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ITA Announces 2015 All-America Teams for NCAA Division I Tennis

 

SKILLMAN, NJ (June 4) - The ITA has announced the 2015 All-America Teams for Division I men's and women's tennis. UCLA and Virginia both had six different student-athletes earn the distinction to lead all schools. A combined 16 men and women were named to the All-America teams in both singles and doubles (10 men and 6 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 Oracle/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 Oracle/ITA National Doubles Rankings 

 

To view the entire listing of the 2015 ITA All-Americans from all divisions, as well as former ITA All-Americans, please click here.
MEN   WOMEN
Player School S/D   Player  School S/D
Diego Galeano Baylor D   Erin Routliffe  Alabama D
Julian Lenz Baylor S/D   Maya Jansen  Alabama D
Tony Lupieri Baylor S   Emily Flickinger Auburn D
Winston Lin Columbia S   Pleun Burgmans Auburn D
Nicolas Alvarez Duke S   Blair Shankle Baylor D
Austin Smith Georgia D   Ema Burgic  Baylor S/D
Ben Wagland Georgia D   Denise Starr California  D
Jared Hiltzik Illinois S   Klara Fabikova California  D
Sebastian Stiefelmeyer Louisville S   Maegan Manasse  California  S/D
Boris Arias LSU D   Zsofi Susanyi California  S/D
Jordan Daigle LSU D   Beatrice Gumulya  Clemson D
Harry Jadun Michigan State D   Jessy Rompies  Clemson D
John Patrick Mullane Michigan State D   Joana Eidukonyte  Clemson S
Brayden Schnur North Carolina S   Brooke Austin  Florida S/D
Quentin Monaghan Notre Dame S   Josie Kuhlman  Florida S
Kevin Metka Ohio State D   Kourtney Keegan  Florida D
Ralf Steinbach Ohio State D   Ellen Perez Georgia D
Andrew Harris Oklahoma S   Lauren Herring  Georgia S/D
Axel Alvarez Llamas Oklahoma S/D   Sinead Lohan  Miami (FL) S
Dane Webb Oklahoma D   Stephanie Wagner  Miami (FL) S
Arjun Kadhe Oklahoma State S/D   Hayley Carter  North Carolina  S
Jakob Sude Oklahoma State D   Jamie Loeb  North Carolina  S
Nik Scholtz Ole Miss S   Viktoriya Lushkova  Oklahoma State S
John Morrissey Stanford D   Julia Jones  Ole Miss S
Robert Stineman Stanford D   Lorraine Guillermo  Pepperdine  S
Cameron Norrie TCU S   Natalie Beazant Rice S
Hunter Reese Tennessee D   Carol Zhao  Stanford  S/D
Mikelis Libietis Tennessee S/D   Caroline Doyle Stanford  D
Lloyd Glasspool Texas S/D   Ellen Tsay Stanford  D
Søren Hess-Olesen Texas S/D   Taylor Davidson Stanford  D
Harrison Adams Texas A&M D   Saska Gavrilovska Texas A&M S
Jeremy Efferding Texas A&M S   Catherine Harrison UCLA  D
Shane Vinsant Texas A&M D   Chanelle Van Nguyen  UCLA  S
Felipe Soares Texas Tech S/D   Jennifer Brady UCLA  S
Hugo Dojas Texas Tech D   Kyle McPhillips UCLA  D
Dominik Koepfer Tulane S   Robin Anderson  UCLA  S
Mackenzie McDonald UCLA S   Giuliana Olmos USC S
Jonny Wang USC S   Sabrina Santamaria
USC S
Roberto Quiroz USC D   Ashleigh Antal
Vanderbilt D
Yannick Hanfmann USC S/D   Astra Sharma
Vanderbilt D
Gonzales Austin Vanderbilt S/D   Sydney Campbell
Vanderbilt S
Rhys Johnson Vanderbilt D   Danielle Collins
Virginia S
Luca Corinteli Virginia D   Julia Elbaba
Virginia S
Mitchell Frank Virginia S  


Ryan Shane Virginia S/D        
Thai-Son Kwiatkowski Virginia S        
Noah Rubin Wake Forest S        
Romain Bogaerts Wake Forest S        

 

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.