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fantic
May 4th, 2010, 08:01 PM
Women’s National Doubles Rankings
Administered by the ITA
NCAA Division I Tennis
May 3, 2010

Rank Avg Player Player School
1 72.22 Caitlin Whoriskey Natalie Pluskota University of Tennessee
2 66.13 Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
3 65.88 Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik University of Notre Dame
4 61.11 Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA
5 60.71 Marrit Boonstra Allie Will University of Florida
6 56.9 Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu University of Miami (Florida)
7 51 Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson University
8 48.99 Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist University of Georgia
9 43.94 Mari Andersson Jana Juricova California
10 42.59 Caitlin Whoriskey Maria Sorbello University of Tennessee
11 42.49 Lenka Broosova Csilla Borsanyi Baylor University
12 40.48 Karen Nijssen Kristi Boxx University of Mississippi
13 33.81 Sophie Grabinski Sanaz Marand North Carolina
14 30.71 Sonja Molnar Merel Beelen Univ. of Iowa
15 29.23 Ana Zubori Dijana Stojic University of South Carolina
16 28.42 Melissa Koning Irene Rehberger University of South Florida
17 27.69 Alexa Guarachi Courtney McLane University of Alabama
18 27.09 Anna Redecsi Selma Salkovic DePaul University
19 25.33 Whitney Taney Rika Tatsuno University of Michigan
20 25.06 Lauren Embree Allie Will University of Florida
21 24.75 Denise Dy Joyce Ardies University of Washington
22 21.49 Sasha Kulikova Kathryn Talbert Wake Forest University
23 21.44 Irina Falconi Sasha Krupina Georgia Tech
24 21.28 Lauren Lui Elena Chernyakova Northwestern University
25 20.97 Jennifer Stevens Hana Tomlijanovic University of Virginia
26 19.37 Lauren Embree Anastasia Revzina University of Florida
27 16.99 Taylor Marable Hilary Bartlett Princeton University
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Dunno the cutline. (I think form said 25 or something, and since Whoriskey has 2 rankings :worship: and Will too)

Wait..no Kucerkova/Petukhova? :bigcry:

Last NCAA's big upsets;

Fahoum/Haarhoff def. Granson/Mang
Boonstra/Mather def. Grabinski/Marand
Borsanyi/Broosova def. Mijacika/Wong
Escamilla/Lilley def. Remynse/Schnack
Bek/Hadziselimovic def. Gilchrist/Gullickson
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Pluskota/Whoriskey def Frilling/Tefft
Hein/McKenna def. Boonstra/Mather

barboza
May 5th, 2010, 09:56 AM
Wouldn't it be 32, since it's a 32-field tournament?

Embittered
May 5th, 2010, 12:34 PM
Wouldn't it be 32, since it's a 32-field tournament?
form posted that conferences with a ranked pair (or player, for the singles) get a place in the draw. So we can expect to see pairs like no. 37 Holly Dowse / Emma Hayman (College of Charleston) in the draw. I think.

johnnytennis
May 5th, 2010, 04:26 PM
form posted that conferences with a ranked pair (or player, for the singles) get a place in the draw. So we can expect to see pairs like no. 37 Holly Dowse / Emma Hayman (College of Charleston) in the draw. I think.
If I was going to guess and take the players with multiple doubles rankings in top 32 and only use that persons best ranked team and eliminate the others, this would be my prediction on the individual doubles.

1 Caitlin WhoriskeyNatalie Pluskota University of Tennessee
2 Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
3 Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik University of Notre Dame
4 Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA
5 Marrit Boonstra Allie Will University of Florida
6 Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu University of Miami
7 Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson University
8 Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist University of Georgia
9 Mari Andersson Jana Juricova California
10 Lenka Broosova Csilla Borsanyi Baylor University
11 Karen Nijssen Kristi Boxx University of Mississippi
12 Sophie Grabinski Sanaz Marand North Carolina
13 Sonja Molnar Merel Beelen Univ. of Iowa
14 Ana Zubori Dijana Stojic University of South Carolina
15 Melissa Koning Irene Rehberger University of S. Florida
16 Alexa Guarachi Courtney McLane University of Alabama
17 Anna Redecsi Selma Salkovic DePaul University
18 Whitney Taney Rika Tatsuno University of Michigan
19 Denise Dy Joyce Ardies University of Washington
20 Sasha Kulikova Kathryn Talbert Wake Forest University
21 Irina Falconi Sasha Krupina Georgia Tech
22 Lauren Lui Elena Chernyakova Northwestern University
23 Jennifer Stevens Hana Tomlijanovic University of Virginia
24 Ina Hadziselimovic Keri Wong Clemson University
25 Lauren Embree Joanna Mather University of Florida
26 Rosalia Alda Zsofia Zubor University of Tennessee
27 Katrina Tsang Shinann Featherston North Carolina
28 Amanda Granson Ellah Nze Duke University
29 Chelsea Preeg Jackie Wu Vanderbilt University
30 Elz Potgieter Nazari Urbina Texas A&M University
31 Michaela Kissell Dominica Zaprazna Marshall University
32 Bianca Eichkorn Anna Bartenstein University of Miami

fantic
May 5th, 2010, 08:34 PM
I don't know what will happen to Pluskota/Whoriskey. Pluskota missed most of the dual season, and now Whoriskey is teaming up with

Sorbello.

Same goes to Fresno St. Petukhova wasn't operational, so Kucerkova had to team up with another player.

Just too bad :sad:

And watch out for Remynse/Schnack. They just annihilated the pac-10 opponents at Ojai, including the

Indoors champ Barte/Burdette.

(Granted Andersson/Juricova didn't play, but still)

And Bek/Hadziselimovic always defeats Gilchrist/Gullickson, it's funny :lol:

fantic
May 16th, 2010, 08:20 PM
Bolded ones and all PAC 10 teams have my blessings.

I predict Remynse/Schnack will go far. But my no. 1 pick is the FANTASTIC Pluskota/Whoriskey! :cheer:

DOUBLES

Automatic qualifications (16), listed alphabetically by conference:

Atlantic Coast Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)
Atlantic Sun Valentina Galbarini Carolina de los Santos Stetson
Big East Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik Notre Dame
Big Ten Whitney Taney Rika Tatsuno Michigan
Big 12 Lenka Broosova Csilla Borsanyi Baylor
Big West Suzie Matzenauer Brittany Blalock Cal Poly
Colonial Nadine Fahoum Joanna Dobrowolska Old Dominion
C-USA Michaela Kissell Dominica Zaprazna Marshall
Ivy Taylor Marable Hilary Bartlett Princeton
Missouri Valley Delia Damaschin Stephanie Dalmacio Wichita State
Mountain West Katariina Tuohimaa Kayla Duncan TCU
Pacific-10 Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
SEC Caitlin Whoriskey Natalie Pluskota Tennessee
Southern Holly Dowse Emma Hayman College of Charleston
Sun Belt Sophia Bergner Ute Schnoy Denver
WAC Lauren Megale Pichittra Thongdach Boise State

At-large selections (16), listed alphabetically by institution:

Alexa Guarachi Courtney McLane Alabama
Mari Andersson Jana Juricova California
Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson
Anna Redecsi Selma Salkovic DePaul
Marrit Boonstra Allie Will Florida
Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist Georgia
Irina Falconi Sasha Krupina Georgia Tech
Sonja Molnar Merel Beelen Iowa
Karen Nijssen Kristi Boxx Mississippi
Sophie Grabinski Sanaz Marand North Carolina
Lauren Lui Elena Chernyakova Northwestern
Ana Zubori Dijana Stojic South Carolina
Melissa Koning Irene Rehberger South Florida
Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA
Sasha Kulikova Kathryn Talbert Wake Forest
Denise Dy Joyce Ardies Washington

ALTERNATES:

1. Caitlin Whoriskey * Maria Sorbello Tennessee

:tape: Whoriskey the 1st alternate Too bad for Sorbello, she did well at the dual season..

2. Lauren Embree Allie Will * Florida
3. Lauren Embree Anastasia Revzina Florida
4. Ina Hadziselimovic * Keri Wong Clemson
5. Rosalia Alda Zsofia Zubor Tennessee
6. Katrina Tsang Shinann Featherston North Carolina
7. Amanda Granson Ellah Nze Duke
8. Chelsea Preeg Jackie Wu Vanderbilt
9. Elz Potgieter Nazari Urbina Texas A&M
10. Bianca Eichkorn Anna Bartenstein Miami (Florida)


* If a student-athlete would have been selected to the championship with two different partners, that
student-athlete has the ability to be an alternate in the draw with the other partner. This only comes
into play if the student-athlete not listed on both teams is unable to participate.

Seeds 1-4:

1. Caitlin Whoriskey Natalie Pluskota Tennessee
2. Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
3. Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik Notre Dame
4. Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA

Seeds 5-8, listed alphabetically by institution:

Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson
Marrit Boonstra Allie Will Florida
Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist Georgia
Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)

johnnytennis
May 17th, 2010, 03:26 AM
Bolded ones and all PAC 10 teams have my blessings.

I predict Remynse/Schnack will go far. But my no. 1 pick is the FANTASTIC Pluskota/Whoriskey! :cheer:

DOUBLES

Automatic qualifications (16), listed alphabetically by conference:

Atlantic Coast Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)
Atlantic Sun Valentina Galbarini Carolina de los Santos Stetson
Big East Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik Notre Dame
Big Ten Whitney Taney Rika Tatsuno Michigan
Big 12 Lenka Broosova Csilla Borsanyi Baylor
Big West Suzie Matzenauer Brittany Blalock Cal Poly
Colonial Nadine Fahoum Joanna Dobrowolska Old Dominion
C-USA Michaela Kissell Dominica Zaprazna Marshall
Ivy Taylor Marable Hilary Bartlett Princeton
Missouri Valley Delia Damaschin Stephanie Dalmacio Wichita State
Mountain West Katariina Tuohimaa Kayla Duncan TCU
Pacific-10 Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
SEC Caitlin Whoriskey Natalie Pluskota Tennessee
Southern Holly Dowse Emma Hayman College of Charleston
Sun Belt Sophia Bergner Ute Schnoy Denver
WAC Lauren Megale Pichittra Thongdach Boise State

At-large selections (16), listed alphabetically by institution:

Alexa Guarachi Courtney McLane Alabama
Mari Andersson Jana Juricova California
Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson
Anna Redecsi Selma Salkovic DePaul
Marrit Boonstra Allie Will Florida
Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist Georgia
Irina Falconi Sasha Krupina Georgia Tech
Sonja Molnar Merel Beelen Iowa
Karen Nijssen Kristi Boxx Mississippi
Sophie Grabinski Sanaz Marand North Carolina
Lauren Lui Elena Chernyakova Northwestern
Ana Zubori Dijana Stojic South Carolina
Melissa Koning Irene Rehberger South Florida
Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA
Sasha Kulikova Kathryn Talbert Wake Forest
Denise Dy Joyce Ardies Washington

ALTERNATES:

1. Caitlin Whoriskey * Maria Sorbello Tennessee

:tape: Whoriskey the 1st alternate Too bad for Sorbello, she did well at the dual season..

2. Lauren Embree Allie Will * Florida
3. Lauren Embree Anastasia Revzina Florida
4. Ina Hadziselimovic * Keri Wong Clemson
5. Rosalia Alda Zsofia Zubor Tennessee
6. Katrina Tsang Shinann Featherston North Carolina
7. Amanda Granson Ellah Nze Duke
8. Chelsea Preeg Jackie Wu Vanderbilt
9. Elz Potgieter Nazari Urbina Texas A&M
10. Bianca Eichkorn Anna Bartenstein Miami (Florida)


* If a student-athlete would have been selected to the championship with two different partners, that
student-athlete has the ability to be an alternate in the draw with the other partner. This only comes
into play if the student-athlete not listed on both teams is unable to participate.

Seeds 1-4:

1. Caitlin Whoriskey Natalie Pluskota Tennessee
2. Lindsay Burdette Hilary Barte Stanford
3. Kristy Frilling Kali Krisik Notre Dame
4. Andrea Remynse Yasmin Schnack UCLA

Seeds 5-8, listed alphabetically by institution:

Josipa Bek Ina Hadziselimovic Clemson
Marrit Boonstra Allie Will Florida
Chelsey Gullickson Nadja Gilchrist Georgia
Gabriela Mejia Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)

I dont want to sound like a homer but Michigan's No. 1 doubles team which is ranked No. 19 and has won 15 matches in a row, I think is very under-rated. I will be anxious to see how they do against Tennessee's No. 1 ranked team of Whoriskey/Pluskota on Thursday when they play them.

fantic
May 17th, 2010, 07:57 AM
Well the TENN duo does lack match time due to Pluskota's recent comback, so who knows. :)

But when they occupy the net area, game ended. Expect spectacular volleys ( a lot of them BH) from them :drool:

fantic
May 17th, 2010, 08:01 AM
and let's mourn the loss of last year's #1, FSU's Kucerkova/Petukhova :bigcry:

johnnytennis
May 25th, 2010, 07:19 PM
Here is the Doubles Draw for tomorrow. I look at this and wonder if they pull the names out of a hat when picking the draw. Some of these dont make sense based on their national ranking posted to the left.
Would someone that knows what they are talking about please comment on how the draws are put together?


Rank Doubles
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1 Natalie Pluskota
Caitlin Whoriskey (1), Tennessee
21 Joyce Ardies
Denise Dy, Washington
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18 Anna Redecsi
Selma Salkovic, DePaul
37 Holly Dowse
Emma Hayman, College of Charleston
__________________________________
5 Marrit Boonstra
Allie Will (5-8), Florida
19 Whitney Taney
Rika Tatsuno, Michigan
__________________________________
40 Stephanie Dalmacio
Delia Damaschin, Wichita State
57 Carolina de los Santos
Valentina Galbarini, Stetson
__________________________________
3 Kristy Frilling
Kali Krisik (3), Notre Dame
13 Sophie Grabinsk
Sanaz Marand, North Carolina
__________________________________
24 Elena Chernyakova
Lauren Lui, Northwestern
46 Kayla Duncan
Katariina Tuohimaa, TCU
__________________________________
8 Nadja Gilchrist
Chelsey Gullickson (5-8), Georgia
14 Merel Beelen
Sonja Molnar, Iowa
__________________________________
22 Sasha Kulikova
Kathryn Talbert, Wake Forest
12 Kristi Boxx
Karen Nijssen, Ole Miss
__________________________________
26 Lauren Embree
Anastasia Revzina, Florida
9 Mari Andersson
Jana Juricova, California
__________________________________
54 Sophia Bergner
Ute Schnoy, Denver
6 Gabriela Mejia
Laura Vallverdu (5-8), Miami
__________________________________
27 Hilary Bartlett
Taylor Marable, Princeton
18 Melissa Koning
Irene Rehberger, South Florida
__________________________________
52 Joanna Dobrowolska
Nadine Fahoum, Old Dominion
4 Andrea Remynse
Yasmin Schnack (4), UCLA
__________________________________
48 Brittany Blalock
Suzie Matzenauer, Cal Poly
11 Csilla Borsanyi
Lenka Broosova, Baylor
__________________________________
35 Michaela Kissell
Dominica Zaprazna, Marshall
7 Josipa Bek
Ina Hadziselimovic (5-8), Clemson
__________________________________
45 Lauren Megale
Pichittra Thongdach, Boise State
17 Alexa Guarachi
Courtney McLane, Alabama
__________________________________
23 Irina Falconi
Sasha Krupina, Georgia Tech
2 Hilary Barte
Lindsay Burdette (2), Stanford
__________________________________

barboza
May 25th, 2010, 07:54 PM
Where'd you get the doubles draw? Link?

johnnytennis
May 25th, 2010, 07:59 PM
Where'd you get the doubles draw? Link?

Singles
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/mich/sports/w-tennis/auto_pdf/tnw-individual-singles-2010.pdf

Doubles
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/mich/sports/w-tennis/auto_pdf/tnw-individual-doubles-2010.pdf

barboza
May 25th, 2010, 08:01 PM
Thanks!!

fantic
May 26th, 2010, 05:31 AM
ok, so any doubles discussions, welcome here :)

fantic
May 27th, 2010, 07:33 AM
wait...

NO HEIN/MCKENNA?????? :o

IMPOSSIBLE
May 27th, 2010, 10:42 PM
Watching Andersson/Juricova match, very strong doubles....

barboza
May 28th, 2010, 12:50 AM
I found this.. Go Card!!!

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fantic
May 28th, 2010, 07:00 AM
I think that's from Calbears93 vid from Youtube, right? You can find a lot more from Maximaqg (or Maximagq :lol:)

anyway...Cal team almost lost :rolls:

And Kayla! I'm glad I was impressed with her at Riviera, almost beating Natasha. :)

And this Stetson team...would they make an upset tomorrow too? :rolls:

NCAA site says Meija/Val....are from De Paul :haha:

Cal Poly put up quite a fight, it seems. Well Matzenauer is like Secerbegovic... :)

Glad UCLA advanced! :bounce:

Princeton vs S. Florida was a big match, too.

fantic
May 29th, 2010, 06:49 AM
Boonstra/Will almost lost to the Stetson team :rolls:

Princeton duo also gave UCLA team a run for the money :lol:

And CAL lost, not surprised.

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 06:20 AM
UGA team beating the ND team :o Oh well, in consolation I just received the ND hat :lol:

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 10:16 PM
can anybody tell me which court are doubles playing :o not that it will make any difference, I'm trying every channel but it isn't working..

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 10:22 PM
the score of UCLA vs STAN :o

WTF is happening there, Andrea & Yaz :o

Is the Ojai CURSE I speculated becoming fulfilled??? :sobbing:

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 10:34 PM
Wow, UCLA just scored 1 game! :clap2:

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 10:39 PM
Bye Yaz, thanks for the game..:angel:

:sobbing:

fantic
May 30th, 2010, 11:18 PM
Phew, TENN, what was that???? Too bad I couldn't WATCH it :o

TENN FTW tomorrow, I guess...but WILL I BE ABLE TO WATCH IT???? :o

tennisbuddy12
May 31st, 2010, 08:47 PM
STAN def TENN 75 46 60

tenn df'd on match point :(

fantic
Jun 1st, 2010, 12:25 AM
I'm glad I just slept after the 1st set :o REALLY a bad tourney for me :sobbing:

Ah well, at least Klahn won

fantic
Jun 1st, 2010, 12:26 AM
And my bet reputation; (up to) Quarterfinal specialist :lol: