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Tennisace
Dec 11th, 2007, 07:24 PM
1st Round Main Draw
#1 Stanford def. Baylor 4-2
#8 Miami def. William & Mary 4-1
#4 Georgia Tech def. Wisconsin 4-0
#5 Georgia def. Notre Dame 4-2

#6 California def. Clemson 4-2
#3 Northwestern def. Fresno State 4-1
#7 Southern California def. Arkansas 4-3
North Carolina def. #2 UCLA 4-3

Quarterfinals
#1 Stanford def. #8 Miami 4-3
#4 Georgia Tech def. #5 Georgia 7-0
#3 Northwestern def. #6 California 4-0
North Carolina def. #7 Southern California 4-3

Semifinals
#4 Georgia Tech def. #1 Stanford 4-3
#3 Northwestern def. North Carolina 4-0

Finals
#4 Georgia Tech def. #3 Northwestern 4-2
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Quarterfinals Consolation
#8 Miami def. #6 California 4-3
#5 Georgia def. #7 Southern California 4-3
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Consolation Draw Day 1
Fresno State def. Clemson 5-1
#2 UCLA def. Arkansas 4-3
Notre Dame def. William & Mary 4-3
Baylor def. Wisconsin 7-0

Consolation Draw Day 2
Fresno State def. Arkansas 4-3
UCLA def. Clemson 5-2
Baylor def. Notre Dame 5-1
William & Mary def. Wisconsin 5-2

tucker1989
Dec 11th, 2007, 11:28 PM
Cool! When/Where is this?

Tennisace
Dec 12th, 2007, 01:33 AM
The tournament is hosted by the University of Wisconsin, Madison on February 7-10, 2008.

Tennisace
Jan 23rd, 2008, 07:40 AM
Arkansas is a slightly odd choice for Indoors, they're ranked No. 53 in the first team rankings. While I understand that they currently have the No. 1 player in the nation, I don't know if they'll be able to compete against the other teams (besides Wisconsin).

Tennisace
Feb 4th, 2008, 08:58 PM
The draws are up. Despite Notre Dame's poor form, the have a winnable match against Georgia. The Pac-10 schools are at a slight disadvantage given that they don't play indoors and they haven't played many matches due to the rains of the past two weeks.

Tennisace
Feb 4th, 2008, 10:35 PM
My Predictions

1st Round
#1 Stanford def. Baylor 6-1
#8 Miami def. William & Mary 4-3
#4 Georgia Tech def. Wisconsin 7-0
Notre Dame def. #5 Georgia 4-3

#6 California def. Clemson 5-2
#3 Northwestern def. Fresno State 5-2
#7 Southern California def. Arkansas 6-1
#2 UCLA def. North Carolina 5-2

Quarterfinals
#1 Stanford def. #8 Miami 7-0
#4 Georgia Tech def. Notre Dame 7-0

#3 Northwestern def. #6 California 5-2
#2 UCLA def. #7 Southern California 4-3

Semifinals
#4 Georgia Tech def. #1 Stanford 5-2
#2 UCLA def. #3 Northwestern 4-3

Finals
#2 UCLA def. #4 Georgia Tech 4-3

Tennisace
Feb 7th, 2008, 08:28 PM
So much for my prediction that UCLA would win the tournament. On a note of interest, Yasmin Schnack did not play singles which I think would have made the difference (she did play doubles). Schnack would have played either No. 3/4

In the original draw, UCLA was to play Fresno State and Northwestern was to play UNC. Does anyone know why it was flip flopped?

Tennisace
Feb 9th, 2008, 02:42 AM
The flip-flop in matches in both the main draw and consolation is occurring to avoid playing matches with teams that will meet outside of the Indoors.

For example, Fresno State and UCLA are scheduled to play later in the year as were UNC and Northwestern. Hence the flip. This happens in the consolation draw as well.

Tennisace
Feb 12th, 2008, 01:32 AM
Georgia Tech defends.

I was surprised at the fight Miami, Georgia, and Arkansas gave especially since they have much weaker No. 5 and No. 6 players.

Tennisace
Feb 12th, 2008, 02:07 AM
I don't know if it's necessarily cheating but I found it odd how some teams would flip-flop positions on their teams. For example, UNC switched up Tsang and Marand twice. Tsang played No. 1 and lost against UCLA and Marand won at No. 2. In their next match against USC it made sense that they switched spots, but when they played against Northwestern they switched back to Tsang at No. 1. It seems a bit obvious that UNC was matching against their opponents as opposed to sticking to order of strength.

Northwestern also did a couple of flip-flops against Georgia Tech with their No. 1 and No. 2 and their No. 4 and No. 5.

Below is the first edition of the Indoor All Tournament Team

2008 ITA National Women's Team Indoor Championships All-Tournament Team
Singles
No. 1 - Kristi Miller, Georgia Tech
No. 2 - Georgia Rose, Northwestern
No. 3 - Michaela Kissell, Miami
No. 4 - Celia Durkin, Stanford
No. 5 - Kirsten Flower, Georgia Tech
No. 6 - Suzie Matzenauer, Northwestern
Doubles
No. 1 - Kirsten Flower and Kristi Miller, Georgia Tech
No. 2 - Whitney Deason and Jessica Nguyen, Stanford
No. 3 - Noelle Hickey and Christy Striplin, Georgia Tech

cheo23
Feb 14th, 2008, 07:03 PM
Oh My goD!!!!! Poor STanford!!!!! Now that AMber Liu, Anne Yelsey and Alice Barnes are Gone, they are Crumbling!!!!!!!