|Hometown:||Rancho Mirage, Calif.|
|High School:||Palm Desert HS|
AS A SENIOR (2013-14)
Fullerton’s No. 2 singles player the majority of the year, finished her final season with an 18-14 overall record and a 13-9 mark in singles play en route to Big West Singles Second Team accolades while partnering with Camille De Leon for Big West Doubles Second Team honors…ended the year on a four-match win streak while winning eight of her last 10 matches…at the No. 1 spot held a record of 2-5 while finding success at No. 2 with a mark of 11-4…in Big West Conference action went 4-4…recorded victories over opponents from UC Irvine, Southern Utah, Georgetown, Colorado State, Amherst, Wyoming, New Mexico State, UC Davis, UC Riverside and Cal Poly…in doubles action, finished with an overall record of 12-15 and a 10-11 mark during dual play competing with Camille De Leon at the top of the lineup…the pair totaled a Big West record of 3-4 and went 5-5 in their last 10 matches…recorded wins over opponents from Air Force, Loyola Marymount, Southern Utah, UC Santa Barbara, Colorado State, New Mexico State, Cal State Northridge and UC Riverside.
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)
Had a stellar season, and was named to the Big West All-Conference second team (doubles) and was named the team’s co-Most Valuable Player…was also named to the Big West All-Academic team…one of three players on the team to finish dual match play with double-digit wins (11-11), competing mostly at the No. 2 spot (9-7)…also posted a 2-3 record at the No. 1 spot with wins against Southern Utah and Pacific…in Big West play, finished the season with a record of 4-4, with wins over UC Riverside, UC Davis and Hawai’i…in doubles play, partnered with Kalika Slevcove with a dual match record of 14-8, playing mostly at the No. 2 spot (13-6)…in addition, the pair finished 5-2 against Big West competition registering wins over Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly, UC Davis, Pacific and UC Riverside.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)
Finished the year with a 16-11 overall record, and in the spring, competing in the No. 2 spot in 17 of 18 dual meets, recorded a mark of 10-8…her 16 overall wins led the team, while her 10 dual match victories tied Tiffany Mai for tops on the squad…defeated Southern Utah’s Ksusha Johnson (6-4, 6-3) in her only match at the No. 1 spot on March 4…received Big West Conference honorable mention accolades in doubles action, teaming with Mai at the No. 1 doubles spot…the pair finished the year 9-15 overall and 7-12 in dual meet action.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)
Capped a stellar rookie campaign with wins in six of her last eight singles matches to finish 15-18 overall and 11-13 in dual match play, competing at the No. 2 spot for all but one of the matches... the 15 wins overall and 11 dual match victories were team-high's as she finished as one of four Titans with double-digit wins... in addition, the 15 wins were the most since Gina Le finished the 2007 season at 15-13 overall and the 11 dual match wins were the most since Le and Mai-Ly Tran each won 11 in 2007... opened dual match play with an 0-6 start before finishing with wins in 11 of her final 18 matches... won three-straight matches on three separate occasions... ended the year with a team-best 11-16 record against regional opponents... teamed up with fellow freshman Megan Sandford to finish 4-18 in doubles play, mainly at the No. 2 spot in the lineup... also finished 1-2 with teammate Tiffany Mai and 0-2 with teammate Monica Rodriguez.
PALM DESERT HIGH SCHOOL
Competed four years for the Aztecs... helped lead Palm Desert HS to a pair of CIF Championships and four Desert Valley League titles... won the league doubles title as a senior in 2010... finished third in the league in singles as a freshman and second in doubles as a junior.
Born in Whittier, Calif...parents are Owen and Lisa McIntosh...has three brothers (Miles, Owen, Mason), and one sister (Casey)...major in kinesiology...selected Cal State Fullerton because she wanted to play Division I tennis and she received a scholarship...lists her biggest athletic thrill as becoming a four-star recruit and making it to a Division I team as well as defeating a doubles team from Stanford in an ITA tournament...career goal is to own her own wellness center...superstition is to not use the same ball after three consecutive points...favorites include: Andy Roddick (tennis player), Billy Currington (musical artist), Oregon Ducks football team (athletic team), "Baby Mama," "Inside Man," "Law Abiding Citizen," "Just Go With It," "She's The Man" (movies), sushi, enchiladas (food).