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Georgia women's tennis defeats Mercer to open outdoor season

as informed in Tennis Penn men’s, women’s tennis each face brutal non-conference doubleheaders Women to face two Big Ten programsSenior captain Matt Nardella and his doubles partner sophomore Kyle Mautner have found consistent success for the Quakers this year.
The weekend is going to be long and grueling for Penn men’s and women’s tennis.
In the outdoor season opener, Penn men’s and women’s tennis will play two matches this weekend, and they both have tall tasks ahead of them.
Sunday’s loss to Old Dominion was especially dramatic, as Penn fought back to tie the match at 3 before dropping the final singles match.
Last weekend, Penn lost both its matches 4-3 in heartbreaking fashions.

No. 18 Cal women’s tennis set to face Pac-12 rivals

as informed in But the opportunity to play against some of the best teams will bode well for us entering Pac-12 play,” said Cal head coach Amanda Augustus.
18 Cal women’s tennis will have to be up to the challenge if the team wants to continue its recent success against two of its Pac-12 South rivals.
USC ended up winning the last two singles matches, which will certainly give the Trojans confidence entering their matchup against Cal.
After a slightly disappointing performance at the Indoor Championships, Cal will look to bounce back when it takes on No.
Leading the charge for the Bruins were Shibahara and Hart, who won each of their respective singles matches along with their doubles match.

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