Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by TopDawg, Jan 12, 2013.
Your prediction is looking pretty good. Nik Scholtz not playing today.
NC State and Virginia Tech tied at 3. #6 singles deep in a 3rd set
I would expect Bond to pull that out, though I hope not.
Cal beats Oregon 4-3
Stanford about to take out Washington
Good to see Bond blow it. That's a big win for VT. Gives them a chance at NCAA now.
Florida close to finishing off Ole Miss.
Texas A&M puts someone different at 5 and 6 every week. This week they have Minavi and Angus. Szabo has been struggling lately and I'm not sure what's up with Withrow.
Ole Miss isn't a team that can afford to have one of their top 4 out and still win especially when that person out is Scholtz. Good win for Florida though.
Why was Scholtz not playing? Injury?
South Africa Davis Cup? From the Website I can't see that he is there. But maybe he's an alternate. http://www.daviscup.com/en/draws-results/tie/details.aspx?tieId=100019516
It said on the Ole Miss blog that he had an inflammation of the elbow
Oklahoma took the doubles point over Texas and has taken 4 1st sets.
Oklahoma rolls over Texas looks like it'll be a 5-2 final. Auburn about to take out Texas A&M 4-3. Texas Tech leads Tulsa 3-0
Lukas Ollert clinches it for Auburn by breaking Shane Vinsant to take it 6-4 in the 3rd. Ollert led 5-2 in the 3rd and let Vinsant get it back on serve before getting the break. Disappointing loss for A&M.
what was the most surprising result today to you TopDawg? I'm pretty surprised that Auburn beat Texas A&M. Especially Adams losing to Lengsfield
Nice to see Slim Hamza back on track with a good win over Puget. Hamza is a top 50 player in the nation, he needs to be there.
Big win for Stanford. They have a shot at the NCAA tournament now.
A&M losing to Auburn was the biggest surprise to me too. I knew Auburn was good in doubles but I'm surprised that Adams or Vinsant couldn't pull one out in singles.
The Ole Miss loss wasn't too surprising with Scholtz out. Louisville upsetting VCU wasn't a stunner because you knew that Louisville was better than that 7-0 loss to Texas Tech.
I was surprised that Duke and Georgia won as easily as they did. I thought both Clemson and LSU would take them to the wire.
Louisville is a tricky team to figure out. They are a very mental group and either get really high or really down.
Tulsa comes back from 3-0 down to beat Texas Tech 4-3. Every court was straight sets.
wasn't Dias up 4-1 in the 2nd vs De Klerk?
Cinderella story starts now
Stanford getting better and better with each win. Cinderella, the Dance is about to begin.
guess who is unhappy tonight?
a realistic post, feddie, good work
they're definitely getting better, and yes, today probably put them in fair shape for an ncaa bid - one more good win vs cal or pepperdine would firm things up so they don't have to worry, i'd think
if they play like they did today, they may pull a first rd minor upset as a 3 seed vs 2 seed in their ncaa regional - find it tough to think of a top 16 overall seed that would be hosting a regional that they could beat, however, to earn their trip to illinois
#28 Illinois at #34 Michigan – Noon est – Livestats&Video - Michigan 5-2
#29 Northwestern at #49 Michigan State – Noon est – Livestats - Michigan St 5-2
#1 Virginia at #25 Wake Forest – Noon est – Livestats - Virginia 6-1
#8 Kentucky at #14 Vanderbilt – 1pm est/Noon cst – Livestats - Vandy 4-2
#10 Pepperdine at Portland – 2pm est/11am pst – No Live Scoring - Pepperdine 5-1
#47 Stanford at #44 Oregon – 3:30pm est/12:30pm pst – Livestats - Oregon 4-3
#21 Cal at #30 Washington – 4pm est/1pm pst - Livestats & Live Video of Court1 - Cal 5-2
#75 Utah at #3 USC – 4pm est/1pm pst – Livestats - USC 5-2
#71 Arizona at #2 UCLA – 4pm est/1pm pst – Livestats - UCLA 7-0
Heard that Withrow is struggling with an ongoing injury and that Szabo was injured today. They are the regular 5 and 6 for A&M. Withrows injury has been a problem for a while.
I'm going to pick MSU to upset Northwestern. Get wins at doubles,1,4 and one other
I like Michigan State too about the same places. Pfister, Mullane, and maybe Linders.
Stanford/Oregon and Cal/Washington are both tossups. I think whoever wins doubles wins those matches.
I'd be shocked if cal lost to UW
Big win for Adam "broski" Lee over Styslinger.
And sparty wins 5-2, I am not sure who turned up for msu against Indiana but they were dire, must have just been a very bad day for them. Indiana cruises against Iowa although #1 doubles had some controversy.
Vandy takes out Kentucky 4-2.
1. No. 17 Ryan Lipman (VU) def. No. 18 Anthony Rossi (UK) 3-6, 6-4, 6-1
2. No. 62 Gonzales Austin (VU) def. No. 24 Tom Jomby (UK) 3-6, 7-5, 6-2
3. Jeff Offerdahl (VU) vs. Charles Minc (UK) 6-4, 3-6, 3-2, unfinished
4. Marc van der Merwe (VU) def. Grant Roberts (UK) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3
5. Kris Yee (VU) def. Kevin Lai (UK) 7-5, 6-4
6. Beck Pennington (UK) def. Anton Kovrigin (VU) 6-1, 6-4
1. No. 19 Jomby/Lai (UK) def. Austin/Eswaran (VU) 8-2
2. Johnson/van der Merwe (VU) vs. Roberts/Rossi (UK) 5-6, unfinished
3. Hirooka/Pennington (UK) def. Lipman/Yee (VU) 8-3
Order of finish
Stanford loses to Oregon 4-3. 1st time Oregon had ever beat Stanford. Cardinal were without Nolan Paige.
#1: John Morrissey (Stanford) def. Robin Cambier 6-3 6-4
#2: Jeff Mullen (ORE) def. Maciek Romanowicz 6-3 6-3
#3: Daan Maasland (ORE) def. Robert Stineman 6-4 7-6 (5)
#4: Alex Rovello (ORE) def. Daniel Ho 6-1 7-5
#5: Trey Strobel (Stanford) def. Daniel Sardu 6-7 (3) 6-2 6-3
#6: Aaron Clissold (ORE) def. Jamin Ball 6-0 7-5
#1: Morrissey/Lin (Stanford) def. Cambier/Mullen 8-3
#2: Stineman/Romanowicz (Stanford) def. Sardu/Clissold 8-6
#3: Rovello/Maasland (ORE) def. Ball/Ho 8-2
Jomby? Go figure
There isn't a team in the country with more drastic results than a win over Vanderbilt and a loss vs Western Michigan.
Memphis hammers Louisville on a neutral court in Richmond, VA 4-0 without losing a set. Louisville beat #24 VCU yesterday 4-2. Memphis plays VCU tomorrow.
If Scholtz doesn't play tomorrow, which it sounds like he won't, Ole Miss may be in trouble.
Wisconsin at Penn State - 11am est - Livestats - Penn State 4-2
North Carolina at #19 Clemson – 11am est – Livestats - Clemson 6-1
#9 Duke at Georgia Tech – Noon est – Livestats - Duke 5-2
#37 Minnesota at #5 Ohio State – Noon est – Livestats - Ohio State 7-0
#13 Mississippi State at #17 Florida – Noon est – Livestats - Miss St 4-3
#46 Memphis at #24 VCU – Noon est – Livestats - Memphis 4-3
Iowa at #63 Purdue - Noon est - Livestats - Purdue 6-1
Nebraska at #69 Indiana - Noon est - Livestats - Indiana 6-1
#55 Virginia Tech at #25 Wake Forest – Noon est – Livestats - Wake 5-2
#28 Illinois at #49 Michigan State – Noon est – Livestats - Illinois 4-3
#29 Northwestern at #34 Michigan – Noon est – Livestats - Michigan 6-1
#1 Virginia at #36 NC State – 1pm est – Livestats - UVA 7-0
#15 Baylor at #38 Texas Tech – 2pm est/1pm cst – Livestats - Baylor 6-1
#20 South Carolina at #7 Ole Miss – 2pm est/1pm cst – Livestats & Ole Miss Blog - Ole Miss 4-2
#4 Georgia at #53 Arkansas – 2pm est/1pm cst – Livestats & Arky Blog - Georgia 4-1
#12 Texas A&M at #35 Alabama – 2pm est/1pm cst – Livestats - aTm 4-1
#6 Tennessee at #32 LSU – 1:30 pm est/12:30 pm cst – Livestats & UT Blog - LSU 4-3
#33 TCU at #11 Oklahoma – 2pm est/1pm cst – Livestats - OU 7-0
#16 Texas at Oklahoma State – 2pm est/1pm cst – No Live Scoring - Texas 7-0
Looks like Nevada/Pacific was a pretty tight one. Tiebreak to decide doubles and lots of 3rd sets
GT top 3 giving Duke fits
Stanford needs to win out the rest of the season if they are going to Illinois. It is still Possible
I don't think it's that bad. A win over Pepperdine or Cal might be enough to get them to the tournament with the win over UDub. Can't lose to any of the 70-ish ranked team though.
Still going to have to beat a Top 16 seed on their home court to get to Illinois though. No shot of hosting the first two rounds.
If Segura can win this breaker shockingly GT will have a legit chance to win.
Sholtz is playing singles, per livestats, after Gamecocks took the doubles point.
Looks like he's taking one for the team. Down 4-0.
LSU with 4 1st sets against Tennessee. Florida looking strong against Mississippi State.
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