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University of the Ozarks 2018 Women's Tennis Media Guide

Head Coach Jeff Kutac

  • First season at Ozarks (2017-2018)
  • Head Women's Coaching Experience: Kennesaw State University (2011-2015)
  • Head Men's Coaching Experience: Monmouth University (2004-2006), Florida Southern College (2002-2004), DePaul University (2001-2002) and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (1999-2000)
  • At Kennesaw State, coached eight ITA Scholar-Athletes, three A-Sun All-Academic Team members, eight First Team All-Conference players and three Second Team All-Conference players
  • In his first season at Kennesaw, posted an 18-6 overall record and a 7-3 conference mark
  • Coached the conference's Freshman of the Year and conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year at Kennesaw State
  • At TCU, helped the program to a Mountain West Conference championship and helped program to a final national ranking of No. 34
  • Guided DePaul to a national ranking
  • Coached four All-Americans at Florida Southern
  • Assisted Georgia Tech to a national ranking of No. 28
  • At Clemson, helped program win the NCAA Southeast Regional and advance to the Sweet 16
  • Coached four All-Americans at Clemson
  • Helped Kenyon to a national ranking

Assistant Coach Whitney Lewis

  • Assistant Coach at Ozarks (2016-2017, 2017-2018)
  • Assisted both the women's and men's program to the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament (2017)
  • Coached a combined four players on the American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team
  • During her tenure as assistant coach, has had a combined four players on the All-Conference Team

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Women's Team

  • Alexandria Corona
  • Imani Doyle
  • Kirsten Endicott
  • Karlee Hart
  • Alexis Rogers
  • Vaughnte Rolle
  • McKenna Wade
  • Tori Woods

Junior

Imani Doyle

  • Height: 5-6
  • Year: Junior
  • Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
  • High School: North Crowley HS
  • 2017: Played No. 3 singles most of the season. Took a 6-0, 6-4 win over Iva Santa Maria from Louisiana College. Posted a 6-1, 6-1 win over Halen Sumner from Centenary. Played No. 2 doubles in all but one match. Won four doubles matches. Posted back-to-back doubles wins in April.
  • North Crowley HS: Helped team win District during sophomore year.

Sophomores

Kirsten Endicott

  • Height: 5-3
  • Year: Sophomore
  • Hometown: Rogers, Ark.
  • High School: Heritage HS
  • 2017: Posted a 6-3, 6-1 win over Centenary. Came back for a 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 conference win over Louisiana College. Also had a 8-4 doubles win over Louisiana College.

Karlee Hart

  • Height: 5-7
  • Year: Sophomore
  • Hometown: Van Buren, Arkansas
  • High School: Van Buren HS
  • 2017: Posted six singles wins at the No. 1 position. Won four of five matches during a stretch in March. Had an 8-0 doubles win against Louisiana College.
  • Van Buren HS: Achieved All-Conference her sophomore, junior and senior year. Named State Qualifier three straight years. Honored with JTT State Champion.

Newcomers

Alexandria Corona

  • Height: 5-3
  • Year: Freshman
  • Hometown: Willis, Texas
  • High School: Willis HS
  • Willis HS: Placed 2nd in District Championship and named Honorable Mention in singles and doubles. She also was chosen as captain during her senior year and appointed No. 1 in team lineup for junior and senior years.

Alexis Rogers

  • Height: 5-5
  • Year: Freshman
  • Hometown: Conway, Arkansas
  • High School: Conway West HS
  • Conway West HS: Named No. 1 for singles (2013-2015) and doubles (2016) on team lineup. Also, she was named All-Conference in 2016, and won 7A Doubles.

Vaughnete Rolle

  • Height: 5-7
  • Year: Freshman
  • Hometown: Nassau, Bahamas

McKenna Wade

  • Height: 5-4
  • Year: Freshman
  • Hometown: Atkins, Arkansas
  • High School: Home School
  • Played on varsity lineup at Pottsville High School.

Tori Woods

  • Height: 5-2
  • Year: Freshman
  • Hometown: Country Club Hills, Illinois
  • High School: Hillcrest HS
  • Hillcrest HS: MVP three consecutive years. Placed 2nd in conference, and named team captain.

2017 Stats and Results

Program Records

NCAA Division III

The college experience is a time of learning and growth — a chance to follow passions and develop potential. For student-athletes in Division III, all of this happens most importantly in the classroom and through earning an academic degree. The Division III experience provides for passionate participation in a competitive athletic environment, in which student-athletes push themselves to excellence and build upon their academic success with new challenges and life skills. And student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their full passions and find their potential through a comprehensive educational experience.

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2018 Schedule

  • FEBRUARY
  • 9 vs Sul Ross State (Austin, Texas)
  • 10 vs Concordia (Austin, Texas)
  • 10 vs Howard Payne (Austin, Texas)
  • 11 vs Texas Lutheran (Austin, Texas)
  • 17 vs John Brown (Conway, Ark.)
  • 17 at Hendrix
  • MARCH
  • 2 vs Schreiner
  • 9 at Texas Wesleyan University
  • 14 vs Ark.-Fort Smith
  • 30 at Ark.-Pine Bluff
  • APRIL
  • 6 at Texas-Tyler
  • 7 at LeTourneau
  • 14 vs Louisiana College (Senior Day)
  • 20 at East Texas Baptist
  • 21 at Belhaven
  • 26-28 at ASC Championship Tournament

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