Oracle ITA Division II Women’s Doubles Rankings — May 6, 2021


Coach Tabet’s Greyhounds head into the NCAA Championships with the top spots in the Oracle ITA Division II Women’s Team, Singles, and Doubles Rankings. Alekseeva and Novikova have been a dominant force in doubles all year long. They have won an outstanding 15 straight doubles matches this season at the top of the lineup.

 

The duo is followed in the rankings by UCO’s Abidullina and Dunlap. The pair have been a big factor in the Bronchos success this season. This season the Chos could almost always count on a win at No. 1 doubles from the duo. They only dropped three matches all season.

 

The top three is rounded out by another UIndy pair. Seniors Kislitskaya and Lagoda hold court for the Greyhounds at No. 2 doubles. The pair have only dropped two matches the entire spring season.

 

The Oracle ITA Division II Women’s Team Rankings and Singles Rankings were also released Friday.
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Oracle/ITA Division II Women’s Rankings

Top 25 National Doubles
Coaches Poll administered by the ITA
May 6, 2021

Rank Player 1 Player 2 Team
1 Nikol Alekseeva Anna Novikova Univ. of Indianapolis
2 Adel-Byanu Abidullina Isabella Dunlap University Of Central Oklahoma
3 Alina Kislitskaya Kristina Lagoda Univ. of Indianapolis
4 Alexandra Borg Georgina Groth Rollins College
5 Berta Bonardi Sara Yigin Univ. of West Florida
6 Yana Fleyer Aliaksandra Davidzenka Queens University of Charlotte
7 Chantal Nosievici Natalie Espinal Nova Southeastern University
8 Anna Savchenko Petra Ivankovic Azusa Pacific University
9 Beatriz Lopez Candice Paya Columbus State University
10 Deniz Khazan Madeline Bosnjak Barry University
11 Tiffany Hollebeck Casie Curry Midwestern State University
12 Florentia Hadjigeorgiou Valeriya Monko Augustana University
13 Paola Landin Mae Canete University Of Central Oklahoma
14 Valentina Gonzalez Ena Ovcina Angelo State University
15 Brooklyn Ross Isabel Heras Metropolitan State College of Denver
16 Molly Helgesson Lavinia Lancellotti Saint Leo University
17 Colbeyshae Emery Mary Brascia Biola University
18 Esther Guemes Raquel Amaro Christian Brothers University
19 Ioanna Lathouri Anya Chavez Missouri Western State University
20 Constanca Crespo Dona Abohabaga Southwest Baptist
21 Lois Page Adrianna Gonzalez Slippery Rock Univ. of Pennsylvania
22 Marleen Tilgner Mihoki Miyahara Hawaii Pacific University
23 Barbie Quagliardi Julia Kielen Adelphi University
24 Eden Schlagenhauf Luisa Hrda Flagler (Fla.)
25 Julia Lif Prinkle Singh Univ. of Charleston (West Virginia)
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