|Hometown:||Coto de Caza, CA|
Ended the season ranked No. 71 in the Final ITA Singles Rankings ... Won the deciding singles match in a 4-3 victory over USC in NCAA Semifinals ... Finsihed the year with an 18-14 overall singles record ... Was also 26-12 overall in doubles ... Played primarily at the No. 2 singles position, going 6-9 ... Was also 2-0 at the No. 1 position ... Teamed mostly with Carling Seguso in doubles, going 18-7 overall and 13-4 at the No. 3 position ... Listed at No. 33 in singles and No. 31 in doubles (w/Robin Anderson) in the Preseason ITA Rankings ... Finished the fall with an 8-2 record in singles play ... Advanced to the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles (w/Pamela Montez) at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals ... Won all three of her singles matches at the Mission Hills Tennis Classic.
Ended the season listed at No. 50 in singles and No. 22 in doubles (w/Noelle Hickey) in the Final ITA Rankings ... Also ranked No. 73 with Pamela Montez ... Finished the year with a 19-20 singles record and a 32-9 mark in doubles play ... Served as the team's No. 1 singles player for the entire season, going 12-14 in dual-matches ... Picked up eight wins against nationally ranked opponents ... Highest ranked win of the season came over No. 11 Sona Novakova of Baylor in a dual match on March 10 ... Also posted a win over No. 27 Lindsey Hardenbergh of Virginia in the round of 16 of the NCAA Team Championships ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of singles at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. ... Earned a spot in the 64-player NCAA Singles draw, falling to Notre Dame's Shannon Matthews, 2-6, 6-1, 7-5 in the opening round ... Listed at No. 26 in the Preseason ITA Singles Rankings ... Owned a 3-2 record in fall tournament action ... Participated in the qualifying draw at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships ... Also reached the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals ... Quarterfinalist in doubles (w/Courtney Dolehide) at the Regionals.
2009-10 (at BYU)
Repeated as the BYU Invitational singles champion in the fall ...Also won the doubles title at that tournament with Megan Price ... Made it to the consolation semifinals in singles and doubles final at the Cal Nike Invitational ... Paired with Price to advance to the doubles quarterfinal at the ITA All-American Championships ... Made it to the singles finals in the consolation round, recording wins over the No. 28 and No. 43 players in the country ... Ranked with Price as the No. 29 doubles team in the country ... Made it to the Round of 16 at the ITA Mountain Region Championship in singles ... Advanced to the doubles final at the same tournament but withdrew because of BYU's "No Sunday Play" rule ... Compiled a 13-4 singles record for the fall and an 11-2 doubles record ... Ranked as high as No. 18 in doubles (w/Price) ... Ranked among BYU's top 10 for most singles wins in a season ... Had two eight-match winning streaks ... Was the only BYU player to go undefeated in singles against MWC opponents ... Defeated six ranked opponents in straight sets during the regular season, including No. 37 Kristina Nedeltcheva (UNLV) and No. 42 Pichittra Thongdach (BSU) ... Ended No. 36 nationally and No. 2 in the Mountain Region in doubles (w/Price) ... Invited to participate in the NCAA Singles Championships ... Named to Academic All-MWC team and All-MWC doubles and singles teams ... Chosen as the only MWC representative for the 2010 USTA Summer Collegiate Team.
2008-09 (at BYU)
Began the fall season by capturing the singles title at the BYU Invitational ... Combined with Kristina Doerr to earn a spot in the doubles semifinal at the BYU Invitational ... Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the ITA Central Region Championship ... Led the Cougars at the No. 1 position in singles, compiling a 12-8 record ... Owned a win over Notre Dame's Kelcy Tefft, the No. 45 player in the country ... Ranked as high as No. 91 in singles ... Also ranked as high as No. 60 in doubles (w/Megan Price) and No. 69 (w/Kristina Doerr) ... Partnered with Doerr to earn an 8-3 record ... Earned All-MWC honors in singles and doubles (w/Doerr) ... Named the MWC Freshman of the Year.
Listed as a Blue Chip recruit (No. 8 nationally) according to TennisRecruiting.net ... Prepped at Tesoro High School in Las Flores, Calif. ... League champion ... Played in national tournaments starting at age nine ... Also played in international tournaments starting at age 14 ... Made it to the finals of the ITF Easter Bowl at both the 14s and 16s levels ... Achieved a career-high WTA Tour ranking of No. 773 in November of 2009.
Daughter of Marshall and Cindy Jones ... Sister, Lauren, played tennis for BYU and is currently the head coach at her alma mater ... Father played football at BYU ... Married former BYU volleyball player Alex Da Pron in 2011 ... Admires Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers ... Enjoys shopping and baking in her spare time ... History major.