The Golden Grizzlies fell 6-2 to Detroit at the Detroit Invitational a non-championship season match hosted at Detroit.
2011-12: ▪ Played in all 19 matches for Oakland ▪ Turned in a 4-14 record in singles matches, including a 2-5 Summit League singles record ▪ Her four singles wins tied for the most on the team ▪ Posted singles wins over Bradley, Wright State, IUPUI and Western Illinois ▪ Her three doubles wins were second most on the team ▪ Posted a 1-6 record in Summit League doubles matches ▪ Her overall doubles record for the season was 3-14 ▪ Earned doubles victories over Youngstown State, IUPUI and Western Illinois
2010-11: ▪ Posted an 8-12 singles record as a freshman ▪ Went 4-9 in doubles action, including a 4-7 record at No. 3 doubles ▪ Finished with a 4-4 singles record in Summit League play ▪ Posted a 5-8 record as the No. 4 singles player in the OU lineup ▪ Picked up the first win of her career against Katie Hargrove of Lewis (Oct. 1) ▪ Won the back draw of the IPFW Tournament by winning three straight matches (Oct. 1-2) ▪ Earned a her first dual win and first Summit League win 6-1, 6-0 against Centenary
High School: ▪ Earned four varsity letters under coach Dave Patrangelo and Brian Myska at Troy High School ▪ Served as a two-time team captain ▪ Earned all-state honors in singles in 2009 ▪ Named the Daily Tribune Women's Tennis Player of the Year following the 2009 season ▪ Was a four-time all-area and all-league selection, also earned three all-district honors ▪ Helped her high school team win regionals in 2009 and advance to the quarterfinals of the Division I Michigan Tournament ▪ Won sectionals, states, regionals and districts as a member of her 4.5 USTA tennis team ▪ Also ran track at THS and competed in club swimming
Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities: ▪ Earned a third place finish at DECA Nationals
Top Athletic Performance: ▪ Finishing 22-8 in her senior year to earn Southeastern Michigan Player of the Year Honors
Personal: Full Name: Grace Elizabeth Keating Parents: Melinda and Tighe Keating > Her father, Tighe, played at Michigan State and was a tennis professional Siblings: Hope, Clare and Faith
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland: 1. The coach 2. The atmosphere 3. The school itself