Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Cal women rise to No. 3 in national rankings

   The Cal women rose one spot in this week's national rankings to No. 3 after beating rival Stanford 5-2 in Berkeley on Saturday.
   The Bears (20-3, 9-1) will take an eight-match winning streak into the Pac-12 Championships, Thursday through Sunday in Ojai.
   Cal is led by third-ranked Maegan Manasse, a sophomore from Redondo Beach in the Los Angeles area.
   Stanford (15-5, 7-3) fell two notches to No. 13.
   The next rankings will be released on May 1.
COLLEGE RANKINGS
(Top 10 and Northern California; previous ranking in parentheses)
Women's team
1. North Carolina (1)
2. USC (2)
3. Cal (4)
4. Vanderbilt (9)
5. Florida (3)
6. UCLA (5)
7. Georgia (6)
8. Baylor (8)
9. Texas A&M (7)
10. Virginia (12)
13. Stanford (11)
37. Saint Mary's (45)
49. Fresno State (43)
62. San Jose State (62)
64. USF (58)
Women's singles
1. Robin Anderson, UCLA
2. Carol Zhao, Stanford 
3. Maegan Manasse, Cal
4. Brooke Austin, Florida
5. Julia Elbaba, Virginia
6. Lauren Herring,Georgia
7. Jamie Loeb, North Carolina
8. Sydney Campbell, Vanderbilt
9. Julia Jones, Mississippi
10. Stephanie Wagner, Miami
14. Giuliana Olmos (Fremont resident), USC 
17. Taylor Davidson, Stanford
25. Klara Fabikova, Cal
27. Caroline Doyle, Stanford
41. Zsofi Susanyi, Cal
42. Denise Starr, Cal
49. Lynn Chi, Cal
75. Sophie Watts, Fresno State
92. Karla Popovic, Cal
100. Ellen Tsay, Stanford
109. Krista Hardebeck, Stanford
Women's doubles
1. Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe, Alabama
2. Taylor Davidson and Carol Zhao, Stanford
3. Catherine Harrison and Kyle McPhillips, UCLA
4. Beatrice Gumulya and Jessy Rompies, Clemson
5. Brooke Austin and Kourtney Keegan, Florida
6. Klara Fabikova and Zsofi Susanyi, Cal
7. Pleun Burgmans and Emily Flickinger, Auburn
8. Maegan Manasse and Denise Starr, Cal
9. Robin Anderson and Jennifer Brady, UCLA
10. Viktoriya Lushkova and Kelsey Laurente, Oklahoma State
18. Caroline Doyle and Ellen Tsay, Stanford
20. Giuliana Olmos (Fremont resident) and Zoe Scandalis, USC
41. Hadley Berg (Greenbrae resident) and Caroline Dailey, South Carolina
45. Lynn Chi and Denise Starr, Cal
49. Joanna Smith and Kassidy Jump (Granite Bay resident), Arizona State
59. Parminder Kaur and Jana McCord, Saint Mary's
Men's team
1. Oklahoma (1)
2. Baylor (2)
3. Texas A&M (6)
4. Illinois (3)
5. Virginia (4)
6. TCU (7)
7. Georgia (5)
8. USC (9)
9. Duke (8)
10. Texas (10)
25. Cal (28)
26. Stanford (24)
52. USF (55)   
57. UC Davis (53)
69. Fresno State (--)
Men's singles
1. Julian Lenz, Baylor
2. Alex Alvarez Llamas, Oklahoma
3. Mackenzie McDonald (Piedmont resident), UCLA
4. Soren Hess-Olesen, Texas
5. Andrew Harris, Oklahoma
6. Sebastian Stiefelmeyer, Louisville
7. Ryan Shane, Virginia
8. Gonzales Austin, Vanderbilt
9. Quentin Monaghan, Notre Dame
10. Dominik Koepfer, Tulane
29. Andre Goransson, Cal
30. Tom Fawcett, Stanford
69. John Morrissey, Stanford
93. Collin Altamirano (Sacramento resident), Virginia
99. Filip Bergevi, Cal
116. Bernardo Saraiva, USF
Men's doubles
1. Austin Smith and Ben Wagland, Georgia
2. Luca Corinteli and Ryan Shane, Virginia
3. Roberto Quiroz and Yannick Hanfmann, USC
4. Kevin Metka and Ralf Steinback, Ohio State
5. Mikelis Libietis and Hunter Reese, Tennessee
6. Gonzales Austin and Rhys Johnson, Vanderbilt
7. Harrison Adams and Shane Vinsant, Texas A&M
8. Julian Cash and Florian Lakat, Mississippi State
9. Mackenzie McDonald (Piedmont resident) and Martin Redlicki, UCLA
10. Axel Alvarez Llamas and Dane Webb, Oklahoma
13. John Morrissey and Robert Stineman, Stanford
49. Gregory Bayane and Chase Melton, Cal
83. Maciek Romanowicz and Tom Fawcett, Stanford
86. Andre Goransson and Oskar Wikberg, Cal
89. Bernardo Saraiva and Nils Skajaa, USF

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