Record 104 CSU student-athletes earn recognition during spring semester
Atlanta, Ga., native earns second career all-MW honors
CSU to take on Air Force in opening round
CSU turns attention to Mountain West Championships
The Rams play Sunday vs. South Dakota
Photos from Colorado State's tennis match against South Dakota on Senior Day (photos by Dan Byers)
Junior (2013-14): Just like her sophomore season, competed at the Rams No. 1 singles and doubles spots...compiled a singles record of 5-12 while battling through injuries...finished with six doubles victories...earned academic All-Mountain West and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award, the highest academic bestowed by the conference, for the second consecutive season.
Sophomore (2012-13): Competed in the No. 1 and 2 singles position for the Rams...Compiled a singles record of 15-17, tied for the second most wins on the team...Finished the season with a doubles record of 7-12, while competing at the No. 1, 2 and 3 positions...Earned academic All-Mountain West honors and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award, the highest academic honor bestowed by the conference.
Freshman (2011-12): Made her CSU debut as a first-year player playing at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions...Led the Rams in victories, tallying a 21-10 victory in singles...Played with four partners in doubles at the Nos. 1 and 2 positions...Compiled a doubles record of 3-5...Honored with Mountain West all-conference award...Earned academic all-conference award...Earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award.
Pre-collegiate: Played USTA Southern and National tournaments... Was a five-star recruit in 2010... Ranked as high as 67 in the nation according to Tennis Recruiting... Won Southern Winter Close... Ranked No. 5 in Georgia and held a 46-22 record... Ranked No. 80 in the country... Ranked No. 14 from the highly regarded Southern region in 2010.
Personal: Born June 14, 1993... Homeschooled throughout high school... Parents are Jane and Thomas Heffron... One sister, Christina Heffron and two brothers, Paul Heffron and Michael Heffron... Major is undecided... Favorite food is donuts.
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