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ITA Collegiate All-Star Team, presented by The Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy honored at historic West Side Tennis Club

SKILLMAN, N.J. - The 2005 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Star Team, presented by The Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy, were honored on August 26 at the historic West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y.

This 22nd edition of the ITA Collegiate All-Star Team includes the nation's top-ranked men's and women's tennis players at the NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and NJCAA levels, as well as champions from the 2004 ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships and 2005 NCAA Championships. This year's recipients of the ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award, presented by Montblanc - Mat Cloer of Florida State and Aniela Mojzis of North Carolina - will also be honored at the event.
This year's women's all-stars are: Loli Aguirre Gomez of Lee College, Alice Barnes of Stanford, Caroline Basu of Georgia, Megan Bradley of Miami, Erin Burdette of Stanford, Audra Cohen of Northwestern, Julie Coin of Clemson, Cristelle Grier of Northwestern, Lindsay Hagerman of Washington & Lee, Jing Jing Liu of BYU-Hawaii, Shadisha Robinson of Georgia, Larikah Russell of Southern Nazarene, and Zuzana Zemenova of Baylor
 
The men's all-stars are: Dante Cipulli of Southwest Baptist, KC Corkery of Stanford, Ryler DeHeart of Illinois, Benedikt Dorsch of Baylor, Sam Fletcher of Azusa Pacific, Alex Gonzales of Laredo, Scott Green of Ohio State, John Isner of Georgia, Sam Warburg of Stanford, Antonio Ruiz of Georgia, Matt Seeberger of UC-Santa Cruz and Ross Wilson of Ohio State.
 
Baylor's Dorsch and Miami's Bradley will be honored as the ITA National Players of the Year. Both players finished at No. 1 in the ITA singles rankings. Dorsch also received this award in 2004. Stanford's Barnes and Burdette and Georgia's Isner and Ruiz will be honored as the ITA National Doubles Teams of the Year.

The ITA Collegiate All-Star Team will be treated by the ITA and The Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy to a weekend in New York, highlighted by the Aug. 26 activities at West Side. Following a breakfast at West Side, the ITA All-Stars will participate in doubles play with guests from 9-11 a.m. Starting at noon the ITA All-Stars will then be honored at a special luncheon and presented their awards. Nick Bollettieri will be on hand for the awards ceremony. The legendary Bollettieri founded his world famous tennis academy in 1978 and has coached many of the top players including Andre Agassi, Monica Seles, Tommy Haas, Jim Courier and Maria Sharapova.

The ITA has selected an All-Star Team since 1984. Recent players honored include: James Blake, Bob and Mike Bryan, Laura Granville, Marissa Irvin and Jeff Morrison.
 
MEN'S ALL-STARS
Division I
Singles
Benedikt Dorsch, Baylor
No. 1 ITA Rankings/NCAA Champion
 
Sam Warburg, Stanford
No. 2 ITA Rankings
 
Ryler DeHeart, Illinois
ITA National Indoor Champion
 
Doubles
John Isner/Antonio Ruiz, Georgia
No.1 ITA Rankings/NCAA Champions
 
KC Corkery/Sam Warburg, Stanford
No. 2 ITA Rankings
 
Scott Green/Ross Wilson, Ohio State
ITA National Indoor Champions
 
Division II
Dante Cipulli, Southwest Baptist
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
Division III
Matt Seeberger, UC-Santa Cruz
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
NAIA
Sam Fletcher, Azusa Pacific
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
NJCAA
Alex Gonzales, Laredo
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
WOMEN'S ALL-STARS
Division I
Singles
Megan Bradley, Miami
No.1 ITA Rankings/ITA National Indoor Champion
 
Zuzana Zemenova, Baylor
NCAA Champion
 
Julie Coin, Clemson
No. 2 ITA Rankings
 
Doubles
Shadisha Robinson/Caroline Basu, Georgia
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
Alice Barnes/Erin Burdette, Stanford
NCAA Champions/No.3 ITA Rankings
 
Cristelle Grier/Audra Cohen, Northwestern
ITA National Indoor Champions/No. 2 ITA Rankings
 
Division II
Jing Jing Liu, BYU - Hawaii
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
Division III
Lindsay Hagerman, Washington & Lee
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
NAIA
Larikah Russell, Southern Nazarene
No. 1 ITA Rankings
 
NJCAA
Loli Aguirre Gomez, Lee College
No. 1 ITA Rankings