Repeat is Sweet!!!

2015 NJCAA Division I National Champions - ASA College.
2015 NJCAA Division I National Champions - ASA College.

NJCAA DIVISION I NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuscon, AZ----The defending National Junior College Athletic Association Division I ASA College (Brooklyn, NY) Women's Tennis team repeated as team National Champions this afternoon.  In addition, the Lady Avengers made the NJCAA women's tennis record books by becoming the first team to sweep all singles and doubles championships since 1991.     

In sole possession of first  place in a pool of 27 two-year colleges, leading by three points, the Lady Avengers would advance to the finals in every singles flight (1-6) and every doubles flight (1-3) 
today.  ASA only lost one set the entire tournament. 

Singles National Champiomships Results:
Flight 1: #1 Macarena Olivares def. Tyler JC (6-2, 6-1)
Flight 2: #1 Megane Bianco def. Tyler JC (6-2, 6-2)
Flight 3: #1 Tyler Smith def. Tyler JC (6-1, 6-2)
Flight 4: #1 Mingxiu Du def. Tyler JC (6-0, 6-2)
Flight 5: #1 Simone Pratt def. Tyler JC (6-0, 6-1)
Flight 6: #1 Siuzanna Grigorian def. St. College of FL (6-0, 6-2)

Doubles National Championships Results:
Flight 1: Olivares/Bianco def. Seward (6-0, 6-0)
Flight 2: Smith/Du def. State College of FL (6-2, 6-1)
Flight 3: Grigorian/Daniela Vanko def. Tyler JC (6-2, 6-1) 
 TOP THREE TEAM FINISHES:
  1. 1.       ASA COLLEGE (Brooklyn, NY)
  2. 2.       Tyler JC (Tyler, TX)
  3. 3.       State College of Florida (Bradenton, FL)
Every ASA participant was the #1 seed going into the tournament in their respective flight and earned a bye for every first round match.  Following the tournament, they would all be named First Team NJCAA All-Americans.
 
Since winning the national championship last season, ASA has been the #1 nationally ranked junior college the entire season by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). 
ASA Women's Tennis won the school's first ever NJCAA National Championship in any sport last year (2014), dethroning four-time reigning  national champion host, Tyler Junior College (Tyler, TX).