This study examined the influence of the scoring winner of the double's game in table tennis three-stage skill analysis, and what zones the smashed shots possibly went to in Division Ⅰ college sports. This research was expected to provide more information to the table tennis coaches. The subjects of this study included twenty table tennis teams (Division Ⅰ) competing in the college sports in 2004. In addition, 78 games were studied by this researcher who used the process of match records as a studying tool. The researcher analyzed these results through Descriptive Statistics and Independent t-test and reached the following four points of conclusion. First, evaluation of the three-stage skill index of college females doubles' games. Showed the index of the scoring percentage of serve-then-attack part and receive-then-attack part was ”Excellent”, and the using percentage was ”Pass”. The index of scoring percentage of the rally part was ”Pass”, but the using percentage was ”No Pass”. Second, evaluation of the three-stage skill index of the college female's double' games showed that: the index of the scoring percentage of serve-then-attack part was ”Good” and the using percentage was ”Pass”. The index of scoring percentage of receive-then-attack part was ”Excellent”, and the using percentage was ”Pass”. Both the index of the scoring percentage of the rally part and the using percentage were ”No Pass”. Third, the zones of scoring points or losing points for both male and female teams basically lay on the left zone. Fourth, different genders were different in obviously making the zones of striking balls: The spots of striking balls for the female teams often lay on the left zone and easily got out of the table, which was different from the male teams. But the other three zones were the same.