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Jones Tabbed All-ACC First Team

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Georgia Tech women’s tennis junior Kenya Jones was tabbed to the 2019 Atlantic Coast Conference all-conference first team as announced by the league on Thursday. The recognition marks the second consecutive for Jones, who earned second team accolades as a sophomore.

“I’m very proud of Kenya for picking up this recognition,” commented head coach Rodney Harmon. “She has worked very hard this season, leading us from the No. 1 singles position, and is very deserving of this honor.”

The Memphis, Tenn., native has led the Yellow Jackets from the No. 1 singles position all season, boasting a 28-11 overall ledger, including a 15-6 dual singles mark and an 11-3 record in ACC play. She went 9-6 in dual singles play against nationally ranked players, including pocketing a pair of victories over top-10 opponents to close the regular season. Jones is currently ranked No. 8 in the country in singles.

In doubles action, Jones went 20-12 overall, 12-7 in dual play and 8-4 against league foes. With fellow classmate and doubles partner Nadia Gizdova, the doubles tandem posted a 6-1 mark, including a 5-1 record in ACC action.

Earlier this season, Jones was tabbed the ACC co-player of the week after going undefeated in a pair of matches that helped Tech to a victory over then-No. 27 Syracuse.

2019 All-ACC Women’s Tennis
Player of the Year: Estela Perez-Somarriba, Miami
Freshman of the Year: Cameron Morra, North Carolina
Coach of the Year: Simon Earnshaw, NC State

FIRST TEAM ALL-ACC
Maria Mateas, Duke
Meible Chi, Duke
Kenya Jones, Georgia Tech
Estela Perez-Somarriba, Miami
Anna Rogers, NC State
Alexa Graham, North Carolina
Makenna Jones, North Carolina
Gabriela Knutson, Syracuse
Meghan Kelley, Virginia

SECOND TEAM ALL-ACC
Marie Leduc, Clemson
Kelly Chen, Duke
Carla Touly, Florida State
Emmanuelle Salas, Florida State
Daevenia Achong, Miami
Alana Smith, NC State
Sara Daavettila, North Carolina
Cameron Moora, North Carolina
Emma Davis, Wake Forest

THIRD TEAM ALL-ACC
Yufei Long, Boston College
Kylie Wilcox, Boston College
Ellyse Hamlin, Duke
Ana Oparenovic, Florida State
Zoe Spence, Notre Dame
Cameron Corse, Notre Dame
Miranda Ramirez, Syracuse
Natalie Novotna, Virginia Tech
Eliza Omirou, Wake Forest

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