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Harvard junior Andrew Ball ’13 went 10-7 at the Nos. 3, 5, and 6 spots and went 3-1 in doubles. He was 3-0 at the Ivy Plus Tournament for Harvard (21-7), which advanced to
the second round of the NCAAs against USC. ... Gunther Matta ’15 went 3-3 in singles and 7-4 in doubles in tourna- ment play for UC Berkeley. ... Top-seed singles and doubles player Victor Pham ’15 was named the Ivy League Player
of the Year after leading co-champion Columbia (6-1) to its fifth league title in a row. The Lions defeated Monmouth and Virginia to advance to the NCAA Sweet 16, where they lost to eventual champion Wake Forest. The junior went 12-7 in singles and 9-6 in doubles this spring. ... Dylan Pace ’16,
a Babson College sophomore, went 11-6 at the Nos. 2 and 3 doubles spots, including a 3-0 mark at No. 2 doubles. He finished the season 11-6 in dual meets and tournament play. ... Johns Hopkins sophomore Nathan Safran ’16 went 6-3 overall, primarily in tournament play singles, and held a 5-2 mark in doubles.
Paul Touma ’15, a junior at Brown, placed seventh in the long jump at the URI Invitational and won the long jump at the Brown University Invitational with a jump of 6.51 meters, in addition to placing second in the triple jump.
Competing for Team Canada, Maddy Price ’14 took second in the 400 at the Harry Jerome International Track Classic a day after setting a meet record in the 4x400 relay in Vancou- ver. Just weeks before, Price wrapped up a brilliant collegiate career anchoring Duke’s 4x400 team, which took ninth at the NCAA Championships—the highest finish by a 4x400 relay team in program history. The team won the Penn Relays after Price’s extraordinary anchor split of 51.49 and advanced to the NCAAs with a school-record time of 3:32.21. Price also took third in the 400 trials to qualify for the East Regional. She finishes as Duke’s indoor (400, 4x200, and 4x400) and outdoor school record holder. She will pursue a master’s degree while continuing her track training on campus with a goal of com- peting in the 2019 World Championships and 2020 Olympics.
Maddy Price ’14 closed the chapter on a Duke career that fea- tured multiple indoor and outdoor individual and relay school records, as well as a title in the Penn Relays
Senior attack Audrey Flower ’15 tallied six assists, seven steals, four field blocks, and two ejections drawn for Brown, which finished 16-18.
  Andrew Ball ’13 played singles and doubles throughout the season, helping Harvard to a 21-7 overall mark
Top seed Christine Eliazo ’14, a senior at Lewis & Clark, has been ranked No. 50 in the nation throughout the spring sea- son on her way to a 12-7 record. In conference duals, Eliazo is 5-3 and tallied a 10-3 mark at No. 1 doubles. She was picked for the all-conference first team. ... UC Davis senior Kristy Jorgensen ’14 was named to the All-Big West Conference second team in singles and doubles. She rounded out her final season with a 9-12 overall mark and went 4-9 playing only at the No. 1 spot in the lineup. She went 10-9 overall for doubles play, mostly at No. 1.
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