2019 Oracle ITA National Championships Finals Set

North Carolina State's Anna Rogers
North Carolina State's Anna Rogers will meet University of Denver rising sophomore Taylor Melville in the Oracle ITA National Summer Championships on Tuesday. (Photos courtesy NC State Athletics)

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 Trophies and prize money will be on the line Tuesday when the finals of the 2019 Oracle ITA National Summer Championships are played at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center on the campus of TCU.

Championships of men’s and women’s singles main draw and men’s and women’s doubles will be decided when play gets underway beginning at 9 a.m. (CT).

Jonathan Sheehy, a rising senior at Abilene Christian University will take on rising Stanford sophomore Sangeet Sridhar in the men’s singles maid draw final. Sheehy rallied from a first set loss to defeat TCU rising junior Bertus Kruger, 3-6, 6-1, 1-0 (4). Sridhar advanced to the finals after defeating rising Oklahoma sophomore Mason Beiler, 6-3, 6-1.

In the women’s main draw, North Carolina State’s rising senior Anna Rogers will face University of Denver rising sophomore Taylor Melville. Rogers defeated Stanford rising junior Janice Shin, 6-3, 1-6, 1-0 (7), while Melville topped NC State rising junior Alana Smith, 6-2, 6-2.

University of Tennessee teammates Adam Walton and Andrew Rogers will meet Sheehy and Texas Tech rising senior Parker Wynn in the men’s doubles final. Walton and Rogers defeated Oklahoma teammates Mason Beiler and Max Stewart, 8-7 (5). Sheehy and Wynn were 8-6 winners over Wisconsin teammates Jared Pratt and Scott Sculley.

Texas A&M teammates Jayci Goldsmith and Tatiana Makarova will square off against the duo of Yun Chen Hsieh (Iowa State) and Elise Van Heuvelen Treadwell (Iowa) in the women’s doubles final. Goldsmith and Makarova defeated Smith and Rogers, 8-2, while Hsieh and Van Huevelen Treadwell were 8-4 winners over Oklahoma’s Ivana Corley and Yale’s Chelsea Kung.

The prize money will be awarded as follows:

  • Main Draw Singles: Champion ($3,000); Finalist ($1,500); Semifinalists ($750); Quarterfinals ($375)
  • Main Draw Doubles: Champion ($1,250 split between team); Finalist ($625 split between teams); Quarterfinals ($312.50 split between team)

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