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Old May 6th, 2010, 07:24 AM   #16
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Frilling and Marks.

Both So., and has beaten Cossou last season.

Frilling is now seeded and Marks.. Hope Natasha does better next season!

And I think Will also got 2 teams (dbl), with Boonstra and with Embree.
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Old May 6th, 2010, 08:27 AM   #17
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2010 NCAA Individual Championships Official Seedings

1. Irina Falconi, Georgia Tech
2. Jana Juricova, California
3. Maria Sanchez, Southern California
4. Hilary Barte, Stanford
5. Lenka Broosova, Baylor
6. Yasmin Schnack, UCLA
7. Allie Will, Florida
8. Laura Vallverdu, Miami

9-16 (alphabetically)
Venise Chan, Washington
Denise Dy, Washington
Lauren Embree, Florida
Kristy Frilling, Notre Dame
Chelsey Gullickson, Georgia
Maria Mosolova, Northwestern
Anastasia Petukhova, Fresno State
Caitlin Whoriskey, Tennessee

Doubles

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

Caitlin Whoriskey has the distinction of earning a berth with two different partners. She and Natalie Pluskota are the No. 1 seeds, and Whoriskey and Maria Sorbello are ranked tenth.
She can only pick one partner right?
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Can someone please explain how/why Cao got the automatic Ivy bid over Bartlett? Bartlett beat then #20 Newman and went undefeated in Ivy play, while Cao's best win was over #30-something, and she lost to Vicky Brook from Yale. It doesn't make any sense to me. Also, Bartlett was Ivy Player of the Year, not that that would factor into the selection at all.
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Can someone please explain how/why Cao got the automatic Ivy bid over Bartlett? Bartlett beat then #20 Newman and went undefeated in Ivy play, while Cao's best win was over #30-something, and she lost to Vicky Brook from Yale. It doesn't make any sense to me. Also, Bartlett was Ivy Player of the Year, not that that would factor into the selection at all.
AND, you didn't even mention:
Hilary Bartlett (P) def. Holly Cao (H) 6-1, 6-3

The ONLY thing I can think of is that Cao has a higher ranking (73) than Bartlett (78)
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So, wait a second, the NCAA has given automatic NCAA Singles bids to among others Northwestern State's #3 player and Army's #5 player?? You have to love those ITA rankings. I don't know whether to or
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AND, you didn't even mention:
Hilary Bartlett (P) def. Holly Cao (H) 6-1, 6-3

The ONLY thing I can think of is that Cao has a higher ranking (73) than Bartlett (78)
To be fair, Cao also beat Bartlett (6-2, 6-1) in the non-conference match back in February. And that matters because the NCAA selects the highest ranked player in each conference solely based on the ITA rankings, no regard to conference record, etc.
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So, wait a second, the NCAA has given automatic NCAA Singles bids to among others Northwestern State's #3 player and Army's #5 player?? You have to love those ITA rankings. I don't know whether to or
Such a waste.

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To be fair, Cao also beat Bartlett (6-2, 6-1) in the non-conference match back in February. And that matters because the NCAA selects the highest ranked player in each conference solely based on the ITA rankings, no regard to conference record, etc.
Ah thanks. Well there is your answer Tucker1989.
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So, wait a second, the NCAA has given automatic NCAA Singles bids to among others Northwestern State's #3 player and Army's #5 player?? You have to love those ITA rankings. I don't know whether to or
Interesting point. Not sure about your "among others" mind: these two are an entirely different species from the AQs who earned their rankings by beating good players.

Mendoza's and Rubesova's records. Both unbeaten in dual play: is that enough in itself to get a ranking? Mendoza's results much the less impressive of the two, and she must have an unrecorded loss, as she played in a consolation draw without seeming to have played in the main draw.
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Interesting point. Not sure about your "among others" mind: these two are an entirely different species from the AQs who earned their rankings by beating good players.
Yeah, don't get me wrong - I have no problems what so ever with someone like Jenni Heinser getting an auto-bid. She is almost a prototype for why the auto-bid system is in place and is certainly deserving. But when you starting handing out auto-bids to players who aren't #1 on their own team, I start to wonder. And in Mendoza's case, where she wasn't even voted 1st or 2nd team all-Patriot League (5 of her Army teammates were), the flaws in the system are quite apparent.
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In my humble opinion Boonstra and Marks deserves it much better
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I'm ESPECIALLY rooting for the bold marked ones!

Well in general all PAC-10 players (yes, even Stanford!! ) has my blessings

Pac -10 Power!!!

Automatic qualifications (19), listed alphabetically by conference:

Atlantic Coast Irina Falconi Georgia Tech
Big East Kristy Frilling Notre Dame
Big Ten Maria Mosolova Northwestern

Big 12 Lenka Broosova Baylor
Big West Jenifer Widjaja Pacific
Colonial Diana Nakic Georgia State
Conference USA Marta Lesniak SMU
Ivy Holly Cao Harvard
MAC Zaruhi Harutyunyan Akron
Missouri Valley Lutfiana Budiharto Wichita State
Mountain West McCall Jones Brigham Young
Northeast Selma Babic Long Island
Pacific-10 Jana Juricova California
Patriot Jurelle Mendoza Army
SEC Allie Will Florida
Southland Martina Rubesova Northwestern State
Sun Belt Ute Schnoy Denver
West Coast Jennifer Heinser San Francisco
WAC Anastasia Petukhova Fresno State

At-large selections (45), listed alphabetically by last name:

Mari Andersson California
Hilary Barte Stanford
Josipa Bek Clemson

Kristi Boxx Mississippi
Mallory Burdette Stanford
Venise Chan Washington
Fani Chifchieva Auburn
Marina Cossou California
Denise Dy Washington
Bianca Eichkorn Miami (Florida)
Aeriel Ellis Texas
Lauren Embree Florida
Nadine Fahoum Old Dominion
Nadja Gilchrist Georgia
Chelsey Gullickson Georgia
Lindsey Hardenbergh Virginia
Micaela Hein Arizona State
Noelle Hickey UCLA
Michaela Kissell Marshall
Danielle Lao Southern California
Sanaz Marand North Carolina
Lauren McCreless Florida State
Nina Munch-Soegaard TCU
Denise Muresan Michigan
Samantha Murray Northwestern
Kristina Nedeltcheva UNLV
Catherine Newman Vanderbilt
Ellah Nze Duke
Martina Pavelec Wake Forest
Elzé Potgieter Texas A&M
Alison Ramos Southern California
Irene Rehberger South Florida
Andrea Remynse UCLA
Maria Sanchez Southern California
Yasmin Schnack UCLA

Nina Secerbegovic Baylor
Pichittra Thongdach Boise State
Anouk Tigu Arkansas
Katrina Tsang North Carolina
Nazari Urbina Texas A&M
Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)
Caitlin Whoriskey Tennessee
Jackie Wu Vanderbilt
Reka Zsilinszka Duke
Ana Zubori South Carolina

ALTERNATES:
1. Alexa Guarachi Alabama
2. Elisabeth Fournier Washington State
3. Monica Milewski Colorado
4. Liudmila Vasilieva Washington State
5. Maria Sorbello Tennessee
6. Krista Damico Texas
7. Julia Trunk San Diego State
8. Marrit Boonstra Florida


Marrit such a long way to be included

Seeds 1-8:

1. Irina Falconi Georgia Tech
2. Jana Juricova California
3. Maria Sanchez Southern California
4. Hilary Barte Stanford
5. Lenka Broosova Baylor
6. Yasmin Schnack UCLA
7. Allie Will Florida
8. Laura Vallverdu Miami (Florida)

Seeds 9-16, listed alphabetically by last name:

Venise Chan Washington
Denise Dy Washington
Lauren Embree Florida
Kristy Frilling Notre Dame
Chelsey Gullickson Georgia
Maria Mosolova Northwestern
Anastasia Petukhova Fresno State
Caitlin Whoriskey Tennessee
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Do I close this thread or what? After all I was the first to post the NCAA singles thread on April 8th
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Anyway, my condolences to Yasmin.

Seeded 6th and meets may be the best singles #2 in the nation (better than Cossou now, considering that shocking loss to

Mathews. Well there's Dy, of course ), Secerbegovic

Yasmin should've met Hein, to resolve that NCAA 2nd round, unfinished match

And Cossou! Tough luck, 2nd round against Falconi She was the perennial elite 8, say like Mexico in the World Cup

(they ALWAYS go to the 2nd round)

I also was hoping Ramos vs Mosolova rematch

AND! WHY DOES HEIN AND PETUKHOVA, EASILY MY FAVORITE 2 PLAYERS, MEET 1ST?????? UNFAIR!!!

Along with Frilling vs Bek, easily the best 1st match.
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1st QTR. LOADED.

2nd QTR.

BARTE HAS GREAT CHANCE AT LAST TO REACH ELITE 8 !!

3rd QTR.

Sanchez will have no problem reaching the semi. I don't see

anyone bothering her..

4th QTR.

IF Schnack beats Secerbegovic...she beat Juricova at Cal Invite and was trailing like 4-5

in thelast meeting.

And Dy meeting Thongdach...funny
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My condolences to Yasmin? For what?
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