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Five SEC women's tennis teams advance to Super Regional

9 days ago
SEC Staff
Photo: Sean Taylor

Following this weekend's first and second rounds, five Southeastern Conference women's tennis teams have advanced in the 2022 NCAA championship. The championship continues next weekend with super regionals .

On Friday, May 13 three SEC teams will be in action. No. 13 Auburn will travel to Austin to play Texas at 12 p.m. CT. The Tigers defeated Jackson State, 5-0 and Georgia Tech, 4-3 in first and second round action. Fourteenth seed Georgia will meet Duke in Durham at 5 p.m. ET. The Bulldogs defeated Charleston Southern, 4-0 in the first round and Wake Forest, 4-0 in second round action. The Florida Gators, seeded 16th, will play at 4 p.m. ET in Chapel Hill as the play No. 1 seed North Carolina.

The next day sees an SEC vs SEC match when unseeded Vanderbilt travels to College Station to take on No. 6 seed Texas A&M. In the first round, the Commodores defeated Xavier, 4-0 before taking down No. 10 seed Ohio State in Columbus by a final of 4-2. The Aggies dominated their foes with a first round win of 4-0 against A&M-Corpus Christi and Baylor, 4-1 in the second round.

Overall, SEC women's teams went 7-2 in the first round and 5-2 in the second.

Full results from the opening weekend are below.

First Round
Friday, May 6
Teams Location Result
Alabama vs. UCF Miami L 0-4
Jackson State at Auburn Auburn W 5-0
A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas A&M College Station W 4-0
Saturday, May 7
Teams Location Result
Arkansas vs. UCLA Stillwater L 1-4
South Alabama at Florida Gainesville W 4-0
Charleston Southern at Georgia Athens W 4-0
South Carolina vs. Iowa State Cary, NC W 4-0
Tennessee vs. VCU Raleigh W 4-1
Vanderbilt vs. Xavier Columbus, OH W 4-0
Second Round
Saturday, May 7
Teams Location Result
Georgia Tech at Auburn Auburn W 4-3
Baylor at Texas A&M College Station W 4-1
Sunday, May 8
Teams Location Result
Florida State at Florida Gainesville W 4-1
Wake Forest at Georgia Athens W 4-0
South Carolina at North Carolina Cary, NC L 0-4
Tennessee at NC State Raleigh L 1-4
Vanderbilt at Ohio State Columbus, OH W 4-2