April 18, 2012
UCF Athletics Social Media Directory
By Brian Ormiston
ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - UCF women's tennis senior Taylor Dubins received a prestigious honor Wednesday when she was voted onto the Conference USA All-Academic Team. The league office made the announcement one day before the C-USA Championship gets underway in Memphis, Tenn.
Leading UCF with 17 singles victories in 2011-12, Dubins is 17-9 overall with a 12-5 record in dual-match play. She claims a 10-5 mark at the No. 4 position, and will be taking a six-match winning streak into the postseason. Dubins has key singles wins against Florida State, East Carolina, Michigan State, Iowa, Harvard and North Texas.
Over on the doubles court, Dubins has partnered with Andrea Yacaman for a 9-7 record in the No. 3 position, and the duo is 14-10 overall.
Dubins holds a 3.77 grade-point average and is a three-time C-USA Honor Roll member and two-time Academic Medal winner. A communications sciences and disorders major, she was named an ITA Scholar-Athlete in 2011.
Dubins and the No. 7-seeded Knights are getting set to face off with No. 10 SMU Thursday at 3 p.m. ET in the first round of the C-USA Championship hosted by Memphis. If they advance, they will face No. 2 Rice Friday at 3 p.m.
2012 C-USA Women's Tennis All-Academic Team
Maria Voscekova, Marshall, Sophomore, 3.72 GPA, International Business, Bratislava, Slovakia
Tiffany Welcher, Memphis, Senior, 3.66 GPA, Liberal Studies (Graduate Masters), Clarksville, Ind.
Courtney Collins, Memphis, Junior, 3.86 GPA, Interdisciplinary Studies, Fulton, Miss.
Ana Guzman, Rice, Senior, 3.91 GPA, Psychology, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Samantha Vickers, Tulsa, Sophomore, 3.60 GPA, Biology, Lincolnshire, England
Taylor Dubins, UCF, Senior, 3.77 GPA, Communication Sciences and Disorders, North Miami Beach, Fla.