Ann Flannery was one of the top players on the squad as a senior. On the singles court, Flannery played all 28 matches at the No. 2 position, notching a record of 11-17 during the season. In doubles play, she competed with three different teammates for a combined record of 6-12. Pairing with Tina Coutretsis most often, the tandem ended the season with a 5-9 record together. Off the court, Flannery was named to the academic All-Big Eight team, the third time earning the honor in her career.
Flannery finished her junior year with a 12-7 record at No. 3 singles, including a mark of 4-3 in the Big Eight. She ended her singles season with three wins at the Big Eight Championships and also paired with Rachel Collins at No. 1 doubles to place second. For her hard work in the classroom, Flannery earned first-team Phillips 66 Academic All-Big Eight honors.
Flannery finished 6-18 overall and 1-6 in the conference at the No. 3 singles position. During the Big Eight Championships, Flannery was promoted to No. 2 singles, finishing seventh at the tournament. In the doubles bracket, she teamed with Ildiko Guba in the No. 2 postition to place third. Flannery was also a first-team academic All-Big Eight selection during the year.
Flannery produced an 18-17 overall record during her freshman season, including a record of 2-8 in the Big Eight. Flannery played well in the postseason, earning runner-up honors in doubles at the Big Eight Championships.
At Alamo Heights High School, Flannery led her team to three-straight state titles and served as team captain in both her junior and senior seasons. Flannery was the Texas 4A singles state champion as a senior and earned a doubles championship in her sophomore year.
Flannery is a native of San Antonio, Texas, and is majoring in speech communication.