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...
The first day of the NCAA Championships at the USTA National Campus in Orlando didn’t disappoint with a pair of thrilling matches including an upset by No. 9 North Carolina over No. 1 Ohio State.The Buckeyes entered the match with a 32-2 overall record including a 32-2 record in doubles however it’d be North Carolina that would draw first blood. Surprisingly none of the doubles matches were very close although there were several breaks in the opening couple of games. At No. 2 doubles, North Carolina’s Brian Cernoch and Ben Sigouin (8-7 doubles record) jumped out to a 2-0 lead on Alex Kobelt and Kyle Seelig however the Buckeye duo,...
@GreatShotPod: Sadly have to add another team to the list: @TexasTechMTEN is OUT of this weekend’s Kickoff Event. Guessing that either Minnesota, MTSU, or maybe ND fill the spot
Current list of men’s teams that have pulled out of the event:
@College10sRanks: BREAKING NEWS: @GreatShotPod and I have confirmed that @UCF_MTennis has pulled out of kickoff weekend and will not make the trip to USC. Not sure yet who, if anyone, has accepted that spot but it was being offered ip mid week so I would assume they have a replacement by now.