MARION, Ind. -- Kimberly Reisdorf has signed an athletic letter of intent to continue her women's tennis career at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Reisdorf is from North Canton, Ohio and is a member of the No. 1-Doubles team at Hoover High School.
"I am very glad that Kim chose to attend IWU to continue her tennis career and to pursue her college degree," said Indiana Wesleyan head coach Terry Porter. "She has a lot of experience playing both singles and doubles. Also, her Christian background and leadership ability will be a great asset to our team."
Reisdorf was senior captain in the fall of 2009 and compiled a record of 28-6 at No. 1-Doubles. Her four year career record was 104-30 and she named All-Federal League each year. Her team was Federal League champions in both 2008 and 2009.
Reisdorf has won a couple of prestigious awards. She received the 2009 Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Gold Racquet Award for a senior with a GPA over 3.75. She also received the David Magoon Award her senior year for scholarship, sportsmanship and leadership.
Reisdorf has played in many USTA tournaments in singles and doubles and plans on playing in a 4.5 USTA adult league this summer.
She has been on the Honor Roll every year and is a member of National Honor Society, Leadership and Fellowship of Christian Students. She is also very involved in her church youth group at The Chapel in North Canton. She plans on majoring in Accounting with a minor in Sociology at Indiana Wesleyan.