Kristy Jorgensen Completes Incoming Class

Menlo School's Kristy Jorgensen is the latest four-star talent to commit to UC Davis women's tennis.
 
Menlo School's Kristy Jorgensen is the latest four-star talent to commit to UC Davis women's tennis.
 

Dec. 4, 2013

DAVIS, Calif. – Kristy Jorgensen has signed a National Letter of Intent with UC Davis women’s tennis as announced by Aggie head coach Bill Maze. Jorgensen joins Lani-Rae Green and Jessie Lee as the newest members of the program, all three will begin competing for the Aggies next fall.

Ranked No. 17 in the state by Tennis Recruiting Network, Jorgensen’s talent has helped Menlo School strengthen its reputation as a Central Coast Section powerhouse throughout her tenure with the varsity team. Throughout her two-plus seasons with the Knights, Jorgensen helped Menlo extend its win streak over other league teams–the Knights' streak currently sits at 208 matches–and strengthen its position as the Western Bay Athletic League's most dominant program.

Menlo has captured the last 19 straight girls' tennis championships. 

Throughout the calendar year, Jorgensen compiled a 19-9 record against various three- and four-star recruits in singles competition.

This past summer, Jorgensen and her doubles partner, A.J. Gomer of Laguna Niguel, advanced to the doubles final of the USTA Regionals before narrowly falling to the event’s No. 1 seed.

Named to San Mateo’s All-County first team in 2010, she also received all-West Bay Athletic League first team and Most Valuable Athlete honors while competing for the Knights.