McMorrow Earns Career-High Final Ranking
June 6, 2012
» Final ITA Rankings
SEATTLE - Kyle McMorrow wrapped up his season with a second All-Pac-12 First Team appearance and a second NCAA Singles bid, and today the Intercollegiate Tennis Association ranked the junior 28th in its final national singles poll. He's the sixth different Husky to play for Head Coach Matt Anger and finish ranked in the top-30 in singles.
As a team, the Huskies finished ranked 28th in the final poll, after advancing to the second round of the NCAA Championships, their 18th-straight tourney bid.
The ITA also released its final individual rankings for the Northwest Region, with McMorrow ranking second behind Stanford senior Bradley Klahn. Also ranked was junior Marton Bots, who had a red hot finish to the season, winning his last six matches including a couple wins over top-75 players. Bots is ranked 12th in the final regional poll, and freshman Emmett Egger checked in right behind Bots at 14th. McMorrow and Bots ranked seventh as a doubles team, despite their limited time playing together.