DaTonya Price
DaTonya  Price

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Forest Park H.S.

Height:
5-4

04/18/2017

Monmouth Spoils Hawks’ Home Finale

The Shore unable to finish season on a high note

04/12/2017

Hawks Drop League Match At Howard

Bison win conference match, 7-0

04/09/2017

Greyhounds Take Down Hawks

Loyola (Md.) wins nonconference match, 6-1

03/28/2017

Hawks Fall To Rival Coppin State

Eagles too much for The Shore

03/21/2017

Hampton Sinks Maryland Eastern Shore

Hawks fall at Lady Pirates

06/29/2017

Women's Tennis vs. Monmouth (04.18.17)

Women's Tennis vs. Monmouth at the Hawk Tennis Complex (Photos by Todd Dudek)

04/05/2017

Women's Tennis vs. North Carolina Central (03.19.17)

Women's Tennis at North Carolina Central (Photos by Steven Worthy)

03/30/2016

UMES Women's Tennis v. Delaware State (03-28-16)

UMES Women's Tennis versus Delaware State at Hawks Tennis Complex (Photos by Megan Raymond)

04/30/2015

2015 "The Harry's"

2015 "The Harry's" (Photo by Lloydlee Heite)

04/15/2015

UMES Women's Tennis v. Penn State-Abington (03-13-15)

UMES Women's Tennis v. Penn State-Abington at Hawks Tennis Complex (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)

2017: Named the Team's Most Valuable Player (MVP) ... Competed as the club's No. 2 player ... Took part in 11 singles matches (0-11, 0-5 MEAC) ... Played 10 doubles matches (0-10, 0-5 MEAC).

2016:
Selected as the team's Most Valuable Player (MVP) ... served as the club's primary No. 3 player ... competed in 15 singles matches (0-15, 0-6 MEAC) and 14 doubles matches (0-14, 0-6 MEAC).

2015: Named the squad's Rookie of the Year ... won the most for the Lady Hawks, serving as the team's primary No. 4 singles player ... Competed in 12 singles matches and went 4-8 (1-4 MEAC) overall ... in doubles play, she took part in 10 matches and went 0-10 (0-3 MEAC) ... Made her collegiate debut at Salisbury (02/08/15) ... Won her first collegiate singles match versus Penn State-Abington (03/13/15) ... Won in straight sets at Coppin State (03/27/15) ... Victorious in singles play at Virginia Wesleyan (04/04/15) ... Won her last singles match at St. Francis Brooklyn (04/08/15).

High School/Club: A three-time team Most Valuable Player (MVP) ... Made honor roll three consecutive years (2012-14) ... Involved in the Debate, Newspaper, Basketball, Volleyball and Tennis.

Personal: Born Feb. 14, 1996, in Baltimore, Maryland ... Daughter of Deborah Mcinnis ... Has six sisters and two brothers ... Major is Biology ... pregame routine/superstition is praying before the match ... Plans to attend medical school and become a doctor ... Most influential person is Jesus Christ ... Best advice/favorite saying is, "In order to be remembered you must be first, best ,or different." ... Hobbies outside of sports is reading and bible study ... Favorite Book is Ayn Rand ... Favorite Movie is X-Men ... Personal best sports moment is receiving a scholarship to play tennis for a high school league in Maryland ... Personal non-athletic accomplishment is graduating as a merit scholar ... Personal athletic goals for the season is winning as many matches as possible and improve my game ... Personal athletic goals before graduation is becoming Most Valuable Player (MVP) ... Tonya believes winning begins with recognizing the fear of losing within the mind and knowing that anything is possible.

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