Georgia takes on Duke in NCAA Round of 16

#13 GEORGIA vs #4 DUKE

May 12, 2022

Weather: 5 p.m.

Location: Durham, North Carolina

Site: Ambler Tennis Stadium

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792 wins, 19 SEC titles, 6 national championships

Georgia head coach Jeff Wallace is now in his 37th year at the helm of the Bulldogs tennis program. As the nation’s winningest active women’s tennis coach, Wallace is one of only two coaches to record 750 wins in women’s tennis history. Wallace entered the 2022 dual season with 773 career wins.

Wallace’s words
“The team is really excited,” Georgia head coach said Jeff Wallace mentioned. “We move on to the round of 16 to face the No. 3 seed, Duke. They’ve had a great year, obviously a great team and a great program. We’re really looking forward to this opportunity. I think our team is reaching its pinnacle at the right time, everything we’ve done here at our regional… We’re just excited for this next opportunity.

NCAA Tournament History
The Georgia women received an NCAA Tournament bid for the 35th straight year with an all-time tournament record of 89-32. The 2022 season marks the 11th consecutive year the Bulldog women have secured a host position for the first and second rounds of the tournament. Georgian women have two NCAA titles (1994 and 2000), while a Bulldog has won the NCAA singles championship three times (1984 Lisa Spain, 1994 Angela Lettiere and 2010 Chelsey Gullickson).

Dawgs in the leaderboard
No. 13 Georgia has four rankings: A quartet of individuals, No. 17 Mell ReascoNo. 28 Lea Maand no. 99 Dasha Vidmanova; a doubles teams in No. 20 Morgan Coppoc and Ania Hertel.

In the fall, the ITA also ranks the Top 10 Freshman/Newcomer, Reasco came in at No. 4.

Blue Devil Scouting
The No. 4 Duke is coming off a 4-0 victory over Quinnipiac and a 4-1 win over Old Dominion. The Blue Devils are 21-3 this season. Duke owns six rankings: a trio of individuals in No. 9 Chloe Beck, No. 14 Georgia Drummi and No. 106 Kelly Chen; three doubles teams in No. 17 Georgia Drummi and Karolina Berankova, No. 49 Chloe Beck and Elizabeth Coleman, and No. 68 Kelly Chen and Eliza Omirou.

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