Stanford Edges Gators to Win NCAA Championship
Stanford freshman Mallory Burdette beat Marrit Boonstra in three sets to lock up another NCAA tennis title for the Cardinal, who beat Florida 4-3 on Tuesday in the women's final. Since the Division I championships debuted in 1982, Stanford has won 16 of 29 women's finals. This national title is the Cardinal's sixth in nine seasons under coach Lele Forood.
After Burdette won the #3 singles match 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 7-5, her sister, Stanford #2 singles player Lindsay Burdette, was so excited that she jumped a short fence and playfully tackled Mallory on the court. Lindsay Burdette also contributed to the win, beating Allie Will 6-3, 6-3.
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