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CSU falls to Wyoming, now turns its attention to Mountain West Championship
Rams close regular season vs. Wyoming
Rams to compete in 8-team tournament beginning Friday
Record 104 CSU student-athletes earn recognition during spring semester
CSU Women's Tennis vs. Wyoming on April 23, 2016. At the University Tennis Complex. Photos by Abbie Parr
SENIOR (2015-16): Spent season as manager; did not compete due to injury.
JUNIOR (2014-15): Went 2-5 in duals and won six singles matches overall… Competed at the No. 4, 5 and 6 positions… Went 5-4 in doubles play, including 3-0 with partner Celine Voss… Helped CSU earn one of the biggest wins in school history, against No. 54 New Mexico (April 12), with a doubles win over the Lobos… Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference honors for the third consecutive year.
SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Recorded a team-high-tying six singles victories, including four in duals… Competed at the No. 2, 3 and 4 positions, picking up two victories at No. 2… Played with four different doubles partners, tallying a pair of wins… Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year.
FRESHMAN (2012-13): Made her collegiate debut at the No. 2 doubles position, earning an 8-6 victory against in-state rival Colorado (Feb. 10)... Recorded her singles debut against Montana (Feb. 24)… Played at the No. 4, 5 and 6 singles positions, winning four matches in addition to an 8-4 record in the fall… Compiled a team-best 8-10 record when competing at the No. 2 and 3 doubles positions… Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Is a 2012 graduate of Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, Kan. … Was a four-star recruit... Won three 6A state championships in doubles, a Kansas state record… Helped her team to two state titles (2008 and 2011)… Ranked as high as No. 155 in the USTA national rankings, including No. 2 in Kansas and No. 4 in the Missouri Valley Section… Two-time team captain… Member of the National Honor Society… Earned the 2010 Leadership Award.
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 30, 1993 in Prairie Village, Kan. … Parents are William (Chip) and Tracy Cooper... Has two brothers – Barrett and Hunter – and two sisters – Bridget and Gretchen... Mom played tennis at Johnson County Community College... Graduated in May 2016 with a degree in apparel & merchandising.
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