Cardinals Host No 3 Duke and No 17 Wake Forest

first_img No. 14 Meible Chi is 9-2 in singles and has won six of her last eight matches Ellyse Hamlin has a team-high 13 wins, winning eight of her last nine The Blue Devils have three total players ranked in singles (No. 14 Chi, No. 15 Maria Mateas and No. 22 Kelly Chen) The No. 24 doubles team of Hamlin and Kaitlyn McCarthy have a team-best nine wins Head coach Jamie Ashworth’s team is 7-2 against top 25 teams this season The University of Louisville women’s tennis team (10-7, 2-5) hosts a pair of ranked ACC opponents this weekend in No. 3 Duke and No. 17 Wake Forest. The Blue Devils (13-2, 5-1) are up first, traveling to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center Friday, March 22 at 11 a.m. The Demon Deacons (15-3, 5-1) cap the weekend with a 12 p.m. start on Sunday, March 24.  No. 32 Emma Davis is 12-3 in singles, all on court one The Deacons have four players with at least nine singles wins Eliza Omirou has stood out in the middle of the line up, posting 10 wins on court three The No. 28 doubles team of Davis and Chandler Carter are one of the ACC’s premier duos with a 11-4 record Wake has won six of their last seven matchesPrint Friendly Version Senior Sena Suswam posted a singles win over the Deacons last season with a 6-4, 6-2 win on court six. m The Cards nearly pulled off the upset the last time Wake Forest came to town (April 9, 2017), as the Deacons eked a 4-2 victory.  Junior Raven Neely is having a career season with a 13-2 record in singles, boasting a 5-0 record on court three Sophomore Nikolina Jovic is just behind Neely with 11 singles wins Suswan and Neely are 5-2 in doubles, leading the Cardinals Redshirt senior Aleksandra Mally and freshman Diana Wong are 4-1 in doubles on court three UofL is 5-0 this season when winning the doubles pointDuke notes Louisville notes Wake Forest notes Story Links Louisville is coming off a bye week while Duke and Wake Forest faced off last Friday, March 15 in a match that Duke won 7-0. The Cardinals are looking for their first win over both programs since joining the ACC. Head coach Mark Beckham said Duke has “off the chart” levels of talent.last_img

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