ITA Announces 2014 All-America Teams for Division I Tennis

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ITA Announces 2014 All-America Teams for Division I Tennis

SKILLMAN, NJ (June 5) -- The ITA has announced the 2014 All-America Teams for Men's and Women's Division I tennis. UCLA leads all schools with overall members on the team, with eight (5 women, 3 men) while Georgia has six overall, three on each team.

On the men's side, Illinois placed four players on the team, while Cal, Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and UCLA each have three student-athletes on the team. For the women, UCLA has five student-athletes on the team and North Carolina has four players honored. A combined 14 men and women were named to the All-America teams in both singles and doubles (7 men and 7 women).
 
A player must meet any of the following criteria to earn ITA All-America honors:
Singles - Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championship; reach round of 16 in NCAA Singles Championship; finish in the Top 20 of final ITA National Singles Rankings
 
Doubles - Top eight seed in NCAA Doubles Championship; reach quarterfinals in NCAA Doubles Championship; finish in the Top 10 of final ITA National Doubles Rankings 

MEN

 

WOMEN

Player

School

S/D

 

Player

School

S/D

Becker O'Shaughnessey

Alabama

D

 

Erin Routliffe

Alabama

D

Daniil Proskura

Alabama

D

 

Maya Jansen

Alabama

D

Julian Lenz

Baylor

S

 

Pleun Burgmans

Auburn

D

Patrick Pradella

Baylor

S

 

Emily Flickinger

Auburn

D

Gregory Bayane

California

D

 

Victoria Kisialeva

Baylor

D

Chase Melton

California

D

 

Blair Shankle

Baylor

D

Ben McLachlan

California

S

 

Lynn Chi

California

S

Hunter Harrington

Clemson

D

 

Anett Schutting

California

S

Dominique Maden

Clemson

D

 

Ester Goldfeld

Duke

S

Winston Lin

Columbia

S

 

Beatrice Capra

Duke

S/D

Florent Diep

Florida

S

 

Hanna Mar

Duke

D

Ben Wagland

Georgia

D

 

Olivia Janowicz

Florida

S

Hernus Pieters

Georgia

D

 

Brianna Morgan

Florida

S

Nathan Pasha

Georgia

S

 

Maho Kowase

Georgia

D

Denis Nguyen

Harvard

S

 

Silvia Garcia

Georgia

S

Tim Kopinski

Illinois

D

 

Lauren Herring

Georgia

S/D

Ross Guignon

Illinois

D

 

Abigail Tere-Apisah

Georgia State

S

Jared Hiltzik

Illinois

S

 

Kendal Woodard

Georgia Tech

D

Farris Gosea

Illinois

S

 

Megan Kurey

Georgia Tech

D

Tom Jomby

Kentucky

S

 

Monique Albuquerque

Miami

D

Leandro Toledo

Minnesota

S

 

Clementina Riobueno

Miami

D

Brayden Schnur

North Carolina

S

 

Emina Bektas

Michigan

S

Kevin Metka

Ohio State

D

 

Whitney Kay

North Carolina

D

Peter Kobelt

Ohio State

S/D

 

Caroline Price

North Carolina

D

Guillermo Alcorta

Oklahoma

S

 

Jamie Loeb

North Carolina

S/D

Axel Alvarez Llamas

Oklahoma

S

 

Hayley Carter

North Carolina

S/D

Dane Webb

Oklahoma

S

 

Viktoriya Lushkova

Oklahoma State

S

Arjun Kadhe

Oklahoma State

D

 

Jenny Jullien

Saint Mary's

S

Jakob Sude

Oklahoma State

D

 

Kristie Ahn

Stanford

S

Nik Scholtz

Ole Miss

S

 

Carol Zhao

Stanford

S

Francis Alcantara

Pepperdine

D

 

Breaunna Addison

Texas

S

Alex Sarkissian

Pepperdine

S/D

 

Cristina Stancu

Texas A&M

S

Andrew Adams

South Carolina

S

 

Catherine Harrison

UCLA

D

Roberto Cid

South Florida

S

 

Kyle McPhillips

UCLA

D

Mikelis Libietis

Tennessee

D

 

Chanelle Van Nguyen

UCLA

S

Hunter Reese

Tennessee

D

 

Robin Anderson

UCLA

S/D

Lloyd Glasspool

Texas

D

 

Jennifer Brady

UCLA

S/D

Søren Hess-Olesen

Texas

S/D

 

Zoë Scandalis

USC

S

Junior Ore

Texas A&M

D

 

Rachel Pierson

Virginia

D

Jackson Withrow

Texas A&M

D

 

Danielle Collins

Virginia

S

Shane Vinsant

Texas A&M

S

 

Julia Elbaba

Virginia

S/D

Clay Thompson

UCLA

S

 

Marcos Giron

UCLA

S

 

Mackenzie McDonald

UCLA

S

 

Yannick Hanfmann

USC

S/D

 

Ray Sarmiento

USC

S/D

 

Ryan Lipman

Vanderbilt

S/D

 

Gonzales Austin

Vanderbilt

S/D

 

Mitchell Frank

Virginia

S

 

Alex Domijan

Virginia

S

 

 

To view the entire listing of the 2014 ITA All-Americans from all divisions as well as former ITA All-Americans, please click here

About the ITA Awards program:

As the governing body of collegiate tennis, the ITA promotes both the athletic and academic achievements of varsity collegiate tennis players. The ITA, which is comprised of nearly 1,700 men's and women's varsity coaches and 20,000 student-athletes from over 1,200 institutions, has a comprehensive awards program for players and coaches to honor excellence in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and athletic performance. Awards are given to both men and women, on the Regional and National levels to all Divisions represented within the ITA (NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and Community and Junior Colleges). The ITA annually recognizes over 3,000 student-athletes on an individual and team basis from over 500 different varsity tennis programs. For more information on the ITA Awards program, please visit http://www.itatennis.com/AwardsAndRankings/ITA_Award_Winners.htm.

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