Dates and sites:Regionals will be at campus sites May 10-12. The quarterfinals, semifinals and finals will be May 16-25 at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium at Stanford.
Field:The team championships comprises 64 teams. Individual championships shall consist of 64 singles players and 32 doubles teams.
2001 team champion:Stanford.
2001 individual champions:Singles -- Stanford's Laura Granville graduated and the field is open. In doubles,with Whitney Laiho's graduation, Florida's Jessica Lehnhoff returns with new partner Lindsay Dawaf.
Top team contenders:Georgia, Wake Forest , Florida, Vanderbilt, Stanford.
Top individual contenders:Agata Cioroch, Georgia; Bea Bielik, Wake Forest; Jessica Lehnhoff, Florida; Sarah Riske, Vanderbilt; Lauren Kalvaria, Stanford.
Dates and sites:Regionals will be at campus sites May 3-5. The quarterfinals, semifinals and finals will be May 9-12 at the Plaza Tennis Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Rockhurst will host along with the Kansas City Sports Commission.
Field:The team championship comprises 64 teams. Single-elimination tournaments will be played at 16 regional sites (three or four teams at each site) and the finals site (16-team bracket) to determine the national champion.
Top team contenders:Brigham Young-Hawaii, Armstrong Atlantic, Lynn, Barry, Ouachita Baptist.
Players to watch:Petra Gaspar, Brigham Young-Hawaii; Zsofia Golopencza, Armstrong Atlantic; Monika Mastalirova, Lynn; Gizella Turbok, Barry; Victoria Domina, Ouachita Baptist.
Dates and sites:Preliminary rounds will be conducted at campus sites of participating institutions May 11-12. The quarterfinals, semifinals and finals will be May 17-22 at Sweet Briar.
Field:The team championship consists of 26 teams. Individual championships consist of 32 singles players and 16 doubles teams. Teams will play a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion.
2001 team champion:Williams.
2001 individual champions:Singles -- Methodist's Elena Blanina; doubles -- Mary Ellen Gordon and Anusha Natarajan of Emory.
Top team contenders:Emory, Williams, Trinity (Texas), Gustavus Adolphus, Amherst.
Top individual contenders:Mary Ellen Gordon, Emory; Selma Kikic, Williams; Lizzie Yasser, Trinity (Texas); Ellen Anderson, Gustavus Adolphus; Stephanie Fong, Amherst.
A 4-3 win by Georgia over national champion Stanford February 9 snapped the Cardinal's 35-match win streak that dated back to a 2000 NCAA final loss to the Bulldogs.