UC Davis has 89 honorees in fall, winter and spring combined
Conference announces winter and spring teams
Women’s tennis will face UC Santa Barbara, in Thursday’s quarterfinal round, for the third straight season
Women’s tennis looks to extend four-game win streak in final matches before next week’s league playoffs
Women’s tennis records fourth straight win, and sixth in the last seven matches
2014-15: ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE... ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SINGLES SECOND TEAM... ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE DOUBLES SECOND TEAM... Competed at all six singles positions... Earned three victories at No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, and picked up one win at No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6... In her first season at UC Davis, Jorgensen posted a 13-14 overall singles record and 12-7 mark in dual competition... Finished 18-8 overall and 15-5 in doubles dual action... Won her last four singles matches and ended the season with wins in seven of her last eight... All 15 doubles wins, one of two teams to finish with a team-high total, took place alongside Layla Sanders at the No. 1 position... Earned doubles victories in her last seven straight matches and nine of her last 11... Won her first collegiate singles dual in straight sets at Portland (1/25)... First doubles victory as an Aggie was picked up in her team's season opener vs. Northern Arizona (1/16)... Won five of seven singles matches that needed three sets... One of those straight-set wins took place during UC Davis' epic comeback at Cal State Fullerton (2/14) - a match that saw the Aggies erase a three-point deficit to win, 4-3.
MENLO SCHOOL '14: Attended the Menlo School from 2010-14... Graduated in the spring of '14.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Kathy and Kurt Jorgensen... Kyle, her older brother, attends Emory University and will graduate in 2015... Civil engineering major.
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NOTE: Dual records listed above