Georgia's Robert Loeb and Jan Zielinski moved up to No. 1 in the doubles rankings after picking up a pair of top five wins at the SEC Tournament last week while last week's No. 1, Wake's Christian Seraphim and Skander Mansouri, fell to No. 4. As far as variances between these rankings and the NCAA's seeds - UCLA's Redlicki and Zhu got the second seed despite being ranked third while Florida's Perez and Ingildsen got the third seed despite being ranked second. Mississippi State's Trevor Foshey and Niclas Braun were ranked No. 8 however they weren't seeded while Texas A&M's Arthur Rinderknech and AJ Catanzariti got a seed with a No. 9 ranking. Rinderknech and Catanzariti won the regular season meeting 6-2.
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In the women's singles rankings there was some minor shuffling in the top 10 but there was no change in the top two with Ohio State's Francesca Di Lorenzo still No. 1 while North Carolina's Hayley Carter is still No. 2. As far as variance with NCAA seeding - Vandy's Astra Sharma was ranked fourth but seed third, UCLA's Ena Shibahara was ranked fifth but seeded fourth, and Baylor's Blair Shankle was ranked third but seeded fifth. Shankle played both during the season with Sharma winning while she and Shibahara split matches.
Vanderbilt's Astra Sharma and Emily Smith took over the top spot in the doubles rankings while last week's No. 1 North Carolina's Hayley Carter and Jessie Aney fell to No. 4. The only variance between these rankings and the NCAA's seeding came when Kentucky's Sutjiadi and Adachi were seeded third despite being ranked sixth while Georgia's Perez and Brinson were ranked third but seeded in the 5-8 cluster. Sutjiadi and Adachi defeated No. 3 Perez and Brinson and No. 4 Carter and Aney in the regular season though they lost to No. 5 Routliffe and Pothoff from Alabama.
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