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TEAM/SINGLES/DOUBLES

TEMPE, Ariz. –
Florida and Georgia remain 1-2 in the national team rankings, and the SEC continues to see 11 of its 14 members ranked in the Top 25 as Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced the updated Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division I Women’s National Rankings on Tuesday.

No changes to the top of the singles and doubles rankings, as Ohio State’s Francesca Di Lorenzo remains the top-ranked singles player, while North Carolina’s Hayley Carter and Jessie Aney are the No. 1-ranked doubles tandem.

A reminder that the national team rankings feature the Top 50 teams. Coaches will have access to the unpublished national team rankings on the ITA website.



Top 25 Women’s Team Rankings By Conference

Top 10 Conference rankings in parenthesis

SEC (3) 11 –
Florida (1); Georgia (2); Vanderbilt (5); Auburn (11); South Carolina (12); Kentucky (13); Arkansas (18); LSU (19); Mississippi State (20); Texas A&M (21); Tennessee (23)

Big 12 (2) 4 – Texas Tech (7); Oklahoma State (8); Baylor (15); Texas (24)

ACC (2) 4 – North Carolina (3); Georgia Tech (6); Duke (14); North Carolina State (25)

Pac-12 (1) 3 – Stanford (10); California (16); UCLA (22)

Big Ten (2) 2 – Ohio State (4); Michigan (9)

West Coast Conference 1 –
Pepperdine (17)

Top 25 Women’s Singles Rankings By Conference
Top 10 Conference rankings in parenthesis

SEC (2) 11 – Astra Sharma, Vanderbilt (4); Belinda Woolcock, Florida (7); Eleni Christofi, Georgia (11); Josie Kuhlman, Florida (14); Erin Routliffe, Alabama (15); Jasmine Lee, Mississippi State (16); Sydney Campbell, Vanderbilt (17); Jade Lewis, LSU (18); Aldila Sutjiadi, Kentucky (19); Rachel Pierson, Texas A&M (22); Ellen Perez, Georgia (25)

Pac-12 (1) 4 – Ena Shibahara, UCLA (3); Karla Popovic, California (12); Melissa Lord, Stanford (20); Gabby Smith, USC (23)

ACC (2) 3 – Hayley Carter, North Carolina (2); Sara Daavettila, North Carolina (8); Sinead Lohan, Miami (13)

Big 12 (3) 3 – Blair Shankle, Baylor (5); Viktoriya Lushkova, Oklahoma State (6); Gabriela Talaba, Texas Tech (10)

Big Ten (1) 2 – Francesca Di Lorenzo, Ohio State (1); Brienne Minor, Michigan (24)

West Coast Conference (1) 2 – Luisa Stefani, Pepperdine (9); Ashley Lahey, Pepperdine (21)

Top 10 Women’s Doubles Rankings By Conference

SEC 5 – Aldila Sutjiadi/Mami Adachi, Kentucky (2); Jasmine Lee/Lisa Marie Rioux, Mississippi State (3); Rutuja Bhosale/Rachel Pierson, Texas A&M (4); Astra Sharma/Emily Smith, Vanderbilt (5); Erin Routliffe/Maddie Pothoff, Alabama (8)

Big Ten 1 – Kate Fahey/Alex Najarian, Michigan (7)

Big 12 1 – Vladica Babic/Carla Tur Mari, Oklahoma State (9)

ACC 1 – Hayley Carter/Jessie Aney, North Carolina (1)

West Coast Conference 1 – Christine Maddox/Mayar Sherif Ahmed, Pepperdine (6)

Pac-12 1 –
Jada Hart/Ena Shibahara, UCLA (10)