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ITA Announces 2015 All-America Teams for Junior and Community Colleges


SKILLMAN, NJ (May 28) -- The ITA has announced the 2015 All-America Teams for Junior and Community College men's and women's tennis. In the NJCAA, Tyler Junior College placed three student-athletes on both the men's and women's teams, while State College of Florida landed three on the women's team. On the CCCAA side, Irvine Valley College topped all schools with five men's ITA All-Americans, while five schools had multiple players earn the honor on the women's side.


A player must meet any of the following criteria to earn ITA All-America honors:                   

                Singles: Finish in the Top 10 of the final Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings
                Doubles: Finish in the Top 5 of the final Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings


JUCO Men   JUCO Women
Player School S/D   Player School S/D
Corey Smith ABAC D   Macarena Olivares ASA S/D
Josh Page ABAC S/D   Megane Bianco ASA S/D
Callum Polland-Smith ASA S/D   Haley Briggs Broward D
Stephen Watson ASA D   Maeva Sanchez Broward S/D
Erik Eldagsen Marquez Cowley S   Anna Buiukian Cowley S
Anru Fourie Jacksonville S   Pauline Chawafambira Eastern Arizona S
Arturo Pinazo Laredo S/D   Miranda Rodriguez Seminole State S
Gabe Evans Laredo D   Paula Coyos Seward D
Harry Busby Mesa S   Paula Lopez Seward S/D
Guy Iradukunda Seminole State S/D   Miranda Talbert State College of Florida D
Ismael Mzai Seminole State D   Natella Nabieva State College of Florida S
Zac Dye Spartanburg Methodist S   Sarah Peek State College of Florida D
Logan Powell Tyler D   Elizabeth Bagerbaseh Tyler S
Vaughn Hunter Tyler S   Joanna Savva Tyler S/D
Zach Northey Tyler D   Paige Murdock Tyler D
Nicolas Rouanet Vincennes S    
Player School S/D   Player School S/D
Hironori Koyanagi Ventura  S/D   Laura Arruda College of the Desert D
Seppi Capaul American River  S   Leticia dos Santos College of the Desert S/D
Amadi Kagoma Cerritos S   Polina Gorshinina De Anza  D
Felipe Fuentes College of the Desert S   Van Nguyen De Anza  S/D
Brenden Lum Foothill  S   Rose Sgolusutyatorn El Camino  S
Morgan Peyre Grossmont S/D   Kyssia Ruth Mendoza Foothill  D
Siggy Menzel Grossmont D   Olesya Besprozvannykh Foothill  D
Flavien Raveau Irvine Valley S   Jaella Conway Grossmont  S
Guillermo Ucelay Irvine Valley S/D   Chiara Adamo Modesto D
Max Rumeau Irvine Valley D   Vanessa Teves Modesto D
Simon Guillin Irvine Valley D   Connie Aranguiz Mt. San Antonio S
Valentin Baize Irvine Valley D   Hali Dickson Orange Coast S
Corentin Haener San Diego Mesa S/D   Bettina Olah Palomar S
Kimo Barrere San Diego Mesa D   Izabel Nazdracheva Santa Monica D
Corey Karen Ventura S/D   Mayra Jovic Santa Monica S/D
        Betsy Samonte Santa Rosa S
        Chieko Yamada Shasta S


To view the entire listing of the 2015 ITA All-Americans from all divisions, as well as former ITA All-Americans, please click here.


About the ITA Awards program

As the governing body of collegiate tennis, the ITA promotes both the athletic and academic achievements of varsity collegiate tennis players. The ITA, which is comprised of nearly 1,700 men's and women's varsity coaches and 20,000 student-athletes from over 1,200 institutions, has a comprehensive awards program for players and coaches to honor excellence in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and athletic performance. Awards are given to both men and women, on the Regional and National levels to all Divisions represented within the ITA (NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and Community and Junior Colleges). The ITA annually recognizes over 3,000 student-athletes on an individual and team basis from over 500 different varsity tennis programs. For more information on the ITA Awards program, please visit http://www.itatennis.com/AwardsAndRankings/ITA_Award_Winners.htm.