(1) Georgia, (2) Arkansas, (3) Kansas State, (4) Elon
The No. 4 ranked Georgia team will look advance to the Women’s National Team Indoors and is led by top 10 players Lauren Herring (No. 4) and Sylvia Garcia (No. 10). Herring went 10-3 in the fall and lost in the semifinals of the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships, losing to eventual champ Jamie Loeb of UNC). Garcia won the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional Championship, and competed in the 2013 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships.
Kansas State’s Petra Niedermayerova (No. 42) is the highest ranked singles players outside the Bulldogs’ squad, and the ITA All-American was 9-4 in the fall season. No. 51 Arkansas will be lead by Yang Pang (No. 71), who is also ranked in doubles with partner Kimberley-Ann Surin at No. 46. The Razorbacks return five of its top seven along with freshman Shannon Hudson, ranked No. 118. No. 75 Elon’s top player is No. 69 Jordan Johnston, who went 9-4 during the fall and also was 9-3 in doubles with partner Frida Jansaker.
|Schedule of Play:
Fri, Jan 24 – #4 Georgia def. #75 Elon, 4-0
Fri, Jan 24 – #51 Arkansas def. #55 Kansas State, 4-2
Sat, Jan 25 – #55 Kansas State def. #75 Elon, 4-3
Surface: Indoors (Dan Magill Tennis Complex)
# of Courts: 4 (12 outdoors)
Thursday, January 23
Lauren Herring, Georgia