McMorrow Commits To Husky Men's Tennis
Nov. 12, 2008
SEATTLE - Washington men's tennis head coach Matt Anger announced that junior standout Kyle McMorrow has signed his letter of intent and will join the Husky program as part of the class of 2009. McMorrow is currently ranked No. 5 among all U.S. juniors by the United State Tennis Association.
McMorrow is a native of Thousand Oaks, California and attends Thousand Oaks High School, however he is no stranger to the Pacific Northwest. McMorrow was born in Olympia and lived there until the age of 10.
Considered a blue chip recruit by tennisrecruiting.net, the website rates him as the No. 9 prospect in the nation. McMorrow advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. National Junior Tennis Championships, falling to top-ranked junior and current Stanford freshman Bradley Klahn. This past April, McMorrow won the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Boys Singles Championships and has also captured the California Bowl title in December of 2007 and a USTA National Open event in February of this year.
According to tennisrecruiting.net, McMorrow boasts a record of 14-8 against fellow blue chip recruits, and is 25-1 against 5-star recruits
'I am thrilled that Kyle is coming to Seattle next fall,' said Anger. 'Not only can he do well right away in college, but he also has an incredible upside to his game. I really can't wait to get started working with him.'
The current Huskies completed their fall season and will begin the dual match season at home against Eastern Washington on January 10.
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