Csordas to Play in ITA All-American Championships
The 64-player, 32 doubles team pre-qualifying tournament is October 1-2 at UCLA and four players and doubles teams will advance from there to the Oct. 4-5 64-player qualifying tournament at
"I am very proud of Bea. She will get a chance to test herself against the elite of College Tennis. It will be a lot of fun and very challenging for her," DePaul head coach Mark Ardizzone said.
The first Intercollegiate Tennis Association national and singles and doubles championships of the 2005-06 season - the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships - is one of three national collegiate tennis championships this season. The Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships (its men's counterpart, the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships takes place at the University of Tulsa at the same time), the November 4-7 ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, and the year-end NCAA Championships are college tennis' three national championship events during the season.
The premier hard court event of the fall collegiate season, the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships feature the top players in NCAA Division I tennis.
Csordas was the Conference USA Freshman of the Year and a second team All-C-USA pick after posting a 26-11 singles record and combining with graduated teammate Marina Parashkevova to go 25-4 in doubles, the best doubles record in Blue Demon women’s tennis history, last season.
DePaul opens the 2005-06 women’s tennis season September 23-25 with the Blue Demon Invitational.