1993 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships

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1993 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships
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DateMay 16–20, 1993
Edition12th
LocationGainesville, Florida
VenueLinder Stadium
University of Florida
Champions
Women's Singles
Lisa Raymond
(Florida)
Women's Doubles
Alix Creek / Michelle Oldham
(Arizona)
← 1992 · NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships · 1994 →

The 1993 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships were the 12th annual championships to determine the national champions of NCAA Division I women's singles, doubles, and team collegiate tennis in the United States, held from May 16–20, 1993 in Gainesville, Florida.[1]

Host[edit]

This year's tournaments were hosted by the University of Florida at the Ring Tennis Complex in Gainesville, Florida. This was the third time the Gators hosted the women's championships (1989 and 1990).

The men's and women's NCAA tennis championships would not be held jointly until 2006.

Team tournament[edit]

  First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship
                                               
       
  Duke 5  
    Clemson 0  
Clemson 5
Kansas 3  
  Duke 3  
  Texas 5  
       
       
  Texas 5
    USC 1  
     
       
  Texas 5  
  Florida 4  
       
       
  Florida 5
    BYU 0  
BYU 5
Virginia 3  
  Florida 5
  Arizona State 1  
       
       
  Arizona State 5
    UCLA 1  
     
       
  Texas 5
  Stanford 2


       
  California 5  
    Ole Miss 2  
Ole Miss 5
San Diego State 3  
  California 2  
  Arizona 5  
       
       
  Arizona 5
    Pepperdine 4  
     
       
  Arizona 1
  Stanford 5  
       
       
  Stanford 5
    Notre Dame 0  
Notre Dame 5
Alabama 0  
  Stanford 5
  Georgia 1  
       
       
  Georgia 5
    Indiana 3  
     

See also[edit]

  • NCAA Division II Tennis Championships (Men, Women)
  • NCAA Division III Tennis Championships (Men, Women)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved April 20, 2017.

External links[edit]