Former Longhorns women's tennis player Breaunna Addison. (TEXAS ATHLETICS)


Addison named Big 12 women’s tennis player of the year

Posted May 12th, 2016


Texas women’s tennis player Breaunna Addison was named the Big 12 women’s player of the year on Thursday, the Big 12 conference announced. She was also named first team All-Big 12 for singles and doubles with Dani Wagland.

Addison was also the player of the year in 2014 as a sophomore. She’s the second Longhorn to win the award multiple times.

Her 34-3 overall singles record included a record of 7-0 in the Big 12. She’s preparing for her fourth consecutive NCAA Championships in singles and her second in doubles. Addison was also named the ITA Texas region senior player of the year earlier in the week.


Neda Koprcina earned first team All-Big 12 honors in singles for the Longhorns with a 23-8 overall singles record. She was 8-0 in league play and was named ITA Texas region player to watch earlier this week.

Wagland and Addison earned their second doubles All-Big 12 selection after going 22-7 and 4-1 in league play.

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