|HOMETOWN||Wesley Chapel, Fla.|
|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Wiregrass Ranch HS|
As A Sophomore (2013-14)
A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team
Named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team with a 3.94 GPA majoring in Pre-Business Management … primarily playing the No. 5 singles slot Means went 13-7 overall highlighted by a 6-2 mark in league action … opened the season with a No. 4 singles win over Iowa State before collecting the Flight B singles title at the FGCU Spring Invitational … playing with her sister Sarah in the No. 1 double spot all season, finished with a 8-11 record overall and 3-5 against A-Sun doubles pairs … put together a four-match win streak in one doubles that began vs. ETSU (Mar. 14) and was snapped by UNF (Mar. 21)
As a Freshman (2012-13)
A-Sun All-Freshman Team
Was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman team as a unanimous selection ... Finished her freshman year with a 15-3 singles record, going 12-3 in the No. 5 singles position and went 6-1 in A-Sun singles matches ... Playing with her sister and FGCU sophomore Sarah in the No. 3 double spot all season, finished with a 10-5 record overall and 5-3 against A-Sun doubles pairs ... Put together a six match doubles win streak that began vs. Lipscomb (Mar. 14) and was snapped by ETSU (Mar. 30), while sweeping two matches, 8-0 ... Won in the No. 4 singles position in the A-Sun Championship quarterfinals vs. No. 4 seed Stetson (Apr. 19) and in the No. 3 doubles spot.
Joins the Green and Blue after a solid high school career at Wiregrass Ranch … won a Florida Class 3A State doubles title with her older sister and teammate Sarah Means in 2011 … was a Sunshine Athletic All-Conference award winner … earned Player of the Year honors and was a doubles finalist at the National Clay court championship in Fort Lauderdale in 2012.
Born on July 6, 1994 … business management major … daughter of Joseph and Roslyn Means … has three sisters, Sarah (19), Olivia (21) and Rachel (22) … her sister Sarah is a teammate at FGCU … favorite athlete is Serena Williams and would like to meet Oprah … choose FGCU because it has excellent academic programs and wanted to be a part of their top women’s tennis team.