Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by TopDawg, Jan 12, 2013.
3-2 Giron serving up the mini break
5-2 Giron....Gomez to serve
6-2 Giron - Gomez stilll serving
Giron takes it 7-3 -- Bruins win 4-3
UCLA 4 USC 3
Sarmiento (USC) def. Novikov (UCLA) 6-4 6-3
Giron (UCLA) def. Gomez (USC) 4-6 7-5 7-6 (3)
Puget (UCLA) def. Quiroz (USC) 6-3 6-2
Hanfmann (USC) def. Thompson (UCLA) 3-6 6-2 6-0
Mkrtchian (UCLA) def. De Vroome (USC) 4-6 7-6 (3) 6-3
Johnson (USC) def. Sell (UCLA) 6-1 4-6 6-4
Gomez was broken serving for the match up 5-3.
Looks like Oregon-Washington will be determined by who wins two matches out of three at the 3-4-5 positions.
Washington going to pull it out 4-3 or 5-2 but Oregon didn't roll over. Very admirable showing by the Ducks.
Puget must of been quite upset about his match-clinching loss at NTI's. He threw Quiroz a beating today!
Video of #3 doubles from today's UCLA/USC match.
Picks up with Gomez serving down 1-4.
Crazy to think that the LA teams could face each other 3 more times. That's too many times.
I thought Oregon would give Washington a good match and they did. Too bad Cambier could not hold onto the match after winning the first set 6-0.
so far this year we're at the final match,final set tie-breaker ,to decides which team wins... not too too exciting ? ... I wish I can be there for all of them..
So, basically USC and UCLA are completely even. Seriously, looking at the box scores of the two matches, there's absolutely nothing between them. Any match is a 4-3 tossup.
Good for both teams though cause competing with all that intensity makes them both better. Most other regular season matches aren't competitive for either of these teams. Good for us fans cause it's exciting tennis. Bring 'em on.
all the doubles are 1 & 1
Max De Vroome
Baylor took the doubles point over Florida.
Ohio St rolling over Notre Dame as expected.
4-3 Baylor over Florida, as Zsiga and Lenz pull out third sets at #4 and #2 in the last two matches on the court.
Good that Baylor got that win because they would have dropped very low in computers. They had no quality win before that.
The Lenz/Diep match was 3 hours and 13 minutes long and the Zsiga/Alford match went for 2 hours and 47 minutes. Couple of long ones.
Purdue let this one slip away.
Here is a clip from the Purdue write up: The Razorbacks clinched the win with an exciting and controversial match at No. 5. Dujovne took the first set, 6-3, over Victor Hoang. In the second, the two were tied at six and went to a tiebreaker. Dujovne controlled the tiebreak and had a match point at 6-4 when the controversy came. Dujovne called a ball out that was challenged by Hoang. The line judge overruled Dujovne, something that had happened several times earlier in the match for both players. The overrule therefore was charged as a game penalty to Dujovne, so despite the fact that he was up 6-4, he lost the tiebreak and the set. Hoang then edged the Purdue junior in the third set, 7-5, to clinch the win for the Razorbacks.
The final match on the court was one of the closest matches that will ever be played. Krocsko hung on to the first set with a 7-6 (13). In the second set, Fess did a role reversal. He took the set from Krocsko, 7-6 (6). In the third set, after more than three and a half hours in the singles match, Krocsko hung on to win, 7-6 (11), to make the final score 4-3.
Arkansas 4, Purdue 3
1: Acosta/Dujovne (PUR) unfinished Nott/Jeske (ARK) 7-7
2: Lehmann/Ward (ARK) def. Krocsko/Tatarczyk (PUR) 8-7 (2)
3: Fess/Munoz (ARK) def. Poziomski/Kovacs 8-6
Order of Finish: 3,2*
1: Szymon Tatarczyk (PUR) def. Gregoire Lehmann (ARK) 6-4, 6-2
2: Manfred Jeske (ARK) def. Mark Kovacs (PUR) 6-4, 0-6, 6-3
3: Evan Hawkins (PUR) def. Mike Ward (ARK) 6-3, 6-3
4: Mike Nott (ARK) def. Diego Acosta (PUR) 6-4, 6-2
5: Victor Hoang (ARK) def. Aaron Dujovne (PUR) 3-6, 7-6, 7-5
6: Krisztian Krocsko (PUR) def. Hall Fess (ARK) 7-6, 6-7, 7-6
Order of Finish: 3,1,4,2,5*,6
why is nobody updating the ITA results page this weekend? Not many results have appeared.
that Arkansas Purdue match must have been insane. Overrule on match point. Go from that to losing the set.
Alford has the kind of game that can drag out tight matches
Oklahoma/Texas A&M is the top match of the day though the Indiana/Vandy, Va Tech/Louisville, and South Carolina/VCU should all be close too. Cal/Stanford could be a good one too - all depends on which Stanford team shows up.
#24 LSU at #4 Ohio State – Noon est. – LiveStats & LiveVideo
Furman at #8 Georgia - 1pm est - LiveBlog & LiveStats & LiveVideo
#7 Pepperdine at #29 Florida State (IMG-Bradenton, FL) – 1pm est. – LiveStats & LiveVideo
#47 Middle Tennessee State at #11 Mississippi State - LiveStats
#30 Indiana at #33 Vanderbilt – 1pm est/Noon cst. – LiveStats
#38 Louisville at #49 Virginia Tech – 1pm est. – LiveStats
#48 South Carolina at #34 VCU – 1pm est. – No Live Stats
UT Chattanooga at #22 North Carolina - 1pm est - LiveStats
#66 Georgia Tech at #21 Auburn – 2pm est./1pm cst. – LiveStats
#8 Oklahoma at #14 Texas A&M – 2pm est./1pm cst. – LiveStats/Video
St. Mary's at #3 UCLA - 3pm est/Noon pst - LiveStats
#28 Stanford at #12 Cal – 4pm est./1pm pst. – LiveVideo
FSU vs Pepperdine has 2 announcers on court 1.
MTSU and Miss St doubles point comes down to #3 doubles.
LSU dropped Borsos down to #3 and he just dropped the 1st set to McCarthy. Looks like a 7-0 Ohio State rout.
Simpson giving Kobelt a match though. 2nd straight "lesser" opponent that Kobelt has struggled with.
Cotrone with the white guy dreads. Awesome. I like this guy.
Is that Bollettieri himself announcing on court 1?
Virginia Tech took the doubles point over Louisville
I think it is. Looks like the usual result from Pepperdine at 5 and 6. Moush down to 6 and still getting worked.
Indiana and Vandy in a tight one. Tied at 1 with several 3rd sets coming up. Austin just took the 2nd set breaker over Monette 7-3. Monette with a lot of loose errors at the net
Are you there dawg? My livescore browser is very slow.
Yes, Vandy up on most courts. Vander Merwe up 2-0 in 3rd at 4
indiana has lost at 6 singles to everyone so that seems a lock for Vandy, a few others need to step up.
2. Monette just broken and down 1-3, Austin serving
3. MacTaggert serving 1-2 in the 3rd
4. Tasic serving 1-2 in 3rd
5. Yee up 5-0 in 3rd
6. Kovrigin serving up 3-2
Monette broke back but Tasic double faulted and is now down a break
Whats the story on 5, meltdown?
MacT broke and is serving up 3-2, Tasic serving at 1-4
Not relevant yet almost is, Indiana women just fell apart on the deciding 7th against a much higher ranked Notre Dame.
Monette broke Austin again and is now serving up 4-3. Your guy at 5 is receiving at 3-5 was down 0-5
Could come down to 6 possibly, not a great prospect though its close if my feed is up to date
Monette serving at 4-5 to stay in it
Tough loss for IU
It is but thats how it goes, the same guys cant win consistently which is why we have no one ranked at all in singles. Monette has a ton of potential, just needs to get a bit fitter and already he looks more in shape than in January.
Thanks for the updates dawg.
Oklahoma dominating Texas A&M. St. Mary's putting up some fight at two or three spots against UCLA.
Jesse Kiuru of St. Mary's beats Dennis Novikov 6-3, 6-3. Kiuru is part of the Maryland Diaspora, along with Vlad Stefan at Michigan and John Collins at Tennessee.
Auburn 6-1 over Georgia Tech. UCLA 5-1 over St. Mary's, with 6-1 looming as Ryoto Tachi leads 7-5, 4-3 on #6.
So, Cal has video but no LiveStats for the Stanford match? No way to tell the overall score easily?
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