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Women's Tennis: ITA Rankings - ColoradoTree - 01-13-2021

We don't know whether there will be a Stanford women's tennis season this year--ITA Kick-Off Weekend will proceed without us, and there's no schedule--but we do have the first ITA rankings of the year! Singles and doubles are below (we didn't have any newcomers in the Top 10), and the team rankings come out tomorrow.

Singles

#10 Michaela Gordon
#58 Angelica Blake
#63 Emily Arbuthnott
#114 Janice Shin

Doubles

#9 Arbuthnott/Blake
#32 Choy/Higuchi


RE: Women's Tennis: ITA Rankings - BobK - 01-13-2021

Thanks for keeping us informed. One would think this sport could be played at Stanford
But we await


RE: Women's Tennis: ITA Rankings - ColoradoTree - 01-13-2021

(01-13-2021, 10:29 AM)BobK Wrote:  Thanks for keeping us informed.  One would think this sport could be played at Stanford
But we await

Agreed, though I am certainly sensitive to the arguments that it's less about the sport itself (since it's about as safe a sport to play in a respiratory pandemic as can be imagined, with certain safeguards in place) and more about the travel and further exposures that take place in the leadup to holding the match itself, particularly where matches may take place between schools located in areas with very different approaches in response to the pandemic. 

But it's doable.


RE: Women's Tennis: ITA Rankings - ColoradoTree - 01-14-2021

Team rankings came out today and Stanford is #4, around where I would've expected. 

UNC is #1, as they should be, and UCLA is rightfully #2. Then it's Texas, us, Pepperdine, Duke, Georgia, N.C. State, Florida State, and UVA. No quarrel with that--we're not quite at UNC/UCLA's level, but we're still a Top 5 team.

Elsewhere in the conference, USC is #17, Cal is #19, and ASU is #20.  

Oh, and the men's team is ranked #5, so if there's a season, Taube could be an exciting place to be on campus this spring/summer.


RE: Women's Tennis: ITA Rankings - oldalum - 01-14-2021

the ITA also ranks 10 "newcomers" which I assume means frosh. No respect for our 2 frosh, Geller and Houghton.
(but the men got #1 and #4 newcomers)