The George Washington University: Women's Tennis

Meg Tyner
Meg Tyner

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brookville, NY

High School:
Jericho

Height:
5-4

Major:
Athletic training



05/20/2012

73 GW Senior Student-Athletes Participate in Commencement

Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall

05/03/2012

GW's Corba, Pascarella Named to A-10 Women's Tennis All-Conference Teams

Corba Becomes Third-Ever Colonial to Earn Four Straight A-10 Honors

05/01/2012

Atalay, Phillips Take Home Top GW Senior Athlete Honors

24 Team MVP's, Top Athletes and Scholar-Athletes Recognized at 2012 Senior Honors Luncheon

05/01/2012

Atalay, Phillips Take Home Top GW Senior Athlete Honors

24 Team MVP's, Top Athletes and Scholar-Athletes Recognized at 2012 Senior Honors Luncheon

04/20/2012

GW Women's Tennis Bows to Richmond in Quarterfinals of A-10 Championship

Colonials Fall to Spiders, 4-1

2011-12: Named team MVP during final campaign with GW...Posted a team-best singles record of 15-2...Competed primarily at the No. 6 spot...Opened season with six straight singles victories and closed season on seven-match winning streak (final match went unfinished)...Owned an overall record of 12-4 in doubles...Won final six No. 3 doubles matches of her career with classmate Jacqueline Corba...Won lone No. 1 doubles match in season-opener over Saint Joseph's (Sept. 16)...Named to GW's Athletics Department Academic Dean's List...Named to Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.

2010-11: Saw limited action but went 4-3 in doubles, 1-2 in singles for the Colonials.

2009-10: Battled back from injury during the fall season to finish the spring at 13-6 in No. 5 and 6 singles and went 6-5 at No. 2 and 3 doubles...Secured the 4-3 victory over California University (PA) with her three-set No. 6 singles victory...Had a five match win streak from Feb. 26 to March 10.

2008-09: Tyner went 5-9 in her first season at the No. 5 flight in singles competition...Won back-to-back matches over Fordham and Towson...At No. 2 doubles, she posted a 5-7 record, teaming up with Jennifer Hirsh most of the season.

High School: Six-year varsity member...Recorded a 78-15 record...2005 and 2006 New York State Doubles Champion, also Nassau County Doubles Champions in 2004 and 2007...Named All-State, All-County, All-Conference and All-Division from 2004 through 2007...Helped the Jayhawks win conference titles in 2005 and 2006...Named team MVP in 2004, 2006 and 2007 and team captain in 2007...Reached a USTA 16's national ranking of No. 150.

Personal: Born Meg Nicole Tyner on January 22, 1990, in Manhasset, NY...Daughter of Sharon and Michael Tyner...Has an older brother, Evan...Has been a certified Special Olympics tennis coach since 2005...Majoring in athletic training.

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