NCAA Semifinals Recap: Texas Takes Out Florida; Wake Outlasts North Carolina; Stanford Stumps North Carolina; Georgia Clips Duke

After four months of dual-match action we’re finally down to the final two after a great day of tennis on Saturday.The opening match of the day saw No. 2 Texas come through in the clutch to win a close doubles point and then after jumping No. 3 Florida in singles the Longhorns held on to win 4-2.  In doubles, Texas jumped out to early break leads at both No. 1 and No. 3 while Florida went up an early break at No. 2 but all three matches would simultaneously find their way back to 3-3. Texas’s Christian Sigsgaard and Harrison Scott took the next three games to defeat Johannes Ingildsen and McClain Kessler 6-3 at No. 1. Over at...

NCAA Women’s Semifinals Preview

It’ll be a quick turnaround for the women with everyone back on court less than 24 hours after completing their quarterfinal matches. North Carolina and Stanford will play the opening semifinal at 2 pm eastern while Georgia and Duke won’t take the court until the conclusion of the men’s semifinal between Wake Forest and North Carolina which I expect to be a lengthy 3 plus hour match. All your stats, trends, and records are listed down below in the match tables so look them over and try to figure out who will win. UTR-Power 6 Variance:#1 Georgia vs. #5 Duke: UGA +0.62#2 North Carolina vs. #3 Stanford: UNC +0.10 Slam.Tennis...

NCAA Women’s Quarterfinal Recap: Georgia Rallies Past Vanderbilt 4-3; Duke Holds Off South Carolina; North Carolina & Stanford Roll 4-1

The NCAA’s Women’s Final Four is set after a long day of tennis in Orlando with the first ball struck at noon eastern and the last celebration taking place just before midnight. The two late matches were the closer of the four with top seed Georgia coming back from a late 3-2 deficit to edge No. 8 Vanderbilt 4-3 while No. 5 Duke pulled off the mild upset over No. 4 South Carolina 4-1.SEC rivals Georgia and Vanderbilt were meeting for the third time in the last three months and for the second time Vanderbilt would grab the early lead after an impressive performance in doubles. Vanderbilt jumped out to break leads on all three courts but Georgia...

NCAA Women’s Quarterfinals Preview

Friday will be the start of the NCAA Women’s Quarterfinals with the top 8 seeds making it to the Elite 8 for the first time since 2011. While the men have a day off between the quarters and semis the women will play three straight days which means fitness is going to be key with most of these matches expected to be hotly contested. Five of the final eight have won a NCAA Championship with Stanford leading the way with 19 titles, Georgia and UCLA each having 2, while Vanderbilt and Duke have 1. Neither South Carolina or Pepperdine have ever advanced past the quarterfinal round while North Carolina will look to do so for just the third time in program...

Friday Super Regional Recap: Stanford & Pepperdine Fight off Tough Competition; Duke & UCLA Women Cruise; Baylor Men Too Strong for UCLA; Wake Rolls Over Oklahoma

The first day of Super Regional play brought us a few good matches and a few shutouts but they all ended with the home team coming out on top. The two closest matches of the day took place on the West Coast with Stanford edging Big XII Champion Kansas 4-3 while Pepperdine fought off a scrappy UCF team 4-2. Stanford won its 20th straight match and advanced to the Elite 8 for the 10th year in a row but it was far from easy. The Cardinal found themselves in a 1-0 hole after Kansas won the doubles point for the 25th time in 26 matches with a 6-2 win at No. 2 and a 6-3 win at No. 3. Each team claimed three opening sets in singles with three of the matches...