2019 USTA Girl’s 14 Nationals – ReCap

Posted on August 13, 2019 and filed under Uncategorized

Thank you for taking part in the 58th USTA Girls’ 14 National Championships in Rome, GA. It was an honor to have you as part of this memorable event.

It was a long 9 days from Check-in to the Finals, but with the able assistance of Allison Harris, we ALMOST had a dry event. (I guess 7 out of 8 days isn’t bad.)

I’m sorry for missing watermelon on Sunday, but it was restored on Monday.

Below are pictures of our award winners. We missed a one or two, but here they are ….

Sportsmanship Award
will be mailed to Anusha Iyer of North Potomac, Maryland.
She doesn’t know it yet, so… Congratulations Anusha !!!

Our on-court Officials nominated players for this award.

Singles Final
Finalist, Brooklyn Olson of Bradenton, FL (white top)
Champion, Theadora of Port Washinton, NY

Doubles Final (right to left)
Champion, Maddy Zampardo of Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
Champion, Ananya Annapantula of Mason, OH
Finalist, Macy Hitchcock of Eaton, OH
Finalist, Piper Charney of Mt. Pleasant, SC

Singles 3rd/4th Playoff,
3rd Place, Piper Charney of Mt. Pleasant, SC
4th Place, Lamija Avdic Kirkland WA of was unable to play.

Doubles 3rd/4th Playoff
3rd Place, Ahmani Guichard of Seminole, FL
3rd Place, Lexington Reed of Orlando, FL
4th Place, Lauren Joyce of Lodi, CA
4th Place, Sage Loudon of Delray Beach, FL

Singles 5th Place,
Kinaa Graham of Austin, TX

Doubles Consolation
Winner, Elisabeth Dunac of University Park, MD
Winner, Anusha Iyer of North Potomac, MD
Finalist, Eleanor Coleman of Tulsa, OK
Finalist, Caitlin Flower of St. Louis, MO

Bronze Consolation
Winner, Olivia Benton of Rosedale, NY
Finalist, Sahana Madala of O Fallon, MO

Congratulations, and we hope to see you again next year unless you are too old!

If you are aging up, we have two National Level 2 events with Girls’ 16’s in May and June 2020, so you have no excuse for not coming back !!!

Thank you,

I just had to show you this sunrise with the light poles to courts 11-16 in the foreground one more time….

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