Congratulations to those teams listed below, who emerged from one of the strongest fields ever assembled in the South to earn the title of Beast of the Southeast. These teams are automatically invited to the 2018 Beast of the Southeast, having earned a Champions’ exemption.
Rockwood Thunder 18 Mizuno demonstrated why they are ranked 5th in the Country by winning the 18 Open Division without dropping a match
TJVBC 18 Elite was undefeated on the weekend to win the 18 American Division
A5 17-Jing was not seriously challenged in this event, running to a 12 – 0 record in sets to win the 17-Open Championship.
A5 16-Gabe was likewise undefeated in sets to win the 16-Open Division.
A5 15-Boba won the 15 Open Championship without dropping a set.
A5 14-Suzanne dropped just one set – in the semifinal match to Tampa Juniors – to meet A5 South 14-Trina in a much anticipated all-A5 final, which 14-Suzanne won in straight sets.
Back at SVC, A5 13-Jackie didn’t allow a team to score more than 17 points in a set en route to the 13 Open Championship.
A5 12-Jing breezed to a 14 – 1 record in sets to win the 12-Open Championship.
For those of you new to this tournament, you need to know that we do not award an MVP honor at Beast. …..it’s an “MVB” award…. for Most Valuable Beast. And we don’t give recipients a trophy or plaque to memorialize the honor; we give them… well… a Beast.
Congratulations to all of the Beasts pictured below:
Rockwood Thunder 18-1
Rockwood Thunder 18-2, USA Division