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2012 USC WOMEN’S TENNIS

2011-12 WOMEN’S TENNIS ROSTER

NAME R/L HT YR EXP HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL / COLLEGE)

Kaitlyn Christian R 5-2 So. 1V Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran HS)

Gabriella DeSimone R 5-7 Fr. HS Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS)

Danielle Lao R 5-3 Jr. 2V Arcadia, Calif. (La Salle HS)

Hayley Miller L 5-2 So. HS Laguna Beach, Calif. (St. Margaret’s Episcopal School)

Giuliana Olmos R 5-7 Fr. HS Fremont, Calif. (Vista Alternative HS)

Jackie Owens R 5-3 Sr. TR Lahaina, Hawai’i (Lahainaluna HS/Pepperdine)

Valeria Pulido R 5-9 Jr. 2V Cuernavaca, Mexico (Preparatoria Nueva Opcion)

Alison Ramos R 5-2 Sr. 3V Carson, Calif. (Troy HS)

Sabrina Santamaria R 5-5 Fr. HS Los Angeles, Calif. (Campbell Hall HS)

Zoe Scandalis R 5-8 Fr. HS San Diego, Calif. (San Pasqual HS)

HEAD COACH: Richard Gallien (17th season)

ASSISTANT COACH: West Nott (fifth season)

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT: Jim Buck (10th season)

2012 PAC-12

CHAMPIONSHIPS

Thursday-Sunday, April 26-29,

at Ojai, Calif.

2012 POSTSEASON

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

VALERIA PULIDO

vah-LAIR-ee-ya POO-lee-doh

Richard GALLIEN

GAL-yen

2012 NCAA REGIONALS

May 11-12,

Sites To Be Determined

2012 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Thursday-Monday, May 17-28

Dan Magill Tennis Complex • Athens, Ga.

Hosted by Georgia


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

USC WOMEN’S TENNIS

BOOSTERS

The 2011 USC women’s tennis team would

like to thank all of the boosters and sponsors

for their support of Women of Troy Tennis.

Douglas Ammerman, Gregory Bert,

Gregory Brakovich, Susan Brown,

Georgette Cooper, Chris Copps,

Carol Dougherty, Richard Filanc,

Kirby Galt, Richard Goldman,

William Hart, Patricia Jacobs,

James Jaeger, Barbara Kawahara,

Kathy King, Timothy Korber,

Richard Leach, Kathleen Lillie,

Michael Margolin, Kathleen McGarrigle,

Daniel McKenna, Robert McKnight,

Barbara McLean, Kerry Metz,

Gretchen Miller, Joselyn Miller,

Terri Ann Morris, Steve Obradovich,

Orange County Trojan Club,

Maya Redwitz, Sherry Schulman,

Shell Oil Company Foundation,

Diane Stalder, Helienne Steden,

Stephen & Mindy Thigpen,

Trojan Club of The Desert,

Trojan Club of The San Fernando Valley

and Ventura County,

Ray Webber, Washer Family Charitable

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO

Steve & Helen Holwell

and the San Diego Trojan Club.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts / Media Notes .........................................1

Season Outlook / Roster ............................................2

ITA Rankings ...................................................................3

Richard Gallien, Head Coach .......................................4

Assistant Coaches .........................................................5

Marks Tennis Stadium / Support Staff .......................6

2012 Women of Troy ....................................................7

2011 Results .................................................................14

2011 Postseason Results ...........................................15

2011 Match-By-Match Results..................................16

All-Time Honors .........................................................18

USC Letterwinners .....................................................20

National Championships ...........................................21

Year-By-Year .................................................................22

Opponent Series Records .........................................26

The USC women’s tennis program is on

probation until June 9, 2014 for NCAA

sanctions involving lack of institutional

control and extra benefits. The penalties

include: public reprimand and censure; four

years of probation through June 9, 2014;

vacation of the ineligible women’s tennis

player’s wins and individual records in

matches she played in between November

2006 and May 2009 and the reconfiguration

of the records of the University and

the Head Coach to reflect those actions.

MEDIA NOTES

Interviews: To arrange an interview with coaches

or athletes, please contact Darcy Couch (213-740-

3808) at least one day in advance. Check with the

USC Sports Information Office regarding the team

practice schedule. Players can be made available

after practice sessions and following home matches.

Trojans On The Web: Current women’s tennis

information, as well as news, features and updated

statistics can be found on the web at: usctrojans.com

For more information on the Pac-12 Conference, go to:

pac-12.org

For more information on all NCAA Division I sports

and championships, go to: ncaa.com

For more information on the Intercollegiate Tennis

Association (ITA), go to: itatennis.com

Credits

The 2012 Women's Tennis Media Guide was prepared

by Darcy Couch, Assistant Sports Information

Director. Special thanks to Dan Avila for team photos,

headshots and action. Action photography also

courtesy of Heston Quan, Gary Rus, Sam Haythorn,

Jim Sabo, Eddie Siegel, Michael Sugarman, Jon SooHoo,

Po-He Tseng and Troy Witt.

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QUICK FACTS

University Information

Location: ............................................Los Angeles, Calif.

Founded: ................................................................... 1880

Enrollment: ............................................................33,000

President: .............................................. C.L. Max Nikias

Athletic Director: ......................................... Pat Haden

Senior Women’s Administrator: ..........Donna Heinel

National Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I

Conference: ..........................................................Pac-12

Nickname: .........................Trojans or Women of Troy

Fight Song: ..................................................... “Fight On”

Colors: ................................................. Cardinal & Gold

Home Court: .............................Marks Tennis Stadium

Capacity: .................................................................. 1,000

Tennis Information

Head Coach: ......................................... Richard Gallien

Alma Mater: ........................................... Pepperdine ‘83

Record at USC: ........... *285-125 (.695), 17th season

Overall Record: ........... *347-149 (.700), 20th season

Gallien’s Phone: ....................................(213) 740-3828

Assistant Coach: ..........................................West Nott

Nott’s Phone: ........................................(213) 740-8874

Volunteer Asst. Coach: ................................... Jim Buck

2011 Overall Record: .............................................15-9

2011 Pac-10 Record:.......................................4-4 (5th)

2011 Postseason: .................... NCAA Second Round

Final Team Ranking: ..............................................No. 19

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .............................5 / 3

Newcomers: ...................................................................5

Tennis History

All-Time Program Record: ...............*652-244 (.728)

All-Time Conference Record: .........*219-112 (.662)

All-Time NCAA Record: .......................*59-28 (.678)

National Team Championships: ..................................6

....(1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983 [NCAA], 1985 [NCAA])

National Singles Championships: ...............................5

..................................... (1976, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1983)

National Doubles Championships: ...............1 (1980)

Conference Championships: .....................................10

........................... (1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,

..................................................1983, 1985, 1986, 2009)

NCAA Appearances ...................................................29

Sports Information

Women’s Tennis SID: ...............................Darcy Couch

SID Phone:.............................................(213) 740-3808

Cell Phone: ............................................(213) 725-3447

SID Fax: ..................................................(213) 740-7584

E-mail: ................................................. dcouch@usc.edu

Website: .......................................www.usctrojans.com

Sports Information Address: .........................................

................................................ USC Sports Information

...............................3501 Watt Way, Heritage Hall 103

...................................................Los Angeles, CA 90089

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins recorded by

ineligible player, 3 wins left undecided in 2008; 1 win

(conference) becomes a loss and 4 wins left undecided

in 2009. [Revised records: Gallien USC record

277-126 (.687); Gallien career overall 339-150 (.693);

USC all-time program record 644-245 (.724); USC

all-time conference 218-113 (.659); all-time NCAA

record 57-28 (.671)]

2012 USC Women’s Tennis


2012 USC WOM

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Coaching Staff

RICHARD GALLIEN

Now entering his 17th

season at Troy, USC

women’s tennis head

coach Richard Gallien

has strung together 16

straight NCAA appearances

for his Women

of Troy, 15 top-20 team

rankings, six trips to the

NCAA Quarterfinals

and one to the NCAA

Semifinals in 2006.

Under Gallien’s watch,

USC has finished in the

top-20 for the past 14

years, and has eight top-10 finishes in that span, with

two Trojans winning Pac-10 Singles Championship titles

in the past six years.

A three-time Pac-10 Coach of the Year and two-time

ITA West Region Coach of the Year, Gallien has compiled

a 285-125 (.695) overall record at USC while holding a

career record of 347-149 (.700) in his 19 seasons as a

head coach, including three years with the Pepperdine

men’s program [Due to NCAA penalty, 7 wins left undecided

and 1 win became a loss; revised USC record:

277-126 (.687) and revised career total: 339-150 (.693)].

Gallien and the Trojans made another run to the

NCAA Second Round in 2011, finishing the year with

a 15-9 overall record to improve on a 14-10 mark in

2010. In 2009, Gallien’s Women of Troy rolled undefeated

through Pac-10 play, snapping a 23-year losing

streak to the Cardinal along the way to get USC to the

top of the conference to claim honors as 2009 Pac-10

Champions and help secure Gallien’s third selection as

the Pac-10 Coach of the Year as well as an eventual pick

as the ITA West Region Coach of the Year. USC finished

21-3 overall on the year after a run to the NCAA Second

Round [Due to NCAA penalty, 4 wins left undecided and

1 win became a loss; revised record 16-4]. Gallien also

saw Amanda Fink become the second Trojan to win the

Pac-10 Singles Championship with her run to the title

in 2009.

In 2008, USC continued its NCAA streak with another

trip to the NCAA Round of 16, where USC met rival UCLA

for the third time that year. The Trojans finished out the

season 19-8 overall and went 5-3 in Pac-10 competition.

GALLIEN’S CAREER COACHING RECORD

School Year Wins Loss Pct. NCAA Finish Rank

Pepperdine (men) 1988 25 5 .833 Second Round —

Pepperdine (men) 1989 13 13 .500 — —

Pepperdine (men) 1990 24 6 .800 First Round —

Pepperdine Totals 3 Years 62 24 .721

USC 1996 16 9 .640 First Round No. 18

USC 1997 10 16 .385 Regional Final No. 32

USC 1998 13 11 .542 Regional Final No. 20

USC 1999 21 9 .700 Quarterfinals No. 10

USC 2000 18 9 .667 Quarterfinals No. 11

USC 2001 20 8 .714 Quarterfinals No. 8

USC 2002 19 8 .704 Round of 16 No. 11

USC 2003 22 6 .786 Quarterfinals No. 5

USC 2004 18 7 .720 Round of 16 No. 8

USC 2005 19 4 .826 Quarterfinals No. 7

USC 2006 21 4 .840 Semifinals No. 3

USC 2007 19 5 .792 Round of 16 No. 10

USC 2008 19* 8* .703* Round of 16* No. 11

USC 2009 21* 3* .875* Second Round No. 9

USC 2010 14 10 .583 Second Round No. 20

USC 2011 15 8 .652 Second Round No. 19

USC Totals 16 Years 285* 125* .695

CAREER TOTALS 19 years 347* 148* .700

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins recorded by ineligible player, 3 wins in 2008

left undecided; 1 win (conference) in 2009 became a loss, and 4 wins in 2009 left

undecided. [revised records: 16-8 (.667) in 2008; 16-4 (.800) in 2009;

Gallien USC total 277-126 (.687); Gallien career total 339-150 (.693)]

HEAD COACH

17th SEASON

15 Top-20 Finishes

3-TIME Pac-10 COACH OF THE YEAR • 16 NCAA Appearances

[Due to NCAA penalty, 3 nonconference wins left undecided;

revised record: 16-8 overall]. The 2007 season saw USC

work its way into a rematch with its 2006 NCAA Semifinal

opponent, Miami, much earlier in the NCAA stretch. A tight

4-3 loss to Miami in the NCAA Round of 16 gave USC a 19-5

overall record, as the Trojans finished ranked No. 10 in the

nation. In Pac-10 play, USC went 6-2. Under Gallien’s guidance,

Lindsey Nelson won USC’s first Pac-10 Singles Championship

and went on to make her second straight trip to the NCAA

singles final -- the first time in program history a USC player

has made back-to-back appearances in the final.

In 2006, Gallien’s USC squad rolled to another 7-1 mark

in Pac-10 play and worked its way into the NCAA Semifinals,

where the Trojans fell to Miami in a match that was interrupted

by rain and resumed the next day. USC finished with

a 21-4 overall record and wound up ranked No. 3 at season’s

close with Gallien named Pac-10 Coach of the Year.

The 2005 season saw the Women of Troy stick in the nation’s

top 10 with a 19-4 overall mark capped by a visit to the NCAA

Quarterfinals and a No. 7 final ranking. The 2004 Trojans went

7-1 in Pac-10 play to place second in the conference and tie

for USC’s program-best Pac-10 finish. USC’s only Pac-10 loss

came to Stanford, which went on to win the 2005 NCAA title.

The previous year, Gallien’s young 2004 team proved that

they could compete even with only one senior in the lineup.

USC posted an 18-7 overall record and matched that program-

best with a second-place 7-1

mark in Pac-10 action (again,

the only loss was to eventual

NCAA champion Stanford).

After advancing to the NCAA

Round of 16, USC completed

the season ranked eighth.

Gallien was named the

2003 ITA West Region Coach

of the Year after leading

the squad to the ITA’s No.

1 ranking for three weeks

midseason, marking the

first time USC had held

the top spot since 1985.

The Women of Troy also

finished with the program’s

best overall record (22-6) in

15 years. Armed with four

seniors, the team finished

the season ranked No. 5

after advancing to the NCAA

Quarterfinals.

USC finished the 2002 season

with a program-best 7-1

Pac-10 record, advancing to

the NCAA Round of 16 and

earning a No. 11 ranking at

season’s end. In 2001, the

Women of Troy made a third

consecutive appearance

in the NCAA Quarterfinals

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USC CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

• 2009 Pac-10 Coach of the Year

• 2009 Pac-10 Team Champions

• 2006 Pac-10 Coach of the Year

• 1999 Pac-10 Coach of the Year

• 2009 ITA West Region Coach of the Year

• 2003 ITA West Region Coach of the Year

• 15 Top-20 Finishes

• 347-149 (.700) Career Record*

• 285-125 (.695) USC Record*

• 16 NCAA Appearances

following big postseason wins over South Alabama and

Northwestern. USC earned a No. 8 final national ranking

with a 20-8 overall record and a second-place finish in the

Pac-10.

To begin the new millennium, Gallien led the 2000

Women of Troy to the NCAA quarterfinals for the second

time under his leadership. USC completed the season with

an 18-9 overall record and No. 11 final team ranking.

The 1999 season marked Gallien’s first appearance at

the NCAA Quarterfinals, as his team went 21-9 overall. The

Women of Troy finished 7-1 in the Pac-10 that year and

Gallien was honored as the Pac-10 Co-Coach of the Year.

Their second-place finish was USC’s best since 1990, and

the team’s 21 wins, at that time, were the program’s most

in 12 seasons.

Gallien’s career at Troy began in the 1995-96 season as

he led the Women of Troy to a 16-9 overall record and 4-6

mark in the Pac-10 Southern Division. At that time, USC’s

16 wins were its most since the 1990 season. The following

year, the 1997 Trojans were overwhelmed by injuries

and finished the season with a 10-16 overall record and

0-10 finish in the Pac-10. The 1998 Trojans, despite still

being plagued by injuries throughout the year, garnered

a winning record at 13-11 and went 3-5 in the Pac-10 for

sixth place.

Prior to coming to USC, Gallien spent 11 years at Pepperdine

as a player, assistant coach and co-head coach.

He spent the 1995 season as an assistant to Pepperdine

men’s coach Allen Fox. He began his coaching career as

Fox’s assistant for three seasons (1985-87), where the

Waves finished second in the nation in 1986. Gallien then

became Pepperdine’s co-head coach with Fox for three

seasons (1988-90) and helped guide the Waves to a 62-

24 mark. His 1988 and 1990 squads played in the NCAA

Tournament and Wave Robby Weiss won the 1988 NCAA

singles crown.

Gallien left Pepperdine in 1990 to become the head

professional at the prestigious Los Angeles Tennis Club

and later entered private business for two years (1993-94)

before returning to Pepperdine as an assistant for the 1995

campaign.

During his four-year (1980-83) playing career at Pepperdine,

Gallien twice earned All-American honors (1982-83)

and his teams went 81-21 and advanced to the NCAAs each

year. The 1982 Wave squad was the NCAA runner-up. He

won 60 dual-match singles matches during his career and

qualified three times in both singles and doubles for the

NCAA Championships.

He spent 1984 playing professional tennis and then

returned to Pepperdine as an assistant coach.

As a prep at Verdugo Hills High in Tujunga (Calif.), Gallien

was named the Los Angeles City Player of the Year as

a 1979 senior. Gallien, 48, earned his bachelor’s degree in

organizational communications from Pepperdine in 1985.

He also has served as a part-time color analyst for FOX

Sports West.

He and his wife, Lisa, currently reside in the South Bay

with their daughters, Leah and Ava.


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

WEST NOTT

West Nott enters his fifth season as assistant coach at USC, honored as the 2009 ITA West Region Assistant Coach of the Year in his second season

with the Women of Troy. He came to Troy after serving as a volunteer assistant with the Washington men’s program, following a successful collegiate

playing career at Georgia Tech.

“Each girl on the team is a firecracker filled with a lot of love and enthusiasm for the game,” Nott said. “From what I have seen so far, our new

freshmen are ready for the tough task ahead and believe in themselves. We have great leadership from team captain Alison Ramos and head coach

Richard Gallien, who are two of the most competitive people I know. I believe we have the depth and attitude to make an impact this year.”

Nott, 29, helped the Trojans get off to a fast start for the 2010-11 season, where four Trojans qualified to compete at the 2010 ITA National

Indoor Championships in New York in the fall — a feat only achieved by USC, Stanford and Florida. Regional singles champion Danielle Lao and

regional doubles champs Valeria Pulido and Alison Ramos all joined the action in New York, with Maria Sanchez powering through the entire singles

bracket to claim her first ITA National Indoor Singles Championship and taking over the No. 1 singles ranking by defeating defending champion Jana

Juricova of Cal.

Prior to his arrival in Los Angeles, Nott was a volunteer assistant coach for the Washington men under head coach Matt Anger, a former Trojan.

During his coaching career, Nott continues to compete in Davis Cup competition as a member of the Pacific Oceania team, having beaten the No. 1 and No. 2 players from Iran

during the summer’s 2011 Davis Cup and also competing in matches vs. China, New Zealand, South Korea, Malaysia and Pakistan as a member of the Pacific Oceania team. He

also claimed victory in the deciding singles match against Pakistan at the 2006 Davis Cup. In college, Nott played one year at Florida before transferring to Georgia Tech. In three

seasons, Nott rose to No. 5 on the all-time career singles wins list and reached No. 2 all-time in single-season doubles wins.

In his junior career, Nott was consistently ranked in the nation’s top-10 for his age group. He was consistently ranked No. 1 in the Midwest Section and won the US National

Indoor Junior Championships in 1998.Teaming with his mother, Elizabeth, Nott won the 2006 National Mother-Son Doubles Championships in 2006 and reached the final in 2010.

Nott also spent six months as the full-time coach for Canadian Rebecca Marino, who is now ranked in the top 100 WTA. Although born in the Marshall Islands, Nott spent his

childhood hitting against the wall on an island in Micronesia called Pohnpei until the age of 11. His family includes his parents, Sam and Elizabeth, his sister, Shimiko, who graduated

from Princeton, and brother, Noah, who currently attends Washington.

JIM BUCK

Jim Buck begins his 11th season coaching in the collegiate ranks as a volunteer assistant coach for the USC women’s tennis team. Excluding

the 2003 season, Buck has helped coach the Women of Troy nine of the past 10 years.

A longtime Trojan who graduated from USC with bachelor’s (1960) and master’s (1961) degrees in education, Buck’s tennis background

is both diverse and extensive. In his playing years at USC, Buck helped lead the Trojans to the 1959 national championship while serving as

team captain. For his performance, he was named an honorable mention All-American.

Following graduation, Buck continued to play local professional tournaments through 1964. In 1963-64 he served as captain of the

Junior Davis Cup team which featured former USC standouts Stan Smith and Bob Lutz. During this time, he also began his teaching career at

LaConte High in Hollywood, Calif. In 1965, Buck was named the boys and girls varsity tennis coach at Van Nuys (Calif.) High. He coached the

team for 33 years before retiring in 1998. Buck also has been involved with various tournaments and organizations. He coached the men’s

team for the Italia Cup for 10 years from 1983 through 1992. He continues to coach the Southern California boys team for the yearly Maze

Cup and in the past 23 years of coaching, his teams have lost only once.

Buck is a founding member of the San Fernando Valley Tennis Patrons and a current officer of the SCTA Southern California Board of

Directors. He is actively involved with the Wheelchair Tennis Program and is the Tournament Director for the U.S. Open (wheelchair event).

Playing occasionally, Buck was ranked No. 1 in Southern California in the 60-and-over division in 1996 and 1997. He is looking to resume in

the 65-and-over division.

He and his wife, Annette, who also graduated from USC (‘65), currently reside in Woodland Hills. They have one son, Jim, and one daughter, Cari.

2012 USC Women’s Tennis

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ASSISTANT COACH

5TH SEASON

2009 ITA REGIONAL ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

11TH SEASON

Coaching Staff


2012 USC WOM

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Support Staff

Darcy Couch

Tennis Sports

Information Director

Drew Morcos

Women’s Tennis

Athletic Trainer

SUPPORT STAFF

Tatyana Obukhova

Women’s Tennis

Strength Coach

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Whitney Rotrock

Women's Tennis

Academic Counselor

DAVID X. MARKS TENNIS STADIUM

Madeline Segura

Women’s Tennis

Team Manager

The David X. Marks Tennis Stadium on the USC campus is one

of the finest collegiate tennis facilities in the country. During winter

of 2006, a sixth court was added to the main stadium, allowing for

dual-match competition to be played out entirely in front of fans

within the 1,000-seat venue.

A new and much-anticipated addition was made in May 2005 with

the installation of a $300,000 LED Daktronic interactive scoreboard.

Fans can now follow each match point-for-point from their stadium

seat and online at www.usctrojans.com.

The stadium also underwent renovations during the summer

of 2002. Seven hundred chair-back seats were added to replace the

bleachers on the baselines and the courts were all repainted and

lined.

Two of the courts are named after famous USC alumni and

Wimbledon singles champions, Alex Olmedo and Stan Smith. The

center court is named for USC’s 13 Grand Slam doubles champions

— Byron Black, Bob Falkenburg, Luke Jensen, Murphy Jensen, Rick

Leach, Bob Lutz, Gene Mako, Olmedo, Rafael Osuna, Dennis Ralston,

Raul Ramirez, Ted Schroeder and Smith.

Underneath the stadium is the beautiful Leonard Andrews

Varsity Lounge and Team Room, along with two locker rooms. The

locker rooms also have been renovated through a generous gift made

by John and Michelle Katnik of Diversified Development. Each locker

room features the program’s recent conference championship trophies,

Hall of Fame walls with past NCAA singles and doubles champions,

as well as the men’s and women’s national championship trophies.

At the entrance to the stadium is a list of all 18 of the USC

men’s national champion years and seven women’s tennis national

championships, including a newly-added 2009 and 2010 for the men’s

back-to-back titles. Plaques honoring Trojan legends Dick Leach and

George Toley also adorn the entrance of Marks Stadium.

The stadium was dedicated in 1973 when former Trojan stars

Alex Olmedo, Stan Smith, Dennis Ralston and Bob Lutz held a tennis

exhibition.

The 1974 men’s NCAA Tournament was held at Marks Stadium

(USC finished second).


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

ALISON RAMOS

THIS SEASON: Alison Ramos is in her third season at USC.

2011: Ramos finished her junior season ranked No. 28 in the nation in ITA doubles with

Valeria Pulido... Appeared in the NCAA First Round of doubles with Pulido... Named

to Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team... Was named Pac-10 Player of the Week after

sweeping in doubles and singles at Oregon and WSU... Finished the season 11-21

overall in singles, going 9-13 in dual matches... Was 2-0 at No. 2, 2-5 at No. 3, 4-5 at

No. 4 and 1-3 at No. 5... Went 28-13 overall in doubles, going 14-8 in dual matches...

Was 18-10 overall with Pulido, going 5-6 in dual matches with a 3-2 mark at No. 1

and 2-4 at No. 2... Also went 10-3 overall with Cristala Andrews, with a 9-2 mark in

dual matches playing primarily at No. 3 (9-2) and at No. 2 (1-0)... Entered the spring

ranked No. 11 in the nation in ITA doubles with Valeria Pulido... In the fall, Ramos

was ranked No. 19 in the nation in singles... Went 1-5 in fall singles, competing at

the ITA/Riviera All-American, Southwest Regionals and USTA/ITA National Indoors...

In fall doubles, went 12-2 with Valeria Pulido, working through prequalifying and

qualifying to reach the ITA/Riviera All-American quarterfinals and winning the ITA

Southwest Regional Doubles Championship... Also reached the USTA/ITA National

Indoor doubles quarterfinals.

2010: Ramos finished her sophomore season ranked No. 29 in the nation in singles...

Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, and was named to the Pac-10 All-Academic

Second Team... Reached the NCAA Singles Round of 32 and the Pac-10 Singles

Championships Round of 16... Went 26-17 overall in singles, including a 13-8 mark

in dual-match play... Played at the No. 2 (12-8) and No. 3 (1-0) positions... In doubles,

Went 20-9 overall, going 17-6 in dual matches... Went 13-4 overall with Danielle Lao,

going 9-2 at the No. 2 position and 2-0 at No. 3... Also went 5-4 with Valeria Pulido

at No. 2 and 1-0 with Sarah Fansler at No. 2... Entered the spring ranked No. 39 in

the nation in ITA singles... During the fall, was ranked No. 53 in the ITA preseason

singles rankings... Went 9-6 in fall singles, reaching the ITA All-American consolation

semifinals and the ITA Regionals quarterfinals... Went 1-1 in fall doubles with Fansler

at the Duals in the Desert.

2009: Ramos finished her freshman season at USC ranked No. 75 in singles and No.

75 in doubles with Maria Sanchez... Was second on the team in total singles wins

with a 27-12 overall record, including an 18-6 record in dual matches... Went 1-0 at

No. 3, 7-2 at No. 4 and 10-4 at the No. 5 position in singles... Clinched USC’s historic

5-2 win over Stanford in Pac-10 play... Reached the Pac-10 Tournament Round of 16

in singles... In doubles, was 23-11 overall including a 13-5 record in dual match play

with Sanchez at the No. 2 (4-5) and No. 3 (9-0) positions... Also went 3-1 at No. 3

with Cristala Andrews... Played in the first round of Pac-10 Invitational doubles with

Elizabeth Marsico... Ranked No. 36 in the ITA preseason singles rankings and No. 53

in doubles with Sanchez... During the fall, went 6-2 in singles and 6-2 in doubles...

Competed in Riviera/ITA All-American Pre-Qualifying and won five straight matches at

the ITA Regionals before falling in the title match to teammate Sanchez... Went 4-2 in

doubles with Sanchez to reach the Riviera/ITA All-American Qualifying Consolation

quarterfinals... Reached ITA Regionals quarterfinals in doubles with Lyndsay Kinstler.

HIGH SCHOOL: Ramos is a 2008 graduate of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif... Won the

2008 Southern Section CIF singles title as a senior... Named Orange County Player of

the Year in 2006 and 2007 by the Orange County Register... A National High School

All-American... Won league singles titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007... Won the girls

18 singles title at the 2007 Roxy Championships... Also won 2008 Women’s Open

Adoption Guild Classic Championship... Compete with the Maze Cup SoCal Team in

2005, 2006 and 2008 and Fed Cup SoCal Team in 2006, 2007 and 2008... A member

of the National Honor Society, held a 3.95 GPA.

PERSONAL: Alison Grace Ramos was born April 25, 1990 in Torrance, Calif... Daughter

of Grace and Eugene Ramos... Has one sister, Genelyne... Her god-sister is former USC

tennis player Judy DeVera... Lists Martina Hingis as her biggest sports hero... Would

like to some day visit London, Thailand and the Caribbean... Majoring in human

performance with plans to pursue a career in sports medicine.

• 5 •

RAMOS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Senior

CARSON, Calif. • TROY HS

SINGLES DOUBLES

Overall Dual Matches Overall Dual Matches

Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

2009 27 12 .692 18 6 .750 23 11 .676 16 6 .727

2010 26 17 .605 13 8 .619 20 9 .690 17 6 .739

2011 11 21 .343 9 13 .409 28 13 .683 14 8 .636

TOTALS 53 29 .646 31 14 .689 43 21 .672 33 12 .733

Senior Bio


2012 USC WOM

1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

Senior Bio

KAITLYN CHRISTIAN

THIS SEASON: Kaitlyn Christian is in her second

season at USC.

2011: Christian finished her freshman season

ranked No. 90 in the nation in ITA singles and

No. 5 in doubles with Maria Sanchez... Earned

ITA All-America honors in doubles as the No. 3

seeded team with Sanchez and by reaching the

NCAA Doubles Semifinals, falling to Clemson’s

Bek/Wong... Also reached the Pac-10 Doubles

final with Sanchez and reached the Pac-10 Singles

quarterfinal... Named ITA Southwest Regional

Player to Watch... Went 26-9 overall in singles,

going 15-4 in dual matches playing primarily at

the No. 3 position (10-3) and also at No. 2 (1-0) and No. 4 (4-1)... In doubles,

went 31-6 overall and 18-2 in dual matches... Was 30-5 overall with Sanchez,

going undefeated in Pac-10 matches and 16-2 in all dual matches... Was 13-2

at the No. 1 position with Sanchez and 3-0 at No. 2... Also went 2-1 overall

with Cristala Andrews (1-0 at No. 3) and 1-0 with Hayley Miller (1-0 at No.

3)... Entered the spring ranked No. 114 in singles and No. 80 in doubles with

Sanchez... In the fall, ranked No. 42 in the ITA preseason doubles rankings

with Sanchez and was the No. 9 ITA Freshman/Newcomer... Went 8-3 in fall

singles, reaching the ITA Southwest Regional quarterfinals and also competing

in ITA/Riviera All-American prequalifying and the Duels in the Desert... In

fall doubles, went 1-1 with Cristala Andrews and 4-1 with Sanchez, reaching

the ITA Southwest Regional semifinals and winning the Freeman Memorial

Doubles Championship with Sanchez.

HIGH SCHOOL: Christian was the singles CIF Champion in 2010 as a senior

at Orange Lutheran High... Recipient of the 2010 USTA Evelyn Houseman

Sportsmanship Award and the 2008 USTA Winter National Sportsmanship

Award... Also was a singles World Champion on the Mike Junior Tour in

2006... Graduated with honors.

DANIELLE LAO

THIS SEASON: Danielle Lao is in her third season

at USC.

2011: Lao finished her sophomore season ranked

No. 23 in the nation in ITA singles... Named to All-

Pac-10 Second Team... Reached the NCAA Singles

Round of 32... Went 26-13 overall in singles, going

13-8 in dual matches... Played primarily at the No. 2

position (11-8) and also at No. 1 (2-0)... In doubles,

went 19-11 overall and 12-7 in dual matches...

Was 19-10 with Lyndsay Kinstler, going 12-6 in

dual matches playing at No. 2 (6-3) and No. 3 (6-

3)... Also was 0-1 with Maria Sanchez at No. 1...

Entered the spring ranked No. 10 in singles... In the

fall, Lao was ranked No. 28 in the nation in singles... Won the ITA Southwest

Regional Singles Championship, beating teammate Sanchez in the final...

Went 10-3 in fall singles, reaching the ITA/Riviera All-American main draw

and competing in the USTA/ITA National Indoors... In fall doubles, went 4-2

with Kinstler, reaching the ITA Southwest Regional quarterfinals and the ITA/

Riviera All-American round of 16.

2010: Lao finished her freshman season ranked No. 43 in the nation in singles...

Was named the ITA Southwest Region Rookie of the Year... Earned All-Pac-10

Honorable Mention, and was selected to the 2010 USTA Summer Collegiate

Team... Reached the NCAA Singles Round of 32... Went 23-12 overall in

singles, including an 11-8 mark in dual-match play at the No. 3 position... In

doubles, went 18-9 overall, going 15-6 in dual matches... Was 13-4 with Alison

Ramos, including a 9-2 mark at No. 2 doubles and 2-0 record at No. 3... Also

went 4-4 at No. 1 with Maria Sanchez... Entered the spring ranked No. 18

in the nation in singles... During the fall, went 10-2 in singles including a 7-0

start that carried her through ITA All-American prequalifying and qualifying

rounds to the main draw... Also reached the ITA Regionals quarterfinals... In

fall doubles, went 1-1 with Lyndsay Kinstler at ITA Regionals.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lao won the league title while playing for La Salle High in

Pasadena, Calif... Also was a semifinalist at the 2008 USTA International Spring

• 6 •

SOPHOMORE

ORANGE, COLO. • ORANGE LUTHERAN HS

CHRISTIAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES DOUBLES

Overall Dual Matches Overall Dual Matches

Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

2011 26 9 .743 15 4 .789 31 6 .838 18 2 .900

PERSONAL: Kaitlyn Christian was born Jan. 13, 1992 in Orange, Calif....

Daughter of Dane and Rose Christian... Nickname is KK... Lists Martina Hingis

as her biggest sports hero because of their similar playing styles... Would

like to travel to London... Hopes to one-day play professional tennis... Has

not declared a major.

JUNIOR

ARCADIA, COLO. • LA SALLE HS

LAO’S CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES DOUBLES

Overall Dual Matches Overall Dual Matches

Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

2010 23 12 .657 11 8 .579 18 9 .667 15 6 .714

2011 26 13 .667 13 8 .619 19 11 .633 12 7 .632

TOTALS 49 25 .662 24 16 .600 37 20 .649 27 13 .675

Championships in Carson... Won USTA National Open in May 2008... Competed

with the U.S. 18-under national team... Graduated magna cum laude.

PERSONAL: Danielle Marie Lao was born May 29, 1991 in Pasadena, Calif....

Daughter of Bessie and Danny... Has one sister, Adrienne... Lists Roger Federer

as her biggest sports hero... Would like to travel to Spain and London... Hopes

to one day play professional tennis... Has not decided on a major.


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

HAYLEY MILLER

THIS SEASON: Hayley Miller is in her second

season at USC.

2011: Miller went 0-7 overall in singles, going 0-3

in dual matches at the No. 6 position... Was 1-1

overall in doubles, going 1-0 at the No. 3 position

with Kaitlyn Christian and 0-1 with Cristala

Andrews.... In the fall, Miller went 0-1 in singles.

HIGH SCHOOL: Miller was a four-time league MVP

out of St. Margaret’s Episcopal School... Posted a

120-0 singles record and 119-1 doubles record in

high school... Team won four league titles, two

CIF championships and one Southern California sectional championship...

An honor student.

VALERIA PULIDO

THIS SEASON: Valeria Pulido is in her third season

at USC... Won a bronze medal at the 2011

World University Games in the summer playing

for Mexico with teammate Leticia Nazari Urbina.

2011: Pulido finished 2011 ranked No. 28 in the

nation in ITA doubles with Alison Ramos... Sidelined

for part of the season with an ankle injury...

Appeared in the NCAA First Round of doubles

with Ramos... Was 12-9 overall in singles, going

8-6 in dual matches... Split time between the No.

4 position (3-4) and No. 5 (5-2)... Went 19-11

overall in doubles, going 6-7 in dual matches...

Was 18-10 overall with Ramos, going 5-6 in dual matches with a 3-2 mark

at No. 1 and 2-4 at No. 2... Also went 1-1 with Lyndsay Kinstler at the No.

2 position... Pulido entered the spring ranked No. 11 in doubles with Ramos...

In the fall, Pulido was ranked No. 74 in the nation in singles... Went

2-2 in fall singles, competing in ITA/Riviera All-American qualifying and

reaching the ITA Southwest Regional Round of 16... In fall doubles, went

12-2 with Ramos, working through prequalifying and qualifying to reach

the ITA/Riviera All-American quarterfinals and winning the ITA Southwest

Regional Doubles Championship... Also reached the USTA/ITA National

Indoor doubles quarterfinals.

2010: Pulido finished her freshman season ranked No. 112 in the nation in

singles and No. 69 in doubles with Maria Sanchez... Went 28-10 overall in

singles, including an 18-5 mark in dual-match play... Played at the No. 3 (1-0),

No. 4 (16-5) and No. 5 (1-0) positions... Went 7-1 in Pac-10 dual matches...

Played in the Pac-10 Singles Championships first round... In doubles, went

19-6 overall, going 12-11 in dual matches... With 6-4 overall with Sanchez,

going 2-2 at the No. 1 position... Went 5-4 at No. 2 with Alison Ramos and

4-3 at No. 3 with Cristala Andrews... Also paired with Sarah Fansler (1-1)

and Lyndsay Kinstler (1-1) during the season... Entered the spring ranked

No. 37 in the nation in ITA singles and No. 19 in doubles with Sanchez...

During the fall, went 9-2 in singles competing at the Cal Nike Invite and ITA

Regionals and winning out at the Duals in the Desert... In fall doubles, went

6-4 playing with Cristala Andrews and Lyndsay Kinstler and reaching the ITA

Regionals quarterfinals with Sanchez.

HIGH SCHOOL: Marsico attended Preparatoria Nueva Opción in Cuernavaca,

Morelos, Mexico... Won the Group A doubles championship at the Casablanca

Cup... Also was a semifinalist in singles at the Cup... A two-time tournament

singles champion with wins in 2007 and 2008... Competed at the Fed Cup

and at the Central American Games... Held WTA Tour rankings as high as No.

• 7 •

SOPHOMORE

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. • ST. MARGARET’S EPISCOPAL

MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES DOUBLES

Overall Dual Matches Overall Dual Matches

Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

2011 0 7 .000 0 3 .000 1 1 .500 1 0 1.000

PERSONAL: Hayley Hunt Miller was born July 4, 1992 in Laguna Beach,

Calif... Daughter of Dick and Gretchen... Has one sister, Piper... Is one of 18

family members to attend USC... Her mother was an All-American tennis

player at USC, and her father played at Pepperdine... Enjoys wakeboarding,

traveling and spending time with friends in her free time... Lists Steffie Graf

as her biggest sports hero... A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority...

Majoring in history.

JUNIOR

CUERNAVACA, MEXICO • PREP. NUEVA OPCIÓN

PULIDO’S CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES DOUBLES

Overall Dual Matches Overall Dual Matches

Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

2010 28 10 .737 18 5 .783 19 6 .760 12 11 .522

2011 12 9 .571 8 6 .571 19 11 .633 6 7 .462

TOTALS 40 19 .678 26 11 .703 38 17 .691 18 18 .500

418 in singles and No. 341 in doubles in 2008... In 2005, finished as a singles

finalist at the ITA/Morelia 2-MEX and won the tournament title in doubles.

PERSONAL: Valeria Pulido was born Jan. 1, 1990 in Jojutla, Morelos, Mexico...

Daughter of Victoria Velasco and Jesús Pulido... Has one sister, Victoria,

who played tennis at Miami-Ohio... Favorite sports moment was winning

her first match outside Mexico at the 2000 Orange Bowl... Enjoys listening

to music, going to dinner and movies with friends and reading in her free

time... Lists Roger Federer as her biggest sports hero... Has always wanted

to go on a backpacking trip in Europe... Would like to play professionally

after graduation... Is majoring in sociology and minoring in psychology.

Senior Bio


2012 USC WOM

1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

Newcomers

GABRIELLA DESIMONE

THIS SEASON: Gabriella DeSimone is in her first season at USC.

GIULIANA OLMOS

THIS SEASON: Giuliana Olmos is in her first season at USC.

JACKIE OWENS

THIS SEASON: Jackie Owens is in her first season at USC as a transfer from Pepperdine.

• 8 •

FRESHMAN

RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. • CATHEDRAL CATH. HS

HIGH SCHOOL: DeSimone went undefeated on the way to CIF singles titles as a freshman and sophomore at Cathedral Catholic

High in Del Mar, Calif.... Named 2007 and 2008 San Diego Union Tribune Female Tennis Player of the Year... Twice honors as San

Diego Hall of Fame Athlete of the Month... Won the 2010 ITF Costa Rica Bowl championships... Ranked in the top-5 national in

12, 14, 16 and 18 age groups

PERSONAL: Gabriella DeSimone was born Feb. 27, 1993 in La Jolla, Calif.... Daughter of Bob and Sue... Has one brother, Bobby...

Hopes to win an NCAA championship while at USC... Would like to play professionally after graduation... Has not decided on a major.

FRESHMAN

FREMONT, CALIF. • VISTA ALTERNATIVE HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Olmos was a 2011 Valedictorian for Vista Alternative School... Junior top performances include reaching the

2008 Orange Bowl semifinals and 2009 semifinals at the 16s Hard Courts... Also finished third at the 2009 Easter Bowl and was

a finalist at thte 2011 Delray Beach ITF... Won the doubles championship at th 2011 Delray Beach ITF... Played for Mexico at the

2009 World Junior Fed Cup, going undefeated at the No. 1 position to help her team finish 13th overall... One of those five wins

was against Aleksandra Sasnovich of Belarus.

PERSONAL: Giuliana Marion Olmos was born March 4, 1993 in Schwarzach, Salzburg, Austria... Daughter of Marion and Roman

Olmos... Has two sisters, Zoe and Sarah... Enjoys baking, swimming, reading and spending time with family and friends in

her free time... Lists Muhammed Ali as her biggest sports hero... Has always wanted to sky dive... Would like to visit London,

Paris, Egypt, Australia, Tokyo and Morocco... Hopes to play tennis professionally after graduation... Has not decided on a major.

SENIOR

LAHAINA, HAWAI’i • LAHAINALUNA HS/PEPPERDINE

AT PEPPERDINE: Owens played one match in 2011 with the Waves, winning in dual-match singles vs. Hawai’i... Earned WCC

Commissioner’s Honor Roll “gold” honors.

AT WASHINGTON STATE: Owens finished fall 2010-11 season with a singles record of 2-1 and a doubles mark of 1-2... Was 20-6

in singles play in 2009-10... Won Flight C of the Gonzaga/Eastern Washington Invitational... Reached the semifinals of the Gray

Bracket at the Cougar Classic... Had a seven-match win streak during the fall season... Was 4-3 in doubles play while partnered

with fellow freshman Cara Brown... Posted a 6-9 overall doubles record.

HIGH SCHOOL: Owens graduated from Lahainaluna High School in 2009... Earned four varsity letters... Played No.1 singles and

doubles... Team captain 2007-09... Four-year team MVP... Undefeated in Maui Interscholastic League play and named MIL Player

of the Year all four seasons... Sophomore year placed third at state championship and was ranked No.1 in Hawaii USTA section...

Junior year placed second at state championship... Senior year placed second at state championship... Named Lahainaluna High’s Most Outstanding Athlete

of the Year in 2009... Was Hawaii’s state winner of the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award and finished 2009 ranked No.1 in Hawaii USTA section.

PERSONAL: Jacki Owens was born in Anaheim, Calif.... Daughter of Gregory and Bernadette... Grew up in Lahaina, Hawai’i... Aunt Monica Sharman played

tennis at Cal Tech... Favorite pro tennis player is Kim Clijsters... Majoring in communications


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

SABRINA SANTAMARIA

FRESHMAN

LOS ANGELES, Calif. • CAMPBELL HALL HS

THIS SEASON: Sabrina Santamaria is in her first season at USC having won the ITF Evansville Open doubles title over the summer.

HIGH SCHOOL: Santamaria led Campbell Hall High to back-to-back CIF Division I team championships while also winning the

CIF Southern Section singles title in 2010 and doubles title in 2009... At Campbell Hall in North Hollywood, Calif., she was a

four-time LA Daily News Player of the Year and a two-time All-American... Also named Southern California High School Player

of the Year in 2010 and was the 2011 CalHi Sports Female Athlete of the Year... Was rated the No. 1 recruit in the nation by

tennisrecruiting.net... Career best WTA singles ranking was 819, and was 797 in doubles... Won 2008 ITF Panama Bowl doubles

title and back-to-back $10,000 pro circuit doubles titles... Placed third in the 14s at the 2007 Easter Bowl... Represented the

United States at the 2007 Bonnebelle Cup and 2007 North American Junior Challenger... Also competed for Southern California

at the 2007 Maze Cup and the Fed Cup in 2008 and 2009... An honor student.

PERSONAL: Sabrina Ashley Vida Santamaria was born Feb. 24, 1993... Daughter of Ivan and Anneli Santamaria... Has one halfbrother,

Ivan... Has always wanted to win a national championship at USC... Has been involved with Amnesty International... Hopes

to travel to Greece... Has not declared a major but hopes to pursue a degree in kinesiology and go on to graduate school for medicine or physical therapy.

ZOË SCANDALIS

• 9 •

FRESHMAN

SAN DIEGO, Calif. • SAN PASQUAL HS

THIS SEASON: Zoë Scandalis is in her first season at USC having beaten both the No. 147 and No. 210 ranked WTA players in

tournaments over the summer.

HIGH SCHOOL: Scandalis won a league title and reached the CIF section singles final as a freshman at San Pasqual High in Escondido,

Calif.... Was named to the 2007 North County Times First Team... Played just one season at San Pasqual... Posted an

18-3 record at the junior level in 2010... Reached final of the 2010 ITF Claremont... Won 2010 Pilot Pen championship... Was

the 2010 Hard Court National Open champion in both singles and doubles... An honor student.

PERSONAL: Zoë Gwen Scandalis was born Sept. 21, 1993... Daughter of Aneesa Baker and Will Scandalis and stepfather Dewain

Baker... Has one brother, Eli... Her father Will was a professional triathlete... Mother Aneesa played lacrosse and rugby at Johns

Hopkins... Cousin Sania Mirza was the first Indian woman to be seeded in a Grand Slam event, the first Indian to break the WTA

top 30 rankings and won the 2009 mixed doubles championship at the Australian Open... Enjoys singing, dancing and going to the

beach in her free time... Lists Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Serena Williams as her biggest sports heroes... Would like to travel

to Spain... Has not declared a major, but hopes to pursue a career in sports management and marketing after playing professional tennis after graduation.

TEAM RANKINGS (Jan. 3)

1. Florida

2. Stanford

3. Duke

4. North Carolina

5. UCLA

6. Baylor

7. Georgia

8. California

9. Virginia

10. Michigan

11. Miami

12. Northwestern

13. Georgia Tech

14. Clemson

15. Vanderbilt

16. USC

17. Florida State

18. Tennessee

19. Arizona State

20. Notre Dame

21. Texas

22. Tulsa

23. Alabama

24. Arkansas

25. Oklahoma

2012 CAMPBELL/ITA PRESEASON RANKINGS

SINGLES RANKINGS (Jan. 3)

1. Mallory Burdette, Stanford

2. Chelsey Gullickson Georgia

3. Allie Will, Florida

4. Joanna Mather, Florida

5. Jana Juricova, California

5. Nicole Gibbs, Stanford

7. Beatrice Capra, Duke

8. Robin Anderson, UCLA

9. Jacqueline Cako, Arizona State

10. Denise Dy Washington

11. Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar, Texas A&M

12. Kristi Boxx Mississippi

13. Mary Anne Macfarlane, Alabama

14. Diana Nakic, Baylor University

15. Anna Bartenstein Miami

16. Lauren McHale, North Carolina

17. Petra Niedermayerova, Kansas State

18. Sabrina Santamaria, USC

19. Zoë Scandalis, USC

20. Anya Morgina, South Carolina

42. Danielle Lao, USC

99. Kaitlyn Christian, USC

DOUBLES RANKINGS (Jan. 3)

1. Burdette/Gibbs, Stanford

2. Gullickson/Gilchrist, Georgia

3. Christian/Santamaria, USC

4. Boxx/Guthrie, Mississippi

5. Frilling/Mathews, Notre Dame

6. Abu Mushrefova/Hamilton, Northwestern

7. Capra/Goldfeld, Duke

8. Wong/Bek, Clemson

9. Pluskota/Szekely, Tennessee

10. Oyen/Will, Florida

11. Kelleher/Khmylev, Boston College

12. Anderson/Morton, UCLA

13. Gullickson/Kimbell, Georgia

14. Wu/Mira, Vanderbilt

15. Embree/Mather, Florida

16. Yu/Brook, Yale

17. Guarachi/Macfarlane, Alabama

18. Boren/Toti, Tennessee

19. Leung/Bartnik, Columbia

20. Talbert/Duncan, Wake Forest

Newcomers


2012 USC WOM

1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

2011 BREAKDOWN

2011 WOMEN’S TENNIS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

2010-11 Results & Records

Overall Record: ............................................. 15-8

Pac-10 Record: ............................................... 4-4

Pac-10 Finish: ........................................5th place

Home Record: ................................................ 8-4

Away Record: ................................................. 5-4

Neutral Record: .............................................. 2-0

2011 FINAL PAC-10

STANDINGS

School Conf. Overall Final Rank

Stanford* 8-0 23-0 No. 2

UCLA 7-1 18-5 No. 5

California 6-2 16-6 No. 9

USC 5-3 16-6 No. 19

Arizona State 4-4 15-6 No. 18

Washington 2-6 12-10 No. 26

Arizona 2-6 15-9 No. 35

Oregon 1-7 13-10 NR

Washington State 1-7 7-14 NR

2010 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result

Jan. 18 Cal State Northridge W 6-1

Jan. 21 #42 Long Beach State W 6-1

Jan. 29 #46 NC State@ W 4-3

Jan. 30 #8 Michigan@ L 5-2

Feb. 8 #60 San Diego State W 7-0

Feb. 10 #27 South Florida W 6-1

Feb. 13 #22 Texas W 6-1

Feb. 25 at #27 San Diego W 5-2

March 2 at #17 UCLA L 5-2

March 4 #20 Washington * W 6-1

March 10 #59 Fresno State W 6-1

March 12 at #30 Pepperdine W 5-2

March 15 Syracuse W 4-3

March 16 #21 Arizona State L 4-3

March 25 #10 California * L 5-2

March 26 #2 Stanford * L 6-1

April 1 at #75 Oregon * W 7-0

April 2 at Washington State * W 6-1

April 8 at #15 Arizona State * L 6-1

April 9 at #29 Arizona * W (forfeit)

April 15 #6 UCLA * L 5-2

May 14 vs. #42 St. Mary’s^ W 4-1

May 15 at #9 California^ L 4-1

Home matches in bold (at Marks Stadium)

* Pac-10 Conference counting match

@ ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

^ NCAA Regionals (Berkeley, Calif.)

SINGLES #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 DUAL PAC-10 OVERALL STREAK

Cristala Andrews -- -- -- 1-0 4-5 5-6 10-11 3-4 13-20 L1

#90 Kaitlyn Christian -- 1-0 10-3 4-1 -- -- 15-4 5-1 26-9 L1

Jennifer Goldman -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Lyndsay Kinstler -- -- -- -- 1-1 3-5 4-6 1-1 7-13 L2

#23 Danielle Lao 2-0 11-8 -- -- -- -- 13-8 3-4 26-13 L1

Elizabeth Marisco -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Hayley Miller -- -- -- -- -- 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-7 L7

Valeria Pulido -- -- -- 3-4 5-2 -- 8-6 1-4 12-9 L1

Alison Ramos -- 2-0 2-5 4-5 1-3 -- 9-13 3-4 11-21 L1

#3 Maria Sanchez 16-2 -- -- -- -- -- 16-2 5-2 36-5 L1

Totals 18-2 14-8 12-8 12-10 11-11 8-14 75-53 21-21 131-97

DOUBLES #1 #2 #3 DUAL PAC-10 OVERALL STREAK

Andrews/Christian -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- 2-1 W1

Andrews/Kinstler -- -- -- -- -- 0-2 L2

Andrews/Miller -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 L1

Andrews/Ramos -- 1-0 8-2 9-2 3-0 10-3 L3

Christian/Miller -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0 W1

#5 Christian/Sanchez 13-2 3-0 -- 16-2 6-0 30-5 L1

Kinstler/Lao -- 6-3 6-3 12-6 3-3 19-10 L1

Kinstler/Pulido -- 1-1 -- 1-1 -- 1-1 L1

Lao/Sanchez 0-1 -- -- 0-1 0-1 0-1 L1

#28 Pulido/Ramos 3-2 2-4 -- 5-6 1-3 18-10 L4

Totals 16-5 13-8 16-5 45-18 13-7 81-34

TEAM RANKINGS

1. Florida

2. Stanford

3. Duke

4. North Carolina

5. UCLA

6. Baylor

7. Miami

8. Georgia

9. California

10. Michigan

11. Virginia

12. Northwestern

13. Georgia Tech

14. Clemson

15. Florida State

16. Vanderbilt

17. Tennessee

18. Arizona State

19. USC

20. Notre Dame

SINGLES RANKINGS

1. Jana Juricova, California

2. Hilary Barte, Stanford

3. Maria Sanchez, USC

4. Allie Will, Florida

5. Bianca Eichkorn, Miami

6. Denise Muresan Michigan

7. Kristy Frilling, Notre Dame

8. Denise Dy Washington

9. Lauren Embree, Florida

10. Maria Mosolova, Northwestern

11. Zoe De Bruycker, North Carolina

12. Nicole Gibbs, Stanford

13. Josipa Bek, Clemson University

14. Chelsey Gullickson, Georgia

15. Marta Lesniak, SMU

16. Mari Andersson, California

17. Venise Chan, Washington

18. Jacqueline Cako, Arizona State

19. Stacey Tan Stanford

20. Sona Novakova, Baylor

23. Danielle Lao, USC

90. Kaitlyn Christian, USC

TROJANS IN THE 2010-11 ITA/CAMPBELL NATIONAL RANKINGS...

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2011 ITA FINAL RANKINGS

DOUBLES RANKINGS

1. Barte/Burdette, Stanford

2. Andersson/Juricova, California

3. Wong/Bek, Clemson

4. Eichkorn/Bartenstein, Miami

5. Christian/Sanchez, USC

6. Cercone/Will, Florida

7. Featherston/McHale, North Carolina

8. Gullickson/Fuller, Georgia

9. Chan/Dy, Washington

10. Abu Mushrefova/Hamilton, Northwestern

11. Bolender/Muresan, Michigan

12. Oyen/Will, Florida

13. Frilling/Mathews, Notre Dame

14. Sandhya Nagaraj/Bhambri, NC State

15. Caroline Lilley/O’Neill, Georgia Tech

16. McKenna/Hein, Arizona State

17. Talbert/Duncan, Wake Forest

18. Tigu/Paulson, Arkansas

19. Fraser/Tomlijanovic, Virginia

20. Boren Natalie Pluskota, Tennessee

28. Pulido/Ramos, USC

Pre J4 J25 F3 F8 F14 F22 M1 M8 M15 M22 M29 A5 A12 A19 A26 M2 Final/J8

USC -- 19 18 19 17 15 17 15 16 9 13 14 13 14 15 17 18 19

Kaitlyn Christian NR 114 -- -- -- NR -- 113 -- NR -- 104 -- 124 99 99 103 90

Danielle Lao 28 10 -- -- -- 25 -- 18 -- 25 -- 26 -- 21 23 23 24 23

Valeria Pulido 74 NR -- -- -- NR -- NR -- NR -- NR -- NR NR NR NR NR

Alison Ramos 19 NR -- -- -- NR -- NR -- NR -- NR -- NR NR NR NR NR

Maria Sanchez 3 3 -- -- -- 1 -- 2 -- 1 -- 1 -- 2 2 2 2 3

Andrews/Ramos NR NR -- -- -- NR -- NR -- NR -- NR -- 89 NR 77 77 NR

Christian/Sanchez 42 80 -- -- -- 9 -- 20 -- 7 -- 5 -- 5 3 5 4 5

Pulido/Ramos NR 11 -- -- -- 15 -- 10 -- 11 -- 21 -- 20 29 28 31 28

-- denotes only team rankings released on particular date


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

2011 PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR MARIA SANCHEZ

2011 PAC-10 WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS

SINGLES

[1] #2 Maria Sanchez (Tournament)

Round of 32: ............................................................. def. Ksenia Googe (WSU) - 6-1, 6-1

Round of 16: .................................................def. #107 Pavlina Smatova (ORE) - 6-2, 6-1

Quarterfinals: .....................................def. [5] #20 Mallory Burdette (STAN) - 2-6, 6-2, 6-1

Semifinals: ............................................................. def. #60 Stacey Tan (STAN) - 6-2, 6-1

Championship: ............................................... lost to [7] #25 Kristie Ahn (STAN) - 7-5, 6-1

Cristala Andrews (Tournament)

Round of 32: ...............................................lost to [4] #18 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) - 6-0, 6-1

#99 Kaitlyn Christian (Tournament)

Round of 32: ..................................................... def. Patricia Skowronski (ORE) - 6-2, 6-0

Round of 16: ............................................................. def. Anett Schutting (CAL) - 6-3, 6-0

Quarterfinals: ................................................. lost to [7] #25 Kristie Ahn (STAN) - 6-1, 6-0

Lyndsay Kinstler (Invitational)

Round of 32: .................................................................................................................bye

Round of 16: .................................................... lost to Andjela Kankaras (WSU) - 6-1, 6-4

Hayley Miller (Invitational)

Round of 32: ...................................................... lost to Elizabeth Ecker (STAN) - 6-4, 6-0

Alison Ramos (Invitational)

Round of 32: .................................................................................................................bye

Round of 16: .................................................lost to Sianna Simmons (ASU) - 6-0, 7-6 (3)

DOUBLES

[2] #5 Kaitlyn Christian / Maria Sanchez (Tournament)

Round of 16: .......................................................... def. Kankaras/Musilovich (WSU) - 8-5

Quarterfinals: ..................................................................... def. Marks/Smyth (ARIZ) - 8-4

Semifinals: ............................................................def. [4] #24 Hein/McKenna (ASU) - 8-3

Championship: .........................lost to [1] #1 Andersson/Juricova (CAL) - 7-6 (8), 4-6, 6-1

#77 Cristala Andrews / Alison Ramos (Tournament)

Round of 16: .......................................................... def. Skowronski/Smatova (ORE) - 8-3

Quarterfinals: ...............................................lost to [1] #1 Andersson/Juricova (CAL) - 9-7

[1] Lyndsay Kinstler / Danielle Lao (Invitational)

Round of 16: .................................................................................................................bye

Quarterfinals: ............................................................... def. Googe/Troedson (WSU) - 8-1

Semifinals: ..................................................................lost to Burdette/Dillon (STAN) - 8-6

• 11 •

2011 NCAA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS

TEAM TOURNAMENT (BERKELEY, CALIF.)

First Round: ..................................................................................... def. Saint Mary’s 4-1

Second Round: ................................................................................. lost to California 4-1

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT (STANFORD, CALIF.)

SINGLES

[2] Maria Sanchez

First Round: .........................................................def. Diane Nakic (Baylor) - 2-6, 6-2, 6-2

Round of 32: .......................................................... lost to Mari Andersson (Cal) - 6-2, 6-3

Danielle Lao

First Round: ................................................def. [9-16] Sona Novakova (Baylor) - 6-2, 6-4

Round of 32: .......................................................lost to Nicole Gibbs (Stanford) - 6-2, 6-1

DOUBLES

[3] Kaitlyn Christian / Maria Sanchez

First Round: ..................................................................def. Fahoum/Nze (Duke - 7-6, 6-1

Round of 16: ..............................................def. Frilling/Matthews (Notre Dame) - 6-4, 6-2

Quarterfinals: ...........................................................def. Chan/Dy (Washington) - 6-1, 6-4

Semifinals: .....................................................lost to [5-8] Bek/Wong (Clemson) - 6-4, 6-4

Alison Ramos / Valeria Pulido

First Round: ........................................ lost to Fraser/Tomljanovic (Virginia) - 6-3, 3-6, 6-3

USC WOMEN’S TENNIS HISTORY

Year Overall National Finish Conf. Conf. Finish

1977 17-0 1st 8-0 1st

1978 16-1 1st 8-0 1st

1979 20-1 1st 7-1 1st

1980 30-0 1st 11-0 1st

1981 33-1 3rd 13-0 1st

1982^ 22-5 4th 11-1 1st (t)

1983 31-0 NCAA CHAMPION 13-0 1st

1984 26-7 2nd 13-2 2nd

1985 33-2 NCAA CHAMPION 13-1 1st (t)

1986 22-3 2nd 7-1 1st (t)

1987 14-13 First Round 4-6 4th

1988 19-5 Semifinals 7-3 2nd

1989 16-7 Quarterfinals 6-4 3rd (t)

1990 19-8 Quarterfinals 5-5 3rd (t)

1991 7-18 — 0-10 6th

1992 8-12 Second Round 1-9 6th

1993 15-9 First Round 3-7 5th

1994 11-13 Second Round 2-7 5th

1995 8-14 First Round 2-8 6th

1996 16-9 First Round 4-6 4th

1997 10-16 Regionals 0-10 6th

1998 13-11 Regionals 3-5 6th

1999 21-9 Quarterfinals 7-1 2nd

2000 18-9 Quarterfinals 4-4 4th

2001 20-8 Quarterfinals 6-2 2nd (t)

2002 19-8 Round of 16 7-1 2nd

2003 22-6 Quarterfinals 5-3 4th

2004 18-7 Round of 16 7-1 2nd

2005 19-4 Quarterfinals 7-1 2nd

2006 21-4 Semifinals 7-1 2nd

2007 19-5 Round of 16 6-2 2nd (t)

2008 *19-8 *Round of 16 *5-3 4th

2009 *21-3 Second Round *8-0 1st

2010 14-10 Second Round 5-3 4th

2011 15-8 Second Round 4-4 4th

*652-244 (.728) *219-112 (.662)

^ NCAA women’s tennis competition begins in 1982.

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins recorded by ineligible player, 3 wins left undecided

in 2008; 1 win (conference) becomes a loss and 4 wins left undecided in 2009. [Revised

records: 16-8 overall and still 5-3 Pac-10 in 2008; 16-4 overall and 7-1 in 2009; all-time

overall record 644-245 (.724); all-time conference record 218-113 (.659)]

2011 Results & Records


2012 USC WOM

1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

#19 USC 6, Cal State Northridge 1

Jan. 18, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) def. Doane/Man-Son-Hing (CSUN) -- 8-1

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Jaworowski/Yang (CSUN) -- 8-7 (6)

(3) Christian/Miller (USC) def. Cheung/Sirojiddinova (CSUN) -- 8-3

Order of finish: 1, 3, 2

SINGLES

(1) #10 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Brooke Doane (CSUN) -- 7-5, 6-1

(2) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Nina Jaworowski (CSUN) -- 6-0, 6-2

(3) #114 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Nigora Sirojiddinova (CSUN) -- 6-1,

6-3

(4) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Sabrina Man-Son-Hing (CSUN) -- 6-1, 6-1*

(5) Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) def. Ryma Korab (CSUN) -- 6-1, 6-7, 1-0

(10-2)

(6) Lorraine Cheung (CSUN) def. Hayley Miller (USC) -- 6-1, 6-2

Order of finish: 2, 3, 4*, 1, 6, 5

2011 Match-by-Match

#18 USC 6, #42 Long Beach State 1

Jan. 21, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) def. Dallara/Armstron (LBSU) -- 8-4

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Jeczmionka/Alawi (LBSU) -- 8-2

(3) Andrews/Christian (USC) def. Cantlay/Luzar (LBSU) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 2, 1, 3

SINGLES

(1) #10 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Dallara (LBSU) -- 6-2, 6-3

(2) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Alawi (LBSU) -- 6-2, 6-2

(3) #114 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Armstrong (LBSU) -- 6-2, 6-4*

(4) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Jeczmionka (LBSU) -- 6-1, 6-1

(5) Cantlay (LBSU) def. Cristala Andrews -- 2-6, 6-3, 1-0 (11-9)

(6) Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) def. Luzar (LBSU) -- 6-3, 7-6

Order of finish: 4, 2, 3*, 1, 5, 6

ITA KICK-OFF WEEKEND

#18 USC 4, #47 NC State 3

Jan. 29, 2011 — Ann Arbor, Mich.

DOUBLES

(1) #80 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #7 Nagaraj/Bhambri (NCSt) -- 8-4

(2) Hojckova/Illova (NCSt) vs. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 7-4 susp.

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. #86 Sipes/Miller (NCSt) -- 8-4

Order of finish: 1, 3

SINGLES

(1) #3 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #53 Sandhya Nagaraj (NCSt) -- 6-2, 6-2

(2) #32 Sanaa Bhambri (NCSt) def. #10 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-4, 2-6,

1-0 (13-11)

(3) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Lenka Hojckova (NCSt) -- 6-0, 6-3*

(4) Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Tana Illova (NCSt) -- 6-4, 6-2

(5) Joelle Kissell (NCSt) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-4, 3-6, 1-0 ret.

(6) Christy Sipes (NCSt) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 1-6, 6-4, 6-2

Order of finish: 1, 4, 3*, 5, 6, 2

#8 Michigan 5, #18 USC 2

Jan. 30, 2011 — Ann Arbor, Mich.

DOUBLES

(1) #80 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Taney/Tatsuno (UM) -- 8-4

(2) Bolender/Muresan (UM) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 8-3

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Critser/Nguyen (UM) -- 9-8 (7)

Order of finish: 2, 1, 3

SINGLES

(1) #3 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #11 Denise Muresan (UM) -- 6-0, 6-2

(2) #105 Sam Critser (UM) def. #10 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 5-7, 6-2, 6-4

(3) Brooke Bolender (UM) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-1, 6-1

(4) Mimi Nguyen (UM) def. #114 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) -- 6-3, 5-7, 7-5*

(5) #61 Whitney Taney (UM) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-1, 6-1

(6) Rika Tatsuno (UM) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 6-3, 6-1

Order of finish: 3, 6, 1, 5, 4*, 2

#17 USC 7, #60 San Diego State 0

Feb. 8, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) Aguilar/Wais (SDSU) def. #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-6

(2) #80 Christian/Sanchez (USC) vs. Cioffi/Trunk (SDSU) -- 8-6

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) vs. Colman/S.Ellison (SDSU) -- 8-2

Order of finish: 3, 1, 2

SINGLES

(1) #3 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. Julia Trunk (SDSU) -- 6-3, 6-3

(2) #10 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Alicia Aguilar (SDSU) -- 6-3, 6-4

(3) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Julia Wais (SDSU) -- 6-4, 6-4

(4) #114 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Sierra Ellison (SDSU) -- 6-3, 7-5

(5) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Emma Cioffi (SDSU) -- 1-6, 6-3, 6-1*

(6) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Olivia Colman (SDSU) -- 6-0, 6-3

Order of finish: 6, 3, 5*, 4, 2, 1

#17 USC 6, #27 USF 1

Feb. 10, 2011 - Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) def. #25 Bejikova/Martinez (USF) -- 8-6

(2) #80 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #45 Rehberger/Vasenina (USF)

-- 8-2

(3) Bonte/Parker (USF) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES

(1) #3 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #25 Irene Rehberger (USF) -- 6-4, 6-0*

(2) #10 Danielle Lao (USC) def. #45 Ecaterina Vasenina (USF) -- 6-2, 6-1

(3) Loreto Alonso Martinez (USF) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 7-6 (2), 6-3

(4) #110 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Janette Bejlkova (USF) -- 6-2, 6-0

(5) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Alessandra Bonte (USF) -- 6-0, 6-0

(6) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Kate Parker (USF) -- 6-1, 6-1

Order of finish: 5, 4, 1*, 6, 2, 3

#17 USC 6, #22 Texas 1

Feb. 13, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) Gaytan-Leach/Craddock(UT) def. #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-6

(2) #80 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #87 Damico\Ellis (UT) -- 8-5

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Gajic/Larsson (UT) -- 8-2

Order of finish: 3, 1, 2

SINGLES

(1) #3 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #8 Aeriel Ellis (UT) -- 6-3, 7-5*

(2) #10 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Krista Damico (UT) -- 6-3, 6-4

(3) Maggie Mello (UT) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (2)

(4) #110 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Juliana Gajic (UT) -- 6-3, 2-6, 6-1

(5) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Elizabeth Begley (UT) -- 6-1, 6-0

(6) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Cierra Gaytan-Leach (UT) -- 4-6, 6-3, 6-3

Order of finish: 5, 2, 1*, 6, 4, 3

#17 USC 5, #27 San Diego 2

Feb. 25, 2011 — San Diego, Calif.

DOUBLES

(1)#11 Sanchez/Christian (USC) def. Coupez/Hoffpauir (USD) -- 8-5

(2) #16 Pulido/Ramos (USC) def. Escalona/Claus -- 8-5

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Depenau/Sujica (USD) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 1, 2, 3

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #66 Stephanie Hoffpauir (USD) -- 5-7,

6-4, 6-3

(2) #25 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Josymar Escalona (USD) -- 0-6, 7-5, 6-4*

(3) Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Laura Claus (USD) -- 7-5, 6-1

(4) Juliette Coupez (USD) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-4, 6-3

(5) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Anna Depenau (USD) -- 6-3, 7-6 (5)

(6) Maja Sujica (USD) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-4, 7-5

Order of finish: 4, 3, 6, 5, 2*, 1

• 12 •

ALISON RAMOS & VALERIA PULIDO

#17 UCLA 5, #15 USC 2

March 2, 2011 — Los Angeles Tennis Center

DOUBLES

(1) #20 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Dolehide/Seguso (UCLA) -- 8-0

(2) Hickey/Jones (UCLA) def. #10 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-0

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Montez/Remynse (UCLA) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 2, 1, 3

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #73 McCall Jones (UCLA) -- 6-2, 7-6 (9)

(2) Noelle Hickey (UCLA) def. #18 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-3, 6-3

(3) #64 Andrea Remynse (UCLA) def. #113 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) -- 6-3,

6-1*

(4) Pamela Montez (UCLA) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 6-3, 6-1

(5) #121 Courtney Dolehide (UCLA) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-3, 5-7,

1-0 (10-7)

(6) Maya Johansson (UCLA) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-2, 6-0

Order of finish: 4, 6, 2, 3*, 1, 5

#15 USC 6, #20 Washington 1

Friday, March 4 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #20 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #6 Chan/Dy (UW) -- 8-7 (3)

(2) #10 Pulido/Ramos (USC) def. Nemcevic/Smith (UW) -- 8-1

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Krsljanin/Radunovic (UC) -- 8-0

Order of finish: 3, 2, 1

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #6 Denise Dy (UW) -- 2-6, 6-4, 1-0

(10-6)

(2) #27 Venise Chan (UW) def. #18 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 7-6 (2), 7-6 (6)

(3) #113 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Samantha Smith (UW) -- 6-3, 6-2

(4) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Andjela Nemcevic (UW) -- 3-6, 5-2 ret. (inj)*

(5) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Aleksandra Krsljanin (UW) -- 4-6, 6-4, 1-0

(10-4)

(6) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Vanja Radunovic (UW) -- 6-1, 6-1

Order of finish: 6, 3, 4*, 1, 5, 2

#16 USC 6, #59 Fresno State 1

March 10, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #20 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Jodoin/McQueen (FSU) -- 8-7 (0)

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Kirpicheva/Modoc (FSU) -- 8-3

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Hayley/Pola (FSU) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. Marianne Jodoin (FSU) -- 6-3, 6-0

(2) #18 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Laura Pola (FSU) -- 6-1, 6-2*

(3) #113 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Melissa McQueen (FSU) -- 6-2, 6-3

(4) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Mary Abby Haley (FSU) -- 6-2, 6-4

(5) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Bianca Modoc (FSU) -- 6-3, 6-0

(6) Olga Kirpicheva (FSU) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 6-3, 5-7, 1-0

(12-10)

Order of finish: 5, 1, 2*, 3, 6, 4


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

#16 USC 5, #30 Pepperdine 2

March 12, 2011 — Malibu, Calif.

DOUBLES

(1) #20 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Colffer/Zalameda (PEP) -- 8-1

(2) Bhargava/Granillo (PEP) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 8-5

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Issara/Oates (PEP) -- 8-3

Order of finish: 1, 3, 2

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. Arianna Colffer (PEP) -- 6-3, 6-2

(2) #18 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Anamika Bhargava (PEP) -- 6-4, 6-2

(3) #113 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Ale Granillo (PEP) -- 6-3, 5-7, 1-0

(10-8)

(4) Marie Zalameda (PEP) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 2-6, 6-4, 6-4

(5) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Khunpak Issara (PEP) -- 6-4, 7-5*

(6) Andrea Oates (PEP) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 6-1, 6-3

Order of finish: 1, 2, 6, 5*, 4, 3

#9 USC 4, Syracuse 3

March 15, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) Harman/Kobelt (SU) def. #7 Christian/Sanchez (USC) -- 8-5

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Kalhorn/Parra (SU) -- 8-3

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Marrow/Raskiewicz (SU) -- 8-2

Order of finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. Emily Harman (SU) -- 6-1, 6-1

(2) Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Maddie Kobelt (SU) -- 6-3, 6-1

(3) Alessondra Parra (SU) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 4-6, 6-0, 1-0

(12-10)

(4) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Christina Tan (SU) -- 6-0, 6-2*

(5) Simone Kalhorn (SU) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 6-2, 7-5

(6) Aleah Marrow (SU) def. Hayley Miller (USC) -- 6-2, 6-2

Order of finish: 2, 1, 4*, 6, 3, 5

#21 Arizona State 4, #9 USC 3

March 16, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #7 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #30 Hein/McKenna (ASU) -- 8-4

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Brycki/Cako (ASU) -- 8-4

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. #57 Brown/Simmons (ASU) -- 8-3

Order of finish: 1, 2, 3

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #17 Kelcy McKenna (ASU) -- 6-0, 6-3

(2) #16 Jacqueline Cako (ASU) def. #25 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-3, 6-3

(3) Micaela Hein (ASU) def. Kaitlyn Christian (USC) -- 6-3, 6-4

(4) #111 Hannah James (ASU) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 7-5, 2-6, 6-4*

(5) Michelle Brycki (ASU) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 7-6 (4), 2-6, 6-3

(6) Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) def. Ashlee Brown (ASU) -- 6-1, 6-4

Order of finish: 1, 6, 3, 2, 5, 4*

#10 Cal 5, #13 USC 2

March 25, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #7 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #3 Andersson/Juricova (CAL) -- 8-5

(2) Goransson/Schutting (CAL) def. #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-1

(3) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Davis/Duranteau (CAL) -- 8-2

Order of finish: 2, 3, 1

SINGLES

(1) #4 Jana Juricova (CAL) def. #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) -- 2-6, 6-2, 6-1

(2) Mari Andersson (CAL) def. #25 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-3, 6-2*

(3) Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. #57 Annie Goransson (CAL) -- 6-0, 6-4

(4) Anett Schutting (CAL) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 6-4, 6-4

(5) #48 Tayler Davis (CAL) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-3, 6-1

(6) Marina Cossou (CAL) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-3, 6-2

Order of finish: 5, 3, 4, 6, 2*, 1

#2 Stanford 6, #13 USC 1

March 26, 2011 --- Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #7 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #2 Barte/Burdette (STAN) -- 8-5

(2) Ahn/Gibbs (STAN) def. #11 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-3

(3) McVeigh/Tan (STAN) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 1, 2, 3

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #2 Hilary Barte (STAN) -- 6-3, 6-3

(2) #29 Mallory Burdette (STAN) def. #25 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-1, 6-3

(3) #11 Nicole Gibbs (STAN) def. Kaitlyn Christian (USC) -- 6-3, 7-6 (3)

(4) #21 Kristie Ahn (STAN) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 4-6, 6-0, ret. (inj)*

(5) #51 Stacey Tan (STAN) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-1, 6-3

(6) Carolyn McVeigh (STAN) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 4-6, 7-5, 1-0

(10-6)

Order of finish: 5, 2, 1, 4*, 3, 6

#14 USC 7, #75 Oregon 0

April 1, 2011 — Eugene, Ore.

DOUBLES

(1) #5 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Skowronski/Smatova (UO) -- 8-3

(2) du Toit/Metzger (UO) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 7-6 (6)

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Neubert/Stuckemann (UO) -- 8-1

Order of finish: 3, 1*, 2

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #116 Pavlina Smatova (UO) -- 7-5, 6-3

(2) #26 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Patricia Skowronski (UO) -- 6-3, 6-3*

(3) #104 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Julia Metzger (UO) -- 6-0, 6-1

(4) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Pascale Neubert (UO) -- 6-0, 6-0

(5) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Trudie du Toit (UO) -- 7-6 (1), 6-3

(6) Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) def. Lana Buttner (UO) -- 2-6, 6-4, 7-5

Order of finish: 4, 3, 2*, 5, 1, 6

#14 USC 6, Washington State 1

April 2, 2011 — Pullman, Wash.

DOUBLES

(1) #5 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. Googe/Vasilieva (WSU) -- 8-2

(2) Kinstler/Lao (USC) def. Kankaras/Musilovich (WSU) -- 8-4

(3) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Fournier/Jansen (WSU) -- 8-3

Order of finish: 1, 3, 2

SINGLES

(1) #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. Luda Vasilieva (WSU) -- 7-5, 3-6, 1-0

(13-11)

(2) #26 Danielle Lao (USC) def. Elisabeth Fournier (WSU) -- 6-0, 6-0

(3) #104 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. Ksenia Googe (WSU) -- 6-1, 6-3*

(4) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Andjela Kankaras (WSU) -- 6-2, 6-1

(5) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Olga Musilovich (WSU) -- 6-0, 3-6, 1-0

(10-6)

(6) Jessica Gomez (WSU) def. Hayley Miller (USC) -- 6-4, 6-1

Order of finish: 4, 2, 3*, 1, 6, 5

#15 Arizona State 6, #13 USC 1

April 8, 2011 — Tempe, Ariz.

DOUBLES

(1) #18 McKenna/Hein (ASU) def. Lao/Sanchez (USC) -- 8-2

(2) Andrews/Ramos (USC) def. Brycki/Cako (ASU) -- 3-6 ret.

(3) #70 Brown/Simmons def. USC -- w/o

Order of finish: 1, 2

SINGLES

(1) #19 Kelcy McKenna (ASU) def. #1 Maria Sanchez (USC) -- 6-4, 1-6,

6-4

(2) #26 Danielle Lao (USC) def. #11 Jacqueline Cako (ASU) -- 7-5, 3-2

ret. (inj)

(3) #106 Micaela Hein (ASU) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-3, 6-2

(4) #120 Hannah James (ASU) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 6-2, 1-6, 6-3

(5) Michelle Brycki (ASU) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 3-6, 6-0, 6-3*

(6) Ashlee Brown (ASU) def. Lyndsay Kinstler (USC) -- 6-4, 6-1

Order of finish: 2, 3, 6, 5*, 1, 4

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#6 UCLA 5, #13 USC 2

April 15, 2011 — Marks Stadium

DOUBLES

(1) #5 Christian/Sanchez (USC) def. #17 Dolehide/Remynse (UCLA) --

8-3

(2) #16 Hickey/Jones (UCLA) def. #20 Pulido/Ramos (USC) -- 8-3

(3) Johansson/Montez (UCLA) def. Kinstler/Lao (USC) -- 8-5

Order of finish: 2, 1, 3

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) def. #60 McCall Jones (UCLA) -- 6-1, 6-3

(2) #43 Noelle Hickey (UCLA) def. #21 Danielle Lao (USC) -- 6-2, 6-0

(3) #124 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) def. #62 Andrea Remynse (UCLA) -- 6-3,

3-0 ret. (inj)

(4) #99 Pamela Montez (UCLA) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 6-2, 6-4

(5) Maya Johansson (UCLA) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 7-5, 6-3*

(6) Carling Seguso (UCLA) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 6-2, 1-6, 6-2

Order of finish: 2, 1, 4, 5*, 3, 6

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT

FIRST ROUND

#18 USC 4, #42 Saint Mary’s 1

May 14, 2011 — Berkeley, Calif.

DOUBLES

(1) Chikhikvishvili/Poorta (SMC) def. #4 Christian/Sanchez (USC) -- 8-6

(2) Kinstler/Pulido (USC) def. Jullien/Soper (SMC) -- 8-6

(3) Bukajeva/Isip (SMC) def. #77 Andrews/Ramos (USC) -- 9-7

Order of finish: 1, 2, 3*

SINGLES

(1) #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) vs. #46 Alexandra Poorta (SMC) -- DNF

(2) #24 Danielle Lao (USC) def. #80 Catherine Isip (SMC) -- 6-1, 6-0

(3) #103 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) vs. Anna Chikhikvishvili (SMC) -- DNF

(4) Alison Ramos (USC) def. Jenny Jullien (SMC) -- 6-2, 6-1

(5) Valeria Pulido (USC) def. Claire Soper (SMC) -- 6-2, 6-1

(6) Cristala Andrews (USC) def. Alita Fisher (SMC) -- 6-0, 6-0

Order of finish: 6, 2, 5, 4*

SECOND ROUND

#9 California 4, #18 USC 1

May 15, 2011 — Berkeley, Calif.

DOUBLES

(1) #1 Andersson/Juricova (CAL) vs. #4 Christian/Sanchez (USC) -- DNF

(2) #30 Goransson/Schutting (CAL) def. Kinstler/Pulido (USC) -- 8-4

(3) Davis/Duranteau (CAL) def. #77 Andrews/Ramos (USC) -- 8-3

Order of finish: 3, 2*

SINGLES

(1) #1 Jana Juricova (CAL) vs. #2 Maria Sanchez (USC) -- DNF

(2) #24 Danielle Lao (USC) def. #23 Mari Andersson (CAL) -- 6-2, 3-6,

7-6(3)

(3) #104 Anett Schutting (CAL) vs. #103 Kaitlyn Christian (USC) -- DNF

(4) Marina Cossou (CAL) def. Alison Ramos (USC) -- 1-6, 6-3, 6-4

(5) #84 Annie Goransson (CAL) def. Valeria Pulido (USC) -- 6-0, 6-2

(6) #55 Tayler Davis (CAL) def. Cristala Andrews (USC) -- 4-6, 6-3, 7-5

Order of finish: 5, 4, 2, 6*

2011 Match-by-Match


2012 USC WOM

1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

All-Time Awards & Honors

ANNA MARIA FERNANDEZ

NATIONAL TEAM

CHAMPIONSHIPS (7)

1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Borelli (USTA)

1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Borelli (USTA)

1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Borelli (NCAA)

1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Borelli (NCAA)

NATIONAL SINGLES

CHAMPIONSHIPS (5)

1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Hallquist (USTA)

1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Hallquist (USTA)

1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stacy Margolin (USTA)

1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez (AIAW)

1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beth Herr (NCAA)

NATIONAL DOUBLES

CHAMPIONSHIPS (1)

1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T. Lewis/A. White (AIAW)

ALL-AMERICANS

1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor

1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gretchen Galt

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lea Antonopolis

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stacy Margolin

1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stacy Margolin

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Lucia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Lewis

1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Lucia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Lewis

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nina Voydat

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anne White

1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Linda Siegel

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nina Voydat

1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Lucia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sue Pendo

1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beth Herr (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janet Lagasse (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sue Pendo (D)

1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Jones (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sue Pendo (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heliane Steden (S)

1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caroline Kuhlman (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Norwood (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heliane Steden (S, D)

1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caroline Kuhlman (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dena Levy (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Norwood (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heliane Steden (S, D)

1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ginny Purdy (D)

1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux (S)

1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie London (S)

1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie London (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (S, D)

1991 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux (S)

1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Petra Schmitt (S)

1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maggie Simkova (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Suzanne Italiano (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Petra Schmitt (D)

1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Suzanne Italiano (D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole London (D)

1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ditta Huber (S)

2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewel Peterson (S)

2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewel Peterson (S)

2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewel Peterson (S,D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tiffany Brymer (D)

2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewel Peterson (S)

2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luana Magnani (S,D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carine Vermeulen (D)

2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole Leimbach (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Nelson (S)

2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Nelson (S)

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Fansler (S)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Nelson (S)

2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Amanda Fink (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gabriela Niculescu (D)

2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maria Sanchez (S)

2011 .................. Maria Sanchez (S, D)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kaitlyn Christian (D)

(S) — Singles

(D) — Doubles

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FEDERATION CUP

1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heliane Steden (Mex.)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heliane Steden (Mex.)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heliane Steden (Mex.)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claudia Hernandez (Mex.)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (Mex.)

1991 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (Mex.)

1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (Mex.)

1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo (Mex.)

JUNIOR FEDERATION CUP

1974 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor

1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor

1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Desfor (MVP)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gretchen Galt

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Hallquist (MVP)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Hallquist

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stacy Margolin

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lea Antonopolis

1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sheila McInerney

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Lucia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Lewis

1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Anne White (MVP)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Lucia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nina Voydat

1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nina Voydat

1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly Henry

TRISHA LAUX


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

JEWEL PETERSON

1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez

1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecilia Fernandez

1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Caroline Kuhlman (MVP)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maeve Quinlan

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Caroline Kuhlman (MVP)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maeve Quinlan

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

USTA, AIAW & NCAA TITLES

Diane Desfor

Amateur Clay Court Doubles ............ 1975

Amateur Grass Court Singles. ........... 1976

Gretchen Galt

21 & Under Doubles .................. 1976

Barbara Hallquist

USTA Collegiate Singles. ............... 1976

Grass Court Doubles .................. 1976

21 & Under Singles ................... 1976

Amateur Indoor Singles ................ 1977

USTA Collegiate Singles ............... 1977

Amateur Clay Court Doubles . ........... 1977

Amateur Indoor Doubles ............... 1978

Leslie Allen

ATA Singles ......................... 1977

Sheila McInerney

Amateur Clay Court Singles ............ 1977

Amateur Clay Court Doubles . ........... 1977

Amateur Clay Court

Mixed Doubles . ...................... 1977

Amateur Indoor Doubles. ............... 1978

Amateur Clay Court Singles ............. 1979

Amateur Clay Court Doubles . ........... 1979

Stacy Margolin

USTA Collegiate Singles ............... 1978

Amateur Hard Court Singles ............ 1978

Anna Lucia Fernandez

Amateur Indoor Doubles. ............... 1979

Amateur Clay Court Doubles ............ 1980

Trey Lewis

Amateur Indoor Doubles. ............... 1979

21 & Under Doubles .................. 1979

AIAW Doubles ....................... 1980

Anne White

AIAW Doubles ....................... 1980

Amateur Clay Court Singles ............ 1980

Amateur Clay Court Doubles . ........... 1980

Amateur Clay Court Mixed Doubles ...... 1980

Nina Voydat

Amateur Indoor Singles ................ 1980

Anna Maria Fernandez

AIAW Singles . ....................... 1981

Susan Pendo

National Amateur Mixed Doubles .......... 1982

National Amateur Doubles .............. 1982

Beth Herr

NCAA Singles ........................ 1983

Cecilia Fernandez

USTA Singles . ....................... 1983

Heliane Steden

USTA Singles ........................ 1983

Caroline Kuhlman

USTA Singles ........................ 1984

ITA AWARDS

ITA All-Star Team

2011 ....................... Maria Sanchez

ITA National Indoor Singles Champion

2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maria Sanchez

ITA National Senior Player of the Year

2011 ....................... Maria Sanchez

ITA Regional Senior Player of the Year

2011 ....................... Maria Sanchez

ITA National Rookie of the Year

2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Fansler

ITA Regional Rookie of the Year

2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Fansler

2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danielle Lao

ITA Regional Player fo Watch

2011 .....................Kaitlyn Christian

OTHER AWARDS

Trey Lewis

Pan Am Games (Silver Medal) ........... 1979

Anna Maria Fernandez

Tennis Broderick Award ................ 1981

Tennis Magazine Female

College Player of the Year .............. 1981

Cecilia Fernandez

World University Games (Gold Medal) ..... 1983

Heliane Steden

Pan Am Games (Bronze Medal). ......... 1983

Claudia Hernandez

Mexican National Singles Champ ..1982, 84-87, 89

Caroline Kuhlman

Goodwill Games (Gold Medal) .......... 1986

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HONDA AWARD

1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Maria Fernandez

PAC-10 CHAMPIONS

1987 . . . . . . . . . . . Lupita Novelo/Ginny Purdy (D)

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Nelson (S)

2008* ..... Amanda Fink/Gabriela Niculescu (D)

2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (S)

2009* ..... Amanda Fink/Gabriela Niculescu (D)

* 2008 and 2009 Pac-10 doubles titles later vacated

due to NCAA penalty vacating wins recorded by

ineligible player.

PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole Leimbach

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Nelson

2011 ....................... Maria Sanchez

PAC-10 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Fansler

PAC-10 DOUBLES TEAM OF THE YEAR

2009 . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink/Gabriela Niculescu

ALL-PAC-10

1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie Harges

1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

1991 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trisha Laux

1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Susie Italiano (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maggie Simkova (2nd team)

1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Suzie Italiano (2nd team)

1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ditta Huber (2nd team)

1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ditta Huber (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kara Warkentin (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jacqui Boyd (honorable mention)

2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kara Warkentin (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Veronika Safarova (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . .Jewel Peterson (honorable mention)

2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jewel Peterson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maureen Diaz (2nd team)

2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jewel Peterson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luana Magnani (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . Tiffany Brymer (honorable mention)

2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jewel Peterson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . Luana Magnani (honorable mention)

2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anca Anastasiu (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luana Magnani (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . Carine Vermeulen (honorable mention)

2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicole Leimbach (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lindsey Nelson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anca Anastasiu (2nd team)

2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lindsey Nelson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luana Magnani (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . Dianne Matias (honorable mention)

2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sarah Fansler (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lindsey Nelson (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (honorable mention)

2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . .Lindsey Nelson (honorable mention)

. . . . . . . . Gabriela Niculescu (honorable mention)

2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Fink (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maria Sanchez (2nd team)

. . . . . . . . . . . .Sarah Fansler (honorable mention)

2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maria Sanchez (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . Danielle Lao (honorable mention)

. . . . . . . . . . . Alison Ramos (honorable mention)

2011 ...............Maria Sanchez (1st team)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Danielle Lao (2nd team)

All-Time Awards & Honors


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All-Time Letterwinners

BARBARA HALLQUIST**

• A •

Allen, Leslie ..............................................................1977

Allred, Linda ..................................................1990, 91, 92

Anastasiu, Anca ......................................2004, 05, 06, 07

Andrews, Cristala ...................................2008, 09, 10, 11

Antonopolis, Lea .......................................................1978

• B •

Bakalarova, Karolina ..............................1996, 97, 98, 99

Bardot, Jan .........................................................1977, 78

Basica, Amber ..............................................1996, 97, 98

Bayani, Bernadette .................................2001, 02, 03, 04

Boyd, Jacqui .......................................1997, 98, 99, 2000

Brown, Susan .....................................................1978, 80

Brymer, Tiffany ........................................2000, 01, 02, 03

• C •

Chen, Elaine .............................................................1977

Christian, Caroline ..................................1999, 00, 01, 02

Christian, Kaitlyn ....................................................2011

Colville, Mary Ann .....................................................1976

• D •

Decker-Sadowski, Katja ...........................................2007

Dennis, Cindy .........................................1978, 79, 80, 81

Desfor, Diane ................................................1975, 76, 77

DeVera, Judy ..........................................2004, 05, 06, 07

Diaz, Maureen ..............................................2001, 02, 03

Douglass, Debbie .....................................................1977

• E •

Ellis, Ashley ..............................................................2007

Entekhabi, Leyla ...........................................2008, 09, 10

Esmero, Melissa .....................................2001, 02, 03, 04

Everly, Erin ...............................................................2005

• F •

Fansler, Sarah ........................................2007, 08, 09, 10

Fernandez, Anna Lucia ...........................1979, 80, 81, 82

Fernandez, Anna Maria ..........................1979, 80, 81, 82

Fernandez, Cecilia ..................................1982, 83, 84, 85

Fink, Amanda ..........................................2006, 07, 08, 09

• G •

Galt, Gretchen ..............................................1975, 76, 77

Goldman, Jennifer ....................................................2010

• H •

Hallquist, Barbara ** ...............................1976, 77, 78, 79

Hamilton-Heinberg, Krissy ............................1999, 00, 01

Harper, Amber ....................................................2007, 08

Harges, Stephanie ..................................1985, 87, 88, 89

Henry, Kelly ............................................1981, 82, 83, 84

Hernandez, Claudia ............................................1985, 86

Hernando, Melissa ..................................1992, 93, 94, 95

Herr, Beth .................................................................1983

Heynen, Carol ...............................................1982, 83, 84

Huber, Ditta .............................................1996, 97, 98, 99

• I •

Irinco, Christina .........................................................2001

Italiano, Suzanne ....................................1993, 94, 95, 96

• J •

Jimenez, Eva ......................................................1996, 97

BETH HERR

Jones (Woods), Cheryl .......................................1983, 84

• K •

Kimura, Sayaka ..................................................1994, 95

Kinstler, Lyndsay ....................................2008, 09, 10, 11

Kochoff, Anya .........................................1987, 88, 89, 90

Kuhlman, Caroline ..................................1985, 86, 88, 89

• L •

Lagasse, Janet .........................................................1983

Lao, Danielle .....................................................2010, 11

Lau, Sabrina ...........................................1994, 95, 96, 97

Laux, Kirstin ..............................................................1988

Laux, Trisha ............................................1988, 89, 90, 91

• 16 •

Leimbach, Nicole ......................................................2005

Levy, Dena ....................................................1983, 84, 85

Lewis, Trey .........................................................1979, 80

Lillie, Kathleen ........................................1981, 82, 83, 84

London, Nicole ........................................1995, 96, 97, 98

London, Stephanie .................................1988, 89, 90, 91

Loyola, Anita ...........................................2000, 01, 02, 03

Lum, Janice ........................................................1989, 91

• M •

Magnani, Luana ......................................2002, 03, 04, 06

Margolin, Stacy ...................................................1978, 79

Marsico, Elizabeth ..............................................2009, 10

Matias, Dianne ........................................2004, 05, 06, 07

McGarrigle, Kathleen ................................................1987

McInerney, Sheila ...................................1977, 78, 79, 80

Miller, Hayley ...........................................................2011

• N •

Nguyen, Jennifer ......................................................1992

Nelson, Lindsey ......................................2005, 06, 07, 08

Niculescu, Gabriela ............................................2008, 09

Norwood, Mary .......................................1985, 86, 87, 88

Novelo, Lupita .........................................1987, 88, 89, 90

• P •

Pendo, Sue ...................................................1982, 83, 84

Peterson, Jewel ......................................2000, 01, 02, 03

Peterson, Whitney ..............................................2006, 07

Pulido, Valeria ...................................................2010, 11

Purdy, Ginny ...........................................1986, 87, 88, 89

• Q •

Quaresma, Carla ................................................1992, 93

Quinlan, Maeve ..................................................1986, 87

• R •

Ramos, Alison .............................................2009, 10, 11

Reed, Kathleen .........................................................1987

Rose, Courtney .......................................1991, 92, 93, 94

• S •

Safarova, Veronika .............................1997, 98, 99, 2000

Sanchez, Maria .......................................2008, 09, 10, 11

Sauer, Erica ..............................................................2004

Schmitt, Petra .........................................1992, 93, 94, 95

Sessarego, Paola .........................................1980, 81, 82

Siegel, Linda .......................................................1980, 81

Simkova, Maggie ....................................1992, 93, 94, 95

Smekodub, Julie .......................................................2007

Snyder, Taylynn ........................................................2005

Steden, Heliane ......................................1983, 84, 85, 86

• T •

Trump, Pam ............................................1995, 96, 97, 98

Tullberg, Julie ...............................................1990, 91, 92

• V •

Vermeulen, Carine ..................................2003, 04, 05, 06

Voydat, Nina ...........................................1980, 81, 82, 83

• W •

Warkentin, Kara ........................................1998, 99, 2000

White, Anne ..............................................................1980

• Z •

Zaman, Ayisha ........................................1993, 94, 95, 96

** In 1976, Barbara Hallquist became the first female

athlete at USC to receive an athletic scholarship.


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

1985 NCAA CHAMPIONS 1978 USTA CHAMPIONS

USC def. Miami — 6-3

Singles

(1) Cecilia Fernandez

(2) Stephanie Herges

(3) Claudia Hernandez

(4) Caroline Kuhlman

(5) Dena Levy

1985 1980 1978

(6) Mary Norwood

Doubles

(1) Caroline Kuhlman / Mary Norwood

(2) Dena Levy / Claudia Hernandez

(3) Heliane Steden / Cecilia Fernandez

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONS

USC def. Trinity — 8-1

Singles

(1) Beth Herr

(2) Kelly Henry

(3) Cecilia Fernandez

(4) Janet Lagasse

(5) Cheryl Jones

USC def. Florida — 9-0

Singles

(1) Trey Lewis

(2) Anna Maria Fernandez

(3) Nina Voydat

(4) Sheila McInerney

(5) Anna Lucia Fernandez

(6) Anne White

Doubles

(1) Anne White / Trey Lewis

(2) Anna Maria Fernandez / Sheila McInerney

(3) Anna Lucia Fernandez / Susan Brown

1983 1977

1979

(6) Mina Voydat

Doubles

(1) Janet Lagasse / Sue Pendo

(2) Beth Herr / Kelly Henry

(3) Cecilia Fernandez / Cheryl Jones

1980 AIAW CHAMPIONS

Sheila McInerney

1979 USTA Singles Champion

1979 AIAW CHAMPIONS

USC def. Stanford — 8-1

Singles

(1) Stacy Margolin

(2) Anna Maria Fernandez

(3) Trey Lewis

(4) Barbara Hallquist

(5) Sheila McInerney

(6) Anna Lucia Fernandez

Doubles

(1) Barbara Hallquist / Sheila McInerney

(2) Stacy Margolin / Anna Maria Fernandez

• 17 •

Singles

(1) Barbara Hallquist

(2) Lea Antonopolis

(3) Sheila McInerney

(4) Stacy Margolin

(5) Susan Brown

(6) Cindy Dennis

Doubles

(1) Barbara Hallquist / Sheila McInerney

(2) Lea Antonopolis / Susan Brown

(3) Stacy Margolin / Cindy Dennis

1977 AIAW/USTA

CHAMPIONS

Singles

(1) Diane Desfor

(2) Gretchen Galt

(3) Barbara Hallquist

(4) Sheila McInerney

Doubles

(1) Diane Desfor / Gretchen Galt

(2) Barbara Hallquist / Sheila McInerney

National Championship Lineups


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Year-by-Year

2011 (15-8, 4-4 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 5th

Postseason: NCAA Second Round

National Finish: No. 19

J18 W 6-1 Cal State Northridge

J21 W 6-1 Long Beach State

J29 W 4-3 @NC State

J30 L 5-2 @Michigan

F8 W 7-0 San Diego State

F10 W 6-1 South Florida

F13 W 6-1 Texas

F25 W 5-2 at San Diego

M2 L 5-2 at UCLA

M4 W 6-1 *Washington

M10 W 6-1 Fresno State

M12 W 5-2 at Pepperdine

M15 W 4-3 Syracuse

M16 L 4-3 Arizona State

M25 L 5-2 *California

M26 L 6-1 *Stanford

A1 W 7-0 *at Oregon

A2 W 6-1 *at Washington State

A8 L 6-1 *at Arizona State

A9 W (forfeit) *at Arizona

A15 L 5-2 *UCLA

M14 W 4-1 ^St. Mary’s

M15 L 4-1 ^at California

* Pac-10 match

@ ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

^ NCAA Regionals (Berkeley, Calif.)

2010 (14-10, 5-3 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA Second Round

National Finish: No. 20

J24 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J25 W 6-1 UC Irvine

J29 W 4-0 @San Diego

J30 W 4-0 @Auburn

F4 W 6-1 Pepperdine

F12 W 5-2 &Clemson

F13 L 4-2 &Duke

F14 L 5-2 &Baylor

F23 W 5-2 at San Diego State

F26 L 5-2 California

M3 L 4-3 UCLA

M5 W 7-0 *at Oregon

M9 L 5-2 Baylor

M13 L 4-3 at Arizona State

M17 W 6-1 Fresno State

M26 W 5-2 *Washington

M27 W 7-0 *Washington State

A3 L 5-2 *at California

A4 3-3 susp.(rain) *at Stanford

A9 W 5-2 *Arizona State

A10 W 7-0 *Arizona

A16 L 6-1 *at UCLA

A21 L 4-3 +Stanford

M14 W 4-0 ^Sacramento State

M15 L 4-1 ^at California

* Pac-10 match

@ ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Marks Stadium)

& ITA National Team Indoors (Madison, Wisc.)

+ match completed with doubles point

played in Ojai, Calif.

^ NCAA Regionals (Berkeley, Calif.)

2009 (*21-3, *8-0 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: *1st

Postseason: NCAA Second Round

National Finish: No. 9

J21 W 6-1 UC Irvine

J28 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J31 W* 4-0 @Michigan State

F1 W 4-1 @Texas A&M

F13 L 4-3 &Georgia

F14 W* 4-3 &Florida

F15 W* 4-3 &Clemson

F24 W 7-0 San Diego State

M1 W 6-1 Cal Poly

M4 L 4-3 at UCLA

M6 W 7-0 ~Oregon

M11 W 5-2 Arizona State

M12 W 7-0 William & Mary

M18 W 6-1 at Pepperdine

M24 W* 5-2 at San Diego

M27 W 4-3 ~California

M28 W 5-2 ~Stanford

A3 W 7-0 ~at Washington State

A4 W* 4-3 ~at Washington

A10 W 5-2 ~at Arizona

A11 W 4-2 ~at Arizona State

A17 W 5-2 ~UCLA

M9 W 4-0 ^Fairfield

M10 L 4-3 ^Washington

~ Pac-10 match

@ ITA Indoors Qualifying (Marks Stadium)

& ITA National Team Indoors (Madison, Wisc.)

^ NCAA Regional at Marks Stadium

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins

recorded by ineligible player, 1 win

(conference) becomes a loss and 4

wins left undecided in 2009 [revised

records: 16-4 overall and 7-1 Pac-10

in 2009].

2008 (*19-8, *5-3 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA Round of 16

National Finish: No. 11

J16 W 6-1 Loyola Marymount

J25 W 7-0 UC Irvine

J30 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J31 W 5-2 Pepperdine

F7 W* 4-3 &Arkansas

F8 L 4-3 &North Carolina

F9 L 4-3 &Georgia

F15 W 7-0 at San Diego State

F22 W 6-1 at Arizona

F23 W 5-2 at Arizona State

F29 W 6-1 California

M1 L 4-3 Stanford

M7 W 6-1 ~Washington

M8 W 7-0 ~Washington State

M13 L 6-1 UCLA

M19 W 5-2 at Texas

M25 W 6-1 San Diego

M27 W 6-1 Fresno State

M28 W 7-0 ~Oregon

A4 L 5-2 ~at Stanford

A5 L 6-1 ~at California

A11 W 5-2 ~Arizona State

A12 W 6-1 ~Arizona

A18 L 5-2 ~at UCLA

M9 W* 4-0 ^Marist

M10 W* 4-0 ^Pepperdine

M15 L 4-0 #UCLA

~ Pac-10 match

& ITA National Team Indoors (Madison, Wisc.)

^ NCAA Regional at Marks Stadium

# NCAA Championships at Tulsa, Okla.

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins

recorded by ineligible player, 3 wins left

undecided in 2008 [revised records: 16-8

overall and still 5-3 Pac-10 in 2008].

2007 (19-5, 6-2 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: t-2nd

Postseason: NCAA Round of 16

National Finish: No. 10

J24 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J27 W 6-1 Pepperdine

F1 W 7-0 at San Diego

F8 W 7-0 Cal Poly

F13 W 7-0 San Diego State

F16 L 5-2 at Stanford

F17 L 5-2 at California

F23 W 5-2 at Pepperdine

M2 W 7-0 *at Washington State

M3 W 7-0 *at Washington

M8 W 4-3 at UCLA

M14 W 6-1 Texas

M16 W 4-3 Arizona State

M17 W 7-0 Arizona

M21 W 3-4~ Fresno State

M31 W 7-0 *at Oregon

A6 W 5-2 *at Arizona

A7 W 6-1 *at Arizona State

A13 W 4-3 *California

A14 L 4-3 *Stanford

A21 L 4-3 *UCLA

M12 W 4-0 ^Boston Univ.

M13 W 4-0 ^Texas

M18 L 4-3 #Miami

* Pac-10 match

^ NCAA Regional at Marks Stadium

# NCAA Championships at Athens, Ga.

~ USC win following protest of match

2006 (21-4, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Semifinals

National Finish: No. 3

J19 W 7-0 UC Irvine

J20 W 6-1 Long Beach State

J25 W 7-0 San Diego

F14 W 7-0 at San Diego State

F17 L 5-2 Stanford

F18 W 4-3 California

F24 W 5-2 at Arizona State

F25 W 6-1 at Arizona

M1 W 6-1 Pepperdine

M10 W 7-0 *Washington

M11 W 6-0 *Washington State

M15 L 4-3 Baylor

M22 W 6-1 Illinois

M31 W 6-1 *Arizona

A1 W 5-2 *Arizona State

A7 W 5-1 *at California

A8 L 6-1 *at Stanford

A15 W 7-0 *Oregon

A18 W 4-3 UCLA

A22 W 5-2 *at UCLA

M12 W 4-0 ^Army

M13 W 4-0 ^Long Beach State

M18 W 4-1 #VCU

M19 W 4-3 #Northwestern

M22 L 4-1 #Miami

* Pac-10 match

^ NCAA Regional at Marks Stadium

# NCAA Championships at Palo Alto, Calif.

2005 (19-4, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 7

J19 W 6-1 Cal Poly

J21 W 7-0 Long Beach State

F3 W 7-0 at Pepperdine

F16 W 7-0 at San Diego

F23 W 7-0 San Diego State

F25 W 5-2 at California

F26 L 5-2 at Stanford

M9 W 4-3 *UCLA

M11 W 7-0 *at Washington State

M12 W 6-1 *at Washington

M16 W 5-2 Texas

M23 W 4-3 TCU

M25 W 6-1 *at Arizona State

M26 W 6-1 *at Arizona

M30 W 5-2 Harvard

A1 W 5-2 *at Oregon

A8 L 4-3 *Stanford

A9 W 4-3 *California

A16 L 5-2 UCLA

M13 W 4-0 ^Illinois-Chicago

M14 W 4-0 ^Arizona State

M19 W 4-3 #UCLA

M20 L 4-2 #Florida

* Pac-10 match

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Athens, Ga.

• 18 •

2009 PAC-10 SINGLES

CHAMPION AMANDA FINK

2004 (18-7, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Round of 16

National Finish: No. 8

J22 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J23 W 6-1 TCU

J28 W 7-0 UC Irvine

J30 W 4-3 UCLA

F5 L 4-3 %Texas A&M

F6 L 1-6 %BYU

F7 L 1-6 %Kentucky

F28 W 7-0 Pepperdine

M3 W 5-2 *at UCLA

M5 W 7-0 *Oregon

M9 W 4-3 North Carolina

M12 W 4-3 *at Arizona State

M13 W 5-2 *at Arizona

M20 W 5-2 at Texas

M24 W 5-2 San Diego

M25 W 7-0 Loyola Marymount

A2 L 1-6 at Stanford

A3 L 2-5 at California

A9 W 6-1 *Washington State

A10 W 5-2 *Washington

A16 W 5-2 *California

A17 L 0-7 *Stanford

M14 W 4-0 ^American

M15 W 4-0 ^Arizona

M20 L 2-4 #UCLA

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

@ Matches cancelled due to rain

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Athens, Ga.

2003 (22-6, 5-3 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 5

J22 W 6-1 UC Santa Barbara

J22 W 7-0 Cal Poly

J24 W 7-0 UC Irvine

J31 W 4-3 at UCLA

F6 W 4-3 %Northwestern

F7 W 5-2 %Georgia

F8 L 1-5 %Florida

F15 W 5-2 at Pepperdine

F21 W 7-0 at Arizona

F22 W 7-0 at Arizona State

F26 W 7-0 at San Diego


EN’S TENNIS

PS • 1980 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS • 1983 NCAA CHAMPS

F28 W 7-0 San Diego State

M5 W 5-2 * UCLA

M8 W 5-2 * at Oregon

M12 W 6-1 Texas

M19 W 5-2 South Alabama

M21 W 6-1 Pepperdine

M28 W 6-1 * Arizona State

M29 W 4-3 * Arizona

A4 L 2-5 Stanford

A5 W 4-3 California

A11 L 1-6 * at Washington

A12 W 5-1 * at Washington State

A18 L 1-6 * at California

A19 L 2-5 * at Stanford

M9 W 4-0 ^ Sacramento State

M10 W 4-0 ^ Georgia Tech

M15 W 4-0 # Kansas State

M16 L 1-4 # California

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Gainesville, Fla.

2002 (19-8, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Round of 16

National Finish: No. 11

J22 W 6-1 UC Santa Barbara

J24 W 7-0 UC Irvine

F1 L 2-5 UCLA

F7 L 2-5 % Notre Dame

F8 L 3-4 % Northwestern

F9 W 6-1 % Oklahoma State

F15 W 5-2 Loyola Marymount

F22 W 6-1 Arizona

F23 L 3-4 Arizona State

F27 W 6-1 at Pepperdine

F28 W 7-0 San Diego

M7 W 4-3 * at UCLA

M8 W 7-0 * Oregon

M13 W 7-0 at San Diego State

M20 W 6-1 Fresno State

M22 W 6-1 Pepperdine

M29 W 5-2 * at Arizona State

M30 W 6-1 * at Arizona

A5 L 1-6 at Stanford

A6 L 3-4 at California

A12 W 5-2 * Washington

A13 W 5-2 * Washington State

A19 W 5-2 * California

A20 L 2-5 * Stanford

M11 W 5-0 ^ Oral Roberts

M12 W 4-0 ^ Oregon

M16 L 1-4 # UCLA

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Stanford, Calif.

2001 (20-8, 6-2 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 8

J17 W 7-0 UC Irvine

J18 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J27 W 5-2 * Arizona

J28 L 1-6 * Arizona State

F7 W 6-0 San Diego State

F9 W 4-3 Pepperdine

F15 W 5-0 % Wake Forest

F16 L 0-7 % Stanford

F7 L 2-5 % Wake Forest

F22 W 7-0 San Diego

F23 W 5-2 * Oregon

M3 W 5-2 at UCLA

M8 W 5-2 William & Mary

M11 W 6-1 Miami

M16 W 5-2 at Arizona

M17 L 1-6 at Arizona State

M21 L 3-4 at Pepperdine

M28 W 7-0 Loyola Marymount

M30 W 6-1 * UCLA

A7 L 0-7 * at Stanford

A13 W 4-3 * at Washington State

A14 W 4-3 * at Washington

A20 L 1-6 Stanford

A21 W 5-2 * California

A12 W 4-0 ^ Maryland-Balt. City

M13 W 4-1 ^ South Alabama

M17 W 5-1 # Northwestern

M18 L 0-4 # Georgia

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

^ NCAA Regional at Norfolk, Va.

# NCAA Championships at Stone Mtn., Ga.

2000 (18-9, 4-4 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 11

J18 W 6-3 UC Santa Barbara

J20 W 7-2 UC Irvine

J28 L 3-6 * at Arizona State

J29 W 9-0 * at Arizona

F1 W 8-0 Loyola Marymount

F12 W 7-2 * at Oregon

F17 W 7-1 % Tennessee

F18 L 2-6 % Georgia

F19 W 5-2 % Notre Dame

F26 W 5-1 at San Diego State

M1 L 4-5 UCLA

M10 W 6-2 Arizona

M11 W 6-3 Arizona State

M15 W 6-2 Illinois

M22 W 7-2 Fresno State

M29 W 7-1 Harvard

M1 L 3-6 * at UCLA

A7 L 4-5 California

A8 L 1-6 Stanford

A14 W 6-3 * Washington State

A15 W 5-4 * Washington

A21 L 3-6 at Stanford

A22 L 1-5 * at California

M13 W 5-0 ^ Maryland-Balt. City

M14 W 5-2 ^ Arizona

M18 W 5-2 # Louisiana State

M19 L 1-5 # Georgia

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Malibu, Calif.

1999 (21-9, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 10

J21 W 9-0 UC Irvine

J23 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

J29 W 5-4 * at Arizona State

J30 W 6-1 * at Arizona

F2 W 7-2 Fresno State

F8 W 7-2 Colorado

F13 W 6-3 * at UCLA

F18 L 4-5 % William & Mary

F19 W 5-4 % Arkansas

F20 L 3-5 % Notre Dame

F28 W 8-0 UNLV

M3 L 2-6 UCLA

M6 W 6-1 Tulsa

M9 W 5-1 Wisconsin

M12 W 6-3 Arizona

M13 L 4-5 Arizona State

M17 W 8-0 Oklahoma

M26 L 3-6 at Pepperdine

M30 W 9-0 Alabama

A2 L 3-6 California

A3 L 1-5 Stanford

A8 W 5-1 * Washington State

A10 W 6-2 * Washington

A11 W 5-1 * Oregon

A16 L 1-6 * at Stanford

A17 W 5-4 * at California

M15 W 5-0 ^ Drake

M16 W 5-1 ^ San Diego

M20 W 5-4 # Miami

M21 L 1-5 # Stanford

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Dallas, Texas

^ NCAA Regional at Los Angeles

# NCAA Championships at Gainesville, Fla.

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1998 (13-11, 3-5 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 6th

Postseason: NCAA Regionals

National Finish: No. 20

J23 W 8-0 UC Santa Barbara

J25 W 7-2 Utah

J30 L 2-7 * at Arizona

J31 L 3-6 * at Arizona State

F4 W 6-2 Fresno State

F13 L 4-5 at UCLA

F19 W 6-3 at San Diego

F21 W 7-0 San Diego State

M1 W 5-2 UNLV

M5 W 5-1 Boise State

M7 L 4-5 * UCLA

M13 L 3-5 Arizona State

M14 W 5-1 Arizona

M17 L 4-5 Pepperdine

M28 L 4-5 Kansas

A5 L 0-6 Stanford

A9 W 8-1 * Washington State

A10 W 6-2 * Washington

A13 W 6-0 * Oregon

A17 L 1-8 * at Stanford

A18 L 4-5 * at California

M15 W 5-4 # Washington

M16 W 5-1 # San Diego State

M17 L 1-5 # Pepperdine

* Pac-10 match

# NCAA West Regional at Las Vegas, Nev.

1997 (10-16, 0-10 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 6th

Postseason: NCAA Regionals

National Finish: No. 32

J23 W 9-0 UC Santa Barbara

J29 L 4-5 Fresno State

F5 L 3-5 San Diego

F11 W 8-1 Loyola Marymount

F14 L 2-7 * at Arizona

F15 L 3-6 * at Arizona State

F20 W 5-2 % Kansas

F21 L 0-7 % Florida

F22 L 1-5 % Wake Forest

M1 W 5-4 at San Diego State

M7 L 2-7 * Arizona State

M8 L 4-5 * Arizona

M13 L 3-6 * UCLA

M19 W 5-4 Boise State

M20 L 4-5 Pepperdine

M24 W 7-2 Washington

M25 W 6-2 Oregon

A4 L 3-6 * at California

A5 L 2-7 * at Stanford

A11 L 2-7 * at UCLA

A14 W 5-4 UNLV

A18 L 1-6 * Stanford

A19 L 0-6 * California

M9 W 5-2 # Fresno State

M10 W 5-1 # San Diego

M11 L 2-5 # Pepperdine

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Champ. at Madison, Wisc.

# NCAA West Regional at San Diego, Calif.

1996 (16-9, 4-6 conference)

Head Coach: Richard Gallien

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 18

J23 W 6-2 UC Santa Barbara

J26 W 6-2 Washington State

F2 L 1-5 * at Arizona

F3 W 7-2 * at Arizona State

F14 W 8-1 Loyola Marymount

F17 L 1-5 at Pepperdine

F28 W 9-0 Cal State Fullerton

M2 L 4-5 Texas

M8 W 5-4 * Arizona State

M9 L 1-5 * Arizona

M14 L 1-5 * at UCLA

M19 W 8-1 Princeton

M21 W 9-0 Washington

M27 W 8-1 Boise State

M30 W 5-4 Harvard

A3 W 6-0 UNLV

A5 W 5-2 * California

A6 L 2-6 * Stanford

A12 L 3-5 * UCLA

A19 L 1-5 * at Stanford

A20 W 6-3 * at California

M3 W 6-1 ^ Fresno State

M4 W 5-3 ^ Arizona State

M5 W 5-2 ^ California

M18 L 2-5 # Duke

* Pac-10 match

^ NCAA West Regional at Malibu, Calif.

# NCAA Championships at Tallahassee, Fla.

1995 (8-14, 2-8 conference)

Head Coach: Ed Burt (Interim)

Pac-10 Finish: 6th

Postseason: NCAA First Round

National Finish: No. 22

J18 W 9-0 Fresno State

J27 W 6-3 Washington State

F10 L 4-5 * Arizona

F11 W 5-4 * Arizona State

F15 W 7-2 San Diego State

F17 L 1-5 at Pepperdine

F20 W 5-4 San Diego

F23 L 0-6 % Florida

F24 L 4-5 % William & Mary

F25 W 5-4 % Kentucky

M10 L 3-5 * at Arizona State

M11 L 0-6 * at Arizona

M17 L 1-8 at Texas

M18 L 2-7 vs. Duke (at Texas)

A1 L 1-5 * at UCLA

A8 L 1-5 * at Stanford

A9 L 3-5 * at California

A12 W 5-1 Pacific

A15 W 5-3 * UCLA

A21 L 0-6 * Stanford

A22 L 4-5 * California

M13 L 2-5 # Arizona State

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

# NCAA Championships at Malibu, Calif.

1994 (11-13, 2-7 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 5th

Postseason: NCAA Second Round

National Finish: No. 19

J27 W 8-0 Washington State

F11 L 0-5 * at Arizona

F12 L 1-5 * at Arizona State

F16 W 5-3 at San Diego State

F19 L 2-5 Pepperdine

F23 L 4-5 at San Diego

F25 W 6-1 Washington

F27 L 0-6 Texas

M3 L 0-6 % Georgia

M4 W 5-0 % Virginia

M5 W 5-3 % Clemson

M11 L 2-5 * Arizona State

M12 W 6-3 * Arizona

M18 W 6-3 * UCLA

M30 W 5-1 UNLV

A1 L 0-6 * California

A2 L 0-6 * Stanford

A4 L 4-5 UC Santa Barbara

A5 W 5-4 Pacific

A9 L 0-6 * at UCLA

A13 W 5-4 Fresno State

A15 L (forfeit) * at Stanford

M13 W 6-0 # Clemson

M14 L 2-5 # Georgia

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

# NCAA Championships at Athens, Ga.

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1993 (15-9, 3-7 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 5th

Postseason: NCAA First Round

National Finish: No. 10

J20 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

J28 W 7-0 UNLV

J31 W 5-1 Miami

F9 W 8-0 Fresno State

F12 W 5-1 * Arizona

F13 W 5-4 * Arizona State

F22 W 6-3 San Diego State

F25 W 5-1 % Pepperdine

F26 L 1-5 % Florida

F27 W 5-1 % UCLA

M9 W 8-1 at UC Santa Barbara

M12 L 3-6 * at Arizona State

M13 L 3-6 * at Arizona

M17 W 9-0 New Mexico

M18 W 5-1 * UCLA

M23 W 7-0 Washington

M30 W 8-0 Harvard

A2 L 0-7 * at Stanford

A3 L 4-5 * at California

A10 L 4-5 * at UCLA

A13 W 6-0 San Diego

A16 L 2-7 * Stanford

A17 L 1-5 * California

M12 L 1-5 # Texas

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

# NCAA Championships at Gainseville, Fla.

1992 (8-12, 1-9 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 6th

Postseason: NCAA Second Round

National Finish: No. 15

J22 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

J24 W 9-0 Fresno State

F28 W 8-1 UC Santa Barbara

F4 W 5-4 at Pepperdine

F14 L 1-5 * at Arizona

F15 L 3-6 * at Arizona State

F19 L 4-5 at San Diego State

F22 W 5-4 San Diego

M7 L 0-6 * at Stanford

M7 L 4-5 * at California

M13 W 5-3 * UCLA

M17 L 4-5 Kentucky

M23 W 7-2 Pacific

M27 L 4-5 * Arizona State

M28 L 1-5 * Arizona

A3 L 1-5 * California

A4 L 1-5 * Stanford

A11 L 2-5 * at UCLA

M13 W 6-2 # Kentucky

M14 L 0-5 # Florida

* Pac-10 match

# NCAA Championships at Stanford, Calif.

1991 (7-18, 0-10 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 6th

Postseason: None

National Finish: No. 24

J23 W 9-0 Fresno State

J31 W 7-2 Loyola Marymount

F11 W 7-2 UC Santa Barbara

F15 L 2-5 * at Arizona State

F16 L 4-5 * at Arizona

F19 W 7-2 Long Beach State

F20 L 1-5 Pepperdine

F24 L 3-6 at San Diego

F28 L 3-5 % Indiana

M1 L 2-5 % Wisconsin

M2 L 2-5 % William & Mary

M9 L 4-5 at Texas

M10 L 4-5 vs. Oklahoma St. (at Texas)

M15 L 1-5 * UCLA

M18 W 5-4 Yale

M29 L 4-5 * Arizona

M30 L 3-6 * Arizona State

A1 W 6-3 Pacific

A5 L 0-6 * at Stanford

A6 L 0-6 * at California

A9 W 6-3 at UC Irvine

A13 L 1-5 * at UCLA

A16 L 3-5 San Diego State

A19 L 1-5 * Stanford

A20 L 3-6 * California

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

1990 (19-8, 5-5 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 3rd (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 7

J17 W 5-4 Utah

J23 W 7-2 USIU

J25 W 9-0 Long Beach State

F3 W 6-3 at San Diego State

F15 W 8-1 at Pepperdine

F20 W 7-1 UC Irvine

F23 W 7-2 * at Arizona

F24 W 5-4 * at Arizona State

M1 W 5-1 % William & Mary

M2 L 0-6 % Florida

M3 W 5-2 % California

M10 W 5-4 * UCLA

M16 W 6-3 Trinity

M17 W 6-3 Texas

M19 W 8-1 Yale

M23 W 6-3 San Diego

M30 L 3-6 Oklahoma State

M31 W 6-3 * Arizona State

A1 W 6-3 * Arizona

A6 L 3-6 * California

A7 L 1-5 * Stanford

A11 W 6-2 UC Santa Barbara

A14 L 4-5 * at UCLA

A20 L 4-5 * at California

A21 L 2-7 * at Stanford

M10 W 7-2 # Tennessee

M11 L 2-5 # Florida

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

# NCAA Championships at Gainesville, Fla.

1989 (16-7, 6-4 conference)

Head Coach: Cheryl Woods

Pac-10 Finish: 3rd (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals

National Finish: No. 6

J26 W 9-0 Long Beach State

J30 W 9-0 USIU

F18 W 5-4 * at Arizona State

F19 W 6-3 * at Arizona

F22 W 9-0 UC Irvine

F23 W 9-0 Fresno State

F25 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

M1 W 5-4 UC Santa Barbara

M4 W 5-3 at Texas

M9 W 5-4 at Pepperdine

M11 W 5-1 * UCLA

M29 W 5-3 & Oklahoma State

M30 L 2-5 & Georgia

A1 W 5-4 * Arizona

A2 W 7-2 * Arizona State

A6 L 3-5 Pepperdine

A8 L 3-6 * Stanford

A9 L 4-5 * California

A15 L 3-6 * at UCLA

A22 W 5-2 * at California

A23 L 1-5 * at Stanford

M11 W 7-1 # Arizona State

M12 L 4-5 # UCLA

* Pac-10 match

& Oklahoma State Tournament

# NCAA Championships at Gainesville, Fla.

1988 (19-5, 7-3 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

Pac-10 Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Semifinals

National Finish: No. 3

J15 W 7-0 Long Beach State

J16 W 7-2 UC Santa Barbara

J27 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

F18 W 8-1 Florida

F20 W 6-3 * Arizona State

F21 W 7-2 * Arizona

F23 W 5-4 * UCLA

F28 W 8-1 at Indiana

M1 W 6-3 at Kentucky

M3 W 7-2 % Trinity

M4 W 6-3 % Miami

M5 L 3-5 % Florida

M10 W 8-1 Texas

M24 L 2-7 * Stanford

M25 W 5-3 * California

A5 W 7-0 USIU

A9 L 4-5 * at Arizona

A10 W 5-4 * at Arizona State

A16 L 1-5 * at Stanford

A17 W 5-4 * at California

A29 W 6-3 * at UCLA

M12 W 5-1 # BYU

M13 W 5-3 # Kentucky

M14 L 1-5 # Stanford

* Pac-10 match

% ITA Team Indoor Championships

# NCAA Championships at UCLA

1987 (14-13, 4-6 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

Pac-10 Finish: 4th

Postseason: NCAA First Round

National Finish: No. 14

J17 W 8-1 Long Beach State

J28 W 9-0 Loyola Marymount

J29 W 6-3 at Pepperdine

F12 W 5-4 at UC Irvine

F17 W 8-0 USIU

F20 L 2-7 & Florida

F21 L 4-5 & Miami

F22 W 7-2 & Clemson

M7 L 4-5 * at Arizona State

M8 L 4-5 * at Arizona

M10 W 8-1 Pacific

M12 W 5-4 Oklahoma State

M14 L 3-6 * at UCLA

M17 W 7-2 San Diego State

M26 W 9-0 Iowa

M28 W 6-3 * Arizona

M29 W 6-3 * Arizona State

A3 W 6-3 * at California

A4 L 3-6 * at Stanford

A10 L 4-5 at San Diego State

A13 L 2-7 at Trinity

A14 L 2-7 at Texas

A17 L 3-6 * Stanford

A18 L 3-6 * California

A21 L 3-6 Indiana

M2 W 6-3 * UCLA

M13 L 0-9 # Stanford

* Pac-10 match

& Miami Invitational

# NCAA Championships at UCLA

1986 (22-3, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

Pac-West Finish: 1st (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Finals

National Finish: No. 2

J22 W 7-2 Long Beach State

J24 W 9-0 at Pepperdine

J25 W 8-1 at UC Santa Barbara

F11 W 7-2 UC Irvine

F16 W 6-3 California

F20 L 4-5 San Diego State

F28 W 6-3 Pacific

M4 W 9-0 UC Santa Barbara

M7 W 8-1 Pepperdine

M9 W 9-0 * at UCLA

M12 W 7-2 Texas

M15 W 8-1 * at Arizona

M16 W 5-1 * at Arizona State

M21 W 8-1 at San Diego State

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A4 W 6-3 * Stanford

A7 W 7-2 USIU

A13 W 6-3 * Arizona State

A15 W 6-3 Trinity

A19 L 4-5 * at Stanford

A22 W 7-2 * Arizona

A29 W 6-3 * UCLA

M15 W 8-1 # Texas A&M

M16 W 5-1 # Arizona State

M17 W 6-3 # Trinity

M18 L 4-5 # Stanford

* Pac-West match

# NCAA Championships at Austin, Texas

1985 (33-2, 13-1 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Champions

National Finish: No. 1

J25 W 9-0 at Cal State Fullerton

J27 W 9-0 at UC Santa Barbara

J29 W 7-2 at Pepperdine

F1 W 8-1 & Clemson

F2 W 6-3 & Florida

F3 W 5-4 & Miami

F14 W 8-1 * at Long Beach State

F16 W 9-0 USIU

F20 W 9-0 Cal State Fullerton

F22 W 7-2 UC Irvine

F27 W 9-0 UC Santa Barbara

M1 W 8-1 * San Diego State

M3 W 9-0 * California

M5 W 8-1 * UCLA

M9 W 7-2 * at Arizona State

M10 W 6-3 * at Arizona

M15 W 8-1 * Long Beach State

M16 W 7-2 Pacific

M20 W 6-3 Pepperdine

M24 W 7-2 * Arizona State

M27 W 5-4 * Stanford

M29 W 6-3 * at San Diego State

M30 W 8-1 Harvard

A10 W 9-0 Indiana

A12 W 5-4 % Northwestern

A13 W 5-1 % Florida

A14 L 4-5 % Stanford

A20 L 4-5 * at Stanford

A21 W 5-3 * at California

A23 W 5-4 * Arizona

M1 W 6-3 * at UCLA

M16 W 8-1 # Arizona State

M17 W 9-0 # San Diego State

M18 W 9-0 # California

M19 W 6-3 # Miami

* conference match

& Miami Invitational

% Texas Invitational

# NCAA Championships at Oklahoma City, Okla.

1984 (26-7, 13-2 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 2nd

Postseason: NCAA Finals

National Finish: No. 2

J17 W 6-3 USIU

J27 W 8-1 Pacific

J31 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

F1 W 6-3 * at San Diego State

F3 W 9-0 * San Diego

F7 L 4-5 Pepperdine

F14 W 8-1 * at Long Beach State

F17 W 7-2 & Clemson

F18 L 4-5 & Florida

F19 L 4-5 & Miami

F23 W 9-0 * Cal State Fullerton

F25 W 5-4 * at Arizona

F26 W 7-2 * at Arizona State

M3 W 7-2 * at UCLA

M7 W 9-0 North Carolina

M9 W 9-0 * Long Beach State

M10 W 8-1 California

M13 L 3-6 Texas

M20 W 5-4 at Pepperdine

M30 W 7-2 * Arizona State

M31 W 9-0 Harvard

A3 W 8-1 UC Santa Barbara

A7 L 4-5 * Stanford


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A12 W 5-4 * San Diego State

A14 L 2-7 * Stanford

A15 W 7-2 California

A19 W 9-0 UC Irvine

A20 W 8-1 * UCLA

A23 W 8-1 * Arizona

M12 W 8-1 # Harvard

M13 W 7-2 # Miami

M14 W 5-4 # Trinity

M15 L 0-9 # Stanford

* conference match

& Miami Invitational

# NCAA Championships at Los Angeles

1983 (31-0, 13-0 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: NCAA Champions

National Finish: No. 1

F3 W 9-0 San Diego

F9 W 8-1 UC Irvine

F11 W 7-2 California

F14 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

F15 W 9-0 UC Santa Barbara

F17 W 9-0 * Long Beach State

F22 W 6-3 * UCLA

F25 W 9-0 Michigan

F26 W 7-2 * at Arizona

M3 W 9-0 % Miami

M4 W 8-1 % South Carolina

M5 W 5-4 % Stanford

M6 W 5-4 % Trinity

M9 W 8-1 Pepperdine

M10 W 9-0 Texas

M12 W 8-1 * at Arizona State

M20 W 7-2 at Pepperdine

M24 W 5-4 * Stanford

M29 W 9-0 * at Long Beach State

A2 W 8-1 Harvard

A8 W 9-0 * Arizona State

A13 W 8-1 * San Diego State

A14 W 5-4 * at UCLA

A17 W 8-0 * Arizona

A18 W 7-2 * at San Diego State

A26 W 9-0 *Cal State Fullerton

A29 W 7-2 at California

M14 W 9-0 # Pepperdine

M15 W 7-2 # California

M16 W 8-1 # Stanford

M17 W 8-1 # Trinity

* conference match

% Nike Invitational

# NCAA Championships at Albuquerque, N.M.

1982 (22-5, 11-1 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st (tie)

Postseason: NCAA Semifinals

National Finish: No. 4

J26 W 9-0 at Pepperdine

J30 W 9-0 Pacific

F12 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

F16 W 9-0 * at Long Beach State

F19 W 9-0 * Arizona State

F21 W 8-1 California

F25 W 9-0 * Long Beach State

F26 W 7-2 * at San Diego State

M4 W 9-0 % Miami

M5 L 2-7 % UCLA

M6 W 8-1 % Indiana

M7 W 7-2 % Trinity

M8 W 7-2 * Cal State Fullerton

W 6-3 Pepperdine

M19 L 4-5 * at UCLA

M22 W 7-2 Colorado

A3 W 8-1 * at Arizona

A4 W 7-2 * at Arizona State

A14 W 8-1 UC Irvine

A17 L 4-5 at Stanford

A21 W 8-1 * Arizona

W 9-0 * San Diego State

A30 W 7-2 * UCLA

W 9-0 # Pepperdine

W 8-1 # South Carolina

L 4-5 # UCLA

L 3-6 # Trinity

* conference match

% Nike Invitational

# NCAA Championships at Salt Lake City, Utah

1981 (33-1, 13-0 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: AIAW Semifinals

National Finish: No. 3

F10 W 8-1 UC Santa Barbara

F12 W 5-4 at Pepperdine

F14 W 7-2 * Long Beach State

F17 W 7-2 * San Diego

F20 W 8-1 * at Cal State Fullerton

M13 W 9-0 * at Arizona

M14 W 9-0 * at Arizona State

M17 W 7-2 * at San Diego State

M19 W 8-1 Colorado

M22 W 8-1 Northwestern

M26 W 9-0 % Florida

M27 W 8-1 % Indiana

M28 W 7-2 % Trinity

M29 W 7-2 % Stanford

A2 W 7-2 at Texas

A3 W 9-0 ^ Texas Tech

A4 W 7-2 ^ Clemson

A5 W 7-2 ^ Trinity

A8 W 6-3 * at Long Beach State

A10 W 6-3 * UCLA

A18 W 5-4 Stanford

A21 W 7-2 * Arizona

A28 W 6-3 * San Diego State

A30 W 8-1 UC Irvine

M1 W 7-2 * Arizona State

M3 W 6-3 * at UCLA

M5 W 8-1 * Cal State Fullerton

M8 W 5-4 at Stanford

M9 W 8-1 at California

M12 W 8-1 BYU

J3 W 7-2 # Princeton

J4 L 1-8 # Florida

J5 W 6-3 # Arizona

J6 W 5-4 # BYU

* conference match

% Nike Invitational

^ Matches played at Austin, Texas

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1980 (30-0, 11-0 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: AIAW Champions

National Finish: No. 1

W 8-1 ^ Cal State Fullerton

W 9-0 ^ Pepperdine

W 6-0 ^ BYU

F26 W 9-0 at UC Irvine

F28 W 9-0 * Long Beach State

M4 W 9-0 at Pepperdine

M8 W 8-1 * at UCLA

M11 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

M12 W 8-1 Yale

M21 W 9-0 * at Arizona State

M22 W 9-0 * at Arizona

M25 W 7-2 % Trinity

M26 W 7-2 % Stanford

M27 W 6-3 % Florida

M28 W 9-0 % UCLA

M29 W 7-2 % BYU

A4 W 8-1 Stanford

A8 W 7-2 * at Long Beach State

A10 W 6-3 * at San Diego State

A18 W 8-1 at Stanford

A30 W 9-0 * Arizona State

M3 W 7-2 Pepperdine

W 8-1 UC Santa Barbara

W 8-1 * San Diego State

M13 W 9-0 * UCLA

W 8-1 * Cal State Fullerton

W 9-0 # Indiana

W 8-1 # Rollins

W 7-2 # Trinity

W 9-0 # Florida

* conference match

^ Ed Doty Invitational

% Nike Invitational

# AIAW Nationals

1979 (20-1, 7-1 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: AIAW Champions

National Finish: No. 1

M5 W 6-3 * San Diego State

M7 W 8-1 UC Santa Barbara

M10 W 7-2 * UCLA

M12 W 6-3 Pepperdine

M15 W 8-1 * at Long Beach State

M23 W 9-0 San Diego

M24 W 6-3 Colorado

A2 W 9-0 BYU

A4 W 8-1 * at San Diego State

A7 W 6-3 Stanford

W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

A16 W 8-1 * Long Beach State

A18 W 8-1 UC Irvine

A21 W 5-4 at Stanford

M1 W 9-0 * Cal State Fullerton

M5 L 4-5 * at UCLA

W 8-1 Cal Poly Pomona

J5 W 8-1 # Pepperdine

J6 W 9-0 # South Florida

J7 W 8-1 # Rollins

J8 W 8-1 # Stanford

* conference match

# AIAW Nationals

1978 (16-1, 8-0 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: USTA Champions/AIAW Finals

National Finish: No. 1/No. 2

Non-Conference: (5-0)

M13 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

M16 W 8-1 Pepperdine

W 9-0 * Long Beach State

A3 W 7-2 * Cal State Fullerton

W 6.5-2.5 * at Long Beach State

A11 W 7-2 Trinity

A15 W 7-2 * at UCLA

A18 W 8-1 Florida

A21 W 5-4 at Stanford

A25 W 9-0 * San Diego State

M2 W 8-1 BYU

W 5-4 * San Diego State

M6 W 6-3 * UCLA

W 9-0 # San Diego

W 5-4 # Rollins

W 9-0 # Florida

L 4-5 # Stanford

* conference match

# AIAW Nationals

1977 (17-0, 8-0 conference)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli

WCAA Finish: 1st

Postseason: AIAW/USTA Champions

National Finish: No. 1

F22 W 9-0 * at Long Beach State

F25 W 7-2 Pepperdine

M2 W 7-2 UC Irvine

M7 W 9-0 * at Cal State Fullerton

M13 W 8-1 at UC Santa Barbara

M19 W 7-2 * at UCLA

M22 W 9-0 * San Diego State

M28 W 7-2 * at Long Beach State

A1 W 6-3 * at San Diego State

A9 W 6-3 * UCLA

A11 W 9-0 Odessa College

A14 W 9-0 San Diego

A16 W 7-2 Stanford

A18 W 7-2 BYU

A27 W 5-4 at UC Irvine

M3 W 8-1 * Cal State Fullerton

M14 W 6-3 at Stanford

* conference match

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1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1978 NATIONAL CHAMPS • 1979 NATIONAL CHAM

TROJANS IN THE PROS

In the Pros / Opponent Records

Leslie Allen

Lea Antonopolis

Diane Desfor

Anna Marie Fernandez

Cecilia Fernandez

Gretchen Galt

Barbara Hallquist

Kelly Henry

Beth Herr

Opponent Series Records

(with year of first match in parentheses)

Opponent W L

Alabama (1999) 1 0

American (2004) 1 0

Arizona (1980) 45 15

Arizona State (1980) 46 22

Arkansas (1999) 2* 0

Army (2006) 1 0

Auburn (2010) 1 0

Baylor (2006) 0 3

Boise State (1996) 3 0

Boston University (2007) 1 0

Brigham Young (1977) 8 1

Cal Poly Pomona (1979) 1 0

Cal Poly SLO (2003) 4 0

Cal State Fullerton (1977) 20 0

Cal State Northridge (2011) 1 0

California (1981) 31 30

Clemson (1981) 8* 0

Colorado (1979) 4 0

Drake (1999) 1 0

Duke (1995) 0 3

Fairfield (2009) 1 0

Florida (1978) 9* 11

Fresno State (1989) 16 1

Georgia (1989) 1 8

Georgia Tech (2003) 1 0

Harvard (1983) 8 0

Illinois (2000) 2 0

Illinois-Chicago (2005) 1 0

Indiana (1980) 5 2

Iowa (1987) 1 0

Kansas (1997) 1 1

Kansas State (2003) 1 0

Kentucky (1988) 4 2

Long Beach State (1977) 34 0

Louisiana State (2000) 1 0

Loyola Marymount (1987) 14 0

Marist (2008) 1* 0

Maryland-Baltimore Cty. (2000) 2 0

Miami (1982) 9 4

Michigan (1983) 1 1

Michigan State (2009) 1* 0

New Mexico (1993) 1 0

North Carolina (1984) 2 1

North Carolina State (2011) 1 0

Cheryl Jones (Woods)

Caroline Kuhlman

Trey Lewis

Stacy Margolin

Sheila McInerney

Jewel Peterson

Linda Siegel

Heliane Steden

Anne White

Opponent W L

Northwestern (1981) 5 1

Notre Dame (1999) 1 2

Odessa (1977) 1 0

Oklahoma (1999) 1 0

Oklahoma State (1987) 3 2

Oral Roberts (2002) 1 0

Oregon (1997) 16 0

Pacific (1982) 9 0

Pepperdine (1977) 39* 12

Princeton (1981) 2 0

Rollins (1978) 3 0

Sacramento State (2003) 2 0

Saint Mary’s (2011) 1 0

San Diego (1977) 24* 3

San Diego State (1977) 39 4

South Alabama (2001) 2 0

South Carolina (1982) 2 0

South Florida (1979) 2 0

Stanford (1977) 18 59

Syracuse (2011) 1 0

Tennessee (1990) 2 0

Texas (1981) 13 7

Texas A&M (1986) 2 1

TCU (2004) 2 0

Texas Tech (1981) 1 0

Trinity (1978) 13 2

Tulsa (1999) 1 0

UC Irvine (1977) 24 0

UCLA (1977) 43 36

UC Santa Barbara (1977) 22 1

UNLV (1993) 6 0

USIU (1984) 7 0

Utah (1990) 2 0

Virginia (1994) 1 0

Virginia Commonwealth (2006) 1 0

Wake Forest (1997) 1 2

Washington (1993) 18* 2

Washington State (1994) 17 0

William & Mary (1990) 3 3

Wisconsin (1991) 1 1

Yale (1980) 3 0

Program Record *652-244

Bold indicates 2012 opponents.

* Due to NCAA penalty vacating wins recorded by ineligible player, 3 wins in 2008

left undecided; 1 win in 2009 became a loss, and 4 wins in 2009 left undecided.

[Revised records vs. opponents: Arkansas 1-0, Clemson 7-0, Florida 8-11, Marist

0-0, Michigan State 0-0, Pepperdine 38-2, San Diego 23-3, Washington 17-3;

revised program record: 644-245.]

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ITA HALL OF FAME

Former USC player Barbara Hallquist DeGroot and coach Dave Borelli were among

the class of six former student-athletes and coaches to be inducted into the ITA Women’s

Collegiate Hall of Fame in a ceremony held on the William and Mary campus on Saturday,

Nov. 13. Borelli -- former USC coach and current coach at TCU -- won seven national

collegiate championships as coach at USC. Barbara Hallquist DeGroot was a four-time

All-American who captured two national collegiate singles titles as a Trojan.

Joining Hallquist DeGroot and Borelli at the event were Wimbledon doubles

champion JoAnne Russell, an All-American at Trinity University in Texas; Courtney Allen,

NCAA Division III Rookie of the Year and Senior Player of the Year at Principia College;

Ed Hegmann, former women’s tennis coach and current athletic director at the University

of Mary Washington, a two-time NCAA Division III Coach of the Year; and Carrie Meyer

Richardson, winner of the 1974 national collegiate singles title while a freshman at

Marymount College in Florida.

David Borelli served as women’s tennis coach at USC from 1974 to 1988, winning

seven national team championships and earning NCAA National Collegiate Coach of

the Year honors in 1981. As an undergraduate, Borelli played on the USC men’s tennis

team, earning the USC Outstanding Senior Scholar Athlete Award in 1974. He began

his coaching career while attending USC Law School, from which he earned a J.D. in

1977. While at USC, Borelli guided individual players to five national collegiate singles

titles and one doubles titles; 25 of his players earned a total of 56 All-America honors.

He went on to work as a USTA professional tour coach, mentoring such Top 100 players

as Mardy Fish in their rookie careers. In 2002, Borelli became head coach of women’s

tennis at Texas Christian University, leading his teams from No. 56 to No. 15 in the national

rankings. Coach of the TCU men’s team from 2006-2010, Borelli returned as head coach

of the TCU women’s team in July 2010.

The first woman to receive a full athletic scholarship at USC, Barbara Hallquist

DeGroot captured the national collegiate singles title in both 1976 and 1977 and played on

four national championship teams under coach David Borelli. Ranked No. 1 in Southern

California as a junior player, Hallquist won two national USTA junior titles, and nine national

USTA titles overall. She was a co-recipient of the USTA Girls’ Sportsmanship Trophy in

1975. At USC, Hallquist was a four-time All-American, named Outstanding Female Senior

Student-Athlete in 1979 and winning the USC Post Graduate Scholarship Award. Turning

pro after college and attaining a career high world ranking of No. 30, she competed in all

four Grand Slam events and reached the quarterfinals in singles at the 1980 U.S. Open.

From 1985-88, Hallquist served as USC assistant coach, helping guide the team to the

1985 NCAA team championship. She now serves as women’s tennis coach at Cate

School in Carpinteria, California.

The ITA Women’s Collegiate Hall of Fame was established in 1995 and honors

outstanding collegiate players and coaches, as well as players who attended college

and later had a significant impact on women’s tennis. The Hall of Fame is located at the

College of William and Mary’s McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center, named for the late

Mark McCormack, founder of sports marketing giant International Management Group,

and his wife, former tennis pro Betsy Nagelsen.


A Trojan Welcome...


The Vision of USC

Did You Know?

· The USC School of Cinematic Arts (above) was proud to both celebrate its 80th anniversary during the 2009-10 academic year,

and open the doors on the first two buildings in its new Cinematic Arts complex, which pays homage to the cinematic history

of Southern California and USC. The new Cinematic Arts complex was built, thanks to a $175 million donation by USC alumnus

George Lucas. The now-completed complex includes an animation building, soundstages and a production center.

· In February 2010, the Princeton Review ranked USC's Interactive Media division as the No. 1 video-game design program in

North America. Game design formally got its start at USC in 2002, when the USC School of Cinematic Arts launched its MFA in

interactive media, although a core game-design workshop had been in place since 1999. In 2004, the school unveiled the Game

Innovation Lab, a state-of-the-art research space and think tank for game design and creation. A B.A. in interactive entertainment

was first offered in 2005. Today, USC offers four degrees in video-game development at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

For the game-play design-focused, the USC School of Cinematic Arts offers the Master of Fine Arts in interactive media and the

Bachelor of Arts in interactive entertainment. For the more engineering-oriented, the USC Viterbi School offers the Bachelor of

Science in computer science (games) and the Master of Science in computer science (game development).


The University of Southern California is a private research institution of

international distinction. It is distinguished by renowned faculty, highly

competitive admission standards, an appreciation of the arts and an

innovative community service outreach program that was recognized by

Time Princeton Review when USC was named College of the Year in 2000

and Newsweek/Kaplan College Guide's "Hot School of 2001."

Founded in 1880, it enrolls about 35,000 students annually on two

campuses, the 235-acre University Park Campus in Exposition Park and

the 50-acre Health Sciences Campus, three miles to the northeast of

downtown Los Angeles.

USC is a unique and distinguished university with a proud tradition of

achievement and unheralded success in all areas of study:

USC is a member of the Association of American Universities, a select

group of 62 elite public and private universities in the United States

and Canada that, together, do about two-thirds of all federally funded

research and development.

USC has 63 faculty members who are members of national academies.

Membership in these prestigious academies, created by Congress, is

by election only and is based on a faculty member's distinguished and

continuous achievements.

The University is the home of 17 professional schools, in addition to the

College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. These schools train specialists in

fields ranging from medicine and law to architecture, theatre, education

and business.

USC undergraduates can design degrees from 77 major and 101 minors

available in the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences, the Graduate School

and Professional Schools.

• More than 229,000 living alumni in the Trojan Family

• 40 housing facilities available both on and off campus

• More than 300 clubs and student organizations

• Many of USC's undergraduate/graduate programs rank in the top 10

nationally

• 46 fraternities and sororities

• One of the nation's best academic reputations.


The Vision of USC

Did You Know?

· USC was named No. 23 in the nation for the “best national universities” category by U.S. News & World Report in 2010. At 23rd,

USC was tied with Carnegie Mellon University. U.S. News listed USC among only five institutions in the American West in the top

25; it also included Stanford (No. 5), the California Institute of Technology (No. 7), the University of California, Berkeley (No. 22)

and UCLA (No. 25). From 1991 to date, USC has risen 28 places in the U.S. News rankings. Moreover, the university also was rated

as having the third most economically diverse student body among top schools. Two USC schools were singled out in the rankings

for quality: The USC Marshall School of Business was ranked No. 10 nationally and was listed as No. 4 in entrepreneurship and

No. 5 in real estate. The USC Viterbi School of Engineering was rated 26th overall.

· USC’s 2009 entering class is the most academically talented in the university’s 129-year history. Despite a difficult economic

environment, demand remained high, with 35,753 applications for 2,869 places in the class. Students’ average standardized test

scores are in the 94th percentile as compared to all students in the United States, and their average grade point average is 3.7.

USC offers admission without regard to ability to pay, and the university meets 100 percent of the demonstrated need of on-time

financial aid applicants. USC has the largest university-funded financial aid budget of any university in the country, providing more

than $180 million each year of university funds to undergraduates. Almost 60 percent of USC’s undergraduate students receive

some sort of university aid. This represents more than 9,000 students – more than the total undergraduate population of most

highly selective private research universities.

· USC is one of only two Los Angeles universities to own its own hospital after the university spent $275 million in 2009 to acquire

the USC University Hospital and USC Norris Cancer Center. With other hospitals comprising the university's Health Science

campus (located east of downtown Los Angeles), the acquisition ensures USC's position among the nation's top-ranked integrated

academic medical centers.

· USC is the largest private-sector employer in Los Angeles and one of the largest economic engines for the state of California.

USC's academic spending alone generates $4.9 billion annually in economic activity in the Los Angeles region and beyond.

· With the opening of a new international office in Shanghai, USC has increased its number of Asia offices to four: Shanghai, Hong

Kong, Taipei and Tokyo. USC is the nation’s leader in international education, with over 7,000 international students, more than

any other U.S. university. Academically, USC’s ties to Shanghai include partnerships with Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the

College of Civil Engineering at Shanghai-based Tongji University.

In the summer of 2010, the $100 million Ronald Tutor Campus Center opened

at the center of the USC campus. The complex includes a new admission office,

alumni center and general meeting space for student groups.


USC Undergraduate Profile

African American 5.5%

Asian 23.5%

Caucasian 44.3%

Hispanic/Latino 13.4%

Native American 0.9%

International Students 10.6%

Female 50.2%

Male 49.8%

USC undergraduates come from all 50

states and about 115 countries.

Total Enrollment 35,000

Undergraduate Students 17,000

Graduate/Professional Students 18,000

Student/Faculty Ratio 10:1

School with the largest undergraduate

enrollment is the College of Letters, Arts

and Sciences (37.4%).

Average class size for the College of Letters,

Arts and Sciences is 26 students.

Financial aid expenditures totalled $343

million.

95% of students participate in

extracurricular activities.

Statistics reflective of 2009 Fall Term.


The extended family of USC is a global network made up of thousands of alumni, students, faculty, and staff, as well as

parents of students, SCions (children and grandchildren of alumni), the Board of Trustees, the boards of councilors, donors,

athletic fans, and neighborhood partners. But the uniqueness of the Trojan Family isn’t due to its vast numbers. Rather, it’s

the extraordinary closeness and solidarity that is found in this genuinely supportive community. To its members, the term

“Trojan Family” is more than a phrase: it represents a promise, a commitment to support that is lifelong and worldwide.

USC ALMA MATER

“All Hail”

“All Hail to Alma Mater

To thy glory we sing;

All Hail to Southern California

Loud let thy praises ring;

Where Western sky meets

Western sea

Our college stands in majesty;

Sing our love to Alma Mater,

Hail, all hail to thee!”

The Trojan Family

Students

USC’s diverse student body is a strength and

source of pride. From its earliest days, USC aspired

to diversity by instituting policies that assured

no student would be denied admission because

of race, color, religion, or gender. The university

has attracted more international students over

the years than any other American university.

Currently, 11 percent of USC’s students represent

over 110 countries.

Equally important is the academic excellence

that today’s USC students bring. USC accepted

80 percent of applicants from the top 10 percent

of their high schools. The 2009 entering class’

SAT score average between 1930-2150 and GPA

average is 3.7. But USC students are more than

academic high-achievers. There have been more

Trojans in the Olympics than any American

university, and over 60 percent of the university’s

students volunteer in community-service programs

in neighborhoods around campus and throughout

LA. Outstanding, well-rounded students are a

hallmark of USC.

Did You Know?

· USC distributes $343 million in financial aid; over 60 percent of our students receive

assistance.

· For the academic year, a total of 11 percent of the student body are first-generation

college students.

And consider this:

· The student-to-faculty ratio is 10-to-1.

· The average class size is 26 students.

· Full-time faculty teach the vast majority of our courses.

· Students can get all the classes they need in order to graduate in four years.

· USC grads get great jobs, attend the best graduate and professional schools in the country

(including our own) and are supported by the Trojan Family - a network of nearly a quarter

million alumni.

Faculty

USC’s faculty members aren’t just teachers

of others’ works, but active contributors to what

is taught, thought, and practiced throughout the

world. The university’s faculty includes Nobel Prize

laureate George A. Olah and 63 members of the

National Academy of Sciences, National Academy

of Engineering, and, Institute of Medicine.

More than 200 faculty members have received

prestigious academic and professional awards from

organizations as varied as National Institutes of

Health, the National Science Foundation, the Alfred

P. Sloan Foundation, the National Endowment

for the Humanities, the John Simon Guggenheim

Foundation, and the Academy of Motion Pictures

Arts and Sciences.

Alumni

USC’s first alumni association was founded in

1885, just a year after the university graduated its

first class. Those initial eight men and women paved

the way for today’s more than 229,000-member

USC Alumni Association. Trojan alumni span all 50

states and virtually every region of the world. As

leaders in their communities and professions, they

bring recognition to their alma mater. Distinguished

alumni include former U.S. Secretary of State

Warren Christopher, astronaut Neil Armstrong,

architect Frank Gehry, opera singer Marilyn Horne,

symphony conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, film

director George Lucas, and baseball pitcher Mark

Prior. The talents and commitment of its alumni

are among USC’s greatest strengths.


Traveler

Traveler, the noble white

horse that appears at all USC

home football games with a

regal Trojan warrior astride, is

one of the most famous college

mascots.

Traveler first made an

appearance at USC football

games in 1961. Bob Jani, then

USC’s director of special events,

and Eddie Tannenbaum, then

a junior at USC, had spotted

Richard Saukko riding his white

horse, Traveler I, in the 1961 Rose

Parade. They persuaded Saukko

to ride his white horse during

USC games, serving as a mascot.

Ever since, whenever USC scores,

the band plays “Conquest” and Traveler gallops

around the Coliseum.

The current Trojan mascot is Traveler VII.

Even though the breed of horse may have changed

over the years — Travelers I through VI ranged

from an Arabian/Tennessee Walker to a pure-bred

Tennessee Walker to a pure-bred Arabian to an

Andalusian — Traveler’s color has always remained

pure white.

In the fall of 2004, USC alumnus Bill Tilley ('61)

and his wife, Nadine, donated $2 million to provide

a permanent endowment to support Traveler.

Besides the horses, USC once even had a canine

mascot. A mutt named George Tirebiter I (famous

for chasing cars through the USC campus) first

appeared at football games in 1940. He survived

a publicized dognapping by UCLA in 1947, but

succumbed under the tires of an automobile in

1950. He was succeeded by George II for three

years(1950-52), then George III for one year (1953)

and finally George IV for one year (1957).

Tommy Trojan

In the center of the USC

campus stands one of the most

famous collegiate landmarks in

the country: Tommy Trojan. Since

being unveiled in 1930 for USC’s

50th jubilee, the statue of the

bronzed Trojan warrior has served

not only as a popular meeting

place on campus, but as a symbol

of the university’s fighting spirit.

Sculpted by Roger Noble

Burnham, Tommy Trojan cost

$10,000 to build. A $1 surcharge

then on season football tickets

helped pay for it. The statue is

a composite of many USC football

players from the late 20s, most

notably 1930 Rose Bowl Player

of the Game Russ Saunders and

“Trojans”

All-American Erny Pinckert.

Inscribed on the statue’s base is

“THE TROJAN” and the university’s

seal, with the Latin motto “Palmam

qui meruit ferat (Let him who

deserves it bear away the palm).”

Below the seal are inscribed the

qualities of the ideal Trojan: “Faithful,

Scholarly, Skillful, Courageous and

Ambitious.”

Cardinal and Gold

Before 1895, the official color of

USC was gold. The official color of the

College of Liberal Arts was cardinal.

The college had its own official color

because it was the largest academic

unit in the University. In 1895, both

colors were adopted as USC’s official

colors.

USC’s nickname, “Trojans,” originated in 1912. Up

to that time, USC’s teams were called the Methodists

or Wesleyans, nicknames which were not looked upon

with favor by university officials.

So, Warren Bovard, director of athletics and son

of university president Dr. George Bovard, asked Los

Angeles Times sports editor Owen Bird to select an

appropriate nickname.

“At this time, the athletes and coaches of the

university were under terrific handicaps,” recalled

Bird. “They were facing teams that were bigger and

better-equipped, yet they had splendid fighting spirit.

The name ‘Trojans’ fitted them.”

The Spirit Of Troy

The Trojan Marching Band - known as “The Spirit

of Troy” - is perhaps the most dynamic and innovative

collegiate band in the nation. Named among the eight

best marching bands in the country by USA Today, the

band is one of the most visible tools

of the University.

Established in 1880, the band has

played for seven Presidents, appeared

in numerous movies, commercials

and television shows, and has even

produced several records of its own

music.

The band marches upwards of

80 miles a year while traveling across

the land supporting almost every

USC athletic team. A typical football

halftime show by the band takes more

than 4,000 work hours to prepare.

Now 300-plus members strong,

the Trojan Marching Band has tripled

in size since Dr. Arthur C. Bartner

became its director in 1969.

Notable Alumni

Herb Alpert, Musician

Neil Armstrong, Astronaut

Art Buchwald, Columnist

LeVar Burton, Actor

Leo Buscaglia, Author/Educator

Jerry Buss, Owner - LA Lakers

Julie Chen, TV Broadcaster

Warren Christopher,

former U.S. Secretary of State

Frank Gehry, Architect

Frank Gifford, Sportscaster

Lionel Hampton, Musician

Marilyn Horne, Opera Star

Ron Howard, Director/Actor

Keyshawn Johnson, NFL

Randy Johnson, MLB

Michael Landon, Actor

Lisa Leslie, WNBA

George Lucas, Film Director

Paul Mazursky, Director

Cheryl Miller, Sportscaster

Paul Orphala, Founder - Kinkos

Linda Johnson Rice, CEO -

Ebony, Jet Magazines

John Ritter, Actor

Barney Rosenzweig, Producer

Edward P. Roski - Co-Owner - LA Kings

and LA Lakers

Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf

Tom Selleck, Actor

Ally Sheedy, Actress

Cybill Shepard, Actress

John Singleton, Director

Lynn Swann, Sportscaster

Marlo Thomas, Actress

John Wayne, Actor

Forest Whitaker, Actor

David L. Wolper, Producer

Robert Zemeckis, Film Director


The Pac-12 Conference

PAC-12 CONFERENCE, THE CONFERENCE OF CHAMPIONS

Built on a firm foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic

performance, the Conference ushers in a new era with the additions of

the University of Colorado and University of Utah, officially becoming the

Pac-12 Conference on July 1, 2011.

The Pac-12 rises above the rest, upholding its tradition as the “Conference

of Champions” ®, claiming an incredible 180 NCAA team titles over the

past two decades, including nine in 2010-11, averaging nearly nine

championships per academic year. Even more impressive has been

the breadth of the Pac-12’s success, with championships coming in 27

different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-12 has led the nation in NCAA

Championships in 45 of the last 51 years and finished second five times.

Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the

Pac-12 was the first conference to reach 400 championships in 2010-11.

With the inclusion of CU and UU, league teams have captured 442 NCAA

titles (302 men’s, 140 women’s), outdistancing the next closest conference

by nearly 200.

The Conference’s reputation is further proven in the annual Learfield Sports

Directors’ Cup competition, the prestigious award that honors the best

overall collegiate athletics programs in the country. STANFORD continued

its remarkable run and won its unprecedented 17th-consecutive Directors’

Cup in 2010-11. Six of the top 25 Division I programs were Pac-12 member

institutions: No. 1 STANFORD, No. 3 CALIFORNIA, No. 11 UCLA, No. 14

USC, No. 16 ARIZONA and No. 21 WASHINGTON. With two teams in the

top five, it was the most of any conference.

The 2010-11 campaign was marked by the 25-year anniversary of women’s

sports in the Pac-10, with year-long focus on the milestone. And after

commissioner Larry Scott made history at the end of his first year with

the announcement of the expansion of the Conference to include the

University of Colorado and the University of Utah, he put the Conference

on the forefront, announcing a landmark television deal, which is set to

go into affect in 2012-13, and established a Pac-12 Football Championship

game in 2011.

In 2010-11, the then-Pac-10 led the country with nine NCAA titles, with

men's and women's programs sharing the wealth as the Conference

claimed five NCAA women's titles and four men's crowns.

CALIFORNIA, STANFORD and USC each won two NCAA Championships,

while six different league institutions claimed titles. The Golden Bears

swept the men’s and women’s swimming and diving crowns; the Cardinal

hoisted the national championship trophy in men’s gymnastics and

women’s water polo; and the Trojans were tops in men’s water polo and

men’s tennis.

Claiming titles in softball (ARIZONA STATE), women’s indoor track & field

(OREGON), and women’s golf (UCLA), the Pac-10 also had runners-up

in 10 NCAA Championship events: women’s volleyball (CALIFORNIA),

women’s soccer (STANFORD), women’s gymnastics (UCLA), women’s

rowing (STANFORD), women’s tennis (STANFORD), and women’s track &

field (OREGON). It was an all-Pac-10 final in men’s and women’s water

polo, as well. Overall, the Conference had 32 teams finish in the top four

at 18 NCAA Championship events.

Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-10

in 2010-11. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference, 16 witnessed

at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action.

The men sent 66 of a possible 91 teams into the postseason (65.9 percent),

while the women sent 69 of a possible 99 teams (69.7 percent).

The Conference experienced continued success in football as the league

sent two teams to BCS Bowl games, with the Ducks earning a spot in

the national championship bout. Overall, four went to bowls games.

Oregon claimed its ninth Pac-10 crown in the sport, making its first-ever

appearance in the BCS title game. Meanwhile, STANFORD (Discover

Orange Bowl), ARIZONA (Valero Alamo Bowl), WASHINGTON (Holiday

Bowl) also earned bowl bids. Oregon and Stanford were ranked in the

top-5 of the Associated Press’ poll at season’s end, finishing third and

fourth, respectively.

Pac-10 regular-season champion ARIZONA, tournament champion

WASHINGTON, UCLA and USC represented the Conference in the NCAA

Men’s Basketball Tournament, and three others competed in other

postseason events. The Wildcats’ run to the Elite Eight gave the league its

22nd appearance in the last 24 years. The CBI title returned to the Pac-10

after OREGON bested Creighton in a best-of-three series for the crown.

On the women’s side, three teams competed in the NCAA Tournament

and three others competed in postseason play. STANFORD made its

fourth-consecutive NCAA Women’s Final Four appearance after winning

its fifth-straight Pac-10 Tournament crown. UCLA made its first back-toback

postseason outing for the first time since 1998-99. USC advanced

to the WNIT championship game, while ARIZONA and CALIFORNIA were

also invited to the event.

Without question, the Conference has dominated the softball field, winning

23 national championships in the sport since 1982 and six in a row after

ARIZONA STATE hoisted the 2011 NCAA trophy, its second in three years.

Seven Pac-10 teams earned NCAA Tournament bids, with two advancing

to the NCAA Women’s College World Series, including Pac-10 Champion

ASU and CALIFORNIA.

Six Pac-10 baseball teams received NCAA Tournament bids in 2011.

ARIZONA STATE, CALIFORNIA, OREGON STATE and STANFORD reached the

Super Regionals, with Cal ultimately punching its ticket for the NCAA Men’s

College World Series, its first appearance in the CWS since 1992. ARIZONA,

and UCLA also represented the Conference in the postseason event.


The Conference swept two men’s and women’s sports, capturing national

championships in swimming & diving and water polo. CALIFORNIA took

home both swimming & diving crowns. In water polo, USC was the top

men’s teams and the STANFORD women were national champs.

With the additions of Colorado and Utah, Pac-12 members have won 302

NCAA team championships on the men’s side, 89 more than the next

closest conference. Men’s NCAA crowns have come at a phenomenal

rate for the Pac-12 - 16 basketball titles by six schools (more than any

other conference), 52 tennis titles, 44 outdoor track & field crowns, and

26 baseball titles. Pac-12 members have won 25 of 42 NCAA titles in

volleyball, 37 of 42 in water polo, and 22 in swimming & diving national

championships.

Individually, the Conference has produced an impressive number of NCAA

men’s individual champions, as well, boasting 2,019 individual crowns.

On the women’s side, the story is much the same. Since the NCAA began

conducting women’s championships 30 years ago, Pac-12 members have

claimed at least four national titles in a single season on 22 occasions,

including 2010-11. Overall, the Pac-12 has captured 140 NCAA women’s

titles, easily outdistancing the SEC, which is second, with 77. Pac-10

members have dominated a number of sports, winning 23 softball titles, 19

tennis crowns, 13 of the last 21 volleyball titles, 14 of the last 22 trophies

in golf, and 12 in swimming & diving.

Pac-12 women student-athletes shine nationally on an individual basis,

as well, having captured an unmatched 616 NCAA individual crowns, an

average of nearly 21 championships per season.

PAC-12 CONFERENCE HISTORY

The roots of the Pac-12 Conference date back over 95 years to December 2,

1915, when the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) was founded at a meeting

at the Oregon Hotel in Portland, Ore. The original membership consisted

of four schools - the University of California at Berkeley, the University

of Washington, the University of Oregon, and Oregon State College (now

Oregon State University). All still are charter members of the Conference.

Pacific Coast Conference play began in 1916 and, one year later,

Washington State College (now Washington State University) was accepted

into the league, with Stanford University following in 1918.

In 1922, the PCC expanded to eight teams with the admission of the

University of Southern California (USC) and the University of Idaho. In

1924, the University of Montana joined the league roster, and in 1928,

the PCC grew to 10 members with the addition of UCLA.

The Pacific Coast Conference competed as a 10-member league until 1950,

with the exception of 1943-45 when World War II curtailed intercollegiate

athletic competition to a minimum. During that time, the league’s first

commissioner was named. Edwin N. Atherton was Commissioner in

1940 and was succeeded by Victor O. Schmidt in 1944. In 1950, Montana

resigned from the Conference and joined the Mountain States Conference.

The PCC continued as a nine-team Conference through 1958.

In 1959, the PCC was dissolved and the Athletic Association of Western

Universities was formed and Thomas J. Hamilton was appointed

Commissioner of the new league. The original AAWU membership

included California, Stanford, Southern California, UCLA and Washington.

Washington State joined the membership in 1962, while Oregon and

Oregon State joined in 1964. Under Hamilton’s watch, the name Pacific-8

Conference was adopted in 1968. In 1971, Wiles Hallock took over as

Commissioner of the Pac-8.

Ten years later, on July 1, 1978, the University of Arizona and Arizona State

University were admitted to the league and the Pacific-10 Conference

became a reality. In 1986-87, the league took on a new look, expanding

to include 10 women’s sports. Thomas C. Hansen was named the

Commissioner of the Pac-10 in 1983, a role he would hold for 26 years

until 2009. Hansen was succeeded by current Commissioner Larry Scott,

who took on the new role in July 2009.

During the 2010-11 academic year, Scott helped deliver monumental

changes that transformed the Conference into a modern 12-team league.

The Conference expanded by adding the University of Colorado and the

University of Utah, agreed to equal revenue sharing for the first time in

Conference history, created two divisions, the North and the South, for

football only, established a Football Championship Game for the first time

ever, secured a landmark media rights deal that dramatically increased

national exposure and revenue for each school and established the Pac-12

Network and Pac-12 Digital Network that guaranteed enhanced exposure

across all sports.

The University of Colorado accepted its invitation to join the Pac-12 on

June 11, 2010, and on June 17, 2010, the University of Utah agreed to join

the Conference. The Buffaloes and Utes officially became the 11th and

12th members of the Conference July 1, 2011, the first additions to the

league since 1978. During the 33 years between expansions, Conference

teams claimed 258 NCAA titles, including 130 women’s and 128 men’s.

Currently, the Pac-12 sponsors 11 men’s sports and 11 women’s sports.

Additionally, the Conference is a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports

Federation (MPSF) in four other men’s sports and three women’s sports.

The Pac-12 Conference offices are located 25 miles east of San Francisco

in Walnut Creek, Calif.

Pac-12 Conference

1350 Treat Blvd., Suite 500

Walnut Creek, CA 94597

Phone (925) 932-4411

www.pac-12.org


National

Championships

USC has long dominated the world of intercollegiate athletics.

In fact, it could be argued that Troy was the “Collegiate Athletic

Program of the 20th Century.” USC men and women have combined

for 116 national team titles.

Trojan men’s teams are tops in the nation in NCAA

championships with 80 — more than any other university. Overall,

USC’s men have won 92 national championships.

USC has won the National Collegiate All-Sports Championship

— an annual ranking by USA Today (previously The Knoxville Journal)

of the country’s top men’s athletic programs — six times (1971-72-

74-75-77-80) since its inception in 1971.

USC’s women are also a force, with 23 national team titles, all

since 1976.

From 1959-60 to 1984-85, USC put together an amazing streak.

In each of those 26 years, at least one Trojan team won a national

championship (including five crowns in both 1962-63 and 1976-77).

Current streaks are held by both the USC men's water polo

and tennis teams, which have each captured three straight NCAA

championships and are now on the hunt for four in a row.

Four-time NCAA 100m

champion and two-time

Olympian Angela Williams

Two-time NCAA champion

and four-time Olympic

medalist Kaitlin Sandeno

Men's tennis won its third consecutive

NCAA championship in 2011.

MEN'S TEAM TITLES (92)

Football (11)

1928 Howard Jones

1931 Howard Jones

1932 Howard Jones

1939 Howard Jones

1962 John McKay

1967 John McKay

1972 John McKay

1974 John McKay

1978 John Robinson

2003 Pete Carroll

2004 Pete Carroll

Baseball (12)

1948 Sam Berry

Rod Dedeaux

1958 Rod Dedeaux

1961 Rod Dedeaux

1963 Rod Dedeaux

1968 Rod Dedeaux

1970 Rod Dedeaux

1971 Rod Dedeaux

1972 Rod Dedeaux

1973 Rod Dedeaux

1974 Rod Dedeaux

1978 Rod Dedeaux

1998 Mike Gillespie

Gymnastics (1)

1962 Jack Beckner

Indoor Track and Field (2)

1967 Vern Wolfe

1972 Vern Wolfe

Swimming and Diving (9)

1960 Peter Daland

1963 Peter Daland

1964 Peter Daland

1965 Peter Daland

1966 Peter Daland

1974 Peter Daland

1975 Peter Daland

1976 Peter Daland

1977 Peter Daland

Tennis (19)

1946 William Moyle

1951 Louis Wheeler

1955 George Toley

1958 George Toley

1962 George Toley

1963 George Toley

1964 George Toley

1966 George Toley

1967 George Toley

1968 George Toley

1969 George Toley

1976 George Toley (tie)

1991 Dick Leach

1993 Dick Leach

1994 Dick Leach

2002 Dick Leach

2009 Peter Smith

2010 Peter Smith

2011 Peter Smith

Track and Field (26)

1926 Dean Cromwell

1930 Dean Cromwell

1931 Dean Cromwell

1935 Dean Cromwell

1936 Dean Cromwell

1937 Dean Cromwell

1938 Dean Cromwell

1939 Dean Cromwell

1940 Dean Cromwell

1941 Dean Cromwell

1942 Dean Cromwell

1943 Dean Cromwell

1949 Jess Hill

1950 Jess Hill

1951 Jess Mortensen

1952 Jess Mortensen

1953 Jess Mortensen

1954 Jess Mortensen

1955 Jess Mortensen

1958 Jess Mortensen

1961 Jess Mortensen

1963 Vern Wolfe

1965 Vern Wolfe (tie)

1967 Vern Wolfe

1968 Vern Wolfe

1976 Vern Wolfe

Volleyball (6)

1949 Hans Vogel (USVBA)

1950 Hans Vogel (USVBA)

1977 Ernie Hix

1980 Ernie Hix

1988 Bob Yoder

1990 Jim McLaughlin

Water Polo (6)

1999 John Williams

Jovan Vavic

2003 Jovan Vavic

2005 Jovan Vavic

2008 Jovan Vavic

2009 Jovan Vavic

2010 Jovan Vavic

2011 Jovan Vavic

WOMEN'S TEAM TITLES (23)

Basketball (2)

1983 Linda Sharp

1984 Linda Sharp

Golf (2)

2003 Andrea Gaston

2008 Andrea Gaston

Swimming and Diving (1)

1997 Mark Schubert

Tennis (7)

1977 Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1977 Dave Borelli (USTA)

1978 Dave Borelli (USTA)

1979 Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1980 Dave Borelli (AIAW)

1983 Dave Borelli

1985 Dave Borelli

Track and Field (1)

2001 Ron Allice

Soccer (1)

2007 Ali Khoshroshahin

Volleyball (6)

1976 Chuck Erbe (AIAW)

1977 Chuck Erbe (AIAW)

1980 Chuck Erbe (AIAW)

1981 Chuck Erbe

2002 Mick Haley

2003 Mick Haley

Water Polo (3)

1999 Jovan Vavic (NCWWP)

2004 Jovan Vavic

2010 Jovan Vavic


The USC Athletic Experience

USC has a proud athletic heritage — and with good reason. Arguably, Troy could be

regarded as one of the best collegiate athletic programs in the nation:

· Trojan teams have won more national championships, 92 men’s (including a national-best

79 men's NCAA titles) and 23 women’s, than all but two other universities

· The Trojans won at least one national team title in 26 consecutive years

(1959-60 to 1984-85)

· USC has won the National College All-Sports Championship — an annual ranking by USA

Today (previously The Knoxville Journal) of the country’s top men’s athletic programs — six

times since its inception in 1971

· USC has won the annual Gauntlet Trophy, a year-long all-sports competition between

Troy and crosstown rival UCLA, seven times (2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

· Trojan male athletes have won more individual NCAA titles (303) than those from any

other school in the nation (the Women of Troy have brought home another 60 individual

NCAA crowns)

· Troy also has established a stellar reputation and a long tradition of nurturing Olympic

athletes. From 1904 to 2008, 393 Trojan athletes had competed in the Games, taking

home 122 gold medals (with at least one gold in every summer Olympics since 1912),

76 silver and 60 bronze. In 2008, USC sent another 41 Trojans to Beijing and came away

with 9 gold, 10 silver and 2 bronze medals. If USC had competed as a country in Beijing,

it would have finished 13th in the overall medal standings.

· Four Trojans have won the prestigious Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in

America: diver Sammy Lee (1953), shot putter Parry O’Brien (1959), swimmer John Naber

(1977) and Janet Evans (1989)

· Two Women of Troy athletes have won the Honda-Broderick Cup as the top collegiate

woman athlete of the year: Cheryl Miller (1983-84) and Angela Williams (2001-02)

· USC has won six Heisman Trophy winners with the most recent winners being Carson

Palmer (2002) and Matt Leinart (2004)

· Along with the great accomplishments on the playing fields, USC student-athletes have

received 50 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, in the top 10 among all schools. In addition,

USC has had 29 first team Academic All-Americans and four athletes who were Rhodes

Scholars

Four-time Olympic Gold

medalist Lenny Krayzelburg

2003 Heisman Trophy winner

Carson Palmer

1998 NCAA baseball champions

2010 NCAA men's water polo champions

2003 NCAA women's volleyball champions

2010 NCAA men's tennis champions


Marks Stadium

The David X. Marks Tennis Stadium on the USC campus is one of the

intimate and historical collegiate tennis facilities in the country. During

winter of 2006, a sixth court was added to the main stadium, allowing for

dual-match competition to be played out entirely in front of fans within

the 1,000-seat venue, which also boasts a large scoreboard to allow fans

to follow each match point-for-point from their stadium seat and online

at www.usctrojans.com.

Two of the courts are named after famous USC alumni and

Wimbledon singles champions, Alex Olmedo and Stan Smith. The center

court is named for USC’s 13 Grand Slam doubles champions — Byron

Black, Bob Falkenburg, Luke Jensen, Murphy Jensen, Rick Leach, Bob

Lutz, Gene Mako, Olmedo, Rafael Osuna, Dennis Ralston, Raul Ramirez,

Ted Schroeder and Smith.

Underneath the stadium is the beautiful Leonard Andrews Varsity

Lounge and Team Room, along with two locker rooms. The locker rooms

also have been renovated through a generous gift made by John and

Michelle Katnik of Diversified Development. Each locker room features

the program’s conference championship trophies, and walls are adorned

with USC’s NCAA singles and doubles champions, as well as the men’s

and women’s national championship trophies.


At the entrance to the stadium is a list of all 19 of the USC men’s national

champion years and seven women’s tennis national championships,

including a newly-added 2011 for the men’s third straight title. Plaques

honoring Trojan legends Dick Leach and George Toley also adorn the

entrance of Marks Stadium.

The stadium was dedicated in 1973 when former Trojan stars Alex

Olmedo, Stan Smith, Dennis Ralston and Bob Lutz held a tennis exhibition.

The 1974 men’s NCAA Tournament was held at Marks Stadium (USC

finished second).


Athletic Facilities

Heritage Hall, which sits in the middle of the USC campus,

houses the University’s athletic department and celebrates the

glorious Trojan athletic heritage.

Originally 48,000 square feet and built at a cost of $2.8

million, the three-level brick and concrete colonnaded building

opened in 1971 and since then it has been expanded three

times.

Between the north and south wings on the building’s

ground level are some of USC’s numerous athletic trophies,

including various NCAA team championships, six Heisman

Trophies and the jerseys of Troy’s winners, and updated

displays honoring recent successful Trojan athletes. Plaques

commemorating the members of USC’s Athletic Hall of Fame

are located in the patio. The Honors Rail, which encircles the

open-air foyer above the first floor lobby, has bronze medallions

saluting every Trojan who won an Olympic gold medal, captured

an NCAA individual championship, or was named a first team

All-American in an NCAA sport in which there are no individual

champions.

The underground lower level of Heritage Hall houses

various locker rooms, plus the equipment room, medical

training room, the Jess Hill Weight Room, and the McAlister

Academic Resource Center.

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the home of the USC

football program, a historic facility that first opened in 1923

and has been the host for two Olympics (1932 and 1984). The

Coliseum is located just south of the USC campus.

USC’s swimming and water polo coaches are located in

the nearby Kennedy Aquatics Building, while the baseball staff

has offices at Dedeaux Field which underwent a $4-million

renovation in 2002 to add 700 additional seats, chairback seats,

a player’s lounge, remodeled coaches offices and hall of fame.

Outside the northwest corner of Heritage Hall, the

$3-million Galen Center — a popular sports-themed dining and

activity center — opened in early 1999.

USC's other on-campus athletic facilities include Howard

Jones (football practice field), the McDonald's Swim Stadium,

Marks Tennis Stadium, Cromwell Field and Katherine B. Loker

Stadium (men's and women's track) and McAlister Field

(women's soccer).

In October of 2006, the brand new, 10,258-seat, on-campus

events center, Galen Center, opened and houses the men's

and women's volleyball and men's and women's basketball

programs. The Galen Center features a weight room and

training room with locker rooms for all four teams. The Galen

Center allows all four teams to be able to practice at the same

time with three full volleyball courts available for the USC

women's volleyball program.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum


McDonald's Swim Stadium

Katherine B. Loker Stadium

Heritage Hall

Dedeaux FIeld

McAlister Field

David X. Marks Stadium

Galen Center


Los Angeles

The University of Southern California is nestled in the city of Los Angeles, the second-largest city in

the United States with nearly four million residents. In fact the combined population for Los Angeles County

and Orange County (located east) is close to 13 million people.

Nicknamed "The City of Angels", the Los Angeles metropolitan area is the third-highest economic

center in the world behind New York and Tokyo. Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in terms of

demographics in the United States and benefits from one of the mildest climates.

The average temperature is 66 degrees during the year with an average high of 75 degrees as the

city receives on average just 35 days of precipitation.

Not only do residents in Los Angeles enjoy year-round sunshine, but they can drive from the beach

to the mountains or to the desert within a two-hour drive.

With the many activities and attractions available in the area, Los Angeles has not only been a

destination for many tourists, but one of the best cities in the world to call home.


Los Angeles


STAPLES Center in downtown Los Angeles is home to the Los Angeles

Lakers, the Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Clippers. Located just

five minutes from the USC campus, STAPLES Center is part of the $2.5

billion entertainment complex known as L.A. Live (photo courtesy AEG)

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