Dec. 7, 2011
DAVIS, Calif. - Tiffany Pham, a standout player from Laguna Creek High School, has signed a National Letter of Intent with UC Davis and will join the women's tennis team next fall, it was announced by head coach Bill Maze.
Pham, a 5-foot-3 native of Elk Grove, helped Laguna Creek HS to a second place finish in the Delta Valley Conference of the San-Joaquin Section in 2010. She was named the League MVP in all four years of high school and had the top individual ranking each season. Pham also earned League MVP honors in the Delta Valley Conference in 2011.
"We are very excited that Tiffany Pham has chosen to attend UC Davis in the fall of 2012," said head coach Bill Maze. "She has a very strong work ethic both on and off the court as well as excellent leadership skills. We are looking forward to welcoming her to campus next September."
Pham has been just as successful in the classroom while at Laguna Creek. She currently holds a 4.5 GPA and ranks eighth out of 440 students in her class. Before playing tennis, Pham also participated in gymnastics and competitive swimming.
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