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  Mai El Kamash
School: Ole Miss
Year: Junior
Home Town: Cairo
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Home Country: Egypt
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Height: 5-2
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 5-8
Doubles Record: 3-8

Posted an 11-5 record in singles, 7-4 in doubles ... Won the doubles title at the CCLR Invitational with Arianne Hartono, defeating the No. 2 seed from the University of Houston and 59th ranked and top seeded duo of Arkansas 8-6 in the final ... Advanced to the qualifying tournament at the Riviera ITA All American Championships ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll.

2013-14 (SOPHOMORE)
Helped lead the Rebels to their sixth straight and 17th overall NCAA appearance ... Finished second on the team with an overall record of 26-15 in singles, 14-7 in dual matches... Had an eight-match win streak during the season ... Won at No. 3 singles to help the Rebels shut out Missouri ... Rallied to win at No. 4 singles to help the Rebels defeat No. 24 Kentucky ... Won in straight sets at No. 4 singles to help the Rebels drop LSU and sweep the weekend after a win over Arkansas ... Clinched the win over VCU ... Picked up a win at No. 4 singles to help the Rebels close out Mississippi State for their 25th straight victory over the Bulldogs ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters. SPRING 2013 (FRESHMAN)
Helped lead the Rebels to their fifth straight and 16th overall NCAA appearance ...Ended the year ranked No. 123 in the nation in singles ... Ended the year ranked No. 7 in singles in the ITA Southern Region Rankings ... Posted a 16-11 overall singles record, 13-11 in dual matches ... Finished 6-6 at No. 2 singles and 5-4 at No. 3 singles ... Clinched the win over Washington ... Defeated 31st-ranked Alexa Guarachi in straight sets ... Won both doubles and singles to help the Rebels to a 4-3 win at Kentucky ... Won in straight sets to help the Rebels to a 5-2 win at No. 19 Vanderbilt ... Defeated Mississippi State's Naomi Tran to set up her teammate's match-clinching win, which gave the Rebels their 24th straight victory in the series ... Kept the Rebels alive against South Carolina in the first round of the SEC Championship with a straight set win at No. 4 singles ... Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll.

Achieved a career-high ITF Junior World Ranking of No. 63 ... Owns a career-best ranking of 920 in singles and 1209 in doubles in the WTA Rankings ... Has played in the French Open and Wimbledon Junior Championships and this past year represented Egypt in the Federation Cup ... Finished runner-up in the African Women's Cup of Nations in 2012 and won the Arabian Junior Championships in 2011.

Daughter of Sayed Mahmoud and Hala Mohamed Ahmed ... Born October 9, 1994 ... Majoring in Civil Engineering ... Enjoys reading, listening to music and watching movies ... Athlete most admired and favorite tennis player is Roger Federer.