Pomona-Pitzer Hosts ITA Regionals (Updated With Final Results)

Pomona-Pitzer Hosts ITA Regionals (Updated With Final Results)

USTA/ITA 2014 West Regional Results (PDF): Women's Singles | Women's Doubles | Men's Singles | Men's Doubles  

Men's Consolation Brackets:
Men's Singles 1st Round Consolation | Men's Singles 2nd Round Consolation | Men's Doubles 1st Round Consolation | Men's Doubles 2nd Round Consolation 

Women's Consolation Brackets:
Women's Singles Consolation | Women's Doubles Consolation | 

Claremont, Calif. – The Pomona-Pitzer Men's Tennis and Women's Tennis teams served as the host of the United States Tennis Association (USTA)/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) 2014 Small College West Regional tournament from Friday-Sunday at the Pauley Tennis Complex. 

The men's singles championship was won by unseeded Glenn Hull of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, who beat two of his teammates to win the title - knocking off top seed Warren Wood in the semifinals and second-seeded Nik Marino in the finals. 

The men's doubles championship was also won by an unseeded team, as senior Connor Hudson and freshman Kalyan Chadalavada won in a third set tiebreaker over top-seeded Wood and Marino of CMS. The set scores were 6-4, 2-6, 7-6, with the tiebreaker ending 7-2 in favor of the Sagehens. 

The women's singles championship featured an epic three-set battle between Andrea Madrigal of La Verne and Caroline Ward of CMS, the top two seeds. Ward trailed 5-2 in the third set and fought off four match points to take a 6-5 lead. Madrigal then fought off four match points to get it to a tiebreaker and fought off a fifth match point in the tiebreaker before Ward won 7-4 to complete a 2-6, 6-0, 7-6 win. 

Ward completed the singles-doubles sweep with teammate Katie Kuosman in the doubles championship, defeating Lea Lynn Yen and Grace Hruska of Pomona-Pitzer 6-2, 7-6. Yen and Hruska came back from 5-2 in the second set, fighting off three match points to get it to a tiebreaker, but Kuosman sealed the win in the tiebreaker with a volley for a 7-4 win. 

The singles and doubles champions move on to the USTA/ITA Small College Nationals, which will be held on Oct. 9-11 in Sumter, South Carolina. For the complete tournament results, including the consolation brackets, click on the above links.