Women's Tennis

Arizona at Stanford

2014-03-28T11:30:00-07:00
Fri., Mar 28
11:30 AM
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Contributions Throughout

Michaela Gordon and Janice Shin were officially credited with the double-clinch, securing Stanford's 5-2 victory over North Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the USTA National Campus in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

Spot You One?

Trailing 1-0, No. 3 Stanford ambushed No. 6 Pepperdine in singles play, quickly ripping off four straight in a 4-1 victory on Friday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

NCAA's Shift to Orlando

With the first three rounds of NCAA competition in the books, the focus shifts to the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, where the remaining eight teams will compete for a national title.

Shin, For The Win

Janice Shin's 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 clincher powered No. 3 Stanford past No. 14 Kansas on Friday afternoon in the NCAA Super Regionals at Taube Family Tennis Stadium.

Never Gets Old

Stanford once again flexed its muscle as the No. 3 seed, routing top-seeded Georgia 4-0 on Sunday night and repeating as national champions for the first time since a three-year stretch from 2004-06.

Contributions Throughout

Michaela Gordon and Janice Shin were officially credited with the double-clinch, securing Stanford's 5-2 victory over North Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the USTA National Campus in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

Spot You One?

Trailing 1-0, No. 3 Stanford ambushed No. 6 Pepperdine in singles play, quickly ripping off four straight in a 4-1 victory on Friday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

NCAA's Shift to Orlando

With the first three rounds of NCAA competition in the books, the focus shifts to the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, where the remaining eight teams will compete for a national title.