Macy Polk
Macy Polk
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Powder Springs, Ga.
High School: Mt. Paran Christian
Major: Chemistry

2015-2016:

 - ITA Scholar-Athlete

 - Won Flight A Singles Title 

 - 4th Bobcat all-time to win Flight A Singles Title

 - Named Bobcat Athlete of the Week

 - PBC All-Academic Team

 - 15-11 overall in singles

 - 6-5 record in conference play

 - Partnered with Camille Clausse-Pujo in doubles, going 15-5

 - 19-9 overall record in doubles with an 8-3 record in conference play

 - PBC Gold Scholar

2014-15:

-All-PBC Second Team Singles

-ITA Scholar-Athlete

-PBC All-Academic Team

-Went 7-4 in singles and 4-2 in doubles during fall season

-Tied for team lead with 13-6 singles mark, all in the second slot, including 10-2 in conference play

-Went 18-4 in doubles action, including 12-0 with Hannah Serdinia

-PBC Gold Scholar

2013-14:

 -PBC Gold Scholar

-Named ITA All-Academic 2014

-Named Bobcat Athlete of the Week twice

-Named All-PBC Second Team

Finished 2013-14 ranked eighth in the region

Went 6-1 in fall ’13 singles

-4-1 in fall ’13 doubles

-Finished the spring season with a 16-7 overall record in singles

-9-4 in PBC

-Went 15-11 overall in spring doubles

-7-6 in PBC

-Went 4-2 against top-25 regional opponents

-Won singles pool at the GC Women’s Fall Championships

-Finished with 7-4 record in fall ’14 singles

-Went 4-2 in fall ’14 doubles

High School:

-Graduated from Mt. Paran Christian in Kennesaw, Ga.

-Played under head coach Caroline Bradford

-Won regionals as a junior

-Elite Eight at State her junior season

Personal:

-Born Sept. 10

-Daughter of Clabe and Denise Polk

-Majoring in chemistry with plans for Pre-Med, minoring in biology

-Lists favorite athlete as Roger Federer

-Chose Georgia College for the opportunities as a pre-med student and as an athlete

-Snakes scare her the most

-Favorite song is "Whom Shall I Fear" by Chris Tomlin

-Favorite movie is RED

-Favorite TV shows are Friends and Criminal Minds

-Lives by the motto: "Faith does not make things easy, it makes things possible."

 

Year Singles Doubles Total
Fall 2013 6-1 4-1 10-2
Spring 2014 16-7 24-11 40-18
Fall 2014 7-4 4-2 11-6
Spring 2015 13-6 18-4 31-10
Fall 2015 3-0 2-1 5-1
Spring 2016 15-11 19-9 34-20

60-29 71-28 131-57