FRESHMAN SEASON (2013-14)
Held a 15-14 overall singles record and a 14-11 doubles record … Singles record included a 3-5 tournament record and a 12-9 dual record, highlighted by a 7-3 SEC record … Accumulated a 6-1 record at No. 4 and a 4-4 record at No. 3 … Led the team in clinched matches with five in 2014 (Nicholls, Southern, Missouri, Mississippi State and Arkansas) … Garnered her first victory over a ranked opponent and defeated South Carolina’s No. 122 Brigit Folland 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 … Notched LSU’s lone point over Kentucky and topped Edmee Morin-Kougoucheff 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 … Clinched the match over Missouri with a 6-0, 7-6 (2) victory over Madison Rhyner … Captured match point for LSU and defeated Mississippi State’s Timea Guibe 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 … Clinched the match over Arkansas and topped Sarah McClean 6-2, 7-5 … Doubles record included a 3-4 tournament record and an 11-7 dual record … Owens and Noel Scott defeated Middle Tennessee State’s Nayara Moraes and Irina Constantinide and then topped Samford’s Stephanie N’tcha and Yasmeen Ebada to reach the finals of the Bianca Svensonn Draw in the Roberta Alison Fall Classic … Owens and Jeremiah clinched the doubles point against Nicholls and Southern … Owens and Gabrielle Otero held a career-high six-match winning streak and accumulated a 9-6 doubles record with a 7-3 record on court three and a 2-3 record on court two in dual play … The duo clinched the doubles point as they topped Jackson State’s Anastasiia Zviahintseva and Julie Angermann 8-1 … Owens and Otero picked up SEC wins over pairs from Vanderbilt, Auburn and Mississippi State.
Coached by Chrissy Bolt at Peachtree Ridge High school in Duluth, Ga ... Was a five-star recruit by tennisrecruting.net … Team won four 5A Region championships (2010 -13) … Team was state finalist in 2013 … Four-time member of Gwinnett Country Super Six (2010-13) … Named 2013 Gwinnett Player of the Year.
Full name is Abigail Witte Owens … Born Dec. 2, 1994 … Daughter of Dan and Marcelle Owens … Has one younger sister, Rebecca (16) … Chose LSU because of coaches, campus and team … Major is undecided.