||University of Alabama
||Brookwood High School
||Tuesday, August 15, 1989
Campbell/ITA Doubles Ranking (with Alexa Guarachi): 39
Picked up a singles win at the Duke Fab Four Invite en route to winning her doubles flight with partner Taylor Lindsey ... won her singles draw at the Furman Fall Classic ... advanced to the quarterfinals of singles at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional and advanced to the finals of doubles at the event with senior partner Taylor Lindsey ... won her singles and doubles draws, with partner Antonia Foehse, at the Memphis Collegiate Invitational.
Capital One Academic All-America Second Team ... SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... All-SEC Second Team selection ... Capital One Academic All-District Women's At-Large Team member ... two-time SEC Player of the Week (Feb. 9 and March 30) ... advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second consecutive season with Alexa Guarachi ... collected 29 doubles wins with Guarachi this season to break the Alabama single-season victory mark previously set in 1993 ... ranked as high as No. 72 in singles and No. 2 in doubles ... collected two wins at the SEC Fall Coaches' Classic, including knocking off Florida's Alex Cercone ... competed in the ITA/Riviera Women's All-American Championships singles qualifying draw ... reached the Round of 16 at the Southern Regional Championships ... teamed up with Alexa Guarachi to win the top doubles flight of the SEC Fall Coaches' Classic ... collected two wins over ranked teams in that tournament, defeating No. 14 Nadja Gilchrist and Maho Kowase of Georgia 8-4 and No. 15 Kristi Boxx and Abby Guthrie of Mississippi 8-3 ... competed in the Riviera Women's All-American Championships doubles main draw ... combined with Guarachi to win the Southern Regional Championships doubles title, taking down Boxx and Guthrie 8-6 in the championship match ... the duo reached the semifinals at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships, picking up an 8-4 win over No. 37 Victoria Brook and Lindsay Clark of Yale in the quarterfinals.
Named to the All-SEC Second Team ... qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championships with partner Alexa Guarachi ... ranked as high as No. 61 in the national singles rankings ... ranked No. 16 in the national doubles rankings with partner Alexa Guarachi ... ranked No. 4 in singles and No. 2 in doubles in the Southern Region in the March 4 poll ... collected 18 singles wins on the season, with 12 coming in dual matches ... posted a 6-5 record against SEC competition in singles ... went 6-1 at the No. 2 singles position ... defeated three nationally-ranked and seven regionally-ranked foes ... finished the season with a 25-8 record in doubles, going 16-5 in dual contests ... teamed up with Guarachi to post a 7-3 record against SEC competition ... the pair took down five nationally-ranked duos and finished the season on a seven-match winning streak ... compiled a 16-5 record at the No. 1 doubles spot.
Finished the season with 20 wins in singles and 18 wins in doubles ... concluded the fall season by winning all three of her matches at the Northwestern Invitational ... teamed up with Welcher to defeat Murray and Robison of Northwestern, who were ranked No. 26 nationally at the time ... played all of her singles matches at the No. 2 position ... picked up eight singles wins over ranked teams and four over nationally ranked players in the spring ... all but one of her singles victories during the spring were in straight sets ... ranked as high as No. 82 nationally in singles ... played all but one of her doubles matches in the spring at the No.1 position ... won her first seven doubles matches of the spring season ... ranked as high as No. 38 in doubles with Welcher ... notched two wins over ranked duos at the No. 1 doubles position with Welcher.
Four-year letter winner in tennis ... went undefeated in high school tennis competition ... Brookwood High School was four-time region champions and two-time state runner-up ... three-time Gwinnett Daily Post Female Tennis Player of the Year ... two-time Atlanta Journal Constitution Female Tennis Player of the Year ... ranked as high as No. 1 in Georgia, No. 5 in the South, and No. 46 in the nation in USTA G18s ... No. 19 in the Class of 2008 by Tennisrecuiting.net ... 2007 Peach State Champion ... Georgia Qualifying Singles and Doubles Champion ... Southern Open Champion ... Junior Fed Cup/Davis Cup for Georgia ... member of the Junior Fed Cup for the Southeast ... was also a four-year starting point guard at Brookwood ... holds 12 school records in basketball and is one of six members of the 1,000 point club ... graduated with honors ... earned a 3.96 GPA putting her in the top 4 percent of her class ... received the Bronco Award given to the runner-up for best all-around student ... "Top Student" awards in Advanced Placement Government and Latin IV ... member of the National Latin Honors Society.
Born August 15, 1989 ... parents are Ben and Angie McLane ... has two younger brothers, Ben and Joey ... completed her undergraduate degree in three years with a major in management and is currently pursuing her master's degree in marketing.