- NCAA Women's Tennis Championship
The NCAA Women's Tennis Championship is the National Collegiate Athletic Association's tennis tournament to determine the Team Championships, Singles Championships, and Doubles Championships in Women's Tennis. It was started in 1982.
2009 Division tournament
After two rounds, Round of 16: (May 15 at Texas A&M) – Northwestern (27-1) vs. Fresno St. (24-5); California (19-4) vs. Georgia Tech (18-7); Baylor (26-4) vs. Stanford (19-4); Notre Dame (26-4) vs. Clemson (19-7); UCLA (19-6) vs. Miami (Fla.) (25-4); Arkansas (15-7) vs. Duke (25-3); South Carolina (16-10) vs. Washington (18-7); Florida (16-9) vs. Georgia (25-2).
Winners in the Round of 16 were: No. 4 Baylor, (8) California, (3) Duke, (6) Miami (FL), Northwestern, (5) Notre Dame, (2) Georgia, South Carolina.
Final Four teams are: No. 3 Duke, which defeated No. 6 Miami (FL), 4-1; No. 2 Georgia, defeated South Carolina, 4-3; No. 8 California, defeated No. 1 Northwestern; No. 5 Notre Dame, defeated No. 4 Baylor. Duke will play Georgia and California will play Notre Dame in the semifinals on Monday, May 18, 2009.
Championship Match teams are: No. 3 Duke, which defeated No. 2 Georgia, 5-2, and No. 8 California, which defeated No. 5 Notre Dame, 4-2, making one Pacific-10 conference team in both the men's and women's finals.
In the championship match, Duke swept California, 4-0, to win its first ever team national championship.
Division I winners
Year Team champion Singles champion Doubles champions 1982 Stanford Alycia Moulton, Stanford Heather Ludloff and Lynn Lewis, UCLA 1983 Southern California Beth Herr, Southern California Louise Allen and Gretchen Rush, Trinity (Tex.) 1984 Stanford Lisa Spain, Georgia Elise Burgin and Linda Gates, Stanford 1985 Southern California Linda Gates, Stanford Leigh Ann Eldredge and Linda Gates, Stanford 1986 Stanford Patty Fendick, Stanford Lise Gregory and Ronni Reis, Miami (Fla.) 1987 Stanford Patty Fendick, Stanford Katrina Adams and Diane Donnelly, Northwestern 1988 Stanford Shaun Stafford, Florida Allyson Cooper and Stella Sampras, UCLA 1989 Stanford Sandra Birch, Stanford Jackie Holden and Claire Pollard, Mississippi St. 1990 Stanford Debbie Graham, Stanford Meredith McGrath and Teri Whitlinger, Stanford 1991 Stanford Sandra Birch, Stanford Jillian Alexander and Nicole Arendt, Florida 1992 Florida Lisa Raymond, Florida Mamie Ceniza and Iwalani McCalla, UCLA 1993 Texas Lisa Raymond, Florida Alix Creek and Michelle Oldham, Arizona 1994 Georgia Angela Lettiere, Georgia Rebecca Jensen and Nora Koves, Kansas 1995 Texas Keri Phebus, UCLA Keri Phebus and Susie Starrett, UCLA 1996 Florida Jill Craybas, Florida Dawn Buth and Stephanie Nickitas, Florida 1997 Stanford Lilia Osterloh, Stanford Dawn Buth and Stephanie Nickitas, Florida 1998 Florida Vanessa Webb, Duke Amanda Augustus and Amy Jensen, California 1999 Stanford Zuzana Lesenarova, San Diego Amanda Augustus and Amy Jensen, California 2000 Georgia Laura Granville, Stanford Claire Curran and Amy Jensen, California 2001 Stanford Laura Granville, Stanford Whitney Laiho and Jessica Lehnhoff, Florida 2002 Stanford Bea Bielik, Wake Forest Lauren Kalvaria and Gabriela Lastra, Stanford 2003 Florida Amber Liu, Stanford Christina Fusano and Raquel Kops-Jones,
2004 Stanford Amber Liu, Stanford Daniela Bercek and Lauren Fisher, UCLA 2005 Stanford Zuzana Zemenova, Baylor Alice Barnes and Erin Burdette, Stanford 2006 Stanford Suzi Babos, California Cristelle Grier and Alexis Prousis, Northwestern 2007 Georgia Tech Audra Cohen, Miami Sara Anundsen and Jenna Long, North Carolina 2008 UCLA Amanda McDowell, Georgia Tech Tracey Lin and Riza Zalameda, UCLA 2009 Duke Mallory Cecil, Duke Mari Andersson and Jana Juricova, California 2010 Stanford Chelsey Gullickson, Georgia Hilary Barte and Lindsay Burdette, Stanford 2011 Florida Jana Juricova, California Hilary Barte and Mallory Burdette, Stanford
Division II – Team Champions
- 2000 BYU-Hawaii
- 2001 Lynn
- 2002 BYU-Hawaii
- 2003 BYU-Hawaii
- 2004 BYU-Hawaii
- 2005 Armstrong Atlantic
- 2006 BYU-Hawaii
- 2007 BYU-Hawaii
- 2008 Armstrong Atlantic
- 2009 Armstrong Atlantic
- 2010 Armstrong Atlantic
- 2011 Barry
Division III – Team Champions
National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA Division I sports
Institutions • Athletic Directors • Baseball (Championship, CWS) • Basketball (Men, Women) • Women's Bowling • Boxing • Cross Country (Men, Women) • Fencing (Championship) • Women's Field Hockey • Football (FBS / BCS, FCS) • Golf (Men, Women) • Gymnastics (Men, Women) • Ice Hockey (Men, Women) • Lacrosse (Men, Women) • Rifle • Rowing (Women's Championship) • Skiing • Soccer (Men, Women) • Softball (Championship, CWS) • Swimming & Diving (Men, Women) • Tennis (Men, Women) • Track & Field (Men's Indoor & Outdoor, Women's Indoor & Outdoor) • Volleyball (Men, Women) • Water Polo (Men, Women) • Wrestling (Championship)
Division II Division III
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