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Old Apr 17th, 2013, 03:01 AM   #46
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from TAM website;

“The one thing that is pretty obvious is that we do have a prideful and tough bunch of ladies because the circumstances playing here at Baylor are never easy and today was particularly difficult,” Joffe said. “It was a dogfight, and our girls hung in there, and one by one by one, we started to turn the thing around.

“It is a rivalry I would say, and Baylor absolutely gave us a darn good shot. I consider it to be a really quality win. The rankings won’t say that, but I definitely do.”


No. 4 Texas A&M 4, No. 42 Baylor 2
April 3, 2013
Jim and Nell Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center
Waco, Texas

Singles
1. #5 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar (TAMU) vs. #10 Ema Burgic (BU), 6-7 (2), 6-3, unfinished
2. #68 Cristina Stancu (TAMU) def. #120 Victoria Kisialeva (BU), 6-2, 6-3
3. Jordaan Sanford (BU) def. #55 Nazari Urbina (TAMU), 6-0, 6-1
4. Ines Deheza (TAMU) def. Kiah Generette (BU), 6-1, 6-2
5. Wen Sun (TAMU) def. Maria Biryukova (BU), 6-2, 3-6, 6-4
6. Stefania Hristov (TAMU) def. Alex Leatu (BU), 2-6, 7-5, 6-2


Doubles (Baylor wins the point)
1. #29 Burgic/Kisialeva (BU) def. #7 Hristov/Stancu (TAMU), 8-4
2. #72 Sanchez-Quintanar/Sun (TAMU) def. Alex Clay/Sanford (BU), 8-3
3. Generette/Leatu (BU) def. I. Deheza/Paula Deheza (TAMU), 8-1

Order of finish
Doubles: 2, 3, 1
Singles: 2, 4, 3, 6, 5

Team records
Texas A&M: 16-2 entering
Baylor: 7-13 entering
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BU really could have won this

Coach Scrivano says;

"We competed a little harder today than we usually do," head coach Joey Scrivano said. "When we compete hard, play disciplined, and do the right things, we're competitive with anyone in the country."

And Tech can host the NCAA regional
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“The one thing that is pretty obvious is that we do have a prideful and tough bunch of ladies because the circumstances playing here at Baylor are never easy and today was particularly difficult,” Joffe said. “It was a dogfight, and our girls hung in there, and one by one by one, we started to turn the thing around.

“It is a rivalry I would say, and Baylor absolutely gave us a darn good shot. I consider it to be a really quality win. The rankings won’t say that, but I definitely do.”


No. 4 Texas A&M 4, No. 42 Baylor 2
April 3, 2013
Jim and Nell Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center
Waco, Texas

Singles
1. #5 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar (TAMU) vs. #10 Ema Burgic (BU), 6-7 (2), 6-3, unfinished
2. #68 Cristina Stancu (TAMU) def. #120 Victoria Kisialeva (BU), 6-2, 6-3
3. Jordaan Sanford (BU) def. #55 Nazari Urbina (TAMU), 6-0, 6-1
4. Ines Deheza (TAMU) def. Kiah Generette (BU), 6-1, 6-2
5. Wen Sun (TAMU) def. Maria Biryukova (BU), 6-2, 3-6, 6-4
6. Stefania Hristov (TAMU) def. Alex Leatu (BU), 2-6, 7-5, 6-2


Doubles (Baylor wins the point)
1. #29 Burgic/Kisialeva (BU) def. #7 Hristov/Stancu (TAMU), 8-4
2. #72 Sanchez-Quintanar/Sun (TAMU) def. Alex Clay/Sanford (BU), 8-3
3. Generette/Leatu (BU) def. I. Deheza/Paula Deheza (TAMU), 8-1

Order of finish
Doubles: 2, 3, 1
Singles: 2, 4, 3, 6, 5

Team records
Texas A&M: 16-2 entering
Baylor: 7-13 entering
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BU really could have won this


A

Coach Scrivano says;

"We competed a little harder today than we usually do," head coach Joey Scrivano said. "When we compete hard, play disciplined, and do the right things, we're competitive with anyone in the country."

And Tech can host the NCAA regional

A&M won this match because of the refs, Maria (5th singles) got called for time violation down match point because she cramped as the A&M coach yelled "Start the clock" and then celebrated when it got called...he's basically an asshole..so i hope they lose miserably.. or he breaks his legs... ..yes i'm bitter
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A&M won this match because of the refs, Maria (5th singles) got called for time violation down match point because she cramped as the A&M coach yelled "Start the clock" and then celebrated when it got called...he's basically an asshole..so i hope they lose miserably.. or he breaks his legs... ..yes i'm bitter


Coach Joffe (was it coach Joffe who yealled?) The pressure got to him..
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^^ yes.


baylor qualified will atleast end with .500 record!
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BU beats UT

"The Lady Bears have now won seven matches in a row and raise their record to 14-13 with the win. In Big 12 play, BU is 7-1, while Texas falls to 13-10 and 6-2 in league action. BU has now won 14 of the last 15 matches against Texas.

"I love the way we competed in doubles today," head coach Joey Scrivano said. "On all three courts we had the right mindset, and it definitely got us off on the right foot. It got the momentum going for us. Texas is tough, they battled back and it was just a tremendous match from start to finish. We were very fortunate to come out on top today."

Baylor now trails the all-time series against UT, 34-15.

"It was a real team effort," Scrivano said. "I feel like this was the first time all year that all our players showed up and competed hard and had the right mindset. It was good to see that their mental toughness is developing."

Up next, Baylor will face 15th-ranked Texas Tech (18-4, 8-0) in a Big 12 showdown at 2 p.m. at the McLeod Family Tennis Center in Lubbock, Texas. With a win over TTU, Baylor would clinch a share of the Big 12 title and earn the No. 1 seed at next week's Big 12 Championship in Norman, Okla."

Complete results however is against OSU

#10 Ema Burgic
#36 Breaunna Addison 6
2 6
3


Victoria Kisialeva
#38 Aeriel Ellis 2
6 1
6


Jordaan Sanford
Elizabeth Begley 6
1 2
6 0
6

Kiah Generette
Noel Scott 6
4 6
4


Alex Leatu
Lina Padegimaite 6
1 1
6 6
1

Maria Biryukova
Lana Groenvynck 1
6 4
6



DOUBLES #1
Result
#17 Burgic/Kisialeva
#13 Addison/Scott 8
4

Clay/Sanford
Begley/Ellis DNF


Leatu/Generette
Rabinovich/Groenvynck 8

Alex is back! Former VU's #1..

Ema, Alex, Kiah won both sgls and dbls.
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It might be time to let Patty Go. Since inheriting the team, they haven't gone anywhere. I believe it may have been Patty's fault that Cierra Gaytan Leach and Alex Martin left. They could have been good with them, instead she has a pretty thin team and barely got her 6th player this spring who hasn't been stellar.
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I have said this several times on here and people have disagreed, but Patty is one of the most arrogant and unpleasant people I have ever known. Her former players have said that she is extremely verbally abusive. Obviously nothing that is going to get her fired but enough to make good players transfer out. Some coaches improve with age and some are not able to adjust to the times and new attitudes of 18-year-olds. Considering it's resources, there is no reason why Texas should not be in the top 10 more often than not. There is definitely something wrong when in-state rivals Baylor, Texas A&M, TCU, and even Texas Tech have better teams than Texas.
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Tech article

"April 18, 2013

FORT WORTH, Texas – When No. 15 Texas Tech (17-4, 7-0) hits the tennis courts on Friday against No. 25 TCU, it is the first step in the last leg of completing history for the Lady Raiders.
The Lady Raiders are looking to become the first school to run the table undefeated since Baylor in 2010, but more importantly, Texas Tech is looking to become the first school other than Texas or Baylor to win back to back Big 12 regular season titles in women’s tennis.

But for either of those things to happen, the Lady Raiders will have to get by No. 25 TCU (17-3, 6-1 Big 12) and No. 28 Baylor (13-13, 6-1 Big 12). TCU is 9-1 at home this season, while Baylor handed Texas Tech one of its four losses this season in January.
The Lady Raiders are riding an eight-match winning streak, which is the fourth longest in program history. A win over TCU would be the longest winning streak since winning 10 straight in 1987.

The Lady Raiders are led by No. 93 Samantha Adams, who is 15-17 on the season, but 6-4 in her last 10 matches. Kenna Kilgo (19-10) and Rashmi Teltumbde (13-10) anchor the No. 2 and No. 3 positions for Texas Tech.

The Lady Raiders feature the best 4-5-6 lineup in the Big 12 with Elizabeth Ullathorne (23-8), Nikki Sanders (21-5) and Caroline Starck (20-5).
But the marquee feature of the No. 15 Lady Raiders is their doubles play. Texas Tech has won 20 of 21 doubles points this season and 39 of 46 over the past two seasons. Anchoring doubles is the No. 15 tandem of Adams and Kilgo (20-7), who hold the top spot. No. 2 doubles is solidified by the duo of Teltumbde and Sanders (20-8), while Starck and Ullathorne (17-6) are locked in at No. 3.
TCU is led by No. 45 Stephanie Tan and No. 100 Olivia Smith. Millie Nichols has teamed with Smith to form the No. 54 doubles squad nationally.


The doubles point will be key when the Lady Raiders face Baylor, as Kilgo and Adams will square off against No. 17 Ema Burgic and Victoria Kisialeva. The Texas Tech duo cruised to an 8-3 win in January. Baylor won the top four singles matches, including three-set victories over Kilgo and Ullathorne.

At the Baylor match on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the McLeod Tennis Center, Texas Tech will look to set a new single-match attendance record for the Lady Raiders. Admission is free and there will be free pizza, a drawing for a tennis package, t-shirt giveaway, and a free kids clinic immediately following the match."

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Tech writer or whoever linked the article was too excited

Red Raider Releases

April 19, 2013 - No. 15 Lady Raiders Clinch Shair Of Big 12 Title

Singles
1. #93 Samantha Adams (TT) def. #45 Stefanie Tan (TCU), 2-6, 6-4, 6-3
2. #100 Olivia Smith (TCU) def. Kenna Kilgo (TT), 7-6, 6-2
3. Rashmi Teltumbde (TT) def. Simona Parajova (TCU), 6-3, 0-6, 6-4
4. Monika Sirilova (TCU) def. Elizabeth Ullathorne (TT), 4-6, 7-6, 1-0

5. Nikki Sanders (TT) def. Millie Nichols (TCU), 6-2, 6-2
6. Kelsey Sundaram (TCU) def. Caroline Starck (TT), 6-4, 6-3

Doubles

1. #15 Samantha Adams / Kenna Kilgo (TT) def. Olivia Smith / Stefanie Tan (TCU), 8-2
2. Nikki Sanders / Rashmi Teltumbde (TT) def. Gabi Barbosa ?Kelsey Sundaram (TCU), 8-2
3. Caroline Starck / Elizabeth Ullathorne (TT) def. Millie Nichols / Monika Sirilova (TCU), 6-5 (7-3)

Umm..so splitting Olivia and Millie didn't work..

Match Notes:
#15 Texas Tech (18-4, 8-0 Big 12)
#25 TCU (17-4, 6-2 Big 12)
Order of Finish: Singles (5,6,2,3,1,4). Doubles (1,2,3)
T: 3:54
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Underhand tactics from Texas: https://twitter.com/LonghornsTennis/...00942355959808
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Texas wins 4-0 against OK State to take the conference championships.

Pretty good for the Horns considering Gajic is on crutches and Padegimaite is also playing semi injured

Tbh, Texas didn't lose that much when Alex Martin transferred. She lost her one dual match last year 0 and 0. She hasn't done much at South Carolina either-she lost against a player who was barely ranked top 30 in Texas as a junior
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This is too good an article, probably the best I've read so far; If I can miraculously go to Illinois and watch NCAA, THIS is the team I would want to watch;

"Ema Burgic: Mature Beyond Her Years

Sophomore Carrying Burden On, Off the Court


April 26, 2013

By Jerry Hill
Baylor Bear Insider

Battling through a stress reaction and other ailments that limited her last season, Ema Burgic still managed to earn All-American honors in doubles and post a 16-4 dual-match record in singles.

But she knew that wasn't enough.

While her tennis game has obviously improved dramatically, the real turning point for Burgic came two months ago in a match at South Bend, Ind.

"I won the first set 6-0 and then lost the match," Burgic said of a 0-6, 6-1, 6-2 loss to Notre Dame's Britney Sanders, "because I went back to my old way of playing. When coach would tell me something, I wouldn't believe him and I would go my own way. And then I lost it, and I saw that he gave up on me at that point. It felt so bad when I saw that he didn't care anymore. He knew I was going to lose. And after that match, I told him, `From now on, whatever you say.' And since then, I don't think I've lost a match."

Ranked 10th nationally in singles and eighth in doubles with freshman Victoria Kisialeva, Burgic actually lost two of the next three matches. But the sophomore from Bosnia is one of the hottest players in the country, winning 14 in a row going into the Big 12 Championships that start Thursday with women's first-round matches at the Headington Family Tennis Center in Norman, Okla.

"I felt like I had finally hit rock bottom with her and I couldn't get through to her anymore," said Baylor head coach Joey Scrivano, whose team won eight in a row to win a share of the Big 12 regular-season championship. "It was painful for her and painful for me when you get to that stage where you have no more options here but to move on."

Burgic is a phenomenal 39-8 in singles this season, including a 22-5 dual-match record, and is 22-3 in the doubles pairing with Kisialeva. But Scrivano insists that her best work has been done off the court in holding this fragile team together.

With a pair of transfers and three freshmen, the only experienced players coming into this season were Burgic, fellow sophomore Megan Horter and junior Jordaan Sanford, who had transferred the year before from Maryland.

"Honestly, I was a little bit scared," said Burgic, who knew she had to take on the added leadership role. "No one has been through the Baylor tradition, and no one knows what Baylor is all about, because it's not like any other college. There is a legacy behind it. And it's hard for me, because I had only been here for one year and I didn't really have anyone to lead me. I knew it was going to mostly be on me and Megan, because Jordaan is not the type to really speak up. She shows it on the court. But it was up to me and Megan to try to get everyone on the same page."

And when first-semester freshmen Maria Biryukova and Kiah Generette were added to the team in January, "they didn't know what was going on, and you can't just to talk to them all the time, because they're going to think we're nuts."

"Ema has done a lot of things behind the scenes to pull this team together," Scrivano said. "The facts are, on any team everything is pulling you apart. Every single thing is trying to pull your team apart. So the more people you have like Ema, who are pulling it together and trying to unify the group, it only helps."

What Burgic saw all along, though, was that this team had talent. Not that you could really tell when the Lady Bears got off to a 7-13 start and lost a Big 12 match at home to league newcomer TCU.

"There were points where it was really hard, and I just wanted to say, `I've had enough. I can't do it anymore,''' Burgic said. "I had to focus on the court and do all this other stuff. I just wanted to give up. And coach would be like, `No, now is the time when you need to show the leadership and you need to be tough.' And that's what I did. I never gave up.

"I always believed. Everyone is talented, and everyone knows how to play tennis. It was just a matter of the time when everything would come together, like all the pieces of the puzzle."

On an individual basis, that's what her freshman year was like. Bothered by the stress reaction, along with back and hip problems, "I was just on the court and basically standing and playing; and we were trying to find a way just to win."

After seeing a specialist in Dallas last summer, Burgic was equipped with an orthotic for her foot, and "I could tell immediately."

"It felt amazing. It was kind of weird at the beginning, that I could actually do everything on the court," she said. "I was surprised that I was able to actually run down the ball."

Another turning point for Burgic came in a three-set loss to Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar in the ITA Southwest Regional final.

"I lost that match because I wasn't emotionally stable at that point," she said. "But I learned a huge lesson from there."

That maturity and emotional stability also helped her deal with one of the toughest points in the year, when Horter suffered an off-court injury that would keep her out the rest of the season.

"Even now when I see her, it's so hard, because you have never seen a person that works harder than her, that wants it more than her. She wants it for the team," Burgic said. "And I remember telling the other girls, `OK, from now on, no excuses. If you're hurt, if you have small pain, anything, no one can complain about anything. . . . So whenever you want to complain about anything, just think about Megan."

Of the nine regular-season championships he's won, Scrivano said this was the toughest, "just because of the quality of competition and all the adversity we had within our own team."

The 19th-ranked Lady Bears are the somewhat surprising top seed for a tournament that includes second-seeded and 17th-ranked Texas Tech, third-seeded, third-seeded and 25th-ranked Texas and fourth-seeded and No. 27 TCU.

"I think the biggest thing for this team breaking through here this last six weeks is they trusted what we were doing on a daily basis," Scrivano said. "And that's going to be the biggest question this weekend, because we've been two teams. The first half of the season, we were a team that was trying to do it on their own, trying to do it their own way, not trusting the formula. And then the latter part of the second half, they finally bought in. So, it's going to be really interesting which team is going to show up this weekend. And I don't know." "

Now, back to retirement
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What is going on w/ Texas??? They lose out on another key transfer this season. Now they really only have 3 players coming back worthy of the Top 6. This is getting really sad w/ the team
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Who did they lose out on?
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I think DaDave was referring to Noel Scott transferring to LSU.
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