|Hometown:Nebraska City, Neb.|
|High school:Nebraska City|
2016: posted a 5-12 record in singles (#3), combined to go 2-15 in doubles (1-5 w/ McKayla Johnson, 1-9 w/ Daniela Lozano, 0-1 w/ Tamra Wielenga).
High School: multi-sports standout for Nebraska City High School; lettered four years in tennis; named the team’s most valuable player three years; also is a multi-year letterwinner in softball and basketball.
Academic: History Educaiton. Personal: daughter of Tim and Priscilla; sister to Kasey.
2016: 5-12 singles (#3), 2-15 in doubles
Northwestern College came up short against Central this afternoon, losing 6-3 in a non-conference women's tennis match played in Pella, Iowa.
Northwestern College earned a 6-3 victory over Simpson College tonight in a non-conference match-up played at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.
Northwestern College picked up a 6-3 win over former GPAC-rival Nebraska Wesleyan this afternoon in Lincoln, Neb.
Northwestern College picked up wins at No. 1 and No.2 singles but lost to College of Saint Benedict 6-3 in a non-conference match-up played in St. Joseph, Minn.
Northwestern College split a pair of spring season opening matches played today in Owatonna, Minn.
Northwestern College makes it spring season debut this weekend against a pair of Minnesota teams, Bethel and Bethany Lutheran.
Kendra McGinnis (Nebraska City, Neb.) has signed a letter of intent to continue her tennis career at Northwestern College next fall.