Despite loss Messick pleased with Rams' performance
Made her collegiate debut at the No. 2 doubles position, earning a 8-6 victory against in-state rival Colorado.
Recorded her singles debut for the green and gold on Feb. 24 vs. Montana.
Played at the No. 4, 5 and 6 singles positions and won four matches.
Compiled a team best 8-11 record while competing at the No. 2 and 3 doubles positions.
Earned academic All-Mountain West honors.
Four-star recruit...Was the state high school 6A doubles champion three times (the high school record for the state of Kansas)...Member of state high school champion teams in 2008 and 2011...Ranked as high as No. 155 in USTA national rankings with her highest rankings at No. 2 in Kansas and No. 4 in the Missouri Valley Section...Member of the National Honor Society...Earned the Leadership Award in 2010...Team captain for two years.
Born September 30, 1993 in Prairie Village, Kan...Parents are William (Chip) and Tracy...Has two brothers, Barrett (16) and Hunter (10) and two sisters, Bridget (21) and Gretchen (13)...Mom, Tracy played tennis at Johnson County Community College...Majoring in Apparel Design.