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RE: US College Signings and General College Chat 2021/22


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JonH to answer your question about other players winning post season honours -

Keisers Luke Simkiss was named this years Sun Conference Player of the Year. Simkiss ended the regular season with a 16-3 overall record and an 8-0 mark in dual meets. Also named Sun Conference Player of the Week (March 8) the fourth of his career. All eight of his victories came at the No. 1 position as Simkiss led the Seahawks to a 13-1 overall record (7-0 TSC) - thesunconference.com/news/2021/4/28/2021-all-sun-conference-mens-tennis-teams-and-awards-winners-announced.aspx  (Keiser is a NAIA college)


UNF's Annabelle Davis won ASUN Freshman of the Year. Freshman Annabelle Davis capped off an impressive first year with the Ospreys, finishing the season 10-1 in singles and going undefeated in conference singles. The Somerset, England, native won singles matches in the five slot in the ASUN Semifinal and Final. She clinched the doubles point with partner Summer Yardley in doubles to help North Florida sweep Stetson in the ASUN Quarterfinal. Davis clinched the match for UNF in the squads first ASUN win against FGCU March 19. She was the only Osprey to win in singles against No. 16 UCF edging Marion Deloziere 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (11-9) in the six slot March 13. - unfospreys.com/news/2021/4/29/womens-tennis-sweeps-conference-postseason-awards.aspx



-- Edited by cya on Friday 30th of April 2021 09:14:13 PM


 Well done to both of them!



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I love reading the posts about US college tennis but don't really follow it at all.

So if this has already been mentioned, or isn't relevant - for some reason - apologies - but I note that Ethan Miller has won some conference so well done to him

Sarah Borwell
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Congrats to @Wiltslta @SotoTennis @LeMoyneDolphins student athlete Ethan Miller who wins @TheNortheast10 conference. Incredible achievement.

pbs.twimg.com/media/E0VdMEHXoAMcz9M

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The winners of the 2021 Mens Champions (with seed listed) will be headed to the conference championships as automatic bids. Good to see a fair few Brits in these teams (see details in everyones posts above)
American Athletic Conference #1 UCF
ASun Conference #1N Liberty
Atlantic Coast Conference #1 Virginia
Atlantic 10 Conference #1 VCU
Big East Conference #1 DePaul
Big Sky Conference #S1 Northern Arizona
Big South Conference #4 Presbyterian
Big Ten Conference 1W Illinois
Big 12 Conference #2 Baylor
Big West Conference #3 UC Santa Barbara
Colonial Athletic Association #1 UNC Wilmington
Conference USA #1 Middle Tennessee
Horizon League #1 Cleveland State
The Ivy League Season Cancelled
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference #1 Monmouth
Mid-American Conference Western Michigan (regular season champ)
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference S1 South Carolina State
Mountain West Conference New Mexico (regular season champ)
Northeast Conference #1 Fairleigh Dickinson
Ohio Valley Conference #3 Belmont
Pac-12 Conference #3 USC
Patriot League #1 Navy
Southeastern Conference #2 Tennessee
Southern Conference #1 East Tennessee State
Southland Conference #1 Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Southwestern Athletic Conference #2 Alabama A&M
The Summit League #1 Denver
Sun Belt Conference #3 South Alabama
West Coast Conference Pepperdine (regular season champ)
Western Athletic Conference #1 Grand Canyon

The singles and doubles will be decided by committee consisting of 12 members. Six members of the committee shall represent men's tennis interests and six members shall represent women's tennis interests, including four positions allocated for men, four allocated for women and four unallocated. No more than one of the six members representing men's tennis interests shall be selected from any one of the six Division I men's tennis regions. No more than one of the six members representing women's tennis interests shall be selected from any one of the six Division I women's tennis regions.

Link to list of committee members
web1.ncaa.org/committees/committees_roster.jsp

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Coup Droit wrote:

I love reading the posts about US college tennis but don't really follow it at all.

So if this has already been mentioned, or isn't relevant - for some reason - apologies - but I note that Ethan Miller has won some conference so well done to him

Sarah Borwell
@sarahborwell
1 May
Congrats to @Wiltslta @SotoTennis @LeMoyneDolphins student athlete Ethan Miller who wins @TheNortheast10 conference. Incredible achievement.

pbs.twimg.com/media/E0VdMEHXoAMcz9M


 Well done Ethan! A fair few Brits at D2 and Bobby Knight has also posted links to the mens and womens D2 championships 

https://www.collegetennistoday.com/2021-d2-mens-conference-tournament-central/

https://www.collegetennistoday.com/2021-d2-womens-conference-tournament-central/

 



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Holly Hutchinson picks up more Conference-USA awards, amongst a clutch for Old Dominion

"Manilla earned the league's Coach of the Year honors for the third consecutive season, Starodubtseva was named the C-USA Player of the Year, Sasnouskaya was tagged as the Freshman of the Year and Hutchinson acquired Outstanding Singles Player of the Championship. This is the first time since 2010-11, that the program has had back to back conference players of the year.

Starodubtseva, Sasnouskaya and Hutchinson were also named to the All-Conference USA Singles First Team. Sasnouskaya/Hutchinson and Starodubtseva/Yakubovich collected All C-USA Doubles First Team honors. Viktorovich joined teammate Sasnouskaya on the league's All-Freshman Team."



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The NCAA Division I Mens Tennis Subcommittee announced the 64 teams and 16 first- and second-round sites for the 2021 DI mens tennis championship on Monday. First- and second-round competition takes place May 7-8 or 8-9 and features four teams playing in a single-elimination format.

The winner of each site advances to the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, where the 16 teams will compete for the national championship May 17-28. The event will be hosted by the University of Central Florida and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission.

www.ncaa.com/live-updates/tennis-men/d1/2021-di-mens-college-tennis-championship

www.ncaa.com/brackets/tennis-men/d1/2021

The NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 teams and 16 first- and second-round sites for the 2021 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship. Due to the health and safety protocols surrounding the pandemic, first- and second-round sites were selected from a group of 20 predetermined sites rather than awarded to strictly the top seeded teams. Seed was factored into the final determination of the sites, and matchups between conference opponents were avoided in the first two rounds of the championship.

www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-women/article/2021-05-03/teams-announced-2021-ncaa-division-i-womens-tennis-championship

www.ncaa.com/brackets/tennis-women/d1/2021

 The following is a list of teams that have been selected for the Division I Mens and Women's Tennis Championship.

Click on the link to view that school's form

http://web1.ncaa.org/tennis/exec/lineup?doWhat=listing&sportCode=MTE&division=1&fromLink=Y

http://web1.ncaa.org/tennis/exec/lineup?doWhat=listing&sportCode=WTE&division=1&fromLink=Y



-- Edited by Elegant Point on Tuesday 4th of May 2021 01:26:42 PM

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www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-men/article/2021-05-04/2021-ncaa-division-i-mens-tennis-championships-singles-and-doubles-selections.

The NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams that will compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships.

The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, after the conclusion of the team championship

Brits Mens featuring in singles

Alastair Gray TCU (seeded 13)
James Davis Denver
Millen Hurrion Kentucky
Johannus Monday Tennessee (seeded 8)
Hamish Stewart Tulane
Connor Thomson South Carolina

Brits Mens in doubles

Alastair Gray Luc Fomba TCU
Will Davies Oliver Okonkwo Iowa
Finn Murgett Tad Maclean Auburn
David Stevenson Oscar Cutting Memphis
Emile Hudd Matej Vocel Oklahoma State
Daniel Rodrigues Connor Thomson South Carolina
Hamish Stewart Ewan Moore Tulane



-- Edited by cya on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 12:12:37 AM

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www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-women/article/2021-05-04/2021-ncaa-di-womens-tennis-championships-singles-and-doubles-selections-announced

Women's link above.

Brits Women

Megan Davies South Carolina
Bronte Murgett Missouri
Indianna Spink Arkansas

Angelica Blake from Stanford is an alternate

Female Brits in doubles draw selection 

Mia HorvitMegan DaviesSouth Carolina

Alternate doubles

Bronte Murgett Marta Oliveira Missouri
Holly Staff Anna Ross Vanderbilt



-- Edited by cya on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 12:28:34 AM

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Emily Arbuthnott awarded PAC-12 Women's Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year (4.16 GPA, Economics). The award is established to honor collegiate student-athletes that are standouts both academically and in their sports discipline. In order to be eligible for the Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, student-athletes must be a senior (in athletics eligibility), on track to receive a degree, have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, participate in at least 50 percent of the scheduled contests in the sport and have a minimum one year in residence at the institution.

List of Emily's accolades in the link below

pac-12.com/article/2021/04/30/stanfords-arbuthnott-named-pac-12-womens-tennis-scholar-athlete-year

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cya wrote:

www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-men/article/2021-05-04/2021-ncaa-division-i-mens-tennis-championships-singles-and-doubles-selections.

The NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams that will compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships.

The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, after the conclusion of the team championship

Brits Mens featuring in singles

Alastair Gray TCU (seeded 13)
James Davis Denver
Millen Hurrion Kentucky
Johannus Monday Tennessee (seeded 8)
Hamish Stewart Tulane
Connor Thomson South Carolina

Brits Mens in doubles

Alastair Gray Luc Fomba TCU
Will Davies Oliver Okonkwo Iowa
Finn Murgett Tad Maclean Auburn
David Stevenson Oscar Cutting Memphis
Emile Hudd Matej Vocel Oklahoma State
Daniel Rodrigues Connor Thomson South Carolina
Hamish Stewart Ewan Moore Tulane



-- Edited by cya on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 12:12:37 AM


Thanks for these cya. Looking at the rankings list on the previous page, James Davis stood out as he didnt appear in the top 125, is that a surprise?

also Arthur Fery missed out sadly from 63rd ranking - many of us not in the know probably have heard of him more than others, so that was possibly disappointing? 



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cya wrote:

www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-women/article/2021-05-04/2021-ncaa-di-womens-tennis-championships-singles-and-doubles-selections-announced

Women's link above.

Brits Women

Megan Davies South Carolina
Bronte Murgett Missouri
Indianna Spink Arkansas

Angelica Blake from Stanford is an alternate

Female Brits in doubles draw selection 

Mia HorvitMegan DaviesSouth Carolina

Alternate doubles

Bronte Murgett Marta Oliveira Missouri
Holly Staff Anna Ross Vanderbilt



-- Edited by cya on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 12:28:34 AM


 Thanks will follow with interest - by the way are Bronte and Finn Murgett related ?



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JonH comes home wrote:
cya wrote:

www.ncaa.com/news/tennis-men/article/2021-05-04/2021-ncaa-division-i-mens-tennis-championships-singles-and-doubles-selections.

The NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams that will compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships.

The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, after the conclusion of the team championship

Brits Mens featuring in singles

Alastair Gray TCU (seeded 13)
James Davis Denver
Millen Hurrion Kentucky
Johannus Monday Tennessee (seeded 8)
Hamish Stewart Tulane
Connor Thomson South Carolina

Brits Mens in doubles

Alastair Gray Luc Fomba TCU
Will Davies Oliver Okonkwo Iowa
Finn Murgett Tad Maclean Auburn
David Stevenson Oscar Cutting Memphis
Emile Hudd Matej Vocel Oklahoma State
Daniel Rodrigues Connor Thomson South Carolina
Hamish Stewart Ewan Moore Tulane



-- Edited by cya on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 12:12:37 AM


Thanks for these cya. Looking at the rankings list on the previous page, James Davis stood out as he didnt appear in the top 125, is that a surprise?

also Arthur Fery missed out sadly from 63rd ranking - many of us not in the know probably have heard of him more than others, so that was possibly disappointing? 


 My bad,  missed James Davis out , he's actually ranked 94. He got in based on the automatic qualification rule for conferences with one or more eligible singles players in the Top 125. 

Yes a tad disappointing this year for Arthur , but he's a freshman so has more time to prove himself , improve his ranking etc 

 

And Finn & Bronte are brother and sister . Bronte is older 



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cya wrote:

Emily Arbuthnott awarded PAC-12 Women's Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year (4.16 GPA, Economics). The award is established to honor collegiate student-athletes that are standouts both academically and in their sports discipline. In order to be eligible for the Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, student-athletes must be a senior (in athletics eligibility), on track to receive a degree, have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, participate in at least 50 percent of the scheduled contests in the sport and have a minimum one year in residence at the institution.

List of Emily's accolades in the link below

pac-12.com/article/2021/04/30/stanfords-arbuthnott-named-pac-12-womens-tennis-scholar-athlete-year


 Mega well done to her, our little Duracell Bunny player, AND dead smart too (love the fact you need a grade-point average of 3.0 and she's got 4.16 !) 

(PS Finn Murgett is one of the most 'badly behaved' players I've seen on a court - NOT in terms of cheating, not saying that, but hysterics, screaming, shouting, the full Am-dram works. DO hope he's grown out of it. On the other hand, quite enjoyed watching Bronte's tennis - she's pretty tiny, from recollection, but had some interesting shots) 



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Wednesday 5th of May 2021 07:35:26 AM

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Anyone know what happened to Serena Nash ? She went to college at the same time as Holly H and Emily Arb, but I haven't seen her name anywhere for ages.

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Yes, good ask. Serena and Gemma Heath were two players I really liked to watch.

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