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Saturday, February 17, 2018

I'm back!

At SD. Birded non-stop from 11am;

Shelter Island for Red-necked Grebe
Balboa Park for Greater Pewee
Tijuana Slough NWR for Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow
San Diego NWR for American Flamingo(presumed escapee from nearby hotel at Coronado)
San Diego Bay for Nazca Booby
Fiesta Island for Short-eared Owl
Famosa Slough

Phew. Total about 44 species. Focused on target species so didn't aim to spot as many bird species as possible; for example skipped San Diego river mudflat, etc.. Tri-colored Heron is reported to be still there.
Anyway total 186 species for San Diego County. Orange County 195, LA county 375, total lifebird 446 species.

Started with a dud, failing to spot those first three species(others also reported fail on the Grebe, not good..), but did spot Flamingo, Booby, Owl(all my firsts!)
That Owl put quite a show in front of us birders!
Finally at Famosa spotted its first Townsend's Warbler this year(I'm the first to spot it, at least among who reported on ebird!).
Spotted Parrots(Red-crowned?) flying by while eating at Arby's around 5:43pm.

ITR RSF starts at 9:30, so I'll try for Grebe and Pewee one more time, and possibly could also try to find Painted Redstart at Crown Point(Mission Bay).
And really hoping to spot Grace's Warbler near the venue(Crest Canyon OSP).
Not staying long this time, maybe two, at most 4 days.

 Heerman's Gull and Western Gull at Shelter Island
 Osprey at Shelter Island
 Savannah Sparrow at Tijuana Slough NWR
 American Flamingo
 Nazca Booby; yeah I know it's a fail pic lol, two on a buoy. Intrepid birders rent boats to get closer pics!
 Savannah Sparrow at Fiesta Island
 Owl show! 2 at least, possibly 3
 Oooh~
 Townsend's Warbler at Famosa

Monday, February 12, 2018

2018 NTI Final

Embree seemed to be in a good mood, almost skipped toward others before doing high fives lol. Dancing girls, Horvit(USC twitter/instagram) and Akkerman.

Only could watch doubles.

Mostly watched #2, then later stage of #1.

#2, Milovanovic's drives. She once even defended Sanford's poach at net. Levashova poached well.  Sanford wasn't too good, for example netting tons, hence the surprisingly lopsided score. Methinks the Waves served solidly.  Fail celebration lol between those 2 Waves(tried to do a 'Bryan Bros'?).

#3, Lekaj was very active at net. Altogether too many errors from the Waves.

#1, could watch from UNC 5-4 lead. All served well(didn't know Graham served that well). I'd say the Heels defended well, hence could neutralize the Waves' net aggression.

Sherif's serve;

After repeated attacks by the Waves, Sherif netted an overhead. Was this point crucial? Possibly. Trailed 0-30 yet caught up with aggressive plays, then Aney struck, making a brilliant poach on Sherif's drive. That poaching movement was reminiscent of KK, damn impressive at the critical moment. Those two points, Sherif's botched overhead and Aney's poach were decisive, imo(but of course one two points don't decide the outcome).
Was it the deciding point? Sherif aced...but got overruled. Coach Nilsson protested, to no avail. So, was it an ace?

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Team of the Tournament; Pepperdine

#1 singles Lahey

So UNC won despite losing #1.  Pepperdine lost 2, 4 and 5. Depth mattered.  Surprising rout by Levashova at #3 against Jones.

#2 singles Daavettila, probably MVP? Or Aney, who won both today. Anyway, against a red-hot Sherif, won in 2. 'Overcame' that lame serve? Haha. She didn't serve badly in doubles.

#3 singles not sure

#4 singles Graham, for sure.

#5?  In the final, from the Waves only Milovanovic won the 2nd set aside from Levashova. Sherif and Gulbe couldn't summon that extra something, lost 2 and 3 respectively.

Just saw the final point, typical, Aney approaching the net. Dzina's homework; passing shot!

#6, Lekaj surprisingly bageled COP in the 1st, but couldn't quite consolidate the win.

So that doubles point really mattered I guess.

Pepperdine would've won if Stefani played; I'm sure they'll be extra motivated for NCAA.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

2018 NTI] Last 2 matches and pic of the day

Score from WF

 What a year already WF is having!

 Doubles Results:
 1. Jaeda Daniel / Alizee Michaud (AUB) vs. No. 34 Eliza Omirou / Anna Ulyashchenko (WF) 5-2, unfinished
 2. No. 22 Emma Davis / Chandler Carter (WF) def. Taylor Russo / Madeline Meredith (AUB) 6-2 

Carter must've played well this time, she's a good doubles player. Another freshman.

 3. Alexis Franco / Mary Caroline Meredith (WF) def. Georgie Axon / Alannah Griffin (AUB) 6-0 

Meredith sisters both doing well.

 Singles Results:
 1. No. 77 Emma Davis (WF) def. No. 49 Jaeda Daniel (AUB) 6-4, 6-1

Davis definitely is one of the players to watch this Spring.  I don't think this match is such a surprise though: she always was a good hitter.

 2. No. 80 Eliza Omirou (WF) def. No. 86 Taylor Russo (AUB) 6-4, 0-6, 6-0

Omirou and Carter, great adds.

3. Chandler Carter (WF) vs. Alizee Michaud (AUB) 4-6, 0-1, unfinished
4. Anna Ulyashchenko (WF) vs. Madeline Meredith (AUB) 6-4, 3-6, 0-3, unfinished
5. Joanna Zalewski (WF) def. Caroline Turner (AUB) 6-4, 6-1
6. Andie Dikosavljevic (AUB) def. Mary Caroline Meredith (WF) 7-6 (9-7), 6-3

==
Score from UW

Michigan 4, Wisconsin 0
 Sunday, February 11, 2018 Nielsen Tennis Stadium | Madison, Wis.

SINGLES
No. 1: Keberle (UW) vs. #29 Fahey (MICH), 6-4, 4-6, DNF

K, another Midwest product, freshman. One of the most shocking results this tournament, Fahey has been cruising.

No. 2: #56 Lommer (MICH) def. Rompf (UW), 6-2, 6-1

No. 3: Grambeau (UW) vs. Minor (MICH), 4-6, 7-5, DNF

I guess M is still rusty. Still..


No. 4: Pick (UW) vs. Ruder-Hook (MICH), 4-6, 2-5, DNF 

Pick, eT tu? Lol.

No. 5: Najarian (MICH) def. Linden (UW), 7-6 (5), 6-2
No. 6: Lorenzini (MICH) def. Zordani (UW), 6-2, 6-3

 DOUBLES
No. 1: Fahey and Najerian (MICH) def. Castellano and Rompf (UW), 6-4
No. 2: Keberle and Pick (UW) def. Ruder-Hook and Hall (MICH), 6-3
NO. 3: Lommer and Patiuk (MICH) def. Linden and Zordani (UW), 6-2

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Pelagic trip was a success! Waiting for the final tally from the trip leader, but we saw Scripp's Murrelet, Rhinoceros Auklet, Northern Fulmar, Pomarine? Jaeger...after a while I was even bored watching so many Cassin's Auklets and Black-vented Shearwaters!

Didn't bring my basic camera(others were sporting expensive high-speed cameras!), but later at Culver City Park, found that Painted Redstart on my 2nd try!  It was right above me, so took a pic; enjoyez!  You don't see this bird in California every day!



Sherif's notable wins

She was already very good while playing for FSU. That's why I was so surprised hearing she transferred to PEPP(in lieu of Chang who turned pro)

At FSU in her 2nd year:

2/6/2016Dual MatchPos. #1Beatrice Capra #9 Duke UniversityU7-5, 1-0
2/5/2016Dual MatchPos. #1Francesca Di Lorenzo #22 Ohio State UniversityLoss6-2, 6-1
1/30/2016Dual MatchPos. #1#13 Gabriela Talaba #8 Texas Tech UniversityWin6-3, 2-6, 6-3
1/23/2016Dual MatchPos. #1Catherine Harrison #13 UCLALoss6-1, 6-2
1/22/2016Dual MatchPos. #1Shannon Hudson University of ArkansasU
1/15/2016Cal Winter InvitationalMaegan Manasse #14 CaliforniaLoss6-2, 6-3
1/15/2016Cal Winter InvitationalEmily Gibbens Cal PolyWin6-4, 6-1
11/13/20152015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate ChampionshipsRound of 16Anna Shkudun Syracuse UniversityLoss3-6 6-3 7-5
11/12/20152015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate ChampionshipsRound of 32Francesca Di Lorenzo #22 Ohio State UniversityLoss6-4, 6-1
11/8/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentFinal#11 Stacey Fung #24 University of WashingtonWin6-1, 7-5
11/7/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentSemifinalsZoĆ« Katz University of Southern CaliforniaWin7-5, 6-3
11/7/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentQuarterfinalsMatea Cutura #6 PepperdineWin6-3, 7-5
11/7/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentRound of 16Ferny Angeles Paz #22 Ohio State UniversityWin6-4, 3-6, 10-7
11/6/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentRound of 16Lauren Marker University of ArizonaWin6-4, 4-6, 7-6
11/5/2015Jack Kramer Collegiate TournamentRound of 64Marlou Kluiving University of OregonWin6-2, 6-3
10/27/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipFinalTaylor Davidson #1 StanfordLoss7-5, 2-6, 6-1
10/25/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipSemifinalsCaroline Doyle #1 StanfordWin7-5, 6-3
10/25/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipQuarterfinalsKlara Fabikova #14 CaliforniaWin6-2, 7-6(7)
10/24/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipRound of 16Madison Clarke Santa Clara UniversityWin6-3, 7-5
10/24/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipRound of 32#11 Stacey Fung #24 University of WashingtonWin6-4, 7-6(9)
10/23/20152015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Northwest Regional ChampionshipRound of 64Shanna Dos Santos Univ. of San FranciscoWin6-2, 6-0
10/1/2015Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsFinal#47 Julia O'Loughlin University of DenverLoss6-4, 6-4

At PEPP


5/26/2017NCAA Division I Individual ChampionshipsRound of 16Brienne Minor #10 University of MichiganLoss6-3, 7-5
5/25/2017NCAA Division I Individual ChampionshipsRound of 32#50 Josie Kuhlman #3 University of FloridaWin6-4, 7-5
5/24/2017NCAA Division I Individual ChampionshipsRound of 64Francesca Di Lorenzo #22 Ohio State UniversityWin6-4, 6-2
5/21/2017Dual MatchPos. #3#19 Christina Rosca #2 Vanderbilt UniversityWin6-2, 6-2

1/15/2017Freeman MemorialSemifinals#12 Ena Shibahara #13 UCLALoss6-4, 6-2
1/14/2017Freeman MemorialQuarterfinalsViktoriya Lushkova #18 Oklahoma State UniversityWin4-6, 6-3, 7-6
1/14/2017Freeman MemorialRound of 16Spencer Liang #3 University of FloridaWin6-2, 6-1
1/13/2017Freeman MemorialRound of 32#65 Kaitlyn McCarthy #9 Duke UniversityWin6-2, 6-2
10/7/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsQuarterfinals#51 Astra Sharma #2 Vanderbilt UniversityLoss7-6 (4), 6-3
10/7/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsRound of 16Katarina Adamovic #18 Oklahoma State UniversityWin6-4, 6-3
10/6/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsRound of 32#7 Anna Danilina #3 University of FloridaWin6-4, 6-2
10/5/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsRound of 16#13 Gabriela Talaba #8 Texas Tech UniversityWin6-2, 3-6, 7-5
10/4/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsRound of 32#65 Kaitlyn McCarthy #9 Duke UniversityWin6-4, 7-5
10/4/2016Riviera/ITA Women's All-American ChampionshipsRound of 64Elena Cerezo-Codina Virginia TechWin3-6, 6-3, 6-4

So she defeated 2 slam winners, also defeated Talaba, Fabikova, Lushkova, Fung, Danilina, Kuhlman, McCarthy, Adamovic..

And she's playing #3 lol. The reason why I thought Pepperdine was a contender from last season.

2018 IW PQ winner

Women's Open Singles
F (2) Ashley Kratzer d. Pamela Montez 6-3; 6-4
SF Pamela Montez d. (3) Hanna Chang 6-4; 5-7; 11-9
SF (2) Ashley Kratzer d. (4) Chanelle Van Nguyen 6-3; 7-6

Winner is of course no surprise: finalist is. maybe Chang should've played for Pepperdine..!

2018 ITF Surprise] Day 1 interesting results

(6)Michelle Larcher de Brito (POR) d. Cali Jankowski (USA) 76(5) 75
(7)Shilin Xu (CHN) d. Elysia Bolton (USA) 57 61 60

2018 NTI] Day 3 other matches

Score from UCLA

No. 13 UCLA 4, No. 19 South Carolina 1

Important win for UCLA rank-wise.

 Singles competition
1. #12 Ena Shibahara (UCLA) def. #118 Mia Horvit (SCAR) 6-3, 6-2
2. #57 Jada Hart (UCLA) def. #38 Hadley Berg (SCAR) 6-4, 6-0
3. #74 Terri Fleming (UCLA) vs. Ingrid Gamarra Martins (SCAR) 6-3, 5-3 unfinished
4. #31 Abi Altick (UCLA def. Silvia Chinellato (SCAR) 6-4, 0-1 ret.
5. #93 Alaina Miller (UCLA) vs. Megan Davis (SCAR) 4-6, 4-4 unfinished
6. Rachel Rohrabacher (SCAR) def. Gabby Andrews (UCLA) 6-1, 6-4 

Doubles competition
1. Terri Fleming/Jada Hart (UCLA) def. Silvia Chinellato/Ingrid Gamarra Martins (SCAR) 7-6(4)
2. #25 Gabby Andrews/Ayan Broomfield (UCLA) def. Hadley Berg/Paige Cline (SCAR) 7-5
3. Megan Davies/Rachel Rohrabacher (SCAR) def. Alaina Miller/Ena Shibahara (UCLA) 6-3 

Davies really seems to be the real deal.

 Match Notes:
South Carolina 5-3; National ranking #19
UCLA 5-2; National ranking #13
Order of finish: Doubles (3,2,1); Singles (4,6,2,1)


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Score from Tech

 #8 Texas Tech vs. #4 Georgia
Quarterfinal Consolation

DOUBLES
1. #16 Dvorak/Federici vs. #8 Christofi/Coppoc: 5-4, unfinished
2. #18 Gould/Jokic def. Talaba/Maltby: 6-4
3. Shaffer/Goulak def. Rush/Valenstein: 6-2

 Order of finish: 3, 2

 SINGLES
1. #13 Gabriela Talaba vs. #8 Katarina Jokic: 6-4, 5-3, unfinished
2. Kennedy Shaffer def. #44 Felicity Maltby: 6-3, 7-5
3. #72 Sabrina Federici vs. #39 Marta Gonzalez: 6-1, 2-6, 1-0, unfinished
4. #108 Sarah Dvorak def. #71 Morgan Coppoc: 6-3, 6-2
5. Mariana Gould def. Lana Rush: 6-2, 6-3
6. Annette Goulak def. Reagan Collins: 6-1, 6-1

 Order of finish: 6, 5, 4, 2

Val didn't play singles.

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From UT:

  head coach Howard Joffe

"From the department of small victories, the seventh try was the charm with respect to winning the doubles point. Bianca (Turati) and Marta (Perez-Mur) beat an excellent doubles team, and Bojana (Markovic) and Petra (Granic) gutted out a nail-biter against another highly-ranked team. Our ladies are giving 100% and battling all the way each day. On this basis, I couldn't be more proud of them. For such a young group it is easy to get discouraged, but every day they have battled superbly. I definitely think that a return to Austin and finally getting to compete at home after this long away stretch will be chicken soup for the Longhorns' proverbial soul."

 What is that last sentence..lol.

  ITA National Team Indoor Championships Consolation Bracket
No. 15 Ole Miss 4, No. 11 Texas 2

Doubles – Order of Finish: 2, 3, 1
 1 Bojana Markovic/Petra Granic (UT) def. No. 11 Arianne Hartono/Alexa Bortles (OM), 7-5 
 2 Bianca Turati/Marta Perez-Mur (UT) def. No. 27 Natalie Suk/Sabina Machalova (OM), 6-1
 3 Tea Jandric/T. Janatova (OM) def. Dani Wagland/Anna Turati (UT), 6-4

UT finally wins the doubles point.

 Singles – Order of Finish: 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
1 No. 25 Arianne Hartono (OM) def. No. 1 Bianca Turati (UT), 6-2, 7-6 (4) 

Hartono or Lahey, as #1 singles of the tournament.

 2 No. 41 Anna Turati (UT) def. Natalie Suk (OM), 6-0, 6-1
 3 Sabina Machalova (OM) def. No. 64 Petra Granic (UT), 3-6, 6-3, 6-4

 4 No. 124 Tea Jandric (OM) def. No. 115 Bojana Markovic (UT), 6-2, 6-4

 5 Alexa Bortles (OM) def. Marta Perez-Mur (UT), 6-4, 6-3
6 Katie Poluta (UT) vs. Anna Vrbenska (OM), 2-6, 6-4, 1-2, susp. I

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From GT. Their first win against UF

No. 7 GEORGIA TECH VS. NO. 3 FLORIDA RESULTS
Match Score: Georgia Tech 4, Florida 2

DOUBLES
1. No. 3 Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones (GT) def. Anna Danilina/Victoria Emma (UF) 6-2 
2. No. 52 Johnnise Renaud/Ida Jarlskog (GT) def. Josie Kuhlman/McCartney Kessler (UF) 6-0 
3. Peggy Porter/Katie Kubicz (UF) def. Victoria Flores/Nami Otsuka (GT) 6-3 

Shocking result all around, all 3 matches.

 Order of finish: 2, 3, 1

 SINGLES
1. No. 24 Paige Hourigan (GT) def. No. 7 Anna Danilina (UF) 4-6, 6-1, 7-5
2. No. 50 Josie Kuhlman (UF) def. Johnnise Renaud (GT) 7-5, 6-3
3. No. 58 Ida Jarlskog (GT) vs. No. 96 Victoria Emma (UF) 6-4, 1-6, 5-4, DNF 4. McCartney Kessler (UF) def. Victoria Flores (GT) 6-4, 6-1
5. Kenya Jones (GT) def. Peggy Porter (UF) 6-2, 6-2
6. Nami Otsuka (GT) def. Katie Kubicz (UF) 6-1, 6-2

2018 NTI] Final short preview

From Pepperdine:
"Luisa Stefani is currently competing in the Federal Cup for her home country Brazil. "

Oh I did not know that. Excuses, excuses :p  The Waves 'overcame' anyway lol.  I was thinking Embree should find a way to start..haha.


As I said doubles could be very important.

The Waves LOVE to come to the net. It's their style.  They want to finish doubles quickly haha. So, can the Heels pass/lob.

And I wonder what tomorrow's lineup will be.

If both teams maintain today's order, top 2 will be a veritable firepower duel. Daavettila has beaten Neel by passing well at the National, but who knows. Sherif could certainly crush D's weak serves.

I'd like to see Levashova play 3 again. Methinks Jones is a bit more powerful than Rosca, but L's defense and touch is good, so..

Which will mean Gulbe vs Graham could be paramount.

Milovanovic vs Aney, hard to say. Like Chi M is a good attacker, and A's condition doesn't seem too good. Normally A's defence could be good enough, yet....Aney can use high-low slice as effectively as Dvorak. And she's again, normally a better server than D as well.

Should be interesting, the lineup.

And I always want a new champion, always :)
UNC is recruiting too well anyway, so I'd say Pepperdine needs this more, for recruiting top Americans :p  Lahey is the sole American now(Failla is a transfer).

I wonder how many singles matches will be viewable on cam? There are 6 cams..

2018 NTI] Semis

From Pepperdine:

#6 Pepperdine 4, #2 Vanderbilt 3

Singles
1: #27 Ashley Lahey (PEPP) def. #51 Astra Sharma (VAN) – 7-5, 6-7 (3), 6-1
2: #20 Mayar Sherif (PEPP) def. #5 Fernanda Contreras (VAN) – 7-5, 6-0
3: #19 Christina Rosca (VAN) def. Evgeniya Levashova (PEPP) – 6-3, 6-4
4: #75 Laura Gulbe (PEPP) def. Emma Kurtz (VAN) – 6-0, 6-3
5: #85 Dzina Milovanovic (PEPP) def. Summer Dvorak (VAN) – 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 
6: Amanda Meyer (VAN) def. Adrijana Lekaj (PEPP) 6-2, 6-7 (3)

 Order of Finish: 4, 2, 3, 6, 5, 1*

 Doubles
 1: Ashley Lahey/Mayar Sherif (PEPP) def. #31 Astra Sharma/Fernanda Contreras (VAN) – 7-5
 2: Emma Kurtz/Emily Smith (VAN) def. Evgeniya Levashova/Dzina Milovanovic (PEPP) – 7-6 (1)
 3: Amanda Meyer/Christina Rosca (VAN) def. Laura Gulbe/Adrijana Lekaj (PEPP) – 6-1

 Order of Finish: 3, 1, 2*

Probably power. And Sherif's net approaches must've been working very well.  Contreras is a terrific defender, but when S is on, it can be very hard to counter. I'll post some of her best results later.

Lahey is of course uber aggressive, and she clinched two days in a row.

But I'd say M winning was more impressive, since she hasn't really delivered in National stages. Was routed by Otsuka yesterday, so frankly had my doubt. I mean of course she's a bigger hitter than Dvorak, but thought D's slices could give her trouble.

Kurtz has good defence so Gulbe beating her quickly, of course was huge. And who would've thought Sherif would win 2nd lol(shock and awe? That's her style. If you can't handle her net approaches...but I dunno how it went).

Curious Levashova played up to 3. Normally her at lower end is a safe bet.

VU lost fair and square. Slam winner Contreras played 2. Meyer played 6. Won doubles. Have to hand it to the Waves.

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From UNC:

 " UNC has now won the last five head-to-head matches with the Blue Devils. "

  Singles Results
#6 Alle Sanford (UNC) vs. #9 Samantha Harris (Duke) 3-6, 6-4, 6-6 (1), unfinished
#52 Sara Daavettila (UNC) def. #65 Kaitlyn McCarthy (Duke) 6-2, 6-2 
#10 Makenna Jones (UNC) def. #30 Kelly Chen (Duke) 2-6, 6-3, 6-4
#78 Alexa Graham (UNC) def. #119 Ellyse Hamlin (Duke) 7-6 (3), 6-1
#106 Meible Chi (Duke) def. #21 Jessie Aney (UNC) 6-2, 6-4
Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) vs. Hannah Zhao (Duke) 3-6, 7-6 (2), 3-4, unfinished

 Order of Finish: 5, 2, 4, 3

 Doubles Results
#30 Aney/Graham (UNC) def. #5 Harris/Chen (Duke) 6-4 
#20 Daavettila/Sanford (UNC) def. #2 McCarthy/Hamlin (Duke) 6-4 Akkerman/Jones (UNC) vs. Zhao/Chi (Duke) 5-4, unfinished

 Order of Finish: 1, 2

Beating Duke doubles, big deal.
UNC changed the lineup order, dunno why, but anyway it paid off I guess(was birding all day so dunno how it went).  Maybe they wanted to secure at least one position from 4/5.
And Jones stepping up is of course huge for them. UNC didn't even need the win from #1..
Of course Daavettila winning so quickly also helped immensely. Maybe she overpowered M?

UNC doubles is the key. I mean they were good in juniors, so of course no big surprise. But they didn't do too well during Fall. Peaked at NTI, and it's what, they're 4th consecutive final?

I just don't see how Pepperdine can beat them without Stefani. Yes they shocked me by beating VU after losing the doubles point, but UNC probably has better depth(but: today UNC 5/6 were..).  So if they lose the doubles point-and Stefani is a very good doubles player - it'll be verra hard to surmount that deficit.

But who knows, if we're going to witness a new Champion. Go for it. :)

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Alex Angyalosy a Tiger?

I thought she went to Tech? Didn't she actually play for them?
Anyway, she's at Clemson now, on the roster.