Stanford senior Kristie Ahn advanced to the final at the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional women's tennis championships with a 6-0, 6-1 win over top-seeded Zsofia Susanyi of Cal in the semifinals Monday at Stanford's Taube Tennis Center.
Ahn will take on Jenny Jullien of Saint Mary's in the championship match Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Jullien defeated Stanford's Caroline Doyle 7-6 (5), 6-2 in the other semifinal.
Ahn won the event as a freshman in 2010 and is seeking her third career singles crown.
Tuesday's 10:30 a.m. doubles final will be an all-Stanford affair, with Taylor Davidson and Ellen Tsay going against Ahn and Carol Zhao.
Davidson and Tsay defeated San Jose State's Marie Klocker and Gaelle Rey 8-3 in the semifinals, and Ahn and Zhao ousted Cal's Susanyi and Denise Starr 8-2.
The Stanford duo of Yale Goldberg and John Morrissey lost 8-2 in the doubles semifinals to Cal's Gregory Bayane and Chase Melton.
The Broncos' aggregate score of 312 leaves them nine strokes behind leader Boise State. Cal State Northridge is second at 305.
Kaci McCartan shot low round for Santa Clara with a 2-over-par 74, followed by Annie Freman with a 75.
The tournament concludes Tuesday.
The first broadcast, on 1590-AM, is Santa Clara's exhibition game against San Diego Christian on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.
Alabama leads with a 24-under-par 552 total, followed by Central Florida at 563 and Cal at 570 in the 15-team event.
Joel Stalter shot rounds of 66 and 74 for a 140 total to lead Cal golfers, and he trails individual leader Trey Mullinax of Alabama by six strokes. The third and final round will be played Tuesday.