No. 17 Wildcats Prepped for NCAA Tournament

No. 17 Wildcats Prepped for NCAA Tournament

No. 17 Wildcats Prepped for NCAA Tournament

The victor of the Dartmouth-Kentucky match will play the victor of the University of Michigan-Youngstown State University match on Saturday.

Georgia's win sets up a second-round match against South Florida, which will take place Saturday at 3 p.m.at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.

For the second straight day, junior Collin Altamirano clinched the match for Virginia with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over the Lions' Alex Keyser at No. 4 singles.

The Maroon & White picked up the doubles point for the sixth straight match, claiming wins on courts one and three.

Rose-Hulman also tied its single-season school record for wins with a 20-9 overall record.

Jenna Collins scored two goals while O'Sullivan dished off two assists as Navy opened the second half by outscoring the home team 5-1 to take the largest lead of the game at 10-6.

Bhullar was the first off for the Seminoles on court six, defeating Arkansas' Juan Marino 6-2, 6-0. The Gauchos are led by Morgan Mays, who owns a 14-10 dual match record, 7-6 at No. 1.

Arkansas' Mike Redlicki and Oscar Mesquida didn't finish their matches at No. 1 and No. 3 because Florida State had clinched the team victory. The Trojans increased their lead to 3-0 as USC's No. 88 Logan Smith closed out his match with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Wisconsin's Chema Carranza on court three.

"I thought we played good tennis today", Coach Lauren Spencer told Inside the Auburn Tigers.

The No. 12-ranked Georgia men's tennis team has advanced to the second round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. "Everybody won their league or had a great season", Knoll said. "We took a week off to rest and have been working hard the last week and a half". "At this point, it's who can play the best at the right time". "She's one of those players that's figured it out, and thank God she's figured it out for us".

Washington began the day of play with doubles, claiming the first win as the sophomore duo of Enzo Sommer and Kawika Lam defeated freshman Ewan Moore and sophomore Tyler Schick. "It's great exposure for our program and just a great opportunity for our team overall". I told my guys this is what we work for all year and now it's our starting point for next year. We weren't able to hold that momentum. We want to get to Athens.

Turner finished with four goals and two assists, while Burnett had three. "I was proud of that".

On court three doubles, Gabriella Castaneda and Daniela Schippers earned their 16 doubles victory as a pair this season 7-5 over No. 64 Georgie Axon/Caroline Turner, while Nandini Das and Ariana Rahmanparast suffered a rare loss 6-4 on court two.

"I think anybody that was here yesterday saw that we played much, much better today".

"Our defense did a good job of forcing some of their players into taking some lower angle shots that allowed Lauren to see the ball and track it", McMahon told the Gazette.

For fans wishing to attend, the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center will be enforcing a clear bag policy for the NCAA Championship.

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