Hogan and Krishnan Selected for NCAA Individual Championship
May 9, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Johns Hopkins women's tennis team will send two student-athletes to the 2012 NCAA Individual Championship this May in Cary, NC. Sophomore Hailey Hogan was selected to participate in the NCAA Singles Championship and will pair with junior Nandita Krishnan in the NCAA Doubles Championship.
The individual championship consists of 32 singles players and 16 doubles teams. The singles and doubles championship will be held May 24-26 at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, NC. The draw for the individual championship will be released on the last day of the team championship (May 23).
Hogan is the third singles player from Johns Hopkins to be selected for the NCAA Championship in the last three seasons. A First Team All-Centennial Conference selection in both singles and doubles this season, she is 13-4 overall in singles and is currently ranked fifth in the Atlantic South by the ITA. She and Krishnan have posted a 10-4 mark in doubles in 2012 and are 25-6 in the last two seasons together. The pair earned ITA All-America honors in 2011, finishing the season ranked eighth in the nation. Hogan is 31-8 in her career in singles and 33-9 in doubles to rank in the top 15 in school history in both categories.
Krishnan has been selected to the NCAA Individual Championship for the third time in her career. She was selected for singles in 2010 and 2011. As a freshman in 2010, she lost in three sets in the opening round to the fourth-ranked player in the nation. Last season, Krishnan was again selected for the singles championship but was unable to participate after suffering an injury in the NCAA Sweet 16. She is earned First Team All-Centennial Conference honors in both singles and doubles for the second straight season. Krishnan is 50-16 in singles and 50-18 in doubles in her career and ranks in the top five in program history in both categories.
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