2015 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships
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2015 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships

The 2015 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships were the men's and women's tennis tournaments played concurrently from May 14 to May 25, 2015 in Waco, Texas on the campus of Baylor University. It was the 70th edition of the NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championship*[1] and the 34th edition of the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship*,[2] and the tenth time that the men's and women's tournaments were held at the same venue. It consisted of a men's and women's team, singles, and doubles championships.[3]

The No. 3 seeded Virginia Cavaliers defeated the home-team No. 2 Baylor Bears, 4-2, and then the No. 1 seeded Oklahoma Sooners, 4-1, to take the men's title. This led the Cavaliers to win the Capital One Cup for overall men's sports after Virginia also won the 2014 College Cup in soccer and 2015 College World Series in baseball during the same academic year.

Men's Team Championship

  • Note: Matches from the First Round and Second Round were held at the home courts of the national seeds with the winning team advancing to the championship rounds in Waco, Texas.[4] Bold indicates that a team is still active.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

Third Round
May 14
Quarterfinals
May 16
Semifinals
May 18
Finals
May 19
            
1 Oklahoma 4
16 UCLA 3
1 Oklahoma 4
8 Georgia 2
8 Georgia 4
9 Texas 1
1 Oklahoma 4
5 TCU 3
5 TCU 4
12 Wake Forest 0
5 TCU 4
13 North Carolina 1
4 Illinois 2
13 North Carolina 4
1 Oklahoma 1
3 Virginia 4
3 Virginia 4
Columbia 0
3 Virginia 4
6 Texas A&M 0
6 Texas A&M 4
11 Ohio State 3
3 Virginia 4
2 Baylor 2
7 USC 4
10 Duke 0
7 USC 2
2 Baylor 4
2 Baylor 4
South Florida 1
  • Virginia player Mitchell Frank was named the most valuable player

Women's Team Championship

  • Note: Matches from the First Round and Second Round were held at the home courts of the national seeds with the winning team advancing to the championship rounds in Waco, Texas.[5] Bold indicates that a team is still active.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

Round of 16
May 16
Quarterfinals
May 17
Semifinals
May 18
Finals
May 19
            
1 USC 4
16 Texas Tech 0
1 USC 4
8 Baylor 1
8 Baylor 4
9 Virginia 3
1 USC 0
4 Vanderbilt 4
5 Florida 4
12 Oklahoma State 0
5 Florida 3
4 Vanderbilt 4
4 Vanderbilt 4
Clemson 0
4 Vanderbilt 4
7 UCLA 2
3 California 3
14 Stanford 4
14 Stanford 2
6 Georgia 4
6 Georgia 4
11 Michigan 2
6 Georgia 1
7 UCLA 4
7 UCLA 4
10 Texas A&M 1
7 UCLA 4
2 North Carolina 1
2 North Carolina 4
15 Miami (FL) 1

All-Tournament Team

  • No. 1 Doubles: Lauren Herring/Ellen Perez (Georgia)
  • No. 2 Doubles: Catherine Harrison/Kyle McPhillips (UCLA)
  • No. 3 Doubles: Marie Casares/Frances Altick (Vanderbilt)
  • No. 1 Singles: Robin Anderson (UCLA)
  • No. 2 Singles: Astra Sharma (Vanderbilt)
  • No. 3 Singles: Jennifer Brady (UCLA)
  • No. 4 Singles: Courtney Colton (Vanderbilt)
  • No. 5 Singles: Hannah King (Georgia
  • No. 6 Singles: Ashlcigh Antal (Vanderbilt)
  • Most Outstanding Player: Astra Sharma (Vanderbilt)

Men's Singles Championship

  • Note: Matches from all six rounds were played in Waco, Texas from May 20-25, 2015.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

  • For full bracket:[6]
Round of 16
May 22
Quarterfinals
May 23
Semifinals
May 24
Finals
May 25
Croatia T Lupieri (BAY) 1 1
United States T Kwiatkowski (UVA) 6 6 United States T Kwiatkowski (UVA) 6 5 7
5 Austria S Stiefelmeyer (UL) 5 4 United States W Lin (COL) 4 7 5
United States W Lin (COL) 7 6 United States T Kwiatkowski (UVA) 4 4
United States J Hiltzik (ILL) 77 2 6 7 United States N Rubin (WAKE) 6 6
United Kingdom L Glasspool (TEX) 63 6 3 United States J Hiltzik (ILL) 79 2 2
7 United States N Rubin (WAKE) 6 6 7 United States N Rubin (WAKE) 67 6 6
9-16 Germany Y Hanfmann (USC) 2 4 7 United States N Rubin (WAKE) 6 64 1
9-16 Latvia M Libietis (TENN) 6 4 4 8 United States R Shane (UVA) 1 77 6
New Zealand C Norrie (TCU) 4 6 6 New Zealand C Norrie (TCU) 6 1 3
9-16 United States Q Monaghan (ND) 6 6 9-16 United States Q Monaghan (ND) 4 6 6
Germany J Sude (OKST) 2 4 9-16 United States Q Monaghan (ND) 6 64 1
8 United States R Shane (UVA) 6 6 8 United States R Shane (UVA) 3 77 6
United States J Efferding (TAMU) 4 4 8 United States R Shane (UVA) 77 4 6
Brazil F Soares (TEX) 6 3 6 Brazil F Soares (TEX) 64 6 3
United States J Wang (USC) 3 6 2

Women's Singles Championship

  • Note: Matches from all six rounds were played in Waco, Texas from May 20-25, 2015.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

  • For full bracket:[7]
Round of 16
May 22
Quarterfinals
May 23
Semifinals
May 24
Finals
May 25
1 United States R Anderson (UCLA) 6 6
United States S Santamaria (USC) 1 2 1 United States R Anderson (UCLA) 6 4 2
Serbia S Gavrilovska (TAM) 1 6 4 9-16 Germany S Wagner (MIA) 3 6 6
9-16 Germany S Wagner (MIA) 6 4 6 9-16 Germany S Wagner (MIA) 6 4 2
United States J Brady (UCLA) 1 5 7 United States J Loeb (UNC) 4 6 6
9-16 United States D Collins (UVA) 6 7 9-16 United States D Collins (UVA) 3 6 4
7 United States J Loeb (UNC) 6 6 7 United States J Loeb (UNC) 6 1 6
9-16 Lithuania J Eidukonyte (CLEM) 3 1 7 United States J Loeb (UNC) 6 4 6
United Kingdom N Beazant (RICE) 5 1 2 Canada C Zhao (STAN) 2 6 1
Republic of Ireland S Lohan (MIA) 7 6 Republic of Ireland S Lohan (MIA) 3 4
9-16 United States J Kuhlman (UF) 6 6 9-16 United States J Kuhlman (UF) 6 6
4 United States M Manasse (CAL) 4 1 9-16 United States J Kuhlman (UF) 6 4 0
Bosnia and Herzegovina E Burgic (BAY) 4 1 2 Canada C Zhao (STAN) 2 6 6
United States C Van Nguyen (UCLA) 6 6 United States C Van Nguyen (UCLA) 4 5
Hungary Z Susanyi (CAL) 2 0 2 Canada C Zhao (STAN) 6 7
2 Canada C Zhao (STAN) 6 6

Men's Doubles Championship

  • Note: All matches, including those from the First Round and the Round of 16, were played in Waco, Texas from May 20-25, 2015.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

  • For full bracket:[8]
Quarterfinals
May 23
Semifinals
May 24
Championship
May 25
               
1 Australia B Wagland (UGA)
United States A Smith (UGA)
2 3
Brazil H Dojas (TEX)
Brazil F Soares (TEX)
6 6
Brazil H Dojas (TEX)
Brazil F Soares (TEX)
6 6
United States H Jadun (MSU)
United States JP Mullane (MSU)
3 2
United States H Jadun (MSU)
United States JP Mullane (MSU)
6 6
Bolivia B Arias (LSU)
United States J Daigle (LSU)
3 4
Brazil H Dojas (TEX)
Brazil F Soares (TEX)
1 6 3
United Kingdom L Glasspool (TEX)
Denmark S Hess-Olsen (TEX)
6 3 6
5-8 Germany J Lenz (BAY)
Paraguay D Galeano (BAY)
6 6 6
4 Latvia M Libietis (TENN)
United States H Reese (TENN)
75 3 4
5-8 Germany J Lenz (BAY)
Paraguay D Galeano (BAY)
6 3 6
United Kingdom L Glasspool (TEX)
Denmark S Hess-Olsen (TEX)
2 6 73
India A Kadhe (OKST)
Germany J Sude (OKST)
4 2
United Kingdom L Glasspool (TEX)
Denmark S Hess-Olsen (TEX)
6 6

Women's Doubles Championship

  • Note: All matches, including those from the First Round and the Round of 16, were played in Waco, Texas from May 20-25, 2015.

National Seeds

Finals Bracket

  • For full bracket:[9]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship
               
1 Canada E Routliffe (ALA)
United States M Jansen (ALA)
4 7 6
Bosnia and Herzegovina E Burgic (BAY)
United States B Shankle (BAY)
6 5 1
1 Canada E Routliffe (ALA)
United States M Jansen (ALA)
5 6 6
United States C Doyle (STAN)
United States E Tsay (STAN)
7 3 0
4 Indonesia B Gumulya (CLEM)
Indonesia J Rompies (CLEM)
6 4 4
United States C Doyle (STAN)
United States E Tsay (STAN)
4 6 6
1 Canada E Routliffe (ALA)
United States M Jansen (ALA)
6 6 6
5-8 Hungary Z Susanyi (CAL)
Czech Republic K Fabikova (CAL)
2 75 3
5-8 Hungary Z Susanyi (CAL)
Czech Republic K Fabikova (CAL)
6 6
United States A Antal (VAN)
Australia A Sharma (VAN)
2 2
5-8 Hungary Z Susanyi (CAL)
Czech Republic K Fabikova (CAL)
3 6 6
5-8 United States B Austin (UF)
United States K Keegan (UF)
6 4 4
5-8 United States B Austin (UF)
United States K Keegan (UF)
6 1 6
2 Canada C Zhao (STAN)
United States T Davidson (STAN)
0 6 4

References

  1. ^ "List of NCAA Men's Tennis Champions". Ncaa.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "List of NCAA Women's Tennis Champions". Ncaa.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Baylor Chosen To Host 2015 NCAA Tennis Championships". BaylorBears.com. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "2015 Division I Men's Tennis Championship". NCAA.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "2015 Division I Men's Tennis Championship". NCAA.com. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Division I Men's Singles Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved 2015.
  7. ^ "Division I Women's Singles Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved 2015.
  8. ^ "Division I Men's Doubles Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved 2015.
  9. ^ "Division I Women's Doubles Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved 2015.

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