Conference All Star teams. Who would win?

Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by Clemson_tennis, Apr 19, 2011.

  1. Clemson_tennis

    Clemson_tennis Legend

    Feb 18, 2011
    Cedar City Utah
    I like throwing out these scenarios:

    Team ACC:
    1. Domijan
    2. Cunha
    3. Shabaz
    4. Carleton
    5. Gomez
    6. Hernandez

    Team Big Ten:
    1. Rola
    2. Nevolo
    3. Buchanan
    4. King
    5. Allare
    6. Jung

    Team Big 12:
    1. Peers
    2. Carvalho
    3. Krajicek
    4. Escobar
    5. Corrie
    6. Beleleu

    Team Pac 10:
    1. Johnson
    2. Klahn
    3. Zerbini
    4. Kosakowski
    5. Nguyen
    6. Thacher

    Team SEC:
    1. Quigley
    2. Williams
    3. Lacroix
    4. Smith
    5. Spencer
    6. Puetz

    Wildcard Team:
    1. Childs
    2. Harabtsiuk
    3. Fanselow
    4. Arevalo
    5. Jackson
    6. Kearney

    Looks like the SEC would be the deepest and the ACC the trongest at the top. Big Ten team is probably the weakest.
  2. ClarkC

    ClarkC Hall of Fame

    Jul 27, 2008
    Charlottesville, VA
    Carleton should move down to 6, and Nguyen and Thacher should swap spots, I think. Actually, Nguyen plays #3 for USC below Poldma.

    The ACC team would thrash the Pac-10 team, would edge the SEC team, and would beat the Big 10 and Big 12 teams.

    It would be interesting to see the top 3 doubles teams (not using the 6 singles players, just the 3 best existing teams) for each conference. That would be a strong lineup for each conference.
  3. Clemson_tennis

    Clemson_tennis Legend

    Feb 18, 2011
    Cedar City Utah
    The most salty individual lines would be Shabaz at 3, Smith at 4, Puetz at 6(remember this guy made the national semifinals last year).

    YeahI thought about putting Poldma in instead of Nguyen.

    You coud do the doubles Clark. :)
  4. Automator

    Automator Semi-Pro

    Oct 19, 2010
    Charlottesville, VA
    1: Courtney/Shabaz (UVA)
    2: Cunha/Carleton (Duke)
    3: Smith/Mirzadeh (FSU)

    Big Ten+
    1: Buchanan/Rola (OSU)
    2: Allare/Kobelt (OSU)
    3: Jung/King (UM)

    Big Twelve
    1: Dadamo/Krajicek (TAMU)
    2: Peers/Maytin (Baylor)
    3: Corrie/Andersen (UT)

    Pac 10
    1: Klahn/Thacher (Stan)
    2: Nedunchezhiyan/McMorrow (UDub)
    3: Konigsfeldt/Andrews (Cal)

    1: Conkic/Smith (Tenn)
    2: Pieters/Garrapiz (UGA)
    3: Thiemann/Thiemann (Miss)

    1: Jackson/Pohlman (SD)
    2: de Villiers/Boutillier (Fresno State)
    3: Childs/Maksimcuk (Louisville)

    The Pac 10's second highest ranked team is Meister/Inbar, but since Meister's out for the season, I didn't use them.
    Going by ITA rankings, the Big 12 team fills up first. The Big 10 or Pac-10 teams fill up last, depending on if you count the UCLA team or not.
  5. mikej

    mikej Hall of Fame

    Jun 10, 2004
    yeah i think ACC would shred (SEC is the closest I guess)...and yeah Carleton is too high - he may have justified that earlier in the year, but guys like Hernandez and Gomez have been way more impressive lately - if he's on the ACC team it's at #6

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