Reece Acree

Reece  Acree


Pensacola, Fla.

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Height / Weight:
5-9 / 163


What's the Racket: Reece Acree

The junior shares his favorite music, movies and memories with UCF Tennis.



Men's tennis junior Reece Acree is one of just two student-athletes currently in UCF's radio/TV major


Academic Accolades

More than 200 UCF student-athletes named to AAC All-Academic Team

- Went 7-7 in singles play as a sophomore, playing the four, five and six positions
- Posted a 2-0 record at the number five singles position
- Finished with a 5-12 doubles record, pairing with Francesc Aulina for 16 matches
- Earned a straight set singles win at No. 52 Miami to give the Knights the momentum for the upset win
- Clinched UCF's third consecutive win of the spring with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-1 win against Army
- Teamed with Aulina for an 8-1 win at No. 1 doubles in UCF's first home win of the season
- Clinched UCF's 4-3 win at FGCU with a come-from-behind win at No. 6 singles
- Extended the winning streak to five matches with a straight set win at No. 6 singles

- Went 4-4 in singles play as a freshman, playing all matches at the number six position
- Finished with a 3-1 doubles record, pairing with three different Knights on the season
- Won in straight sets in his first three singles outings, earning victories at FAU, as well as at home against Winthrop and No. 27 Penn State
- Also earned a straight sets singles win at home against Troy
- Earned wins in first three doubles matches as well, winning against duos from FAU, UNCG, and Binghamton
- Teamed with Chris Barrus to win FGCU Fall Invitational Green Division Doubles Title

Prior to UCF
- Selected as the Pensacola News-Journal Player of the Year as a senior and junior
- Ranked as high as No. 83 nationally by
- In 2013, qualified for the state prep finals in both singles and doubles for the fourth-straight year
- Joined Austin Racine for a runner-up finish in doubles
- Finished prep career with a 168-7 overall record, a pair of state doubles titles, one state doubles runner-up showing and was a member of two state runner-up squads

- Majoring in radio/TV

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