Hernandez and Jiang win the B doubles flight.
Mids will host 10-team tournament from Friday to Sunday.
Rozel Hernandez wins
Mids to host 10-team tournament at the Brigade Sports Complex.
Mids win a combined 26 matches.
• 2014-15 NAAA Athlete of the Week (April 6)
2014-15 - Freshman: Posted a 17-5 overall singles record and was 10-1 in dual singles matches ... finished the season on a nine-match winning streak in singles play ... went 2-0 in singles during the Patriot League Regular Season ... clinched Navy's first-ever win over Army with her win at No. 6 singles ... was named the NAAA Athlete of the Week after her Star Match-clinching singles victory against Army ... was a combined 8-0 at No. 2 and No. 5 singles ... won the "C" singles flight at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational ... was 10-13 overall in doubles play and 6-7 in dual matches ... was 3-3 at No. 2 doubles ... advanced to the "A" doubles flight final at the Moore Invitational in the fall ... primary doubles partner was Summer Ralston ... one of three recipients of the team's Most Improved Player Award.
Personal: A six-year letterwinner in tennis at Ransom Everglades High School, where she graduated in 2014 ... led team to the 2014 Deco Turf National Invitational High School Tennis Championship in Louisville, Ky. ... Mackenzie was named the Deco Turf National Invitational Most Valuable Player ... helped team win the 2014 Florida State Class 1A Championship while playing at the No. 2 singles position ... helped team to three straight regional championships and four straight district titles ... named to the Miami Herald All-Dade First Team as a senior in 2014 ... two-time team captain ... ranked as high as No. 128 in the nation in her class as a senior by TennisRecruiting.net and was ranked No. 27 among Florida prospects ... tabbed as a four-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net ... also earned two letters in soccer and one in track and field at Ransom Everglades ... served as the president and vice-president of the French Club ... brother, Jeff Mackenzie, plays tennis at Johns Hopkins ... daughter of James and Manuela Mackenzie ... majoring in political science.