Brynn  Boren

Brynn Boren


Laguna Niguel, Calif.

High School:
Laurel Springs H.S.


Career Singles Record: 79-39
Career Doubles Record: 84-25
Highest Singles Ranking: No. 20 (1/4/2011)
Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 2 (2/16/2012 - with Sarah Toti)

2012 First Team All-SEC
2012 ITA Ohio Valley Region Player To Watch
2011 Second Team All-SEC
2011 Freshman All-SEC
2011 ITA Ohio Valley Region Rookie of the Year
2011 SEC Freshman of the Week (1/26, 2/2, 4/18)
2011 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships
2010 SEC Fall Coaches Classic (Flight Two)

2011 Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic
2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships


AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)
  • Defeated #29 Mary Anne Macfarlane (Alabama) 6-1, 6-2 (4/19)
  • Ended a two match lossing streak by beating Georgiana Patrasc (Miss. State) 6-3, 6-3 (4/18)
  • Managed a win over #114 singles player Kaitlin Burns of LSU (4/7)
  • Defeated #47 Yang Pang of Arkansas in the third set to win 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 (4/5)
  • A perfect 8-0 in doubles matches throughout the month of March defeating the number 46, 29, and 7 pairs in the country
  • Took down #105 singlers player Cierra Gaytan-Leach of Mizzou 7-5, 6-3 (3/31)
  • Defeated the #46 singles player in Lauren Mira of Vanderbilt 6-0, 6-1 (3/24)
  • Compiled a four match SEC win streak defeating opponenets from Georgia, Miss. State, Ole Miss, and South Carolina

  • Defeated Leslie Hureau of Indiana 6-0, 1-0, before the match retired (2/15)
  • Managed a win over No. 58 Britney Sanders of Notre Dame, 6-3, 6-2 (2/3)
  • Defeated Elizabeth Kilborn (39) of Georgia Tech 6-1, 6-3 during the ITA Kickoff in Lincoln, Neb. (1/27)
  • Took down #67 Kate Turvy of Northwestern 6-2, 6-2 during the UVA Winter Invitational (1/21)
  • Ousted third-seeded Zoe Scandalis of Southern California 6-1, 6-2 for her second win this fall against a top-10 opponent (11/8)
  • Defeated Stacey Tan of Stanford 6-1, 2-6,7-5 at the Riviera ITA Women's All-American Championships (10/4)
  • Advanced to Round of 32 of NCAA Singles Tournament, defeating 9-16 seed and 11th-ranked Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) the highest-ranked win of her career

  • Defeated the #10 Pleun Burgmans/Plamena Kurteva team of Auburn 8-5 (4/14)
  • Managed an 8-1 win over Jeremiah/Morton of LSU(4/7)
  • Defeated the #74 doubles team in Paulson/Seou of Arkansas 8-4 (4/5)
  • Helped manage a win over Indiana's #44 Sophie Garre/Leslie Hureau 8-5 (2/15)
  • Crushed Ohio States Kara Cecil/Noelle Malley doubles squad, 8-2 (2/17)
  • Partnered with Kata Szekely, UT def. Jennifer Kellner/Chrissie McGarrigan of Notre Dame, 8-2 (2/3)
  • Rallied to defeat No. 21 Brooke Bolender/Ronit Yurovsky of Michigan, 8-5 (2/1)

  • Took down Georgia Tech's Kilborn/Anghelescu doubles pair in an 8-4 match at the ITA Kickoff in Lincoln, Neb. (1/27)
  • Defeated the #10 and #42 doubles teams in the counrty representing Virginia and Northwestern with Kata Szekely at the UVA Winter Invatational (1/21)
  • Claimed the doubles title with an 8-5 win over Cecil/Dieters of Ohio State (10/28)
  • Coupled with Kata Szekely, defeated Ashleigh Antal/Marie Casares Vanderbilt 6-0, 6-1 to win the doubles crown at the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regionals (10/22)
  • Defeated the No. 15 Florida and No. 2 UCLA doubles teams at the Riviera ITA Women's All-American Championships (10/4)
  • Named to ITA's preseason rankings with partner Kata Szekely the 34th best doubles tandem in Division I
  • AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)
    • First Team All-SEC selection
    • Named the ITA Ohio Valley Region Player To Watch
    • Posted a 25-13 record, including a 16-7 dual-match record and a 7-2 SEC mark
    • Finished season as highest-ranked Lady Vol at 31, which was also her preseason ranking. Ranked as high as 25
    • Also ranked first in the region to close the season
    • 25 wins were second for UT, primarily playing from No. 2 position
    • Won 12 of last 16 matches, including career-high seven-match winning streak and run of 10 of 11

    • Advanced to Round of 32 of NCAA Singles Tournament, defeating 9-16 seed and 11th-ranked Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) the highest-ranked win of her career
    • Owned 8-4 record at No. 2 spot and 6-3 mark at No. 1 position
    • Recorded eight ranked wins, including five in the Top 50
    • Helped UT clinch three wins, including over No. 5 Baylor
    • Six of seven SEC wins came in straight sets and 21 of 25 overall wins have come in straight sets
    • In the fall, advanced to the title match of the Ohio Valley Regional for the second consecutive year

    • Finished second on team with 29 wins, including a career-high 15-match winning streak from Nov. 11-Feb. 25
    • Had a 29-10 overall record and an 18-7 dual-match mark
    • Primarily played from No. 2 spot
    • Propelled to No. 2 in national doubles rankings with Sarah Toti (2/16)
    • Finished season ranked 31 nationally with Toti and second in the region
    • Ranked as high as second overall during season
    • Helped UT clinch doubles point a team-best 13 times with three different partners
    • 9-5 against ranked opponents, including 7-2 mark with Toti.
    • Had 12 wins by at least four points

    • Had 12 wins by at least four points
    • Recorded eight ranked wins, including five in the Top 50
    • Rated No. 28 (with Toti) in the ITA Preseason Doubles Poll and duo went 11-3 in the fall
    • Reeled off five consecutive wins at the ITA All-American Championships, including victories over four ranked opponents, to advance to the quarterfinals
    • Blanked No. 5 Kristy Frilling and Shannon Mathews of Notre Dame, 8-0, in highest-ranked win of career
    • Won three matches to earn spot in the All-American main draw, including clinching match against No. 17 Emina Bektas and Brooke Bolender of Michigan, 8-4
    • Earned Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic championship, finishing fall slate with three consecutive wins

    AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)
    • Finished ranked 47th in the final ITA singles poll
    • Led team with 30 singles wins with a 30-11 record
    • Owned a 15-7 tournament record and a 15-4 dual-match record, including a 5-0 slate as No. 2 in the lineup
    • Recorded a team-best 7-4 (.636) record against ranked opponents, while her seven wins against ranked foes tied for most on the team
    • Defeated 17 opponents in straight sets
    • 13-3 in three-set matches, including wins in her first nine

    • Defeated No. 41-ranked Michaela Kissell (Alabama) at the 2010 USTA/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships
    • Won career-high six straight matches at the 2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships to advance to the NIIC
    • Knocked off No. 27-rated Jackie Wu of Vanderbilt in the regional quarterfinals, the highest-ranked opponent she defeated
    • Also took down three more ranked opponents, headlined by No. 70 Anya Morgina of South Carolina

    • Finished season ranked 20th in the final ITA doubles poll (with Natalie Pluskota)
    • Posted a 19-8 mark in doubles, including 10-2 in dual-match play
    • 12 wins came alongside Pluskota
    • Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships, before falling in three sets to the No. 6-rated tandem of Keri Wong and Josipa Bek of Clemson
    • Reached quarterfinals of the doubles draw at the USTA/ITA Intercollegiate Indoor Championships

    • Advanced to the NIIC after winning doubles at the 2010 USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships...Undefeated in SEC contests (4-0)
    • Took down a pair of top 15 duos along with Pluskota in the midst of a career-best eight straight wins
    • Defeated No. 15-ranked Rachael White and Allison Falkin, 8-6, of Illinois
    • Also beat Georgia's 11th-ranked duo of Chelsey Gullickson and Kate Fuller, 8-4, the highest-rated foes among her doubles wins

    • Ranked as the No. 12 player in the nation as well as a five-star recruit by
    • Also came in as the fifth-best player in the state of California
    • Graduated from Lauren Springs High School in May 2009

    • Led her school to the California Interscholastic Federation Division I championships in 2007 and 2008
    • Captured the CIF individual doubles title in 2007

    • Enjoys reading fiction books and writing
    • Lists her parents as her biggest influence because they have given her positive encouragement and unwavering support
    • Names Lindsay Davenport as the person she has most modeled her game after

    • Chose Tennessee because of the people, the cities and the facilities
    • Has an older sister, Lara Spica-Pascoe
    • Brynn Renee Boren, daughter of Barry and Jean Boren, was born Aug. 1, 1991 in Mission Viejo, Calif.



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