Search This Blog

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

2016 NTI draw out / Lineup order

VANDY vs DUKE
OSU vs FSU

CAL vs UW
TAMU vs UVA

LSU vs OK ST
UA vs UNC

MICH vs MIAMI
TECH vs UGA

Rather stacked upper half methinks.
Some teams have missing players, for example UGA, Alabama, Miami, OSU and UVA. Due to injury and such.

Vandy vs Duke should be the marquee match of 1st day. As usual, doubles could be critical.

Chi is slated as #3 sgls now, what does this mean lol. Is Chi now fully operational. And Hauger is ahead of Popovic at #5, interesting.

Likewise Chi, Scholl is slated as #3 sgls. Interesting thing is that Smith is even behind Makarova. Is she injured or something.

FSU put Malysheva ahead of Watts. Interesting because Watts played very well during Kick-off.

Miami put Lohan at #1. Dunno Tanielian, and Madcur is freshman. Oh Ogando isn't playing, who posted stellar singles results during the Fall.

Michigan put up a new dbls lineup; #1 is the same, but #2 is Yurovsky/Fahey, #3 Remynse/Najarian now. #2 team should be pretty good, but we'll see.

UNC, Vialle is playing #3, while Dai is #8(who had a very crucial win at #6 against KK en route to their first NTI win).  Akkerman stepped up to #5.  Dai/COP #3 hasn't lost a single match, 5-0 now.

TAMU, Mamalat is #7 in singles, but with Bhosale, doing well in #2 dbls. 10-2. Thought Pierson/Paalma was an attractive combination but they're winless so far(0-4).

Tech switched Valenstein and Federici. And changed their doubles lineup as well. Now Kiro/Talaba at #1, and Dvorak/Valenstein at #2.

Sellyn is not starting in doubles for Vandy. Contreras is starting for both, singles at #6, doubles at #3 with Altick.

#1 Collins, #2 Elbaba for UVA. And Olivarez at #4? 14-5, should check her results.  Mercer is not in the lineup at all.  Morton either. Is this somehow related to the recent incident.
Did they change the doubles lineup as well.  Elbaba/Nauta at #2, Olivarez/Susi at #3 now.

UW, Chypyha impressed me at WAATC with her power. Don't really know others, except for Grambeau, whom I've watched a bit during juniors.







No comments: