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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

ITA Regionals Complete, All Final Results Here on One Page


I've collected the results of the finals at all 24 ITA Regionals, no easy task, and I hope you find them useful in this format.

All singles and doubles winners receive automatic entry into the USTA/ITA Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, which begin next Thursday at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.

There were more than a few surprises, with the Maryland women sweeping the Atlantic regional, despite Virginia's having five players in the singles quarterfinals and the top seeds in both singles and doubles. Cavalier Jarmere Jenkins' loss to William and Mary's Jamie Whiteford was also unexpected, with Jenkins, the top seed, having won the regional title as a freshman and sophomore.

I don't recall seeing an Idaho team at the Indoors before, but there is one now, as the unseeded Vandals team of Andrew Dobbs and Marius Cirstea won the Mountain regional.

Sabrina Santamaria of USC was the only unseeded regional winner, but two men's regionals did have unseeded finalists.

Emina Bektas of Michigan joined Santamaria as the only freshmen to take regional singles titles when she defeated Northwestern's Brittany Wowchuk today at the Midwest regional in Columbus.

Links to most of the complete draws can be found at the ITA Regional tournament page.

MEN:


Northwest Regional
Ryan Thacher(1) of Stanford def. Ben Mclachlan(7) of Cal 6-2, 2-6, 7-5

Carlos Cueto/McLachlan(4) of Cal def. Walker Kehrer and Robert Stineman of Stanford 9-8(8)

Southwest Regional
Raymond Sarmiento(2) of USC def. Francis Alcantara(15) of Fresno State 6-4, 6-3

Nikola Bubnic/Thibaut Visy of San Diego (9) def. Alcantara/Remi Boutillier(6) of Fresno State 8-2

Mountain Regional
Damian Hume(2) of Boise St. def. Jadon Phillips(4) of New Mexico 6-1, 6-3

Marius Cirstea/Andrew Dobbs of Idaho def. Phil Anderson/Phillips(1) of New Mexico 8-5

South Central Regional
Gonzalo Escobar(1) of Texas Tech def. Jeremy Efferding(9) of Texas A&M 6-2, 6-3

Chris Camillone/David Holiner of Texas def. Ben Chen/Daniel Whitehead(5) of Texas 6-3, 6-2

Central Regional
Tsvetan Mihov(14) of Oklahoma def. Anis Ghorbel of Drake 7-6(3), 7-6(5)

Ashley Watling/Clifford Marsland(1) of Tulsa def. Benedikt Lindheim/Christopher Aumueller of Nebraska(2) 9-7

Midwest Regional*
Blaz Rola(1) of Ohio State def. Evan King(3) Michigan 6-3, 6-4

Chase Buchanan/Peter Kobelt(2) of Ohio St. def. Rola/Connor Smith(1) Ohio State 8-3

Northeast Regional*
Vasko Mladenov(5) of St. John's def. Marc Powers(6) of Yale 6-1, 4-6, 6-3

Matt Siow/Matt Spindler(9) of Princeton def. Alistair Felton/Casey MacMaster(3) of Harvard, 8-5

Ohio Valley Regional
Alex Musialek(2) of Kentucky def. Eric Quigley(1) of Kentucky
6-3, 6-3

Mikelis Libietis & Hunter Reese of Tennessee def. Quigley and Musialek of Kentucky(1) 8-3

Atlantic Regional
Jamie Whiteford(15) of William & Mary def. Jarmere Jenkins(1) of Virginia 6-3, 6-3

Maros Horny/John Collins(1) of Maryland def. Drew Courtney/Julien Uriguen(3) of Virginia 6-3, 7-6(5)

Carolina Regional*
Christopher Mengel(3) of Duke def. Henrique Cunha(1) of Duke 7-6(8) ret. inj.

Cunha/Mengel(1) of Duke def. Brennan Boyajian/Joey Burkhardt of North Carolina 9-8(6)

Southern Regional
Andreas Mies(5) of Auburn def. Jonas Lutjen(9) of Ole Miss 6‐4, 4‐6, 6‐1

Lutjen/Johan Backstrom of Ole Miss def. Olivier Borsos/Chris Simpson of LSU 8-5

Southeast Regional
Kevin King(6) of Georgia Tech def. Ignacio Taboada of Georgia 7-6(5), 6-4

Nassim Slilam/Billy Federhofer(1) of Florida def. Garrett Brasseaux/Wil Spencer of Georgia 8-4


WOMEN:

Northwest Regional
Nicole Gibbs(4) of Stanford def. Mallory Burdette(2) of Stanford 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(3)

Stacey Tan/Ellen Tsay(8) of Stanford def. Clarisse Baca/Maria Meliuk of Sacramento State 8-4

Southwest Regional
Sabrina Santamaria of USC def. Zoe Scandalis(10) of USC 6-2, 6-1

Robin Anderson/Skylar Morton(10) of UCLA def. Kaitlyn Christian/Santamaria(2) of USC 8-4

Mountain Regional*
Aleksandra Josifoska(3) of UNLV def. Lucia Batta(2) of UNLV 6-0, 0-6, 6-2

Veronica Popovici/Simona Synkova(3) of Wyoming def. Heather Davidson/Laurence Pelchat of Montana 8-2

Texas Regional
Diana Nakic(4) of Baylor def. Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar(3) of Texas A&M 6-3, 6-1

Millie Nichols/Olivia Smith(6) of TCU def. Sanchez-Quintanar/Sun Wen(2) of Texas A&M 8-5

Central Regional
Samantha Vickers(4) of Tulsa def. Sonja Molnar(2) of Iowa 6-1, 6-2

Marie-Pier Huet/Whitney Ritchie(6) of Oklahoma def. Meghan Blevins/Mary Jeremiah(9) 9-8(5)

Midwest Regional
Emina Bektas(9) of Michigan def. Brittany Wowchuk(5) of Northwestern 6-4, 6-2

Kristy Frilling/Shannon Mathews(2) of Notre Dame def. Linda Abu Mushrefova/Nida Hamilton(1) of Northwestern 8-2

Northeast Regional
Nicole Bartnik(3) of Columbia def. Elizabeth Epstein(6) of Yale 6-4, 6-3

Olga Khmylev/Alex Kelleher(7) of Boston College def. Jessica Wacnik/Erina Kikuchi(5) of Boston College 8-6

Ohio Valley Regional*
Jackie Wu(5), of Vanderbilt def. Brynn Boren(2) of Tennessee 6-1, 6-1

Natalie Pluskota/Kata Szekely(6) of Tennessee def. Tiffany Welcher/Alyssa Hibberd of Memphis 6-3, 6-2.

Atlantic Regional
Cristina Stancu(16) of Maryland def. Hana Tomlijanovic(5) of Virginia 6-2, 1-6, 6-0

Ana Belzunce/Welma Luus(7) of Maryland def. Emily Fraser/Tomljanovic(2)of Virginia 8-4

Carolina Regional
Lauren McHale(9) of North Carolina def. Nelly Ciolkowksi(9) of Clemson, 6-3, 6-4

Josipa Bek/Keri Wong(1) of Clemson def. Beatrice Capra/Ester Goldfeld(3) of Duke 8-5

Southern Regional

Kristi Boxx(1) of Ole Miss def. Mary Anne Macfarlane(2) of Alabama 6-2, ret.

Alexa Guarachi/Mcfarlane(4) of Alabama def. Courtney McLane/Taylor Lindsey(2) of Alabama 9-8(3)

Southeast Regional
Chelsey Gullickson(4) of Georgia def. Lauren Embree(1) of Florida 6-2, 7-5

Gullickson/Lilly Kimbell of Georgia(4) def. Kate Fuller/Lauren Herring of Georgia(2) 8-2

*Regionals held earlier this month

1 comments:

love-tennis said...

Why isn't Allie Will playing the Indoors in New York? In the Oct.17th interview (on the UF website), the Asst. Coach says that she will be there.

And why isn't Jacquelyn Cako playing?