First Day Results from ITA National Collegiate Summer Championship at IU
Aug. 11, 2013
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The first day of competition at the 2013 ITA National Collegiate Summer Championships wrapped up in Bloomington on Saturday. Below are links to the results for the men's and women's main draw, with the consolation draws listed below.
The doubles bracket will not be posted until late on Sunday afternoon.
Women's Consolation Draw (PDF) (Updated at 10:30pm ET on Saturday)
Men's Consolation Draw (PDF) (Updated at 10:30pm ET on Saturday)
The first day of the ITA/USTA National Summer Championship wrapped up on Saturday in Bloomington with three members of the IU women's tennis team advanced to the third round while four IU men's tennis players are still alive in the main draws.
"Our players did a great job of getting off to a great start in their matches today," Indiana women's tennis associate head coach Ramiro Azcui said. "It was important for them to get off to that good start and they were able to carry it over to the rest of their matches. Now they have to be able to carry it over into the next day and beyond."
Kayla Fujimoto received a bye into the second round and then topped Macie Elliot from SMU by a score of 6-3, 6-3 to remain in the main draw. Alecia Kauss also received a first round bye and then won 6-3, 6-2 against Katie Brozovich from Bowling Green. Katie Klyczek matched Kauss and Fujimoto with a second round win versus Maddie Johnson of Drake.
Gabrielle Rubenstein was victorious in her first round match against Irinka Toidze from West Virginia, 6-1, 6-3. But in the second round, she fell to Kendal Woodard from Georgia Tech.
Kellen Bates won both of his matches on Saturday, going to a third set tiebreaker in his first and then collecting a 6-3, 6-2 win in the second round. Chris Essick joins Bates in the third round after a pair of easy wins in his two matches on the first day.
Dimitrije Tasic got a bye in the first round and then won in the second round, 7-5, 6-3, against Luis Elizonda from Louisville. Elliott Yee won his first match in a nail-biter, 7-6, 7-5, and then turned around and did not lose a game on his way to a 6-0, 6-0 win against high schooler Austin Crist.
Daniel Bednarczyk got a bye into the second round but lost to Sean Weber from NC State. Alek Davila won his first round match, 6-1, 6-0 but then suffered a 6-3, 6-1 loss to Nicolas Montoya from Notre Dame in the second round. George Rivers lost his first round match to Doug Zade from Michigan State.
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