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All-MWC Singles Team (2008, 2009)
2008-09 (SENIOR): Boasted the second-most wins of the year with an overall singles record of 26-14, including a 15-10 clip from the No. 1 and 2 positions... enjoyed success from both spots, going 9-5 from the top position and 6-5 from the second slot... ranked as high as No. 49, finished the season at No. 90... defeated 11 nationally-ranked opponents, highlighted by victories over No. 57 Marta Lesniak of SMU and No. 58 Chisako Sugiyama of Michigan... claimed All-MWC singles honors with a 5-1 record against the league... earned wins in all three matches during the MWC Championships... dominated her opponents during the first and second rounds of the NCAA Regionals in Fayetteville, cruising to a pair of straight-set victories over No. 38 Tulsa and No. 14 Arkansas... ended her singles season on a five-match winning streak... teamed with Anna Sydorska for an overall doubles clip of 25-14, including a 15-9 ledger in the spring... defeated seven ranked opponents... tandem was ranked as high as No. 13, finishing the year at No. 39... duo qualified to their second-straight NCAA Doubles Championships appearance... advanced to the Round of 16 after dismantling Florida's No. 25 tandem of Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina, 7-5, 7-6 (4)... ended their careers at the hands of Clemson's No. 34 pairing of Josipa Bek/Ina Hadziselimovic, 7-6 (5), 6-4... was a Southwest Region Arthur Ashe, Jr. Leadership & Sportsmanship Award recipient... named TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Week and Scholar Athlete of the Month on two occasions each... Three-time MWC Women's Tennis Player of the Week recipient... in the fall, Harkins turned in the second-best singles record for the Frogs, earning an 11-4 clip, including a 4-3 record against ranked opponents... battled her way into the main draw semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... defeated No. 50 Sasha Kulikova of Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invitational and No. 106 Amanda Rales of Virginia at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships... upended No. 45 Vanja Corovic of Texas in the quarterfinals of regionals... enjoyed winning streaks of five and six during the fall schedule... tallied a team-best 10-5 doubles record with partner Anna Sydorska... the senior duo was tabbed No. 9 in the ITA preseason rankings... made her second doubles appearance at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships and advanced into the semifinals for the second-straight year... the pairing topped the No. 12 Texas tandem of Vanja Corovic and Marija Milic to advance to the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championship finals, as well as the Indoor semifinals.
2007-08 (JUNIOR): Posted an overall singles record of 18-10 and a spring record of 15-7 playing at the top three positions... tallied a 7-1 singles mark in conference play... earned All-MWC honors in both singles and doubles play... won 13 of last 15 singles contests during the spring season... defeated two ranked opponents during the 2007-08 season (No. 73 Taka Bertrand and No. 121 Kateryna Yergina)... named the MWC Women's Tennis Player of the Week on three occasions... added a singles victory in the opening round of the NCAA Regionals against Tulsa... posted an overall doubles record of 23-11 and a dual-match mark of 15-7 at the top position... reached as high as No. 11 in the ITA national rankings with partner Anna Sydorska... duo defeated seven ranked opponents on the season... TCU tandem earned bid to NCAA Doubles Championships... duo defeated Georgia Tech's Kristi Miller and Whitney McCray in opening round... went 3-3 overall in singles play during the fall... defeated Zuzana Chmelarova of Baylor and Simone Templeton of Texas Tech in straight sets at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... knocked off No. 73 Taka Bertrand of Vanderbilt by a score of 7-5, 6-1 at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships... earned a preseason singles ranking of No. 61... tallied a 7-3 doubles record with Anna Sydorska... duo won two matches including an upset of Georgia Tech's No. 3 tandem of Kristi Miller and Whitney McCray to advance to the semifinals at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships... won four matches to advance to the championship round at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... Frog duo went 2-2 against nationally ranked opponents... garnered a preseason doubles ranking of No. 14.
2006-07 (JUNIOR): Did not see playing time due to transfer rules.
2005-06 (SOPHOMORE [ILLINOIS]): Top Illini singles player, finishing the season ranked No. 71 by the ITA... Finished the season with a 19-15 overall singles record, and a 17-18 doubles mark... Teamed with Emily Wang to upset the No. 2 tandem of Christian Thompson/Catrina Thompson of Notre Dame, 8-4... Also paired with Wang to take down the then No. 14-ranked pair from Ole Miss, Virginia Tomatis/Ilona Somers 9-8(4)... Garnered a selection as the eighth alternate for the 2006 NCAA singles tournament... Won her first eight Big Ten singles matches, all at the No. 1 position... Went 9-3 in conference singles duals in the top slot, and 9-13 in conference doubles action... During that streak, she handed Northwestern All-American Cristelle Grier her first conference loss in 44 matches... Named to the All-Big Ten team... Garnered Player of the Week honors twice... Upset two ITA top-10 opponents on the season... Finalist for the Dike Eddleman Athlete of the Year award... Voted MVP and Most Improved Player by the Illini women's squad for 2006.
2004-05 (FRESHMAN [ILLINOIS]): Went 1-0 in the No. 1 singles spot... Played the remainder of her matches at No. 2 singles, going 11-9... Had the third highest winning percentage on the team, prevailing in 56 percent of her singles matches... Won 28 of her 38 doubles matches with teammate Brianna Knue en route to an ITA ranking as high as No. 54 in February 2006... Strung together a three-set win over the Midwest Blast VI's highest-ranked singles player, No. 58 Blair DiSesa of Rice, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2... Beat the No. 23- and No. 16-ranked doubles team with partner Knue en route to the ITA Midwest Regional finals... Received recognition as the squad's most improved player... Fighting Illini newcomer of the year finalist.
High School: Prepped at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Palos Verdes, Calif... Coached under the direction of Tom Cox... Four-time member of the national high school All-American team... Won four national USTA junior doubles titles... Los Angeles Times High School Doubles Player of the Year in 2003-04... Played No. 1 doubles all four years at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School... Served as team captain her senior campaign... Led her high school team to a No. 1 ranking in the nation... Selected as a Two-time conference MVP award recipient.
Personal: Macall Harkins is the daughter of Bruce and Terri... One of three children... Has an older brother, Blair, and a younger brother, Skyler... Is seeking a degree in communications... Spent the fall semester interning with various television networks during TCU football games.