2018-19 (Junior): Played in 20 singles matches with a record of 8-12 playing the majority of her matches at No. 3 singles with a record of 6-11 … Saw action in 20 matches in doubles matches with a record of 10-10 all at No. 3 doubles … Ranked second in the WCU record books for most doubles wins with 40.
2017-18 (Sophomore): Clocked in a winning record for the second straight season with a 10-8 mark with the majority of wins coming at No. 3 singles with a record of 6-7 … Teamed up with freshman Jordyn King for a record of 13-4 at No. 2 doubles three more doubles wins than her 10 as a freshman.
2016-17 (Freshman): Became half of a doubles team, with teammate Jordan Strickland, to become the first doubles tandem in Western Carolina University history to be named to the SoCon All-Conference Second Team … Strickland and McCall teamed up to go 10-3 in doubles action for the Catamounts including a 5-1 record in Southern Conference play this season … Individually, Strickland and McCall each won 17 doubles matches throughout the season breaking the previous WCU single-season mark of 13 held by former Catamount Shannon Bettiol.
Prior to Western Carolina: Moved to North Carolina as a senior after living in Alpharetta, Ga. ...Was a 4-star recruit according to TennisRecruiting.net ... Was ranked as high as 130 nationally in the 2016 recruiting class ... Throughout her junior career, was a top five recruit out of Georgia ... Did not play high school tennis and played a full schedule on the USTA Junior Tournaments ... Was a recipient of several sportsmanship awards throughout her junior career ... Competed at the Sectional and National levels.
Personal: Is the daughter of Roy and Lisa McCall ... Has a younger brother, Caleb ... Father, Roy, played tennis at Francis Marion University in South Carolina.