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Old Jun 3rd, 2014, 07:15 PM   #1
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Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

Singles

1. Irina Falconi (Georgia Tech) – USA (#136)
2. Nicole Gibbs (Stanford) – USA (#168)
3. Julie Coin (Clemson) – FRA (#193)
4. Julia Cohen (University of Miami) – USA (#205)
5. Chieh‐Yu Hsu (Penn) – USA (#225)
6. Samantha Murray (Northwestern) - GBR (#231)
7. Maria Sanchez (USC)– USA (#244)
8. Sanaz Marand (UNC) – USA (#280)
9. Mallory Burdette (Stanford) – USA (#289)
10. Allie Will (Florida) – USA (#362)
11. Jamie Loeb (North Carolina) – USA (#405)
12. Carol Zhao (Stanford) – CAN (#458)
13. Robin Anderson (UCLA) - USA (#479)

Doubles

1. Raquel Kops‐Jones (Cal) – USA (#15)
2. Abigail Spears (UCLA) –USA (#15)
3. Lisa Raymond (Florida) – USA (#46)
4. Megan Moulton‐Levy (College of William & Mary) – USA (#54)
5. Maria Sanchez (USC) – USA (#10
6. Allie Will (Florida) – USA (#108)
7. Irina Falconi (Georgia Tech) – USA (#113)
8. Julie Coin (Clemson) – FRA (#143)
9. Vladimira Uhlirova (Texas) – USA (#153)
10. Samantha Murray (Northwestern) - GBR (#163)
11. Keri Wong (Clemson) – USA (#177)
12. Julia Cohen (University of Miami) – USA (#202)
13. Jacqueline Cako (Arizona State) – USA (#206)
14. Chieh‐Yu Hsu (Penn) – USA (#208)
15. Sanaz Marand (UNC) – USA (#217)
16. Robin Anderson (UCLA) – USA (#327)
17. Lauren Embree (Florida) –USA (#335)
18. Anamika Bhargava (Pepperdine) – USA (#358)
19. Elizabeth Lumpkin (UCLA) – USA (#373)
20. Carol Zhao (Stanford) – CAN (#401)
21. Nicole Gibbs (Stanford) – USA (#407)
22. Erin Clark (Indiana) – USA (#450)
23. Lena Litvak (Harvard) - USA (#486)
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Old Jun 3rd, 2014, 07:54 PM   #2
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Re: Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

There are quite a few missing from that list (see below for the additional ones I noticed), but it doesn't change the fact that it a been an unbelievably bad year for the college girls on the pro tour. As of today's rankings, there are no college girls in the singles top 150

Singles--
Anna Morgina (S Carolina) - RUS (#351)
Aleksandrina Naydenova (Arizona) - BUL (#392)
Jelena Pandzic (Fresno Pacific) - CRO (#399)
Ana Veselinovic (Auburn-Montgomery) - MNE (#443)
Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) - CAN (#483)
Denise Muresan (Michigan) - USA (#497)

Doubles--
Nicola Slater (Florida State) - GBR (#183)
Aleksandrina Naydenova (Arizona) - BUL (#195)
Natalie Pluskota (Tennessee) - USA (#204)
Abigail Guthrie (Ole Miss) - NZL (#229)
Anna Morgina (S Carolina) - RUS (#264)
Kristi Boxx (Ole Miss) - USA (#276)
Emily Harman (Syracuse) - USA (#282)
Macall Harkins (TCU) - USA (#371)
Denise Muresan (Michigan) - USA (#378)
Caitlin Whoriskey (Tennessee) - USA (#390)
Sonja Molnar (Iowa) - CAN (#408)
Francesca Segarelli (Florida State) - DOM (#442)
Ana Veselinovic (Auburn-Montgomery) - MNE (#456)
Petra Januskova (Penn State) - CAN (#469)
Stephanie Bengson (Long Beach State) - AUS (#475)
Dianne Hollands (Arizona) - NZL (#499)
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Old Jun 3rd, 2014, 09:00 PM   #3
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Re: Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

Awesome idea for a thread! Thanks for starting this, but did Navydenova ever really play much college tennis?
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Old Jun 3rd, 2014, 09:14 PM   #4
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Re: Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

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There are quite a few missing from that list (see below for the additional ones I noticed), but it doesn't change the fact that it a been an unbelievably bad year for the college girls on the pro tour. As of today's rankings, there are no college girls in the singles top 150

Singles--
Anna Morgina (S Carolina) - RUS (#351)
Aleksandrina Naydenova (Arizona) - BUL (#392)
Jelena Pandzic (Fresno Pacific) - CRO (#399)
Ana Veselinovic (Auburn-Montgomery) - MNE (#443)
Jillian O'Neill (Georgia Tech) - CAN (#483)
Denise Muresan (Michigan) - USA (#497)

Doubles--
Nicola Slater (Florida State) - GBR (#183)
Aleksandrina Naydenova (Arizona) - BUL (#195)
Natalie Pluskota (Tennessee) - USA (#204)
Abigail Guthrie (Ole Miss) - NZL (#229)
Anna Morgina (S Carolina) - RUS (#264)
Kristi Boxx (Ole Miss) - USA (#276)
Emily Harman (Syracuse) - USA (#282)
Macall Harkins (TCU) - USA (#371)
Denise Muresan (Michigan) - USA (#378)
Caitlin Whoriskey (Tennessee) - USA (#390)
Sonja Molnar (Iowa) - CAN (#408)
Francesca Segarelli (Florida State) - DOM (#442)
Ana Veselinovic (Auburn-Montgomery) - MNE (#456)
Petra Januskova (Penn State) - CAN (#469)
Stephanie Bengson (Long Beach State) - AUS (#475)
Dianne Hollands (Arizona) - NZL (#499)
Thanks for the update. I just copied the list from http://www.itatennis.com/Players/Pla...n-the-Pros.htm
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Old Jun 3rd, 2014, 11:59 PM   #5
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Awesome idea for a thread! Thanks for starting this, but did Navydenova ever really play much college tennis?
Georgia AND Arizona. Not much though
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Georgia AND Arizona. Not much though
Cohen and Naydenova - journeywomen even in college
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Cohen and Naydenova - journeywomen even in college
At least Cohen played a couple of dual seasons Don't forget California University of Pennsylvania, where she ultimately graduated from
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Re: Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

Danielle Lao is ranked 476: http://www.itftennis.com/procircuit/...erid=100076095

I wonder what is up w/ Burdette? If memory serves correct, last tournament she was in was the 13 USO. I know she had surgery since then, but does anyone know if she is coming back to the tour?
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Georgia AND Arizona. Not much though
Naydenova played for UGA?
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Re: Former/current collegiate players in the WTA Top 500 (as of April 7, 2014)

If I understand the points correctly, Nicole Gibbs won the US Open wild card challenge with the results of the Kentucky Tournament. She lost in finals to Madison Brengel.

The wildcard is determined by a two out of three events formula of the results of Sacramento, Carson, and Kentucky events. Gibbs had both a win and a finalist points.
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If I understand the points correctly, Nicole Gibbs won the US Open wild card challenge with the results of the Kentucky Tournament. She lost in finals to Madison Brengel.

The wildcard is determined by a two out of three events formula of the results of Sacramento, Carson, and Kentucky events. Gibbs had both a win and a finalist points.
Yeah, I think she won the wildcard.
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