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Photo Credit: Mylan WTT. Pictured are the OC Dream Killers, champions in the Open Division.

Ten Teams Crowned Champions At 2017 WTT Nationals

Indian Wells, Calif. (November 14, 2017) – The 2017 Mylan WTT Rec League season came to a close during the weekend of November 3-5 when ten teams were named Nationals champions, a majority of which were first-time titlists, at the final tournament of the year in Indian Wells, Calif. Teams traveled from 16 states, bringing more than 400 players to field 57 teams that played 136 matches in an action-packed weekend in the desert.

The teams that captured their division title were Serve-Aces, Cary, N.C.; Casual Sets, Des Moines, Iowa; Frame No Shame, Tustin, Calif.; Two Chances, Urbandale, Iowa; Nameste’nnis, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Cinnamon Fire, San Diego; Middle Solves the Riddle, Los Angeles; Aces, Miami; LOV2PLA, Virginia Beach, Va.; and OC Dream Killers, Dana Point, Calif.

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3.0 DIVISION:

Five teams made their way to California with their eye on the 3.0 Division prize and would play 4 round robin matches throughout the weekend to determine a champion. Of the four matches played on Friday, Fresno Tennis Club, of Kingsburg, Calif., came out of the gates strong collecting wins in their first two contests. However, in their first match on Saturday, they met the other undefeated team in the division – Serve-Aces, of Cary, N.C. – for an afternoon matchup. In the end, Serve-Aces overcame Fresno 36-17 and went on to win their final match on Sunday against Gossen, of St. Louis, to capture their first national title. Led by captain Cindy Winzenz, other winning team members included Kent Lawrence, Jane Limkakeng, Keerthi Venkataramanan and Andrew Winzenz, all of Cary, N.C.; and Emily Childs, Fuquay Varina, N.C.

3.5 DIVISION:

In the 3.5 Division, six teams faced off in a five-match round robin playoff with a year-end title on the line. Casual Sets, of Des Moines, Iowa, scraped by with a one-point win in their first match, defeating Smurfs, of Hawthorne, N.J. Casual Sets went on to collect wins against Lawrence, of Cary, N.C.; Racquetship, of Virginia Beach, Va.; and Victorious Secret, of Murray, Utah, over Saturday and Sunday to take their championship fate into their own hands for Sunday. With one more opponent in between their team and their first Nationals title, Casual Sets dismissed Serve Aces Por Favor, of Glen, Allen, Va., 31-17 to solidify their undefeated record and their division win. Led by captain Brandon Willett, other titlist teammates included Robert Stinnett, Des Moines, Iowa; Wayne Goedken, Dawn Ver Steeg, Matthew Morgan and Rachel Morgan, all of Ankeny, Iowa; Lee Johnson, West Des Moines, Iowa; and Barbara Sedgley, Urbandale, Iowa.

4.0 DIVISION:

With six teams vying for the title in the 4.0 Division, teams knew the competition would be tough to overcome but five wins would earn them a title. Starting off with a convincing 33-18 win against Beach Breakers, of Virginia Beach, Va., Frame No Shame, of Tustin, Calif., set the tone for the remainder of the weekend. Frame No Shame went on to capture their second victory on Friday afternoon in their closest contest of the weekend versus Team Ostander, of Apex, N.C. With three more matches between Frame No Shame and division dominance, they went on to post three more double-digit wins to go undefeated on the weekend and earn their first Nationals title. Led by captain Andrew Chen, other first time champions included Eric Ballestros, Usama Shahid and Robert Soukaseume, all of Anaheim, Calif.; Katia Brambila, Bell, Calif.; Sarah Cheah, La Habra, Calif.; Sharen Chorn, Fountain Valley, Calif.; Joanne Le, Buena Park, Calif.


4.5 DIVISION:

Six teams traveled to Indian Wells, Calif., with a Nationals title on their mind, but only one would rise above the rest in the 4.5 Division. In one of the more competitive fields of the weekend, teams demonstrated early Friday that they would not go down without a fight. Two Chances, of Urbandale, Iowa, would get their first win versus MotherFugers, of Kansas City, Mo., but then lost a close one in their second matchup against Capital District Smash, of Schenectady, N.Y. Two Chances would rally to win two more matches on Saturday while their biggest threat to that point, MotherFugers, lost a second match, effectively making the Sunday match for Two Chances a must-win. In their final contest of the tournament, Two Chances faced off with Topspin Club Soda, of Chino Hills, Calif., which had only one loss to that point. In a nail-biter, Two Chances was able to narrowly escape Topspin Club Soda 29-28 to claim their fourth victory and earn their first Nationals championship. Led by captain Terri Dial, other winning team members included Lara Farley (Geer), Waukee, Iowa; Andrew Hubbell, Des Moines, Iowa; Lynette Lamb-Brown, West Des Moines, Iowa; Gil Nichols, Grimes, Iowa; and Tylor Schlader, Ankeny, Iowa.

SENIOR 3.5 DIVISION:

In the Senior 3.5 Division, six teams suited up during the final tournament of the year to try to win the 2017 Mylan WTT title. After six matches were played on Friday, it looked as though Namaste’nnis, of Englewood Cliffs, N.J., and Purple Rain, of St. Louis, were the teams to beat. On Saturday, both squads would go on to win their morning match and were scheduled to play each other in the afternoon. Purple Rain’s undefeated reign would end when they met Namaste’nnis, losing 35-18. With only one more obstacle to face ahead of a champion being named, Namaste’nnis won their final match against Ace Gang to secure their fifth win and the division championship. Led by non-playing captain Donald Yee, other title winners included Lulu Liu, both of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Bobby Choe, Tenafly, N.J.; Sherry Shan, Montville, N.J.; Haiging Tang, Fort Lee, N.J.; Ying Fang Tsai, Old Tappan, N.J.; Andre Yang, Livingston, N.J.; and Ling Zhang, Florham Park, N.J.

SENIOR 4.0 DIVISION:

Six teams entered the weekend for a shot at the Senior 4.0 Division title with only five round robin matches to prove they were supreme. Both 80/35, of Grimes, Iowa, and Evergreen 4.0, of Long Valley, N.J., collected two wins each on Friday to make them the teams to beat heading into Saturday and Sunday. However, after falling to 80/35 in a close second match, Cinnamon Fire, of San Diego, came back to win three straight in the final two days of the tournament, ending with a narrow 31-27 win over Evergreen 4.0 to capture the title. Led by captain Albert Alagata, other first-time titlists included Debbie Fitzgerald, Raj Talluri and Beatriz Vega, all of San Diego, Calif.


SENIOR 4.5 DIVISION:

A six-match slate on Friday would set the stage for which too teams were most likely to win the Senior 4.5 Division title. Heading into Saturday competition, Evergreen 4.5, of Long Valley, N.J., and Middle Solves the Riddle, of Los Angeles, were 2-0 on the weekend so far. Both teams continued to roll on Saturday by earning two more wins and setting up what was effectively a championship showdown on Sunday as the only two remaining undefeated teams in the division. With the title within their grasp, Middle Solves the Riddle, was tested but not bested by Evergreen 4.5, winning the match 28-24 as well as their first Nationals title. Led by captain Geri Brantley other winning teammates included Brigitte Champion, Victor Champion and Gregory Douglas, all of Los Angeles; Sherryl Chaffin, Palmdale, Calif.; Kirk Gillett, Downey, Calif.; Britani Golden, Studio City, Calif.; Eleazar Heracleopolis, Granada Hills, Calif.; Fitzroy Samoth, N. Hollywood, Calif.; and Iris Van Sciver, View Park, Calif.

SUPER SENIOR 3.5 DIVISION:

In the Super Senior 3.5 Division, five teams would face off by playing four matches each to decide the 2017 champion. With some experienced teams in the mix, it was clear that every match was just as important as the next. Aces, of Miami, had a close contest to start the weekend, but they were able to outlast Purple Haze, of St. Louis, 27-22 to get their first win. Both teams would be victorious in their next matches as Purple Haze beat Fresno Tennis Club, of Kingsburg, Calif., and Aces defeated Intrepids Super Senior, of Miami Gardens, Fla. However, Aces stumbled in a Saturday afternoon matchup with Hits and Misses, of San Diego, recording their first loss. With both Aces and Purple Haze at 4-1 once the matches concluded on Sunday, it was Aces that took the top spot and the Nationals title. Led by returning captain Siriporn Burke, other titlist team members included Ana Pierce, Peter Roscia and Carlos Serrano, all of Miami; Rajni Agarwal, Coral Gables, Fla.; Jerome Bettis, Washington, D.C.; and Lavenia Ferguson, Novelty, Ohio.

SUPER SENIOR 4.0 DIVISION:

With six teams in contention for the Super Senior 4.0 Division title, the first couple of matches for each team on Friday were the most crucial. Both LOV2PLA of Virginia Beach, Va., and Swinging Seniors, of Playa Vista, Calif., were primed and ready to make a run at the championship after winning both of their Friday contests. Carrying that momentum into Saturday, LOV2PLA and Swinging Seniors bested their opponents to head into Sunday 4-0. In what would represent the title match, LOV2PLA concluded their undefeated campaign with a 32-16 victory over Swinging Seniors and scored their third consecutive Mylan WTT National title. Led by captain Doug Atkins, other winning members Manny Bagtas, Phil Meadows, Lynn Utecht and Brenda Wexel, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; Rachel Fritz, Alexandria, Va.; Roy Loehr, Chesapeake, Va.; and Carolyn Ware, Norfolk, Va.

OPEN DIVISION:

In the five-team Open Division, each team would get four matches to outplay their opponents and capture the title. Beginning on Friday, A Team Has No Name, of Rochester, Minn., and OC Dream Killers, of Dana Point, Calif., scored the first two wins of the weekend. On Saturday, OC Dream Killers continued their winning ways by edging A Team Has No Name in a close 24-22 battle and then adding a more comfortable win over Ironman Crew, of Irvine, Calif., later that afternoon. In their final match of the weekend, OC Dream Killers faced off with the winless Cattail Crocs, of Ellicott City, Md., which didn’t make it easy for them. OC Dream Killers escaped with a 28-25 win and were awarded with the championship title. Led by captain Burton Gonzell, other championship teammates included Aaron Davenport, Orange, Calif.; Brynn Boren, Faye Sargent and Jamie Peisel, all of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Greg Michaels and Yann Audebert, both of Laguna Beach, Calif.; and Laurent Dropsy, Irvine, Calif.

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Full results to follow:


RESULTS FROM THE 2017 MYLAN WTT REC LEAGUE NATIONALS – Indian Wells, Calif.

3.0 DIVISION:

Serve-Aces posts a 4-0 record to win the 3.0 Division Championship.

1) Serve-Aces (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

Cindy Winzenz (captain), Kent Lawrence, Jane Limkakeng, Keerthi Venkataramanan and Andrew Winzenz, all of Cary, N.C.; and Emily Childs, Fuquay Varina, N.C.

2) Fresno Tennis Club (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

Dave Colby (captain), Kingsburg, Calif.; Diane Diedrich and Debra Holtermann, both of Clovis, Calif.; Christina Moreno, Silverio Pimentel, Prisco Ramirez, Rene Rivera, Betty Roseth & Susana Talamaivoa, all of Fresno, Calif.

3) Lancaster Lobbers (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Max Higa (captain), Ridgecrest, Calif.; De Anna Crisp and Dolores Moore, both of Lancaster, Calif.; Zelma Higgs, Palmdale, Calif.; and Victor Holt, Quartz Hill, Calif.

4) Gossen (finished with a 1-3 round robin record)

Ron Gossen (captain) and Danny Campbell, both of St. Louis; Shashi Pathak and Karen Terrell, both of St. Peters, Mo.; Kelly Samples, Bridgeton, Mo.; and Eric Winschel, Chesterfield, Mo.

5) Raffa Let's do this! (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Jo-Anne Raffa (non-playing captain), Tim Brennan, both of Clifton Park, N.Y.; James Best, Rensselear, N.Y.; Jeffrey Denney and Linda Dygert, both of Schenectady, N.Y.; Christine Marro, Burnt Hills, N.Y.; Teresa Rossi, Loudonville, N.Y.; and Charles Zarriello, Voorheesville, N.Y.

3.5 DIVISION:

1) Casual Sets (finished with a 5-0 round robin record)

Brandon Willett (captain) and Robert Stinnett, both of Des Moines, Iowa; Wayne Goedken, Dawn Ver Steeg, Matthew Morgan and Rachel Morgn, all of Ankeny, Iowa; Lee Johnson, West Des Moines, Iowa; and Barbara Sedgley, Urbandale , Iowa.

2) Smurfs (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Michael Kim (captain), Hawthorne, N.J.; Sungrea Cho, Hoon Lee and Hannah Yoon, all of Ridgefield, N.J.; Judy Choi, Tenafly, N.J.; Teajoon Kwon, Wayne, N.J.; Young Kwon, Basking Ridge, N.J.; Luke Lim, Fair Lawn, N.J.; Wanda Pennes, Nadal, Glen Rock, N.J.

3t) Racquetship (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Brian Sweitzer (captain), Bryan Garcia, Chris Livingston, Aden Murray, and Karen Van Daniker, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; Nick Asaro, Holly Gronhovd and Lauren Saft, all of Chesapeake, Va.

3t) Serve Aces Por Favor (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Crystal Gibson (captain) and Ryan Gibson, both of Glen Allen, Va.; Kwame Adu-Gyamfi, Mechanicsville, Va.; and Rebecca Morgan, Richmond, Va.

3t) Victorious Secret (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Regen McManus (captain), Murray, Utah; Brad Brooks, Draper, Utah; Heather Foy, Holladay, Utah; Suwon (Sam) Lee and Renee Utgaard, both of Salt Lake City.

6) Lawrence (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

Shannon Lawrence (captain), Kent Lawrence, Leesa Pollone, Keerthi Venkataramanan and Cindy Winzenz, all of Cary, N.C.; Simon Pipkin, Carrboro, N.C.; John Van Campen, Raleigh, N.C.

4.0 DIVISION:

1) Frame No Shame (finished with a 5-0 round robin record)

Andrew Chen (captain), Tustin, Calif.; Eric Ballestros, Usama Shahid and Robert Soukaseume, all of Anaheim, Calif.; Katia Brambila, Bell, Calif.; Sarah Cheah, La Habra, Calif.; Sharen Chorn, Fountain Valley, Calif.; Joanne Le, Buena Park, Calif.

2t) Jersey Shore (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Kenneth Leon (captain), Ocean, N.J.; Ritch Belen, South River, N.J.; Jennifer Cane, Little Silver, N.J.; Marcie Lynch, Marlboro, N.J.; Mostafa Moamen, Morganville, N.J.; Julie Monahan, Avon, N.J.; and Karen Shih, Freehold, N.J.

2t) Beach Breakers (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Leetsa Nottingham (captain), Karen Anderson, James Bracey, Katie Claxton, Justin McDaniel and Diane Stein, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; Louis Manugo, Norfolk, Va.

4t) RH91 (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Jeff Wollmershauser (captain), Xiaojin Guo and Kelly Mason-Uzzel, all of Tulsa, Okla.; and Matt Williford, Jenks, Okla.

4t) Team Ostrander (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Allison Ostrander (captain), Apex, N.C.; Erik Aldereguia and Joseph Pollone, both of Cary, N.C.; Derek Bombien, Raleigh, N.C.; Rachel Davis, Holly Springs, N.C.; and Elizabeth Speicher, Morrisville, N.C.

6) Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

Dwight Liu (non-playing captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Bryan Fujii, Tim Griffin, Gene Kim, Kristin Nava, Doris Obih, Roselle Paskus and Erica Perkins, all of Los Angeles; Mayu Kawamura, Harbor City, Calif.; Anurag Mehta, Santa Monica, Calif.; and Richard Stark, Culver City, Calif.

4.5 DIVISION:

1) Two Chances (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Terri Dial (captain), Urbandale, Iowa; Lara Farley (Geer), Waukee, Iowa; Andrew Hubbell, Des Moines, Iowa; Lynette Lamb-Brown, West Des Moines, Iowa; Gil Nichols, Grimes, Iowa; and Tylor Schlader, Ankeny, Iowa.

2t) MotherFugers (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Ryan Fuger (captain), Jose Evans, Amy Hatch, Jacob Shinn and Andy Brez, Kansas City, Mo.; Kelli Alldredge, Overland Park, Kan.; and Julia Wulff, Lee’s Summit, Mo.

2t) Serve Me A Double (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Carlos Rivas (non-playing captain), Wendy Moyer, Karen Peck, Amy Rhoden and Buffy Wooten, all of Phoenix; Spencer Hing and Alvaro Sande, both of Scottsdale, Ariz.; and Charles Maddux, Cave Creek, Ariz.

2t) Topspin Club Soda (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Feibi Liu (co-captain), Chino Hills, Calif.; Jenfei Hsieh (co-captain), Jim Chao, Riccardo Lemos and Steven Feng Shi, all of Irvine, Calif.; and Destiny Dao Le and Jon Phi Vu, both of Westminster, Calif.

5) Capital District Smash (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Pat Bologna (captain), Schenectady, N.Y.; David Clay and Rachel Hodnett, both of Cohoes, N.Y.; Emily Laurilliard, Niskayuna, N.Y.; Beverly Swimm, Clifton Park, N.Y.; and Matthew Vaughan, Albany, N.Y.

6) Vissering (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

Dao Vissering (captain) and Jonathan Vissering, both of Fulton, Md.; Colee Schroeder, Orlando, Fla.; Stepahnie Kiker, Annapolis, Md.; Dejuan McIlwain, Laurel, Md.; and James Smoot, Baltimore, Md.

SENIOR 3.5 DIVISION:

1) Namaste'nnis (finished with a 5-0 round robin record)

Donald Yee (non-playing captain) and Lulu Liu, both of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Bobby Choe, Tenafly, N.J.; Sherry Shan, Montville, N.J.; Haiging Tang, Fort Lee, N.J.; Ying Fang Tsai, Old Tappan, N.J.; Andre Yang, Livingston, N.J.; and Ling Zhang, Florham Park, N.J.

2) Purple Rain (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Roy Taylor (non-playing captain), Art Banks, Pam Baumgard, Simone Cummings, Jerry Horsford, Roger Horton, Beverly Morri, Betty Richardson and Vicky Tomlin, all of St. Louis; and Kevin Ziegemeier, St. Peters, Mo.

3) Ace Gang (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Yayomi Kanai (captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Jennifer Butcher, David King, Monica Mason, Lydia Olivier and Anthony Tanner, all of Los Angeles; Fernando Donate and Catherine Zingale, both of Santa Monica, Calif.; Brian Pado, Pacific Palisades, Calif.; and Gary Pado, Mission Viejo, Calif.

4t) High Strung (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Donna Askam, Douglas Askam and Jules Van De Pas, all of Highlands Ranch, Colo.; Shannon Bice, Parker, Colo.; Karl Ewald, Castle Pines, Colo.; and Margaret Ewald, Castle Rock, Colo.

4t) 2 Short of a Threesome (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Lisa Shirley (captain), Donna Dube, Jay Greenwood, Mike Hasan and Anthony Shirley, all of San Diego; Kate Bennet, La Jolla, Calif.; and Jim Perez, El Cajon, Calif.

4t) Fireballs (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Judy Isak (captain), Taeko Fukuda, Susan Hill, Whit Hill, Judy Isak, Roseanne Simon, William Simon, Carolyn Werner and Thomas Werner, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; and David Cline, Chesapeake, Va.

SENIOR 4.0 DIVISION:

1) Cinnamon Fire (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Albert Alagata (captain), Debbie Fitzgerald, Raj Talluri and Beatriz Vega, all of San Diego, Calif.

2) Evergreen 4.0 (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Wenyin Lin (captain), Long Valley, N.J.; Dean Chan, Fair Lawn, N.J.; Lucy DiCostanzo, New York, N.Y.; Seon Kim and Andre Yang, both of Livingston, N.J.; Yoko Kokabu, Wyckoff, N.J.; Claudia Rottach, Deerfield Beach, Fla.; Sherry Sha, Montville, N.J.; and Melinda Trang, Staten Island, N.Y.

3t) 80/35 (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Leslie Shipp (captain), Grimes, Iowa; Ron Bradfield, Fairfield, Iowa; Kristen Johansen, Boone, Iowa; Catherine Linn, Bettendorf, Iowa; Dennis Lonzarich, West Des Moines, Iowa; Dawn Ver Steeg, Ankeny, Iowa; and Georgianna Waters and Robert Waters, both of Foster City, Calif.

3t) Ace Bandages (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Yayomi Kanai (non-playing captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Jim Grollman, Donna Leventhal and Victor Villegas, all of Los Angeles; Stephanie Juillerat, Glendora, Calif.; Sherith Lewis, Burbank, Calif.; Israel Mora, Hawthorne, Calif.; Melvin Navalo, Porter Ranch, Calif.; and Tuan Nguyen, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

5) Topspin Lobbers (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Tony Papel (captain), Jackie Gorinson, Tony Jurlano and Beth Papel, all of Silver Spring, Md.; Edgar Bernal, Rockville, Md.; and Leopoldina (Dina) Cuttier, Falls Church, Va.

6) Brew Crew (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

Leetsa Nottingham (captain), Karen Adcock, Doug Atkins, Jean Bailty, Ben McCoy, Claudette Sealy and Debra Trent, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; Roy Loehr and Mike Sullivan, both of Chesapeake, Va.; and Louis Manugo, Norfolk, Va.

SENIOR 4.5 DIVISION:

1) Middle Solves the Riddle (finished with a 5-0 round robin record)

Geri Brantley (captain), Brigitte Champion, Victor Champion and Gregory Douglas, all of Los Angeles; Sherryl Chaffin, Palmdale, Calif.; Kirk Gillett, Downey, Calif.; Britani Golden, Studio City, Calif.; Eleazar Heracleopolis, Granada Hills, Calif.; Fitzroy Samoth, N. Hollywood, Calif.; and Iris Van Sciver, View Park, Calif.

2) Evergreen 4.5 (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Wenyin Lin (non-playing captain), Long Valley, N.J.; Dean Chan, Fair Lawn, N.J.; Lucy DiCostanzo, New York, N.Y.; Zhi Du, Hillsdale, N.J.; Yoko Kokabu, Wyckoff, N.J.; Junji Miyake, Allendale, N.J.; Yukiko Okuda, Tenafly, N.J.; Claudia Rottach, Deerfield Beach, Fla.; Melina Trang, Staten Island, N.Y.; and Ping Yu, Fort Lee, N.J.

3) Killer Beez (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Linda Beisswanger (captain) and David Dreben, both of Calabasas, Calif.; Karen Cohen, Encino, Calf.; Kristine Grant and Will Landrum, Bell Canyon, Calif.; Jeff Richards, Agoura Hills, Calif.; Rob Stone, West Hills, Calif.; and Janet Wallace, Camarillo, Calif.

4) Sharpshooters (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Libby Sharp (captain) and Victoria Wright, both of St. Louis; Steve Cabler, Kirkwood, Mo.; Gary Goodman, Chesterfield, Mo.; and Bill Schlueter, Sappington, Mo.

5) Early Bird Specials (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Jeff Madia (captain), Marti Crane, Laura Hiller, Jeffrey Romeo, all of Cary, N.C.; Sue Baer, Apex, N.C.; and William Carter, Holly Springs, N.C.

6) Short Skirts Long Racquets (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

David Sloane (captain), Tijen Ireland, Lionel Jacob, Miki Mizuki, Molly Nissman and Kathy Courage, Virginia Beach, Va.; Shaun Morse, Chesapeake, Va.; Sheryl Raulton, Franklin, Va.; and Thomas Kuhrt, Norfolk, Va.

SUPER SENIOR 3.5:

1) Aces (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

Siriporn Burke (captain), Ana Pierce, Peter Roscia and Carlos Serrano, all of Miami; Rajni Agarwal, Coral Gables, Fla.; Jerome Bettis, Washington, D.C.; and Lavenia Ferguson, Novelty, Ohio.

2) Purple Haze (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

Roy Taylor (non-playing captain), Art Banks, Pam Baumgart, Jerry Horsford, Roger Horton, Gloria Lewis, Barbara Surgener and Vicky Tomlin, all of St. Louis; and Keld Sorenson, Tucson, Ariz.

3t) Fresno Tennis Club (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Dave Colby (captain), Kingsburg, Calif.; Carolyn Adams, Jerry Corwin, Diane Garrigus, Prisco Ramirez. Rene Rivera and Susana Talamaivoa, all of Fresno, Calif.; Jean Mills, Armona, Calif.; and Bob Moore, Clovis, Calif.

3t) Hits & Mrs. (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Lynda Jackson (captain), Ed Jackson, Joe Juhasz and Bobbi Koala, Judy Rockland and Pavi Burke, all of San Diego; and Diane Bourdreau, La Jolla, Calif.

5) Intrepids Super Senior (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Nate Harris (captain), Miami Gardens, Fla.; Fred Biggs, Dennis Davis and Cynthia Poellnitz, all of Okatie, S.C.; Sylvinia David, Miami; Sandy Little, Sunrise, Fla.

SUPER SENIOR 4.0:

1) LOV2PLA (finished with a 5-0 round robin record)

Doug Atkins (captain), Manny Bagtas, Phil Meadows, Lynn Utecht and Brenda Wexel, all of Virginia Beach, Va.; Rachel Fritz, Alexandria, Va.; Roy Loehr, Chesapeake, Va.; and Carolyn Ware, Norfolk, Va.

2) Swinging Seniors (finished with a 4-1 round robin record)

Dwight Liu (non-playing captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Karen Berliner and Robert Rudelius, both of Marina del Rey, Calif.; Nancy Closson, Playa del Rey, Calif.; Greg Frampton, Elaine Symonds and Shizu Takayasu, all of Los Angeles; Michael Levitt, Venice, Calif.; Michael Rapkin and Jady Von Der Lieth, both of Santa Monica, Calif.; Kyle Van Amersfort, Lakewood, Calif.

3) Icy Hots (finished with a 3-2 round robin record)

Bob Faust (captain), Robertsville, Mo.; Pat Costigan, Maryland Heights, Mo.; Liz Gordon, Chesterfield, Mo.; Debbie Hogan, Valley Park, Mo.; John Shaw, Wildwood, Mo.; Michael Smith and Jane Wenzel, both of St. Louis; Susan Sorensen, Tucson, Ariz.

4) 60 Passing Shots (finished with a 2-3 round robin record)

Dennis Keller (captain), Mount Joy, Pa.; Joe Donell, Landisville, Pa.; Pat Giles, Sinking Spring, Pa.; Nancy Henry, Columbia, Pa.; Amber Roxanne (Roxy) Kroh, Ephrata, Pa.; Robert Woods, East Earl, Pa.; and Jautrite Ziedonia, Lititz, Pa.

5) VB Superservers (finished with a 1-4 round robin record)

Ben McCoy (captain), Michele Fischer, Robert Harris, Rob Makin, Karen Scott and Diane Sturtevant, all of Virginia Beach, Va.

6) High Rollers (finished with a 0-5 round robin record)

Larry Anspach (non-playing captain), Phil Aurbach, Melanie Cortz, Janet Spelman and Stephen Spelman, all of Las Vegas; Joe Audino, Jon Jannotta, Donna Roulias and Jim Roulias, all of Henderson, Nev.

OPEN DIVISION:

1) OC Dream Killers (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

Burton Gonzell (captain), Dana Point, Calif.; Aaron Davenport, Orange, Calif.; Brynn Boren, Faye Sargent and Jamie Peisel, all of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Greg Michaels and Yann Audebert, both of Laguna Beach, Calif.; Lauren Michaels, Santa Monica, Calif.; Laurent Dropsy, Irvine, Calif.; and Mark Bloom, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

2) A Team Has No Name (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

Jeff Adolf (captain), Rochester, Minn.; Adele Henke, Minnetonka, Minn.; Chris Kuna, Burnsville, Minn.; and Jess Richards, Eden Prairie, Minn.

3) Las Vegas Golden Knights (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Jeff Ng (captain), Ashley Newell, Frideric Prandecki, Patrick Kawka and Ric Newell, all of Las Vegas; Jacuelin Reed, Venice, Calif.; Jessica Janner and Michelle Murphy, both of San Francisco; and Maika Adair and Ryan Lee, both of San Diego.

4) Ironman Crew (finished with a 1-3 round robin record)

Phong Vu (captain), Niraj Desai, Omar Morales and Brian Lee, all of Irvine, Calif.; Leydi Zora, Raleigh, N.C.; Anand Jethva, Anaheim, Calif.; Eri Yoshimoto, Walnut, Calif.; and Luciano Rodriguez, Santa Ana, Calif.

5) Cattail Crocs (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Chris Cozzillio (captain), Leslie Shuffleton and Chris Cozzilio, all of Ellicott City, Md.; Alex Zachem, Studio City, Calif.; Alex Marchese, Winooski, Vt.; and Lis Andrade, Palm Desert, Calif.