Aggies participate in a school assembly and presentation in conjunction with Harper for Kids for over 500 students in grades K-6
A face familiar to UC Davis women's tennis returned to the Marya Welch Tennis Center for the 2013-14 season when Sara Jackson stepped onto the court in her new role as the team's assistant coach. A former student-athlete who competed for head coach Bill Maze throughout her final two seasons on campus, Jackson, who returns for her second coaching stint, is in her 13th year as a member of Maze's staff.
In her first season back, the Aggies finished in fourth place, advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Big West Women's Tennis Tournament and earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award for an outstanding Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the seventh consecutive season with a perfect score of 1,000.
Arriving to Davis from American River College, she spent the last four years as the helm of the Beavers' women's tennis program, Jackson will assist with on-court instruction in addition to her administrative duties. Before accepting the top job at ARC, she served as Maze's assistant from 2001-09.
The former Sara Morenc became an Aggie alum in 2001 and was one of only four women in her graduating class to complete the necessary coursework to earn an undergraduate degree in physics.
In 2007, Jackson earned a master's degree in kinesiology from Sacramento State.
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