ALL-AMERICAN 2015 ITA NATIONAL MOST IMPROVED PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015 ITA SOUTHERN REGION SENIOR OF THE YEAR ALL-SEC SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL CHANCELLOR'S HONOR ROLL
2014-15 (SENIOR) Helped lead the Rebels to their seventh consecutive NCAA appearance ... Helped the Rebels finish the season ranked No. 24 ... Posted a final ranking of No. 12 in the nation in singles and No. 64 in doubles ... Seeded 9-16 in the NCAA Singles Championship ... Became 11th All-American in program history ... Earned All-SEC first team honors ... ITA National Most Improved Player of the Year ... ITA Southern Region Senior of the Year ... Became the seventh player in program history to record 100 wins in her career ... Posted a 30-11 overall record, 19-7 at No. 1 singles ... Finished 8-4 in the SEC ... 10-7 in doubles with Natalie Suk ... USTA/ITA Southern Regional Singles Champion, defeating the Nos. 36, 42 and 61 ranked players to begin the year 6-0; fourth singles finalist in the last five years for the Rebels, and the fourth player in school history to win ... Defeated the nation's No. 6 ranked player from Georgia in the Ole Miss Invitational ... Competed in the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships and went 2-2 , including defeating the No. 50 ranked player in the nation and the No. 1 ranked player in Division II ... Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's Honor Roll both semesters.
2013-14 (JUNIOR) Helped lead the Rebels to their sixth straight and 17th overall NCAA appearance ... Ended the year ranked No. 100 in the nation and No. 8 in the Southern Region... Earned All-SEC honors for the second time in her career ... Led the Rebels with an overall record of 27-11, 16-7 in dual matches... Posted a 15-6 doubles record with freshman Zalina Khairudinova ... Went 5-3 at No. 2 singles and 11-4 at No. 3 singles ... Went 8-5 in the SEC in singles, 7-3 in doubles ... Clinched NCAA first round win against Texas Tech ... Helped secure a 25th straight win over rival Mississippi State ... Won her No. 3 doubles and singles matches to help the Rebels top Tennessee... Won at No. 2 singles to clinch the shutout over Missouri ... Defeated No. 23 ranked Alex Cercone (Florida) in straight sets for the biggest win in her career ... Won her 70th career match in the win over UAPB ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE) Helped lead the Rebels to their fifth straight and 16th overall NCAA appearance ... Ended the year ranked No. 12 in the ITA Southern Region Rankings ... Posted a 24-15 overall record, 15-8 in dual matches ... Went 7-5 at No. 2 singles and 6-2 at No. 3 singles ... Rallied from a set down to clinch a 4-3 win over Kentucky on the road ... Won her match at No. 2 singles to help the Rebels upset then No. 13 Vanderbilt 5-2 on the road ... Clinched the win over Missouri ... Won a big match at No. 2 singles to set up her teammate's match-clinching victory against South Carolina in the SEC Tournament ... Clinched the win over Illinois ... Reached the semifinals of the ITA Southern Regional Championships in the fall ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Named to SEC All-Freshman Team ... Helped lead the Rebels to their fourth straight NCAA appearance and a host site for the first and second rounds for the first time since 1999 ... Helped lead the Rebels to a top-four SEC overall finish for the second time in three years and the SEC Tournament Semifinals for the third time in four years ... Ended the year ranked No. 10 in the Southern Region singles rankings ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week Feb. 29 ... Posted a 22-15 overall singles record, 12-4 at No. 4 singles ... Went 8-3 in the SEC ... Teamed with Iris Verboven for a 7-7 overall doubles record, 6-5 at No. 3 singles ... Named ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC First Year Player Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Blue chip recruit ... Ranked as high as No. 6 nationally and No. 1 in Florida ... Won two gold balls and two silver balls in USTA Championships ... Nike Jr. Tour national champion ... Represented U.S. at the Bonne Bell Cup in Australia ... Winner of numerous national opens ... Participated in Junior Fed Cup in 2010.
PERSONAL Daughter of Dennis and Regan Jones ... Born April 3, 1994 ... Graduated from the University of Mississippi with honors in Accountancy ... Favorite tennis player is Roger Federer.
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