OMAHA, Neb. - Creighton women's tennis head coach Tom Lilly announced three new commitments will join the Bluejays on the hard courts in the fall of 2014.
Natalie Miller a senior from Wakeland (Texas) High School is a three-star recruit on TennisRecruiting.net (TRN). She is currently ranked among the top 30 players in Texas but has been rated as high as No. 12 in her career.
Miller advanced to the Class4A Texas mixed doubles state championship as a freshman. A year later she was a quarterfinalist in the 4A Texas State tournament singles championships.
Her parents are David and Audrey Miller. Miller’s father is a Tennis Professional in Texas.
Darby Rosette of Jesuit High School in Portland, Ore., joins the women’s squad in the fall as another three-star recruit on TRN. She is currently rated No. 3 in the state of Oregon and No. 9 in the Northwest region.
Rosette helped lead Jesuit to a pair of state championships in 2011 and 2012 and a runner-up showing last season. She also advanced to the Class 6A Oregon state doubles championship as a junior.
Her parents are Gerald and Teri Rosette.
Ashley Monaco of Brewster (N.Y.) High School is currently rated No. 19 in the state of New York as a two-star recruit on TRN. In her first two seasons she attained all-league honors and claimed all-section recognition as a sophomore.
Monaco has focused on junior tournaments over the past two years, forgoing her final two seasons of high school tennis.
Her parents are John and Laura Monaco.
Next week both Creighton tennis squads will travel to the grounds of the U.S. Open Apr. 24-27 to participate in the 2014 BIG EAST Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.