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News and updates from NAIA women’s varsity tennis.

Alan Green of XULA Men's Tennis talks with a player pre-covid

Preparing for Unforeseen Circumstances: Alan Green, Xavier University of Louisiana Head Tennis Coach

One of the premier NAIA and HBCU tennis schools in the country has not changed their goals this spring. Despite the constant changes caused by COVID-19 to the inclement weather that New Orleans has...
Chase Hodges, Georgia Gwinnett at the ITA Cup

A Winning Mentality

Reprinted from GGC Athletics Success has been synonymous with Chase Hodges’ legacy as a collegiate tennis coach. In eight seasons leading Georgia Gwinnett College’s men’s and women’s tennis programs, the Grizzlies have won 11 National Association of Intercollegiate...

All-Time Winningest Coaches: NAIA Women

After covering the All-Time Winningest Coaches list for Divisions I, II, and III, it is time to honor the most successful NAIA Women's coaches. Through the last decades, student-athletes had the honor to receive...

All-Time Winningest Coaches: NAIA Women Lists

After covering the All-Time Winningest Coaches list for the Divisions I, II, and III previously, it is time to honor the most successful NAIA Women’s coaches. The ITA is excited to provide all-time coaching records....

Oracle ITA NAIA Women’s Final Fall Rankings

Oracle ITA NAIA Women's Rankings: Singles & Doubles National Singles | Doubles Central Region East Region South Region West Region Oracle/ITA NAIA Women’s National Singles Rankings Top 50 National SinglesAdministered by the ITANovember 19, 2020 Rank Player Team 1 Maria Genovese Georgia Gwinnett College 2 Lailaa Bashir Xavier University of...
Keiser Women's Tennis

ITA UTR Featured Conference of the Week: The Sun Women

In conjunction with UTR, the ITA is highlighting conferences around the nation and the teams within them. Teams are ranked based on their UTR Power 6 from lowest to highest. What is the Power 6? “Power 6...
Lailaa Bashir keeps her focus on the ball during the women's singles final of the 2020 ITA Cup

Two Student-Athletes Awarded James O’Hara Sargent Sportsmanship Award

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association awards the James O’Hara Sargent Sportsmanship Award each year during the ITA Cup. The award is given to players who display outstanding sportsmanship and exemplify the spirit of college tennis...
Luke Simkiss of Keiser University men's tennis keeps his eye on the ball for a return during the men's singles final at the 2020 ITA Cup

Two Singles and Four Doubles Players Walk Away With Crowns

There will never be another ITA Cup quite like the 2020 edition, we hope! The dominant single’s storylines were Georgia Gwinnett’s Maria Genovese’s pursuit of the women’s singles title and Keiser’s Luke Simkiss’ pathway...
Stefano Di Aloy of Indiana Wesleyan men's tennis keeps his eye on the ball for a return during play at the 2020 ITA Cup

Finalist for the 2020 ITA Cup Championship Set

The play at the Rome Tennis Center was more straightforward, where Maria Genovese, Lailaa Bashir, Luke Simkiss, and Valentino Caratini all advanced to the singles championship. It was smooth sailing in two sets each...
Maria Genovese of Georgia Gwinnett Women's Tennis during play of the 2020 ITA Cup

ITA Cup Gets Underway After Rain Delay

In the opening rounds of the ITA Cup, a total of 48 matches were contested among 73 student-athletes. This year’s event is unique in the format as NAIA is the only competitor field. Formerly known...

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