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Meghan Blevins

  • height 5-5
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Charleston, S.C. (SCVCS
  • Previous School Oklahoma State
  • height 5-5
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Charleston, S.C. (SCVCS
  • Previous School Oklahoma State

Meghan Blevins Bio


2014-15 (SENIOR)


  • Had her strongest season by far as a senior going 27-10 in singles and 27-12 in doubles
  • Named the team’s Most Valuable Player
  • Her 54 combined singles and doubles victories tied for the sixth most prolific season in school history
  • Her 54 combined victories were also the most by a Gamecock in over two decades
  • Led the team in singles wins (27), dual singles wins (15) and SEC singles wins (8)
  • Played positions two through five in singles but was the Gamecocks’ primary No. 4 player during league play
  • Moved to No. 3 singles for the NCAA Tournament
  • Combined with Brigit Folland for a 25-9 record together, the most wins by a Gamecock duo since the 2011-12 season
  • Ranked No. 99 to being the spring following a 12-2 record in fall tournaments
  • Also ranked No. 33 in doubles to begin the spring with Folland
  • Ended the spring with a No. 61 national ranking in doubles with Folland
  • Posted a pair of key victories in singles in helping the Gamecocks defeat then-No. 27 Mississippi State and then-No. 17 Ole Miss
  • Won her respective singles flight at the UVa Fall Invite
  • Combined with Folland to win the flight three doubles title at the Furman Fall Classic
  • Reached the semifinals of the USTA/ITA Carolina Regional Championships in doubles with Folland
  • Ran her record with Folland to 20-3 following a win at the No. 2 spot versus Alabama
  • Played doubles with Megen Cochran for the NCAA Tournament


  • Made the SEC Academic Honor Roll for having at least a 3.0 GPA
  • AD’s Honor Roll member for spring 2015 for achieving at least a 3.0 GPA

2013-14 (JUNIOR)


  • A key member of the Gamecocks’ squad during the spring season
  • After a 4-7 fall in her first semester as a Gamecock, tied for the best spring record with a 16-6 slate in dual matches for singles and was one of the top doubles players as well with a 13-8 mark
  • Held a national ranking of 109th in the fall
  • Moved back into the rankings in mid-March at 112th
  • Despite a limited number of matches playing alongside Katerina Popova, the duo finished the season with a No. 48 national billing and was ranked as high as 47th during the spring
  • Blevins was nearly untouchable playing at No. 4 singles with a 13-2 record that included a 6-2 record in SEC play
  • Also played sparingly at the Nos. 3 and 5 positions in singles
  • Played all three spots fairly equally in doubles with Elixane Lechemia, Popova and Caroline Dailey
  • Had two triumphs against nationally ranked opponents, the first coming against No. 58 Stephanie Nauta of Virginia at the Tribe Invitational in September, and No. 118 Anna Mamalat from Texas A&M in a dual match in March
  • Helped the Gamecocks win two key matches down the stretch by first defeating Kelsey Dieters from Kentucky in three sets and Zalina Khairudinova of Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament in straight sets
  • Posted three wins over ranked doubles teams with Popova
  • Tied for the most individual doubles wins on the team with 21


  • Made the SEC Academic Honor Roll for having at least a 3.0 GPA
  • AD’s Honor Roll member for fall 2013 for achieving at least a 3.0 GPA

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE)*


  • Notched a 21-14 overall singles record in her sophomore season at Oklahoma State
  • Finished in third place in the singles rankings of the Missouri Aces for the Cure Tournament
  • Advanced to the final round of the Alpha singles bracket at the United States Air Force Academy Invitational
  • Quarterfinalist at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championships
  • Recorded a 13-10 mark in 2013 dual matches playing in the two spot for the Cowgirls
  • Defeated Oklahoma’s Whitney Ritchie in an epic match to seal the 4-3 victory over the Sooners and clinch the fifth seed in the conference tournament
  • In the fall season, teamed up with C.C. Sardinha to win three doubles matches at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championships and advance to the tournament’s quarterfinals
  • Paired with newcomer Karyn Guttormsen in the spring to notch an 11-7 record in the second doubles spot

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)*


  • Put together a 14-6 singles record at the No. 3 position in her spring campaign, leading the Cowgirls in singles wins
  • Defeated No. 107 Rashmi Teltumbde of Texas Tech
  • Defeated Noel Scott of No. 6 Texas, 6-2, 6-4, helping the Cowgirls to one of their best wins in school history
  • Earned the Cowgirls’ lone point in the Big 12 Championships semifinals when she defeated Scott again
  • Compiled a 12-6 doubles record with Mary Jeremiah
  • Compiled a singles record of 7-6 during the fall of her first year on campus
  • Recorded perhaps the biggest win of her young career when she upset the No. 412 player in the world and top-seeded Alexis King at the Amelia Island $10,000 Women’s Championships
  • Made it to the semifinals of the Lakewood Ranch Classic
  • Won two matches at the HEB Baylor Invitational
  • Reached the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championship
  • Combined for a doubles record of 7-7 with partners Mary Jeremiah and Kanyapat Narattana
  • Blevins and Jeremiah made it to the final round of USTA/ITA Central Region Championship and the Lakewood Ranch Classic
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC) #4 (SEC) #5 (SEC) #6 (SEC)
2011-12* 21-12 7-6 14-6 1-0 13-6
2012-13* 21-14 8-4 13-10 13-9 0-1
2013-14 20-13 4-7 16-6 (7-5) 2-3 (1-3) 13-2 (6-2) 1-1 (0-0)
2014-15 27-10 12-2 15-8 (8-4) 1-0 (0-0) 4-2 (0-0) 9-6 (7-4) 1-0 (1-0)
Total 89-49 31-19 58-30 (15-9) 15-9 (0-0) 19-12 (1-3) 22-8 (13-6) 2-1 (1-0)
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC)
2011-12* 19-13 7-7 12-6 2-0 10-6
2012-13* 18-12 5-3 13-9 13-9
2013-14 21-11 8-3 13-8 (6-3) 4-2 (0-0) 6-3 (4-1) 3-3 (2-2)
2014-15 27-12 14-4 13-8 (6-5) 2-0 (0-0) 11-8 (6-5)
Total 85-48 34-17 51-31 (12-8) 8-2 (0-0) 40-26 (10-6) 3-3 (2-2)

* At Oklahoma State