WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Sun Devil duo of Lauryn John-Baptiste and Ilze Hattingh saw their stellar debut season come to a close Saturday in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Doubles Tournament in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Last updated at 01:22 PM PT on 5/22/2018
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Arizona State||7-3||16-8||vs WF|
|California||6-4||11-9||vs TBD||@ 5/28 TBD|
|Washington State||5-5||21-7||vs STAN|
|Washington||5-5||16-11||NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships|
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- The loss ended a successful 2018 season for UCLA women's tennis
- Sophomore Emily Arbuthnott's postseason run came to an end Friday morning at the NCAA Singles Championships, falling 6-2, 6-4 to Vanderbilt's Astra Sharma.
- WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The quest for an NCAA title continued for Lauryn John-Baptiste and Ilze Hattingh and the two Sun Devils combined to take down a duo from N.C. State to advance to the Elite Eight Friday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
- Sophomore Emily Arbuthnott is the lone Cardinal player remaining through the first two days of the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championship.