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Oracle/ITA Masters Field to Feature Oklahoma's Alvarez Llamas, Virginia's Elbaba

National collegiate championship slated for Sept. 18-20 at Malibu Racquet Club

 

Current Player Field

 

SKILLMAN, NJ (June 25) - The inaugural Oracle/ITA Masters, the first national collegiate championship of the 2015-16 season, will feature Axel Alvarez Llamas of Oklahoma, year-end No. 1 in the Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings and ITA National College Player of the Year, and Julia Elbaba of Virginia, the 2014 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Singles Champion.

 

Notable players also committed to the field are 2015 NCAA Singles Champion Ryan Shane (Virginia), 2014 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Singles Champion Brayden Schnur (North Carolina), 2014 NCAA Singles Champion Danielle Collins of (Virginia) and Alabama's back-to-back NCAA Doubles champion duo of Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe.

 

From Sept. 18-20, the renowned Malibu Racquet Club in Malibu, CA, will host 16 elite men's and women's singles players, along with eight of the most outstanding men's and women's doubles teams, with consolation action for each of the four events. Pepperdine University will help to facilitate the championships as an official event partner.

 

Fourteen singles and two doubles spots have been determined, with wild card selections and doubles at-large selections still upcoming. The full field and draw will be announced by the ITA closer to the event. Winners of the singles titles will earn automatic berths into the 2015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championship.

 

   Axel Alvarez Llamas (Oklahoma)

Photo Credit: David Kenas, USTA

 

Alvarez Llamas went 39-6 in singles during his junior campaign, won his second consecutive USTA/ITA Central Regional Singles Championship and led his team to its first ever ITA Division I National Men's Team Indoor Championship and second straight runner-up finish at the NCAA Team Championship.

 

  

Julia Elbaba (Virginia)

Photo Courtesy of: David Kenas, USTA

 

Upon winning the singles title in Flushing, Elbaba became the first ever Cavalier women's tennis player to claim the No. 1 spot in the Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings. She posted a 30-7 singles record, marking her third straight 30-win season and will spend her third consecutive summer with the USTA Collegiate National Team.

 

Men's Singles Competitor List


Women's Singles Competitor List









Name

School


 

Name

School

1

Axel Alvarez Llamas

Oklahoma


1

Julia Elbaba

Virginia

2

Ryan Shane

Virginia


2

Maegan Manasse

California

3

Julian Lenz

Baylor


3

Stephanie Wagner

Miami (FL)

4

Quentin Monaghan

Notre Dame


4

Sydney Campbell

Vanderbilt

5

Andrew Harris

Oklahoma


5

Danielle Collins

Virginia

6

Nicolas Alvarez

Duke


6

Hayley Carter

North Carolina

7

Thai-Son Kwiatkowski

Virginia


7

Giuliana Olmos

USC

8

Brayden Schnur

North Carolina


8

Joana Eidukonyte

Clemson

9

Dominik Koepfer

Tulane


9

Viktoriya Lushkova

Oklahoma St.

10

Romain Bogaerts

Wake Forest


10

Sinead Lohan

Miami (FL)

11

Jared Hiltzik

Illinois


11

Astra Sharma

Vanderbilt

12

Roberto Cid

South Florida


12

Klara Fabikova

California

13

Ronnie Schneider

North Carolina


13

Rachel Pierson

Texas A&M

14

Cameron Norrie

TCU


14

Ronit Yurovsky

Michigan

15

 Oracle Wild Card

 


15

 Oracle Wild Card

 

16

 ITA Wild Card

 


16

 ITA Wild Card

 








Men's Doubles Competitor List


Women's Doubles Competitor List








 

Name

School


 

Name

School

1

Ben Wagland / Austin Smith

Georgia


1

Erin Routliffe / Maya Jansen

Alabama

2

Luca Corinteli / Ryan Shane

Virginia


2

Maegan Manasse / Denise Starr

California

3

 At-Large Selection

 


3

 At-Large Selection

 

4

 At-Large Selection

 


4

 At-Large Selection

 

5

 At-Large Selection

 


5

 At-Large Selection

 

6

 At-Large Selection

 


6

 At-Large Selection

 

7

 Oracle Wild Card

 


7

 Oracle Wild Card

 

8

 ITA Wild Card

 


8

 ITA Wild Card

 

 

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