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  Brynn Boren
School: University of Tennessee
Year: Senior
Home Town: Laguna Niguel
Home State: California
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Laurel Springs High
Height: 5-9
Birth Date: Thursday, August 01, 1991
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undergraduate Studies
Singles Record: 11-8
Doubles Record: 16-5
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)

Managed a win over No. 58 Britney Sanders of Notre Dame, 6-3, 6-2 (2/3)
Defeated Elizabeth Kilborn (39) of Georgia Tech 6-1, 6-3 during the ITA Kickoff in Lincoln, Neb. (1/27) Took down #67 Kate Turvy of Northwestern 6-2, 6-2 during the UVA Winter Invitational (1/21)

Ousted third-seeded Zoe Scandalis of Southern California 6-1, 6-2 for her second win this fall against a top-10 opponent (11/8)
Defeated Stacey Tan of Stanford 6-1, 2-6,7-5 at the Riviera ITA Women's All-American Championships (10/4)
Advanced to Round of 32 of NCAA Singles Tournament, defeating 9-16 seed and 11th-ranked Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) the highest-ranked win of her career


Partnered with Kata Szekely, UT def. Jennifer Kellner/Chrissie McGarrigan of Notre Dame, 8-2 (2/3)
Rallied to defeat No. 21 Brooke Bolender/Ronit Yurovsky of Michigan, 8-5 (2/1)
Took down Georgia Tech's Kilborn/Anghelescu doubles pair in an 8-4 match at the ITA Kickoff in Lincoln, Neb. (1/27)
Defeated the #10 and #42 doubles teams in the counrty representing Virginia and Northwestern with Kata Szekely at the UVA Winter Invatational (1/21)

Claimed the doubles title with an 8-5 win over Cecil/Dieters of Ohio State (10/28)
Coupled with Kata Szekely, defeated Ashleigh Antal/Marie Casares Vanderbilt 6-0, 6-1 to win the doubles crown at the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regionals (10/22)
Defeated the No. 15 Florida and No. 2 UCLA doubles teams at the Riviera ITA Women's All-American Championships (10/4)
Named to ITA's preseason rankings with partner Kata Szekely the 34th best doubles tandem in Division I

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)

First Team All-SEC selectio
Named the ITA Ohio Valley Region Player To Watch
Posted a 25-13 record, including a 16-7 dual-match record and a 7-2 SEC mark
Finished season as highest-ranked Lady Vol at 31, which was also her preseason ranking. Ranked as high as 25
Also ranked first in the region to close the season
25 wins were second for UT, primarily playing from No. 2 position
Won 12 of last 16 matches, including career-high seven-match winning streak and run of 10 of 11

Advanced to Round of 32 of NCAA Singles Tournament, defeating 9-16 seed and 11th-ranked Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) the highest-ranked win of her career
Owned 8-4 record at No. 2 spot and 6-3 mark at No. 1 position
Recorded eight ranked wins, including five in the Top 50
Helped UT clinch three wins, including over No. 5 Baylor
Six of seven SEC wins came in straight sets and 21 of 25 overall wins have come in straight sets
In the fall, advanced to the title match of the Ohio Valley Regional for the second consecutive year


Finished second on team with 29 wins, including a career-high 15-match winning streak from Nov. 11-Feb. 25
Had a 29-10 overall record and an 18-7 dual-match mark
Primarily played from No. 2 spot
Propelled to No. 2 in national doubles rankings with Sarah Toti (2/16)
Finished season ranked 31 nationally with Toti and second in the region
Ranked as high as second overall during season
Helped UT clinch doubles point a team-best 13 times with three different partners
9-5 against ranked opponents, including 7-2 mark with Toti.
Had 12 wins by at least four points

Had 12 wins by at least four points
Recorded eight ranked wins, including five in the Top 50
Rated No. 28 (with Toti) in the ITA Preseason Doubles Poll and duo went 11-3 in the fall
Reeled off five consecutive wins at the ITA All-American Championships, including victories over four ranked opponents, to advance to the quarterfinals
Blanked No. 5 Kristy Frilling and Shannon Mathews of Notre Dame, 8-0, in highest-ranked win of career
Won three matches to earn spot in the All-American main draw, including clinching match against No. 17 Emina Bektas and Brooke Bolender of Michigan, 8-4
Earned Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic championship, finishing fall slate with three consecutive wins

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Finished ranked 47th in the final ITA singles poll
Led team with 30 singles wins with a 30-11 record
Owned a 15-7 tournament record and a 15-4 dual-match record, including a 5-0 slate as No. 2 in the lineup
Recorded a team-best 7-4 (.636) record against ranked opponents, while her seven wins against ranked foes tied for most on the team
Defeated 17 opponents in straight sets
13-3 in three-set matches, including wins in her first nine

Defeated No. 41-ranked Michaela Kissell (Alabama) at the 2010 USTA/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships
Won career-high six straight matches at the 2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships to advance to the NIIC
Knocked off No. 27-rated Jackie Wu of Vanderbilt in the regional quarterfinals, the highest-ranked opponent she defeated
Also took down three more ranked opponents, headlined by No. 70 Anya Morgina of South Carolina


Finished season ranked 20th in the final ITA doubles poll (with Natalie Pluskota)
Posted a 19-8 mark in doubles, including 10-2 in dual-match play
12 wins came alongside Pluskota
Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships, before falling in three sets to the No. 6-rated tandem of Keri Wong and Josipa Bek of Clemson
Reached quarterfinals of the doubles draw at the USTA/ITA Intercollegiate Indoor Championships

Advanced to the NIIC after winning doubles at the 2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships...Undefeated in SEC contests (4-0)
Took down a pair of top 15 duos along with Pluskota in the midst of a career-best eight straight wins
Defeated No. 15-ranked Rachael White and Allison Falkin, 8-6, of Illinois
Also beat Georgia's 11th-ranked duo of Chelsey Gullickson and Kate Fuller, 8-4, the highest-rated foes among her doubles wins


Ranked as the No. 12 player in the nation as well as a five-star recruit by
Also came in as the fifth-best player in the state of California
Graduated from Lauren Springs High School in May 2009

Led her school to the California Interscholastic Federation Division I championships in 2007 and 2008
Captured the CIF individual doubles title in 2007


Enjoys reading fiction books and writing
Lists her parents as her biggest influence because they have given her positive encouragement and unwavering support
Names Lindsay Davenport as the person she has most modeled her game after

Chose Tennessee because of the people, the cities and the facilities
Has an older sister, Lara Spica-Pascoe
Brynn Renee Boren, daughter of Barry and Jean Boren, was born Aug. 1, 1991 in Mission Viejo, Calif.