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Monday, July 29, 2013

Vickery, Shibahara Top Seeds at USTA Girls 18s and 16s Nationals


The seeds for the USTA Girls 16s and 18s National Championships have been released, with Sachia Vickery the No. 1 in the 18s, and defending champion Vicky Duval No. 3. Winter National and ISC 16s Carson champion Ena Shibahara is No. 1 in the 16s, with defending champion Kim Yee No. 2.  Even without US Open girls champion Samantha Crawford, who hasn't played since the $25K in Raleigh in May, the 18s field is an impressive one, with the top 10 seeds all in the WTA Top 500.  Jennifer Brady, Hayley Carter, Liz Jeukeng, Kourtney Keegan, Maegan Manasse, Maria Shishkina, Cassandra Vazquez and Amy Zhu are among the many dangerous players who are unseeded.

Girls 18s:
1. Sachia Vickery
2. Allie Kiick
3. Vicky Duval
4. Taylor Townsend
5. Jan Abaza
6. Chalena Scholl
7. Brooke Austin
8. Louisa Chirico
9. Krista Hardebeck
10. Jamie Loeb
11. Christina Makarova
12. Chloe Ouellet-Pizer
13. Kaitlyn McCarthy
14. Peggy Porter
15. Rachel Pierson
16. Spencer Liang
17. Alyza Benotto
17. Caroline Brinson
17. Brooke Broda
17. Taylor Davidson
17. Terri Fleming
17. Ellyse Hamlin
17. Jessica Ho
17. Dasha Ivanova
17. Zoe Katz
17. Allison Miller
17. Monica Robinson
17. Gabrielle Smith
17. Olivia Sneed
17. Katrine Steffensen
17. Madison Westby
17. Kristin Wiley

Girls 16s:
1. Ena Shibahara
2. Kimberly Yee
3. Katerina Stewart
4. Alexandra Letzt
5. Emma Higuchi
6. Brienne Minor
7. Francesca Dilorenzo
8. Meredith Xepoleas
9. Star Makarome
10. Angela Kulikov
11. Samantha Martinelli
12. Jessica Failla
13. Jaclyn Switkes
14. Rebecca Weissmann
15. Jenna Friedel
16. Usue Arconada
17. Jessie Aney
17. Hanna Chang
17. Paige Cline
17. Abigail Desiatnikov
17. Nadia Gizdova
17. Lauren Goodman
17. Alexa Graham
17. Samantha Hampton
17. Sarah Hu
17. Sofia Kenin
17. Raveena Kingsley
17. Jacqueline Pelletier
17. Gaby Pollner
17. Sydney Riley
17. Christina Rosca
17. Camila Wesbrooks
 

The complete field is available at the TennisLink site. 

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