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Friday, January 12, 2018

2018 Freeman Day 1 results

Not there, just copying results.

From UNLV:

SINGLES FLIGHT ONE ROUND ONE (Jan. 12)

(1) #16 Ena Shibahara (UCLA) BYE
Anna Bogoslavets (UNLV) def. Marta Perez Mur (TX) 6-4, 6-4
(6) #44 Dzina Milvanovic (PEPP) def. Samantha Li (UNLV) 7-6, 6-2
Alexa Graham (UNC) def. McCartney Kessler (UF) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4
(3) #21 Vladica Babic (OSU) def. Peggy Porter (UF) 6-3, 6-2
Kimberly Yee (STAN) def. Evgeniya Levashova (PEPP) 6-1, 6-4
(7) #46 Abi Altick (UCLA) def. Aiwen Zhu (UNLV) 6-1, 6-4
Sofia Blanco (OSU) def. Maggie Kane (UNC) 7-6, 6-0
#69 Caroline Lampl (STAN) def. Marina Guinart (OSU) 6-3, 6-4
#119 Jada Hart (UCLA) def. (5) #32 Petra Granic (TX) 6-3, 6-3
Izumi Asano (UNLV) def. Katie Kubics (UF) 6-4, 6-3
#124 Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) def. Naomie Rosenberg (STAN) 6-0, 6-0 Victoria Emma (UF) W/O
Katie Stresnakova (OSU) def. (8) #57 Laura Gulbe (PEPP) 7-6, 7-5
#100 Terri Fleming (UCLA) def. En-Pei Huang (UNLV) 6-2, 7-6 (2)
#18 Jessie Aney (UNC) def. Dani Wagland (TX) 6-4, 6-4

 SINGLES FLIGHT ONE ROUND OF 16 (Jan. 12)

(1) #16 Ena Shibahara (UCLA) def. Anna Bogoslavets (UNLV) 6-3, 6-0 Alexa Graham (UNC) def. (6) #44 Dzina Milvanovic (PEPP) 6-2, 2-6, 7-6 (3)
#21 Vladica Babic (OSU) def. Kimberly Yee (STAN) 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 
(7) #46 Abi Altick (UCLA) def. Sofia Blanco (OSU) 6-4, 7-5
#119 Jada Hart (UCLA) def. #69 Caroline Lampl (STAN) 6-7, 7-5, 7-5
Izumi Asano (UNLV) def. #124 Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) 6-1, 6-1
Victoria Emma (UF) def. Katie Stresnakova (OSU) 2-6, 7-6, 6-4
(2) #18 Jessie Aney (UNC) def. #100 Terri Fleming (UCLA) 6-4, 6-4

 SINGLES FLIGHT ONE CONSOLATION (Jan. 12)

Marta Perez Mur (TX) BYE
McCartney Kessler (UF) def. Samantha Li (UNLV) 6-1, 6-0
Evgeniya Levashova (PEPP) def. Peggy Porter (UF) 6-0, 6-1
Maggie Kane (UNC) def. Aiwen Zhu (UNLV) by default
(5) #32 Petra Granic (TX) def. Marina Guinart (OSU) 7-6, 1-6, 1-0 (12-10) Katie Kubics (UF) def. Naomie Rosenberg (STAN) 6-4, 6-3
(8) #57 Laura Gulbe (PEPP) BYE
Dani Wagland (TX) def. En-Pei Huang (UNLV) 7-5, 1-6, 1-0 (10-7)

 SINGLES FLIGHT TWO ROUND ONE (Jan. 12)

Naomie Rosenberg (STAN) BYE
Jovana Kenic (UNLV) def. Anna Harmon (UNC) 6-4, 6-1
Mercedes Lopez (UNLV) def. Paulette Wolak (STAN) 6-0, 7-5
Juliet Zhang (UNLV) def. Liz Yao (STAN) 6-1. 6-0



 DOUBLES FLIGHT ONE ROUND ONE (Jan. 12)

(1) #7 Shibahara/Hart (UCLA) def. Granic/Perez Mur (TX) 6-2
Guinart/Stresnakova (OSU) def. Asano/Zhang (UNLV) 6-1
(4) #51 Jones/Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) def. Porter/Kubicz (UF) 7-5
Zhu/Huang (UNLV) def. Wolak/Rosenberg (STAN) 6-2
Lampl/Yee (STAN) def. Emma/Kessler (UF) 6-4
(3) #20 Babic/Blanco (OSU) def. Vazquez/Kane (UNC) 6-3
Levashova/Milovanovic (PEPP) def. Fleming/Altick (UCLA) 6-3
(2) #18 Aney/Graham (UNC) def. Bogoslavets/Li (UNLV) 6-3

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Peppedine 2018 roster

Failla, Jessica 5-6 JR TR
Gulbe, Laura 5-7 SR 3V
Lahey, Ashley 5-11 SO 1V
Lekaj, Adrijana 5-7 SO SQ
Levashova, Evgeniya 5-7 FR HS
Milovanovic, Dzina 5-6 JR 2V
Sherif, Mayar 5-11 SR 1V
Stefani, Luisa 5-6 JR 2V

No Appleton at VU, she turned pro I guess.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

2017 Winter National] Ellie Coleman & Fiona Crawley

Players of the tournament, for sure.

Q (3) Sophia Graver d. Elizabeth Coleman 2-6; 6-2; 7-5
16 Elizabeth Coleman d. (5) Reilly Tran 6-3; 7-6(4))
32 Elizabeth Coleman d. (17) Tatum Burger 6-1; 7-5
64 Elizabeth Coleman d. (11) Sophia Hatton 6-2; 6-2
128 Elizabeth Coleman d. Isabella DiLaura 6-0; 6-0

 Consolation:
CF Elizabeth Coleman d. (12) Josie Frazier 6-2; 6-0
CS Elizabeth Coleman d. (17) Clarissa Hand 6-2; 6-3
CQ Elizabeth Coleman d. (6) Alana Wolfberg 6-3; 6-0

 Girls' 18 Doubles
 PL Coleman/Jackson d. (6) Kourkina/Sorokko
 SF (1) Allen/Corley d. Coleman/Jackson 6-3; 6-1
Q Coleman/Jackson d. (13) Pietrowicz/Yelamanchili 6-2; 6-1
16 Coleman/Jackson d. Graver/Muljat 6-2; 6-4
32 Coleman/Jackson d. (4) Creath/Cusano 6-3; 7-6(7)
64 Coleman/Jackson d. Chu/Gordon 6-1; 6-1

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F Crawley d. Graver
SF (17) Fiona Crawley d. (7) Anika Yarlagadda 5-7; 6-1; 6-1
Q (17) Fiona Crawley d. (15) Dasha Kourkina 6-1; 2-6; 6-0
16 (17) Fiona Crawley d. (17) Nicole Hammond 6-3; 6-4
32 (17) Fiona Crawley d. (9) Kolie Allen 3-6; 6-2; 6-2
64 (17) Fiona Crawley d. Elizabeth Goines 6-0; 6-1
128 (17) Fiona Crawley d. Anna Letto 6-1; 6-0

Girls' 18 Doubles
 64 (13) Pietrowicz/Yelamanchili d. Crawley/Hrastar 2-6; 6-4; 10-1

Sunday, December 31, 2017

2017 Winter National Day 5 G16

Q (8) Eryn Cayetano d. Eleana Yu 6-2; 6-2
Q (9) Valencia Xu d. JUSTINE DONDONAY 6-4; 6-3

Q Allura Zamarripa d. (11) Carmen Corley 6-4; 6-2

Quite a tournament for Z.  Defeated Lee, Wiersholm and today even Corley. Only could watch a game but thought C was more powerful. Should try to watch tomorrow.

Q (1) Gianna Pielet d. (10) Rosie Garcia Gross 6-4; 5-7; 6-4

CQ (13) Katja Wiersholm d. Eleana Yu Wo (ill)

QQ (13) Katja Wiersholm d. Bridget Stammel 6-7(4); 6-4; 1-0(7)

Impressive performance all around by those youngsters in G16 singles matches I managed to watch. This being no exception, mainly watched the match TB methinks.  Both just hit and moved so well.

QQ Madison Sieg d. Makayla Mills 6-4; 6-2
QQ Sonya Macavei d. Kiana Rizzolo 6-2; 7-5
QQ (17) India Houghton d. (5) Chidimma Okpara 2-6; 7-6(2); 1-0(10)
R4 (13) Katja Wiersholm d. EMILY DE OLIVEIRA 6-3; 5-7; 1-0(5)

R4 Bridget Stammel d. Reese Brantmeier 6-4; 6-0

Impressed with both. B served quite well. Hit very well, both. B could slice well, too. S once made a drop shot winner. Probably hit a tad sharper.

R4 Madison Sieg d. Leyden Games 3-6; 6-1; 1-0(8)

S was really fast. Again both hit so well. G is quite a smooth hitter. They hugged at net after mp!

R4 Makayla Mills d. (2) Julia Andreach 7-5; 6-4
R4 Sonya Macavei d. (17) Kaitlin Tan Wo (ill)
R4 Kiana Rizzolo d. Sydni Ratliff Wo (inj)
R4 (5) Chidimma Okpara d. (17) Jenna Thompson 3-6; 6-1; 1-0(1)
R4 (17) India Houghton d. rachele rimondini 6-4; 7-6(2))

SF (15) DONDONAY/Lee d. (12) Catanzarite/Mavor 1-6; 6-4; 6-4

Glare and glitch on the screen made the match impossible to watch.

SF (1) Corley/Pielet d. (4) Zamarripa/Zamarripa 6-3; 6-4

Glare became too much during the 2nd set, still persevered lol.
The sisters led 3-2 in the 1st(had some chances to surge further ahead) and 4-3 in the 2nd. Again poached lots, very active at net, yet committed a tad too many errors. Sometimes got overpowered(hence defensive lobs sailing long).
C/P were more solid, punished the sisters' net approaches at times, served well. And of course defended well, all those attacks by the sisters.

2017 Winter National Day 5 G18

Couldn't watch much today.

Q (17) Fiona Crawley d. (15) Dasha Kourkina 6-1; 2-6; 6-0

Only watched a bit, quite a win by C. When I watched C's offense did bother K.

Q (7) Anika Yarlagadda d. (16) Angelica Blake 7-5; 4-6; 6-3

Thought maybe de facto final. Only watched a game or so.

 Q (3) Sophia Graver d. Elizabeth Coleman 2-6; 6-2; 7-5

Watched the start of the 2nd set. C really moved well, to return G's sharp drives painting the corners. Just does everything well, including net play.

Q (1) Chelsea Kung d. (17) Clarissa Hand 7-5; 6-4

Watched the start of 1st set, and 2nd set a bit. K did well to counter H's variety, moved well. Countered with her drop shot once. Thought both moved well.

CQ (12) Josie Frazier d. (16) Angelica Blake Wo (inj)
CQ (17) Clarissa Hand d. Maggie Cubitt Wo (inj)
QQ (17) Connie Ma d. Neha Velaga 6-1; 6-2

QQ (12) Josie Frazier d. Yekaterina Alferova 6-4; 1-6; 1-0(7)

A seems like a solid player, doesn't lack power either.

QQ (6) Alana Wolfberg d. (8) Briana Crowley Wo (inj)
QQ Maggie Cubitt d. Tia Mukherjee Wo (inj)
R4 (17) Connie Ma d. (17) Jennifer Gadalov Wo (ill)
R4 Neha Velaga d. (5) Reilly Tran Wo (inj)
R4 (12) Josie Frazier d. (10) Melissa Sakar Wo (inj)
R4 Yekaterina Alferova d. (14) Emma Jackson 6-2; 6-2
R4 (6) Alana Wolfberg d. Jennamarie Gordon 6-2Wo (inj)

R4 (8) Briana Crowley d. (17) Nicole Hammond 6-3; 6-3

Watched a bit. H really is a good player.

R4 Tia Mukherjee d. Katherine Fleischman 6-2; 4-6; 1-0(6)
R4 Maggie Cubitt d. Ava Hrastar Wo (inj)

SF (3) Hand/Hand d. (6) Kourkina/Sorokko 2-6; 6-3; 6-3
SF (1) Allen/Corley d. Coleman/Jackson 6-3; 6-1

By the time the doubles started the glare was too much, so didn't bother to watch, too bad. Only watched the former match for about a game before going out to bird. Anyhow no surprise 3 veteran? teams making the semis. 

Saturday, December 30, 2017

Class of 2023 top 2 play Winter Nat

Reese Brantmeier and Eleana Yu, both from the MW.
Both still alive in singles, #1 in Consolation and #2 in MD.

Nor Cal keeps producing top elites

Bellis was just the start.
Gordon won slam doubles in her first try(NFC).

2018, Choy top 10 (Bellis, Gordon and Choy all chose Stanford)
2020, Volynets #1 (As I said Zamarripa doubles is excellent)
2021, Ma #1, Inoue #8
2022, Ovrootsky #3
2023, Nelson #3, Khune #4

2017 Costa Mesa Intercollegiate Open semis and finals result

Coach McInerney must be glad(was seen around the venue today!).

F (4) Cali Jankowski d. (3) Annette Goulak 4-6; 6-4; 10-8
SF (3) Annette Goulak d. (2) Summer Dvorak 6-3; 6-1
SF (4) Cali Jankowski d. (1) Emma Higuchi 2-6; 6-2; 11-9 


Women's Open Doubles
F (1) Goulak/Higuchi d. (3) Friedman/Oudin 6-1; 6-4 

Isn't O really good in doubles. Impressive.

SF (3) Friedman/Oudin d. (2) Dvorak/Van Alphen 6-2; 6-3
SF (1) Goulak/Higuchi d. McBride/McBride 6-3; 6-1

2017 Winter National Day 4 doubles

Girls' 18 Doubles
Q (6) Kourkina/Sorokko d. (2) Crowley/Tran 7-5; 6-4

Last match to finish. As I said I had to watch Nor Cal vs NY G16 doubles match to the end, so couldn't watch much. Tran, overhead practice needed haha. But as usual the Russian's defense was insane, hence the long points in the first place. C was very active at net, good choice(they were aggressive so it was a contrast of styles between those 2 teams), but K/S again just returned real well.

Q (3) Hand/Hand d. Frazier/Gadalov 6-4; 6-4

Watched a bit at first, first match to start methinks. The sisters were certainly the better doubles team. Lakewood winner. But F/G should be quite solid, hence an understandable tight score.

Q Coleman/Jackson d. (13) Pietrowicz/Yelamanchili 6-2; 6-1

These MW youngsters..how far are they planning to go here lol. Well, tomorrow will be their supreme test against the #1 seed and title favorite.

Q (1) Allen/Corley d. (8) Kung/Wolfberg 6-1; 6-1

Only could watch a bit.

G16
Q (12) Catanzarite/Mavor d. (2) Huth/Okpara 6-2; 3-6; 10-6

Can't say, not sure I've seen either of them? I may've seen O play..

Q (15) DONDONAY/Lee d. (8) Broerman/Mills 6-0; 7-5

I think this is an upset.

Q (4) Zamarripa/Zamarripa d. (7) Andreach/Garcia Gross 6-7(5); 6-4; 12-10
 
Q (1) Corley/Pielet d. (6) Cayetano/Chan 6-1; 3-6; 11-9

#1 seed is not too impressive score-wise this tournament. But of course Cayetano is good(she was playing well when I watched at the start of the match).
De facto title match against the sisters tomorrow.

2017 Winter National Day 4 singles

16 (17) Fiona Crawley d. (17) Nicole Hammond 6-3; 6-4

H was quite good actually. C once applauded.

16 (15) Dasha Kourkina d. (6) Alana Wolfberg 7-6(3); 6-4

Upset. W can attack the sidelines at will(how she defeated Subhash at the National), but she isn't particularly a flat hitter. And K's defense was as usual, excellent. Hence the points were long.

16 (16) Angelica Blake d. Ava Hrastar 6-0; 7-6(5))

Disaster! Court 8 and the camera wasn't working again.

16 (7) Anika Yarlagadda d. Tia Mukherjee 6-1; 6-3

M moved well, not bad.

16 Elizabeth Coleman d. (5) Reilly Tran 6-3; 7-6(4))

Not a good day by T. Another talented two-handed fh attacker(National G16 singles Consolation winner, defeated Navarro), but a tad too many errors maybe. But C was really impressive. Her drives were really good, attacked quite well. Once applauded T's play. Despite her serve 'handicap'..
There were some line disputes.

16 (3) Sophia Graver d. (17) Jennifer Gadalov 6-2; 6-4

Graver must've played well. Hit through Gadalov's defense? Gadalov's gets are just insane lol.

16 (17) Clarissa Hand d. (14) Emma Jackson 6-0; 7-5

Started first so only watched the 1st set. They moved to court 2(court 12 had some problem?) later. H can vary depth and pace at will. Can 'toy' with the opponents with her variety. Alive in both MDs, no surprise of course.

16 (1) Chelsea Kung d. (10) Melissa Sakar 3-6; 6-4; 6-1

4Q (12) Josie Frazier d. Peyton Pesavento 6-3; 6-2

Pretty even.

4Q Yekaterina Alferova d. (9) Kolie Allen 6-3; 1-6; 1-0(9)
4Q Jennamarie Gordon d. Marcella Cruz 7-5; 2-6; 1-0(7)

2 upsets here.

4Q (8) Briana Crowley d. (17) Katherine Nguyen 6-3; 6-4

N was not bad at all, rather powerful.

4Q Katherine Fleischman d. Luba Vasilyuk Wo (pc)

4Q Maggie Cubitt d. Julia Adams 6-4; 6-0

A underserved well.

R3 Maja Pietrowicz d. (13) Ivana Corley 6-2; 6-2
R3 (17) Connie Ma d. Courtney Swift 7-6(3); 6-3
R3 Neha Velaga d. victoria hu 6-7(2); 6-0; 1-0(11)

Plenty of upsets this tournament. Velaga is rising rapidly per TRN.  Same class of 2020 as Hu.

R3 (12) Josie Frazier d. (17) Jessi Muljat 6-3; 4-1Ret (inj)

Did M's routine change or what. Return of serve reminded me of Hardebeck. Rather deliberate but played quite well methinks. Good movement by F.

R3 (9) Kolie Allen d. Anna Zhang 6-1; 4-6; 1-0(8)
R3 Yekaterina Alferova d. (11) Sophia Hatton 6-4; 3-6; 1-0(5)
R3 Marcella Cruz d. (17) Mackenzie Clark 4-6; 6-2; 1-0(9)
R3 Jennamarie Gordon d. Georgia Ryan 7-5; 6-3

R3 (8) Briana Crowley d. (17) Carly Briggs 6-3; 6-2

C even approached the net during singles. She seems to read the opponents' serve well?
B, solid as usual.

R3 (17) Katherine Nguyen d. Zoe Howard 6-2; 6-3
R3 Katherine Fleischman d. Emily Zhou Wo (ill)
R3 Luba Vasilyuk d. Nina Gulbransen 6-1; 6-0
R3 Julia Adams d. Kylie Duckworth 1-6; 6-3; 1-0(5)

R3 Maggie Cubitt d. (17) Tatum Burger 6-2; 6-1

Good match, B didn't play that bad actually.