ALL-SEC SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL DEAN'S HONOR ROLL
2013-14 (JUNIOR) Helped lead the Rebels to their sixth straight and 17th overall NCAA appearance ... Finished the year with an overall singles record of 16-12, 12-6 in dual matches ... Went 7-4 in the SEC ... Ended the year on an 11-match winning streak ... Helped secure the NCAA first round victory over Texas Tech with her 11th straight win ... Helped the Rebels to their sixth straight win against 24th-ranked Kentucky... Picked up a straight set win to give the Rebels their 25th straight victory over Mississippi State... Clinched the victory over LSU... Earned ITA Scholar-Athlete honors ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE) Helped lead the Rebels to their fifth straight and 16th overall NCAA appearance ... Ended the year ranked No. 16 in singles and No. 5 in doubles in the ITA Southern Region Rankings ... Posted an 18-14 overall record, 13-7 in dual matches ... Went 8-5 at No. 4 singles ... Finished 7-2 in the SEC ... Went 5-3 in doubles with Iris Verboven ... Won both her singles and doubles matches against Kentucky to help the Rebels to a 4-3 win over the Wildcats on the road ... Defeated then No. 74 ranked Georgina Sellyn to help lead the Rebels to a 5-2 win at Vanderbilt ... Won both her singles and doubles matches to lead the Rebels to a 4-2 win over LSU including the clinching victory ... Won a big match at No. 3 singles to help the Rebels defeat South Carolina 4-3 in the first round of the SEC Championship ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll both semesters.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Earned All-SEC second team honors ... Made the SEC All-Freshman Team ... Ranked No. 9 in the Southern Region in singles and No. 6 in doubles ... 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 team to a top-four SEC overall finish for the second time in three years as well as the SEC Tournament Semifinals for the third time in four years ... Named SEC Player of the Week twice ... Posted an 18-23 overall record, 8-12 at No. 3 singles ... Went 6-5 in the SEC as a freshman ... Teamed with Gabby Rangel for a 24-15 overall record, 16-10 at No. 2 doubles ... Named to the SEC First Year Player Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Five-star recruit ... Ranked as high as No. 9 in the nation ... Ranked as high as No. 22 in the country for the class of 2011 ... Represented the United States in the Junior Federation Cup against Australia.
PERSONAL Born May 6, 1993 ... Daughter of Phillis and Glenn Stephens ... Majoring in Business Management or Exercise Science ... Enjoys the beach, paddle boarding, fishing, music and shopping ... Athlete most admired is Bethany Hamilton ... Favorite tennis player is Caroline Wozniacki ... Uncle Chris Petty played tennis for South Alabama ... Brother Eric Stephens played tennis for Samford University ... Favorite sports movie is the "Miracle."
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