NCAA Tennis Singles and Doubles Round-Up: May 28, 2010

May 28, 2010


Klahn, Thacher Remain Alive At NCAA Singles, Doubles
Bradley Klahn's impressive singles run at the 2010 NCAA Men's Tennis Championships continued on Friday, as the sophomore has now reached the quarterfinals. [Read More]

Hilary Barte, Lindsay Burdette In Contention At NCAA's
ATHENS, Ga.- Hilary Barte has reached the quarterfinal round of the 2010 NCAA Women's Tennis Championships, comfortably winning her third straight match. [Read More]

Juricova Advances to NCAA Singles Quarterfinal
ATHENS, Ga. - No. 2-ranked California women's tennis sophomore Jana Juricova became the first Golden Bear to advance to the NCAA singles championship quarterfinal since 2006. Juricova put together her 17th consecutive win as she defeated No. 13 Maria Mosolova of Northwestern, 6-3, 7-6, in the round of 16 of the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Singles Championship on Friday (May 28) at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex on the campus of host University of Georgia. [Read More]

NCAA Tennis Wrapup: Round of 16
ATHENS, GA. - Trojan tennis is all set up for individual quarterfinal action tomorrow in Athens, Ga., after Round of 16 wins by both Maria Sanchez and Robert Farah in today's NCAA Singles Championship action at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. For USC's doubles pair of Farah and Steve Johnson, the duo's run of nonstop tennis came to a close with a three-set loss in the Round of 16 this afternoon. Sanchez and Farah will both have 12 p.m. ET singles matches tomorrow (May 29) for their quarterfinal clashes. [Read More]

NCAA Run Ends For Chan Against Nation's No. 1
ATHENS, Ga. - If it wasn't for Irina Falconi, there's no telling the kind of tournament season Husky junior Venise Chan might have enjoyed, as Falconi defeated Chan in the NCAA Singles Championships Round of 16 this afternoon at Georgia's Dan Magill Tennis Complex, bringing an end to another outstanding season for Chan. In the three major national tournaments on the college tennis calendar, Chan ran into Georgia Tech's Falconi, who stopped her run each time. [Read More]


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