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2017 Mylan WTT National Qualifier Results: Irvine

In the last Mylan WTT National Qualifier of the season, nine more teams earned division titles to advance to the 2017 Nationals later this year. With 51 teams in attendance and nine divisions being contested, the tournament, which was held at the Heritage Park in Irvine, Calif., extended the season for a few more teams.

All championship teams from the seven National Qualifiers this year advance to the Mylan WTT Nationals, Nov. 3-5, in Indian Wells, Calif.

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3.0 Division:

Although it was a small field in the 3.0 Division, each match was critical if you wanted to make it to Nationals. Racquet Warriors of Richmond, Calif., started off strong with a win over hometown team Wii Tennis, of Irvine, Calif. But after losing their second contest to Fresno Tennis Club of Kingsburg, Calif., it was all Fresno the rest of the tournament. Fresno Tennis Club racked up four straight double digit wins against their opponent to secure a chance to play in the November Nationals. Led by captain Dave Colby (captain), other Nationals-bound teammates included Betty Roseth, Christina Moreno, Prisco Ramirez, Rene Rivera, Silverio Pimentel and Susana Talamaivao, all of Fresno, Calif.; Debra Holtermann and Diane Diedrich, both of Clovis, Calif.; and Jordan Adams, San Luis Obispo, Calif.

3.5 Division:

In the highly contested 3.5 Division, teams knew that their performance during round robin play would determine their chances of advancement to Nationals with a Finals appearance on the line. Both Victorious Secret of Murray, Utah, and local Disorder in the Court, of Irvine, Calif., made their presence known as they each captured three consecutive wins to play their way into the Division Championship. While Victorious Secret had a larger margin of victory over their first three opponents than Disorder in the Court in their three matches, each squad knew what they had to do. The out-of-town team rose to the occasion, as Victorious Secret defeated Disorder in the Court 31-22 to win their division and earn their first trip to Indian Wells. Led by captain Regen McManus (captain), other championship teammates included Brad Brooks, Draper, Utah; Heather Foy, Holladay, Utah; Renee Utgaard and Sam Lee, both of Salt Lake City.

4.0 Division:

Competing in the division with the most teams of the weekend meant the stakes were high for all those involved. After each team had three round robin matches to set themselves apart from the rest of the field, four teams earned a semifinal spot including Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons, of Playa Vista, Calif.; Cinnamon Fire 2, of San Diego; Love Breakers, of Foothills Ranch, Calif.; and Boot Camp of Irvine, Calif. In the first of the two semifinal matches, Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons continued their winning ways by edging out Cinnamon Fire 2, 30-26, to move into the final. The second semifinal was even closer but it was Boot Camp that prevailed in a 25-23 nail-biter to meet Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons for a chance to attend Nationals.

In the end, Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons was too much to tame as they posted a 27-19 victory over Boot Camp to win the division for the first time. Led by non-playing captain Dwight Liu (non-playing captain) other titlist team members included Anurag Mehta, Santa Monica, Calif.; Bryan Fuji, Doris Obih, Erica Perkins, Gene Kim, Kristin Nava and Tim Griffin, all of Los Angeles; Mayu Kawamura, Harbor City, Calif.; Richard Stark, Culver City, Calif.; and Roselle Paskus, Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.

4.5 Division:

The 4.5 Division had five teams fighting for the bid to the year-end tournament, four from California and one from Colorado. Each team would play four matches during the weekend to determine which would advance. In the early matches, Sets on the Beach, of Cardiff, Calif., seemed to be tough competition, collecting two wins before their first defeat. However, it was Topspin Club Soda, of Chino Hills, Calif., that brushed off a one-point win over Sets in the City, of Montebello, Calif., in their first match to charge back to win three straight and capture the division title. Led by co-captains Feibi Liu and Jenfei Hsieh, other teammates making their inaugural trip to Nationals included Danielle Caro, Feng Shi, Jim Chao, and Riccardo Lemos, all of Irvine, Calif.; and Destiny Dao Le and Jon Phi Vu, both of Westminster, Calif.

Senior 3.5 Division:

Another five-team field in the Senior 3.5 Division set up a round robin tournament that made every match count. Desperados, of Bixby, Okla., was the clear favorite out of the gate winning their first three matches convincingly. Meanwhile, Ace Gang, of Playa Vista, Calif., was collecting a couple of wins as well before meeting Desperados in their third match of the weekend. Propelled by their recent successes, Ace Gang outlasted Desperados 33-26 to tally another victory, but they still had to win their final contest against Serve Aces, of Orange, Calif., to solidify their undefeated run and punch their first ticket to Indian Wells. Led by captain Yayomi Kanai, other division champions included Brian Pado and Gary Pado, both of Pacific Palisades, Calif.; Catherine Zingale and Fernando Donate, both of Santa Monica, Calif.; David King, Anthony Tanner, Jennifer Butcher, Lydia Olivier and Monica Mason, all of Los Angeles.

Senior 4.0 Division:

Eight teams suited up to make a run at the Senior 4.0 title, but only one team would have the chance to win their way into the Nationals this November. One team set the pace from the get-go, and it was The Older I Get, the Better I Was, of La Mesa, Calif. They posted three convincing wins in their first three matchups, and Ace Bandages, of Playa Vista, Calif., which scored two big wins followed by a third match close contest. When the two undefeated teams met in the final, it was Ace Bandages that managed to keep the victories coming with a 31-22 win over The Older I Get, the Better I Was to earn a bid to Nationals. Led by non-playing captain – leading her second team of the weekend to Nationals - Yayomi Kanai, other winning team members included Amy (Haiyan) Liang, Arcadia, Calif.; Donna Leventhal, Jim Grollman and Victor Villegas, all of Los Angeles; Israel Mora, Hawthorne, Calif.; Janet Stearns, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.; Melvin Navarro, Porter Ranch, Calif.; Sherith Lewis, Burbank, Calif.; Stephanie Juillerat, Glendora, Calif.; and Tuan Nguyen, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

Senior 4.5 Division:

With the Senior 4.5 title on the line, four teams would play three matches each to decide who was advancing to Indian Wells. All About Ace, of Playa Vista, Calif., had two one-point wins to start their tournament campaign, giving them momentum as they met the other two-win team, Middle Solves the Riddle, of Los Angeles. Both with the chance to make it to their first Nationals, Middle Solves the Riddle doubled down and dismissed All About Ace 34-21 to win their third match and take the division. Led by captain Geraldine Brantley, other championship teammates included Brigitte Champion, Gregory Dougles and Victor Champion, all of Los Angeles; Britani Golden, Studio City, Calif.; Eleazar Heracleopolis, Granada Hills, Calif.; Fitzroy Samoth, N. Hollywood, Calif.; Iris Van Sciver, View Park, Calif.; Kirk Gillett, Downey, Calif.; and Sherryl Chaffin, Palmdale, Calif.

Super Senior 3.5 Division:

Three teams arrived in Irvine with their eye on the Super Senior 3.5 Division title, but only one would walk out of the weekend with that accomplishment. The road to Indian Wells was met with high expectations for one particular team as they came into the weekend as former division champions. Hits & Mrs of San Diego, knew that they needed to go undefeated to make their way back to the Nationals. Their first two victories came in double digits against Super Serve Aces, of Costa Mesa, Calif., and LyLy’s Team, of San Leandro, Calif., respectively. In the second round matchup with both teams, Hits & Mrs continued their domination and added two more wins to go 4-0 on the weekend and return to the top of their division. Led by captain Lynda Jackson other winning teammates included Paivi Burke, Bobbi Koala, Ed Jackson, Judy Rockland and Joe Juhasz, all of San Diego; Diane Boudreau, La Jolla, Calif.

Super Senior 4.0 Division:

In the Super Senior 4.0 Division, both Swinging Seniors, of Playa Vista, Calif., and Diehards, of Long Beach, Calif., both scored two wins against the third team in the division, Lancaster Lazers, of Lancaster, Calif. But when the two faced off in their two contests, they split with Swinging Seniors sliding by Diehards in the first 27-25, and Diehards countering with a 27-25 win in the second match. Both finishing the weekend with a 3-1 record, it came down to winning percentage, where Swinging Seniors had the advantage and handing them their first division title. Led by non-playing captain Dwight Liu is joined by winning team members Greg Frampton, Shizu Takayasu and Elaine Symonds, all of Los Angeles; Jady Von Der Lieth and Michael Rapkin, both of Santa Monica, Calif.; Karen Berliner and Robert Rudelius, both of Marina del Rey, Calif.; Kyle Van Amersfort, Lakewood, Calif.; Michael Levitt, Venice Calif.; and Nancy Closson, Playa del Rey, Calif.


RESULTS FROM THE 2017 WTT REC LEAGUE NATIONAL QUALIFIER – Irvine, Calif. | September 15-17, 2017

3.0 DIVISION:

Fresno Tennis Club (Irvine, Calif.) posts a 4-0 record to win the 3.0 Division Championship.

1) Fresno Tennis Club (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

Dave Colby (captain), Kingsburg, Calif; Betty Roseth, Christina Moreno, Prisco Ramirez, Rene Rivera, Silverio Pimentel and Susan Talamaivao, all of Fresno, Calif.; Debra Holtermann and Diane Diedrich, both of Clovis, Calif.; and Jordan Adams, San Luis Obispo, Calif.

2) Racquet Warriors (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Gary Capra (captain), Richmond, Calif.; Burke Treidler, Mizue Kato and Stacie Maa, all of Berkeley, Calif.; David Blain, Orinda, Calif.; Debra Aurora, Alameda, Calif.; Gina Chen, Fairfield, Calif.; Karen Hill, Vallejo, Calif.; and Paulo-Arnie Yambao, El Sobrante, Calif.

3) Wii Tennis (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Miguelito Castaneda (captain), Benjamin Choy, Kevin Holley, Sherwin Gao and Noel Fairchild, all of Irvine, Calif.; Elizabeth Tilford, Tustin, Calif.; and Tammy Ho, Aliso Viejo, Calif.

3.5 DIVISION:

Victorious Secret (Murray, Utah) def. Disorder in the Court (Irvine, Calif.) 31-22 to win the 3.5 Division Championship.

1) Victorious Secret (defeated Disorder in the Court in the Championship final to win the division)

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

2) Disorder in the Court (finished as runner-up, lost in finals to Victorious Secret)

Ray Xie (captain), Irvine, Calif.; Chad Narkchareon and Debbie Gilson, both of Aliso Viejo, Calif.; Hina Khan, Santa Ana, Calif.; Jazmin Rubio, Anaheim, Calif.; Kim Tang, Tustin, Calif.; and Victor Bambao, Mission Viejo, Calif.

Drop Shot Like It's Hot! (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Sophie Lam (captain) and Peter Nguyen, both of Garden Grove, Calif.; Brian Ng, Huntington Beach, Calif.; Carleton Fong and Quan Nguyen, both Irvine, Calif.; Josephine Chow, Rowland Heights, Calif.; Met Chau, Anaheim, Calif.; Raphael Illouz, Newport Beach, Calif.; Rylie Borje, Lakewood, Calif.; and Viviana Kim, Brea, Calif.

Casual Sets (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Aryel Perez (captain), Palmdale, Calif.; Amy Hasquet, Canyon Country, Calif.; Eric Miller, Lancaster, Calif.; Jesse Hass, Harbor Springs, Calif.; Justin Coons, Acton, Calif.; and Monica Elcott, Valencia, Calif.

Jerry's Kidz (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Jerry Sabio (non-playing captain), Christine Beck, Christopher Barrera, Chuck Yeaman, Jerome Van Amburg, Christina Khaokham, and Mar Laroco, all of San Diego; Daniel Lara, Escondido, Calif.; and Kenn Baniqued, La Jolla, Calif.

No Bagel! (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Melvin Nocum (captain) and Honyin Chiu, both of Irvine, Calif.; Chapmann Chan, San Diego; Cristina Oquendo, Ontario, Calif.; Janinede Leon, Buena Park, Calif.; Johanna King, Aliso Viejo, Calif.; Mike Carcerano, Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Raju Patel and Tim Fan, both of Tustin, Calif.

Downtown Aces (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Andrea Crum (non-playing co-captain), Janet Tongsuthi (non-playing co-captain), Brian Maloney, Daniel Milchiker, Elena Salinas, Fariba Navid, Francis Sanchez, Mark Biberstine, Martin Chi, Michelle Fowler and Yuko Chiba, all of Los Angeles; and Mindy Schiffman, Pasadena, Calif.

All That Racquet (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Blake Noyes (captain), Carl Petersen, Caryn Puma and Ryan Counts, all of Irvine, Calif.; Daniel Conner, Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Evan Schlinkert, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.; Sheila Driscoll, Newport Beach, Calif. And Sue Gross, Aliso Viejo, Calif.

4.0 DIVISION:

Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons (Playa Vista, Calif.) def. Boot Camp (Irvine, Calif.) 27-19 to win the 4.0 Division Championship.

1) Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons (def. Boot Camp in the Championship final to win the division)

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

2) Boot Camp (finished as runner-up, lost in finals to Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons)

Mai Bui (co-captain), Frank Tran (co-captain), Cuong Ly, Huyen Tien, Nick Nquyen, all of Irvine, Calif.; Brian Hoang, Huntington Beach, Calif.; Brian Bliss, Anaheim, Calif.; Loan Ma, Lake Forest, Calif.; Mary Kim, Cypress, Calif.; and Nick Thipavong, Orange, Calif.

3t) Cinnamon Fire 2 (advanced to semifinals, lost to Poaching Tigers, Hitting Dragons)

Albert Alagata (captain), Alejandro Castaneada, Beatriz Vega, Ken Johnson, Leo Juvenal, Mariles Valencia and Moises Padilla, all of San Diego.

3t) Love Breakers (advanced to semifinals, lost to Boot Camp)

Alex Chang (captain), Dan Tat and Tessa Chang, all of Foothill Ranch, Calif.; and Kari Keese and William Cheng, both of Tustin, Calif.

AV Stormers (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Carlos Guarin (captain), Eric Nations, Jose Guerrero, Miranda Prescott and Regina Nations, all of Lancaster, Calif.; and Amy Hasquet, Canyon Country, Calif.

Sets in the City (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Bryant Ung (captain), Adam Chang, Hanh Luong, Jim Truong, Lindy Wong, Kelly Bennett, all of San Francisco; Alex Chau and Carol Yang, both of Daly City, Calif.; Britney Bond, Richland, Calif.; and Kaisen Chen, Colma, Calif.

Racket Abuse (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Mark Gross (captain), Irvine, Calif.; Daniel Riekes, Mission Viejo, Calif.; Jay Barbuto, Anaheim Hills, Calif.; Mary deVlugt, Anaheim, Calif.; Mischel Ebon-Libunao, Westminster, Calif.; Robert Prendergast, Newport Beach, Calif.; Sharon Jimenez, Orange, Calif.

Don't Mess with Texas (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Kellie Gross (captain) and Eduardo Cantu, both of League City, Texas; Claire Hackney, James Hackney, Janet Sweezey and Ryan Sweezey, all of Houston; and Ritesh Patel, Seabrook, Texas.

Happy Hour (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Alexandria Campbell (captain), Agoura Hills, Calif.; Kris Sherrill, Marla Peck and Steve Glasberg, all of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Mark Fenske, Moorpark, Calif.; and Suzie Yamamoto, Simi Valley, Calif.

Match Point (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Jeffrey Chen (captain), Jeffrey Chen and Mark Dana, both of Tustin, Calif.; Arjuna Baratham, Kenneth Wan and Sherry Morrison, all of Irvine, Calif.; Debbie Kirk, Lake Forest, Calif.; and Hina Khan, Santa Ana, Calif.

What the Fuzz (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Joyce Kim (captain) and Sabrina MacLachlan, both of Santa Ana, Calif.; Brian Ahn, Jenny Hua and Ray Ng, all of Irvine, Calif.; Liem To and Willis Wong, both of Tustin, Calif.; and Ly Nguyen, Westminster, Calif.

Servin' Shade (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

TJ St. Marie (captain) and David Goldschlag, both of Lancaster, Calif.; George Rodriguez, Burbank, Calif.; George Nicholas Llewellyn, Los Angeles; Sandi Wise, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Stacy Dietz, Castaic, Calif.; and Stacy Ball, Santa Susana, Calif.

4.5 DIVISION:

Topspin Club Soda (Chino Hills, Calif.) posts a 4-0 record to win the Division Championship.

1) Topspin Club Soda (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

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

2) Sets on the Beach (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

Allison Sterett (captain), Cardiff, Calif.; Andrew Macfarlane, Matt Previdi and Valerie Tan, all of San Diego; Dave De Sure, Encinitas, Calif.; Sam Arsanjani, Carlsbad, Calif.; Stepanka Hastings, Lakeside, Calif.; and Tiffany Kellogg, La Jolla, Calif.

3) Sets and the City (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

Davina Hsu (captain), Montebello, Calif.; Amanda Collier, Los Angeles; Amber Marsden, Monterey Park, Calif.; Dianne Asis, Westchester, Calif.; Jason Wang, Pasadena, Calif.; Michael Lu, South Pasadena, Calif.; John Mano, Seal Beach Calif.; Jonathan Mak, Torrance, Calif.; Richard Chen, Anaheim, Calif.; and Stephanie Ellis, Beverly Hills, Calif.

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

Tina Mortensen (non-playing captain), Corona, Calif.; Brian Lee, Diane lee Armbrust, Jeff Namkung, Masami McWilliams and Niraj Desai, all of Irvine, Calif.; James Lee, Tustin, Calif.; and Luciano Rodriguez, Santa Ana, Calif.

5) Mile High Casual Sets (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Lindsay Morgan (captain), Alexis Junker, Chad Picard, Emily Jensik, Jennifer Armstrong Jose Amador, all of Denver; and Dan Murphy, Highlands Ranch, Colo.

SENIOR 3.5 DIVISION:

Ace Gang (Playa Vista, Calif.) posts a 4-0 record to win the Division Championship.

1) Ace Gang (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

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

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

Shari Williams (captain) and Kent Willliams, both of Bixby, Okla.; Bill Bailey, Kim Oliver, Laura Bailey and Steve Henry, all of Tulsa, Okla.; and Craig Bullock and Glenda Bullock, both of Sapulpa, Okla.

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

Michael Duman (captain), Orange, Calif.; Ann Tsugawa, Westminster, Calif.; Bruce McEachen, Temple City, Calif.; Eugene Huapaya, North Tustin, Calif.; Hellene Thurston, Costa Mesa, Calif.; Ismael Gomez, Fullerton, Calif.; James Clark, Brea, Calif.; Mark Melanson and Terri Lawrence, both of Huntington Beach, Calif.; Stacy Tzur, Garden Grove, Calif.; and Tijana Hamilton, Laguna Beach, Calif.

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

Frank Devera (captain), Marcelo Cena and Monique Reyes, all of Palmdale, Calif.; Allan Clarkson, Acton, Calif.; Angie Wu, Granda Hills, Calif.; and Vicky Vogel, Lancaster, Calif.

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

Manuel Valenzuela (captain) and Dickson Hong, both of Temple City, Calif.; Ellen Young and Harlan Hayashida, both of Montebello, Calif.; Gloria Estrada, Hacienda Heights, Calif.; Miguel Perez, Chino Hills, Calif.; Myrna Castillo, Whittier, Calif.; Robert M. Carrera, Monterey Park, Calif.; and Shirley Gomolvilas, El Monte, Calif.

SENIOR 4.0 DIVISION:

Ace Bandages (Playa Vista, Calif.) def. The Older I Get, the Better I Was (La Mesa, Calif.) 31-22 to win the Senior 4.0 Division Championship.

1) Ace Bandages (def. The Older I Get, the Better I Was in the Championship final to win the division)

Yayomi Kanai (non-playing captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Amy (Haiyan) Liang, Arcadia, Calif.; Donna Leventhal, Jim Grollman and Victor Villegas, all of Los Angeles; Israel Mora, Hawthorne, Calif.; Janet Stearns, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.; Melvin Navarro, Porter Ranch, Calif.; Sherith Lewis, Burbank, Calif.; Stephanie Juillerat, Glendora, Calif.; and Tuan Nguyen, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

2) The Older I Get, the Better I Was (finished as runner-up, lost in finals to Ace Bandages)

Steven Kavy (captain), Kimberly Stromberg, Ann Kavy and Charles Hamori, all of La Mesa, Calf.; Dennis Navarro and Suzanne Hollingsworth, both of Coronado, Calif.; Katheryn Hammond, San Diego; Kien Johnson, Oceanside, Calif.; and Mark Nys and Wanda Jurlina, both of Chula Vista, Calif.

From the Woods (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Cora Davis (captain), Gerard Romanet, Jean Maroney, Mike Keese and Richard Jew, all of Laguna Woods, Calif.; and Debbie Kirk, Lake Forest, Calif.

Beach Ballers (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Gail Scott (captain) and Rosita Banuelos, both of Long Beach, Calif.; Al Perry Jr., Redondo Beach, Calif.; Arthur Wong and Steve Hirano, both of Torrance, Calif.; Debbie Kirk. Lake Forest, Calif.; Kathy Emerzian and David Thompson, both of Huntington Beach, Calif.; Rudy Alvarado, Lakewood, Calif.; Susan Dalton, El Segundo, Calif.

Break at Love (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

David Goldschlag (captain), Carres Johnson and Greg Barnes, all of Lancaster, Calif.; Claudia Mejuto and Gabriella Vodanovic, both of Palmdale, Calif.; Veronica Clarkson, Acton, Calif.; and John Irizarry, Keller, Texas.

Racquetteers (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Colleen Hartman (captain), Lakeside, Calif.; Duane Helgeson, San Diego, Calif.; Heather McDowell, Alpine, Claif.; Javier Sandoval and Nanette Herbuveaux, both of Spring Valley, Calif.; Jenae Sanders and Mark Yaldo, El Cajon, Calif.

Scooby 2 (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Tracey Darroll (captain), Boca Raton, Fla.; Belinda Robins, Dan Olexiewicz, Kim Olexiewicz, all of Tarzana, Calif.; Bill Arkin, Van Nuys, Calif.; Elizabeth Darrow, Magnus Hellberg, Richard Kay and Sandra Andrews, all of Calabasas, Calif.; and Scott Grant, Bell Canyon, Calif.

Swerve & Volley (finished with a 0-3 round robin record)

Dee Harriman (captain), Costa Mesa, Calif.; Chris Maggio, Alhambra, Calif.; Dan Theisen and Susan Wong, both of Irvine, Calif.; Fernando Ramos, Santa Ana, Calif.; Michael Duman and Mary Goff, both of Orange, Calif.; and Peter Riojas, Indrani Jackson and Mary Thomas, all of Costa Mesa, Calif.

SENIOR 4.5 DIVISION:

Middle Solves the Riddle (Los Angeles) posts a 3-0 record to win the Division Championship.

1) Middle Solves the Riddle (finished with a 3-0 round robin record)

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

All about Ace (finished with a 2-1 round robin record)

Yayomi Kanai (non-playing captain), Playa Vista, Calif.; Ceecee Overholser, Hans Lavik and Ruedeemard (Gai) Odanaka, all of Redondo Beach, Calif.; Jason Hanakeawe, Kyung Kang and Kennedy Yip, all of Torrance, Calif.; Melanie McClain, Malibu, Calif.; Michelle Dean, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.; Steve Eperthener, Long Beach, Calif.; and Vicki Thorrens, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Cinnamon Fire Sticks (finished with a 1-2 round robin record)

Albert Alagata (captain), Beatriz Vega and Ed Siefken, all of San Diego; Ann Phillips, Salt Lake City; Craig Zimmerman, West Jordan, Utah; Jane McQuade, South Weber, Utah; Janine Karlen, Park City, Utah; Karl Ward, Sandy, Utah; Lynn Woodbury, Centerville, Utah.; Maurice Jackson, Alpine, Calif.

OC Bring the Heat (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

Thor Johnson (captain), Ladera Ranch, Calif.; Wendy Lang, Newport Coast, Calif.; Alfred Benoit, Tustin, Calif.; Frank Tran, Han Brannigan, Jenfei Hsieh and Michael Glarner, all of Irvine, Calif.; Mickey Castagna, Newport Beach, Calif.; and Thuy (Terri) Hoang, Mission Viejo, Calif.

SUPER SENIOR 3.5 DIVISION:

Hits & Mrs (San Diego, Calif.) posts a 4-0 record to win the Division Championship.

Hits & Mrs (finished with a 4-0 round robin record)

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

LyLy's Team (finished with a 2-2 round robin record)

LyLy Kim (captain), Elizabeth Thompson, Patrick Thompson and Rena Hill, all of San Leandro, Calif.; Connie Chang, Diane Simpson and Timothy Poon, all of Oakland, Calif.; Jeffrey Tom, Richmond, Calif.; Paul Barrett, Orinda, Calif.; and Robert Chuck, El Sobrante, Calif.

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

Terry King (captain), Costa Mesa, Calif.; Ismael Gomez, Fullerton, Calif.; Ann Tsugawa, Westminster, Calif.; Barbara Ellner, Whittier, Calif.; Bruce McEachen, Temple City, Calif.; Eduardo Palacio, Santa Ana, Calif.; Laurie Ruiz, Newport Beach, Calif.; Stephen Rich, Lake Forest, Calif.; and Susan Tibbetts, Corona del Mar, Calif.

SUPER SENIOR 4.0 DIVISION:

Swinging Seniors (Playa Vista, Calif.) posts a 3-1 record to win the Division Championship.

1) Swinging Seniors (finished with a 3-1 round robin record)

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

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

Liz Wood (captain) and Sue Leopold, both of Long Beach, Calif.; Barry Peek, La Habra, Calif.; Gene Simpson and Vicki Mingus, both of Seal Beach, Calif.; Jonathan Lane, Hermosa Beach, Calif.; Kathleen Thurston, Newport Beach, Calif.; Nicholas Soon, Lakewood, Calif.; and Robert Ng, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

3) Lancaster Lazers (finished with a 0-4 round robin record)

David Goldschlag (non-playing captain), Carres Johnson and Rebecca Reynolds, all of Lancaster, Calif.; John Weathers, Quartz Hill, Calif.; and Mary Tire, Mick Ono and Neva Lequin, all of Palmdale, Calif.