Reagan’s Kyndall Quiroz signs with Midwestern State University

 

As part of National Signing Day, Kyndall Quiroz signed her letter of intent to play tennis at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Kyndall, a 102.2 GPA student, is a 4 year letterman that played #1 singles her 1st 3 years and #1 doubles all 4 years at Reagan.  Asked why she chose Midwestern State, Kyndall said “I chose MSU because of how welcomed and at home I felt at the school and in the city of Wichita Falls.  It feels like the right place for me to grow as my own person so that I am prepared for the world after college.”  Kyndall committed in early November.

As a senior, she helped Reagan win their 7th straight District title going undefeated in doubles play while also going undefeated in singles and doubles during the playoffs.

As a junior, Kyndall went undefeated in doubles play and had only 1 loss in singles to the #1 player in the nation during the team season.  In doubles, she won the District Championship and finished 3rd place at Regionals.  She was selected to the Express News All-Area Team.

As a sophomore, she was a State Qualifier in doubles making it to the final 8 out of 512 teams.  She was also selected to the Express News All-Area Super Team.

As a freshman, Kyndall played #1 singles and doubles and was a finalist at Districts in doubles with Natalie Gonzalez for the individual season.

We wish her continued success in both academics and tennis at Midwestern!

Photos courtesy of Joe Calomeni at Rattlerpics.com.