HISTORY
Since it's inception in 2015, the Oracle ITA Masters as provided the first look at some of the elite collegiate tennis players, with several participants going on to win not only NCAA team and individual titles, but professional titles as well. Past participants include:

DANIELLE COLLINS, VIRGINIA
2X NCAA Singles Champion, WTA Career High #23

CAM NORRIE, TCU
ATP Career High #41

ASTRA SHARMA, VANDERBILT
WTA Career High #85, ITA National Player of the Year

DOMINIK KOEPFER, TULANE
ATP Career High #113

RYAN SHANE, VIRGINIA
NCAA Singles Champion

PETROS CHRYSOCHOS, WAKE FOREST
NCAA Singles Champion

CHRIS EUBANKS, GEORGIA TECH
ATP Career High #147

GIULIANA OLMOS, USC
WTA Doubles Career High #66

ALEX LAWSON, NOTRE DAME
ATP Doubles Career High #143


2018



The 2018 Oracle ITA Masters kicked off a fantastic year for Estela Perez-Somarriba, who would finish the year as the NCAA Singles Champion. Perez Somarriba won each of her matches in straight sets, including impressive wins over three players who would finish the year in the top 30 of the Oracle ITA National Rankings: #29 Elysia Bolton (UCLA), #26 Evgeniya Levashova (Pepperdine), and #6 Fernanda Contreras (Vanderbilt). In the men's singles draw, USC Senior Laurens Verboven pulled through tight matches in both the semi-finals and finals, winning three set matches over preseason #12 Mitch Harper (Virginia Tech) and 2019 singles All-American Nicolas Moreno de Alboran (UC Santa Barbara), respectively. The mixed doubles final saw Big 12 counterparts Yuya Ito (Texas) and Lisa Marie Rioux (Oklahoma State) take down a pair of at-large participants in Sven Lah (Baylor) and Michaela Bayerlova (Washington State).

2017







USC sophomore Brandon Holt took home the men's title at the 2017 Oracle ITA Masters with a straight set win over Columbia junior Victor Pham. In the most tightly contested match of the tournament, Alle Sanford (UNC) came from behind to beat UCLA's Ena Shibahara 5-7, 6-3, 7-6(11). Brandon Holt was able to pull off the double, partnering with women's singles runner-up Shibahara to win the mixed doubles crown.

2016







The 2016 Oracle ITA Masters saw the expansion of the singles draws from 16 participants per gender to 32, with selections being based off conference affiliation.  Along with this increased draw sizes, the 2016 tournament featured mixed doubles for the first time, with Hayley Carter (UNC) and Chris Eubanks (Georgia Tech) taking the inaugural crown.  In singles action, UCLA freshman Ena Shibahara went the distance to defeat hometown-hero Luisa Stefani of Pepperdine 7-5 in a third set, while Kentucky's Ryotaro Matsumura downed Columbia's Shawn Hadavi, also in three sets.

2015








Established with the support and vision of Oracle, the inaugural Oracle ITA Masters brought together the top singles players and doubles teams of each gender in Malibu, California at Pepperdine University and the Malibu Racquet Club. In men's singles, Cam Norrie (TCU) only dropped one set en route to the title, including victories over Benjamin Lock (FSU), Or Ram-Harel (Tulsa), Dominik Koepfer (Tulane), and Nicolas Alvarez (Duke).  Virginia's Danielle Collins won the first ever women's singles title at the Oracle ITA Masters, downing the 1-seed Meagan Manasse (Cal) along the way. Before switching to mixed doubles in it's second year, the 2015 tournament featured men's and women's doubles, with titles being won by Luca Corintelli/Ryan Shane of Virginia and Guiliana Olmos/Gabby Smith of USC.