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Ohio State Women's Tennis (2017 B1G Champs)

Discussion in 'Other OSU and Professional Sports' started by MrsB, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Women's Tennis Falls to Iowa in Big Ten Championship Quarterfinals, 4-2


    Buckeyes win doubles point, O'Keefe posts singles victory

    April 27, 2007




    COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State women's tennis team was eliminated from the 2007 Big Ten Championship with a 4-2 loss to Iowa in the quarterfinals Friday in Minneapolis, Minn. The No. 5-seed Buckeyes won the doubles point in the match, but dropped four singles matches to the No. 4-seed Hawkeyes. The No. 46-ranked Buckeyes drop to 18-10 on the year. Iowa now is 12-9 and will face top-seed Northwestern in the semifinals Saturday.

    The Buckeyes won at Nos. 2 and 3 doubles to clinch the doubles point. The No. 2 duo of Caitlin O'Keefe (Jr., Troy, Mich./Troy) and Sonia Ruzimovsky (Brooklyn, N.Y./Brooklyn Tech) opened with an 8-3 victory Merel Beelen and Hillary Mintz. The tandem of Angela DiPastina (Titusville, N.J./Hun School of Princeton) and Christina Keesey (Northfield, Minn./Northfield) then downed Kayla Berry and Kelcie Klockenga, 8-6. The Hawkeyes tied the match with Mintz's victory over Keesey at No. 3 (6-0, 6-1), followed by Milica Veselinovic's win over Julie Blackmore (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons) at No. 1 (6-1, 6-3). O'Keefe won at No. 3 over Berry (6-4, 6-4) to tie the match at 2-all. Jacqueline Lee put Iowa back on top with a win against Ally Mueller (Fr., Roswell, Ga./New Braunfels (Texas) at No. 1 (7-6 (4), 6-4) and Beelen clinched the victory with a three-set victory over Ruzimovsky at the fourth spot (6-2, 2-6, 6-4).

    More; http://ohiostatebuckeyes.cstv.com/sports/w-tennis/recaps/042707aaa.html
     
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  2. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    A great big thanks is in order for the Ladies tennis team. I know they played with heart and thus are deserving of a robust Well Done!
     
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  3. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie

    This week's Sports Illustrated has a small article on page 22 about Cameron Hubbs from Omaha. The 1/4 page article has these headlines, and a picture of Cameron ready to hit a backhand.

    The article describes how she faced a set point at 4-5 in the Nebraska Class A final on Friday, May 18th. She pulled out the set, and won the match to complete a high school career in which she never lost a set.

    The article mentions that Cameron "is headed to Ohio State next year".
     
  4. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Ohio State Announces Women?s Tennis Schedule for 2007-08


    The Ohio State University
    Women?s Tennis
    2007-08 Schedule

    September28-30Baylor InvitationalWaco, TexasAll Day October5-7Hokie InvitationalBlacksburg, Va.All Day4-7ITA All-American ChampionshipsPacific Palisades, CaAll Day18-23ITA Midwest RegionalAnn Arbor, Mich.All Day November1-4ITA National IndoorsColumbus, OhioAll Day January19-21Florida Gulf Coast Collegiate InviteFt. Myers, Fla.All Day25MarquetteMilwaukee, Wis.3 p.m.26OklahomaMilwaukee, Wis.10 a.m. February1Virginia (Big Ten/ACC Challenge)Charlottesville, Va.4 p.m.3Virginia TechBlacksburg, Va.Noon14Notre DameNotre Dame, Ind.3:30 p.m.16South FloridaColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.16ToledoColumbus, Ohio5 p.m.24OregonColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.27LouisvilleColumbus, Ohio3 p.m.27Cleveland StateColumbus, Ohio8 p.m. March2CornellColumbus, Ohio10 a.m.2Eastern MichiganColumbus, Ohio4 p.m.8IndianaColumbus, Ohio10 a.m.17Ft. Myers Collegiate Invite
    (Drake, Coastal Carolina, and FGCU)Ft. Myers, Fla.9 a.m./3 p.m.22MinnesotaColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.23IowaColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.29Boston UniversityColumbus, Ohio 10 a.m.30Michigan StateColumbus, Ohio11 a.m. April5NorthwesternEvanston, Ill.11 a.m.6WisconsinMadison, Wis.11 a.m.12PurdueColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.13IllinoisColumbus, Ohio11 a.m.18MichiganAnn Arbor, Mich.4 p.m.20Penn StateState College, Pa.11 a.m.24-27Big Ten ChampionshipWest Lafayette, Ind.TBA May9-10NCAA RegionalsTBATBA15-26NCAA ChampionshipsTulsa, Okla.TBA
     
  5. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    :yow1:
     
  6. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Link

    Big Ten Concludes 25th Anniversary of Women's Championships Campaign .
    Throughout the 2006-07 season, the Big Ten Conference celebrated its 25th Anniversary of Women's Championships. By way of a comprehensive website, public service announcements, television interviews and weekly features, Big Ten fans had an opportunity to learn the stories surrounding these female athletes over the past 25 years.
     
  7. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Go ahead! ask me if I love it!

    Buckeye Julie Blackmore Wins National Public Parks Championship


    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Julie Blackmore, a junior on the Ohio State women?s tennis team, won the 2007 National Public Parks championship in the women?s open division Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
    The tournament, in its 81st year, included about 1,000 players from around the country in all age divisions. The National Public Parks Tennis Championships is administered by the National Public Parks Tennis Association (NPPTA) and was founded in 1923 by then United States Lawn Tennis Association President Dwight Davis.
    Blackmore, a native of Fort Lauderdale and the event?s third seed, defeated Emily Bolchoz in the final, 6-3, 7-6 (3). She was a three-set winner over Tamara Sutton in the semifinals (6-2, 4-6, 6-2) and downed Gayatri Ramesh in the quarterfinals, 6-2, 6-1. After a bye in the Round of 32, she opened the tournament with a three-set victory over Merissa Rock (2-6, 6-0, 6-1) in the Round of 16.
    Blackmore played at No. 1 singles for the Buckeyes the majority of the 2006-07 season. She posted 13 singles wins and 17 doubles wins during the year.
    :oh:
     
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  8. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie

    Do you love it?

    :io:
     
  9. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie

    bucknuts

     
  10. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Women?s Tennis
    Head Coach: Chuck Merzbacher
    ? Ohio State finished the fourth and final day of competition at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships at the Varsity Tennis Center in Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 21.
    ? Junior Angela DiPastina was the lone Buckeye to compete on the final day and faced third-seed Cosmina Ciobanu of Notre Dame. After defeating 15th-seed, Milica Veselinovic of Iowa, 6-2, 3-6, 7-5, to reach the round of 16, DiPastina could not duplicate that success against Ciobanu and fell, 6-3, 6-4.
    Up Next: ITA National Indoor Tournament, All Day, Columbus, Ohio - Racquet Club of Columbus
     
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  11. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    :( The Ladies doubles team beats the top ranked team then loses.

    Link


    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? Just one day after knocking off the top-seeded doubles team in the tournament, Angela DiPastina and Christina Keesey were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the ITA National Indoor Championships at the Racquet Club of Columbus.
    Facing Romy Farah and Caren Seenuth of Miami (Fla.), DiPastina and Keesey fell behind early and were not able to rally. Down 6-1, the Buckeye pair rallied to make the score 7-3. The gap, however, was too much to overcome. Ohio State dropped the last game to lose 8-3. Farah and Seenuth, although unranked together, are ranked nationally with other members of the Miami team.
    The loss came just one day after the marquee upset of the tournament, a win over the top-seeded and No. 1-ranked duo from William & Mary, 9-7, in the opening round. The Tribe?s Megan Moulton-Levy and Katarina Zoricic were the tournament?s defending champion and finalists at the 2007 NCAA Tournament.
    DiPastina continued action in consolation singles after falling Thursday
     
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  12. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    The Lady Buckeyes open up with a WIN!! Congrats Ladies and I hope for many more.
    Link

    Women?s Tennis: Buckeyes Top Marquette to Open Dual Meet Season

    Ohio State sweeps Golden Eagles 7-0 to earn first team victory of the season
    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? The Ohio State women's tennis team (1-0, 0-0 Big Ten) opened the spring season with a 7-0 victory over Marquette (0-2, 0-0 Big East) Saturday at the Helfaer Tennis and Recreation Center in Milwaukee, Wis.
    ?Marquette played very well at home tonight,? Ohio State head coach Chuck Merzbacher said. ?We were able to maintain our composure and focus to get the job done. That was a tough first match on the road, and we?ll need that toughness against a very good Oklahoma team tomorrow.?
    The Buckeyes swept the singles matches, including a three-set win by freshman Paloma Escobedo in No. 1 singles, and a 7-6, 6-1 victory by junior Angela DiPastina over Erin Watkins in No. 2 singles.
     
  13. MrsB

    MrsB A scarlet and grey blooded lady

    Hey , The Women's tennis team is 4-0. Yesssss!
    Link


    COLUMBUS, Ohio ? The No. 50 Ohio State women's tennis team (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten) defeated No. 48 Virginia (1-3, 0-0 Big 12) 4-3 Friday at the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar?s Head Sports Club in Charlottesville, Va. After losing the doubles point to start the match down 1-0, the Buckeyes got wins at the Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6 singles positions to post the comeback victory.
    ?Julie Blackmore clinched the victory with a three-set win,? Chuck Merzbacher, Ohio State head coach, said. ?It was nice to see us battle back for the road win over a tough ACC opponent after dropping the doubles point.?
    Junior Julie Blackmore clinched the Buckeye win at the No. 4 spot, defeating Lindsey Pereira, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 to earn the team?s fourth point of the day. Sophomore Christina Keesey picked up a win at the No. 3 spot by dropping Maggie Yahner in an up and down match, 6-1, 2-6, 6-1.
     
  14. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    Dispatch

     
  15. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    Dispatch

     

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