Casey Powers
Casey Powers


Dallas, Texas

High School:
Highland Park High School




Went 0-2 in singles and 0-1 in doubles in fall tournament action... fell in Round of 128 singles play at the ITA South Central Regional... along with teammate Kelubia Mabatah, was forced to withdraw from opening-round doubles play at the regional.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN)
Posted an overall singles record of 15-6 and a dual mark of 10-4 at the bottom two positions... provided a crucial win against New Mexico as TCU captured a share of the MWC regular season title... also provided a straight-sets win against the Lobos to help lead the Frogs to the MWC Tournament Championship... recorded a 5-2 overall singles mark during the fall season... won four matches to advance to the semifinals at the season-opening Baylor Intercollegiate... defeated Jeremy Reed of Texas Tech in the opening round of the Wilson/ITA South Central Regional Championships... went 0-1 in doubles play with Adrian Simon.

Helped lead Highland Park to four state championships... captured the state doubles title in 2006... advanced to the state singles championship in 2007... named the Dallas Morning News Player of the Year in 2007... four-time all-area first team selection (2003-2006)... earned all-area singles recognition in 2004 and all-area doubles honors in 2006... ranked No. 1 in the USTA Texas Section and reached as high as No. 33 in the USTA national rankings in 2003... claimed the USTA City Championship in 2003, as well as the USTA National Open in singles and doubles in 2003... two-time recipient of the USTA Texas Section National Excellence Award (2004, 2006)... earned the Highland Park High School Academic Achievement Award in 2005... named the Cornerstone Scholar Athlete in 2007... also received the National French Award in 2005.

Casey Powers is the son of Mike and Salle Powers... has three sisters, Ellen, Brooke and Natasha.


Singles Doubles
Season Dual Overall Dual Overall
2007-08 10-4 15-6 2-2 2-3
Fall 2008 -- 0-2 -- 0-1
Totals 10-4 15-8 2-2 2-4

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