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Tennis - Mon, Jun. 5, 2017
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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Union College men's and women's tennis coach Roscoe Moonieyan announced Kenny Gray and Libby Vaughn signed their national letters of intent and will join the Bulldog program for the fall semester.

Gray and Vaughn are both locals of Barbourville, Ky., and are coming to Union from Knox Central High School.

"We are really excited to have Libby and Kenny join our program," Moonieyan said. It's always exciting to have local talent join our program with Kenny and Libby being from Barbourville. They are really awesome kids and have been tied in with our tennis program and Union for a few years, and it's great to have them as official bulldogs finally."

Both have played tennis the past four years, while Gray spent all four years at Knox Central, Vaughn played majority of her career at Barbourville High School before transferring to Knox Central.

During Gray's career, he competed as the No. 2 seed in singles and No. 1 seed in doubles play. He advanced to the region quarterfinals twice and competed in the Mountain Tennis Circuit summer circuit, placing in the top three for points in his division.

Vaughn has also spent two summers at the Mountain Tennis Circuit, but she found success during the past two seasons in high school as she qualified and advanced to regionals. Vaughn won two rounds in doubles during her junior season, while winning two during her senior year in singles play.