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Your ORA 2016-2017 All-State Team Winners

Mens Singles:  Open-Dylan Reid; Elite-Josh Tittle; A-Dan Graham; B-Scott Skellenger; C-Jacob Scheube; 45+-Michael Bern  Mens Doubles: Open-Dylan Reid, Tim Prigo; Elite-Chris Shaw, Lee Cramer; A-Dan Graham, Josh Tittle; B-Matt Stein, Shane Reilly, Dan Hoffman; 90+-Jim Hart, Brian Ancheta, Scott Nolander  Womens Singles: Open-Linda Reeves; A-Marla Crane; B-Ashley Smith, Christine Dong, Kim Train, Lindsey Repp   Womens Doubles: A-Annie Roberts  Mixed Doubles: Open-Linda Reeves, Michael Stoner; A-Marla Crane, Richard Graff

 

USA RACQUETBALL
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US Junior Team Head Coach
Charlie Pratt
 

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Congratulations to Oregon State for capturing the Overall Team trophy at the 2011 USA Racquetball Intercollegiate National Championships held April 5 – 9 in Tempe, AZ. The tournament, hosted by Arizona State University, featured 335 student athletes representing 50 colleges and universities from across the country.



2011 marks the fifth time the Beavers have won the national Overall Team award, having previously received the honor in 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2006. OSU did not field a team in 2007. Additionally, OSU earned the top spot in the Women’s Team competition (successfully defending their 2010 trophy) and finished third in Men’s.

Taylor Knoth, a sophomore at OSU, won the Men’s #1 Singles championship, defeating Nick Montalbano, a freshman at Colorado State University, Pueblo, 15-2, 15-10. This victory earns Knoth a spot on the U.S. Adult National Racquetball Team. Knoth and Joey Pryor, a freshman at OSU, finished third in Men’s #1 Doubles, beating BYU 15-5, 15-9.

The Beavers practice at Timberhill Athletic Club in Corvallis and are coached by Rob Durbin.

The University of Oregon placed fourth in the Women’s competition, the school’s best-ever finish. The seven-member team also placed ninth in the Overall Team category.



Oregon’s Leah Redwine, a grad student, and Hailey Miller, a junior, earned third place in Women’s #1 Doubles. Miller also won the Women’s #2 Singles championship, defeating OSU’s Megan Mathes, 13-15, 15-8, 11-9.

The Ducks practice at Courtsports Athletic Club in Eugene.

Here’s a rundown of how students fared in their individual divisions:

Oregon State University

Finish

Men’s #1 Singles: Taylor Knoth*

Gold, 1st Place

Men’s #2 Singles: Micah Hoffman*

Gold, 4th Place

Men’s #3 Singles: Joey Pryor

Gold, Quarterfinalist

Men’s #4 Singles: Michael Carrington*

Gold, 3rd Place

Men’s #5 Singles: Jonathan Edwards*

Gold, 3rd Place

Men’s #6 Singles: Dale Fonken*

Gold, 3rd Place

Women’s #1 Singles: Frossene King

Blue, 1st Place

Women’s #2 Singles: Megan Mathes*

Gold, 2nd Place

Women’s #3 Singles: Alyssa Asay*

Gold, 1st Place

Women’s #4 Singles: Teresa Wright*

Gold, 1st Place

Women’s #5 Singles: Kelly Powell*

Gold, 1st Place

Women’s #6 Singles: Stevanie Medearis*

Gold, 1st Place

Men’s #1 Doubles: Knoth/Pryor

Gold, 3rd Place

Men’s #2 Doubles: Carrington/Hoffman

Gold, 3rd Place

Men’s #3 Doubles: Fonken/Edwards

Gold, Round of 16

Women’s #1 Doubles: Mathes/King

Red, 1st Place

Women’s #2 Doubles: Assay/Wright

Gold, 1st Place

Women’s #3 Doubles: Powell/Chelsea Donnithorne

Gold, 1st Place

 

University of Oregon

Finish

Men’s #1 Singles: Elliott Saunders

Gold, Round of 16

Men’s #2 Singles: Ryan Higgins

Red, 1st Place

Men’s #3 Singles: Aaron Halbert

Red, 4th Place

Women’s #1 Singles: Leah Redwine

Gold, Quarterfinalist

Women’s #2 Singles: Hailey Miller*

Gold, 1st Place

Women’s #3 Singles: Staci Wood

Blue, 2nd Place

Women’s #4 Singles: Sydney Prescott

Blue, 2nd Place

Men’s #1 Doubles: Saunders/Higgins

Red, 3rd Place

Women’s #1 Doubles: Redwine/Miller

Gold, 3rd Place

Women’s #2 Doubles: Wood/Prescott

Gold, 3rd Place

* Member of the 2011 USAR All-American Collegiate Team

Three other Oregon residents competed in the tournament. Kamran Masood, a fifth-year senior at Arizona State University, made the Round of 16 in Men’s #1 Singles and was a quarterfinalist in Men’s #1 Doubles. Kevin Funkhouser, a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley, finished fourth in Men’s #4 Red Singles and second in Men’s #2 Red Doubles. Maradith Durbin, a junior at OSU, finished fourth in non-competition Women’s Singles.

The 2012 USA Racquetball National Intercollegiate Championships are scheduled to be held in Missouri next April.

Tournament Draws

Final Team Results

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