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    Posted: 04/19/2017 at 2:22am
Going to be running highlight vids for the following from the 2017 TMS National College Table Tennis Championships in Wisconsin:

- Men's and Women's Doubles Finals
- Men's and Women's Singles semifinals and finals
- Coed Team Final
- Women's Team Final

Thanks to my awesome video man Tony Murnahan, the first one is off the production line tonight!


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Re: the NCTTA men's finals (Jishan vs Bruno) highlights: Jishan Liang has played quite a few times in Westchester tournament finals (videos are on youtube), usually against players with similar TT background as he has.

To me, this finals of contrasting styles (Chinese vs European) seemed more interesting.


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Men's Singles Final

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The men's singles final was very entertaining to watch - thanks a lot. 
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Women's Singles Final - Wu Yue vs. Lily Zhang


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Men's Singles Semifinal - Bruno Ventura vs. Li Pu


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Women's Singles Semifinals:






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Highlights of the NCTTA Co-Ed National Team Final:


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How can a Co-Ed team be only males?

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Sorry but 3 frames per second makes it impossible for me to enjoy.

EDIT:  hmm, seems much better on youtube than here.


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Originally posted by in2spin in2spin wrote:

How can a Co-Ed team be only males?

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Apparently it only used to be Co-Ed but then they added Women's Teams as well. So you can either have a Women's Team or a mixed team. You can enter all women or all men or a mix into Co-Ed :)
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Seems to me a mis-labeling of the event.

As it is with the name of the event it appears that one side was playing with the intent of the event and one side did not.  Did TW have females on their roster available to play?  That would seem to me, to be the intent of a name like 'co-ed'.

Like, how different would a TW Men's Team be different than their Co-Ed line up?  (I know, no men's team, but, 'label'.)

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Originally posted by in2spin in2spin wrote:

Seems to me a mis-labeling of the event.

As it is with the name of the event it appears that one side was playing with the intent of the event and one side did not.  Did TW have females on their roster available to play?  That would seem to me, to be the intent of a name like 'co-ed'.

Like, how different would a TW Men's Team be different than their Co-Ed line up?  (I know, no men's team, but, 'label'.)

:)

All of TW's women competed in the Women's Team event. Some schools aren't able to form Men's or Women's Teams and have a mix of players. Also the Co-Ed is a chance to put forward the strongest team, for example UC Berkeley which has Lily Zhang, Prachi Jha, Teddy Tran and Aarsh Shah together in one team.

Maybe they should just call it Open Teams.


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Yeah, and it would appear to me that UC Berkeley had the strongest actual co-ed team.

But TW had the strongest Men's Team.

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Originally posted by in2spin in2spin wrote:

Yeah, and it would appear to me that UC Berkeley had the strongest actual co-ed team.

But TW had the strongest Men's Team.

:)

Co-ed here just means that a team CAN include both men and women, not that it MUST (which would be too complicated to implement). Occasionally there are even all-female teams playing in the co-ed event. TWU in the past often had female players on the co-ed team, but this year they had the luxury of being able to field 2 completely separate teams when needed. Berkeley didn't have that luxury.

If you have a better "label" NCTTA will probably be happy to consider it. "Open" could be misleading as it suggests pro-am... "Gender-neutral"? Wink


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Yeah, and it would appear to me that UC Berkeley had the strongest actual co-ed team.

But TW had the strongest Men's Team or Open Team.

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