Aggie Avalanche Smothers Georgia, Harvard Upsets Columbia, Virginia Tech Stings Georgia Tech, Illini Tops Michigan, TCU Women Over Texas Tech

Georgia came into Saturday’s match at Texas A&M with an undefeated conference record but a few hours later they’d be undefeated no more as Texas A&M played a tremendous match and came away with the win and the top seed in the SEC Tournament. Georgia was 16-5 in doubles coming into the match while Texas A&M was just 9-13 but it’d be the Aggies that’d get off to the quick start by picking up breaks at No. 1 and No. 2.Texas A&M’s AJ Catanzariti and Arthur Rinderknech jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead at No. 1 doubles against the ITA No. 2 team of Jan Zielinski and Robert Loeb and they refused to let Georgia get back in...

Assistant Coaching News, Transfers, Kalamazoo, Futures Update

New Oklahoma women’s coach Audra Cohen announced the hiring of Amy Sargeant as the Sooners new assistant coach. Sargeant played at Florida State from 2010 to 2013 and was the assistant coach at New Mexico last season. OU’s previous assistant Vincent “Boomer” Saia took a job with the Vanderbilt women’s program a few days ago but I haven’t seen an official release yet from the school.Amy Sargeant to join OU’s coaching staff as assistant coach ›› https://t.co/J2htG6PSc8pic.twitter.com/ohXwVFvpVZ— Oklahoma Tennis (@OU_WTennis) August 5, 2016 Virginia Tech women’s coach Terry Ann Zawacki-Woods...

Chaotic Sunday – SMU, Texas, and Stanford Pull Off Upsets

What a crazy day it was on Sunday with not one, not two, but three regional hosts going down. The day started off in College Station with the resumption of Saturday’s match between Texas A&M and Texas and it finished in Lubbock with SMU kicking the door down and stunning Texas Tech.When the season started if you told me that Texas would be in Tulsa for the NCAA Round of 16 I would have told you to go see a doctor. Well Texas made a believer of me and many today after going into enemy territory and knocking off Texas A&M in a 4-3 thriller.The match originally began on Saturday but after Texas A&M took the doubles point the match was stopped...

Saturday Recap: Mississippi State Routs Illinois, Wake Holds Off Michigan, USC Pulls Away From Ga Tech, & More

It’s hard to believe that going into the fall Matt Roberts only had two returning players from his 2014-15 squad yet here we sit today with Mississippi State heading to the Round of 16 after routing Illinois 4-0.State got off to a quick start in doubles and went up early breaks at No. 2 and No. 3. State’s No. 3 team of Rishab Agarwal and Niclas Braun would win four straight games to go up 5-2 and they’d end up winning 6-3. State’s Trevor Foshey and Luka Sucevic led 4-2 at No. 2 but Illinois’s Alex Jesse and Aiden Jiang would end up breaking back and forcing a tiebreak. Before the tiebreak really got going State’s No. 1 team...

NCAA First/Second Round Previews: Ohio State & Texas A&M Regionals

Ohio State RegionalStickney Tennis Center (Varsity Courts) – Columbus, OH[5] Ohio State Buckeyes (30-2) vs. [49-64] Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles (15-6) – Saturday 1pm ET – Ohio State earned the Big Ten’s automatic berth after defeating Illinois in the finals of the conference tournament while Tennessee Tech earned the Ohio Valley’s automatic berth after knocking off Eastern Kentucky in the finals. TTU will be playing without its No. 2 singles player, Alex Arovin, who was defaulted in the finals of the conference tournament so I’m guessing whatever he did must have carried at least a two-match suspension...