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gouci
Jun 23rd, 2010, 07:53 PM
West Circuit
Balboa Bay Racquet Club (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/Newport+Beach+ITA+Summer+Circuit+Draws.pdf) (Newport Beach) July 3-5
Ventura Community College (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/Ventura+CC+ITA+Summer+Circuit+2010+Draws.pdf) July 10-12
Riviera Tennis Club (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/Riviera+ITA+Summer+Circuit+2010+Draws.pdf) July 16-18
Cal Poly Pomona (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/2010+CPP_Draws.pdf) July 24-26

East Circuit
Pittsburgh/Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center July 6-10
Penn State University July 10-13
Dartmouth College July 17-20
Cornell University July 24-27

Mid-Atlantic Circuit
Virginia Tech July 5-7
Mary Washington July 9-13
UNC - Chapel Hill July 16-20
UNC - Greensboro July 23-26

Southeast Circuit
Florida State July 7-9
Lagoon Park (Montgomery, AL) July 10-13
University of Georgia July 15-18
University of Alabama July 23-26

Midwest Circuit
University of Michigan July 3-5
Western Michigan University July 10-12
Ohio State University July 17-19
Indiana University July 24-26

Central Circuit
Wichita State University July 3-5
Washington Univ. (St. Louis) July 9-12
University of Kansas July 16-18
University of Oklahoma July 24-26

Southwest Circuit
McMurray Univ/Abilene Christian July 9-12
Collin County Community College July 16-19
UT Arlington July 24-26
Texas A&M University July 30-Aug 2

Mountain Circuit
University of Colorado July 3-5
University of Denver July 10-12
University of New Mexico July 17-19
Air Force Academy July 24-26

Summer Circuit link (http://www.itatennis.com/Events/SummerCircuit.htm)

fantic
Jul 3rd, 2010, 05:20 PM
West Circuit
Balboa Bay Racquet Club (Newport Beach) July 3-5


no draws out yet? :confused:

fantic
Jul 5th, 2010, 04:20 AM
veni, vidi, et scripsi

on Newport beach summer circuit briefly on my blog.

tennisbuddy12
Jul 5th, 2010, 05:06 AM
I will be going to the Ohio State one!! If it rains, they will come to the indoor center, my workplace!

fantic
Jul 10th, 2010, 04:06 PM
I don't find any familiar names on other circuits, but

Midwest, Michigan;

Julia Metzger, Maggie Remynse, Hanna Mar, Melissa Kopinski.


Duke-bound Mar defeated Metzger 1&1 :eek: and she was

in turn defeated by Yale-bound Annie Sullivan(ranked 37th), who won it all.

And Sara Remynse was the finalist.

Quarterfinalists were;

Metzger Mar Raymond Sullivan Kopinski Young Hois Remynse

and still no entry list or draw for Ventura which starts today :sobbing:

gouci
Jul 10th, 2010, 09:19 PM
Balboa Bay Racquet Club (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/Newport+Beach+ITA+Summer+Circuit+Draws.pdf) (Newport Beach)

Seeds
1. Bianca Aboubakare - Brown
2. Kristina Smith - UC Irvine
3. Lauren Megale - Boise St.
4. Sierra Ellison - San Diego St.


Semi-Finals
- Lacey Smyth (Arizona) def. Nikki Sanders (Texas Tech) 6-2,6-1
- Kristina Smith (UC Irvine) def. Jessica Harrow (Brown) 7-5,6-2

Finals
- Lacey Smyth (Arizona) def. Kristina Smith (UC Irvine) 6-4,6-1

fantic
Jul 11th, 2010, 03:05 PM
Just received info that

Lacey Smyth, Jessica Harrow, Nikki Sanders and Zoe DeBruycker

are playing at Ventura.

fantic
Jul 11th, 2010, 09:46 PM
Wow, I thought the Ventura one was held at Ventura College, 4667 Telegraph Road, Ventura, CA 93003

Guess I was wrong.

:drink:

:haha:

gouci
Jul 12th, 2010, 12:01 AM
It's held at Ventura Community College, 255 West Stanley Ave., Ventura CA. :lol:

fantic
Jul 12th, 2010, 01:53 AM
It's held at Ventura Community College, 255 West Stanley Ave., Ventura CA. :lol:

OMFG...But that address I got was the address from last year , at least on the 'net

LINK (http://www.active.com/framed/event_detail.cfm?CHECKSSO=0&EVENT_ID=1732264)

and here it also says COMMUNITY college too :bigcry:

LINK (http://www.itatennis.com/Events/SummerCircuit/2009_ITA_Summer_Circuit_Archive.htm)

oh well, I don't think I have the energy to go there again tomorrow :o too bad, I wanted to see UNC no. 4 DeBruycker..

fantic
Jul 12th, 2010, 02:01 AM
that Stanley ave address is Ventury COUNTY community college :o

They really should seriously REVISE THE VENUE NAME :mad:

To think that I've foregone the World Cup final only to.. no words :help:

fantic
Jul 15th, 2010, 04:43 PM
at last, Ventura result

LINK (http://www.itatennis.com/Assets/ita_assets/pdf/Summer+Circuit/2010Results/Ventura+CC+ITA+Summer+Circuit+2010+Draws.pdf)

Oh I should've gone there to watch the last day's action..

Smyth def Harrow 6-2, 6-1
DeBruycker def. Entekhabi 6-1, 6-2

Smyth def. DeBruycker 6-1, 6-2

gouci
Jul 15th, 2010, 05:11 PM
The winner of each of the Summer Circuit Event goes on to the Summer Championships forming a draw of 32. But does anyone know what happens when someone like Lacey Smyth wins 2 events? Does a runner-up who lost to Smyth like UCI's Kristina Smith or Zoe DeBrucker take one of those entries into the Summer Championships? :help:

Hey Form Michelle Murphy played the Ventura CC Event both singles and doubles. Do you know if Murphy will be playing for UCSB this upcoming season? :confused:

Tennisace
Jul 15th, 2010, 05:33 PM
The winner of each of the Summer Circuit Event goes on to the Summer Championships forming a draw of 32. But does anyone know what happens when someone like Lacey Smyth wins 2 events? Does a runner-up who lost to Smyth like UCI's Kristina Smith or Zoe DeBrucker take one of those entries into the Summer Championships? :help:

Hey Form Michelle Murphy played the Ventura CC Event both singles and doubles. Do you know if Murphy will be playing for UCSB this upcoming season? :confused:

Did they change the format this year? In the past the Summer Championships have always been open with the winners getting a MD WC into All-Americans.

fantic
Jul 16th, 2010, 01:20 AM
^ the website says both finalists participate at Riviera.

anyway, got the participant list of Riviera Circuit. On my blog

Tennisace
Jul 16th, 2010, 01:54 PM
^ the website says both finalists participate at Riviera.

anyway, got the participant list of Riviera Circuit. On my blog

Well, the finalists of the Summer ITA get a qualifying WC not a MD.

fantic
Jul 16th, 2010, 04:52 PM
yes, that's why i said just 'participate' :lol:

(wait..is Q as well as PQ held at UCLA? :unsure: in that case I'll just change

Riviera-> All American )

anyway just posted Riviera draw on my blog.

2nd quarter is seriously loaded :lol:

fantic
Jul 17th, 2010, 03:11 AM
posted my brief on Riviera on my blog.

fantic
Jul 18th, 2010, 02:35 AM
from ma blog;

SMITH def HEMM 4-6, 7-5, 10-4

Wow. At first Hemm was clearly outclassing Smith, Smith couldn't seem to handle Hemm's power strokes and had some UEs.
So left to see other matches.
Later was shocked to discover Smith playing the Quarterfinal against Wetmore :sobbing:

WETMORE def MCINTOSH 6-2, 6-2

RAMOS def WEBB 6-2, 6-2?

Couldn't watch those 2 matches due to unfavorable court locations.

ENTEKHABI def BHARGAVA 6-2, 6-7, 10-4

Ditto. Watched from far~~~ away :sobbing: The match was brutally long :lol:

WALTERS def LEWIS 2,1

Also couldn't see due to reclusive location.

HARROW def DECKER-SADOWSKI 4,0

Was a bit hard to watch, a bit far.
Anyway today wasn't D-S's day, committed too many UEs.

MACKEY def WORKMAN 1,2

ELLISON def PROVANCHA 3,1

Ellison was the more powerful..

-----------
QUARTERFINALS

SMITH def WETMORE 6-1, 6-1

Wetmore ball bashed herself to defeat :sobbing:

RAMOS def ENTEKHABI 0,1

Also was held far away but Ramos seemed to blow E off the court..maybe
E was too spent after the brutal rally against Bhargava.

WALTERS def HARROW 4,2

W was just better.

ELLISON def MACKEY 0,2

It was a battle of weird serve motions.

Ellison did her usual thing and Mackey...she performed the 'Wolf' , bouncing
the ball, leg-through before serving :bowdown:

So the semifinal will be;

SMITH vs RAMOS
WALTERS vs ELLISON

Well, a predictable outcome, I guess.

DOUBLES

PANTIC/GAYTAN-LEACH def D-S/HARROW

The latter team fought well, they definitely had touch and control.
I think at some time they deliberately targeted G-L :lol:
But G-L's serve was good, and they at the later stage came to dominate the net and
made lots of overheads and easy putaways.

BHARGAVA/WATLERS def RAMOS/WETMORE

Pepp team was the better team, not much to say.

tennisbuddy12
Jul 18th, 2010, 02:54 AM
I was at the Ohio State one because the indoor center is my workplace, as I stated before. I had my own tournament going on, but I was glad to see some of the Buckeyes play. I was impressed with Kara Cecil, who just won an ITA as well as a local event (I thought I heard her say this is her 5th event either of the summer or in a row). She played Kimmy Borza and it was 6-3,6-0 to Kara, but it was close. Kara should have played better and I heard her mutter "this has got to be a joke :lol:" After the match, she said she got annoyed when her opponent kept asking some questions (where are you from, how do you like school, and my favorite was her pointing out her grandpa, who at one point fell asleep, and calling him cute :haha: )
I was also impressed with Nicole Flower and we had a nice, long chat. Also, I got to see Fidan Manashirova play and although she just oozes talent, she is really erratic and inconsistent.

fantic
Jul 18th, 2010, 03:09 AM
I was at the Ohio State one because the indoor center is my workplace, as I stated before. I had my own tournament going on, but I was glad to see some of the Buckeyes play. I was impressed with Kara Cecil, who just won an ITA as well as a local event (I thought I heard her say this is her 5th event either of the summer or in a row). She played Kimmy Borza and it was 6-3,6-0 to Kara, but it was close. Kara should have played better and I heard her mutter "this has got to be a joke :lol:" After the match, she said she got annoyed when her opponent kept asking some questions (where are you from, how do you like school, and my favorite was her pointing out her grandpa, who at one point fell asleep, and calling him cute :haha: )
I was also impressed with Nicole Flower and we had a nice, long chat. Also, I got to see Fidan Manashirova play and although she just oozes talent, she is really erratic and inconsistent.

:lol: Don't say the opponent did that DURING the match :haha:

And Flower? Is her sister Kirsten?

tennisbuddy12
Jul 18th, 2010, 03:36 AM
:lol: Don't say the opponent did that DURING the match :haha:

And Flower? Is her sister Kirsten?

Yeah, she'd ask questions on the changeovers.

and yeah, Kirsten and Nicole are sisters. They are both playing the (doubles only) tournament I am playing. Nicole won one then lost and Im not sure how Kirsten did.

fantic
Jul 19th, 2010, 02:32 AM
uploaded PICS of Riviera 3rd day on my blog (why, why didn't I took a pic earlier..I tried it AFTER the singles semi was complete. Sorry gouci, no photo of Smith :sobbing: )

will write the review shortly there..

fantic
Jul 19th, 2010, 03:37 AM
from the blog;

I'm SO glad I overcame the temptation not to come. :bigcry:

All 3 remaining MD matches were a blast. :)

MD SEMI

RAMOS def SMITH

It was close. Smith really is a good player. Can hit well, move well..can flatten
out, can hit on the run...net play (volley) wasn't perfect, but still. Really patient too.

Ramos seemed to be poised to win it easily but Smith soon caught up. But still Ramos was the more powerful, and that paid off at the latter crucial stages. Hitting
with both hands, aggressive, nice drive-volley, can occasionally make a wicked angled-shot...Ramos kinda reminds me of Bartoli. Her slice wasn't bad either and she used drop shots effectively from time to time (since her shots are powerful, all the more effective)

WALTERS def ELLISON

The match of the day.

I thought I was watching a pro match.

Uber-fast rallies :drool:

Sierra Ellison. My god I was reminded of Sharapova at times.

Does she also hit with both hands like Ramos? Anyway her drives was..wow.

Could hit flat and to the corner at will and, seemed to effectively carry her weight through her shots..and being tall..that's why I was reminded of Masha. Just an
AWESOME sight.

Still, overall Walters was the more consistent one, and her drives were also good.
I knew THAT, but today Walters made so relatively few errors, unlike her last season :lol:
And especially her DTL shots were pretty effective today, I think.

CONSOLATION

DILLON won the remaining two matches. Clearly the better player, more consistent and could hit power shots too.

SINGLES MD FINAL

WALTERS def RAMOS

Also a close game. I think Walters won the 1st, Ramos won the 2nd 7-6, and went to a tiebreak. Both were hitting winners right and left :lol: At the end Ramos made a few more UEs and it decided the outcome.

DOUBLES SEMI

ELLISONS def HEMM / MCINTOSH

Hemm's volleys were good (She won the Pomona Circuit last year with Rosekrans), and McIntosh could hit powerful flat shots, but just couldn't overcome
Ellisons' pressure.
They're pretty aggressive, always stepping up to the net whenever possible. Since they're both tall, and their volleys are good, they provide extra pressure to the opponents.

BHARGAVA / WALTERS def GAYTAN-LEACH / PANTIC , ELLISONS

Both matches were kinda similar. Pepperdine's defense was GOOD (especially
Bhargava's net defense was just FANTASTIC ), and they effectively used all court, neutralizing the opponent's offensive game.

form
Jul 19th, 2010, 03:38 AM
Fantic... what is link to your blog?

Dillon & Wetmore? Where are they going to school and playing now?


I am very very very HAPPY for Smith doing sonwell. This further exposes the annual UCI stack is exposed. There were three this year:
- The one armed bandit at # 3 (UCI coach tried to put her at # 2... then told BW coaches she was really # 3)
- Holladay and Kwan in doubles at # 1... never won sh*t... put them at # 3 and UCI loses day one. Incredible... wait this his "doubles specialist" Holladay is no longer # 1 in doubles but likely OUT.
- Smith at # 6... very good and 21-2 in spring... 13-1 at 4 & 5... against better compeition (and don't tell me she's better than Kwan... crock)... and Bartlett always loses.

Me guesses Coach Cheater ain't happy for this exposure. At least now Smith will be exposed and maybe the BW coaches will finally step up and get some guts besides the LB coach...

PS... Smith should have been # 4 last year and likely # 3 this year with Bisharat jetting for LMU. She's a very good player. PLAY IT STRAIGHT UP FOR ONE COACH..............




You can't spell ch'EATERS without UCI 'EATERS

fantic
Jul 19th, 2010, 03:42 AM
Fantic... what is link to your blog?


Very very very HAPPY for Smith doing son weel. This further exposes the annual UCI stack is exposed.

:lol:

form you have to take a close look at my signature. The last ti~~ny line :lol:

And anyway I just pasted it here, too ;)

fantic
Jul 19th, 2010, 04:26 AM
Dillon & Wetmore? Where are they going to school and playing now?




Did you add that just now?? :lol: Thank god my eyes are sharp :lol:

Well Riviera tournament participant list says Dillon is still Stanford and Wetmore is Georgetown

I'm just looking at STAN website and Hansen is not on the current list

gouci
Jul 19th, 2010, 05:32 AM
Fantic... what is link to your blog?Form having another clueless moment I see. :kiss:

Leave it to a Long Beach State grad to not notice the link called "my tennis blog" which is only included in every post fantic makes. :haha:

(and don't tell me she's better than Kwan... crock)...OK the UCI coach won't tell you Smith's better than Kwan, :haha: that's why he had Smith playing behind Kwan. :cuckoo: Form why are you so angry when it sounds like you and the UCI coach agree here. :hug:


How good must Stephanie Hammel be :worship: if she could play with her forehand tied behind her back and still not lose to Deborah Armstrong. :drool:


Form you can be bitter about UCI's 2010 BWT title for the rest of your life!
:happy::happy::happy::happy::happy:

form
Jul 19th, 2010, 05:45 AM
Hammel was down at match point but # 1 saved her tail... as with Bartlett who was down, umm, match point also. FACT CHECK

Coach Edles has more than a decade of line up cheating in BW notes and votes... he just finally went deep enough to now be 1 for 13. That's the kind of people UCI CHEATERS are proud of. Sad, very sad.



You can't spell ch'EATERS without UCI 'EATERS

gouci
Jul 19th, 2010, 06:02 AM
Form next are going to ask tennisbuddy12 the link to his blog and when it was last updated? :haha:

Having a match point doesn't guarantee a win. Anna Jezmionka was up 5-2 in the 3rd set vs Pepperdine and had a match point to secure LBS an NCAA at-large but committed one of the biggest chokes in Big West history. :help:

Tennisace
Jul 19th, 2010, 01:01 PM
Not that it really matters but some people turn-off signatures so they wouldn't be able to see the link to blogs.

Back to tennis, is Wetmore playing tennis at Georgetown? Given that she was cut from the UCLA team, I wonder why she wasn't granted permission to play right away for Georgetown and have to sit out for a year.

fantic
Jul 19th, 2010, 03:17 PM
^ I have no idea, I just have that participant info, I just watch matches :lol:

anyway, to honor Pepperdine's singles and doubles sweep will wear Pepp t-shirt (I didn't buy it, I picked

a lucky day to visit, they were distributing free t-shirts and pizza ) today :lol:

gouci
Jul 19th, 2010, 04:26 PM
Not that it really matters but some people turn-off signatures so they wouldn't be able to see the link to blogs. Tennisace you bring up a good point but that doesn't apply to Form.

Form obviously was able to see my signature and that's what prompted Form to create a signature of his own. :lol:

Given that she was cut from the UCLA team, I wonder why she wasn't granted permission to play right away for Georgetown and have to sit out for a year.Most likely Wetmore finished her senior year at UCLA in 2009-10 and is playing for Georgetown as a grad student.

davidjaime
Jul 19th, 2010, 06:54 PM
Kwan was actually a pretty good player in High School, i remember watching her during CIF in San Diego. She had impressive wins most notably against Nadia Abdala, who just graduated from ASU. Im not sure if her tennis progress during her time at UCI, but i did except a lot more from her.

fantic
Jul 20th, 2010, 04:40 AM
Keri Wong is sweeping the circuits, and Georgia bound Kimbell won one (http://tennislink.usta.com/Tournaments/TournamentHome/Tournament.aspx?T=95050).

tennisbuddy12
Jul 20th, 2010, 05:05 PM
Christiana Raymond won the ITA here at Ohio State, defeating a Buckeye in the round of 16, quarters, and semis and beat Buckeye commit Nicole Flower in the final. Raymond is solid, but a joke because all she would do would hit some solid shots, then moonball FOREVER. Everyone thought it was so stupid that she had to moonball to win. 2 girls from Purdue beat Haviland/Hubbs from OSU, because Hubbs had to make it to her class because her final is on tomorrow :lol:

its_a_racquet
Jul 20th, 2010, 08:16 PM
Christiana Raymond won the ITA here at Ohio State, defeating a Buckeye in the round of 16, quarters, and semis and beat Buckeye commit Nicole Flower in the final. Raymond is solid, but a joke because all she would do would hit some solid shots, then moonball FOREVER. Everyone thought it was so stupid that she had to moonball to win. 2 girls from Purdue beat Haviland/Hubbs from OSU, because Hubbs had to make it to her class because her final is on tomorrow :lol:

I guess the 4 Buckeyes that she beat would think her game was a joke.......that makes it easier for them to feel good about their game :)

Just being a smart$#@ but, how many times have you seen a player get upset with an opponent for not hitting the kind of ball they 'need'? I see it all the time and think it is funny that they don't use their results as a motivation to learn how to beat that player vs. complaining about 'moonballs'.

To beat that player, you need to hit through the player consistently....and I guess the Buckeye's didn't have that kind of horsepower?

Other thoughts?

tennisbuddy12
Jul 20th, 2010, 11:30 PM
I guess the 4 Buckeyes that she beat would think her game was a joke.......that makes it easier for them to feel good about their game :)

Just being a smart$#@ but, how many times have you seen a player get upset with an opponent for not hitting the kind of ball they 'need'? I see it all the time and think it is funny that they don't use their results as a motivation to learn how to beat that player vs. complaining about 'moonballs'.

To beat that player, you need to hit through the player consistently....and I guess the Buckeye's didn't have that kind of horsepower?

Other thoughts?

The players only didn't think her game was a joke, coaches and some people watching thought so as well. She wasn't just a moonballer, she had solid groundstrokes, like really solid shots, but would follow them up with a moonball. She was down 2-6,1-4 against Escobedo, then Paloma re-aggravated an ankle injury and couldnt close it and quit at 2-6,7-5,(3-0ret.) in the R16. Then beat Gabby Steele in a 10 point tiebreak in the QF, I believe it was 6-1,5-7, (10-6). Fidan Manashirova fought hard and lost the first set in an hour and a half and fell apart 7-5,6-1. She beat Nicole Flower, who she just played doubles with last week 6-4,6-4. I will give credit where credit is due. SHE IS FIT!!! Definitely the fittest player at the event. And she had a bilateral stress fracture in 2007-2008.

But yeah, everyone was vocal at their displeasure after hitting an error. The Buckeyes were just over-aggressive. Raymond deserved to win the OF-F as she was WAY more consistent, but Paloma should have won the thing. It was a shame she hurt her ankle.

its_a_racquet
Jul 21st, 2010, 01:29 AM
The players only didn't think her game was a joke, coaches and some people watching thought so as well. She wasn't just a moonballer, she had solid groundstrokes, like really solid shots, but would follow them up with a moonball. She was down 2-6,1-4 against Escobedo, then Paloma re-aggravated an ankle injury and couldnt close it and quit at 2-6,7-5,(3-0ret.) in the R16. Then beat Gabby Steele in a 10 point tiebreak in the QF, I believe it was 6-1,5-7, (10-6). Fidan Manashirova fought hard and lost the first set in an hour and a half and fell apart 7-5,6-1. She beat Nicole Flower, who she just played doubles with last week 6-4,6-4. I will give credit where credit is due. SHE IS FIT!!! Definitely the fittest player at the event. And she had a bilateral stress fracture in 2007-2008.

But yeah, everyone was vocal at their displeasure after hitting an error. The Buckeyes were just over-aggressive. Raymond deserved to win the OF-F as she was WAY more consistent, but Paloma should have won the thing. It was a shame she hurt her ankle.


Good response especially about the fitness level. Yeah, Paloma does get injured a lot - she definitely has a lot of ice wrapped around her body after her matches. I would expect OSU coaches and spectators (who don't know any better to love players who can flatten the ball and hit consistent winners to say the same things as players.

But like I was saying, those players need to be stronger and more consistent to beat a player who can mix-it-up.............my two cents......

tennisbuddy12
Jul 21st, 2010, 02:30 AM
Good response especially about the fitness level. Yeah, Paloma does get injured a lot - she definitely has a lot of ice wrapped around her body after her matches. I would expect OSU coaches and spectators (who don't know any better to love players who can flatten the ball and hit consistent winners to say the same things as players.

But like I was saying, those players need to be stronger and more consistent to beat a player who can mix-it-up.............my two cents......

couldn't agree more!

yeah Paloma hurt her ankle in October and she didn't let it heal because of the dual season...

tennisfiend
Jul 21st, 2010, 03:58 AM
Looking for results of East Circuit (Dartmouth), Central Circuit (Kansas), and Mountain Circuit (New Mexico). Anyone know who made the finals in men's and women's singles for these circuits? Thanks.

gouci
Jul 21st, 2010, 04:32 AM
You can find it here. (http://www.itatennis.com/Events/SummerCircuit.htm)

gouci
Jul 27th, 2010, 06:36 PM
Cal Poly Pomona

Seeds
1. Lacey Smyth - Arizona
2. Kristina Smith - UCI
3. Alison Ramos - USC
4. Nikki Sanders - Texas Tech


Semi-Finals
- Smyth (AZ) def. Sanders (TT) 6-2,6-0
- Ramos (USC) def. Smith (UCI) 6-2,6-2

Finals
- Ramos (USC) def. Smyth (AZ) 1-6,6-3,10-2

fantic
Jul 28th, 2010, 05:07 AM
Smyth, definitely ready for college :worship:

2nd_serve
Jul 28th, 2010, 04:37 PM
fantic

Do you have a flickr or facebook with pictures? If so would you like to link it with your signature.

fantic
Jul 28th, 2010, 04:59 PM
sorry, it's private. If you wanna see please message me so I can give you the address, you can be my friend :lol:
Or I should make another outlet for pictures..blog isn't good, have to separately upload pics one by one :o
any suggestions, anyone?

2nd_serve
Jul 29th, 2010, 02:41 PM
sorry, it's private. If you wanna see please message me so I can give you the address, you can be my friend :lol:
Or I should make another outlet for pictures..blog isn't good, have to separately upload pics one by one :o
any suggestions, anyone?



Im new to using it, so that a limit on my recommendation, but http://posterous.com/ seems to be the hot site for using one location to update multiple social media sites.

fantic
Jul 29th, 2010, 03:10 PM
Im new to using it, so that a limit on my recommendation, but http://posterous.com/ seems to be the hot site for using one location to update multiple social media sites.

thx for the info

fantic
Jul 31st, 2010, 03:30 AM
made an acct (look my sig), but 2nd serve do you mean Riviera Circuit (so few) or Stanford WTA?

2nd_serve
Jul 31st, 2010, 09:16 PM
made an acct (look my sig), but 2nd serve do you mean Riviera Circuit (so few) or Stanford WTA?

Could be both!!!:bounce: One of your posts referred to you uploading pictures, and since I like your posts, I thought I'd like to see the pictures too.:lol::lol:

fantic
Aug 1st, 2010, 01:37 AM
ok :lol: but my pics aren't that high quality :lol:

2nd_serve
Aug 1st, 2010, 05:09 AM
Sometimes, I see a player's name and think the name sounds familiar and a picture lets me remember.

fantic
Aug 6th, 2010, 06:00 AM
To think of it, I already uploaded pics of Riviera at my blog :lol:

And thank God I uploaded all the photos of BW & SD before I lost the camera :o

fantic
Aug 11th, 2010, 01:40 PM
Interesting results;


KATE FULLER(UGA) d ANAMIKA BHARGAVA(PEPP) 3,3
JOELLE KISSELL (NC St) d ALEXANDRA ANGHELESCU(UGA) 3,4
COURTNEY COLLINS(MEMPHIS) d GINA SUAREZ(UNC) 46, 62, 10(4)
CHELCIE ABAJIAN (ILLINOIS) d FEATHERSTON(UNC) 2,3
ALEX CLAY(ALABAMA) d VIET HA NGO(GT) 2,3
NIDA HAMILTON d LAUREN MCHALE 75, 64
ALEX CLAY d KERI WONG 63, 46, 10(10)

QUARTERFINAL

ALEX CLAY d KATE FULLER 61, 26, 10(10)
ERIN VIERRA(VIRGINIA) d NIDA HAMILTON 1,0
MARY CLAYTON(DUKE) d JOCELYN FFRIEND(UNC) 36, 62, 10(5)
COURTNEY COLLINS (MEMPHIS) d EMILY FRASER(VIRGINIA) 2,3

SEMI

CLAY d VIERRA 4,3
CLATON d COLLINS 2,0

FINAL

CLAYTON d CLAY 46, 63, 10(5)

So both finalists will play at WAATC in October.

gouci
Aug 11th, 2010, 04:35 PM
Where was Lacey Smyth and Alison Ramos?

fantic
Aug 11th, 2010, 04:37 PM
Where was Lacey Smyth and Alison Ramos?

Dunno, but I do know that Alison was interning :lol: