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2018 Bedford Cup Women's Event
Congratulations to four Miami Hurricanes who claimed titlesat this year's Bedford Cup!
2015 Bedford Cup Women's Event
photo by Linwood Ferguson during day 2 of event
The winners of the 2015 Women's Bedford Cup are:
Women's Singles: Yolimar Ogando, University of Miami
Women's Doubles: Yolimar Ogando and Wendy Zhang, University of Miami
2013 Bedford Cup Women's Event
Thank you for participating in this year's Bedford Cup! The University of Florida would like to thank the Youth
Tennis Foundation, the Bedford Foundation, and Ron Fick for making this all possible.
I hope you had an enjoyable time these four days! Attached is the group picture.
Good luck the rest of the fall season.
Director of Tennis Operations
University of Florida
2012 Bedford Cup Women's Event
UM NETTERS CAPTURE BOTH TITLES AT INAUGURAL BEDFORD CUP EVENT
Kelsey Laureneta from the University of Miami defeated unseeded Amy Sargeant of Florida State
University 6-1, 6-4 to capture the singles title at the Inaugural State of Florida Division I
Women’s Collegiate Championships, held from November 2-4 on the campus of the University of South
Florida. In so doing, she took home the Bedford Cup and will be the first to have her name inscribed
on the magnificent Cup, named after Edward T. Bedford, whose foundation donated the money to the Youth
Tennis Foundation, which created, and sponsored, the event. Players from the University of Miami, Florida
State, Florida Gulf Coast, Florida A & M, the University of Central Florida, the University of North
Florida and the University of South Florida competed for the title.
The top seeded player, Ekatarina Vasenina, of USF, was upset by the eighth seed, Mia Vriens, of FSU in
the quarters. Laureneta, the fifth seed, upset the fourth seed, Daneka Borthwick of Florida State in her
quarter final match. She then beat Vriens in the semis to advance to the final round.
On the bottom half of the draw, Sergeant upset the sixth seed, Alonso, of USF in the round of 16, then
upset the number four seed, Francesca Segarelli of FSU in the quarters, and then beat the second seeded
player, Lilekita of UM in the semis to earn her spot in the finals.
In the doubles, the team of Brittany Dubins and Nichole Stracar of the University of Miami defeated
Laureneta and Lina Lilakite, also of the University of Miami, to capture the title. Vasenina and Alonso,
the second seeded team, were upset by the unseeded team of Lareneta and Lilekita in the semis. In the
other semi final match, Dubins and Stracar, the fourth seeded team, defeated the unseeded team of Melanie
Aguirre and Lorena Aviles of UNF, who upset the top seeded team of Borthwick and Segarelli in the quarters.
Mia Vriens of FSU was the recipient of the Sportsmanship Award, which was voted upon by the players,
coaches and tournament referees. Irene Rehberger was the tournament director. The site of next year’s
event has yet to be determined but UM, FSU, UNF, USF and UF have expressed an interest in hosting it
and al l twelve Division I teams are expected to participate, as was the case with the men’s event held
in September at the University of Florida.