Tennis-Point Sponsored ITA Women’s Division I Collegiate Tennis National Pre-Season Rankings – September 6

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With a new season on the horizon, the first ITA Women’s Division I National Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point have been released for pre-season singles, doubles and newcomer rankings.

In singles, it will be Eryn Cayetano of the University of Southern California who takes first place in the preseason standings. The rising senior was the 2021 ITA Fall National Singles Champion, while in the spring, Cayetano earned ITA All-American honors in singles after finishing No. 3 in the last national ranking. ITA Division I Women’s Collegiate Tennis Championships.

Reaching the quarterfinals of the 2022 NCAA Singles Championship, Cayetano was one of only five collegiate players selected to the 2022 USTA Collegiate Summer Team. Playing in numerous ITF tournaments over the course of in the summer, Cayetano would win two 15K championships, earning her highest-ranked win over the No. 580 ranked WTA Singles player at the ITF 15K in Cancun.

The other top five on the pre-season singles chart include; Sarah Hamner (South Carolina), Daria Frayman (Princeton), Layne Sleeth (Oklahoma) and Chloe Beck (Duke) who all return in 2022-23 after finishing as All-Americans and in the Top-Ten of the ITA Collegiate Tennis Singles Ranking last season.

The September 6 doubles leaderboard sees Carol Lee and Kate Sharabura (Georgia Tech) claim the top spot. Finishing as the No. 5 ranked pair in the final ITA Collegiate Tennis Doubles rankings last season, the duo of Lee and Sharabura would earn ITA All-American honors for their outstanding play in 2022-23.

With a 22-6 overall record and a 17-3 record in doubles mostly from the No. 1 position in the Yellow Jackets roster, the duo finished 6-4 against nationally ranked opponents last season and will be one of two Georgia Tech doubles teams. in the Top 10 of the pre-season doubles ranking.

Rounding out the Top 5 Doubles Rankings include; Ivana Corley and Carmen Corley (Oklahoma), Anya Brylin and Brooke Kingsworth (Wake Forest), Ariana Arseneault and Selin Ovunc (Auburn), and Karolina Berankova and Georgia Drummy (Duke).

Diana Shnaider, who will be an incoming rookie at NC State this season, claims the No. 1 ranking in the Sept. 6 freshman and newcomer rankings after becoming the highest-ranked rookie in Wolfpack history. A native of Russia, Shnaider achieved a personal best in the combined ITF Juniors ranking of No. 2 and is currently No. 246 in singles and No. 325 in doubles in the WTA rankings.

Shnaider has Junior Grand Slam doubles victories at Wimbledon 2021 and the 2022 Australian Open, while finishing second at the 2020 French Open. In singles, Shnaider has also competed in several Junior Grand Slam tournaments , going all the way to the semi-finals of the French Open 2021 and the quarter-finals of the Australian Open 2022.

In the bottom five of the Newcomer Rankings, Reece Brantmeier (North Carolina), Daria Kudashova (Oklahoma), Nicole Khirin (Texas) and Alexis Blokhina (Stanford) will all be looking to make an instant impact this season after each compiling one of awesome juniors resume before enrolling in college.

ITA Division I Women’s Singles Ranking
  • Top 125 National Pre-Season Singles
  • Administered by the ITA
  • September 6, 2022
Rank Player School
1 Eryn Cayetano Southern California
2 Sarah Hamner Caroline from the south
3 Daria Frayman Princeton
4 Layne Sleep Oklahoma
5 Chloe Beck duke
6 Cameron Morra duke
seven Connie Ma Stanford
8 Georgia Drum duke
9 Carson Branstin Texas A&M
ten Irina Cantos Siemers ohio state
11 Lisa Zar Pepperdine
12 Elizabeth Scotty North Carolina
13 Mell Reasco Georgia
14 Alexandra Yepifanova Stanford
15 Abigail Forbes North Carolina
16 Carol Lee Georgia Technology
17 Kari Miller Michigan
18 Natasha Subhash Virginia
19 Alexa Christmas Miami (FL)
20 Marguerite Skriabina Texas technology
21 Fiona Crawley North Carolina
22 Carmen Corley Oklahoma
23 Abigail Rencheli NC status
24 Kylie Collins USL
25 Haley Giavara California
26 Leah Ma Georgia
27 Rebeka Mertena Tennessee
28 Carson Tangulig North Carolina
29 Selin Ovunc Auburn
30 Daevenia Acong Miami (FL)
31 Reilly Tran North Carolina
32 Caroline Campana Pepperdine
33 Taisiya Pashkaleva Texas
34 Solymar Colling San Diego
35 Julia Adams Virginia
36 Bunyawi Thamchaiwat Pepperdine
37 Isabelle Boulais ohio state
38 Veronica Miroshnichenko Loyola Marymount
39 Thasaporn Naklo Iowa State
40 Anna Ross Vanderbilt
41 Maria Titova Kansas
42 Ayana Akli Caroline from the south
43 Kit Gulihur North Florida
44 Janice Tjen Pepperdine
45 Victoria Hu Princeton
46 Giulia Morlet Arizona State
47 Sabina Zeynalova Texas
48 Shakhnoza Khatamova UCSB
49 Savannah Broadus Pepperdine
50 Jessica Aussila California
51 Sydni Ratliff ohio state
52 Emmanouela Antonaki Mississippi State
53 Chelsea Kung Yale
54 Petra Sedlackova Alabama
55 Alana Smith NC status
56 Elaine Chervinsky Virginia
57 Brianna Shvets duke
58 Mary Stoiana Texas A&M
59 Marlee Zein Texas
60 Jaedan Brown Michigan
61 Ariana Arseneault Auburn
62 Loudmilla Bencheikh Alabama
63 Freeman page our Lady
64 holly stick Vanderbilt
65 Snow Han USC
66 Isabelle Pfennig Miami (FL)
67 Avelina Sayfetdinova Texas technology
68 Hand of Clarissa North West
69 Dominique Turkovic Arizona State
70 Iuliia Bryzgalova duke
71 Ava Markham Wisconsin
72 Isabelle Harvision Baylor
73 Kylie Bilchev Georgia Technology
74 Malaika Rapolu Texas
75 Mila Saric state of florida
76 Anessa Lee Vanderbilt
77 Cristina Mayorova Clemson
78 Alexandra Viktorovich Old Dominion
79 Dasha Vidmanova Georgia
80 Angel Oby Kajuru Iowa State
81 Tatsiana Sasnouskaya Old Dominion
82 Julia Andreach our Lady
83 Valencia Xu Stanford
84 Nikki Redelijk Pepperdine
85 Naomi Cheong USC
86 Casie Wooten WakeForest
87 Akanksha Bhan ohio state
88 Csilla Fodor Purdue
89 Kristina Novak Oklahoma State
90 Mary Mattel UCF
91 Caroline Ansari Auburn
92 Sarah Maude Fortin Washington
93 Ivana Corley Oklahoma
94 Safia Carrington USL
95 Abigail Desiatnikov San Diego
96 Elza Tomase Tennessee
97 Katja Wiersholm California
98 Kimmi Hance UCLA
99 Charlotte Chavatipon Texas
100 Emma Jackson duke
101 Ania Hertel Georgia
T-102 Selma Cadar Maryland
T-102 Laia Condé Monfort Tulsa
104 Yasmine Kabbaj Florida International
105 Angelique Blake Stanford
106 Laylo Bakhodirova Eastern Tennessee State
107 Sophie Luescher Oregon
108 Martina Zérulo Oklahoma State
109 Goldsmith Jayci Texas A&M
110 Iva Zelic Portland
T-111 Rachel Hanford Arizona State
T-111 Anaelle Leclerq Ole Miss
113 Nicole Hammond Michigan
114 Andrea Cerdan Michigan
115 Olivia Peet Texas technology
116 Malkia Ngounoue Kansas
117 Xinyu Cai Wisconsin
118 Ava Hrastar Georgia Technology
T-119 Alicia Dudeney Florida
T-119 Kamila Umarova Florida International
T-119 Klara Kosan Peaceful
122 Neha Velaga Princeton
123 Samantha Martinelli WakeForest
124 Sofiya Chekhlystova Penn State
125 Julia Flegner Michigan
Ranking ITA Division I women’s doubles
  • Top 60 Pre-Season Domestic Doubles
  • Administered by the ITA
  • September 6, 2022
Rank Player 1 Player 2 School
1 Carol Lee Kate Sharabura Georgia Technology
2 Ivana Corley Carmen Corley Oklahoma
3 Anya Brilin Brooke Killingworth WakeForest
4 Ariana Arseneault Selin Ovunc Auburn
5 Karolina Berankova Georgia Drum duke
6 Savannah Broadus Janice Tjen Pepperdine
seven Anna Ross holly stick Vanderbilt
8 Maria Olivia Castedo Freeman page our Lady
9 Ava Hrastar Kylie Bilchev Georgia Technology
ten Rebeka Mertena Esther Adeshina Tennessee
11 Miyuka Kimoto Polina Kozyreva Syracuse
12 Connie Ma Angelique Blake Stanford
13 Samantha Martinelli Casie Wooten WakeForest
14 Charlotte Russell Lahari Yelamanchili Tulane
15 Nell Miller Abigail Rencheli NC status
16 Diae El Jardi Mary Budin Rice
17 Samantha Buyckx Ali DeSpain Clemson
18 Chloe Beck Elizabeth Coleman duke
19 Margaux Maquet Lucia Quiterio Charlotte
20 Mell Reasco Dasha Vidmanova Georgia
21 Carson Branstin Goldsmith Jayci Texas A&M
22 Patricia Spaka Dominique Turkovic Arizona State
23 Kit Gulihur Ana Paula Melilo North Florida
24 Irina Cantos Siemers Sydni Ratliff ohio state
25 Petra Sedlackova Anna Parkhomenko Alabama
26 Elaine Chervinsky Natasha Subhash Virginia
27 Maria Aguiar Laura Lopez Boston College
28 Alexandra Pisareva Layne Sleep Oklahoma
29 Alana Smith Diana Shnaider NC status
30 Marlee Zein Charlotte Chavatipon Texas
31 Elizabeth Scotty Abigail Forbes North Carolina
32 Isabelle Boulais Kolie Allen ohio state
33 Fiona Crawley Reese Brantmeier North Carolina
34 Alina Mukhortova Xinyu Cai Wisconsin
35 Alexa Christmas Daevenia Acong Miami (FL)
36 Carson Tangulig Reilly Tran North Carolina
T-37 Solymar Colling Elizabeth Goldsmith San Diego
T-37 Ting Pei Chang Camille Bossi West Virginia
39 Miska Kadleckova Sophie Cabezas Iowa State
40 Hibah Sheikh Melody Collard Virginia
41 Andrea Cerdan Jaedan Brown Michigan
42 Haley Giavara Erin Richardson California
43 Ayumi Miyamoto Kristina Novak Oklahoma State
44 Tatsiana Sasnouskaya Sophie Johnson Old Dominion
45 Bunyawi Thamchaiwat Lisa Zar Pepperdine
46 Ania Hertel Guillermina Grant Georgia
47 Daria Kuczer Eleanor Molinaro Tennessee
48 Cameron Morra Julia Bryzgalova duke
49 Anna Arkadiou Vic Allen state of florida
50 Alicia Dudeney Rachel Gailis Florida
51 Amelia Rajecki Sophie Abram NC status
52 Julia Adams Annabelle Xu Virginia
53 Malkia Ngounoue Maria Titova Kansas
54 Jackie Nylander Hadley Doyle EMS
55 Aran Teixido Garcia Emily Meyer Memphis
56 Sophia Biolay Nandini Sharma UCF
57 Valentina Ivanov Hannah Viller Moeller California
58 Hand of Clarissa Maria Shusharina North West
59 Kylie Collins Safia Carrington USL
T-60 Ayana Akli Sarah Hamner Caroline from the south
T-60 Veronica Miroshnichenko Sophie Munera Loyola Marymount
ITA Division I Freshman/Newcomers Female Rankings
  • Top 10 National Preseason Freshmen/Newcomers
  • Administered by the ITA
  • September 6, 2022
Rank Player School
1 Diana Shnaider NC status
2 Reece Brantmeier North Carolina
3 Daria Kudashova Oklahoma
4 Nicole Khiri Texas
5 Alexis Blokhina Stanford
6 Mady Sieg Southern California
seven Raquel Gonzalez Oklahoma State
8 Nicole Rivkin Texas
9 Mia Kupres Texas A&M
ten Anastasia Lopata Georgia
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