UC Davis SAAC officers host annual benefit for Team Davis
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
Wolf Pack visits Marya Welch Tennis Center before UC Davis hosts final two league matches of the season
2014-15: BIG WEST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (1/28)... Posted an 11-19 overall singles record and 8-14 mark in dual matches... Finished 9-15 overall and 7-10 in doubles dual competition... Half of her dual wins took place at position No. 3... Three of her other four took place at No. 4... One win was collected at No. 2... Entered her inaugural appearance at the conference's year-end tournament with singles victories in five of her last seven matches... Collected all seven doubles triumphs alongside Tiffany Pham... Green and Pham won three matches at No. 2 and both played at No. 3... The pair ended the season with doubles victories in five of their last seven matches... Won four doubles matches in a row entering the Aggies' quarterfinal matchup against UCSB at the Big West Women's Tennis Championships... Won her first-ever singles match as an Aggie in three sets, at Portland State (1/24)... That contest featured two tiebreakers before Green pulled away in the third set... Also recorded her first individual sweep that day against the Vikings... By collecting her first singles and doubles victory as an Aggie, and finishing her weekend in Oregon (also played at Portland on 1/25) with an undefeated singles record, Green was named Big West Women's Tennis Player of the Week as announced by the conference office on Jan. 28... Swept, and shutout UC Riverside's Caroline Hall to collect her first Big West singles win.
WAIMEA HS '14: Earned three varsity girls' tennis, four cross country, two track & field and swimming letters... Kauai Interscholastic Federation All-Star and KIF Sportsmanship recipient as a girls' tennis student-athlete... Represented WHS as one of its top-five runners all five seasons... Her swimming teammates voted her team captain in her senior season... Qualified for her state's track and field championship in the 400m dash and 4x400m relay... Scholastic National Merit qualifier in 2012... Elected president of her school's National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Yuka and Jerry Green... Wildlife, fish & conservation biology major... Not many people know that she enjoys baking cookies and other dessert items... Career sports highlight includes winning the G16 singles regional in Fort Collins, Colorado... If she could choose another sport to play at UC Davis, she would join the swimming and diving team... Chose to attend UC Davis because of the beautiful campus, excellent academics and amazing tennis team... Enjoys watching all of the Harry Potter movies... Andrew Garfield is her non-sports hero... Plans to earn a PhD in wildlife biology and travel the world while studying/conducting research.
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NOTE: Dual records listed above