Women’s ITA New England Regional Tournament to Be Played at Williams Friday Through Sunday

Juli Raventos '18
Juli Raventos '18

 

Singles Draw

Doubles Draw

 

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – The Oracle ITA New England Regional Women's Tennis Championships will be played Friday through Sunday Sept. 29 – Oct. 1 on the Torrence M. Hunt Tournament Courts at Williams College. Play Friday and Saturday will begin at 9:00 a.m..

"This year we've got an exciting field," noted first year Eph head coach Anik Cepeda. "The reigning singles and doubles champions from 2016 are back and there are quite a few contenders that have accrued impressive results in the last month. It's the biggest individual tournament of the fall season and we're looking forward to hosting all the competitive match play." 

Seventeen teams throughout the New England region are sending players to Williamstown to compete in singles and/or doubles play. The singles tournament will feature 64 players and the doubles tournament will be comprised of 48 tandems.

The singles champion and the winning doubles team will earn All-America honors as well as qualify for advancement to the 2017 Oracle Cup.

The number one seeded singles player in the tournament this weekend is Eudice Chong from Wesleyan. Chong is also a member of the top-seeded doubles team with Victoria Yu.

The Chong/Yu tandem is back to defend their 2016 title as is the Ephs' Juli Raventos who is the defending singles champion. 

Doubles Seeds

1 - 

Eudice Chong / Victoria Yu -- Weleyan

2 - 

Juli Raventos / Julia Cancio -- Williams

3 - 

Katherine Hughes / Skylar Schossberger -- Middlebury

4 - 

Chloe Henderson / Rachel Cross -- Williams

5 - 

Vickie Ip / Kelsey Chen -- Amherst

5 - 

Diana Dehterevich / Sabrina Ross-Neergaard -- Brandeis

5 - 

Catherine Blayze / Maddi Stow -- Middlebury

5 - 

Lauren Louks / Otilia Popa -- Tufts

Singles Seeds

SEEDS 1-8

1 - 

Eudice Chong – Wesleyan

2 - 

Victoria Yu – Wesleyan

3 - 

Juli Raventos – Williams

4 - 

Camille Smukler -- Amherst

5 - 

Mina Karamercan – Tufts

6 - 

Leah Bush -- Williams

7 - 

Sabrina Ross-Neergaard -- Brandeis

8 - 

Vanja Babunski -- Trinity

 

SEEDS 9-16

9 - 

Catherine Blayze -- Middlebury

9 - 

Heather Boehm -- Middlebury

9 - 

Mia Gancayco – Williams

9 - 

Lauren Louks – Tufts

9 - 

Libby Rickeman -- MIT

9 - 

Maisie Silverman -- Bates

9 - 

Tess Trinka -- Bowdoin

9 - 

Alexa Tutekcy -- Babson

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