Honors2016SoCon Honor Roll
Competed in 36 matches, earning a 10-10 singles record… Competed at No. 3 (4-4) and No. 4 (6-6)… Partnered with Jamie Grinberg for eight matches (4-4), and Yasmin Franco (2-4) throughout the season… Earned three-straight victories over East Carolina’s Maria Storozheva (Feb. 11), Richmond’s Kelsey Williams (Feb. 20), and Gardner-Webb’s Sandra Bolstad (Feb. 21)… Won back-to-back Southern Conference matches with Shannon Bettiol of Western Carolina (Mar. 4) and Rachele Gazzola of Chattanooga (Mar. 5)… Earned a third-straight victory defeating Fairfield’s Meghan Zimmer (Mar. 8)… Earned her third SoCon victory over Roxy Bartz of Mercer (Mar. 25)… Earned back-to-back victories over Wofford’s Kalli Karas (Apr. 10), and Charlotte’s Sierra Stone (Apr. 15)… Won four-straight doubles matches when partnered with Jamie Grinberg (Feb. 27-Mar. 8)… Defeated USC Upstate’s Anna Nemeth and Ruby Kubac (Feb. 27), Western Carolina’s Alexa Webb and Elizabeth Ansari (Mar. 4), Chattanooga’s Sydney Patton and McKenzie Barco (Mar. 5), and Fairfield’s Karen McKeough and Meghan Zimmer (Mar. 8)… Defeated Furman’s pair of Harper Caswell and Karlee Bryde with partner Yasmin Franco (Apr. 2)… Defeated Taylor Carlson and Catherine Martin of Wofford (Apr. 10).
Saw action in 40 total matches holding a 9-7 singles record and a 9-15 mark in doubles ... had a 3-1 spring season record in singles going 1-0 at No. 5 singles and 2-1 at No. 6 singles ... went 6-6 during the fall season and earned a conference win against Furman's Alejandra Gil, 6-2, 6-2 at No. 6 singles ... In doubles, went 4-4 at No. 3 doubles with teammate Soumeya Anane ... also paired with teammates Jamie Grinberg, Amy Ellis, Blaine Boaz and Yasmin Franco.
Was 5-9 overall in singles and had a 1-2 record in dual matches ... picked up her first conference victory at No. 6 singles at Davidson (April 12) ... In doubles, paired with Asha Iyengar, Alisha Burton and Amy Ellis ... had a 1-6 overall record in doubles, earning her only win with Ellis.
won the NCHSAA state 3-A women's tennis tournament after going 4-0, including a straight sets win in the title match against Sarah Jiang of Concord Cox Mill, 6-2, 6-2 ... was a runner-up in the state tournament as a sophomore in 2010 ...was a three-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net and was ranked No. 14 in the state of North Carolina ... had a 4-2 record against other three-star recruits and finished ranked in the top-100 in the Southeast ... also was a four-year MVP.
Masey Brooke DeMoss ... born in October 23, 1994 in Eden, N.C. ... daughter of Dwayne and Christie DeMoss ... is undecided on a major.