USTA National Women's Intersectional Team Event

November 12-18, 2018. Phoenix, Arizona   Results

SoCal Heavy Winner at Intersectionals

Southern California won four of the six age-level tournaments at the recent USTA Women’s Intersectionals, the only USTA team event that is strictly age-level organized.The younger divisions play three singles match-ups, followed by two doubles matches between the teams. The 75s and 80s teams field two singles and two doubles teams.

 

35s: SoCal dropped only 12 of the 72 games throughout this tournament. They bested Texas in the finals, 3-2. Southern beat Northern California for the Bronze medal 3-2, with three of the matches going three sets.

45s: SoCal handily beat Southern in the finals, 4-1. Texas squeaked by New England 3-2 to win the Bronze.

55s: Northern California scraped by Texas 3-2 for the Gold medal. Southern defeated SoCal for the Bronze, 3-2, with four matches being anyone's guess.

65s: Southern, having won Bronzes and a Silver, finally had a Gold in this tournament, beating SoCal 3-2. New England took the Bronze over Midwest, 3-2.

75s: SoCal beat Southern handily (3-) to win the Gold. These ladies play out the third set, by the way. New England and NorCal tied their contest for the Bronze, two matches each. At that point they count games won; NorCal won by three games.

80s: SoCal defeated Texas for the Gold, 2-1. This age group fields one singles contestant and two doubles teams. Southern claimed the Bronze, defeating Eastern 3-0.