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Top American Collegiate Players Headed for 2022 Master'U Championships

Nov 30, 2022

For the first time since 2019, the Master’U BNP Paribas Championships will be back in full force, hosting the top collegiate players from numerous countries for a unique competition that exposes collegiate athletes to international competition. 


Now in its 15th year of competition, the United States has won the Master’U Championship on nine different occasions, including being crowned champions in eight of the past nine tournaments.


In 2022, the six competing players for the United States include Fiona Crawley (North Carolina), Haley Giavara (Cal), Connie Ma (Stanford), Stefan Dostanic (USC), Ryan Seggerman (North Carolina), and Patrick Maloney (Michigan). 


All top players in the collegiate game, these student-athletes will join the likes of Danielle Collins (Virginia), Aleks Kovacevic (Illinois), Ena Shibahara (UCLA), and Brandon Holt (USC) as participants in this great event. 


USA Women's Players

- Fiona Crawley, North Carolina

- Haley Giavara, Cal

- Connie Ma, Stanford


USA Men's Players

- Stefan Dostanic, USC

- Patrick Maloney, Michigan

- Ryan Seggerman, North Carolina

Coaching the United States this year will be the trio of Greg Patton, Amanda Augustus, and Garrett Patton. For Greg Patton, this marks his 12th year as a coach of the United States for the Master’U Championship after having a hall-of-fame career at Boise State.


These coaches and players will compete against collegiate representatives from France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Australia, and Switzerland.


Matches will consist of two women’s singles matches, two men’s singles matches, one women’s doubles match, one men’s doubles match, and one mixed doubles match. The country that wins four of these seven matches is declared the victor and advances on in the tournament. 

The opening ceremony for the 2022 Master’U Championships is set for Dec. 1, while competition will span from Dec. 2-4 from Honfleur, France.


More information is available here

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