- HometownRocklin, CA
- Prev. SchoolRocklin HS
2016 (Tennis) - Season Stats
Finished with an overall record of 4-2 in singles after battling injuries for much of the season…went 2-0 at No. 5 and 2-2 at No. 6 while going 2-1 against SCIAC opponents…compiled a 6-4 overall record in doubles…went 5-1 with partner Annette Sousa at No. 3 doubles…inducted into the CLU Scholar-Athlete Society for the second time.
2015 (Tennis) - Season Stats
Played at No. 5 singles for the Regals…finished with an 11-8 record overall…tied for ninth in CLU single-season history with 11 singles wins…paired with Mallory Kenny at No. 1 doubles…finished 4-17 overall…named to the SCIAC All-Academic team…inducted into the CLU Scholar Athlete Society.
2014 (Tennis) - Season Stats
Tied for third on the team with six wins…went 6-12 during singles play, competing primarily as the No. 4 and 5 positions…also collected four doubles wins on the year…earned ITA All-Academic recognition.
Rocklin High School
Graduated in 2013…played four years of varsity tennis…was a three-time All-Sierra Foothill League selection…inducted to the Rocklin High School Hall of Fame in 2013…was a section doubles Semifinalist in 2012…credits her greatest personal sports moment as getting into her high school’s Hall of Fame.
Full name: Shelby Keiko Kubota…born on April 2, 1995 in Rocklin, Calif…parents are Scott and Jamie…has a younger sister Kiana who plays volleyball…family currently resides in Rocklin, Calif…chose CLU for the location and community…majoring in business administration with a marketing emphasis…aspiring to work in the marketing industry…most vast memory of CLU Athletics was going with 50 other athletes and supporting the Special Olympics.
Music: Taylor Swift
Sport (Other than what you play): Basketball
Pro Team: San Francisco 49ers
Pro Athlete: Roger Federer
Book: Gone Girl
TV Shows: Bachelor
Quote: "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift, that’s why they call it a present.”
If she could travel anywhere it would be: Australia to see the Australian Open