PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Notre Dame's Kristy Frilling and Kali Krisik along with Louisville's Austen Childs capped off successful seasons by being named to the 2010 ITA All-America Tennis Team.
Frilling and Krisik's season ended in the NCAA doubles championship quarterfinal round, finishing with a 34-3 mark which included a winning streak of 27-straight matches. In the final ITA doubles ranking, the duo finished No. 2. Frilling, the BIG EAST Women's Tennis Player of the Year, also earned all-America recognition as a singles player. The sophomore advanced to the second round of the NCAA singles championship, ending the season with a 28-11 mark and a No. 14 position in the final ITA singles rankings.
Childs made a postseason run all the way to the NCAA singles championship match, falling to Stanford's Bradley Klahn. The BIG EAST Men's Tennis Player of the Year finished 2010 with a 33-12 mark and 13th in the ITA singles rankings.
Criteria to earn ITA All-America honors is as follows:
1.) Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championships, or;
2.) Reach round of 16 in NCAA Singles Championships, or;
3.) Finish in the Top 20 of the final ITA Rankings.
1.) Top eight seed in NCAA Doubles Championships, or;
2.) Reach quarterfinals of NCAA Doubles Championship, or;
3.) Finish in Top 10 of final ITA Rankings