||Monday, March 23, 1987
Posted a 5-7 singles and 5-3 doubles record this season…Competed at the East Regional Championships in both singles and doubles…Lock advanced to the singles main draw after two victories in the singles qualifying rounds as the fourth seed…Lock fell to Virginia’s Maggie Yahner in the singles main draw first round at the East Regional Championships…Went undefeated at Michigan State’s Spartan Invitational with wins at the No. 6 position against Louisville, Michigan State, and Akron...Had wins at the East Regional Championships against Yale’s Lederhandler and Richmond’s Clark.
Lock posted victories over opponents from Virginia, Old Dominion, Harvard, Boston College, Louisville, and Rice in singles play…Had wins over Penn State, Virginia Tech, and Penn during doubles matches…Lock played the one, two, and three but played mostly at the two in doubles action…Lock was selected as an ITA All-American Scholar Athlete.
Lock with partner Isabell Raich ranked No. 10 in East Region and finished with a 6-2 doubles record…Lock and Raich advanced to the doubles round of 16 at the East Regional Championships before falling to the eight seed from Yale…Lock had doubles wins over Virginia, Penn, Ohio State, South Alabama and Virginia Commonwealth.
Lock played at the Herd’s number five spot but battled through several injuries in the spring, which caused her to miss significant playing time…Lock still picked up excellent victories against Kentucky, Penn, Ohio State, South Alabama, South Carolina, Virginia Commonwealth, and had the deciding win over Rice in the C-USA Tournament…In January, Lock held the No. 94 national ranking…Selected as an ITA All-American Scholar Athlete…Received the C-USA Academic Medal.
Lock finished the fall season with a singles record of 6-7 and 7-4 in doubles competition... Along with doubles partner Karolina Soor, Lock was able to win the back draw at the William and Mary Invitational in the tournament’s Flight B.
Prior to Marshall
Lock attended Millfiled School where she was coached by Rob Hawkins...She was a top-10 player in the Great Britian junior rankings and held a high of No. 947 ranking in the WTA.
She is the daughter of Trina and Andy Lock...She has one brother, Ezra, who is 19 years of age.