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Results: 64 Record(s) Found.

Singles semifinals set at NCAA Championships

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Steve Johnson, Bradley Klahn, Eric Quigley and Blaz Rola reached the men's semifinals while Allie Will, Mallory Burdette, Nicole Gibbs and Zsofi Susanyi advanced to the women's semis at the NCAA Championships.​ Read More
 

Stanford duo surviving rash of doubles upsets at NCAA National Championships

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As the 2012 Men’s & Women’s Tennis Championships move into the singles and doubles quarterfinals today, some of the lineups scarcely resemble the way they started as a number of top seeds have been dismissed.​ Read More
 

Top seeds advance to NCAA round of 16

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After an opening round that saw four upsets – three men, one woman – there were no real surprises on the second day of singles play Thursday at the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships. Read More
 

2012 NCAA Championships: Lauren Embree blog

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University of Florida junior and 2012 SEC Player of the Year Lauren Embree is writing an exclusive blog for USTA.com during the NCAA Championships. Check back often for updates. Read More
 

Top seeds among winners on Day 1 of NCAA singles event

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Top seeds Steve Johnson of USC and Allie Will of Florida advanced to the second round of the NCAA singles tournament, while three of the top eight men were ousted and one of the top eight women’s players – a sentimental hometown favorite from the University of Georgia – was eliminated in her final collegiate singles match. Read More
 

USC men, Florida women repeat as NCAA national champions

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At the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships on the University of Georgia campus, No. 2 Florida made quick work of No. 1 UCLA in the women’s final Tuesday, but nasty weather drove No. 1 Southern California and No. 3 Virginia inside to finish their match almost eight hours after it began. Read More
 

College Spotlight: Ray Sarmiento, USC

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Sophomore Ray Sarmiento has helped the USC Trojans to the 2012 NCAA Team final, where they will be going for their fourth straight national championship against No. 3 seed Virginia. Prior to this year’s NCAA Championships, Sarmiento spoke with USTA.com about who has been the biggest influence in his tennis career, his favorite thing about being a Trojan and much more. Read More
 

Defending champion Florida to battle UCLA for women's title; USC, Virginia to square off in men's final

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It was another rainy night in Georgia Monday at the NCAA Men's and Women's Tennis Championship, delaying the men's semifinals until the early-morning hours. But before the rains came, forcing play indoors, the picture for the women's final became crystal clear. Read More
 

USC, UCLA, Virginia, Pepperdine reach NCAA men's semifinals

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No. 1 Southern California defeated No. 8 Duke, and No. 4 UCLA bested No. 5 Ohio State to advance to the semifinals at the NCAA Men's Tennis Championships, with the winner moving on to compete for the national title on Tuesday afternoon. Virginia and Pepperdine round out the men's field. Read More
 

Women's semifinals set at NCAA Team Championships

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No. 5 Southern California's dramatic 4-2 victory over No. 4 Stanford highlighted Saturday's quarterfinals of the NCAA Women's Tennis Championships on a day that saw a quartet of Pac-12 powers squaring off against each other for the chance to play for the 2012 national title. Read More
 
Results: 64 Record(s) Found.
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