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Hattingh Selected to NCAA Women’s Singles Championship

May 4, 2021

TEMPE - Senior Ilze Hattingh will dance in the NCAA singles tournament! The 89th-ranked Sun Devil was one of 64 singles players selected to compete in the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship. The singles competition runs May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, following the conclusion of the team portion of the tournament (May 16-22). UCF and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission will serve as hosts.
Full NCAA release
Hatting will look to close out her Sun Devil career with one final push in the NCAA postseason. The two-time doubles All-American ended the shortened 2020 season ranked 40th in the country, while her and Tereza Kolarova ended at 46th in the doubles rankings. Hattingh earned doubles All-American honors her sophomore and junior seasons playing alongside fellow senior Lauryn John-Baptiste, the tandem earning Pac-12 Doubles Team of the Year accolades in 2019 after twice reaching the No. 1 national rank.
Hattingh is 10-7 this season and has taken down three ranked opponents, including a Pac-12 Tournament upset of No. 53 Salma Ewing of USC back on April 24. The Pretoria, South Africa native went 6-1 in the heart of year, and she's one shy of a 10 dozen doubles wins this season too.
Arizona State opens up team play in the NCAA Tournament Friday at 10 a.m. MST against No. 38 Mississippi State in Austin, Texas. A win will set up ASU to play the winner of Texas/Denver Saturday at 3 p.m. (Watch/Live stats).