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NCAA.com | April 30, 2014

DI W Tennis:
Singles, doubles qualifiers announced

INDIANAPOLIS --The NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams that will compete in the 2014 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis championships.

The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 21-26 at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Georgia, following the conclusion of the team championship, which runs from May 15-20. Georgia 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 qualifications (15), listed alphabetically by conference: 

American Athletic -- Loreta Alonso, South Florida

ACC -- Jamie Loeb, North Carolina

Atlantic 10 -- Yukako Noi,  VCU

Big 12 -- Breaunna Addison, Texas

Big East -- Ana Vladutu, DePaul

Big South -- Rokia Sacko, Gardner-Webb

Big Ten -- Emina Bektas, Michigan

Big West -- Cindy Nguyen,  Hawaii

Conference USA -- Klara Vyskocilova, Tulane

Ivy -- Alanna Wolff, Princeton

Mountain West -- Laura Antonana Iriarte, San Diego State

Pac-12 -- Robin Anderson, UCLA

SEC -- Lauren Herring, Georgia

Sun Belt -- Abigail Tere-Apisah, Georgia State

West Coast -- Jenny Jullien, St. Mary’s (Calif.)

At-large selections (49), listed alphabetically by last name:

Kristie Ahn, Stanford

Frances Altick, Vanderbilt

Jennifer Brady, UCLA

Pleun Burgmans, Auburn

Beatrice Capra, Duke

Hayley Carter, North Carolina

Alex Cercone, Florida

Lynn Chi, California

Danielle Collins, Virginia

Veronica Corning, Northwestern

Taylor Davidson, Stanford

Caroline Doyle, Stanford

Julia Elbaba, Virginia

Silvia Garcia, Georgia

Saska Gavrilovska, Texas A&M

Kiah Generette, Baylor

Quinn Gleason, Notre Dame

Ester Goldfeld, Duke

Lorraine Guillermo, Pepperdine

Krista Hardebeck, Stanford

Olivia Janowicz, Florida

Romy Kölzer, Clemson

Yana Koroleva, Clemson

Maho Kowase, Georgia

Desirae Krawczyk, Arizona State

Katie Le, Santa Clara

Viktoriya Lushkova, Oklahoma State

Hanna Mar, Duke

Kyle McPhillips, UCLA

Brianna Morgan, Florida

Stephanie Nauta, Virginia

Petra Niedermayerova, Kansas State

Belinda Niu, Northwestern

Georgiana Patrasc, Mississippi State

Caroline Price, North Carolina

Nadia Ravita, Kentucky

Jordaan Sanford, Baylor

Zoë Scandalis, Southern California

Anett Schutting, California

Lacey Smyth, Arizona

Denise Starr, California

Cristina Stancu, Texas A&M

Zsofi Susanyi, California

Stefanie Tan, TCU

Ellen Tsay, Stanford

Chanelle Van Nguyen, UCLA

Stephanie Wagner, Miami (Fla.)

Ronit Yurovsky, Michigan

Carol Zhao, Stanford

Alternates:

1. Giuliana Olmos, Southern California

2. Eve Repic, Tennessee

3. Maegan Manasse, California

4. Sydney Campbell, Vanderbilt

5. Mary Anne Daines, Alabama

6. Georgina Sellyn, Vanderbilt

7. Kourtney Keegan, Florida

8. Kelsey Laurente, Miami (Fla.)

Seeds 1-8:

1. Jamie Loeb, North Carolina

2. Robin Anderson, UCLA

3. Kristie Ahn, Stanford

4. Julie Elbaba, Virginia

5. Beatrice Capra, Duke

6. Lauren Herring, Georgia

7. Hayley Carter, North Carolina

8. Jennifer Brady, UCLA

Seeds 9-16, listed alphabetically by last name:

Breaunna Addison, Texas

Emina Bektas, Michigan

Silvia Garcia, Georgia

Olivia Janowicz, Florida

Jenny Jullien, St. Mary’s (Calif.)

Anett Schutting, California

Cristina Stancu, Texas A&M

Chanelle Van Nguyen, UCLA



DOUBLES

Automatic qualifications (10), listed alphabetically by conference:

ACC -- Jamie Loeb and Hayley Carter, North Carolina

American Athletic -- Julia Fellerhoff and Rebecca Shine, Louisville

Big 12 -- Victoria Kisialeva and Blair Shankle, Baylor

Big Ten -- Brooke Bolender and Emina Bektas, Michigan

Conference USA -- Natalie Beazant and Liat Zimmermann, Rice

Ivy -- Bianca Sanon and Kanika Vaidya, Columbia

Pac-12 --  Jennifer Brady and Robin Anderson, UCLA

SEC -- Lauren Herring and Maho Kowase, Georgia

Sun Belt -- Abigail Tere-Apisah and Masa Grgan Georgia State

West Coast -- Michaela Capannolo and Yuki Chiang, Pepperdine

At-large selections (22), listed alphabetically by institution:

Erin Routliffe and Maya Jansen, Alabama

Emily Flickinger and Pleun Burgmans, Auburn

Beatrice Gumulya and Yana Koroleva, Clemson

Beatrice Capra and Hanna Mar, Duke

Olivia Janowicz and Kourtney Keegan, Florida

Belinda Woolcock and Sofie Oyen, Florida

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright, Florida State

Kate Fuller and Silvia Garcia, Georgia

Kendal Woodard and Megan Kurey, Georgia Tech

Caitlin McGraw and CeCe Witten, Kentucky

Monique Albuquerque and Clementina Riobueno Miami (Fla.)

Whitney Kay and Caroline Price, North Carolina

Veronica Corning and Alicia Barnett, Northwestern

Quinn Gleason and Britney Sanders, Notre Dame

Dominika Kanakova and Elixane Lechemia, South Carolina

Brynn Boren and Zoë Katz, Southern California

Zoë Scandalis and Giuliana Olmos, Southern California

Kristie Ahn and Carol Zhao, Stanford

Stefania Hristov and Cristina Stancu, Texas A&M

Catherine Harrison and Kyle McPhillips, UCLA

Courtney Colton and Lauren Mira, Vanderbilt

Julia Elbaba and Rachel Pierson, Virginia

Alternates:

1. Beatrice Gumulya* and Jessy Rompies, Clemson

2. Ester Goldfeld and Alyssa Smith, Duke

3. Maddie Kobelt and Valeria Salazar Garza, Syracuse

4. Danielle Spielmann and Mary Anne Daines, Alabama

5. Kelsey Laurente and Melissa Bolivar, Miami (Fla.)

6. Lynn Chi and Anett Schutting, California

*If a student-athlete would have been selected to the championship with two different partners, that student-athlete has the ability to be an alternate in the draw with the other partner. This only comes into play if the student-athlete not listed on both teams is unable to participate.

Seeds 1-4:

1. Jennifer Brady and Robin Anderson, UCLA

2. Lauren Herring and Maho Kowase, Georgia

3. Jamie Loeb and Hayley Carter, North Carolina

4. Erin Routliffe and Maya Jansen, Alabama

Seeds 5-8, listed alphabetically by institution:

Beatrice Capra and Hanna Mar, Duke

Kendall Woodard and Megan Kurey, Georgia Tech

Monique Albuquerque and Clementina Riobueno, Miami (Fla.)

Julia Elbaba and Rachel Pierson, Virginia

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