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Texas

2021 18 & Over League Sectionals Results

August 09, 2021
2021 18 & Over, Open champion team from Dallas. Captain: Cameron Nash, Roster: Emanuel Brighiu, Kriegler Brink, Jack Seider, Parker Wynn, Joseph Sopko, Kyle Davidson, Bary Bailey

Week 1:

USTA League teams from across the state of Texas met in Dallas from July 30 to August 1 to compete for a chance to play in the 2021 USTA League Nationals. Teams from Dallas claimed three championships, while Austin teams clinched 2, and NOHO claimed the 4.5 Men's title. 

18 & Over - Women's 2.5

Winner: Austin "Sure Shots"

Captain: Kyle Ozaki

Roster: Katie Aichholz, Jaclyn Coleman, Taylor Dadds, Maria De Ramos, Sarah Galloway, ​​Jill Nichols, Hazele Ozaki, Emma Smith, Christen Spears

 

18 & Over - Men's 3.5

Winner: Austin "HIT MEN 3.5"

Captain: Karen Brooks

Roster: David Coraggio, Landon Hertel, Andrew Ho, Tony Kayser, Troy Madres, Todd McAlister, Jeremy D  Ngo, Kyle Ozaki, Samanvoy Panati, Garrett Prochaska, Jose Rodriguez, Jordan Root, John Schlesinger, Chi So, Chris Sobremonte, Blair Streit, Suhail Ubaidur, Richard White

 

18 & Over - Women’s 3.5

Winner: Dallas

Captain: Ashli Urano

Roster: Omara Al-Hafi, Sherresa Brasfield, Hiromi Burns, Ryane Criswell, Katie Fleming, Misty Milam, Lizzeth Ortiz, Audrey Pala, Jessica Patteson, Laura Rich, Sarah Ross, Sandy Seaton, Katherine Smith, Lisa Washington

 

18 & Over  - Men’s 4.5

Winner: NOHO

Captain: Red Benzon

Roster: Jose Andres, Patrick Baer, Red Benzon, Ethan Bui, Michael Clayborne, Escalante D'Alessandro, Carlos Garcia, Timothy Green, Jason Kern, David Moore, Patrick Neal, Jean Nguyen, Miguel Osio, Jose Luis Perez, Ted Phoummarath, Bharath Raj, Danny Schnyder, Luc Thomas

 

18 & Over - Women’s 4.5

Winner: Dallas

Captain: Kelly Pearson

Roster: Alisa Bennett, Sarah Braley, Andrea Dodd, Cecy Feld, Jennifer Hartwig, Holly Kerr, Ashley Longoria, Sonia Moorthy, Dee Nicholson, Lee Villalobos, Lynne Wakeland, Melissa Walters, Teri Ware, Tina Yates, Alli Ziehm

 

18 & Over - Men's Open

Winner: Dallas

Captain: Cameron Nash

Roster: Bary Bailey, Emanuel Brighiu, Kriegler Brink, Kyle Davidson, Jack Seider, Joseph Sopko, Parker Wynn

 


Week 2: 

In Week 2 of the Texas 18 & Over League Sectionals, teams met in Dallas from August 6-8 for a chance at the 2021 USTA League National Championships. Teams from Dallas dominated the Men's 3.0 and 5.0, and Women's 3.0 divisions. Austin claimed the Lone Star and Women's 4.0 titles. Noho took home the Men's 4.0 championship and San Antonio won the Women's 5.0 championship. 

18 & Over - Lone Star

 

Winner: Austin

Captain: Liam Fry

Roster: Kelly Bremer, Erin Franz, Liam Fry, Michelle Kelly, Meghan Lehr, Kate Massey, Meghan Nielsen, Missy Strittmatter

 

18 & Over - Men's 3.0

 

Winner: Dallas

Captain: Brian Sipes

Roster: Robert Bell, Michael Boone, Mario Cardenas, Manny Ferrer, John Hansmann, Myles Lee, Thanh Ly, Kevin Moore, Benjamin Parker, Saurin Patel, Chung Pi, Craig Ritz, Brian Sipes, Sammy Sriva, Vincent Vallejo, Kenneth Vo

 

18 & Over - Women's 3.0


Winner: Dallas

Captain: Allan Graham

Roster: Claire Arnot, Meredith Baird, Barrett Ball, Christy Barnes, Rachel Brown, Mary Clayton Crow, Brinley Czuppon, Megan Filgo, Ashley Flowers, Alissa Gearing, Jenny Harris, Blair Heartfield, Michelle Hunt, Anne Lindsey Hunt, Sarah Klein, Lindsey Meyer, Genny Montgomery, Jordan Pounds, Nancy Scripps, Jessica Slaven, Heidi Snadon, Sarah Sparling, Meredith Turner, Claudia Williams

 

18 & Over - Men's 4.0


Winner: NOHO

Captain: Jason Freeman

Roster: Jorge Bedolla, Ian Bird, Corey Kruseman, Greg Leiker, Grant Lopez, Marcus Mategrano, David Moore, Joel Peters, Adam Riggs, Allen Sanders, Tomas Scataglini, Michael Spearman, Luc Thomas, Trung Trinh, Nghia Truong, Jorge Vega

 

18 & Over - Women's 4.0


Winner: Austin

Captain: Michelle Graham

Roster: Sarah Atkinson, Stephanie Berry, Annette Corbin, Anna Eberhardt, Andrea Frost, Nathalie Goodman, Michelle Graham, Pamela Heintz, Tomoe Heldebrandt, Amber Jordan, Lauren Lombardo, Karin Mahajan, Haruna Miyakado, Tiffany Muller, Jennifer Petersen, Julie Petrucelli, Ally Sivewright, Christina Vogdes

 

18 & Over - Men's 5.0


Winner: Dallas

Captain: Andre Vahdat

Roster: Carlos Arbiza Torrens, Erich Bein, Christopher Bell, Savan Chhabra, Christopher Culley, Andrew Gula, Mario Jakovljevic, Ivan Jakovljevic, Scotty Martinson, Anis Mezzour, Elliot Minvielle, Pedro Nuez Delgado, Stuart Row, Hunter Scammahorn, Andre Vahdat, Joshua Wilson

 

18 & Over - Women's 5.0


Winner: San Antonio

Captain: Mariel Tinnirello

Roster: Gina Agurcia, Michelle Barbaro, Brandi Bratek, Eva Dench, Lauren Gremminger, Kailey Jonas, Rachel Kensing, Lara Perry, Mariel Tinnirello, Lindsey Tristan

 

 

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