Paige Press
Paige Press
Height: 5-5
Year: JR
Hometown: La Jolla, CA
High School: Canyon Crest Academy
Major: Psychology

2012:  Solid contributor to the nationally ranked Bulldog women’s tennis team… Contributed to the squad's overall mark of 14-7…  Named the team’s Most Valuable Player… As steady as they come, she registered an impressive 19-3 singles record, with 17 of those wins coming in straight sets… Nine triumphs came against counterparts from ranked teams… Rattled off 12 victories in a row from March 10 through April 22… Tallied an 8-1 showing in SCIAC action and likely would have won another but that match was not finished… Played as high as No. 2 in the lineup but recorded 11 matches at No. 3 and seven at No. 4… Downed the No. 3 player from 13th-ranked Washington University (MO) by scores of 6-2, 6-2… Gave up just one game in her victory against the No. 4 player No. 30 UC Santa Cruz… Blanked her opponent from No. 12 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges on April 22… Also contributed to the doubles lineup by teaming up with either Maddie Morton or Julia Galbraith… Amassed a 10-6 record, primarily at the No. 3 slot… Notched four victories over tandems from ranked schools… Tallied 8-3 wins against No. 15 Vanguard University, No. 27 Bates College and No. 22 Brandeis University… Nearly shut out three opponents with 8-1 scores, downing No. 13 Washington University (MO), Salisbury University, and Cal Lutheran University… 

2011:  Instrumental competitor for the No. 28 Bulldog women’s tennis team… Helped Redlands to finish among the conference’s top three for the 18th consecutive year… Saw time in singles as high as No. 3, but posted the most matches at the No. 4 slot… Recorded winning streaks of three or more triumphs on three occasions… Took down the No. 5 opponent from Claremont-Mudd-Scripps… Took down counterparts from Whitman College (WA) and Linfield College (OR)… Earned an 8-2 showing against SCIAC foes… Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Division III West Regional Fall Championships… Teamed up with Amanda Alvarez at the No. 3 doubles spot, earning an 8-9 record… Their wins were dominant, allowing no more than five games against them… Collected non-conference victories over duos from Trinity University (TX), UC Santa Cruz, and Hope International University…