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Sunday, November 30, 2014

2014 Irvine day 3 part 2

As I said, missed the MD sgls matches at first because I was at HCP watching Consolation singles(and I'm glad I did).



Disaster struck when the play resumed at UHS; they played way back from the bleachers lol.

Girls' 18 Singles

Q (2) Samantha Martinelli d. (6) Felicity Maltby 5-7; 6-4; 6-2

This match was played farthest lol, so can't really say. It was a terrific slugfest though, too bad the view was limited. Fel approached the net a lot, it was effective since Sam had problem coping against it.

Q (9) Ryan Peus d. (8) Camille Favero 7-6; 6-4

A bit better view than the above match lol, finished last. Ryan was real aggressive, but Camille returned well so the match was tight all the way. Ryan's serve was again unstable in this match. And did commit some volley errors, but still her trademark net approach and volley attacks were effective methinks.

Q Nevada Apollo d. (4) Darya Possokhova 7-5; 6-4

Nearest match. I was so impressed with Nevada; because Darya was hitting and serving so well lol. Really, the sheer pace of it; hits so flat, with devastating pace.  And Nevada was returning every one of them! Not just scooping back, properly returning deep. And not only that, attacked the sidelines, those counterattacks were devastating!  Darya did make more winners but her game has little margin for errors I guess. Still hit well, so there were literally tons of high pace rallies.

Nevada goes to Gonzaga? This match Nevada's level was TRN 5 star, or maybe even blue chip level..!
WCC, here she comes! Lol she might even challenge the Portland duo for supremacy...!

Q (1) Ena Shibahara d. (7) Hanna Chang 6-0; 6-2

As I said, missed this.

Thankfully the remaining matches were played at HCP.

SF (9) Ryan Peus d. (2) Samantha Martinelli 6-2; 6-2

Ryan served well, surprise lol. Sam sank tons, and Ryan was probably a bit better mover. Sam's drive could be so flat, and when she puts her weight on her bh, that could be devastating. Ryan did well to return all those potent shots, so the rally was fierce.

SF (1) Ena Shibahara d. Nevada Apollo 6-2; 6-2

Couldn't really watch, only the later part but again, Nevada's win against Darya wasn't a fluke; same pattern, counterattacking sharply, literally painting the sidelines; this was no easy win for Ena.  But of course Ena's drive pace was maybe too good; she's probably one of the best serve returners out there.  And she put spin on her FH when she created an open court; smart play, probably(no risking making WTF home run errors lol).

Whenever I see Ena, I sigh lol(as a USC fan of course!); probably will go to UCLA? Will fit right in, maybe could play #1..will be a massive headache against the other Pac 12 rivals..

Consolation:
PL-S (8) Camille Favero d. (6) Felicity Maltby 6-3; 6-7(3); 1-0(11)

Watched from the latter part of the 2nd. Last consolation match, and it was very high level methinks. Fel again approached the net a lot, thought it was risky, and her volleys could be better; not like Carson's. Still persisted, pretty courageous and it was working.  Yet in the end, just committed too many errors, mostly drives sailing long; she was in control of the whole match, bossing Camille around with her beautiful drives(I said a lot but repeat; her fh drive when properly unleashed is a thing of a beauty lol). Yet, Camille's defense was incredible, put back so many potent shots. She's just so solid, kinda reminds me of Moldovan or Daniell. Serve was a bit unstable(Fel actually served ok later on), Fel in fact attacked those well, but managed to grinded it out. I also think Camille tried to target Fel's relatively weaker bh side, well everybody does that(like against Xepoleas).
Oh nice talking to Fel as well lol, thanks for the info too :)  Also enjoyed those massive racquet tosses haha.

Also chatted a bit with Darya. Now I know why Christina's mom rooted for her at the National!  Any school will be lucky to have her.

PL-S (7) Hanna Chang d. (4) Darya Possokhova 6-1; 6-2

Finished too fast lol, Hanna was in best condition, serve was working real well in the first place. And as usual employed variety moving Darya around.  Even defended so well against Darya's sharp drive attacks, sliding, etc. She certainly seems to favor those deep drives that bounces high; pretty confident in her defensive ability methinks.  Anyway her condition was too good; what does this mean then, how good is Ena lol.

CQ Carson Branstine d. (3) Nicole Kalhorn 3-6; 7-5; 1-0(8)

So, I didn't mind going to UHS at all even when I found out that MD singles matches were being played there; because of this match, of course.

Carson is really...So. Cal can pay right back against No. Cal in Maze Cup, when her and Claire Liu teams up to play sgls in the future lol.  Hits so well, serve included, and her touch also is superb; volley, drop shot, can do anything, and moreover, can actually construct points beautifully; very smart. Adding her usual epic tantrums lol, and you have a total package..!  Do you know how difficult it is to win against Nicole in volley duels lol; and Carson did it, what a sight..she's right up there with Abi imo..

And Nicole played so well against this enfant terrible lol.  Didn't know she was this good, instantly was reminded of Sabrina Santamaria; master slicer, can construct points well, moves very well..even attacks 2nd serves very well, standing inside the baseline and scoring some outright winners. Served decently too.

So thought Nicole might win, just like Summer Dvorak defeating Abigail Desiatnikov at EB; yet, Carson's flawless attacking eventually paid off; Nicole committed some errors later on.
Helluva match.

CQ (9) Taylor Calton d. Constance Branstine 6-4; 6-1

Only saw the last game? when I returned to HCP. Taylor was flawless. With Nevada, definitely my new find in this tournament.

CQ (9) Sydney Van Alphen d. Gianna Insogna 6-0; 6-0

Sydney already won when I arrived at HCP. And was sporting a Stanford sweatshirt, haha.

CQ Salma Ewing d. (9) Mariko Iinuma Wo (inj)

R3 Carson Branstine d. Amber Park 6-3; 5-2Ret (inj)
R3 (3) Nicole Kalhorn d. Jenna Moustafa 3-6; 6-2; 1-0(7)

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Girls' 18 Doubles

SF (2) Kalhorn/Martinelli d. (4) Nakagawa/Peus Def (ns)

What happened here lol. I guess Risa didn't show up?

SF (1) Goulak/Shibahara d. (3) Chang/Possokhova 8-3

Afraid this would happen, G/S were just simply too good. Chang actually served well, but G/S served real well too. And G's defense was just too good, recovered superbly against Darya's sharp attacks, covering Ena well, so won lots of points.

2014 Irvine day 3 part 1 (Consolation 1st rd)

Writing this during a rain delay.

Thankfully these matches moved to HCP, so could watch comfortably: they added some shade structures, great.

Consolation:

R3 Constance Branstine d. Melissa Pick 6-4; 6-3

Couldn't watch much but Pick could actually hang with B, impressive. Utah and CU coaches watched this.

R3 (9) Taylor Calton d. (5) Mira Ruder-Hook Wo (pc)

R3 (9) Sydney Van Alphen d. (9) Summer Dvorak 6-1; 6-2

First match to start at crt 12, and it being a marquee match, concentrated on this one. Summer's mom approached me so had a nice chat.

Summer used variety, came up to the net, but overall Sydney's condition was too good. Can hit every shot, and her defence was very good: parried all those Summer's drive attacks, including on the run, and those intense rallies not infrequently ended with Summer's errors. Reacted to Summer's drop shots pretty well too.
Was that Krista's father?

R3 Gianna Insogna d. Sarah Nuno Wo (pc)

R3 Salma Ewing d. Annette Goulak 6-4; 3-6; 1-0(6)

Annette was in control of points yet Salma returned very well. Both hit very well so it was an enjoyable match. At TB Annette sank some balls, and her volleys at one crucial point were a bit weak so got passed.

Linuma def. Amos

A seems pretty intelligent, has all the shots, and constructed points well using her variety. L just drove well.

Branstine vs. Park

Rain interrupted at 5-2 B lead in the 2nd. Carson's drives are really, really good..can change direction superbly as well.

Moustafa vs Kalhorn going to 3rd? (M won the 1st set)

The match seemed pretty even, K as usual relentlessly came up to the net, and M reacted fairly well.

MD matches were played at UHS, so went back during the rain delay, just could copy the scores. Ena defeated Hanna in a surpringly easy score.

Apollo vs Possokhova 7-5, 2-2

Favero vs. Peus 5-5

Maltby vs Martinelli 7-5, 0-4

Sam was all alone with a tournament staff lol(since Sam's mom had to be at HCP to watch Kalhorn first), so had a nice chat. Enjoyed the hospitality too.

I'll have to stay at U from now on.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

2014 Irvine day 2

Lots of girls seem taller lol, Goulak, Peus, Carson..

And I want to apologize for my terrible hearing lol, sorry.

Consolation:

R3 (9) Taylor Calton d. (5) Mira Ruder-Hook Wo (pc)
3Q Carson Branstine d. Kelsey Chen 6-3; 6-2
3Q Jenna Moustafa d. (9) Michelle Wang 6-1; 6-2
3Q Melissa Pick d. Josie Legarza 6-4; 6-0
3Q (5) Mira Ruder-Hook d. Sahara Knights-Martin 6-2; 6-1

3Q (9) Sydney Van Alphen d. Caisey Lee Emery 6-3; 3-6; 1-0(6)

Wanted to watch this, too bad.

3Q Gianna Insogna d. Julia Deming 6-1; 6-4
3Q (9) Caroline Amos d. Sarah Hu 6-3; 1-6; 1-0(8)
3Q Salma Ewing d. Grace Lin 6-3; 6-1

R2 Carson Branstine d. REGINA PITTS 6-3; 6-0
R2 Kelsey Chen d. Natalia Munoz 7-5; 6-3
R2 Jenna Moustafa d. Ally McKenzie 6-0; 6-1
R2 (9) Michelle Wang d. Jennifer Lu 6-1; 6-3

R2 Josie Legarza d. Tammy Van 6-4; 7-6(1)

Was this match played on cry 13? Was Josie the blond one? She was quite a slicer, say like Glovin at EB G16 a few years ago, relentlessly sliced away, and was pretty good at it too, combined with lob etc.  The match was pretty tight.

R2 Melissa Pick d. Allison Chuang 4-6; 7-5; 1-0(8)

Wow.

R2 (5) Mira Ruder-Hook d. Proyfon Lohaphaisan 6-1; 6-3

Enjoyed Amos vs Sullivan? (crt 13 1st match), thought that was the last R2 match, and then Mira showed up, went to the adjacent crt 12!  And I thought I was late lol, the courts were wet, maybe that was the reason. Anyhow Mira played well, serving and driving aggressively as usual; L wasn't that bad..

R2 Sahara Knights-Martin d. Jessica Anzo Wo (inj)

R2 (9) Sydney Van Alphen d. Quinterra Waltereze 6-0; 6-0

Just could watch a bit, Sydney was too good.

R2 Caisey Lee Emery d. Kira Hamilton Wo (inj)
R2 Julia Deming d. Joy Kim 6-4; 6-3
R2 Gianna Insogna d. Catherine Kreslin 6-3; 6-1

R2 (9) Caroline Amos d. Isabella Sullivan 6-3; 6-0

I'm not sure I've seen both, the match actually was pretty entertaining.

R2 Sarah Hu d. Yuki Asami 2-6; 6-2; 1-0(15)

Watched a bit.

R2 Salma Ewing d. Shirline Wee 6-2; 6-2

Couldn't watch this much, had a glimpse, a girl in a white cap? drove well then came up to the net, volleyed well too. I think is was Salma.

R2 Grace Lin d. Paulina Ferrari Wo (inj)

Girls' 18 Singles
16 (2) Samantha Martinelli d. (9) Taylor Calton 6-3; 6-3

Crt 12 match, this match and Peus vs Kalhorn was practically deserted.  Taylor's drive form is really good, can hit very flat as well, almost playing first strike tennis; consistency was a problem but I think result will follow, since her form is good.  Sam returned those sharp drives well in the first place.

16 (6) Felicity Maltby d. Constance Branstine 6-3; 5-7; 6-4

Haven't watched Constance in a while, and that was a pretty impressive performance; was very aggressive, attacked from the get-go, so could control lots of points; especially attacked Fel's serves well.  Drives went a bit wide from time to time, but like Carton, has plenty of firepower so could be pretty good methinks.  Fel's serve was as usual lol, hit and miss; her fh was almost devastating in the 1st so could win the 1st set easily.
Later came back to watch the 3rd, later on Fel was a bit conservative, yet was aggressive at important points. Great match.

16 (9) Ryan Peus d. (3) Nicole Kalhorn 1-6; 6-3; 6-2

Couldn't watch much, in the 1st Nicole's net approach seemed effective.  Almost relentlessly came up to the net, and her net reflex was superb; she was like that when I first saw her against Alex Sanford at Winter Nat. Say like Hadley Berg(Had has a bit more firepower methinks).
Then I later could concentrate in the 3rd, since this was the last match standing. Similar pattern but I guess Ryan reacted well in the end; she was a bit better driver too methinks.  Ryan's ball toss is a bit unstable.

16 (8) Camille Favero d. Amber Park 6-2; 6-3

This match, crt 18? had lots of spectators including ASU, UC Davis? and Colorado coaches.  That court has a limited view so couldn't really watch much though, too bad. It seemed that Amber was controlling points, yet Camille returned well, that was my impression.

16 Nevada Apollo d. Annette Goulak 7-5; 6-4

Couldn't watch much, but Annette's fh drive could trouble Nevada(her fh drive form is a thing of a beauty lol). Small steps were as usual pretty good..

16 (4) Darya Possokhova d. (9) Mariko Iinuma 6-4; 6-3

Same here, in fact was impressed with Mariko, when I watched the match was pretty even.

16 (7) Hanna Chang d. Sarah Nuno 6-4; 6-3

I think this match was played at UHS?

16 (1) Ena Shibahara d. (9) Summer Dvorak 6-2; 6-0

This too? Too bad.

Girls' 18 Doubles

Q (2) Kalhorn/Martinelli d. (5) Amos/Pick 8-3

Last match so could watch the later portion. A/P were in fact pretty good at net; yet K didn't even have to do much, M really played well, either driving and volleying; great touch.
Yale cap..Courtney Amos?

Q (4) Nakagawa/Peus d. (7) Apollo/Maxfield 9-7

A/M didn't even play that bad, I think M even played better at net today lol, nice poaching and volleying.  That said, maybe N/P had a bit more advantage at net, N poached at will(and of course Ryan is known for her excellent net game).
And Ryan's net defense was really good in those 2 dbl matches; for example she returned and even counterattacked well against A's sharp angled c/c fh drives. A's serves lacked pace later on.
Now TV? Temecula Valley?  Emily?

Q (3) Chang/Possokhova d. Branstine/Branstine 9-8(6)

Thought this match could be real interesting lol, and didn't disappoint. That's in fact a great win by C/P methinks; B//B were suitably impressive in their singles matches, and since Carson won this event last year(G14 with Taylor Johnson)..
So it was tight all the way, P as usual showed her deft touch and sharp drives, and C drove well and made some important poaches.  Made some errors, sank some, but held quite well in rallies.  Add to that Constance's power play and Carson's poaches, it was a HQ match. The sisters did  make some errors at critical pts but many of them were FEs methinks.

Q (1) Goulak/Shibahara d. Ferrari/Oleynik 8-3

I knew F was good but didn't know O was THIS good lol(is this the same O that won ISC G16 dbl some time ago?).  Served and volleyed extremely well, the net duel was ridiculously HQ methinks. G really played well at net.

16 (2) Kalhorn/Martinelli d. Dvorak/Moustafa 8-3

Tried to watch this as much as possible.  M vs D drive duel was fierce, but in the end K/M's net game was just superior.

16 (5) Amos/Pick d. Sullivan/Yasunaga 8-1

Couldn't watch this, too bad.

16 (4) Nakagawa/Peus d. Anzo/Nuno 8-5

A/N were pretty good, in fact..

16 (7) Apollo/Maxfield d. Aguilar/Lohaphaisan 8-2

Couldn't watch this much, but A/M's condition seemed too good lol.

16 Branstine/Branstine d. (6) Lu/Wang 8-2

B/B were just too good, Carson was poaching at will.

16 (3) Chang/Possokhova d. Kim/PITTS 8-5

K/M actually were real good, P has nice touch. And they later poached real well.

16 Ferrari/Oleynik d. (8) Asami/Iinuma 8-1

Crt 18, so couldn't really watch; a surprising score, considering A's ability.

16 (1) Goulak/Shibahara d. Hu/Ta 8-3

Couldn't watch much, too bad.

Friday, November 28, 2014

2014 Irvine day 1

Girls' 18 Singles

32 (2) Samantha Martinelli d. Paulina Ferrari Wo (inj)

Too bad, was looking forward to this.

32 (9) Taylor Calton d. Salma Ewing 6-2; 6-0

So this is Calton, did I see her before? Tall, concise and good drive form, hit pretty flawlessly, in and out, attacking the lines..maintained low stance too, that was impressive. And Salma wasn't bad at all, actually..Utah recruited a good player, it seems..

32 (6) Felicity Maltby d. Yuki Asami 6-1; 6-0

32 Constance Branstine d. (9) Caroline Amos 6-1; 6-1

Constance, Nicole, and Camille..didn't think they would lose so..lol, reserved for tomorrow.

32 (3) Nicole Kalhorn d. Catherine Kreslin 6-2; 6-1

32 (9) Ryan Peus d. Julia Deming 6-1; 6-1

32 (8) Camille Favero d. Kira Hamilton 6-0; 6-0

32 Amber Park d. (9) Sydney Van Alphen 6-4; 6-2

View wasn't ideal so couldn't watch much, was concentrating on Dvorak match at first.  Finished rather quickly methinks, I think Amber was a bit more powerful..Sydney was aggressive when I watched later in the 2nd, but made a tad too many errors.

32 Annette Goulak d. Jessica Anzo 6-1Ret (inj)

Only could watch a bit.

32 Nevada Apollo d. (5) Mira Ruder-Hook 6-1; 6-2

Huh??? I didn't watch...lol. Thought Mira could win it all? Mira team also withdrew in dbls, no...

32 (9) Mariko Iinuma d. Melissa Pick 6-3; 6-3

32 (4) Darya Possokhova d. Tammy Van 6-4; 6-1

Darya played? Where..

32 Sarah Nuno d. (9) Michelle Wang 6-2; 3-6; 6-1

32 (7) Hanna Chang d. Jenna Moustafa 6-3; 6-1

32 (9) Summer Dvorak d. Kelsey Chen 4-6; 6-4; 6-3

Was pretty impressed with Kelsey, I think I saw her for the 1st time; hit very well, could generate winners. Summer regrouped from the 2nd and played very solidly, hit really well. Always a pleasure to watch her drives.

32 (1) Ena Shibahara d. Carson Branstine 6-3; 6-0

I think Carson got better? Could generate quite a pace, especially from her fh; c/c, dtl, at will. But Ena didn't back against those drives, returned well; condition seemed good, so could gain control soon enough. Both served well methinks.

64 (2) Samantha Martinelli d. REGINA PITTS 6-3; 6-7(2); 6-0

Saw Pitts for the 1st time, she's good.  Sam is just...good lol, as I repeatedly say, not the most conventional form but really has a good feel for the racket methinks.

64 Paulina Ferrari d. Mercedes Le 6-2; 6-3

64 (9) Taylor Calton d. Natalia Munoz 6-0; 6-3

64 Salma Ewing d. Jaylee Yasunaga 6-2; 6-0

64 (6) Felicity Maltby d. Ally McKenzie 6-3; 6-0

Fel was at first a bit tentative but began to play flawlessly, confidently later on. Ally wasn't bad, could keep the ball in play, bh was pretty solid.

64 Yuki Asami d. Camille Kiss 7-5; 6-2

64 (9) Caroline Amos d. Jennifer Lu 6-4; 6-4

64 Constance Branstine d. Megan Scholvinck 6-2; 6-1

64 (3) Nicole Kalhorn d. Kayla Parker 6-0; 6-0

64 Catherine Kreslin d. Josie Legarza 1-6; 6-4; 6-4

64 (9) Ryan Peus d. Allison Chuang 6-2; 6-3

Thought this might get tight, since Allison is good; hit well, so could control lots of points.  The score doesn't do justice to her.  Ryan was on the defensive lots of times, but moved and returned well.

64 Julia Deming d. Katie Chang 6-2; 6-3

64 (8) Camille Favero d. Proyfon Lohaphaisan 6-1; 6-3

64 Kira Hamilton d. Tracy Van 6-4; 6-2

64 (9) Sydney Van Alphen d. Sahara Knights-Martin 6-0; 6-0
64 Amber Park d. Whitney Weisberg 6-0; 6-0
64 Jessica Anzo d. Quinterra Waltereze 6-1; 6-2

64 Annette Goulak d. (9) Risa Nakagawa Wd (inj)

Too bad.

64 Nevada Apollo d. Caisey Lee Emery 5-7; 6-4; 6-0

Impressed with both, Caisey at first played smartly, employing angles and all. But later on her form got a bit down, sank a lot. Both attacked serve aggressively, and Nevada's fh seemed pretty good.

64 (5) Mira Ruder-Hook d. Ilana Oleynik 6-2; 6-3
64 Melissa Pick d. Agostina Waisfeld 6-0; 6-0
64 (9) Mariko Iinuma d. Joy Kim 6-1; 6-4

64 Tammy Van d. Gianna Insogna 6-2; 6-3
64 (4) Darya Possokhova d. Ashli Polee 6-0; 6-0
64 Sarah Nuno d. Isabella Sullivan 6-0; 6-0
64 (9) Michelle Wang d. Theresa Papikian 6-1; 6-1
64 Jenna Moustafa d. Sarah Hu 6-3; 3-6; 6-2
64 (7) Hanna Chang d. Brenda Aguilar 6-0; 6-3

64 Kelsey Chen d. Shirline Wee 4-6; 6-1; 6-4
64 (9) Summer Dvorak d. Rebecca Woolf 6-1; 6-0

64 Carson Branstine d. Emily Maxfield 6-2; 6-0

UHS wasn't ideal for watching, this court more so, can't really say, too bad. In a way I'm glad I arrived late. And Em lost in consolation? Who's Lin.

64 (1) Ena Shibahara d. Grace Lin 6-0; 6-2

CSF, Utah, ASU, UCI, CMS, BYU coaches came today. There must be more, can't say which team.

Dbls

Apollo/Maxfield def. Chang/Van Alphen 9-7

Thought this might be interesting, but exceeded expectation lol.
C/V led 7-2, deservedly so, C was good as usual at net and VA nailed passing shots at will.
Didn't know A was this good in dbls though, and both A/M defended really well later on, and were also agressive at critical moments.. Both teams aimed at the opponent at net, so it was fierce. HQ, helluva match.

I'm not sure I should go there on Sunday. UHS(G18 sgls MD), only two courts are watchable, not good...

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Taylor Bridges

She actually did pretty well at Claremont?(Team)

USTA site:

layer: Bridges, Taylor

City/StateTeamDivision
Mesa, AZSouthwestGirls' 18 Singles, Girls' 18 Doubles
ResultOpponentScoreMatch TypeFlightRound
WinKlass - Warch, Helen - Northern6-2; 6-3SinglesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships1
LossJones, Makenna - Southern6-2; 3-6; 6-2SinglesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships2
LossPossokhova, Darya - No. California6-7(5); 6-4; 6-3SinglesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships3
Loss(Cline, Paige), (Possokhova, Darya) - No. California9-8DoublesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships3
WinVias, Ines - Mid - Atlantic4-6; 7-5 Ret (inj)SinglesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships4
Loss(Gizdova, Nadia), (Corse, Cameron) - Mid - Atlantic8-5DoublesUSTA Girls' 18 National Team Championships4
Class of 2017, #32, 2nd best Arizona player after Kylie.

Look at this result:

BTS Arizona OpenStart Date: 9/4/2014  End Date: 9/7/2014
Women's Open Singles (Draw Line - 21)
QGussie O'Sullivan d. Taylor Bridges6-2; 7-6; 7-5
16Taylor Bridges d. (4) Leighann Sahagun2-6; 7-5; 7-5

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Irvine G14

From TRN;


Class of 2019


23(23)Jillian TaggartCA12
24(24)Angelica BlakeFL10
25(28)Andrea CerdanNJ20
26(25)Jennifer GadalovCA19
27(26)Gia CohenFL19
28(27)Elena WeaverFL16
29(29)Lahari YelamanchiliIL20
30(30)Elizabeth IsayevAZ14
31(31)Nicole HammondVA16
32(32)Patria AzizCA11
33(33)Josie FrazierAZ14




Class of 2020
1(1)Elizabeth ScottyMD9
2(2)Caty McNallyOH18
3(3)Whitney OsuigweFL15
4(4)Sophia EdwardsFL14
5(5)Alexa NoelNJ12
6(6)Katie VolynetsCA13
7(7)Sedona GallagherNV15






Irvine Seeds;


1 Gallagher (Gabby Smith's neighbor? Lol she seems to prefer So. Cal)
2 Frazier
3 Taggart
4 Volynets


Interesting. Maybe I'll be able to see them play at HCP on the last day.

Hawaii's #1 Cindy Nguyen's results

Just had a tight match against Carol Zhao;


(From UH website)




Hawai`i vs. Stanford
Nov. 24, 2014
Waikoloa, Hawai`i


Doubles Results


Ellen Tsay/Caroline Doyle (Stan) def. Cindy Nguyen/Sarah Gealer (UH), 8-3
Krista Hardebeck/Lindsey Kostas (Stan) def. Martina Kostalova/Rebecca Faltusz (UH), 8-1


Singles Results


1. No. 17 Carol Zhao (Stan) def. No. 96 Cindy Nguyen (UH), 7-5, 6-7 (4), 12-10
2. Caroline Doyle (Stan) def. Martina Kostalova (UH), 6-0, 6-0
3. No. 49 Ellen Tsay (Stan) def. Viktoria Malova (UH), 6-3, 4-6, 10-8
4. No. 22 Taylor Davidson (Stan) def. Sarah Gealer (UH), 7-6 (6), 6-3
5. No. 30 Krista Hardebeck (Stan) def. Rebecca Faltusz (UH), 6-0, 6-2
6. Lindsay Kostas (Stan) def. Daisy Green (UH), 6-2, 6-0


(By the by, other schools against Stanford should really try to at least beat Stanford's #3 dbls team, Hardebeck/Kostas; we all know what happened at Illinois, NCAA 2013..Hardebeck/Dillon won crucial #3 dbls matches, practically enabling Stanford to win it all)



But Nguyen has posted a nice result this Fall, so far;


(from ITA results page)
11/9/2014 Weinman Foundation Invitational Vivian Lin  Cal State Northridge Win 3-6, 7-5, 6-1
11/8/2014 Weinman Foundation Invitational Criss Rodriguez  Cal State Northridge Win 6-3, 6-3
11/7/2014 Weinman Foundation Invitational Mickey Hsu  Cal State Northridge Loss 6-3, 7-6 (4)
10/18/2014 2014 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Quarterfinals #20 Lorraine Guillermo  #24 Pepperdine Loss 7-5, 6-2
10/17/2014 2014 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Round of 16 #106 Gabriella DeSimone  #16 University of Southern California Win 7-5, 6-2
10/17/2014 2014 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Round of 32 Tamitha Nguyen  San Diego State University Win 6-2, 6-1
10/16/2014 2014 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Round of 64 Maia Magill  #1 UCLA Win 6-7, 2-6
9/27/2014 Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships (Pre-Qualifying) Round of 64 Rutuja Bhosale  #9 Texas A&M University Loss 6-1, 4-6, 6-3


Her results last season;
5/21/2014 NCAA Division I Singles & Doubles Championships Round of 64 #13 Breaunna Addison  #22 University of Texas at Austin Loss 7-5, 6-2
4/26/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Sarah Gong  #70 UC Irvine Win 6-4, 6-1
4/25/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Vivian Lin  Cal State Northridge Win 6-3, 6-3
4/20/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Vivian Lin  Cal State Northridge Win 6-3, 6-4
3/29/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Sarah Gong  #70 UC Irvine Win 6-3,3-6,6-4
3/26/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Jen Cornea  Cal Poly Win 6-3,1-6,7-6(6)
3/25/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Kaiulani Boyer  UC Santa Barbara Win 6-1, 6-2
3/14/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Priscilla Annoual  Grand Canyon University Win 6-2, 6-3
3/13/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Iveta Masarova  University of the Pacific (California) Win 6-2, 6-2
3/9/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Katie DeRienzo  Sacred Heart University Win 6-1, 6-2
3/8/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Victoria Lozano  University of Idaho Win 6-3, 6-2
2/27/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Jasmine Almaguer  UC Riverside Win 6-0, 7-5
2/10/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Laura Antonana Iriarte  San Diego State University Loss 6-3, 6-4
2/7/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Shani Blecher  University of San Diego Win 6-3, 7-5
2/5/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Morgan McIntosh  Cal State Fullerton Win 7-6, 6-2
1/25/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 #66 Elizaveta Luzina  #52 Washington State University Win 6-4, 6-2
1/20/2014 Dual Match Pos. #2 Maeva Razakasoa  #40 Long Beach State University Loss 6-1, 6-2
1/18/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 #75 Elianne Douglas-Miron  #46 University of Washington Win 6-1 , 6-3
1/16/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Marie Klocker  San Jose State University Win 6-0, 6-1
1/14/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 Michelle Okhremchuk  University of Nevada Win 1-6, 7-6 (4), (10-8)
1/11/2014 Dual Match Pos. #1 #37 Kiah Generette  #14 Baylor University Loss 6-1, 6-3
10/17/2013 2013 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Round of 64 #7 Chanelle Van Nguyen  #1 UCLA Loss 6-1, 7-5
10/17/2013 2013 USTA/ITA Division I Women's Southwest Regional Championship Round of 128 Luisa Ortiz-Candido  UC Santa Barbara Win 6-2, 6-1