Korey Love
    Korey Love


    Port Orange, Fla.

    High School:
    Spruce Creek


    182 Salukis earn academic honors from MVC

    Six earn presigious President's Council Academic Award


    Southern Falls to Drake in Semi's of the MVC Championship

    The Salukis have 17 or more wins in each of the last three years.


    Women's Tennis Downs Bradley 4-0; Advance to Semifinals of MVC Championship

    The Salukis have 17 or more wins in each of the last three years.


    Women's Tennis Earns Seven Awards at Pre-Championship Banquet

    Three Saluki women are making consecutive appearances to the Scholar-Athlete team.


    Southern Downs Illinois State to Secure the No. 2 Seed at MVC Championships

    The Salukis defeated the Redbirds in Normal for the first time in head coach Audra Aderson's tenure.

    2013-14: Named All-MVC at No. 2 doubles...First-Team MVC Scholar-Athlete...Won the No. 1 Doubles Championship with partner Natasha Tomishima at the MVC Individual tournament...Played primarily doubles...Went 13-5 with partner Anita Lee...5-1 in the MVC...Went 1-3 in singles play.

    2012-13:Won 5-of-7 singles matches...Went 3-1 in the spring and 2-1 in the fall...Finished 20-4 in doubles action with partner Anita Lee...Went 3-0 in the fall and 17-4 in doubles in the spring...Recorded a 6-1 MVC doubles record...Named MVC Scholar-Athlete.

    2011-12: Played in nine singles matches finishing with a 4-5 record...1-2 in the MVC...21-8 in doubles play with partner Melanie Delsart... Went 6-1 in the MVC...Named All-Conference at No. 1 doubles with partner Melanie Delsart. 2010-11: Played in 21 singles matches compiling an 11-10 record in her first year...Finished 1-3 in the MVC...First collegiate singles win came on Feb. 12 at UIC against Kathryn Sharples...Won six-straight singles matches from Feb. 12-19...Finished 10-10 in doubles matches playing all but one match in the No. 2 slot...Also finished 1-3 in the MVC doubles matches. High School: Won the overall Florida High School State Singles Championship in 2009, in addition to earning the Daytona Beach News-Journal Player of the Year honors...Earned Orlando Varsity Central Female Athlete of the Week honors twice during the 2009 season...Ranked 86th in the nation by TennisRecruiting.net and is also rated 208th in the United States Tennis Association's (USTA) U18 rankings...Defeated two five-star recruits: Brittany Dublins, who committed to Miami, and Jenna Doerfler, who signed on with Central Florida...Also defeated the International Tennis Federation's 900th ranked junior. Personal: TV Broadcasting major...Daughter of Robin and Robert Love...Has two sisters...Born on Dec. 2, 1991, in Daytona Beach, Fla...Won first place in a poetry contest when she was a freshman and sophomore in high school...Has two sisters, Kasey and Kelsey...Kelsey is the No. 1 singles player for Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C...Kasey signed with Slippery Rock...Father is a commercial pilot and mother is a retired flight attendant.