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Women's Tennis - Wed, May 31, 2017

WINFIELD, Kan. – Southwestern College head tennis coach Jason Speegle has announced the addition of six women's tennis student-athletes to his 2017-18 team. Meghan Kindred, Brailey McMinn, Alondra Sandoval, Jordyn Sisovsky, Emily Berry and McCall DeQuasie have each submitted letters of intent to continue their education and tennis careers at Southwestern College next year.

Meghan Kindred (Fr. – Boerne, Texas – Boerne HS)
Kindred will join the Lady Builders after graduation from Boerne High School in Boerne, Texas, where she capped her high school tennis career with a runner-up finish in girls' doubles at the 2017 Texas 4A state tournament. A three-time regional and state qualifier, Kindred also received all-academic and all-district honors in No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles during her senior season.

Off the courts, Kindred is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. She was also the president of the Boerne High School "Interact" club, and co-president of the art club. Kindred was a state qualifier and recorded a perfect score in the Visual Arts Scholastic Event. She graduated in the top seven percent of her high school class, and received the student-athlete award.

Brailey McMinn (Fr. – Canyon, Texas – Randall HS)
McMinn comes to Southwestern after graduating from Randall High School in Canyon, Texas, where she was a three-time Texas 5A regional qualifier, and qualified for the Texas 5A state tournament in Mixed Doubles during her senior season. She capped her high school career by earning all-district honors at No. 2 Singles and No. 1 doubles. She was also a USTA Superchamp.

Away from tennis, McMinn is a National Honor Society member, and was the editor of the school newspaper. She also served as the senior class treasurer, and was twice named a Superintendent's Scholar.

Alondra Sandoval (Fr. – San Antonio, Texas – Louis Brandeis HS)
Sandoval will join the Lady Builders after completing a decorated high school career at Louis Brandeis High School in San Antonio, Texas. In her senior season alone, Sandoval claimed championship honors at the Burbank "Dogfight" Tennis Tournament and the SAISD Tennis Tournament, and was the consolation champion at the MacArthur Tennis Tournament. She was also a First Team All-District selection, received the Tennis Team Bronco Award, and the Bronco Award for Great Achievement in Food Science during her senior season. Sandoval was awarded the Athletic Booster Club Scholarship upon graduation.

Off the court, Sandoval is active in the Air Force Junior ROTC program at Brandeis High School, and finished second overall in the AFJROTC Physical Training competition. She also received an AFJROTC Academic Ribbon. Sandoval is also a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, the Kitty Hawk Air Society, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and BHS Student Council.

Jordyn Sisovsky (Fr. – Claremore, Okla. – Claremore HS)
Sisovsky comes to Southwestern from Claremore High School in Claremore, Okla., where she was a four-year varsity tennis player. She finished fifth at No. 2 singles in the Oklahoma state tournament as a junior in 2016, then went on to finish third in No. 2 doubles in the state tournament as a senior in 2017.

Away from tennis, Sisovsky was an AP and Honors student, and graduated as the Valedictorian of her high school class. She also served as Vice President of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club, and was a National Honor Society member while also serving as a Freshman Mentor.  

Emily Berry (Fr. – Cimarron, Kan. – Cimarron HS)
Berry will join the Lady Builders after graduating from Cimarron High School in Cimarron, Kan., where she was a two-year varsity tennis player, and was the Bluejays' team captain for one season. Berry was an academic all-league selection for four years, and was a member of the National Honor Society and the A-Team during year high school career. She was also a four-year honor roll selection.

McCall DeQuasie (Fr. – Choctaw, Okla. – Choctaw HS)
DeQuasie comes to Southwestern from Choctaw High School in Choctaw, Okla., where she was a three-sport athlete while maintaining a 3.9 cumulative GPA. She qualified for the Oklahoma 6A state tournament in No. 1 doubles as a junior in 2016, and did so again in No. 1 doubles as a senior in 2017.

Off the court, DeQuasie is a National Honor Society member.

2017-18 Southwestern College Women's Tennis Signing Class.
-Colbi Fugit (Fr. – Andover, Kan. – Andover HS)
-Meghan Kindred (Fr. – Boerne, Texas – Boerne HS)
-Brailey McMinn (Fr. – Canyon, Texas – Randall HS)
-Alondra Sandoval (Fr. – San Antonio, Texas – Louis Brandeis HS)
-Jordyn Sisovsky (Fr. – Claremore, Okla. – Claremore HS)
-Emily Berry (Fr. – Cimarron, Kan. – Cimarron HS)
-McCall DeQuasie (Fr. – Choctaw, Okla. – Choctaw HS)

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