Arizona women's tennis sophomore Hailey Johnson earned her second singles win in two days on Saturday at the Falcon Fall Invitational in Colorado Springs, Colo.
2011-12: Finished the season with a 14-10 doubles record with partner Sarah Landsman, including an appearance in the Pac-12 Invitational Doubles final round.
High School: Attended Oasis/Fallbrook in San Diego, Calif. ...Claimed the Ojai Women's Doubles Championship in June of 2011...Earned sectional doubles runner-up honors...Was a CIF doubles finalist...Received the Southern California Sportsmanship Award...San Diego Sportsman of the Year award...Costa Mesa Natural Sportsmanship Award and the Mutterspaw Sportsmanship Award.
Coach Maes' Take: "Hailey did a wonderful job for us in the doubles last year. While we anticipate she will continue to do so, we want to see her contribute in singles play as well. She hits a tremendously heavy ball that can give someone serious problems and she can dominate her opponents this way whenever she sets her mind to it. Hailey is much more disciplined in her practices now that she knows what we expect and it will pay off in the long run. She is a really funny kid and she makes us laugh every day."
Biggest Influence of tennis career: Family has always been there to help her grow on and off the court, inspiring to grow as a player and a person.
Spends free time: Going to the beach, the gym, dancing, laughing, having a good time.
Favorite Movie: Anchorman, or anything with Ashton Kutcher