McMorrow Gets Home Cooking At Pac-10s
Freshman Kyle McMorrow has posted a team-best 17-5 dual record this season with all but one match coming at the No. 2 singles spot, no easy task for a rookie in the Pac-10 Conference. But McMorrow was accustomed to success in a fantastic prep career, much of which was based around Ojai, California, where McMorrow and the rest of the Huskies are residing this week for the Pac-10 Championships.
A native of Thousand Oaks, which is less than an hour away from Ojai in Venutra Country, McMorrow grew up competing in the junior tourney and watching the Pac-10 matches. More than that, his grandfather was a former president of the tourney and his family still lives in the area.
The Ventura County Star talked to McMorrow and head coach Matt Anger as part of its Pac-10 tourney preview. Here is an excerpt:
"The Washington players always receive housing during The Ojai, and McMorrow's hosts were an easy call.
He plans to bunk with mom and dad.
"I haven't been home in a while, so I am looking forward to spending time with my parents and sleeping in my own bed," McMorrow said."
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