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Real World: Former Midwestern State Player Brynne Chappell
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The Real World of Recruiting - with Annette Broersma - is back. Today's conversation is with Brynne Chappell, former women's tennis player at Midwestern State.

After attending MSU and competing for the Mustangs, Chappell's career has taken her to Los Angeles as a TV/film producer. She has recently worked on Undercover Boss, NBC's Fame and Showtime's Look.

Today, Broersma talks with Chappell about the recruiting process and her experiences as a Division II tennis player.

 

Annette Broersma (AB): Where did you play your college tennis? What position did you play?

Brynne Chappell (BC): Midwestern State U is a Division II college in Texas with about 5,000 students.

During my career, I played number 1 through number 3 singles - and number 1 and 2 doubles. There was a lot of movement up and down the lineup for everyone.

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