Fall: Produced a 4-7 record in tournament singles and a 5-6 ledger in doubles play … Reeled off two straight wins with victories over Northern Arziona’s Jordan Denesik and Samford’s Kristin Lewis … Picked up two straight doubles wins twice, once with partner Sarah Sediri and with Jesse Grace.
Spring: Named the 2014 Conference USA Newcomer of the Year … Selected First Team All-Conference USA … Selected to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Named the MT Athletics Female Newcomer of the Year … Recorded a 22-12 overall record and a team-best 18-4 mark in dual action … Went 16-12 in doubles and 11-6 in the spring … Started off the 2014 season with nine straight victories (Jan. 25-March 7) … Earned C-USA Athlete of the Week honors on Feb. 11 for a 5-0 week against Austin Peay and Lipscomb … Produced five straight wins on March 28 through April 5 … Won all three singles matches in the C-USA Championship … Knocked off Tulsa’s Yelena Nemchen, who ranked 116th nationally, in three-sets … Won three straight doubles matches with partner Jesse Grace (Feb. 28 – March 7) … Closed out the year with two straight wins in the Conference USA Championship with partner Nayara Moraes, including an upset over Tulsa’s Renata Kuricova and Marcelina Chicon.
Prior to MT:
Won two NAIA national championships with the Warhawks … Earned NAIA All-America honors in both 2012 and 2013 … Two-time first-team All-Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC), taking home the conference championship both years at AUM … Won at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles in the championship match vs. William Carey in 2013 … Went 7-0 between singles and doubles combined in the 2013 NAIA Tournament … Captured her final 11 matches of the 2013 season … Finished the spring 21-2 in singles play and 21-4 in doubles competition … It followed a freshman campaign in which she went 20-4 in singles and 17-9 in doubles.
Full name is Tiffany Okpoho William ... Daughter of Esther Obong and William Okpoho … Has one brother, Mark … Majoring in Psychology.