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Old Aug 10th, 2012, 05:27 AM   #413
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Re: Pac 12

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Originally Posted by 2nd_serve View Post
Florida will be losing their Nos. #1 Allie Will to going pro, and #3, Joann Mather to graduation.

Tennisrecuriting shows that the Gators have one player signed, Daniel Collins. In the Hard Court Championship in San Diego, the new Gator lost to Card's #2 recruit, Lindsay Kostas. Even though that may have been a fluke result, but its there.

Stanford's #1 and #2, are having strong summer play, . Mallory Burdette won two tournaments, a 10K and a 100 K. Those results got her the US Open Main Draw Wild Card.
Nicole Gibbs played #1, and won the NCAA individuals against Mallory Burdette. Gibb's won a 50K this summer. Together the Cardinals are also a doubles team in the Open.

Stanford's incoming top recruit, Krista Hardebeck WTA of 323 is the top seed in the current G18 National Championship.

Kristie Ahn physical condition is still a wild card, she didn't play much last year, but the Cardinal has played some WTA events

The Cardinal lost Veronica Li, who played most of the year at 5. Stacey Tan maybe slotted be playing #4 or #5 next year, and a year ago she was the NCAA individual finalist.
I think Stanford's biggest challenge will be facing a team within the Pac-12 conference. I don't think Florida will be much of a contender.
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