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post #564 of (permalink) Old Nov 21st, 2012, 02:15 PM
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Re: Pac 12

Originally Posted by fantic View Post

""Jennifer is an amazing talent and a player who I see making an immediate impact in the college game," said Sampras Webster, who guided UCLA to a runner-up finish at last year's NCAA Championships. "She's someone who will fit right in with our players and our staff. She has a very big forehand and can play both singles and doubles. It's going to be exciting to see her develop into a top college player. We're thrilled that she decided to make UCLA her home for the next four years." "

Exactly. Her drives are so potent to blow Kyle off (at ISC), and with Woodard she was practically US junior #2 dbls team after Andrews/Townsend. She showcased her variety against Kiick and Hibi at the National.

Anderson/Brady/McPhillips/Ray/Morton/Van Nguyen/Harrison/Dolehide

UCLA is a top contender for NCAA in 2014.

So far UCLA's DEPTH was impressive.

Now, UCLA's TOP 3 is also among the best in the nation.

It'll be nice to see who's better, against Stanford


There's no way UCLA is losing dbls against STAN (I wonder who Brady will team up with? To maximize her height, Dolehide?) And we dunno if Gibbsy will even stay for her senior year In fact I think she WILL leave, since Doyle can't NOT be a starter

(By the way STAN really seems to have a special 'fondness' for Asians )
Let's see. With Davidson #6 recruit, playing at #6 and with Brady #5 recruit, playing at #3---I would have to say Stanford has a stronger line-up

I don't think Gibbs will leave just because of Doyle. That is going to depend upon whether she is ready to turn pro and I think, more importantly if she is able to win team NCAA's this year.

Even if Gibbs does leave, the Cards still have a legit shot and as equal shot as UCLA. With Gibbs, I think the Cards have a stronger lineup.
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