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The Intercollegiate Tennis Association, a nonprofit organization, has been serving the collegiate tennis community for more than 50 years. Founded in 1956 by the late J.D. Morgan, legendary UCLA tennis coach and athletics director, the ITA has been headed since 1979 by David A Benjamin, Executive Director. As the governing body of college tennis, the ITA provides opportunities and supports 1,700 varsity coaches and college tennis programs nationwide, as well as over 15,000 intercollegiate student-athletes.
Awards & Rankings The ITA administers a comprehensive awards and rankings program for men and women varsity players, coaches and teams in all divisions, providing recoginition for their accomplishments on and off the court. Over 2,500 student-athletes are recognized annually at the regional and national levels. • ITA College Tennis Rankings • ITA Achievement Award • ITA Men’s & Women’s Collegiate Hall of Fame • ITA All-America Team • ITA Scholar Athlete Awards • ITA All-Academic Teams • ITA Collegiate All-Star Team • ITA/Arthur Ashe Jr. Leadership & Sportsmanship Awards • Osuna & Leary Sportsmanship Awards • Wilson/ITA Coaches of the Year • ITA Assistant Coaches of the Year • ITA Players of the Year • ITA Players to Watch • ITA/Farnsworth Senior Player of the Year • ITA Division I Most Improved Player • ITA Rookies of the Year • Wilson/ITA Promoters of the Year • USTA/ITA Campus & Community Outreach Awards
Communication & Services
• ITA Website (www.itatennis.com) • Coach mentoring program • ITA Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube • Annual ITA Coaches Convention • USTA/ITA College Tennis Advocacy Network • Educate and support college coaches • Campus and community outreach grants • Intercollegiate Tennis Rules • NCAA, NAIA & JUCO representation
ITA Events • 88 USTA/ITA Regional Championships • 200+ ITA Sanctioned Tournaments • 30 ITA Kick-Off Weekend Host Sites • ITA/Riviera Women’s All-American Championships • Saint Francis Health System ITA Men’s All-American Championships • USTA/ITA National Small College Championships • USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships • Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship • Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship • Division III National Men’s Team Indoor Championship • Division III National Women’s Team Indoor Championship • ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit, presented by USTA • USTA/ITA National Summer Championships
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schedule of events thursday, february
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event preview The field of 16 is set for the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Women’s Team Indoor Championship. The University of Virginia will serve as the host of the 27th annual Championship at the Boar’s Head Sports Club in Charlottesville, Virginia. Of the 15 No. 1 seeds participating in the sixthannual ITA Kick-Off Weekend competition, 14 advanced to Charlottesville. Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, UCLA, USC, Texas A&M, Cal, Miami (FL), Duke, Michigan, Alabama, Clemson, Vanderbilt, Northwestern and Texas will join the Cavaliers of Virginia for the right to compete for the prestigious national title. The event will be held at the sports facility of the Boar’s Head Sports Club, recognized by Tennis Magazine as a top 50 tennis resort in the United States. The Boar’s Head Sports Club was also named the 2008 Private Facility of the Year by Racquet Sports Industry Magazine, while also receiving recognition from TennisResorts.com as one of the top 75 tennis resorts in the world. The facility contains a total of 26 courts: 10 Har-Tru outdoor courts, four outdoor hard courts, and 12 state-of-the-art DecoTurf indoor courts.
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“The ITA is delighted to be retuning this year to the Boar’s Head Sports Club and the University of Virginia for our ITA National Women’s Team Indoor Championship,” said ITA Executive Director David A Benjamin. “Their combination of outstanding facilities, professional hospitality, and enthusiastic support makes this a wonderful partnership, and I know that our varsity student athletes are greatly looking forward to participating in this event.” For complete tournament information, please visit www.itatennis.com.
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Dear Friends and Honored Guests: The University of Virginia Foundation and Boar’s Head are once again excited to partner with the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) and the University of Virginia Athletics Department to bring the 2014 ITA National Women’s Tennis Indoor Championship to Boar’s Head. Boar’s Head has been recognized as a top 50 U.S. tennis resort by Tennis Magazine and received recognition from TennisResorts.com as one of the top 75 tennis resorts in the world. We are proud to serve as host venue of the 27th annual ITA National Women’s Team Indoor Championship, and pleased to bring 16 of the nation’s top collegiate tennis teams to our resort. These types of events underscore our commitment to bring the highest level of tennis to our community. We wish all student athletes the best during this week’s competition and look forward to continuing our relationship with the ITA and NCAA. Thank you for your support. We hope you enjoy this year’s tournament, and we look forward to seeing you!
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The ITA Board of Directors is comprised of the ITA Executive Director and ITA coaches representing men’s and women’s tennis from all three NCAA Divisions, NAIA and Junior/ Community Colleges. The ITA Board of Directors determines administrative policy for the association, and meets annually at the ITA Coaches Convention. The ITA is the governing body of college tennis, overseeing men’s and women’s varsity tennis at NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College, and over the past three decades has worked hard to achieve its charter goals: “To foster and encourage the playing of intercollegiate tennis in accordance with the highest tradition of sportsmanship and consistent with the general objectives of higher education.” “To develop among the intercollegiate coaches a deeper sense of responsibility in teaching, promoting, maintaining and conducting the game of tennis.” “To educate and serve those individuals and groups who are involved in collegiate tennis: junior and college players, their coaches and parents, and the at-large tennis public.”
ita board of directors 2013-2014 David A Benjamin, ITA Executive Director Bobby Bayliss, University of Notre Dame John Bryant, Southwest Baptist University Beverly Buckley, Rollins College Michelle Dasso, University of Illinois Kent DeMars, University of South Carolina Steve Denton, Texas A&M University David Fish, Harvard University Paul Gastonguay, Bates College Dee Henry, Biola University Bryan Kalbas, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Anne Koger, Haverford College Nicole Kenneally, University of Colorado Trevor Kronemann, University of California-Irvine
Betsy Kuhle, Western Michigan University Ann Lebedeff, Pomona Pitzer Colleges Lin Loring, Indiana University Sheila McInerney, Arizona State University Danielle Lund McNamara, Yale University Wanda McPhail, Meridian Community College Rick Morris, Chabot College Murray Murdoch, Cedarville University Billy Pate, Princeton University Bill Richards, Ball State University John Roddick, University of Oklahoma Paul Settles, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges Alex Wong, Vassar College
2014 national tournament calendar ita division I national women’s team indoor championship
Hosted by the University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia | February 7 - 10, 2014
ita men’s all-american championships
Hosted by the University of Tulsa Tulsa, Oklahoma | Sept. 27 - Oct. 5, 2014
ita women’s all-american championships
ita division I national men’s team indoor championship
Hosted by the Riviera Tennis Club Pacific Palisades, California | Sept. 27 - Oct. 5, 2014
Hosted by Texas A&M Houston, Texas | February 14 - 17, 2014
usta/ita national small college championships
ita division III men’s national team indoor championship
Hosted by Case Western Cleveland, Ohio | February 21 - 23, 2014
TBD October 9 - 12, 2014 usta/ita regional championships
88 Campus Sites Small College: September 11 - 29, 2014 Division I: October 9 - 20, 2014
ita division III women’s national team indoor championship
usta/ita national indoor intercollegiate championships
Hosted by DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana | Feb. 28 - Mar. 2, 2014
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Flushing, New York | November 6 - 9, 2014
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University of Virginia tournament site
Boar’s Head | Charlottesville, Va club manager
James Neiderer director of tennis
Jacek Wolicki host personnel
Craig Littlepage, Director of Athletics Mark Guilbeau, Women’s Tennis Head Coach Troy Porco, Women’s Tennis Associate Head Coach Valerie Richardson, Assoc. Athletics Director
Jane Goodman boar’s head site personnel
Ron Manilla, Tournament Director & Master Tennis Professional Bret Garrison, Director of Membership & Operations Christian Edeleanu, Asst. Operations Manager Gary Nickell, Court Maintenance Coordinator Roger Graham, Court Maintenance MJ Arquette, Graphic Design & Web Manager ita staff
David A Benjamin, ITA Executive Director Angel Prinos, ITA Associate Director Mike Anders, ITA Manager of Events & Championships Stephanie Neppl, ITA Director of Communications Tom Loughrey, ITA Web/Media Manager
Carmen Blanco | fr Mary Anne Daines | sr Maya Jansen | so Natalia Maynetto | so Luicelena Perez | jr Erin Routliffe | fr Danielle Spielmann | fr Emily Zabor | jr head coach
Jenny Mainz assistant coach
Ricky Doverspike volunteer asst. coach Mari Muller
Lynn Chi | so Kelly Chui | sr Alice Duranteau | sr Cecilia Estlander | jr Klara Fabikova | so Maegen Manasse | fr Anett Schutting | sr Denise Starr | fr Zsofi Susanyi | jr head coach
Amanda Augustus associate head coach
volunteer asst. coach
Robin Anderson | jr Jennifer Brady | fr Dominique Cetale | fr Courtney Dolehide | sr Allie Glover | fr Catherine Harrison | so Dominika Matkowska | so Kyle McPhillips | so Kaitlin Ray | jr Kelly Shaffer | fr Morgan Thomas | sr Chanelle Van Nguyen | jr head coach
Tristen Dewar | so Joana Eidukonyte | fr Beatrice Gumulya | jr Romy Kölzer | jr Yana Koroleva | jr Yuilynn Miao | so Carola Pederzani | so Jessy Rompies | so head coach
Nancy Harris assistant coach
Stella Sampras Webster associate head coach
volunteer asst. coach
Emma Bektas | jr Brooke Bolender | sr Kristen Dodge | jr Sarah Lee | jr Sara Remynse | fr Laura Ucros | fr Annie Wierda | fr Ronit Yurovsky | so Amy Zhu | so head coach
Ronni Bernstein associate head coach
Teryn Ashley-Fitch volunteer asst. coach Mark Denenfeld
north carolina Hayley Carter | fr Ashley Dai | so Whitney Kay | so Jamie Loeb | fr Tessa Lyons | sr Caroline Price | jr Laura Slater | sr Kate Vialle | so head coach
Brian Kalbas assistant coach
Sara Anundsen volunteer asst. coach Gina Suarez-Malaguti
Alicia Barnett | so Veronica Corning | sr Nida Hamilton | sr Lok Sze Leung | jr Maddie Lipp | fr Belinda Niu | sr Manon Peri | fr Brooke Rischbieth | fr Jillian Rooney | fr head coach
Claire Pollard associate head coach
Brynn Boren | sr Kaitlyn Christian | sr Gabriella DeSimone | jr Zoë Katz | fr Paige Keating | so Giuliana Olmos | jr Casey Reede | sr Sabrina Santamaria | jr Zoë Scandalis | jr Ellie Yates | so head coach
Richard Gallien assistant coach
Beatrice Capra | so Ester Goldfield | jr Marainne Jodoin | sr Rachel Kahan | sr Hanna Mar | sr Annie Mulholland | jr Chalena Scholl | fr Alyssa Smith | fr head coach
Jamie Ashworth assistant coach
Alexandra Cercone | sr Olivia Janowicz | sr Kourtney Keegan | fr Brianna Morgan | so Sofie Oyen | sr Stefanie Stojic | fr Belinda Woolcock | fr Roland Thornqvist assoc. head coach Dave Balogh undergraduate student assistant coach
Breaunna Addison | so Ratnika Batra | fr Elizabeth Begley | sr Juliana Gajic | sr Lana Groenvynck | so Pippa Horn | fr Neda Koprcina | fr Lina Padegimaite | jr Annat Rabinovich | jr head coach
Patty Fendick-McCain assistant coach
Rutuja Bhosale | fr Ines Deheza | so Paula Deheza | so Stefania Hristov | fr Anna Mamalat | so Jana McCord | sr Cristina Stancu | sr Mason Strickland | fr head coach
Howard Joffe assistant coach
student assistant coach
Caroline Brinson | fr Kate Fuller | sr Silvia Garcia | so Lauren Herring | jr Lilly Kimbell | sr Mia King | so Maho Kowase | sr Jeff Wallace assistant coach
Drake Bernstein graduate manager
Monique Albuquerque | jr Melissa Bolivar | sr Brittany Dubins | sr Kelsey Laurente | so Lina Lileikite | jr Clementina Riobueno | so Stephanie Wagner | so Victoria Zukowski | fr head coach
Paige Yaroshuk-Tews assistant coach
Frances Altick | so Ashleigh Antal | jr Sydney Campbell | fr Marie Casares | jr Courtney Colton | so Maggie Leavell | so Lauren Mira | sr Georgina Sellyn | so Astra Sharma | fr head coach
Geoff Macdonald assistant coach
Marjorie Baker | sr Danielle Collins | so Julia Elbaba | so Maci Epstein | so Marie Faura | fr Stephanie Nauta | so Caryssa Peretz | sr Rachel Pierson | fr Clare Spooner | sr Li Xi | sr head coach
Mark Guilbeau associate head coach
women’s team indoor past champions and finalists year
1988 Florida Andy Brandi 5-4 Stanford* Wisconsin 1989 Stanford* Frank Brennan 6-0 Florida Wisconsin 1990 Stanford* Frank Brennan 5-2 UCLA Wisconsin 1991 Florida Andy Brandi 6-0 Stanford* Wisconsin 1992 Florida* Andy Brandi 5-3 Stanford Wisconsin 1993 Stanford Frank Brennan 5-1 Florida Wisconsin 1994 Georgia* Jeff Wallace 5-1 Florida Wisconsin 1995 Georgia Jeff Wallace 5-4 UCLA Wisconsin 1996 Florida* Andy Brandi 5-2 Stanford Wisconsin 1997 Florida Andy Brandi 4-3 Stanford* Wisconsin 1998 Stanford Frank Brennan 5-3 Duke Wisconsin 1999 Florida Andy Brandi 5-4 Duke Wisconsin 2000 Stanford Frank Brennan 8-0 California Wisconsin 2001 Stanford* Lele Forood 4-3 Georgia Wisconsin 2002 Georgia Jeff Wallace 4-1 Vanderbilt Wisconsin 2003 Duke Jamie Ashworth 4-3 Florida* Wisconsin 2004 Stanford* Lele Forood 5-0 Georgia Wisconsin 2005 Stanford* Lele Forood 4-0 Kentucky Wisconsin 2006 Stanford* Lele Forood 4-0 Texas Wisconsin 2007 Georgia Tech* Bryan Shelton 4-2 Notre Dame Wisconsin 2008 Georgia Tech Bryan Shelton 4-2 Northwestern Wisconsin 2009 Northwestern Claire Pollard 4-1 Georgia Wisconsin 2010 Northwestern Claire Pollard 4-2 North Carolina Wisconsin 2011 Stanford Lele Forood 4-2 Florida* Virginia 2012 UCLA Stella Sampras Webster 4-0 Duke Virginia 2013 North Carolina Brian Kalbas 4-3 UCLA Virginia * - Won NCAA title same year
tournament records most championships: Stanford – 10, Florida – 6, Georgia – 3, Georgia Tech and Northwestern – 2, Duke, North Carolina and UCLA – 1 most final appearances: Stanford – 15, Florida – 11, Georgia – 6, Duke and UCLA - 4, Northwestern– 3, Georgia Tech and North Carolina– 2, California, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Texas and Vanderbilt – 1 most wins: Stanford 68, Georgia 50, Florida 45, Duke 42, UCLA 35, California 31
ITA Achievement Award Winners
Now in its 20th year, the ITA Achievement Award pays tribute each year to past participants in the world of varsity tennis who have achieved excellence in their chosen careers. The spirit of the award honors both professional success and contributions to society, made either as a direct result of a career, or through humanitarian efforts. 1994 Judge Peggy Brenden, Luther College ’76 Dr. Athan James Shaka, Harvey Mudd College ’80 1995 Dr. Rebecca Birchmore Campen, University of Georgia ’63 Senator John Breaux, University of Southwestern Louisiana ’64 1996 Wilma A. Lewis, Swarthmore College ’78 Roger B. Porter, Brigham Young University ’69 1997 Lisa Hoffstein, University of Pennsylvania ’81 Dr. Bert Vogelstein, University of Pennsylvania ’70 1998 Lieutenant Colonel Gail Allen, U.S. Air Force Academy ’82 Dr. William Bowen, Denison University ’55 1999 Christine Grant, Swarthmore College ’69 Governor Pedro Rossello, University of Notre Dame ’66 2000 Dr. Ruth M. Haude, Indiana State Teachers College of Pennsylvania ’58 Dr. Michael P. Johnson, Clark University ’79 2001 Patricia Beckford Acheson, Queens College (N.C.) ’72 Judge Gerald E. Rosen, Kalamazoo College ’73 2002 Jack Blanton, University of Texas ’47 2003 Gene Sperling, University of Minnesota ’82 2004 Dr. George Fareed, University of California, Berkeley ’66 2005 Steve Appleton, Boise State University ‘82 2006 Thomas Cundy, Florida State University ‘55 2007 Dr. Geoffrey Tabin, Yale University ‘78 2008 Sheridan Snyder, University of Virginia ‘58 2009 John L. Thornton, Harvard University ‘76 2010 Robert A. Swift, Haverford College ‘68 2011 Jon D. Erickson, University of Michigan ‘59 2012 General Ann E. Dunwoody, State University of New York at Cortland ‘75 2013 Roger Crawford, Loyola Marymount University ‘82
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ITA AwArds ProgrAm: dIvIsIon I women’s TennIs 2013 ITA NATIoNAl AwArd wINNers Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year Jenny Mainz, University of Alabama ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year Alex Santos, University of Miami (FL)
ITA National Player to Watch Ema Burgic, Baylor University
ITA National Senior Player of the Year Lauren Embree, University of Florida
ITA/Arthur Ashe Jr. Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship Hannah Dake, United States Air Force Academy
ITA National Rookie of the Year Julia Elbaba, University of Virginia
ITA/Cissie Leary Sportsmanship Award Mary Weatherholt, University of Nebraska
2013 ITA All-AmerIcA TeAm Player
Mary Anne Macfarlane
About the ITA Awards program: As the governing body of collegiate tennis, the ITA promotes both the athletic and academic achievements of varsity collegiate tennis players. The ITA, which is comprised of nearly 1,700 men’s and women’s varsity coaches and 20,000 student-athletes from over 1,200 institutions, has a comprehensive awards program for players and coaches to honor excellence in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and athletic performance. Awards are given to both men and women, on the Regional and National levels to all Divisions represented within the ITA (NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and Community and Junior Colleges). The ITA annually recognizes over 3,000 studentathletes on an individual and team basis from over 500 different varsity tennis programs. More than 300 coaches participate in the award selection process, serving on Regional and/or National selection committees. For more information on the ITA Awards program, please visit http://www.itatennis.com/AboutITA/AbouttheITA.htm.
| university of virginia | | History | The University of Virginia was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, who outlined the institution’s purpose, designed its buildings, supervised construction, planned the curriculum and directed the recruitment of the first faculty. As the first Rector of the University, Jefferson presided over the school’s governing body, known as the Board of Visitors. James Madison and James Monroe were members of the board in the early years. When it opened for classes in 1825, the University of Virginia represented a dramatic innovation in American education. In an era when colleges trained students almost exclusively for teaching and the ministry, Jefferson dedicated his University to the education of leaders in practical affairs and public service. | The Grounds | Jefferson designed his “academical village” to house teachers and students alike in four long rows of rooms interspersed with larger buildings that provided classrooms and dwelling space for faculty families. The Rotunda is the focal point of the historic central Grounds. In 1976, the American Institute of Architects proclaimed the academical village one of the outstanding achievements of American architecture; in 1987, UNESCO designated the academical village a World Heritage site. | The University Today | Although the University has expanded to encompass more than 11,000 acres, it retains the intimacy that characterized the academical village. University planners have been careful to preserve open space for study and contemplation while erecting modern facilities for each of the six undergraduate schools as well as the professional schools. In the 2012-13 school year, the University enrolled a total of 21,095 students: 14,641 undergraduates and 6,454 graduate students. Sixty-nine percent of the University’s undergraduate students are Virginia residents, with students coming from 47 states and 121 foreign countries. The total undergraduate student population is 55 percent women and 45 percent men. The University of Virginia continues to excel in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings. In 2013, U.S. News & World Report’s ranked U.Va. as the nation’s No. 2 public university, No. 5 for best undergraduate business programs and No. 24 for Best National University. Since U.S. News began a separate listing of the top 50 public universities, U.Va. has never been ranked lower than No. 2. In the 31-year history of the rankings, U.Va. has never dropped out of the top 25 listing of all public and private universities. With a six-year graduation rate of 94 percent, U.Va. consistently ranks as one of the best among public universities. Research and teaching are carried out in the University’s 11 schools: the School of Architecture, the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, the Curry School of Education, the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Law, the McIntire School of Commerce, the School of Medicine and the School of Nursing. | The Faculty | In creating an academical village, Jefferson sought scholars who had distinguished reputations and were willing to live among their students—an unusual, but from Jefferson’s point of view, essential combination. U.Va.’s faculty, one of the most distinguished groups of scholars and researchers in the country, still exemplifies this tradition. The University’s full-time instructional and research faculty numbered 2,704 in 2012-13. Twenty-five faculty members have been selected as Guggenheim fellows; twenty-six have been awarded Fulbright fellowships; six faculty members have been named National Endowment for the Humanities fellows. Two faculty researchers have won Presidential Young Investigator Awards, and three have won Sloan Foundation Awards. In the sciences, three University of Virginia faculty members have received highly prestigious Packard Foundation Awards. Members of the faculty have won major prizes from various national associations, including the Bancroft Prize of the American Historical Association and the Distinguished Science Award of the American Psychological Association. Members of the faculty have won major prizes from various national associations, including the Bancroft Prize of the American Historical Association and the Distinguished Science Award of the American Psychological Association. Despite the demands of research and writing, members of the University faculty are remarkably attentive to the needs of their students. In addition to their teaching responsibilities, faculty members serve as academic advisors. It’s not unusual to encounter students clustered in the hall outside a professor’s office, waiting for a chance to discuss papers or review classwork. | The Honor System | The Honor System is one of the University’s oldest and most venerated traditions. Based on a fundamental core value that lying, cheating, or stealing will not tolerated by students who enroll at the University and live within its “community of trust,” the Honor System allows students the kind of personal freedom possible only in an environment in which respect and trust are presumed. For more than 170 years, this system has been administered by students. | Visit the University’s Website | For more information about the University, visit its website at Virginia.edu. Visitors to the Web site can view electronic versions of all the undergraduate applications and print out an undergraduate application. Admissions information for graduate and professional students is also available.
| cavalier athletics | The University of Virginia athletics program is a shining example of how one of the nation’s top institutions of higher learning has combined high academic achievement, fielded nationally competitive and successful athletics teams and integrated student-athletes into the University and local community. A member of the 12-school Atlantic Coast Conference, Virginia fields 25 athletics teams. There are 12 sport programs for men and 13 for women. Virginia is annually one of the top overall intercollegiate athletics programs in the nation. Success at Virginia is not by happenstance. In 2002 Athletics Director Craig Littlepage announced an aggressive “10-Year Goals” campaign to ensure future success for the Cavaliers’ program. The heart and soul of Virginia athletics are its student-athletes. Tremendous ambassadors for their school, athletics program and chosen sports, they have led the school to spectacular athletic accomplishments.
2012-13 Highlights • • • •
Virginia finished 20th in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. Teams or individuals from 19 of the Cavaliers’ 25 intercollegiate athletics programs advanced to NCAA postseason competition in 2012-13. The Cavaliers captured their first NCAA championship in men’s tennis. ITA Men’s National College Player and Senior of the Year Jarmere Jenkins and freshman Mac Styslinger became the third men’s tennis duo in the past five years to win the NCAA Doubles Championship. • Other team highlights from the year included the rowing team’s fifth-place national finish, baseball’s fourth NCAA Super Regional appearance in the last five years and the men’s tennis team winning the ITA National Team Indoor Championship for the fifth time in the past six years. • UVa won five Atlantic Coast Conference championships and now has won 56 in the last 11 years. The Cavaliers won ACC championships in rowing (13th in 14 years), men’s swimming and diving (sixth consecutive and 14th in 15 years), women’s swimming and diving (sixth consecutive), men’s tennis (seventh consecutive and ninth in the last 10 years) and women’s soccer. • 47 Virginia student-athletes earned All-America honors. • Two Virginia coaches earned ACC Coach of the Year Awards in 2012-13: Kevin Sauer (rowing) and Brian O’Connor (baseball). In addition, Mark Guilbeau was named ITA Atlantic Region Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year. • Women’s soccer player Caroline Miller, a first-team All-American, was named the ACC’s Offensive Player of the Year. • Field hockey’s Paige Selenski, the ACC Offensive Player of the Year, finished her four-year Cavalier career with 238 points, the highest career mark in Virginia and ACC history. • Women’s tennis player Julia Elbaba was named ITA National Rookie of the Year, All-American, All-ACC and ACC Rookie of the Year. • Lauren Perdue was named the Women’s ACC Swimmer of the Championships for the third time in her career. • Baseball participated in the NCAA Tournament for the 10th consecutive year and played in a Super Regional for the fourth time in the last five seasons. • Men’s Basketball, led by All-ACC first team guard Joe Harris, finished the season with a 23-12 record and made its 13th NIT appearance, advancing to the NIT quarterfinals for the first time since 1992. • Led by All-ACC junior guard Ataira Franklin, the Cavalier women’s basketball team had two victories over top-25-ranked teams (No. 17 Vanderbilt and No. 25 Florida State). • Men’s Cross Country won the NCAA Southeast Regional and finished 14th at the NCAA Championships. • The field hockey team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, finishing with a 16-6 record and No. 7 rank in the NFHCA poll. • Football’s Oday Aboushi and Steve Greer headlined six All-ACC selections as first-team honorees, giving UVa at least one member on the first team for six straight seasons. • Virginia sophomore Denny McCarthy finished 22nd at the NCAA Championships after tying for second at the NCAA Columbus Regional. McCarthy received All-ACC, All-East Region and honorable mention All-America honors. • Senior Brittany Altomare became the first Cavalier to win the ACC Individual title, be named the ACC’s Golfer of the Year and earn first-team All-America honors. • The UVa women’s lacrosse team participated in the NCAA Tournament for the 18th consecutive season, advancing to the quarterfinals by defeating a pair of higher-seeded teams. • Five Cavalier men’s lacrosse players were named USILA All-Americans, highlighted by Scott McWilliams and Matt White on the second team. • Rowing’s Kristine O’Brien was named CRCA First-Team All-American for third consecutive year. • The UVa men’s soccer team extended the nation’s longest current streak of participating in the NCAA Tournament by receiving its 32nd consecutive bid. • Women’s Soccer reached the round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the eighth consecutive year and Caroline Miller became the first Cavalier to be named a finalist for the Hermann Trophy. • Softball’s Melanie Mitchell broke the school records for wins (79), strikeouts (1,101), complete games (117), innings pitched (942), appearances (161) and starts (144). • The women’s tennis team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fifth straight season and the NCAA Round of 16 for the third consecutive year. • The wrestling team finished 21st at the NCAA Championships (23.5 points) and Jedd Moore (6th at 157 pounds) and Nick Sulzer (8th at 165 pounds) each earned All-America honors at NCAAs. • Virginia’s intercollegiate athletics teams won 60.5 percent of their contests in 2012-13. U.Va.’s teams compiled an overall record of 233-151-5. • A total of 11 individuals with ties to the University of Virginia competed in six different disciplines at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Matt McLean (Class of 2011, men’s swimming and diving), Becky Sauerbrunn (Class of 2007, women’s soccer) and Perdue earned gold medals. Perdue earned a gold medal with the United States in the women’s 4x200-meter freestyle relay, while McLean won gold with the U.S. men’s 4x200m free relay. Sauerbrunn and the U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Japan, 2-1, for the gold medal in women’s soccer. • Virginia’s Ari Dimas (men’s soccer), Simone Egwu (women’s basketball) and Matt Snyder (wrestling) earned Weaver-James-Corrigan postgraduate scholarships from the ACC, and Lauren Perdue (women’s swimming and diving) received a Weaver-James-Corrigan Honorary Award. • Virginia’s Sarah Cowburn (rowing) and Snyder were named ACC Scholar-Athletes of the Year in their respective sports. Cowburn was a Capital One First-Team Academic All-American as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), and Snyder was a thirdteam Academic All-America selection for the second straight year. • 286 student-athletes from UVa were named to the 2013 ACC Honor Roll.
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