2012-13: Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for producing a GPA of at least 3.0...Went 12-13 on the singles court, with a 2-3 record at No. 4 and a 3-5 mark at No. 5...In tournament play, had key wins against Marquette, Stetson, USF and Iowa, and tied for the Knights Invitational Flight D title...Finished 13-13 in doubles, mainly teaming up with Caroline Eberhart for an 11-10 record...That included an 8-9 mark at the No. 2 position...Also partnered with Sofia Baptista to tie for the Flight B crown at the Knights Invitational.
2011-12: Earned a spot on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Griffith recorded a 8-10 record for the Knights in 2011-12 along with a 13-16 mark in doubles...Won three out of her last four, including victories over SMU and Florida Atlantic...In doubles play, Griffith defeated No. 73 Iowa with the help of teammate Genevieve Lorbergs...Also defeated Hardvard, West Virginia, Stetson, SMU and Florida Atlantic.
2010-11: Selected to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Griffith recorded a 12-15 record in singles play for the Knights in 2010-11 along with a 11-16 mark in doubles...Some important victories in singles play came against Michigan, Iowa, FAMU, East Carolina, North Florida, FAU and UAB...Posted victories over USF, North Florida, FAMU and UAB in doubles play with partners Genevieve Lorbergs and Alexis Rodriguez.
Prior to UCF:Reached the finals of two ITF tournaments in doubles...Made the quarters of doubles at the Spring National Championships...Ranked 44 in the nation in the 18 Singles...Top 10 singles in the South and Georgia in the 18...Won a national open in singles and doubles...Senior year received the MVP and Scholar Athlete award for the Chattahoochee HS tennis team...Played No. 1 singles for her high school team.
Born Courtney Lynn Griffith in Dayton, OH...Parents are Scott and Becky Griffith...Has one younger brother Brett...Majoring in health sciences on a pre-clinical track