18 Pac-12 tennis players earn ITA All-America status

By the Pac-12 Conference

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - 18 Pac-12 tennis players earned named to the 2013 ITA All-America teams, as announced by ITA on Thursday. Five men were named to the team with USC with three individuals, tying for the most among all schools. There were 13 women named to the All-America team with STANFORD, UCLA and USC all with three individuals named to the team to tie for the most of all schools. Five women were give All-America status in both singles and doubles play.

A player must meet any of the following criteria to earn ITA All-America honors:
Singles - Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championship; reach the Round of 16 in the NCAA Singles Championship; finish in the Top 20 of the final ITA National Singles Rankings.

Doubles - Top eight seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship; reach quarterfinals in the NCAA Doubles Championship; finish in the Top 10 of the final ITA National Doubles Rankings.

Men's Tennis
Name School Singles/Doubles
Marcos Giron UCLA Singles
Emilio Gomez USC Singles
Ray Sarmiento USC Singles
Yannick Hanfmann USC Singles
Kyle McMorrow Washington Singles
Women's Tennis
Name School Singles/Doubles
Jacqueline Cako Arizona State Singles/Doubles
Nicole Smith Arizona State Doubles
Zsofi Susanyi California Singles
Anett Schutting California SIngles
Nicole Gibbs Stanford Singles/Doubles
Krista Hardebeck Stanford Singles/Doubles
Kristie Ahn Stanford Singles/Doubles
Robin Anderson UCLA Singles/Doubles
Skylar Morton UCLA Doubles
Kyle McPhillips UCLA Singles
Danielle Lao USC Singles
Sabrina Santamaria USC Singles/Doubles
Kaitlyn Christian USC Doubles


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