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ATA College Prep alum Maggie O'Meara earned All-Mountain West honors for her doubles play this season alongside partner McKenzie Davis. O'Meara earned all-conference honors, an award voted on by the coaches throughout the conference, in her Freshman season. Photo Credit: Utah State Women's Tennis Facebook Page The duo logged a 15-4 record so far this season, and looks to add to that record in the second round of the Mountain West Women's Tennis Championships on Friday against San Jose State. Congratulations, Maggie, and good luck this weekend!
ATA CEO Jack Newman was part of a USTA focus group with outgoing player development head Patrick McEnroe as well as director of men's tennis Jay Berger. In addition, representatives from the USTA Texas Section and five other coaches from Texas participated in the discussions about TEAM USA tennis, the USTA player development plan to develop US tennis champions. Newman and McEnroe pose for a picture.
The ATA community will celebrate five seniors this week, as each signs letters of intent to pursue their academic and athletic careers at the universities of their choice. On Monday, Elena Seifert will commit to attend Claremont McKenna College in California. “What set CMC apart from the other colleges I applied to was the small college feel within the 5 college consortium in Claremont. With Pomona, Scripps, Pitzer, and Harvey Mudd just across the street, there is an infinite amount of resources available to all students. The Cali sun, the 7 different (and amazingly good) dining halls, and being close to my brother Oliver were just a little ...