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Tennisace
Sep 6th, 2007, 11:24 PM
http://www.itatennis.com/AllAmericanEntries/Women/selections.htm

Main Draw Oct. 4-7
Women's Singles
Note: 1 player per region / 07 All-Americans are auto
8 qualifiers from Qual

Ela Kaluder Arkansas
Fani Chifchieva Auburn
Zuzana Zemenova Baylor
Suzi Babos California
Diana Srebrovic Florida
Megan Alexander Florida
Csilla Borsanyi Florida
Melanie Gloria Fresno State
Kristi Miller Georgia Tech
Megan Falcon LSU
Laura Vallverdu Miami
Georgia Rose Northwestern
Lindsey Nelson Southern California
Sarah Fansler Southern California
Celia Durkin Stanford
Jessica Nguyen Stanford
Lindsay Burdette Stanford
Vanja Corovic Texas
Riza Zalameda UCLA
Tracy Lin UCLA
Amanda Taylor Vanderbilt
Megan Moulton-Levy William & Mary
Ragini Acharya William & Mary WC

Alternate List
1 Mijacika, Clemson
2 Dancevic, Georgia
3 Flower, Georgia Tech
4 Abdala, Arizona State
5 Uvarova, VCU

Women's Doubles Oct. 4-7
Note: 1 player per region / 07 All-Americans intact teams are auto
4 teams from Qual

Maryori Franco/Nanar Airapetian Arkansas
Ani Mijacika/Federica van Adrichem Clemson
Melissa Mang/Tory Zawacki Duke (WC)
Melanie Gloria/Tinesta Rowe Fresno State
Kristi Miller/Whitney McCray Georgia Tech
Megan Falcon/Hannah Robinson LSU
Brook Buck/Kelcy Tefft Notre Dame
Sylvia Kosakowski/Bianca Dulgheru Pepperdine
Riza Zalameda/Yasmin Schnack UCLA
Elena Gantcheva /Kristina Nedeltcheva UNLV
Megan Moulton-Levy/Katarina Zoricic William & Mary

Alternate List
1 Haney/Koning, Auburn
2 Srebrovic/Borsanyi, Florida
3 Whoriskey/Zubor, Tennessee
4 McGoodwin/Joelson, UCLA
5 Sydorska/Harkins, TCU


Qualifying Oct. 2-3
Women's Singles
Note: 4 players per region
8 qualifiers from PQ

Danielle Steinberg Arizona
Nadia Abdala Arizona State
Lenka Broosova Baylor
Anastasia Surkova BYU
Cristina Visico California
Stephanie Kusano California
Estefania Balda Clemson
Carol Salge Clemson
Ani Mijacika Clemson
Monica Milewski Colorado
Mallory Voelker Denver
Annette Aksdal Denver
Melissa Mang Duke
Ellah Nze Duke (WC)
Vanessa Frankowski Eastern Michigan
Anastasia Revzina Florida
Lauren Macfarlane Florida State
Renata Kucerkova Fresno State
Anastasia Petukhova Fresno State
Yvette Hyndman Georgia
Monika Dancevic Georgia
Kirsten Flower Georgia Tech
Christy Striplin Georgia Tech
Amanda McDowell Georgia Tech
Whitney McCray Georgia Tech
Beier Ko Harvard University
Jennifer Migan Indiana State
Pavla Mesterova Loyola Marymount
Kellie Schmitt Marshall
Chisako Sugiyama Michigan
Martina Banikova Mississippi State
Daria Petrovic NC State
Imke Reimers Nebraska
Sanaz Marand North Carolina
Austin Smith North Carolina
Samantha Murray Northwestern
Brook Buck Notre Dame
Sylvia Kosakowski Pepperdine
Bianca Dulgheru Pepperdine
Melissa Saiontz Princeton
Katrina Zheltova Sacramento State
Gira Schofield South Carolina
Ana Marija Zubori South Carolina
Amanda Fink Southern California
whitney Deason Stanford
Anna Sydorska TCU
Nina Munch-Soegaard TCU
Macall Harkins TCU
Yasmin Schnack UCLA
Elena Gantcheva UNLV
Catherine Newman Vanderbilt
Taka Bertrand Vanderbilt
Tatsiana Uvarova VCU
Alex Hirsch Wake Forest
Katarina Zoricic William & Mary

Alternate List
1 Joelson, UCLA
2 Gioia, Furman
3 Liu, Northwestern
4 Zauft, Texas
5 Potgieter, Texas A&M
6 Lumpkin, UCLA
7 Grady, Long Beach State


Women's Doubles Oct. 2-3
2 per region
4 teams from PQ

Alex Haney/Melissa Koning Auburn
Anastasia Surkova/Dolly Chang BYU
Suzi Babos/Marina Cossou California
D. Srebrovic/C. Borsanyi Florida
W. Benik/A. Revzina Florida
Lauren Macfarlane/Carolin Walter Florida State
Renata Kucerkova/Anastasia Petukhova Fresno State
Yvette Hyndman /Kelly Hyndman Georgia
Jennifer Migan/Joanne Schickerling Indiana State
Elizaveta Avdeeva/Edina Horvath Kansas
Kellie Schmitt/Karolina Soor Marshall
Laura Vallverdu/Michaela Kissell Miami
Sanaz Marand/Austin Smith North Carolina
Ekaterina Kosminskaya/Julia Koulbitskaya Penn
Taylor Marable/Rebecca Parks Princeton (WC)
Natalia Bubien/Claire Rietsch SMU
Gira Schofield/Ana Marija Zubori South Carolina
Celia Durkin /Jessica Nguyen Stanford
Lindsay Burdette/Hilary Barte Stanford
Anna Sydorska/Macall Harkins TCU
Caitlin Whoriskey/Zsofia Zubor Tennessee
Ashley Joelson/Alex McGoodwin UCLA
Elizabeth Lumpkin/Stephanie Wetmore UCLA
Amanda Taylor/Courtney Ulery Vanderbilt
Ana Jerman/Sasha Kulikova Wake Forest
Kirsten Pahl/Priyanka Parekh Western Michigan

Alternate List
1 Carol Salge /Estefania Balda, Clemson University
2 Nelson/Sanchez, USC
3 Elizabeth Plotkin/Ellah Nze Duke University
4 Marija Milic/Vanja Corovic Univ. of Texas at Austin
5 Caroline Bailly/Maria Mizyuk Univ. of Nevada
6 Romy Farah/Bianca Eichkorn, Univ. of Miami (Florida)

Prequalifying Sept. 29-30
Women's Singles
4 per region

Aurelija Miseviciute Arkansas
Alexandra Haney Auburn
Melissa Koning Auburn
Lana Krasanopolsky Boston College
Brittany Blalock Cal Poly
Federica van Adrichem Clemson
Elizabeth Kobak Columbia
Ute Schnoy Denver
Dunja Antunovic DePaul
Reka Zsilinszka Duke
Amanda Granson Duke
Elizabeth Plotkin Duke
Carolin Walter Florida State
Ania Rynarzewska Florida State
Tinesta Rowe Fresno State
Laura Gioia Furman
Kelly Hyndman Georgia
Maya Johansson Georgia Tech
Megan Fudge Illinois
Jacqueline Lee Iowa
Elizaveta Avdeeva Kansas
Sarah Woestmann Kentucky
Carolina Escamilla Kentucky
Romy Farah Miami
Maria Mizyuk Nevada
Caroline Bailly Nevada
Lauren Lui Northwestern
Ally Mueller Ohio State
Ekaterina Kosminskaya Penn
Yulia Rivelis Penn
Julia Koulbitskaya Penn
Ivana King Princeton
Brooke Beier Purdue
Julie Chao Rice
Anastassia Lyssenko Sacramento State
Monica Wiesener San Diego
Natalia Bubien SMU
Maria Sanchez Southern California
Gabriela Niculescu Southern California
Cristala Andrews Southern California
Leyla Entekhabi Southern California
Stephanie Davison Texas
Courtney Zauft Texas
Samantha Van Der Drift Texas Tech
Janet Durham Texas Tech
klara Jagosova Texas-Arlington
Becky Bernhard UC Irvine
Inna Agababian UC Irvine
Elizabeth Lumpkin UCLA
Alex McGoodwin UCLA
Andrea Remynse UCLA
Ashley Joelson UCLA
Liz Ferris Utah
Sasha Kulikova Wake Forest
Ana Jerman Wake Forest
Sierra Poske Wake Forest
Katarina Reveche Wake Forest
Ekaterina Burduli Washington State
Kirsten Pahl Western Michigan
Florentina Hanisch Wichita State
Lenore Lazaroiu Wichita State
Janet Kim Yale

Alternate List
1 Noelle Hickey Georgia Tech - in
2 Maggie Mello Texas - in
3 Delia Damaschin Arkansas
4 Katarina Milinkovic DePaul
5 Kewa Nichols TCU
6 Anete Bandere Pepperdine
7 Allessandra Ferrazzi Minnesota
8 Caroline Larsson Texas
9 Tory Zawacki Duke
10 Caren Seenauth Miami
11 Samantha Mouly San Diego
12 Karolina Soor Marshall
13 Clare Fermin UC Irvine
14 Alexis Dorr Iowa
15 Rebecca Parks Princeton
16 Federica Suess Florida State

Women's Doubles Sept. 29-30
4 per region

Ela Kaluder/Aurelija Miseviciute Arkansas
Whitney Chappell/Fani Chifchieva Auburn
Lana Krasanopolsky/Dasha Cherkasov Boston College
Carol Salge/Estefania Balda Clemson
Dunja Antunovic/Katarina Milinkovic DePaul
Elizabeth Plotkin /Ellah Nze Duke
Amanda Granson/Jessi Robinson Duke
Naoko Ueshima/Monika Dancevic Georgia
Johansson/Flower Georgia Tech
McDowell/Striplin Georgia Tech
Beier Ko/Stephanie Shnitter Harvard
Megan Fudge/Leigh Finnegan Illinois
Carolina Escamilla/Lauren Meier Kentucky
Pavla Mesterova /Tamara Tanner Loyola Marymount
Bianca Eichkorn/Romy Farah Miami
Caren Seenauth/Gina Sabatino Miami
Martina Banikova/Radka Ferancova Mississippi State
Maria Mizyuk/Caroline Bailly Nevada
Samantha Murray/Lauren Lui Northwestern
Luba Schifris/Katrina Zheltova Sacramento State
Luba Schifris/Katrina Zheltova Sacramento State
Lindsay Kinstler/Cristala Andrews Southern Cal
Lindsey Nelson/Maria Sanchez Southern California
Amanda Fink/Gabriela Niculescu Southern California
Sarah Fansler/Leyla Entekhabi Southern California
Kewa Nichols/Nina Munch-Soegaard TCU
Vanja Corovic/Marija Milic Texas
Stephanie Davison/Maggie Mello Texas
Courtney Zauft/Caroline Larsson Texas
Becky Bernhard/Clare Fermin UC Irvine
Tracy Lin/Andrea Remynse UCLA
Florentina Hanisch/Lenore Lazaroiu Wichita State
Magdalena Bresson/Ragini Acharya William & Mary

Alternate List
1 Wiesener/Mouly San Diego
2 Megan Broderick/Sarah Woestmann Kentucky
3 Katie Rybakova/Ania Rynarzewska Florida State
4 Elizabeth Kobak/Sydney Murray Columbia
5 Adrienne Elsberry/Cameron Ellis Georgia
6 Dorr/Lee Iowa
7 Lindsay Clark/Lauren Ritz Yale
8 Sierra Poske/Emilee Malvehy Wake Forest
9 Vanessa Frankowski/Sandra Wikstrom Eastern Michigan
10 Julie Chao/Rebekka Hanle Rice
11 Durham/Garland Texas Tech

Tennisace
Sep 6th, 2007, 11:32 PM
The fall season is around the corner and the 1st slam of the NCAA season is up for grabs. I love this tournament because you get to see how some of the new faces will do and see the new doubles teams.

Cal was dealt a huge blow given that Nina Henkel will not return (I have yet to find out the reason). Interesting to see Hilary Barte join Stanford, she'll definitely seal the bottom of the line-up. USC is stacked this year. In my opinion USC, UCLA, and Georgia Tech (slightly behind) are the front runners for the NCAA team title.

tennis_pIayer
Oct 1st, 2007, 02:19 AM
The fall season is around the corner and the 1st slam of the NCAA season is up for grabs. I love this tournament because you get to see how some of the new faces will do and see the new doubles teams.

Cal was dealt a huge blow given that Nina Henkel will not return (I have yet to find out the reason). Interesting to see Hilary Barte join Stanford, she'll definitely seal the bottom of the line-up. USC is stacked this year. In my opinion USC, UCLA, and Georgia Tech (slightly behind) are the front runners for the NCAA team title.


FOr sure cal's lost a lot. I mean, when henkel doesn't come back, that means they lose BOTH fodor and henkel.

USc is good, especially the top 4. Nelson, fansler, fink and niculescu. It'll be interesting to see who 2-4 are gonna be. niculescu i'm sure is a real creative player. she cheered on the team last year from the sidelines, and i'm sure she's dying to go out there and help out. They also got 4 great freshman players who'll be a step below the other 4, but they are all very good. They'll battle it out for the last 2 positions, but with the depth it allows players to rest when they are slightly injured. but usc tends to underachieve so we'll see.

ucla is also very good. sampras always gets em ready for the big matches. Duke should also be up there, along w/ florida and stanford. hilary barte will probably play top 3. Durkin, ngyuyen and barte.

Tennisace
Oct 1st, 2007, 11:48 PM
FOr sure cal's lost a lot. I mean, when henkel doesn't come back, that means they lose BOTH fodor and henkel.

USc is good, especially the top 4. Nelson, fansler, fink and niculescu. It'll be interesting to see who 2-4 are gonna be. niculescu i'm sure is a real creative player. she cheered on the team last year from the sidelines, and i'm sure she's dying to go out there and help out. They also got 4 great freshman players who'll be a step below the other 4, but they are all very good. They'll battle it out for the last 2 positions, but with the depth it allows players to rest when they are slightly injured. but usc tends to underachieve so we'll see.

ucla is also very good. sampras always gets em ready for the big matches. Duke should also be up there, along w/ florida and stanford. hilary barte will probably play top 3. Durkin, ngyuyen and barte.

Its really a shame for Cal that Henkel is no longer on the team. Cal had a great team last year that was able to compete with USC, UCLA, and Stanford. This year they'll return to being fourth best in the Pac-10. To compete for the NCAA title you really need 4 (almost 5 top girls who can't be beat).

USC definitely has tremendous depth. The four freshman though didn't start the season off on the right foot. With Sanchez, Andrews, and Entekhabi all going down in the first round of pre-qualifying. Its not the end of the world but definitely not the start they would have wanted.

For Stanford I think the line-up is going to be 1. Durkin, 2. Nguyen, 3. Burdette, 4. Deason, 5. Barte, 6. Hodzic/Yen/McVeigh. They usually tend to build their line-up by class with Amber Liu being the exception in the last couple of years.

Tennisace
Oct 6th, 2007, 01:08 AM
http://www.itatennis.com/AllAmericanEntries/RivieraMainDraws07.htm

Georgia Tech is showing incredible depth early in the year. Amanda Craddock from last year's team appears to have left the team. It'll be interesting to see if she transfers to another school.

auntie janie
Oct 7th, 2007, 09:17 PM
I hadn't heard that Hilary Barte decided to go to Stanford! I thought she was going to turn pro. But I think it's a great decision. Hope she has a great year with the Cardinals.

tucker1989
Oct 7th, 2007, 10:17 PM
Babos repeats as champion, beating Mijacika 7-5, 2-6, 6-2

Tennisace
Oct 8th, 2007, 02:28 AM
I hadn't heard that Hilary Barte decided to go to Stanford! I thought she was going to turn pro. But I think it's a great decision. Hope she has a great year with the Cardinals.

Barte disappeared off of recruiting lists near the end of May/June when she started playing ITF events in Europe. I think most people assumed that she was going to give the pros a try, which in my opinion would have been a bad choice. Her game isn't good enough.

Tennisace
Oct 8th, 2007, 02:32 AM
Babos repeats as champion, beating Mijacika 7-5, 2-6, 6-2

Woohoo, lets' go Babos. I'm a bit surprised she was able to defend. She didn't face any of the top players but rather players that were playing well. I've always felt that she was a top player but not necessarily top 5. Don't get me wrong I'm a big Babos and Cal fan having gone their myself. Let's hope she has a big run at the Indoors down the road and eventually NCAA's in the spring.

Yelsey
Oct 14th, 2007, 05:40 AM
Its really a shame for Cal that Henkel is no longer on the team. Cal had a great team last year that was able to compete with USC, UCLA, and Stanford. This year they'll return to being fourth best in the Pac-10. To compete for the NCAA title you really need 4 (almost 5 top girls who can't be beat).

USC definitely has tremendous depth. The four freshman though didn't start the season off on the right foot. With Sanchez, Andrews, and Entekhabi all going down in the first round of pre-qualifying. Its not the end of the world but definitely not the start they would have wanted.

For Stanford I think the line-up is going to be 1. Durkin, 2. Nguyen, 3. Burdette, 4. Deason, 5. Barte, 6. Hodzic/Yen/McVeigh. They usually tend to build their line-up by class with Amber Liu being the exception in the last couple of years.

Wow.. I'm pretty surprised at how knowledgeable all of you are on this board! But yes, we do see a change in the line-up, as you mentioned... Coach Lele will definitely let the younger players play in the top positions against lower ranked teams so they'll gain more experience... Barte actually just played doubles with Amber at San Francisco :)