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Marrit Boonstra (left) and Anastasia Revzina compete in the singles draw Wednesday.

Tuesday May 19, 2009NCAA W-Tennis Singles & Doubles Draws Revealed

College Station, TX

Marrit Boonstra (left) and Anastasia Revzina compete in the singles draw Wednesday.

Four members of the University of Florida women’s tennis team learned their respective first-round opponents when the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles and Doubles Championships draws were revealed Tuesday by the NCAA Women’s Tennis Sub-Committee.


UF juniors Marrit Boonstra (Groningen, Netherlands) and Anastasia Revzina (Moscow, Russia) earned berths into the 64-player singles draw, which begins play Wednesday at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center on the campus of Texas A&M University.


Boonstra, who is seeded 9-16, drew California’s 32nd-ranked Bojana Bobusic in the opening round, with first-serve scheduled for approximately 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT). Revzina, ranked No. 40 in the country, will play California’s No. 26-ranked Marina Cossou at 6:30 p.m. ET in the first round.


The 32-team doubles event gets underway on Thursday, when the Gator pair of Boonstra and freshman Joanna Mather (Duluth, Ga.) faces fourth-seeded Sophie Grabinski and Sanaz Marand of North Carolina. Revzina teams with rookie Jessica Alexander (Dallas, Texas) against TCU’s Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska.


Boonstra, who earned All-America honors in doubles last year, is making her debut in the NCAA Singles Championships. She has compiled a team-best 33-9 overall record this year, with a 20-7 mark coming against nationally ranked opponents.


Revzina also will be playing in the season-ending national tournament for the first time. She carries a 23-10 singles record into the event, with an 11-8 ledger versus ranked foes.


Boonstra and Mather sport a 15-5 record together, while Alexander and Revzina are 19-4 and carry a nine-match winning streak entering the NCAA Doubles Championships.


A Gator has captured the NCAA Singles title four times, while a UF tandem has won the NCAA Doubles championship on four occasions. Shaun Stafford (1988), Lisa Raymond (1992 & 1993) and Jill Craybas (1996) claimed singles crowns, while Jillian Alexander & Nicole Arendt (1991), Dawn Buth & Stephanie Nickitas (1996 & 1997) and Whitney Laiho & Jessica Lehnhoff (2001) secured doubles titles.


NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles & Doubles Championships

George P. Mitchell Tennis Center

College Station, Texas


UF’s Opponents Only


Singles First Round, Wed., May 20

(8) Marrit Boonstra, UF vs. (32) Bojana Bobusic, California, 7 pm ET

(40) Anastasia Revzina, UF vs. (26) Marina Cossou, California, 6:30 pm ET


Doubles First Round, Thu., May 21

(18) Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather, UF vs. (4) Sophie Grabinski/Sanaz Marand, North Carolina

(25) Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina, UF vs. (39) Macall Harkins/Anna Sydorska, TCU



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