The women's final will be 1 vs. 2 after top-seeded Miami junior Estela Perez-Somarriba and second-seeded Georgia sophomore Katarina Jokic took care of business on Friday.
Perez-Somarriba became the third Miami women to advance to the finals, first since 2009, after a comfortable straight set win over North Carolina freshman Cameron Morra. Perez-Somarriba jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first set but Morra took the next two to even it at 2-2. Perez-Somarriba broke and held for 4-2 and then she'd break again on the deciding point to take the opening set 6-3. Perez-Somarriba opened up a 4-0 lead in the second set and took it 6-3, 6-1.
"She just looked like she had ice in her veins today," Miami head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews said. "She did a good job of keeping Morra on her toes, which is what you have to do. She's a very rhythmic player. She hits big off of both sides. When she's down, she just absolutely rocks the ball. Stela served well, used her off-pace serve to get short looks, handled the situation well, I thought, and moved so much better than yesterday, which allowed her to just play great tennis."
Perez-Somarriba's post-match interview is available at this link.
Morra on her thoughts after the match, "I think Estela has had a great tournament, she deserves it and I know she’ll do great tomorrow. But it’s been such a great experience. I’ve had my dad here all week and to have my family around and my coaches, it’s been great, I really can’t complain."
The two other Miami players to advance to the finals were Laura Vallverdu and Audra Cohen in 2009 and 2007 with Vallverdu falling to Duke's Mallory Cecil while Cohen defeated USC's Lindsey Nelson.
Jokic became the fifth Georgia women's player to advance to the finals, first since Chelsey Gullickson in 2010, after a straight set win over Duke sophomore Kelly Chen.
Chen came out strong and took an early 3-1 lead, and she had a chance to add a second break for 4-1, but Jokic held on the deciding point and then took the next three games to go up 5-3. Chen broke back and held for 5-5 but Jokic held and broke to take the opening set 7-5. In the second set, Jokic jumped out to a 4-1 lead and closed it out 7-5, 6-2.
"It was a really tough match," Jokic said. "We played a really good match. I'm glad I won in straight sets though, because I have one more to go. I'll rest as much as I can, eat, sleep and get in the ice bath to recover as best as I can. I'm going to think about strategy, but also talk to Jeff [Wallace, head coach] and Drake [Bernstein, associate head coach] in preparation for tomorrow."
"I'm really excited for Katarina," Georgia head coach Jeff Wallace said. "She played great today and looked healthier than what she has been. She has been pushed to max this past week playing 14 matches, which is the most by any man or woman down here. It has been a super-human effort. Today she looked strong. I really want to thank our strength and conditioning coach Katrin Koch and our athletic trainer Abbey Sponseller for the spectacular job today and leading up to it."
Kelly Chen on how she would describe her run to the semifinals, "If I would’ve looked back five months ago, at least with individuals, I don’t think I would’ve been here. But I’ve worked hard to get to where I am now so even though I lost today I’m still pretty proud of myself."
The women's final begins after the conclusion of the men's final - no sooner than 5:30 pm eastern.
 Estela Perez-Somarriba (Miami FL Jr/ESP) def. Cameron Morra (UNC Fr/USA) 6-3, 6-1
 Katarina Jokic (UGA Soph/SRB) def. Kelly Chen (Duke So/USA) 7-5, 6-2
 Estela Perez-Somarriba (Miami FL Jr/ESP) vs.  Katarina Jokic (UGA Soph/SRB) - NB 5:30 pm ET
 Max Cressy/Keegan Smith (UCLA) def. [5-8] Timo Stodder/Preston Touliatos (Tenn) 6-2, 6-1
UCLA will have a chance to sweep doubles titles after Gabby Andrews and Ayan Broomfield advanced to the women's final with a 6-4, 6-4 win over the top seeded USC team of Angela Kulikov and Rianna Valdes. Andrews and Broomfield jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first set and made the single break advantage hold up. In the second set, Andrews and Broomfield broke to start the set but Kulikov and Valdes got it back on serve at 3-3. Andrews and Broomfield broke back for 4-3 and a few games later they'd serve it out.
If Andrews and Broomfield win the title they'd become the 7th UCLA women's team to win the NCAA Doubles Championship and first since Tracy Lin and Riza Zalameda in 2008.
"Gabby and I, we both transferred here," said Broomfield. "We both transferred to UCLA. We were looking for a more competitive program, a better program, a better place for us to grow as people and as tennis players. Win or lose tomorrow, I think we've done that. I think we've helped the program as much as we could. I think that we've grown as individuals. We have great relationships with the girls on the team, the coaching staff, everyone at UCLA. So I think the win would be a lot for UCLA and the tennis program, but I think win or lose, we're really proud of what we've accomplished already."
The other doubles semifinal wasn't as close with Michigan's Kate Fahey and Brienne Minor becoming the first Wolverines women's duo to advance to the finals after a 6-2, 6-2 win over South Carolina's Ingrid Gamarra Martins and Mia Horvit.
Women's Doubles Semifinals
 Gabby Andrews/Ayan Broomfield (UCLA) def.  Angela Kulikov/Rianna Valdes (USC) 6-4, 6-4
Kate Fahey/Brienne Minor (Michigan) def.  Ingrid Gamarra Martins/Mia Horvit (South Carolina) 6-2, 6-2
Women's Doubles Finals
 Gabby Andrews/Ayan Broomfield (UCLA) vs. Kate Fahey/Brienne Minor (Michigan) - 5 pm ET
**Quotes are from the school's recaps or the USTA National Campus's daily recap.