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ITA Announces 2015 All-America Teams for Division III Tennis

 

SKILLMAN, NJ (June 10) -- The ITA has announced the 2015 All-America Teams for Division III men's and women's tennis. Chicago, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Emory led all schools with six combined men's and women's honorees. 

 

On the women's side, Williams led the group with five players honored, including three that received both singles and doubles All-American status. For the men, Chicago and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps each placed four members on the All-American team. A combined 28 men and women were named to the All-America teams in both singles and doubles (11 men and 17 women).

 

A player must meet any of the following criteria to earn ITA All-America honors: 

Singles

1.) Top 8 seed in NCAA singles tournament

2.) Win one round at NCAA singles tournament

3.) Finish in the Top 20 in the final Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings

4.) Win USTA/ITA Fall Regional Tournament

5.) Wins first-round match at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships 

(including players who receive at-large invitations to the tournament) 

 

Doubles

1.) Top 4 seed in NCAA doubles tournament

2.) Win one round at NCAA doubles tournament

3.) Finish in the Top 10 in the final Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings

4.) Win USTA/ITA Fall Regional Tournament

5.) Wins first-round match at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships 

(including teams who receive at-large invitations to the tournament)

Women   Men
Player School S/D   Player School S/D
Vickie Ip Amherst S/D   Aaron Revzin Amherst D
Sue Ghosh Amherst S/D   Andrew Yaraghi Amherst S
Tiffany Cheng Bowdoin D   Michael Solimano Amherst S/D
Tess Trinka Bowdoin D   Chris Ellis Bates D
Emma Chow Bowdoin D   Pierre Planche Bates D
Joulia Likhanskaia Bowdoin S/D   Moises Cardenas Cal Lutheran S
Carley Cooke Brandeis S   Abhishek Alla Carnegie Mellon S
Bryn Raschke Carnegie Mellon D   Christian Heaney-Secord Carnegie Mellon S
Cori Sidell Carnegie Mellon D   Louis Stuerke Case Western D
Vanessa Pavia Carnegie Mellon S   Chris Krimbill Case Western S/D
Ariana Iranpour Chicago S/D   Ankur Bhargava Chicago D
Megan Tang Chicago S/D   Deepak Sabada Chicago D
Caroline Ward Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S/D   David Liu Chicago D
Katie Kuosman Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S/D   Nicolas Chua Chicago S
Anna Fuhr Emory D   Joe Dorn Claremont-Mudd-Scripps D
Katarina Su Emory D   Warren Wood Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S/D
Michelle Satterfield Emory S/D   Skyler Butts Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S
Beatrice Rosen Emory S   Glenn Hull Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S
Ashnaa Rao Johns Hopkins S   Noah Sprinkel Coe S
Sarah Woods Kalamazoo S   Carl Reid Colby S
Laina Matsuda La Verne D   Ian Wagner Emory D
Bridget Etchegaray La Verne D   Alex Ruderman Emory S/D
Andrea Madrigal La Verne S   Andres Saenz Gustavus Adolphus D
Summer Garrison Lewis & Clark S   Motasem Al-Houni Gustavus Adolphus S/D
Ella Riddle Linfield S   Emerson Walsh Johns Hopkins D
Lily Bondy Middlebury D   Michael Buxbaum Johns Hopkins S/D
Ria Gerger Middlebury S/D   Sam Geier Kenyon D
Elysa Kohrs MIT S   Tim Rosensteel Kenyon D
Laila El Dessouki NYU D   Tyler Carey Mary Washington S
Carmen Lai NYU D   Palmer Campbell Middlebury D
Lea Lynn Yen Pomona-Pitzer D   Peter Heidrich Middlebury D
Grace Hruska Pomona-Pitzer D   Ari Smolyar Middlebury S
Natalie Etchegaray Redlands S   Sebastian Sikh North Carolina Wesleyan D
Lindsey Liles Sewanee D   Robert Kjellberg North Carolina Wesleyan S/D
Bronte Goodhue Sewanee S/D   Kaylan Chadalavada Pomona-Pitzer D
Sofia Vega Texas Lutheran S   Connor Hudson Pomona-Pitzer S/D
Liza Southwick Trinity (TX) D   Nick Cummins Redlands D
Marie Lutz Trinity (TX) D   Patrick Lipscomb Redlands S/D
Kate Christensen Vassar S   Kai Yuen Leung Skidmore S
Jamie Silverberg Wash. U St. Louis D   Ben Foran Stevens D
Rebecca Ho Wash. U St. Louis S/D   Matthew Heinrich Stevens S/D
Patricia Kirkland Washington & Lee D   Frankie Fischer Texas-Tyler D
Sonja Meighan Washington & Lee S/D   Chris Wootton Texas-Tyler D
Brooke Donnelly Washington & Lee S   Daniel Budd Texas-Tyler S
Eudice Chong Wesleyan S/D   Jordan Mayer Trinity (TX) D
Helen Klass-Warch Wesleyan D   Aaron Skinner Trinity (TX) D
Morgan Lawless Whitman D   Adam Krull Trinity (TX) S
Courtney Lawless Whitman S/D   Ross Putterman Wash U. St. Louis
D
Julia Cancio Williams D   Jeremy Bush Wash U. St. Louis
D
Rebecca Curran Williams D   Steven Chen Wesleyan (CT) S
Maria Pylypiv Williams S/D   Michael Liu Wesleyan (CT) S
Juli Raventos Williams S/D   Jake Hoeger Whitman D
Linda Shin Williams S/D   Colton Malesovas Whitman S
Brigid McGuire Wisconsin-Whitewater D   Zach Hewlin Whitman S/D
Alicia Beck Wisconsin-Whitewater D   Jake Humphreys Wisconsin-Whitewater S
Megan Humphreys Wisconsin-Whitewater S        

To view the entire listing of the 2015 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.