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As the first national championships on the college tennis calendar, the ITA Men’s All-American Championships and ITA Women’s All-American Championships have a rich history of showcasing the best players in college tennis as the tournaments enter their 44th year on the men’s side and the 40th year on the women’s side.

Names such as Bob Bryan (Stanford, 1997), James Blake (Harvard, 1998), John Isner (Georgia, 2005), JJ Wolf (Ohio State, 2018), and Ben Shelton (Florida, 2021) have all been crowned All-American champions in the past. Meanwhile, the likes of Jamie Loeb (North Carolina, 2013), Robin Anderon (UCLA, 2014), Danielle Collins (Virginia, 2015), and Fernanda Contreras (Vanderbilt, 2017) have all won the women’s title in previous years. 

In 2022, Fiona Crawley (North Carolina) and Ethan Quinn (Georgia) were crowned the ITA All-American Singles Champions, kickstarting their impressive 2022-23 seasons in which they were steadily ranked amongst the top players in the nation.

For Crawley, she put together one of the most dominant fall seasons by a student-athlete in recent history, going undefeated across all competition and winning the ITA National Fall Championship in addition to the All-American Championships.

After winning the NCAA Team National Championship, NCAA Doubles National Championship, and being named the ITA National Player of the Year this past May, Crawley earned a qualifying spot into the US Open Singles Main Draw and also competed in the Doubles Main Draw with fellow teammate Carson Tanguilig. 

Returning to the Tar Heels of North Carolina in 2023, Crawley was the No. 1 ranked singles player in the Sep. 5 ITA Preseason Singles Rankings and will look to lead North Carolina to back-to-back titles this spring. 

Georgia’s Ethan Quinn, was a freshman phenom during the 2022-23 season, entering the season as the No. 1 ranked newcomer in the ITA Preseason Rankings and making his presence felt immediately by winning the ITA All-American Championships. 

After a fast start to his college career, Quinn faced some adversity at the beginning of the spring season, losing nine of his first thirteen dual matches from the Bulldog’s top spot. However, as all great players do, Quinn quickly evolved his game to the collegiate level, winning his final 17 straight matches to end his season en route to being crowned the NCAA Singles Champion.

This summer, Quinn elected to turn full-time pro and earned a main draw wild card into the US Open Singles Draw. Quinn currently ranks No. 492 in the world and utilized the newly created ATP Accelerator Programme over the summer months to help kickstart his pro career. 

In doubles, Toby Samuel and Connor Thomson (South Carolina) took home the 2022 ITA Men’s All-American Title, and Nell Miller and Amelia Rajecki (NC State) were the 2022 ITA Women’s All-American Champions. 

Finishing the season as the No. 1 ranked doubles team in the nation, Samuel and Thomson helped lead the Gamecocks to a historic season in 2023, and in addition to doubles success, both players ranked within the top ten of the ITA Singles Rankings. 

The natives of Great Britain took their talents to the highest level of our sport this past summer, earning a doubles main draw wild card into the Wimbledon Championships. Here, Samuel and Thomson earned a first-round victory before eventually falling in a close second-round match against the No. 5 seeded team in the draw. 

For the NC State duo of Miller and Rajecki, both players enjoyed strong seasons in 2022-23 and helped the Wolfpack advance to the finals of the NCAA Team Championship for the first time in program history this past spring. The duo finished the season with a 29-11 overall record, including an 8-2 record over ranked opponents. 

Miller graduated from NC State this past spring, while Rajecki returned to the Wolfpack this fall as one of the top players in the nation. The senior ranks No. 10 in the Sep. 5 ITA Preseason Singles Rankings and is a Top 50 ranked doubles pairing alongside teammate Maddy Zampardo.

The 2023 ITA Men’s and Women’s All-American Championships are set to get underway Friday, September 30th from the Cary Tennis Park (Women’s) and Michael D. Case Tennis Center (Men’s). Be sure to check the ITA website and social media channels in the coming days for updates and more information about the upcoming championships.

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