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Old May 2nd, 2013, 01:00 AM   #1
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NCAA Singles & Doubles 2013 Draws

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Doubles draw: http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...es-bracket.pdf

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Singles players and doubles teams selected for 2013 championships

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INDIANAPOLIS –The NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams that will compete in the 2013 NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championships.

The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 22-27 at the Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex/Atkins Tennis Center in Urbana, Ill., following the conclusion of the team championship, which runs from May 17-21. Illinois-Champaign will serve as host.

All matches shall be the best of three sets. Regular scoring and a 12-point tiebreaker at six games all will be used for all matches.

Automatic qualification into the Division I singles championships is awarded to any conference with one or more eligible singles players ranked in the ITA Top 125 for eligible/entered singles players. For conferences with more than one singles player within the ITA Top 125 eligible/entered singles players, the subcommittee applies the NCAA selection criteria to determine which student-athlete is the automatic qualifier from those conferences. All singles players must have a minimum of 13 completed singles matches, with six matches in the spring, in order to be selected as an automatic qualifier or an at-large selection.

Automatic qualification into the Division I doubles championships is awarded to any conference with one or more eligible doubles teams ranked in the ITA Top 60 for eligible/entered doubles teams. For conferences with more than one doubles team within the ITA Top 60 eligible/entered doubles teams, the subcommittee applies the NCAA selection criteria to determine which doubles team is the automatic qualifier from those conferences. All doubles teams must have a minimum of 10 completed doubles matches, with five matches in the spring, in order to be selected as an automatic qualifier or an at-large selection.

SINGLES — AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS

ACC Gina Suarez-Malaguti North Carolina
America East Nini Lagvilava Stony Brook
Atlantic 10 Cindy Chala VCU
Big 12 Ema Burgic Baylor
Big East Britney Sanders Notre Dame
Big Ten Mary Weatherholt Nebraska
Big West Kristina Smith UC Irvine
Colonial Maria Belaya William and Mary
Conference USA Samantha Vickers Tulsa
Ivy Nicole Bartnik Columbia
Mountain West Aleksandra Josifoska UNLV
Pacific-12 Sabrina Santamaria USC
SEC Lauren Embree Florida
Sun Belt Abigail Tere-Apisah Georgia State
WAC Klaudia Boczova San Jose State
West Coast Jenny Jullien St. Mary’s (Calif.)

SINGLES — AT-LARGE SELECTIONS

Breaunna Addison Texas
Kristie Ahn Stanford
Robin Anderson UCLA
Lucia Batta UNLV
Natalie Beazant Rice
Emina Bektas Michigan
Brynn Boren Tennessee
Pleun Burgmans Auburn
Jacqueline Cako Arizona State
Alex Cercone Florida
Courtney Collins Memphis
Zoe De Bruycker North Carolina
Julie Elbaba Virginia
Aeriel Ellis Texas
Klara Fabikova California
Nicole Gibbs Stanford
Ester Goldfeld Duke
Alexa Guarachi Alabama
Lorraine Guillermo Pepperdine
Beatrice Gumulya Clemson
Krista Hardebeck Stanford
Lauren Herring Georgia
Anne-Liz Jeukeng Clemson
Whitney Kay North Carolina
Joelle Kissell NC State
Yana Koroleva Clemson
Maho Kowase Georgia
Danielle Lao USC
Katie Le Santa Clara
Mary Anne Macfarlane Alabama
Hanna Mar Duke
Kyle McPhillips UCLA
Petra Niedermayerova Kansas State
Sofie Oyen Florida
Yang Pang Arkansas
Caroline Price North Carolina
Nadia Ravita Kentucky
Caroline Rohde-Moe Mississippi
Christina Sanchez-Quintanar Texas A&M
Zoe Scandalis USC
Anett Schutting California
Lacey Smyth Arizona
Zsofi Susanyi California
Kata Szekely Tennessee
Stefanie Tan TCU
Kate Turvy Northwestern
Nazari Urbina Texas A&M
Ronit Yurovsky Michigan

SINGLES ALTERNATES

1. Stephanie Wagner Miami (Fla.)
2. Dominique Harmath Rice
3. Daneika Borthwick Florida State
4. Lauren Mira Vanderbilt
5. Aleksandra Malyarchikova SMU
6. Klara Vyskocilova Tulane
7. Hermon Brhane Oklahoma
8. Kelsey Dieters Ohio State

SEEDS 1-8

1. Lauren Embree Florida
2. Sabrina Santamaria USC
3. Robin Anderson UCLA
4. Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar Texas A&M
5. Zsofi Susanyi California
6. Lauren Herring Georgia
7. Gina Suarez-Malaguti North Carolina
8. Anett Schutting California

SEEDS 9-16 (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY LAST NAME)

Ema Burgic Baylor
Julia Elbaba Virginia
Nicole Gibbs Stanford
Krista Hardebeck Stanford
Yana Koroleva Clemson
Danielle Lao USC
Petra Niedermayerova Kansas State
Mary Weatherholt Nebraska

DOUBLES — AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS

ACC Mary Clayton, Ester Goldfeld Duke
Big 12 Ema Burgic, Victoria Kisialeva Baylor
Big Ten Patricia Veresova, Mary Weatherholt Nebraska
Colonial Maria Belaya, Jeltje Loomans William and Mary
Conference USA Samantha Vickers, Isaura Enrique Tulsa
Ivy Bianca Sanon, Kanika Vaidya Columbia
MAC Prang Pantusart, Angelina Jogasuria Akron
Pacific-12 Kaitlyn Christian, Sabrina Santamaria USC
SEC Kate Fuller, Silvia Garcia Georgia
Sun Belt Abigail Tere-Apisah, Masa Grgan Georgia State
West Coast Khunpak Issara, Lorraine Guillermo Pepperdine

DOUBLES — AT-LARGE SELECTIONS

Alexa Guarachi, Mary Anne Macfarlane Alabama
Pleun Burgmans, Plamena Kurteva Auburn
Lauren Embree, Sofie Oyen Florida
Melissa Kopinski, Rachael White Illinois
Karla Bonacic Petra, Niedermayerova Kansas State
Brooke Bolender, Emina Bektas Michigan
Linda Abu Mushrefova, Nida Hamilton Northwestern
Hermon Brhane, Whitney Ritchie Oklahoma
Petra Januskova, Chelsea Utting Penn State
Krisztina Kapitany, Mara Schmidt Purdue
Dominique Harmath, Natalie Beazant Rice
Jaklin Alawi, Dominika Kanakova USC
Kristie Ahn, Nicole Gibbs Stanford
Ellen Tsay, Stacey Tan Stanford
Kata Szekely, Brynn Boren Tennessee
Breaunna Addison, Noel Scott Texas
Stefania Hristov, Cristina Stancu Texas A&M
Kenna Kilgo, Samantha Adams Texas Tech
Robin Anderson, Skylar Morton UCLA
Courtney Colton, Lauren Mira Vanderbilt
Erin Vierra, Maci Epstein Virginia

DOUBLES ALTERNATES

1. Kanyapat Narattana, Malika Rose Oklahoma State
2. Jacqueline Cako, Nicole Smith Arizona State
3. Li Xi, Stephanie Nauta Virginia
4. Lynn Chi, Anett Schutting California
5. Paige Miles, Tereza Bekerova Utah
6. Ashley Dai, Whitney Kay North Carolina
7. Pamela Montez, Courtney Dolehide UCLA
8. Caroline Rohde-Moe, Marija Milutinovic Mississippi

SEEDS 1-4

1. Kate Fuller, Silvia Garcia Georgia
2. Kaitlyn Christian, Sabrina Santamaria USC
3. Patricia Veresova, Mary Weatherholt Nebraska
4. Ema Burgic, Victoria Kisialeva Baylor

SEEDS 5-8 (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY SCHOOL)

Alexa Guarachi, Mary Anne Macfarlane Alabama
Brooke Bolender, Emina Bektas Michigan
Kristie Ahn, Nicole Gibbs Stanford
Kata Szekely, Brynn Boren Tennessee

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No Stacey Tan in singles.. that's sad since she reached the final last year.
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SEEDS 1-4

1. Kate Fuller, Silvia Garcia Georgia
2. Kaitlyn Christian, Sabrina Santamaria USC

3. Patricia Veresova, Mary Weatherholt Nebraska
4. Ema Burgic, Victoria Kisialeva Baylor
Winning PAC 12 wasn't enough?

The biggest injustice in the history of NCAA?

P.S. STAN is the only school sending 2 teams
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Batta made it I thought her ranking was low..?

Some #3s who're playing, Krista, Cercone, Kay, Fabikova, Kyle, Scandal, Zsofi, Urbina

Price is the lowest position to make it, #4 or 5? singles.
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Winning PAC 12 wasn't enough?

The biggest injustice in the history of NCAA?

P.S. STAN is the only school sending 2 teams
Maybe we'll get to see them play twice.
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Do you get automatic qualification if you win ITA National Indoors?
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Gibbs here? I mean it's fitting to end your college career here but what a hack. She hardly did anything substantial this season.
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Gibbs here? I mean it's fitting to end your college career here but what a hack. She hardly did anything substantial this season.
When you're the defending NCAA singles and doubles winner, there isn't a whole lot to prove at the collegiate level.

Hence, she took a gutsy trip to Melbourne during Xmas holidays on her own dime, fortunately, she won enough prize money to cover her expenses.
She reached the finals at Rancho Santa in February and made it to the QF's in Charlottesville in April.
That translate to the highest ranking collegiate at #184.

Despite playing only 16 dual matches at #1 position, she won more dual matches at #1 then Sabrina Santamaria and had a better record at #1 then Robin Anderson

Although ranked #13, I am a bit surprised that she's not ranked higher than Sabs and Robin

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Winning PAC 12 wasn't enough?

The biggest injustice in the history of NCAA?

P.S. STAN is the only school sending 2 teams
With #1: Ahn/Gibbs going 16-4 and #2: Tan/Tsay going 18-2, its hard to argue. It could be an all Stanford final.

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No Stacey Tan in singles.. that's sad since she reached the final last year.
That was 2 years ago. I think she only had a 16-4 record. I hope she does well in doubles to cap off her career at Stanford.
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When you're the defending NCAA singles and doubles winner, there isn't a whole lot to prove at the collegiate level.

Hence, she took a gutsy trip to Melbourne during Xmas holidays on her own dime, fortunately, she won enough prize money to cover her expenses.
She reached the finals at Rancho Santa in February and made it to the QF's in Charlottesville in April.
That translate to the highest ranking collegiate at #184.

Despite playing only 16 dual matches at #1 position, she won more dual matches at #1 then Sabrina Santamaria and had a better record at #1 then Robin Anderson

Although ranked #13, I am a bit surprised that she's not ranked higher than Sabs and Robin
Since you're comparing Gibbs to Sabs and Robin....

I'm pretty sure USC and UCLA had a tougher SOS than Stanford. She also lost to them both in straight sets so I'm not surprised with the rankings.
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When you're the defending NCAA singles and doubles winner, there isn't a whole lot to prove at the collegiate level.
She and Mal were lucky to avoid meeting KK/Sabs though

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Although ranked #13, I am a bit surprised that she's not ranked higher than Sabs and Robin
#6 USC 6, #14 Stanford 1
March 30, 2013 - Marks Stadium

SINGLES
(1) #2 Sabrina Santamaria (USC) def. #20 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) - 6-1, 6-4

#14 Stanford 4, #4 UCLA 3
Mar 29, 2013 at Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles Tennis Center)

Singles
1. #3 Robin Anderson (UCLA) def. #20 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) 6-4, 6-2

Didn't Robin also beat Gibbsy in two at Taube last season?

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With #1: Ahn/Gibbs going 16-4 and #2: Tan/Tsay going 18-2, its hard to argue. It could be an all Stanford final.
#6 USC 6, #14 Stanford 1
March 30, 2013 - Marks Stadium
DOUBLES
(1) #1 Christian/Santamaria (USC) def. #14 Ahn/Gibbs (STAN) - 8-1

USC wins doubles point.

Order of finish: 1, 3, 2

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PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLES

Semifinals - April 27
[1] #2 Christian/Santamaria (USC) def. Tan/Tsay (STAN) - 8-4

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Since you're comparing Gibbs to Sabs and Robin....

I'm pretty sure USC and UCLA had a tougher SOS than Stanford. She also lost to them both in straight sets so I'm not surprised with the rankings.
I'm pretty sure Gibbs was playing through an injury those 3 straight matches that she lost (all within a week)...since then she took a week off to heal, she's won her last 3 matches.

How did Robin do in her last 2 matches?

Also consider that Gibbs played toe to toe with Embree before the match was abandoned, so according to Fantic's logic Embree=Gibbs>Sabs>Robin

That's the best angle I can work for now

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#6 USC 6, #14 Stanford 1
March 30, 2013 - Marks Stadium

SINGLES
(1) #2 Sabrina Santamaria (USC) def. #20 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) - 6-1, 6-4

#14 Stanford 4, #4 UCLA 3
Mar 29, 2013 at Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles Tennis Center)

Singles
1. #3 Robin Anderson (UCLA) def. #20 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) 6-4, 6-2

Didn't Robin also beat Gibbsy in two at Taube last season?



#6 USC 6, #14 Stanford 1
March 30, 2013 - Marks Stadium
DOUBLES
(1) #1 Christian/Santamaria (USC) def. #14 Ahn/Gibbs (STAN) - 8-1

USC wins doubles point.

Order of finish: 1, 3, 2

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PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLES

Semifinals - April 27
[1] #2 Christian/Santamaria (USC) def. Tan/Tsay (STAN) - 8-4

Dream on
My only question about Robin is that she doesn't seem to be peaking at the right times. After beating an injured Gibbs, she's lost her last two matches heading into the NCAA's...also she's not consistent enough to win a string of big matches to bring home some hardware.


Robin's last two matches:

Date Event Rnd/Pos Opponent Opponent School Result Score
4/19/2013 Dual Match Pos. #1 #2 Sabrina Santamaria #5 Univ. of Southern California Loss 6-1, 6-0
4/6/2013 Dual Match Pos. #1 #21 Jacqueline Cako #26 Arizona State University Loss 6-2, 6-3


As far as Sabs, all her trophy's are attributed to playing doubles with KK and I am sure KK covers more of the court.

Let's see if Sabs makes it past the QF's in NCAA singles this year.

She's been dominant and consistent all year, I wonder if she can capitalize on her success. Otherwise, she'll be more known as KK's doubles partner.
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I'm pretty sure Gibbs was playing through an injury those 3 straight matches that she lost (all within a week)...since then she took a week off to heal, she's won her last 3 matches.

How did Robin do in her last 2 matches?

Also consider that Gibbs played toe to toe with Embree before the match was abandoned, so according to Fantic's logic Embree=Gibbs>Sabs>Robin

That's the best angle I can work for now
haha I love the Embree comparison

Robin injured herself during the Stanford/Cal matches so that explains the late losses
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