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September Honor Roll

October 10, 2012 11:33 AM
Stefan Kozlov helped lead the United States to a third-place finish at the Junior Davis Cup in Barcelona, Spain.
Kristie Ahn (June 15, 1992), Saddle River, N.J. – Ahn advanced to the semifinals of the USTA Pro Circuit $25,000 event in Redding, Calif., falling to eventual champion Chelsey Gullickson. She plays under Head Coach Lele Forood at Stanford University.
 
Gabrielle Andrews (Dec. 23, 1996), Pomona, Calif. – Andrews and Taylor Townsend made one impressive doubles pairing in September. They paired together first to win the US Open Junior Doubles title, their second Grand Slam junior doubles championship in 2012, and reconvened to help lead the United States to its second Junior Fed Cup title in Barcelona, Spain, going 4-0 in doubles play to help bring the U.S. its second Junior Fed Cup championship in the past five years. She is coached by Barry Friedman.
 
William Blumberg (Jan. 26, 1998), Greenwich, Conn. – Blumberg took the boys’ singles title at the ITF junior event in Waco, Texas, defeating American John Mee in the title match. He works with USTA National Coaches Jay Devashetty and Jorge Todero.
 
Gabriella Castaneda (Dec. 8, 1995), Miramar, Fla. – Castaneda took home the girls’ junior singles title at the IV Arabe Internacional Cup in Honduras. She is coached by Carlos Casely.
 
Louisa Chirico (May 16, 1996), Harrison, N.Y. – Chirico impressed at the Junior Fed Cup in Barcelona, Spain, not losing a set in going 5-0 in singles play. Along with Gabrielle Andrews and Taylor Townsend, Chirico helped bring the United States its second Junior Fed Cup title in the last five years. She is coached by USTA National Coach Jay Gooding.
 
Samantha Crawford (Feb. 18, 1995), Atlanta, Ga. – Crawford became the second straight American and the third in the last five years to capture the girls’ US Open Junior championship, defeating No. 12 seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia, 7-5, 6-3, in the title match. Crawford also qualified for the US Open singles main draw, taking Great Britain’s Laura Robson to a second-set tiebreak in the first round. She also played in the US Open doubles main draw, with Allie Kiick, and the mixed doubles main draw, with Mitchell Krueger. She is coached by USTA National Coach Kathy Rinaldi.
 
Lauren Davis (Oct. 9, 1993), Gates Mills, Ohio – Davis rocked the Party Rock Open, a USTA Pro Circuit $50,000 event hosted by Redfoo of the music act LMFAO in Las Vegas, beating American Shelby Rogers in the title match. She also was a finalist at the USTA Pro Circuit $50,000 event in Albuquerque, falling to American Maria Sanchez in the final. She is coached by Carlos Zapata.
 
Jared Donaldson (Oct. 9, 1996), Cumberland, R.I. – Donaldson joined Noah Rubin and Stefan Kozlov on the U.S. Junior Davis Cup team, helping to lead the U.S. to a third-place finish – its best since winning the Junior Davis Cup title in 2008 – in Barcelona, Span. Donaldson partnered with Kozlov to go 2-0 in doubles play, while he and Rubin dropped their only doubles match together. He is coached by Pablo Bianchi.
 
Victoria Duval (Nov. 30, 1995), Miami, Fla. – Duval, the USTA Girls 18s National Champion, reached the first round of the US Open singles main draw, falling to three-time Champion Kim Clijsters, 6-3, 6-1. Duval also advanced to the semifinals of the US Open Junior championship. She is coached by USTA National Coach Juan Todero.
 
Drew Halbauer (March 27, 1995), Boca Raton, Fla. – Halbauer captured singles titles at the Honduras Junior Bowl, the IV Arabe Internacioanal Cup in Honduras and the Copa Coqui ITF junior event in Puerto Rico.
 
Christian Harrison (May 29, 194), Shreveport, La. – Harrison advanced to the semifinals of the $10,000 ITF Futures event in Toronto, and, with his brother, Ryan, reached the quarterfinals of the US Open doubles main draw. He is coached by his father Pat.
 
Daniel Kosakowski (Feb. 21, 1992), Huntington Park, Calif. – Kosakowski captured two USTA Pro Circuit Futures titles, defeating American Jeff Dadamo in the final of the $10,000 event in Costa Mesa, Calif., and beating Prakash Amritraj for the title in the $10,000 event in Claremont, Calif. He is coached by Taylor Dent.
 
Stefan Kozlov (Feb. 1, 1998), Pembroke Pines, Fla. – Kozlov helped lead the United States to a third-place finish at the Junior Davis Cup in Barcelona, Spain. As the youngest competitor in the entire Junior Davis Cup field, Kozlov went 4-1 in singles play and 2-0 in doubles play with partner Jared Donaldson. The third-place finish was the best for the U.S. since winning the Junior Davis Cup title in 2008. He is coached by USTA National Coach Nicolas Todero.
 
Jamie Loeb (March 8, 1995), Ossining, N.Y. – Loeb took home the title from the USTA Pro Circuit $10,000 event in Amelia, Island, Fla. She is coached by Felix Alvarado.
 
Carter Lin (Feb. 12, 1996), Norfolk, Va. – Lin advanced to the final of the IV Arabe Internacional Cup ITF junior event in Honduras, falling to American Drew Halbauer in the title match. He is coached by Heath Turpin.
 
John Mee (July 11, 1995), Dallas, Tx. – Mee reached the singles final of the ITF junior event in Waco, Texas, falling to champion William Blumberg.
 
Libby Muma (Jan. 24, 1994), Naples, Fla.  – Muma advanced to the semifinals of the $10,000 ITF Futures event in Pereira, Colombia. She is coached by Rene Gomez.
 
Chloe Michele Ouellet-Pizer (Sept. 5, 1997), Chapel Hill, N.C. – Oullete-Pizer swept the girls’ junior singles and doubles titles at the Copa Coqui event in Puerto Rico. She is coached by her father Todd.
 
Nathan Pasha (July 15, 1992), Atlanta, Ga. – Pasha, a sophomore at the University of Georgia, won the title at the Audi Napa Valley Classic in St. Helena, Calif., earning a wild card entry into a USTA Pro Circuit event to be determined. He plays under Head Coach Manuel Diaz.
 
Shelby Rogers (Oct. 13, 1992), Mt. Pleasant, S.C. – Rogers reached the final of the USTA Pro Circuit $50,000 event in Las Vegas, losing to eventual champion Lauren Davis in the all-American title match. She is coached by USTA National Coach Troy Hahn.
 
Noah Rubin (Feb. 21, 1996), Rockville Centre, N.Y. – Rubin helped lead the United States to a third-place finish at the Junior Davis Cup in Barcelona, Spain – the best finish for the U.S. since winning the title in 2008 – going 4-1 in singles play. He is coached by Lawrence Kleger.
 
Maria Smith (May 6, 1997), Houston, Tx.  – Smith captured the girls singles title at the ITF junior event in Waco, Texas, beating American Gabrielle Smith for the championship. She is coached by her father Paul.
 
Gabrielle Smith (Jan. 14, 1996), Henderson, Nev. – Smith won her way to the final of the ITF junior event in Waco, Texas, before falling to Maria Smith in the all-American title match. She works with Ross Anderson and Ryan Davidson.
 
Taylor Townsend (April 16, 1996), Stockbridge, Ga. – Townsend, ranked No. 1 in the world by the ITF among all players 18 and younger, helped lead the United States to the Junior Fed Cup title in Barcelona, Spain, going 5-0 in singles play and 4-0 in doubles with partner Gabrielle Andrews, with whom she also won the US Open Junior Doubles title earlier in September. She is coached by USTA National Coach Kathy Rinaldi.
 
Riana Valdes (Sept. 3, 1996), Boca Raton, Fla. – Valdes took home the girls’ junior singles title at the Copa Mangu event in the Dominican Republic. She is coached by Rick Macci.
 

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