ITA Division I Women’s Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis Point

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (“ITA”) today released the NCAA Division I Women’s Collegiate Tennis National Ranking sponsored by Tennis-Point featuring the top 125 singles players and the top 60 doubles teams at the conclusion of the fall season.

with the ITA Women’s Pan American Championship and the Fall National Championships Now behind us, the picture is beginning to become clearer of what the spring doubles season will look like with several returnees and newcomers establishing themselves as serious contenders this fall.

Among those players who seemed unstoppable this fall is North Carolina’s Fiona Crawley, who hasn’t dropped a single game in singles play over the past few months. This includes winning the Women’s Singles Championship at both the All-American Championships as well as the Fall National Championships, the first time this feat has been achieved since 2016.

Crowley was just one part of a very successful fall season for the entire North Carolina team as three players secured their spots in the top 10 in the national singles rankings on November 16 after semifinal and quarterfinal appearances at both ITA National Championships this fall.

Across the entire singles rankings, eight freshmen, or newcomers, made their debuts in the national singles rankings, including USC’s Madison Sieg who came in at No. 2 in the country after winning the 2022 Milwaukee Tennis Classic against some. Strong competition in her first teamwork.

In doubles, all semi-finalists from both the All-American Championships as well as the Fall National Championships fall into the top 10 of the national doubles rankings on November 16.

Within the top 20 of the national doubles rankings, the ACC leads the charge with seven teams represented, followed by the Pac-12 which has four teams represented in the top 20.

For more information on how these computerized ratings are calculated, go to ITA ratings explained A page providing information on the algorithm and other factors used to determine the national team rankings.


ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point
  • National Singles Computerized Ranking
  • November 16, 2022

*Fr/Nc = a junior or newcomer who was not eligible for a top 125 rating prior to the September pre-season

  • Computerized ranking of national doubles
  • November 16, 2022
Rank players The school register Previous.
1 Fiona Crowley / Carson Tanguilig North Carolina 9-1 N.R
2 Jaidan Brown / Carrie Miller Michigan 12-2 N.R
3 Elaine Schervinsky / Natasha Subhash Virginia 9-2 26
4 Savannah Broadus / Janice Teigen piperidine 13-1 6
5 Maiko Ushijima / Jimmy Wei temple 12-1 N.R
6 Adel Piano Abidolina / Eliza Askarova Delaware 11-1 N.R
7 Anastasia Kumar / Nikita Vishwas LSU 12-3 N.R
8 Neil Miller / Amelia Rajecki North Carolina State 9-5 N.R
9 Patricia Spaka / Dominika Turkovich Arizona 10-5 22
10 Caroline Ansari / Ariana Arsenault Auburn 7-1 N.R
11 Kimmy Hance / Elise Wagle University of California 6-1 N.R
12 Anna Brillin / Brooke Killingsworth Wake Forest 8-4 3
13 Chloe Beck / Cameron Mora duke 12-3 N.R
14 Davinia Achong / Alexa Noel Miami, FL) 2-1 35
15th Jessica Elsola / Katya Wersholm California 11-4 N.R
16 Carson Tanguilig / Riley Tran North Carolina 3-5 36
17 Angie Obi Kaguro / Chie Kizuka Iowa 7-2 N.R
18 Mary Bromfield / Salma Kadar Maryland 7-2 N.R
19 Kathryn Dong / Megan Houser Illinois 8-2 N.R
20 Erin Cayetano / Madison Sigg USC 2-1 N.R
21 Margot Maket / Lucia Coterio Charlotte 7-6 19
22 Alexandra Pisareva / Line Sleth Oklahoma 2-0 28
23 Jesse Goldsmith / Marie Stoiana Texas A&M 5-1 N.R
24 Mitka Komac / Christina Teglia Texas Tech 7-3 N.R
25 Julia Adams / Annabelle Zhou Virginia 4-2 52
26 Daria Freeman / Grace Joyce Princeton 4-3 N.R
27 Philippa Pro-Seversen / Amelia Honner University of California Santa Barbara 2-1 N.R
28 Dia Al-Jardi / Alison Zipoli rice 2-0 N.R
29 Sophia Beaulay / Mary Mattel UCF 3-0 N.R
30 Elizaveta Karlova / Victoria Matasova Virginia Commonwealth University 6-2 N.R
31 Irina Kantos Simmers / Sydney Ratliff Ohio State 6-5 24
32 Taylor Johnson / Jackie Nylander SMU 6-2 N.R
33 Anastasia Astakhova / Adeline Flach Auburn 1-1 N.R
34 Leonie Hobby / Catherine Jang New Mexico 8-1 N.R
35 Addison Ahlstrom / Brittany Lau brouwn 8-1 N.R
36 Alexis Blokhina / Alexandra Epifanova Stanford 4-1 N.R
37 Maria Aguiar / Laura Lopez Boston College 6-3 27
38 Winslow Huth / Lana Mavor SMU 4-0 N.R
39 Miska Kadlikova / Angie Obi Kaguro Iowa 3-2 N.R
T40 Chie Kizuka / Thasabourne Naklu Iowa 2-1 N.R
T40 Sophia Horion / Angela Lubeck Marshall 2-1 N.R
42 Carson Branstein / Jesse Goldsmith Texas A&M 2-1 21
43 Janet Meirelles / Gianna Pele Texas A&M 5-1 N.R
44 Annette Koskill / Zoe Weil Minnesota 8-2 N.R
45 Anya Lamoureux / Vipasha Mehra Yes 2-0 N.R
46 Safia Carrington / Anastasia Kumar LSU 1-2 N.R
47 Emily Astle / Yujia Huang BYU 6-2 N.R
48 Brandelyn Volgenzi / Lauren Volgenzi Word incarnate 8-3 N.R
49 Melody Collard / Prestige Sheikh Virginia 1-1 40
50 Samantha Boyx / Jenna Thompson Clemson 4-3 N.R
51 Jessica Elsola / Valentina Ivanov California 3-1 N.R
52 Allison Isaacs / Alexandra Viktorovich Old Dominion 6-4 N.R
T 53 Carol Lee / Kate Shrapura Georgia Tech 5-1 1
T 53 Kylie Evans / Elizabeth Goldsmith San Diego 5-2 N.R
55 Ansa Lee / Celia Bell Moore Vanderbilt 4-0 N.R
56 Sarah Maude Fortin / Erika Matsuda Washington 3-0 N.R
57 Kavya Sawhney / Roxy Sheesh Charlotte 9-4 N.R
58 Rachel Gillies / Girl Spey fl 2-2 N.R
59 Daria Ditkovskaya / Angela Skrobonia San Diego Street 7-2 N.R
60 Sophie Abrams / Abigail Renchelli North Carolina State 4-4 N.R
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