NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship

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NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships
NCAA logo.svg
Sport College tennis
Founded 1982
No. of teams 64
Country United States
Most recent champion(s) Team: Stanford (17)
Singles: Nicole Gibbs, Stanford
Doubles: Kaitlyn Christian and Sabrina Santamaria, USC
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship is the National Collegiate Athletic Association's tennis tournament to determine the Team Championships, Singles Championships, and Doubles Championships for women's tennis athletes from Division I institutions. Tennis was one of twelve women's sports added to the NCAA championship program for the 1981-82 school year, as the NCAA engaged in battle with the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women for sole governance of women's collegiate sports. The AIAW continued to conduct its established championship program in the same twelve (and other) sports; however, after a year of dual women's championships, the NCAA conquered the AIAW and usurped its authority and membership.[1]

Summary[edit]

NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship
Year Site Team Championship Singles Champion Doubles Champion
Champion Score Runner-up
1982
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Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Stanford 6–3 UCLA Alycia Moulton
(Stanford)
Heather Ludloff / Lynn Lewis
(UCLA)
1983
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New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
USC 8–1 Trinity (TX) Beth Herr
(USC)
Louise Allen / Gretchen Rush
(Trinity–TX)
1984
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California
Los Angeles, CA
Stanford (2) 6–0 USC Lisa Spain
(Georgia)
Elise Burgin / Linda Gates
(Stanford)
1985
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Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK
USC (2) 6–3 Miami (FL) Linda Gates
(Stanford)
Leigh Ann Eldredge / Linda Gates
(Stanford)
1986
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Texas
Austin, TX
Stanford (3) 5–4 USC Patty Fendick
(Stanford)
Lise Gregory / Ronni Reis
(Miami–FL)
1987
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California
Los Angeles, CA
Stanford (4) 5–1 Georgia Patty Fendick (2)
(Stanford)
Katrina Adams / Diane Donnelly
(Northwestern)
1988
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California
Los Angeles, CA
Stanford (5) 5–2 Florida Shaun Stafford
(Florida)
Allyson Cooper / Stella Sampras
(UCLA)
1989
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Florida
Gainesville, FL
Stanford (6) 5–0 UCLA Sandra Birch
(Stanford)
Jackie Holden / Claire Pollard
(Mississippi State)
1990
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Florida
Gainesville, FL
Stanford (7) 5–1 Florida Debbie Graham
(Stanford)
Meredith McGrath / Teri Whitlinger
(Stanford)
1991
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California
Stanford, CA
Stanford (8) 5–1 UCLA Sandra Birch,
(Stanford)
Jillian Alexander / Nicole Arendt
(Florida)
1992
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California
Stanford, CA
Florida 5–3 Texas Lisa Raymond
(Florida)
Mamie Ceniza / Iwalani McCalla
(Florida)
1993
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Florida
Gainesville, FL
Texas 5–2 Florida Lisa Raymond (2)
(Florida)
Alix Creek / Michelle Oldham
(Arizona)
1994
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Georgia 5–4 Stanford Angela Lettiere
(Georgia)
Rebecca Jensen / Nora Koves
(Kansas)
1995
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California
Malibu, CA
Texas (2) 5–4 Florida Keri Phebus
(UCLA)
Keri Phebus / Susie Starrett
(UCLA)
1996
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Florida
Tallahassee, FL
Florida (2) 5–2 Stanford Jill Craybas
(Florida)
Dawn Buth / Stephanie Nickitas
(Florida)
1997
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California
Stanford, CA
Stanford (9) 5–1 Florida Lilia Osterloh
(Stanford)
Dawn Buth / Stephanie Nickitas
(Florida)
1998
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Indiana
South Bend, IN
Florida (3) 5–1 Duke Vanessa Webb
(Duke)
Amanda Augustus / Amy Jensen
(California)
1999
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Florida
Gainesville, FL
Stanford (10) 5–2 Florida Zuzana Lesenarova
(San Diego)
Amanda Augustus / Amy Jensen
(California)
2000
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California
Malibu, CA
Georgia (2) 5–4 Stanford Laura Granville
(Stanford)
Claire Curran / Amy Jensen
(California)
2001
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Atlanta, GA
Stanford (11) 4–0 Vanderbilt Laura Granville (2)
(Stanford)
Whitney Laiho / Jessica Lehnhoff
(Florida)
2002
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California
Stanford, CA
Stanford (12) 4–1 Florida Bea Bielik
(Wake Forest)
Lauren Kalvaria / Gabriela Lastra
(Stanford)
2003
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Florida
Gainesville, FL
Florida (4) 4–3 Stanford Amber Liu
(Stanford)
Christina Fusano / Raquel Kops-Jones
(California)
2004
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Stanford (13) 4–1 UCLA Amber Liu (2)
(Stanford)
Daniela Bercek / Lauren Fisher
(UCLA)
2005
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Stanford (14) 4–0 Texas Zuzana Zemenova
(Baylor)
Alice Barnes / Erin Burdette
(Stanford)
2006
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California
Stanford, CA
Stanford (15) 4–1 Miami (FL) Suzi Babos
(California)
Cristelle Grier / Alexis Prousis
(Northwestern)
2007
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Georgia Tech 4–2 UCLA Audra Cohen
(Miami–FL)
Sara Anundsen / Jenna Long
(North Carolina)
2008
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Oklahoma
Tulsa, OK
UCLA 4–0 California Amanda McDowell
(Georgia Tech)
Tracey Lin / Riza Zalameda
(UCLA)
2009
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Texas
College Station, TX
Duke 4–0 California Mallory Cecil
(Duke)
Mari Andersson / Jana Juricova
(California)
2010
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Stanford (16) 4–3 Florida Chelsey Gullickson
(Georgia)
Hilary Barte / Lindsay Burdette
(Stanford)
2011
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California
Stanford, CA
Florida (5) 4–3 Stanford Jana Juricova
(California)
Hilary Barte / Mallory Burdette
(Stanford)
2012
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
Florida (6) 4–0 UCLA Nicole Gibbs
(Stanford)
Mallory Burdette / Nicole Gibbs
(Stanford)
2013
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Illinois
Urbana, IL
Stanford (17) 4–3 Texas A&M Nicole Gibbs (2)
(Stanford)
Kaitlyn Christian / Sabrina Santamaria
(USC)
2014
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
UCLA (2) 4–3 UNC Danielle Collins
(Virginia)
Maya Jansen / Erin Routliffe
(Alabama)
2015
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Texas
Waco, TX
2016
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Oklahoma
Tulsa, OK
2017
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Georgia (U.S. state)
Athens, GA
2018
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North Carolina
Winston-Salem, NC

Teams listed by titles[edit]

School Titles Years
Duke 1 2009
Florida 6 1992, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2011, 2012
Georgia 2 1994, 2000
Georgia Tech 1 2007
Stanford 17 1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2013
Texas 2 1993, 1995
UCLA 2 2008, 2014
Southern California 2 1983, 1985

Notes[edit]

  • 2014 – Robin Anderson (UCLA) was named the Tournament's Most Outstanding Player

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