Division I Women’s ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (“ITA”) has released today the NCAA Division I Women’s ITA Collegiate Tennis National Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point which feature the Top 125 singles players and the Top 60 doubles teams at the conclusion of the fall season.

With the ITA Women’s All-American Championship and the National Fall Championships now behind us, the picture has started to become clearer as to what the spring dual match season will look like with several returners and newcomers establishing themselves as serious contenders this fall.

One of these players who looked unstoppable this fall was North Carolina’s Fiona Crawley, who did not drop a single match in singles play over these past few months. This includes winning the Women’s Singles Championships at both the All-American Championships as well as the National Fall Championships, marking the first time this feat had been accomplished since 2016.

Crawley was just one part of a very successful fall season for the entire North Carolina team as three players earned their spots into the Top 10 of the November 16th National Singles Rankings after semifinal and quarterfinal appearances at both ITA National Championships this fall.

Across the entire Singles Rankings, eight freshmen, and or newcomers, make their debut in the National Singles Rankings, including USC’s Madison Sieg who comes in as the No. 2 ranked player in the country after winning the 2022 Milwaukee Tennis Classic Champion against some very strong competition in her first collegiate action.

In doubles, all of the Semifinalists from both the All-American Championships as well as the National Fall Championships sit within the Top 10 of the November 16th National Doubles Rankings.

Within the entire Top 20 of the National Doubles Rankings, the ACC leads the charge with seven teams represented, followed closely by the Pac-12 which has four teams represented in the Top 20.

For more information on how these computerized rankings are calculated, head over to our ITA Rankings Explained page which provides information on the algorithm and other factors used to determine these National Team Rankings.


ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point
  • National Singles Computerized Rankings
  • November 16, 2022

*Fr/Nc = Freshman or Newcomer who was not eligible for a September preseason Top 125 Ranking

  • National Doubles Computerized Rankings
  • November 16, 2022
Rank Players School Record Prev.
1 Fiona Crawley/Carson Tanguilig North Carolina 9-1 NR
2 Jaedan Brown / Kari Miller Michigan 12-2 NR
3 Elaine Chervinsky / Natasha Subhash Virginia 9-2 26
4 Savannah Broadus/Janice Tjen Pepperdine 13-1 6
5 Maiko Uchijima/Jamie Wei Temple 12-1 NR
6 Adel-Byanu Abidullina / Eliza Askarova Delaware 11-1 NR
7 Anastasiya Komar / Nikita Vishwase USL 12-3 NR
8 Nell Miller / Amelia Rajecki NC State 9-5 NR
9 Patricija Spaka / Domenika Turkovic ArizonaState 10-5 22
10 Carolyn Ansari / Ariana Arseneault Auburn 7-1 NR
11 Kimmi Hance / Elise Wagle UCLA 6-1 NR
12 Anna Brylin / Brooke Killingsworth WakeForest 8-4 3
13 Chloe Beck/Cameron Morra duke 12-3 NR
14 Daevenia Achong / Alexa Noel Miami (FL) 2-1 35
15 Jessica Alsola/Katja Wiersholm California 11-4 NR
16 Carson Tanguilig / Reilly Tran North Carolina 3-5 36
17 Angel Oby Kajuru / Chie Kezuka Iowa State 7-2 NR
18 Mary Brumfield / Selma Cadar Maryland 7-2 NR
19 Katherine Duong / Megan Heuser Illinois 8-2 NR
20 Eryn Cayetano/Madison Sieg USC 2-1 NR
21 Margaux Maquet / Lucia Quiterio Charlotte 7-6 19
22 Alexandra Pisareva / Layne Sleeth Oklahoma 2-0 28
23 Jayci Goldsmith / Mary Stoiana Texas A&M 5-1 NR
24 Metka Komac / Cristina Tiglea Texas Tech 7-3 NR
25 Julia Adams / Annabelle Xu Virginia 4-2 52
26 Daria Frayman/Grace Joyce Princeton 4-3 NR
27 Filippa Bruu-Syversen / Amelia Honer UC Santa Barbara 2-1 NR
28 Diae El Jardi / Allison Zipoli Rice 2-0 NR
29 Sophia Biolay / Marie Mattel UCF 3-0 NR
30 Yelizaveta KarlovaVictoria Matasova VCUs 6-2 NR
31 Irina Cantos Siemers / Sydni Ratliff Ohio State 6-5 24
32 Taylor Johnson/Jackie Nylander EMS 6-2 NR
33 Anastasia Astakhova / Adeline Flach Auburn 1-1 NR
34 Leonie Hoppe / Katherine Jhang New Mexico 8-1 NR
35 Addison Ahlstrom / Britany Lau Brown 8-1 NR
36 Alexis Blokhina / Alexandra Yepifanova Stanford 4-1 NR
37 Maria Aguiar/Laura Lopez Boston College 6-3 27
38 Winslow Huth / Lana Mavor EMS 4-0 NR
39 Miska Kadleckova / Angel Oby Kajuru Iowa State 3-2 NR
T-40 Chie Kezuka / Thasaporn Naklo Iowa State 2-1 NR
T-40 Sophia Hurrion / Andjela Lopicic Marshall 2-1 NR
42 Carson Branstine/Jayci Goldsmith Texas A&M 2-1 21
43 Jeanette Mireles / Gianna Pielet Texas A&M 5-1 NR
44 Anet Koskel/Zoey Weil Minnesota 8-2 NR
45 Anya Lamoreaux / Vipasha Mehra Iowa 2-0 NR
46 Safiya Carrington / Anastasiya Komar USL 1-2 NR
47 Emilee Astle / Yujia Huang BYU 6-2 NR
48 Brandelyn Fulgenzi / Lauren Fulgenzi Incarnate Word 8-3 NR
49 Melodie Collard / Hibah Shaikh Virginia 1-1 40
50 Samantha Buyckx / Jenna Thompson Clemson 4-3 NR
51 Jessica Alsola / Valentina Ivanov California 3-1 NR
52 Allison Isaacs/Alexandra Viktorovich Old Dominion 6-4 NR
T-53 Carol Lee/Kate Sharabura Georgia Tech 5-1 1
T-53 Kailey Evans/Elizabeth Goldsmith San Diego 5-2 NR
55 Anessa Lee / Celia-Belle Mohr Vanderbilt 4-0 NR
56 Sarah-Maude Fortin / Erika Matsuda Washington 3-0 NR
57 Kaavya Sawhney / Ruxi Schech Charlotte 9-4 NR
58 Rachel Gailis / Bente Spee Florida 2-2 NR
59 Dariya Detkovskaya / Andjela Skrobonja San Diego St. 7-2 NR
60 Sophie Abrams / Abigail Rencheli NC State 4-4 NR
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