Breisacher and Pradeep, as well as Bryant and Jorgensen finished strong in the Round of 32
UC Davis women’s tennis will continue their tournament slate through consolation play
UC Davis advances their main draw tournament play after three singles and three doubles match victories
Breisacher and Pradeep won the Flight "B" doubles draw
Breisacher and Pradeep qualify to Flight “B” finals in doubles play, while Green advances to Flight “A” consolation semifinals in singles play
2015-16: Won three of her seven singles matches played during the fall season... Also won three doubles matches out of seven played during fall tournaments... All three doubles victories took place alongside Kamila Kecki... Won three of her first four collegiate doubles matches... freshman season was cut short due to injury.
CARPINTERIA HS '15: Two-sport student-athlete who earned four varsity letters in tennis and soccer... Posted a 238-6 overall record as a member of CHS' tennis team... Earned team and league singles MPV accolades all four years... All-Santa Barbara County first team selection as a freshman, and all-county MVP honors as a sophomore and junior... Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table named Kelsie its Player of the Year during her sophomore and junior years, bestowed its Phil Womble Ethics in Sports Award in 2014 and Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2015... Carpinteria High School captured league titles all four years with Bryant on roster... CHS won back-to-back CIF championships in 2013 and 2014... Advanced to the Round of 16 in the CIF Southern Section singles playoffs... Carpinteria High School's 2015 co-salutatorian graduated as an AP Scholar of Distinction with a 4.5 GPA, earned Academic Excellence in each of her four years on campus and received her school's Areté Award -- presented to one student based on his or her academic, athletics and extracurricular accomplishments... Played the clarinet, or saxophone, as a member of her school's jazz, concert and marching bands.
PERSONAL: Youngest of Laurie and Charles Bryant's three children... Older brothers Cale and Coby each attended, and graduates from SBCC... Both of Kelsie's parents are UC Santa Barbara alums... Most people do not know that she is a vegan... Gabrielle Andrews, Ena Shibihara, Jada Hart and Jessica Failla are the best athletes she has competed against... Helping her high school team win consecutive CIF team titles, and advancing to the Round of 16 in CIF individual play as a senior are he career sports highlights... If she could play another sport at UC Davis, she would choose the women's soccer team... John Wooden is her sports hero... Mahatma Gandhi is her non-sports hero... Interested in pursuing a career as a neurosurgeon... Enjoys cooking, playing with animals and hanging out with her friends in her spare time... Learning a language, traveling around the world and swimming with jellyfish are the top three things on her bucket list... Chose UC Davis for its wonderful coaching staff and positive atmosphere.
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NOTE: Dual records listed above