Women's Tennis History & Records

June 29, 2015



  GEORGIA TECH WOMEN'S TENNIS HISTORY & RECORDS
PROGRAM HISTORY & RECORDS     POSTSEASON HISTORY
2007 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS     1979 AIAW Region III Championship
Conference Titles (4)     1980 AIAW Region III Championship
 All-Americans     2000 NCAA Second Round
All-Conference     2001 NCAA First Round
#ProJackets      2002 NCAA Second Round
 All-Time Letterwinners     2003 NCAA Second Round
 ALL-AMERICA HISTORY     2004 NCAA Second Round
 Kristi Miller (6x All-American)     2005 NCAA Sweet 16
 Lindsay Shosho      2006 NCAA Sweet 16
 Whitney McCray      2007 NCAA Championship
 Amanda McDowell     2008 NCAA Elite Eight
 Irina Falconi (2x All-American)     2009 NCAA Sweet 16
 Jillian O'Neill      2010 NCAA Second Round
 Megan Kurey     2011 NCAA Sweet 16
 Kendal Woodard      2012 NCAA Sweet 16
    2013 NCAA Second Round
    2014 NCAA Second Round
    2015 NCAA Second Round

Georgia Tech Women's Tennis History
The Georgia Tech women's tennis team made school history in 2007, winning the school's first national title, defeating UCLA (4-2) in the championship finals. Georgia Tech also boasts two ITA National Indoor Team championship titles (2007 and 2008) and has won four ACC Championships in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. The Yellow Jackets have made 16 consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, beginning in 2000. During its 40 year history, eight Yellow Jackets have earned All-America Distinction 14 times, highlighted by six-time All-American Kristi Miller.  In 2008, Amanda McDowell was the NCAA Individual Singles Champion and Megan Kurey and Kendal Woodard took home the ITA National Indoor Doubles title in 2013. Twenty-one Yellow Jackets have been garnered All-ACC honors 34 times.

Current head coach Rodney Harmon took over the reins in 2012 and has gone 46-30 over the past three seasons in match play. Assistant coach Christy Lynch, formerly Christy Striplin, joined the staff in the fall of 2014.  Lynch played for the Yellow Jackets from 2005-09 and aided the Jackets in winning the 2007 national title.