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(1) North Carolina, (2) VCU, (3) Brown, (4) Marshall

Arguably the most improved college tennis player during the fall season was North Carolina junior Lauren McHale. The younger sister of pro Christina McHale was unranked at the end of 2010-11 after spending much of the season as the Tar Heels’ No. 5 singles player.

She’s now North Carolina’s No. 1 and the nation’s No. 16 after posting a 15-5 fall record, defeating seven other ranked players, winning the USTA/ITA Carolina Regional title and reaching the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA National Indoors. The Tar Heels return all but one starter from their 2010-11 squad, and have more than capably filled that void with freshman Caroline Price, who is ranked 55th in the country.

Joining North Carolina in Chapel Hill will be VCU, led by No. 120 Alex Bara; Brown, which features 56th-ranked doubles players Jessica Harrow and Misia Krasowski; and Marshall, which brings the 35th-ranked doubles team of Dominika Zaprazna and Maria Voscekova.

Schedule of Play:   

Sat, Jan 28 – No. 51 Brown def. No. 34 VCU 4-1
Sat, Jan 28 – No. 8 North Carolina def.
No. 61 Marshall 7-0
Sun, Jan 29 – No. 34 VCU def. No. 61 Marshall 5-1
Sun, Jan 29 – No. 8 North Carolina def.
No. 51 Brown 7-0

**North Carolina advances to ITA Women's National Team
Indoor Championship

Surface: Indoors (Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center)
# of Courts: 6
Practice Courts: 3 courts each team
Fri, Jan 27 – 12:30pm-2pm
Fri, Jan 27 – 2pm-3:30pm
Fri, Jan 27 – 3:30pm-5pm


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North Carolina's Lauren McHale (Photo by David Kenas)
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