McCall Jones Athlete Profile

McCall Jones

McCall Jones
Height: 5-8 Roster Years: 2008-2010 Hometown: Orange County, CA Last School: Tesoro High School

Personal

  • Daughter of Marshall and Cindy Jones
  • Sister Lauren played tennis for BYU

Before BYU

  • Played at Tesoro High School
  • League champion in high school
  • Played in national tournaments starting at age nine
  • Played in international tournaments starting at age 14
  • Played professional tournaments from age 17 until arriving at BYU
  • Made it to the finals of the ITF Easter Bowl at the 14s and 16s level
  • Was ranked in the top 200 for ITF juniors
  • Ranked in the 700s in the WTA

Stats

 

Year Singles Doubles
2008-2009 20-12 17-11
2009-2010 30-8 23-11
Career 50-20 40-22


2008-2009 | Freshman Year

  • Began the fall season by capturing the singles title at the BYU Invitational
  • Combined with Kristina Doerr to earn a spot in the doubles semifinal at the BYU Invitational
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the ITA Central Region Championship
  • Led the Cougars at the No. 1 position in singles, compiling a 12-9 record
  • Defeated Notre Dame's Kelcy Tefft, the No. 45 player in the country
  • Ranked as high as No. 91 in singles, No. 69 in doubles with Kristina Doerr and No. 60 in doubles with Megan Price
  • Partnered with Doerr to earn an 8-3 record and defeated the No. 24 pair in the country
  • Named to the All-MWC singles and doubles (with Doerr) team
  • Earned MWC Freshman of the Year honors

2009-2010 | Sophomore Year

  • Repeated as the BYU Invitational singles champion in the fall
  • Also won the doubles title at that tournament with Megan Price
  • Made it to the consolation semifinals in singles and doubles final at the Cal Nike Invitational
  • Paired with Megan Price to advance to the doubles quarterfinal at the ITA All-American Championships after defeating the preseason No. 4 duo from UCLA
  • Made it to the singles finals in the consolation round, recording big wins over the No. 28 and No. 43 players in the country
  • Ranked with Price as the No. 29 doubles team in the country
  • Made it to the Round of 16 at the ITA Mountain Region Championship in singles
  • Advanced to the doubles final at the same tournament but withdrew because of the No Sunday Play rule
  • Compiled a 13-4 singles record for the fall and an 11-2 doubles record
  • Ranked as high as No. 18 in doubles with Megan Price
  • Ranked among the top 10 for most singles wins in a season
  • Had two eight-match winning streaks
  • Was the only BYU player to go undefeated in singles against MWC opponents
  • Earned Player of the Week recognition for her performances against New Mexico and TCU
  • Defeated six ranked opponents in straight sets during the regular season, including No. 37 Kristina Nedeltcheva (UNLV) and No. 42 Pichittra Thongdach (BSU)
  • Partnered with fellow sophomore Megan Price to down the No. 23 pair in the country 8-0 ended No. 36 nationally and No. 2 in the Mountain Region
  • In doubles with Megan Price invited to NCAA singles tournament named to Academic All-MWC team and All-MWC doubles and singles teams
  • Chosen as the only MWC representative for the 2010 USTA Collegiate Team