ITA Cup Opens Thursday at Rome Tennis Center at Berry College


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TEMPE, Ariz. (October 16) – The ITA Cup will open Thursday (Oct. 17) at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College in Rome, Ga.

The ITA Cup features individuals from NCAA Division II, III, NAIA and junior college competing in their respective 16-player individual singles and doubles draws draws with the winners earning entry into the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships scheduled for Nov. 6-10 in Newport Beach, Calif.

The Oracle ITA National Fall Championships is the lone collegiate tennis event where players from all five divisions, including the top individuals from NCAA Division I, compete in the same tournament.

Formerly known as the Small College Nationals, the ITA Cup’s history dates back to 1986, and is the only singles and doubles national championship event for the Division II and NAIA levels. Earlier this fall, more than 8,000 players took part in 60 regional tournaments with the goal of advancing to the ITA Cup. 

The following players are seeded No. 1 in their respective ITA Cup draws.

NCAA Division II Men
Alvaro Regalado (Columbus State)

NCAA Division II Women
Kim Moosbacher (Oklahoma Baptist)

NCAA Division III Men
Leo Vithoontien (Carleton)

NCAA Division III Women
Danna Taylor (Carnegie Mellon)

NAIA Men
Jose Dugo (Georgia Gwinnett)

NAIA Women
Maria Genovese (Georgia Gwinnett)

Junior College Men
Yassir Kilani (ASA Miami)

Junior College Women
Tatiana Simova (ASA Miami)

About the Intercollegiate Tennis Association
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