2006: Lynzee Kever was the spring season's No. 1 with a record of 14-9... she won C-USA's Tennis Athlete of the Week for the week of Jan. 24 and was also named All-Conference USA first team... She and doubles partner Kellie Schmitt were named Doubles Team of the C-USA Championships and were invited to compete in the NCAA's Doubles Championships at Stanford losing to UCLA in the Round of 32... During the fall season Kever and Schmitt were ranked 34th by the ITA and competed in the ITA's All-American and East Regional, the duo finished the 2006 fall season ranked 60th nationally... Combined with doubles partner Jeanne Schwartz, Kever finished the season with a 12-4 doubles record... On the singles side Kever was ranked No. 105 for the fall season ...
2005-06: Kever joins the Thundering Herd after transferring from the University of Colorado. In the fall of 2005, Kever posted a 5-4 singles record and excelled in doubles with a 9-3 record, highlighted by a run to the finals of the prestigious Cissie Leary Penn Invitational
Career Highlights at Colorado: 2004 ITA Central Region Rookie of the Year - 2004 Big 12 first team in singles - Big 12 Player of the Week (Feb. 10-16)
2004-05: Returns for her second season after playing her initial season at No. 1 singles last January... Excelled at the top singles spot... Finished last spring as the No. 96th nationally ranked player by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) ...
2004 Spring: Tallied 12 singles victories during her initial season last spring... Eleven of those victories came at the top singles slot, the first was her first collegiate match at No. 2, upsetting No. 60 Suzanna Maksovic of Denver, 6-3, 6-2... Won seven of her first nine matches and was ranked by the ITA as high as 64th during mid-March... Two of her wins were upsets over No. 31 and Big 12 Freshman of the Year Petra Dizdar of Texas, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; and over No. 83 Maria Rosenberg of Kansas State, 5-7, 7-5, 6- 3... In doubles, Kever won a team-best 13 matches and teamed with three different tennis partners, winning eight matches at No. 2 and posting a 5-1 mark at No. 3... Won seven matches with Kendra Strandemo at No. 2 and went 4-1 at No. 3 with Jenny Hanson.
2003 Fall Season: Did not play... Began her first season with Colorado in spring of 2004.
Personal: Born Lynzee Meriel Kever on August 1, 1985 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma... Daughter of David and Linda Kever... Member of 2000 Bishop McGuinness state tennis champion team, also earning individual state champion honors... Ranked No. 1 in 16- and 18-age group among USTA's Missouri Valley... Nationally-ranked among USTA juniors as No. 63 Girls' 18 age division, No. 8 in Girls' 16s and No. 20 in Girls' 14s... Member of 2003 Missouri Valley Fed Cup Team... Enjoys drawing and being with friends in her spare time... Lists winning state championship in 2000 at Bishop McGuinness at No. 1 doubles as her biggest moment in prep career. Major is: Business.