Florida State Women's Tennis - 2014 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Tennis - 2014 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Jennifer Hyde, Head Coach
Tami Brown, Director of Operations
Zsuzsanna Fodor, Assistant Coach
Dan Schaefer, Strength and Conditioning

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2013-14 Women's Tennis


2014 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Emily Fanning, Timaru, New Zealand

Majlena Pedersen, Salzgitter, Germany

Duda Santos, Curitiba, Brazil

Daniela Schippers, Guatemala City, Guatemala


2014 Roster - By Name

L
T                            PY
R Name                  Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
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* Daneika Borthwick     So-R *    Cumbria, England (Nelson Thomlinson)
* Kerrie Cartwright     Jr   *    Nassau, Bahamas (Tyler JC)
  Emily Fanning         Fr        Timaru, New Zealand (Te Kura)
* Majlena Pedersen      Fr        Salzgitter, Germany (Gymnasium Martino-Katharineum)
* Laurence Porry        Sr   *    Fort de France, Martinique (State College of Florida)
* Duda Santos           Fr        Curitiba, Brazil (Colegio Dom Bosco)
* Daniela Schippers     Fr        Guatemala City, Guatemala (Laurel Springs)
* Kristina Schleich     Sr   *    Lilenthal, Germany (Gymnasium Lilenthal/Colorado)
* Mia Vriens            Jr   **   Sydney, Australia (Galston)

2014 Schedule and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
09/29
Ref
N
FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
September 27-29, 2013, Greenville, SC
 
10/06
Ref
N
ITA ALL-AMERICAN
September 28-October 6, 2013, Malibu, Ca
 
10/13
Ref
N
BEDFORD CUP
October 11-13, 2013, Gainesville, Fl
 
10/21
Ref
N
ITA SOUTH REG CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 18-21, 2013, Athens, Ga
 
10/27
Ref
N
USTA CLAY COURT INVITATIONAL
October 24-27, 2013, Orlando, Fl
 
01/19
Ref
H
STETSON W 4-2
01/19
Ref
H
ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM W 4-1
01/25
Ref
N
RICE
ITA Kickoff, Austin, Tx
L 3-4
01/26
Ref
N
AUBURN
ITA Kickoff, Austin, Tx
L 1-4
01/31
Ref
H
SOUTH FLORIDA W 5-2
02/08
Ref
H
LOUISIANA STATE W 4-1
02/08
Ref
H
MERCER W 7-0
02/18
Ref
A
FLORIDA L 0-7
02/21
Ref
A
WAKE FOREST W 4-3
02/23
Ref
H
MARYLAND W 7-0
02/28
Ref
H
GEORGIA TECH L 2-5
03/02
Ref
A
BOSTON COLLEGE W 6-1
03/07
Ref
A
SYRACUSE L 3-4
03/09
Ref
A
NOTRE DAME L 1-6
03/22
Ref
A
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 5-2
03/23
Ref
A
DUKE L 0-6
03/30
Ref
H
FLORIDA A&M W 4-0
03/30
Ref
H
NORTH FLORIDA W 4-0
04/04
Ref
A
CLEMSON L 0-7
04/06
Ref
A
NORTH CAROLINA L 0-7
04/11
Ref
H
MIAMI L 1-6
04/13
Ref
H
PITTSBURGH W 5-2
04/13
Ref
H
FLORIDA A&M W 4-1
04/18
Ref
H
VIRGINIA L 0-4
04/20
Ref
H
VIRGINIA TECH W 4-0
04/24
Ref
N
SYRACUSE
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-1
04/25
Ref
N
NORTH CAROLINA
ACC, Cary, NC
L 0-4
05/09
Ref
N
ARIZONA
NCAA, Athens, Ga
W 4-3
05/10
Ref
A
GEORGIA
NCAA
L 0-4
05/26
Ref
N
NCAA SINGLES & DOUBLES
May 22-26, 2014, Athens, Ga
 
                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
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FSU RECORD IS   16-13    11- 3     3- 7     2- 3


2014 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1t NORTH CAROLINA       12- 2    29- 6 
 1t MIAMI                12- 2    21- 6 
 1t VIRGINIA             12- 2    24- 6 
 1t CLEMSON              12- 2    22- 7 
 5  DUKE                 11- 3    27- 5 
 6  GEORGIA TECH          9- 5    14-10 
 7  NOTRE DAME            8- 6    18-10 
 8  FLORIDA STATE         6- 8    16-13 
 9t SYRACUSE              5- 9     5-15 
 9t BOSTON COLLEGE        5- 9    14-10 
11t VIRGINIA TECH         4-10    13-13 
11t MARYLAND              4-10     8-13 
13  WAKE FOREST           3-11    12-13 
14  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  2-12     8-14 
15  PITTSBURGH            0-14     4-15 

2014 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Cary, NC
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
04/23/2014  (13)WAKE FOREST 4, (12)MARYLAND 1                   Round 1
04/23/2014  (10)BOSTON COLLEGE 4, (15)PITTSBURGH 0              Round 1
04/23/2014  (11)VIRGINIA TECH 4, (14)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 3     Round 1
04/24/2014  (8)FLORIDA STATE 4, (9)SYRACUSE 1                   Round 2
04/24/2014  (5)DUKE 4, (13)WAKE FOREST 0                        Round 2
04/24/2014  (7)NOTRE DAME 4, (10)BOSTON COLLEGE 0               Round 2
04/24/2014  (6)GEORGIA TECH 4, (11)VIRGINIA TECH 0              Round 2
04/25/2014  (1)NORTH CAROLINA 4, (8)FLORIDA STATE 0             Round 3
04/25/2014  (5)DUKE 4, (4)CLEMSON 0                             Round 3
04/25/2014  (2)MIAMI 4, (7)NOTRE DAME 2                         Round 3
04/25/2014  (3)VIRGINIA 4, (6)GEORGIA TECH 1                    Round 3
04/26/2014  (5)DUKE 4, (1)NORTH CAROLINA 3                      Round 4
04/26/2014  (3)VIRGINIA 4, (2)MIAMI 0                           Round 4
04/27/2014  (3)VIRGINIA 4, (5)DUKE 2                            Round 5

Individual Results        Highest   vs          3    Fall/Spring
Name                        Rank   Rank  ACC   Sets  Tournaments   1     2     3     4     5     6    NCAA Total
------------------------- ------- ----- ----- -----  ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
Daneika Borthwick             46   3-7   7-6   3-6        5-4     8-7   7-3                                20-14
Kerrie Cartwright            117   4-7   7-7   6-4        8-4     6-5   7-6   2-1                          23-16
Emily Fanning                                  0-1                      1-2                                 1-2
Majlena Pedersen                   0-1   1-6   1-5        3-6                             1-1   1-8         5-15
Laurence Porry                     0-1   1-4   1-3        3-7                       0-2   2-1   2-6         7-16
Duda Santos                        0-2   1-1   3-2        4-6                             0-2   2-1         6-9
Daniela Schippers                  0-3   5-7   3-1                            3-3   6-7         1-1        10-11
Kristina Schleich                  0-2   6-8   2-5        3-6                       2-1   8-8              13-15
Mia Vriens                         0-6   7-8   0-2        3-2                 8-8   5-1                    16-11
Totals                                                   29-35   14-12 15-11 13-12 13-11 11-12  6-16      101-109

Doubles Results Highest vs Tie Fall/Spring Name Rank Rank ACC Break Tournaments 1 2 3 NCAA Total --------------------------------------------- ------- ----- ----- ----- ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright 30 4-6 7-4 1-2 2-4 13-5 0-1 15-10 Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning 0-1 1-1 1-1 Kerrie Cartwright/Majlena Pedersen 0-1 0-1 Kerrie Cartwright/Kristina Schleich 0-1 1-2 1-2 Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry 0-3 1-2 0-4 1-6 Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos 3-3 3-3 3-3 Majlena Pedersen/Kristina Schleich 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 Majlena Pedersen/Mia Vriens 1-0 1-0 Laurence Porry/Duda Santos 0-2 1-2 1-2 Laurence Porry/Kristina Schleich 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 Duda Santos/Daniela Schippers 1-0 0-1 2-0 2-1 Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich 1-0 0-2 2-1 2-3 Daniela Schippers/Kristina Schleich 0-1 1-1 1-1 Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens 1-2 4-2 4-3 3-2 7-5 Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens 1-1 0-1 2-3 2-4 Totals 5-14 14-6 11-10 8-12 0-1 38-43

Daneika Borthwick
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013   46       T  Alex Moreno-Kaste         FURMAN               W   6-4, 6-2               1-0
09/28/2013   46  109  T  Meghan Blevins            SOUTH CAROLINA       W   6-3, 6-1               2-0
09/29/2013   46       T  Sydney Campbell           VANDERBILT             L 7-5, 6-4               2-1
10/01/2013   46   66  T  Stephanie Pham            UTAH                 W   7-5, 5-7, 6-4          3-1
10/01/2013   46   43  T  Yang Pang                 ARKANSAS               L 6-3, 3-6, 7-5          3-2
10/18/2013   46       T  Megan Kurey               GEORGIA TECH           L 6-7(), 6-4, 6-1        3-3
10/24/2013   46       T  Paula Deheza              TEXAS A&M            W   6-2, 6-2               4-3
10/25/2013   46       T  Stefani Stojic            FLORIDA              W   6-1, 6-2               5-3
10/25/2013   46       T  Megan McCray              OKLAHOMA STATE         L 2-6, 7-6(4), 6-2       5-4
01/19/2014            1  Diana Bukajeva            STETSON                L 6-3, 3-6, 1-0(10-8)    5-5   0-1
01/19/2014            1  Rachel Daniell            ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-2, 6-0               6-5   1-1
01/25/2014            1  Natalie Beazant           RICE                   L 2-6, 7-5, 1-0 (10-5)   6-6   1-2
01/26/2014        12  1  Pleun Burgmans            AUBURN               dnf dnf                    6-6   1-2
01/31/2014            1  Kayla Rizzolo             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-0               7-6   2-2
02/08/2014            1  Noel Scott                LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-1, 6-3               8-6   3-2
02/08/2014            1  Danielle Jones            MERCER               W   6-1, 6-0               9-6   4-2
02/18/2014        11  1  Olivia Janowicz           FLORIDA                L 6-1, 6-1               9-7   4-3
02/21/2014            1  Andrea Retolaza           WAKE FOREST          W   6-4, 6-1              10-7   5-3   1-0
02/23/2014            2  Alexandra Stanova         MARYLAND             W   6-3, 6-2              11-7   6-3   2-0
02/28/2014            2  Natasha Prokhnevska       GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 6-3              11-8   6-4   2-1
03/02/2014            2  Katya Vasilyev            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-1, 3-6, 6-3         12-8   7-4   3-1
03/07/2014            2  Amanda Rodgers            SYRACUSE             W   6-3, 6-1              13-8   8-4   4-1
03/09/2014            1  Britney Sanders           NOTRE DAME           W   7-5, 6-4              14-8   9-4   5-1
03/22/2014            1  Joelle Kissell            NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 7-5, 6-2              14-9   9-5   5-2
03/23/2014         6  1  Beatrice Capra            DUKE                   L 6-2, 6-2              14-10  9-6   5-3
03/30/2014            2  Symone Townsend           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0              15-10 10-6
03/30/2014            2  Esther Zuniga             NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1, 6-4              16-10 11-6
04/04/2014        46  1  Yana Koroleva             CLEMSON                L 6-2, 6-1              16-11 11-7   5-4
04/06/2014         7  2  Hayley Carter             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-3              16-12 11-8   5-5
04/11/2014        48  1  Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 6-1, 4-6, 7-6(7-3)    16-13 11-9   5-6
04/13/2014            1  Audrey Ann Blakely        PITTSBURGH           W   6-1, 6-4              17-13 12-9   6-6
04/13/2014            1  Alexis Dean               FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1              18-13 13-9
04/18/2014        33  2  Danielle Collins          VIRGINIA             dnf 6-0, 1-2 dnf          18-13 13-9   6-6
04/20/2014       109  2  Francesca Fusinato        VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 6-3, 3-0 dnf          18-13 13-9   6-6
04/24/2014            2  Amanda Rodgers            SYRACUSE             W   6-3, 6-4              19-13 14-9
04/25/2014        50  2  Carolina Price            NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-3              19-14 14-10
05/09/2014       106  2  Kim Stubbe                ARIZONA              W   7-5, 3-6, 6-2         20-14 15-10
05/10/2014        15  2  Silvia Garcia             GEORGIA              dnf 3-6, 1-4 dnf          20-14 15-10

Kerrie Cartwright
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013        77  T  Katerina Popova           SOUTH CAROLINA       W   6-4, 6-3               1-0
09/28/2013            T  Frances Altick            VANDERBILT           W   6-4, 3-6, 6-1          2-0
09/29/2013            T  Erin Routliffe            ALABAMA                L 6-3, 6-3               2-1
10/11/2013            T  Andrea Crespo             STETSON              W   6-2, 6-1               3-1
10/11/2013            T  Alessandra Bonte          SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 7-6(6)            4-1
10/12/2013            T  Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-1, 6-1               4-2
10/18/2013            T  Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA          L 4-6, 6-2, 6-4          4-3
10/20/2013            T  Cortney Cesarini          CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-0, 6-2               5-3
10/20/2013            T  Chaimaa Roudami           GEORGIA STATE        W   6-1, 6-1               6-3
10/24/2013            T  Alexis Nelson             US TENNIS ASSOC        L 6-1, 6-3               6-4
10/25/2013       123  T  Michaela Bezdickova       NEW MEXICO           W   2-6, 6-2, 1-0(7)       7-4
10/26/2013            T  Ashleigh Antal            VANDERBILT           W   4-6, 6-4, 1-0(3)       8-4
01/19/2014            3  Isabella Fernandez        STETSON                L 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(10-8)    8-5   0-1
01/19/2014            3  Catherine Ragon           ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-0, 6-1               9-5   1-1
01/25/2014            3  Liat Zimmerman            RICE                 W   6-4, 6-3              10-5   2-1
01/26/2014            2  Paula de Man              AUBURN               W   6-1, 6-3              11-5   3-1
01/31/2014            2  Loreto Alonso-Martinez    SOUTH FLORIDA          L 7-6(7-2), 6-4         11-6   3-2
02/08/2014            2  Joana Vale Costa          LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-3, 6-3              12-6   4-2
02/08/2014            2  Lucie Payrat              MERCER               W   6-3, 6-1              13-6   5-2
02/18/2014        29  2  Alexandra Cercone         FLORIDA                L 6-4, 4-6, 1-0 (10-5)  13-7   5-3
02/21/2014            2  Kimmy Guerin              WAKE FOREST          W   6-2, 3-6, 6-2         14-7   6-3   1-0
02/23/2014            1  Kristina Hovsepyan        MARYLAND             W   6-1, 6-0              15-7   7-3   2-0
02/28/2014       124  1  Kendal Woodard            GEORGIA TECH         W   6-2, 7-5              16-7   8-3   3-0
03/02/2014            1  Jessica Wacnik            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-4, 6-3              17-7   9-3   4-0
03/07/2014            1  Maddie Kobelt             SYRACUSE               L 6-1, 6-1              17-8   9-4   4-1
03/09/2014            2  Quinn Gleason             NOTRE DAME             L 2-6, 6-2, 6-1         17-9   9-5   4-2
03/22/2014            2  Rachel James-Baker        NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   5-7, 6-3, 6-3         18-9  10-5   5-2
03/23/2014        24  2  Ester Goldfeld            DUKE                   L 6-3, 6-4              18-10 10-6   5-3
03/30/2014            1  Alexis Dean               FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-0              19-10 11-6
03/30/2014            1  Simona Weymar             NORTH FLORIDA        W   7-5, 6-3              20-10 12-6
04/04/2014        64  2  Romy Koelzer              CLEMSON                L 6-3, 6-0              20-11 12-7   5-4
04/06/2014         1  1  Jaime Loeb                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-1              20-12 12-8   5-5
04/11/2014        54  2  Kelsey Laurente           MIAMI                W   6-4, 7-6(7-3)         21-12 13-8   6-5
04/13/2014            2  Taylor Washington         PITTSBURGH             L 6-0, 7-5              21-13 13-9   6-6
04/13/2014            2  Symone Townsend           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1              22-13 14-9
04/18/2014  117    3  1  Julia Elbaba              VIRGINIA               L 6-2, 6-1              22-14 14-10  6-7
04/20/2014  117   78  1  Ilinca Stoica             VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 3-6, 4-5 dnf          22-14 14-10  6-7
04/24/2014  123       1  Maddie Kobelt             SYRACUSE             W   2-6, 6-3, 6-1         23-14 15-10
04/25/2014  123    1  1  Jaime Loeb                NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 4-6, 3-5 dnf          23-14 15-10
05/09/2014        45  1  Lacey Smyth               ARIZONA                L 6-4, 6-2              23-15 15-11
05/10/2014         6  1  Lauren Herring            GEORGIA                L 6-2, 6-0              23-16 15-12

Emily Fanning
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
01/19/2014            2  Andrea Crespo             STETSON              W   6-4, 7-5               1-0   1-0
01/19/2014            2  Amy Lowther               ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM     L 1-1 ret                1-1   1-1
01/25/2014            2  Dominque Harmath          RICE                   L 2-6, 6-1, 1-0 (10-6)   1-2   1-2

Majlena Pedersen
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Aimee Tarun               IOWA                   L 6-4, 7-5               0-1
09/28/2013            T  Tristen Dewar             CLEMSON                L 6-4, 6-3               0-2
09/29/2013            T  Brittany Lindl            TENNESSEE              L 6-3, 6-3               0-3
10/10/2013            T  Diana Bukajeva            STETSON                L 6-3, 6-2               0-4
10/11/2013            T  Sarah Means               FLORIDA GULF COAST     L 6-4, 7-6(7)            0-5
10/18/2013            T  Liza Klachkin             MERCER               W   6-0, 6-3               1-5
10/19/2013            T  Tarani Kamoe              GEORGIA STATE        W   6-0, 6-1               2-5
10/20/2013            T  Annika Hepp               CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   3-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-2)    3-5
10/24/2013            T  Lizette Blankers          NEW MEXICO             L 6-7(3), 6-2, 6-4       3-6
01/26/2014            6  Jackie Kasler             AUBURN                 L 3-6, 6-1, 1-0(13-11)   3-7   0-1
01/31/2014            6  Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-4, 6-1               3-8   0-2
02/08/2014            5  Haley Powell              MERCER               W   6-3, 6-3               4-8   1-2
02/18/2014        34  5  Kourtney Keegan           FLORIDA                L 6-2, 6-0               4-9   1-3
03/02/2014            6  Heini Salonen             BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-3, 6-2               5-9   2-3   1-0
03/07/2014            6  Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE               L 4-6, 6-3, 6-4          5-10  2-4   1-1
03/09/2014            6  Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME             L 4-6, 6-0, 6-2          5-11  2-5   1-2
03/23/2014            6  Marianne Jodoin           DUKE                   L 6-0, 6-0               5-12  2-6   1-3
04/06/2014            6  Kate Vialle               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-0               5-13  2-7   1-4
04/11/2014            6  Monique Albuquerque       MIAMI                  L 6-4, 6-0               5-14  2-8   1-5
04/13/2014            6  Amanda Wickman            PITTSBURGH             L 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(10-4)    5-15  2-9   1-6
04/13/2014            6  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          dnf dnf                    5-15  2-9

Laurence Porry
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Margaret Boyette          FURMAN                 L 6-1, 6-3               0-1
09/28/2013            T  Carola Pederzani          CLEMSON                L 5-7, 6-2, 7-6()        0-2
09/29/2013            T  Karlee Bryde              FURMAN                 L 6-3, 6-0               0-3
10/10/2013            T  Alexandra Lyubimova       STETSON              W   6-3, 6-0               1-3
10/11/2013            T  Mina Matsuba              BETHUNE-COOKMAN        L 7-5, 6-3               1-4
10/18/2013            T  Lilly Kimbell             GEORGIA                L 6-3, 6-3               1-5
10/20/2013            T  Jana Hueckinghaus         KENNESAW STATE       W   6-3, 6-1               2-5
10/24/2013            T  Natasha Smith             NEW MEXICO           W   6-4, 4-6, 6-2          3-5
10/24/2013            T  Stefania Hristov          TEXAS A&M              L 2-6, 6-2, 6-2          3-6
10/26/2013            T  Erica Oosterhuat          US TENNIS ASSOC        L 6-0, 6-4               3-7
01/19/2014            5  Lindsey Cable             STETSON              W   7-6(9-7), 7-5          4-7   1-0
01/19/2014            5  Elaine Simon              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   dnf 4-6, 0-0 dnf           4-7   1-0
01/26/2014            4  Michala Kucharova         AUBURN                 L 6-2, 6-3               4-8   1-1
01/31/2014            5  Vera Bessanova            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 6-2               5-8   2-1
02/08/2014            5  Abigale Owens             LOUISIANA STATE        L 6-3, 6-4               5-9   2-2
02/18/2014        31  4  Sofie Oyen                FLORIDA                L 6-4, 6-0               5-10  2-3
02/21/2014            6  Xue Zhang                 WAKE FOREST            L 6-4, 6-4               5-11  2-4   0-1
02/28/2014            6  Muriel Wacker             GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 6-1               5-12  2-5   0-2
03/22/2014            6  Elisha Hande              NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 6-2, 6-4               5-13  2-6   0-3
03/30/2014            5  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 3-6 dnf                5-13  2-6
04/04/2014            6  Yuilynn Miao              CLEMSON                L 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (10-2)   5-14  2-7   0-4
04/18/2014            6  Caryssa Peretz            VIRGINIA             dnf 6-2, 1-2 dnf           5-14  2-7   0-4
04/20/2014            6  Carol Kahoun              VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-1, 6-3               6-14  3-7   1-4
04/24/2014            6  Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             W   7-6(), 6-1             7-14  4-7
04/25/2014            6  Tessa Lyons               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-2               7-15  4-8
05/09/2014            6  Laura Oldham              ARIZONA                L 6-4, 6-3               7-16  4-9
05/10/2014            6  Mia King                  GEORGIA              dnf 6-7(6), 0-2 dnf        7-16  4-9

Duda Santos
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2013            T  Eve Repic                 TENNESSEE              L 6-1, 6-1               0-1
09/28/2013            T  Blair Martin              FURMAN               W   6-7(), 6-1, 6-2        1-1
09/29/2013            T  Ani Miao                  CLEMSON              W   default                2-1
10/10/2013            T  Hailey Grillo             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 7-6(6)            3-1
10/11/2013        75  T  Olivia Janowicz           FLORIDA                L 7-5, 6-1               3-2
10/18/2013        84  T  Lina Lileikite            MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1               3-3
10/20/2013            T  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 2-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-6)    3-4
10/24/2013            T  Caroline Eberhart         CENTRAL FLORIDA        L 5-7, 6-1, 6-2          3-5
10/25/2013            T  Beatriz Santos            TEXAS TECH             L 6-4, 6-1               3-6
10/26/2013            T  Maria Alvarez             OKLAHOMA STATE       W   6-4, 5-7, 1-0(5)       4-6
01/19/2014            6  Carolina Meregalli        STETSON              dnf 6-7(5-7), 2-1 dnf      4-6   0-0
01/26/2014            5  Reka Muller               AUBURN                 L 6-2, 6-2               4-7   0-1
02/08/2014            6  Liza Klyachkin            MERCER               W   6-4, 6-1               5-7   1-1
02/18/2014            6  Stefani Stojic            FLORIDA                L 6-3, 6-2               5-8   1-2
02/23/2014            6  Olga Bredikhina           MARYLAND             W   6-3, 3-6, 1-0(10-8)    6-8   2-2   1-0
03/07/2014            5  Maria Avgerinos           SYRACUSE               L 6-2, 7-5               6-9   2-3   1-1
03/30/2014            6  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 4-5 dnf                6-9   2-3
03/30/2014            6  Mariella Calderon         NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 dnf      6-9   2-3

Daniela Schippers
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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01/19/2014            6  Paula Castro              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-1, 6-0               1-0   1-0
01/25/2014            6  Allison Ho                RICE                   L 6-2, 6-2               1-1   1-1
01/26/2014        98  3  Emily Flickinger          AUBURN               dnf dnf                    1-1   1-1
01/31/2014            3  Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-5, 2-6, 1-0(11-9)    2-1   2-1
02/08/2014            3  Gabrielle Otero           LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-4, 6-2               3-1   3-1
02/08/2014            3  Roxy Bartz                MERCER               W   6-1, 6-1               4-1   4-1
02/18/2014        14  3  Brianna Morgan            FLORIDA                L 6-3, 6-0               4-2   4-2
02/21/2014            3  Samantha Asch             WAKE FOREST            L 1-6, 6-4, 6-1          4-3   4-3   0-1
02/23/2014            4  Nataliya Bredikhina       MARYLAND             W   7-5, 2-6, 1-0(10-6)    5-3   5-3   1-1
02/28/2014            4  Megan Kurey               GEORGIA TECH           L 6-3, 7-5               5-4   5-4   1-2
03/02/2014            4  Jennifer Red              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-1, 7-6(7-1)          6-4   6-4   2-2
03/09/2014            3  Jennifer Kellner          NOTRE DAME             L 6-4, 6-3               6-5   6-5   2-3
03/22/2014            4  Natalia Janowicz          NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   2-6, 6-2, 6-4          7-5   7-5   3-3
03/23/2014            4  Rachel Kahan              DUKE                   L 6-3, 6-2               7-6   7-6   3-4
03/30/2014            4  Michelle Valdez           NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 6-3, 4-6 dnf           7-6   7-6
04/04/2014        93  4  Tristen Dewar             CLEMSON                L 7-5, 6-4               7-7   7-7   3-5
04/06/2014            4  Whitney Kay               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-4, 7-5               7-8   7-8   3-6
04/11/2014            4  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-3               7-9   7-9   3-7
04/13/2014            4  Katherine Castro          PITTSBURGH           W   6-1, 6-4               8-9   8-9   4-7
04/13/2014            4  Monet Graves              FLORIDA A&M          dnf dnf                    8-9   8-9
04/18/2014        64  4  Rachel Pierson            VIRGINIA             dnf 6-7(), 0-0 dnf         8-9   8-9   4-7
04/20/2014            4  Raluca Mita               VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-1, 6-1               9-9   9-9   5-7
04/24/2014            4  Valeria Garza             SYRACUSE               L 6-2, 6-4               9-10  9-10
04/25/2014       111  4  Ashley Dai                NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 6-4, 5-1 dnf           9-10  9-10
05/09/2014            4  Akilah James              ARIZONA              W   6-4, 6-2              10-10 10-10
05/10/2014       102  4  Lilly Kimbell             GEORGIA                L 6-1, 6-1              10-11 10-11

Kristina Schleich
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2013            T  Ashleigh Antal            VANDERBILT             L 6-2, 6-1               0-1
09/28/2013            T  Dominika Kankova          SOUTH CAROLINA       W   default, injury        1-1
09/28/2013            T  Brittany Lindl            TENNESSEE              L 7-6(), 6-1             1-2
09/29/2013            T  Annette Dohanics          IOWA                 W   6-4, 6-2               2-2
10/11/2013            T  Candela Munoz             FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1, 6-3               3-2
10/11/2013            T  Fanny Fracassi            SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-3, 6-4               3-3
10/18/2013        37  T  Abigail Tere-Apisah       GEORGIA STATE          L 6-1, 6-3               3-4
10/20/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         KENNESAW STATE         L 3-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-4)    3-5
10/24/2013            T  Renata Kuricova           TULSA                  L 6-4, 5-7, 4-1 ret      3-6
01/19/2014            4  Pardis Kianoush           ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   dnf 6-0, 1-2               3-6   0-0
01/25/2014            5  Kim Anicete               RICE                 W   4-6, 6-2, 1-0 (10-6)   4-6   1-0
02/08/2014            6  Skylar Holloway           LOUISIANA STATE      dnf 6-3, 2-6, 3-1 dnf      4-6   1-0
02/08/2014            4  Natalie Franklin          MERCER               W   6-2, 6-1               5-6   2-0
02/21/2014            5  Kasey Gardiner            WAKE FOREST          W   6-2, 6-2               6-6   3-0   1-0
02/23/2014            5  Olga Gaistruck            MARYLAND             W   6-2, 6-1               7-6   4-0   2-0
02/28/2014            5  Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer      GEORGIA TECH           L 5-7, 6-2, 1-0(16-14)   7-7   4-1   2-1
03/02/2014            5  Emily Safron              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-7(5-7), 6-3, 6-2     8-7   5-1   3-1
03/07/2014            4  Valeria Salazar           SYRACUSE               L 6-2, 1-6, 7-5          8-8   5-2   3-2
03/09/2014            5  Mary Closs                NOTRE DAME             L 6-2, 7-6()             8-9   5-3   3-3
03/22/2014            5  Liza Fieldsend            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-2, 6-2               9-9   6-3   4-3
03/23/2014        94  5  Alyssa Smith              DUKE                   L 7-5, 1-6, 6-0          9-10  6-4   4-4
03/30/2014            4  Monet Graves              FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-0              10-10  7-4
03/30/2014            5  Taylor Hollander          NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 7-6(7-4), 2-1 dnf     10-10  7-4
04/04/2014            5  Jessy Rompies             CLEMSON                L 6-2, 6-2              10-11  7-5   4-5
04/06/2014            5  Ashley Dai                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-4              10-12  7-6   4-6
04/11/2014            5  Melissa Bolivar           MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-0              10-13  7-7   4-7
04/13/2014            5  Molly Wickman             PITTSBURGH           W   6-0, 6-4              11-13  8-7   5-7
04/13/2014            5  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-0              12-13  9-7
04/18/2014            5  Maci Epstein              VIRGINIA               L 6-1, 6-0              12-14  9-8   5-8
04/20/2014            5  Sansitha Nandakumar       VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 6-2, 3-3 dnf          12-14  9-8   5-8
04/24/2014            5  Maria Avgerinos           SYRACUSE             dnf 2-6, 6-4, 3-0 dnf     12-14  9-8
04/25/2014            5  Kate Vialle               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-3              12-15  9-9
05/09/2014            5  Shayne Austin             ARIZONA              W   6-0, 6-1              13-15 10-9
05/10/2014            5  Kate Fuller               GEORGIA              dnf 1-6, 5-4 dnf          13-15 10-9

Mia Vriens
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2013            T  Natalie Looney            SOUTH CAROLINA         L 6-3, 7-6()             0-1
10/18/2013            T  Josephine Haraldson       CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-0, 6-0               1-1
10/18/2013        52  T  Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 4-1, retired           1-2
10/24/2013            T  Emily Oliver              NEW MEXICO           W   6-2, 6-0               2-2
10/26/2013            T  Samantha Czarniak         TEXAS TECH           W   6-2, 6-3               3-2
01/19/2014            4  Eveline Lepinay           STETSON              W   6-0, 6-0               4-2   1-0
01/25/2014            4  Katerine Ip               RICE                 W   7-5, 6-2               5-2   2-0
01/31/2014            4  Fanny Fracassi            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 6-3               6-2   3-0
02/08/2014            4  Ella Taylor               LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-0, 6-1               7-2   4-0
02/21/2014            4  Luisa Fernandez           WAKE FOREST          W   6-0, 6-1               8-2   5-0   1-0
02/23/2014            3  Welma Luus                MARYLAND             W   6-3, 6-0               9-2   6-0   2-0
02/28/2014            3  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH         W   6-3, 6-0              10-2   7-0   3-0
03/02/2014            3  Lexi Borr                 BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-2, retired          10-3   7-1   3-1
03/07/2014            3  Rhiann Newborn            SYRACUSE             W   6-4, 6-2              11-3   8-1   4-1
03/09/2014            4  Monica Robinson           NOTRE DAME             L 7-6(), 6-4            11-4   8-2   4-2
03/22/2014            3  Nicole Martinez           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   7-5, 6-3              12-4   9-2   5-2
03/23/2014        31  3  Hanna Mar                 DUKE                   L 6-3, 6-2              12-5   9-3   5-3
03/30/2014            3  Shantal Blackwood         FLORIDA A&M          dnf 4-5 dnf               12-5   9-3
03/30/2014            3  Marina Cunningham         NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-1              13-5  10-3
04/04/2014       111  3  Beatrice Gumulya          CLEMSON                L 4-6, 5-3 retired      13-6  10-4   5-4
04/06/2014        47  3  Caroline Price            NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-3              13-7  10-5   5-5
04/11/2014            3  Lina Lilekite             MIAMI                  L 6-3, 2-6, 6-2         13-8  10-6   5-6
04/13/2014            3  Lolade Ogungbesan         PITTSBURGH           W   6-3, 6-3              14-8  11-6   6-6
04/13/2014            3  Shantel Blackwood         FLORIDA A&M            L 5-0 retired           14-9  11-7
04/18/2014        50  3  Stephanie Nauta           VIRGINIA               L 5-0, retired          14-10 11-8   6-7
04/20/2014            3  Kelly Williford           VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-0, 6-1              15-10 12-8   7-7
04/24/2014            3  Rhiann Newborn            SYRACUSE             dnf 3-6, 7-6(), 0-1 dnf   15-10 12-8
04/25/2014            3  Whitney Kay               NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 6-0, 5-5 dnf          15-10 12-8
05/09/2014            3  Lauren Marker             ARIZONA              W   6-3, 6-2              16-10 13-8
05/10/2014        20  3  Maho Kowase               GEORGIA                L 6-1, 6-1              16-11 13-9


Daneika Borthwick
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2013        16  T  Kerrie Cartwright         Mary Anne Daines/Erin Routliffe          ALABAMA              W   8-7                    1-0
09/27/2013        56  T  Kerrie Cartwright         Joanna Hendersen/Caitlyn Williams        TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-1
09/28/2013            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Courtney Colton/Lauren Mira              VANDERBILT             L 8-6                    1-2
10/18/2013            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Giulietta Boha/Carlotta Orlando          FL INTERNATIONAL     W   8-6                    2-2
10/19/2013        27  T  Kerrie Cartwright         Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                  L 8-6                    2-3
10/25/2013            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Michaela Bezdickova/Lizette Blankers     NEW MEXICO             L 8-3                    2-4
01/19/2014            1  Emily Fanning             Diana Bukajeva/Isabella Fernandez        STETSON              W   6-1                    3-4   1-0
01/19/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Rachel Daniell/Elaine Simon              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-3                    4-4   2-0
01/25/2014            1  Emily Fanning             Natalie Beazant/Dominique Harmath        RICE                 dnf 2-5 dnf                4-4   2-0
01/26/2014        17  1  Emily Fanning             Pleun Burgmans/Emily Flickinger          AUBURN                 L 6-3                    4-5   2-1
01/31/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Loreto Alonso-Matinez/Kayla Rizzolo      SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-6(8-6)               5-5   3-1
02/08/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Danielle Jones/Lucie Payrat              MERCER               dnf dnf                    5-5   3-1
02/18/2014        14  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Sofie Oyen/Belinda Woolcock              FLORIDA              dnf 3-6 dnf                5-5   3-1
02/21/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Kasey Gardiner/Xue Zhang                 WAKE FOREST            L 8-7(8-6)               5-6   3-2   0-1
02/23/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Kristina Hovsepyan/Welma Luus            MARYLAND             W   8-1                    6-6   4-2   1-1
02/28/2014         3  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard               GEORGIA TECH           L 8-2                    6-7   4-3   1-2
03/02/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik                 BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-0                    7-7   5-3   2-2
03/07/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Maddie Kobelt/Valeria Salazar            SYRACUSE               L 8-5                    7-8   5-4   2-3
03/09/2014        23  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Quinn Gleason/Britney Sanders            NOTRE DAME             L 8-6                    7-9   5-5   2-4
03/22/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Jolle Kissell/Sophie Nelson              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                    8-9   6-5   3-4
03/30/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-2                    9-9   7-5
03/30/2014            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Rebeca Pereira/Simona Weymar             NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-5                   10-9   8-5
04/04/2014        26  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Beatrice Gumulya/Yana Koroleva           CLEMSON              W   8-5                   11-9   9-5   4-4
04/06/2014         3  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Hayley Carter/Jamie Loeb                 NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 4-4 dnf               11-9   9-5   4-4
04/11/2014   77       1  Kerrie Cartwright         Kelsey Laurente/Clementina Riobueno      MIAMI                dnf 3-3 dnf               11-9   9-5   4-4
04/13/2014   77       1  Kerrie Cartwright         Audrey Ann Blakely/Taylor Washington     PITTSBURGH           W   8-3                   12-9  10-5   5-4
04/13/2014   77       1  Kerrie Cartwright         Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-1                   13-9  11-5
04/18/2014   58   11  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Julia Elbaba/Rachel Pierson              VIRGINIA             W   8-5                   14-9  12-5   6-4
04/20/2014   58       1  Kerrie Cartwright         Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford            VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 7-6 dnf               14-9  12-5   6-4
04/24/2014   44   45  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Valeria Garza/Maddie Kobelt              SYRACUSE             W   8-6                   15-9  13-5
04/25/2014   44   10  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Whitney Kay/Carolina Price               NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 5-6 dnf               15-9  13-5
05/09/2014   30       1  Kerrie Cartwright         Shayne Austin/Lacey Smyth                ARIZONA              W   8-2                   16-9  14-5
05/10/2014   30    2  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Lauren Herring/Maho Kowase               GEORGIA                L 8-1                   16-10 14-6
05/22/2014   30   78  N  Kerrie Cartwright         Michaela Capannolo/Yuki Chiang           PEPPERDINE             L 1-6, 6-4, 6-2         16-11

Kerrie Cartwright
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013        16  T  Daneika Borthwick         Mary Anne Daines/Erin Routliffe          ALABAMA              W   8-7                    1-0
09/27/2013        56  T  Daneika Borthwick         Joanna Hendersen/Caitlyn Williams        TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-1
09/28/2013            T  Daneika Borthwick         Courtney Colton/Lauren Mira              VANDERBILT             L 8-6                    1-2
10/11/2013            T  Majlena Pedersen          Andrea Crespo/Maya Stauffer-MacDowell    STETSON                L 8-6                    1-3
10/18/2013            T  Daneika Borthwick         Giulietta Boha/Carlotta Orlando          FL INTERNATIONAL     W   8-6                    2-3
10/19/2013        27  T  Daneika Borthwick         Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                  L 8-6                    2-4
10/25/2013            T  Daneika Borthwick         Michaela Bezdickova/Lizette Blankers     NEW MEXICO             L 8-3                    2-5
01/19/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         MayaBlue StaufferMacDowell/Andrea Crespo STETSON              W   6-2                    3-5   1-0
01/19/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Rachel Daniell/Elaine Simon              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-3                    4-5   2-0
01/25/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Katerine Ip/Liat Zimmermann              RICE                   L 6-4                    4-6   2-1
01/26/2014        60  2  Kristina Schleich         Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller            AUBURN                 L 6-3                    4-7   2-2
01/31/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Loreto Alonso-Matinez/Kayla Rizzolo      SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-6(8-6)               5-7   3-2
02/08/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Danielle Jones/Lucie Payrat              MERCER               dnf dnf                    5-7   3-2
02/18/2014        14  1  Daneika Borthwick         Sofie Oyen/Belinda Woolcock              FLORIDA              dnf 3-6 dnf                5-7   3-2
02/21/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Kasey Gardiner/Xue Zhang                 WAKE FOREST            L 8-7(8-6)               5-8   3-3   0-1
02/23/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Kristina Hovsepyan/Welma Luus            MARYLAND             W   8-1                    6-8   4-3   1-1
02/28/2014         3  1  Daneika Borthwick         Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard               GEORGIA TECH           L 8-2                    6-9   4-4   1-2
03/02/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik                 BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-0                    7-9   5-4   2-2
03/07/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Maddie Kobelt/Valeria Salazar            SYRACUSE               L 8-5                    7-10  5-5   2-3
03/09/2014        23  1  Daneika Borthwick         Quinn Gleason/Britney Sanders            NOTRE DAME             L 8-6                    7-11  5-6   2-4
03/22/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Jolle Kissell/Sophie Nelson              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                    8-11  6-6   3-4
03/30/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-2                    9-11  7-6
03/30/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Rebeca Pereira/Simona Weymar             NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-5                   10-11  8-6
04/04/2014        26  1  Daneika Borthwick         Beatrice Gumulya/Yana Koroleva           CLEMSON              W   8-5                   11-11  9-6   4-4
04/06/2014         3  1  Daneika Borthwick         Hayley Carter/Jamie Loeb                 NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 4-4 dnf               11-11  9-6   4-4
04/11/2014   77       1  Daneika Borthwick         Kelsey Laurente/Clementina Riobueno      MIAMI                dnf 3-3 dnf               11-11  9-6   4-4
04/13/2014   77       1  Daneika Borthwick         Audrey Ann Blakely/Taylor Washington     PITTSBURGH           W   8-3                   12-11 10-6   5-4
04/13/2014   77       1  Daneika Borthwick         Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-1                   13-11 11-6
04/18/2014   58   11  1  Daneika Borthwick         Julia Elbaba/Rachel Pierson              VIRGINIA             W   8-5                   14-11 12-6   6-4
04/20/2014   58       1  Daneika Borthwick         Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford            VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 7-6 dnf               14-11 12-6   6-4
04/24/2014   44   45  1  Daneika Borthwick         Valeria Garza/Maddie Kobelt              SYRACUSE             W   8-6                   15-11 13-6
04/25/2014   44   10  1  Daneika Borthwick         Whitney Kay/Carolina Price               NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 5-6 dnf               15-11 13-6
05/09/2014   30       1  Daneika Borthwick         Shayne Austin/Lacey Smyth                ARIZONA              W   8-2                   16-11 14-6
05/10/2014   30    2  1  Daneika Borthwick         Lauren Herring/Maho Kowase               GEORGIA                L 8-1                   16-12 14-7
05/22/2014   30   78  N  Daneika Borthwick         Michaela Capannolo/Yuki Chiang           PEPPERDINE             L 1-6, 6-4, 6-2         16-13

Emily Fanning
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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01/19/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Diana Bukajeva/Isabella Fernandez        STETSON              W   6-1                    1-0   1-0
01/25/2014            1  Daneika Borthwick         Natalie Beazant/Dominique Harmath        RICE                 dnf 2-5 dnf                1-0   1-0
01/26/2014        17  1  Daneika Borthwick         Pleun Burgmans/Emily Flickinger          AUBURN                 L 6-3                    1-1   1-1

Majlena Pedersen
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Ellen Silver/Aimee Tarun                 IOWA                 W   8-7                    1-0
09/27/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Frances Altick/Marie Casares             VANDERBILT             L 8-1                    1-1
09/28/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Laurence Guevremont/Eve Repic            TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-2
10/11/2013            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Andrea Crespo/Maya Stauffer-MacDowell    STETSON                L 8-6                    1-3
10/18/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Olivia Janowicz/Stephanie Stojic         FLORIDA                L 8-3                    1-4
01/31/2014            3  Laurence Porry            Vera Bessanova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-0                    1-5   0-1
02/08/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Roxy Bartz/Haley Powell                  MERCER               W   6-1                    2-5   1-1
02/21/2014            3  Laurence Porry            Karen Foreman/Andrea Retolaza            WAKE FOREST            L 8-3                    2-6   1-2   0-1
02/23/2014            3  Duda Santos               Nataliya Bredikhina/Olga Bredikhina      MARYLAND             dnf 6-6 dnf                2-6   1-2   0-1
02/28/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Rasheeda McAdoo     GEORGIA TECH           L 8-4                    2-7   1-3   0-2
03/02/2014            3  Duda Santos               Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev              BOSTON COLLEGE       dnf dnf                    2-7   1-3   0-2
03/07/2014            2  Duda Santos               Maria Avgerinos/Rhiann Newborn           SYRACUSE             W   8-6                    3-7   2-3   1-2
03/09/2014            2  Duda Santos               Jennifer Kellner/Julie Sabacinski        NOTRE DAME             L 8-5                    3-8   2-4   1-3
03/22/2014            2  Duda Santos               Elisha Hande/Nicole Martinez             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-1                    4-8   3-4   2-3
03/30/2014            2  Duda Santos               Shantel Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          dnf 5-3 dnf                4-8   3-4
03/30/2014            2  Duda Santos               Marina Cunningham/Taylor Hollander       NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 4-7 dnf                4-8   3-4
04/04/2014            3  Laurence Porry            Yuilynn Miao/Jessy Rompies               CLEMSON                L 8-0                    4-9   3-5   2-4
04/06/2014            3  Laurence Porry            Ashley Dai/Tessa Lyons                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    4-10  3-6   2-5
04/11/2014            2  Duda Santos               Monique Albuquerque/Melissa Bolivar      MIAMI                  L 8-2                    4-11  3-7   2-6
04/13/2014            2  Duda Santos               Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          W   8-1                    5-11  4-7
04/18/2014            2  Duda Santos               Stephanie Nauta/Li Xi                    VIRGINIA               L 8-2                    5-12  4-8   2-7

Laurence Porry
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Majlena Pedersen          Ellen Silver/Aimee Tarun                 IOWA                 W   8-7                    1-0
09/27/2013            T  Majlena Pedersen          Frances Altick/Marie Casares             VANDERBILT             L 8-1                    1-1
09/28/2013            T  Majlena Pedersen          Laurence Guevremont/Eve Repic            TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-2
10/10/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Mariella Calderon/Taylor Hollander       NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-0                    2-2
10/11/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Loreto Alonso-Martinez/Kayla Rizzolo     SOUTH FLORIDA          L 8-7(2)                 2-3
10/18/2013        26  T  Duda Santos               Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard               GEORGIA TECH           L 8-3                    2-4
10/24/2013            T  Duda Santos               Cortney Cesarini/Courtney Griffith       CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-5                    3-4
10/26/2013         8  T  Duda Santos               Stefania Hristov/Cristina Stancu         TEXAS A&M              L 8-1                    3-5
01/19/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Pardis Kianoush/Catherine Ragon          ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   dnf 5-2 dnf                3-5   0-0
01/31/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Vera Bessanova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-0                    3-6   0-1
02/18/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Olivia Janowicz/Stefani Stojic           FLORIDA                L 8-1                    3-7   0-2
02/21/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Karen Foreman/Andrea Retolaza            WAKE FOREST            L 8-3                    3-8   0-3   0-1
04/04/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Yuilynn Miao/Jessy Rompies               CLEMSON                L 8-0                    3-9   0-4   0-2
04/06/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Ashley Dai/Tessa Lyons                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    3-10  0-5   0-3

Duda Santos
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Meghan Blevins/Elixane Lechemia          SOUTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    0-1
09/27/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Karlee Bryde/Blair Martin                FURMAN                 L 8-5                    0-2
10/18/2013        26  T  Laurence Porry            Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard               GEORGIA TECH           L 8-3                    0-3
10/24/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Cortney Cesarini/Courtney Griffith       CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-5                    1-3
10/26/2013         8  T  Laurence Porry            Stefania Hristov/Cristina Stancu         TEXAS A&M              L 8-1                    1-4
01/19/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Paula Castro/Amy Lowther                 ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-1                    2-4   1-0
02/23/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Nataliya Bredikhina/Olga Bredikhina      MARYLAND             dnf 6-6 dnf                2-4   1-0   0-0
03/02/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev              BOSTON COLLEGE       dnf dnf                    2-4   1-0   0-0
03/07/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Maria Avgerinos/Rhiann Newborn           SYRACUSE             W   8-6                    3-4   2-0   1-0
03/09/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Jennifer Kellner/Julie Sabacinski        NOTRE DAME             L 8-5                    3-5   2-1   1-1
03/22/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Elisha Hande/Nicole Martinez             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-1                    4-5   3-1   2-1
03/30/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Shantel Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          dnf 5-3 dnf                4-5   3-1
03/30/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Marina Cunningham/Taylor Hollander       NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 4-7 dnf                4-5   3-1
04/11/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Monique Albuquerque/Melissa Bolivar      MIAMI                  L 8-2                    4-6   3-2   2-2
04/13/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Katherine Castro/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-5                    5-6   4-2   3-2
04/13/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          W   8-1                    6-6   5-2
04/18/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Stephanie Nauta/Li Xi                    VIRGINIA               L 8-2                    6-7   5-3   3-3
04/20/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Carol Kahoun/Raluca Mita                 VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-3                    7-7   6-3   4-3
04/24/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Olivia Messineo/Rhiann Newborn           SYRACUSE             W   8-4                    8-7   7-3
04/25/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Jamie Loeb/Tessa Lyons                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-4                    8-8   7-4
05/09/2014            2  Daniela Schippers         Lauren Marker/Kim Stubbe                 ARIZONA                L 8-5                    8-9   7-5
05/10/2014        19  2  Daniela Schippers         Kate Fuller/Silvia Garcia                GEORGIA              dnf 2-7 dnf                8-9   7-5

Daniela Schippers
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
01/19/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Lindsey Cable/Eveline Lepinay            STETSON              dnf 5-2                    0-0   0-0
01/19/2014            3  Duda Santos               Paula Castro/Amy Lowther                 ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   6-1                    1-0   1-0
01/25/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Allison Ho/Solomiya Zinko                RICE                   L 6-4                    1-1   1-1
01/26/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Jackie Kasler/Jen Pfeifler               AUBURN               W   6-3                    2-1   2-1
01/31/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Fanny Fracassi/Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-0                    3-1   3-1
02/08/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Natalie Franklin/Liza Klyachkin          MERCER               W   6-1                    4-1   4-1
02/18/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Kourtney Keegan/Brianna Morgan           FLORIDA                L 8-1                    4-2   4-2
02/21/2014        50  2  Mia Vriens                Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez            WAKE FOREST          W   8-6                    5-2   5-2   1-0
02/23/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Olivia Gaudreault/Alexandra Stanova      MARYLAND             W   8-5                    6-2   6-2   2-0
02/28/2014        49  2  Mia Vriens                Natasha Prokhnevska/Muriel Wacker        GEORGIA TECH         dnf 7-5 dnf                6-2   6-2   2-0
03/02/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Heini Salonen/Wan-Yi Sweeting            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-2                    7-2   7-2   3-0
03/30/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Mariella Calderon/Esther Zuniga          NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-2                    8-2   8-2
04/04/2014        78  2  Mia Vriens                Tristen Dewar/Romy Koelzer               CLEMSON                L 8-4                    8-3   8-3   3-1
04/06/2014        11  2  Mia Vriens                Whitney Kay/Caroline Price               NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    8-4   8-4   3-2
04/13/2014            3  Duda Santos               Katherine Castro/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-5                    9-4   9-4   4-2
04/13/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          dnf dnf                    9-4   9-4
04/18/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Danielle Collins/Maci Epstein            VIRGINIA               L 8-5                    9-5   9-5   4-3
04/20/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Francesca Fusinato/Sansitha Nandakumar   VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-5                   10-5  10-5   5-3
04/24/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             dnf 6-5 dnf               10-5  10-5
04/25/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-4                   10-6  10-6
05/09/2014            2  Duda Santos               Lauren Marker/Kim Stubbe                 ARIZONA                L 8-5                   10-7  10-7
05/10/2014        19  2  Duda Santos               Kate Fuller/Silvia Garcia                GEORGIA              dnf 2-7 dnf               10-7  10-7

Kristina Schleich
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2013            T  Duda Santos               Meghan Blevins/Elixane Lechemia          SOUTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    0-1
09/27/2013            T  Duda Santos               Karlee Bryde/Blair Martin                FURMAN                 L 8-5                    0-2
09/28/2013            T  Mia Vriens                Brigit Folland/Ximena Siles              SOUTH CAROLINA         L 9-7                    0-3
10/10/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Mariella Calderon/Taylor Hollander       NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-0                    1-3
10/11/2013            T  Laurence Porry            Loreto Alonso-Martinez/Kayla Rizzolo     SOUTH FLORIDA          L 8-7(2)                 1-4
10/18/2013            T  Majlena Pedersen          Olivia Janowicz/Stephanie Stojic         FLORIDA                L 8-3                    1-5
01/19/2014            2  Kerrie Cartwright         MayaBlue StaufferMacDowell/Andrea Crespo STETSON              W   6-2                    2-5   1-0
01/19/2014            2  Laurence Porry            Pardis Kianoush/Catherine Ragon          ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   dnf 5-2 dnf                2-5   1-0
01/25/2014            2  Kerrie Cartwright         Katerine Ip/Liat Zimmermann              RICE                   L 6-4                    2-6   1-1
01/26/2014        60  2  Kerrie Cartwright         Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller            AUBURN                 L 6-3                    2-7   1-2
02/08/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Natalie Franklin/Liza Klyachkin          MERCER               W   6-1                    3-7   2-2
02/18/2014            3  Laurence Porry            Olivia Janowicz/Stefani Stojic           FLORIDA                L 8-1                    3-8   2-3
02/28/2014            3  Majlena Pedersen          Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Rasheeda McAdoo     GEORGIA TECH           L 8-4                    3-9   2-4   0-1
03/07/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             W   8-6                    4-9   3-4   1-1
03/09/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Jane Fennelly/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME           dnf 6-5 dnf                4-9   3-4   1-1
03/22/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Liza Fieldsend/Rachael James-Baker       NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 6-4                    4-9   3-4   1-1
03/30/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          W   8-0                    5-9   4-4
04/11/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Lina Lilekite/Stephanie Wagner           MIAMI                  L 8-0                    5-10  4-5   1-2
04/13/2014            2  Mia Vriens                Jocelyn Lu/Lolade Ogungbesan             PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-6 dnf                5-10  4-5   1-2
04/13/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          dnf dnf                    5-10  4-5
04/18/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Danielle Collins/Maci Epstein            VIRGINIA               L 8-5                    5-11  4-6   1-3
04/20/2014            2  Duda Santos               Carol Kahoun/Raluca Mita                 VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-3                    6-11  5-6   2-3
04/24/2014            2  Duda Santos               Olivia Messineo/Rhiann Newborn           SYRACUSE             W   8-4                    7-11  6-6
04/25/2014            2  Duda Santos               Jamie Loeb/Tessa Lyons                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-4                    7-12  6-7
05/09/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Akilah James/Susan McRann                ARIZONA                L 8-5                    7-13  6-8
05/10/2014            3  Mia Vriens                Caroline Brinson/Lilly Kimbell           GEORGIA                L 8-3                    7-14  6-9

Mia Vriens
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/28/2013            T  Kristina Schleich         Brigit Folland/Ximena Siles              SOUTH CAROLINA         L 9-7                    0-1
01/19/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Lindsey Cable/Eveline Lepinay            STETSON              dnf 5-2                    0-1   0-0
01/25/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Allison Ho/Solomiya Zinko                RICE                   L 6-4                    0-2   0-1
01/26/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Jackie Kasler/Jen Pfeifler               AUBURN               W   6-3                    1-2   1-1
01/31/2014            2  Daniela Schippers         Fanny Fracassi/Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-0                    2-2   2-1
02/08/2014            2  Majlena Pedersen          Roxy Bartz/Haley Powell                  MERCER               W   6-1                    3-2   3-1
02/18/2014            2  Daniela Schippers         Kourtney Keegan/Brianna Morgan           FLORIDA                L 8-1                    3-3   3-2
02/21/2014        50  2  Daniela Schippers         Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez            WAKE FOREST          W   8-6                    4-3   4-2   1-0
02/23/2014            2  Daniela Schippers         Olivia Gaudreault/Alexandra Stanova      MARYLAND             W   8-5                    5-3   5-2   2-0
02/28/2014        49  2  Daniela Schippers         Natasha Prokhnevska/Muriel Wacker        GEORGIA TECH         dnf 7-5 dnf                5-3   5-2   2-0
03/02/2014            2  Daniela Schippers         Heini Salonen/Wan-Yi Sweeting            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-2                    6-3   6-2   3-0
03/07/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             W   8-6                    7-3   7-2   4-0
03/09/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Jane Fennelly/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME           dnf 6-5 dnf                7-3   7-2   4-0
03/22/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Liza Fieldsend/Rachael James-Baker       NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 6-4                    7-3   7-2   4-0
03/30/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          W   8-0                    8-3   8-2
03/30/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Mariella Calderon/Esther Zuniga          NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-2                    9-3   9-2
04/04/2014        78  2  Daniela Schippers         Tristen Dewar/Romy Koelzer               CLEMSON                L 8-4                    9-4   9-3   4-1
04/06/2014        11  2  Daniela Schippers         Whitney Kay/Caroline Price               NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-1                    9-5   9-4   4-2
04/11/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Lina Lilekite/Stephanie Wagner           MIAMI                  L 8-0                    9-6   9-5   4-3
04/13/2014            2  Kristina Schleich         Jocelyn Lu/Lolade Ogungbesan             PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-6 dnf                9-6   9-5   4-3
04/20/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Francesca Fusinato/Sansitha Nandakumar   VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-5                   10-6  10-5   5-3
04/24/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             dnf 6-5 dnf               10-6  10-5
04/25/2014            3  Daniela Schippers         Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle                   NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-4                   10-7  10-6
05/09/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Akilah James/Susan McRann                ARIZONA                L 8-5                   10-8  10-7
05/10/2014            3  Kristina Schleich         Caroline Brinson/Lilly Kimbell           GEORGIA                L 8-3                   10-9  10-8


FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
09/29/2013, September 27-29, 2013, Greenville, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Doubles Upset Highlights Day One of Furman Fall Classic.

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright defeated the 16th-ranked doubles duo in the nation as the Seminoles captured four wins on day one.

Sept. 27, 2013

GREENVILLE, SC – Juniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright debuted their 2013-14 season with an upset over the 16th-ranked doubles duo of Mary Anne Daines and Erin Routliffe of Alabama at the Furman Fall Classic.

Borthwick and Cartwright won their opening match in flight one, 8-7, before falling to (No. 56) Joanna Hendersen and Caitlyn Williams of Tennessee, 8-6.

The pair will play in the third place match at 9 a.m. on Saturday against the sixth-ranked team of Courtney Colton and Lauren Mira from Vanderbilt.

Also starting off with a doubles win were senior Laurence Porry and Majlena Pedersen in flight three over Aimee Tarum and Emily Silver of Iowa, 8-7.

Porry and Pedersen fell in their second match against Fraces Atlick and Marie Casera, 8-1. The duo will place for third place in the bracket against Laurence Guevremont and Eve Repic of Tennessee.

“It was great to start the day off with doubles wins,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We’re excited to get back out there tomorrow for day two so we can continue improving.”

In singles, (No. 46) Borthwick won her first match in flight one over Alex Moreno-Kaste of Furman, 6-4, 6-2. Borthwick will match up against (No. 109) Meghan Belvins at 1 p.m on Saturday in the second round.

Cartwright was victorious in her match over a ranked opponent in (No. 77) Katerina Popova of South Carolina, 6-4, 6-3. With the win, Cartwright moves on to face Atlick of Vanderbilt in the second round.

“We had some great progress today,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We realized a few things that we can improve upon on both an individual and team basis.”


Borthwick, Cartwright Set for Singles Finals on Sunday.

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright will play in the finals of flights one and two at the Furman Fall Classic on Sunday.

Sept. 28, 2013

GREENVILLE, SC - After picking up their second singles victories of the tournament on Saturday, juniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright will play in the finals of their respective flights at the Furman Fall Classic, Sunday at 9 a.m. at the Mickel Tennis Center.

"It's excellent to have Daneika and Kerrie in the finals of the first and second flights," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They both played some very solid tennis today against two very good players."

In flight one, (No.46) Borthwick defeated her second ranked opponent of the weekend in (No.109) Meghan Blevins of South Carolina by a score of 6-3, 6-1. The Cumbria, England native will finish the tournament by taking on Sydney Campbell of Vanderbilt.

"Daneika was as steady and aggressive as I've ever seen today," Hyde said. "She was a dominant force out there and played a very mature match."

After defeating the highest ranked opponent of her career on Friday, Cartwright rallied to a three-set win (6-4, 3-6, 6-1) over Frances Atlick of Vanderbilt in flight two. Cartwright will face Erin Routliffe of Alabama in the championship match of the bracket on Sunday.

"Kerrie had a lengthy, three-set match against an opponent who made very few errors," Hyde said. "But, she battled with a great mix of poise, aggression and consistency."

In flight four, Eduarda Santos picked up her first win as a Seminole as the rookie outlasted Blair Martin of Furman in three sets, 6-7. 6-1, 6-2. She will play for fifth place in the bracket against Ani Miao of Clemson.

Doubles play concluded on Saturday with Borthwick and Cartwright taking fourth place in flight one, while Mejlena Pedersen and Laurence Porry were fourth in flight three.


Seminoles Close Out the Furman Fall Classic.

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright grabbed two wins each while earning spots in the finals of their flights at the Furman Fall Classic.

Sept. 29, 2013

GREENVILLE, SC - The Florida State women's tennis team finished its first fall tournament of the 2013-14 season with two players advancing in to the finals of flights one and two singles at the Furman Fall Classic.

The three-day event at the Mickel Tennis Center came to a close on Sunday with (No.46) Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright competing for bracket championships.

"Kerrie and Daneika had an excellent run in the tournament," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They competed their hearts out to get to the finals of their draws and in doubles, they started out beating the 16th-ranked Alabama team to lose in an epic battle against the sixth-ranked Vanderbilt team."

Borthwick played in the finals of flight one against Sydney Campbell of Vanderbilt, however Borthwick fell in a tight 7-5, 6-4 decision.

"Daneika was going head-to-head with her opponent," Hyde said. "She was attacking and pressuring the ball to play through the cracks of the opponent's weaknesses, only to lose 7-5, 6-4 in a two-hour, intense pressure match."

After playing a record of 2-1 in singles this weekend, the Cumbria, England native will travel cross-country to compete in the qualifying rounds of the Riviera/ITA-All American in Pacific Palisades, Calif. which are held on Oct. 1-2 at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

In flight two, Erin Routliffe defeated Cartwright, 6-3, 6-3. Cartwright was also 2-1 on the weekend in singles, picking a win over a ranked opponent.

"Kerrie worked really hard," Hyde said. "She made the right plays to put herself into a position to win. She had a few chances in the second set, but the opponent really stepped up her game to close out the match."

Kristina Schleich earned a win in flight three on Sunday, defeating Annette Dohanics of Iowa, 6-4, 6-2 for sixth place in the bracket.

"Overall, this being the first tournament of the year, they really put everything out there," Hyde said. "They implemented a lot of the things we've been working on and I could not be more proud of them."


09/27/2013
Doubles
Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #16 Mary Anne Daines/Erin Routliffe (UAl) 8-7
Meghan Blevins/Elixane Lechemia (SC) d. Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-1
Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Ellen Silver/Aimee Tarun (UIa) 8-7
#56 Joanna Hendersen/Caitlyn Williams (UTn) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
Karlee Bryde/Blair Martin (FU) d. Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-5
Frances Altick/Marie Casares (VU) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 8-1
Singles
#46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Alex Moreno-Kaste (FU) 6-4, 6-2
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #77 Katerina Popova (SC) 6-4, 6-3
Aimee Tarun (UIa) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-4, 7-5
Eve Repic (UTn) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
Margaret Boyette (FU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
Natalie Looney (SC) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-3, 7-6()
Ashleigh Antal (VU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 6-1

09/28/2013
Doubles
Courtney Colton/Lauren Mira (VU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
Brigit Folland/Ximena Siles (SC) d. Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) 9-7
Laurence Guevremont/Eve Repic (UTn) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 8-6
Singles
#46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #109 Meghan Blevins (SC) 6-3, 6-1
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Frances Altick (VU) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1
Tristen Dewar (CU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Dominika Kankova (SC) default, injury
Brittany Lindl (UTn) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 7-6(), 6-1
Duda Santos (FSU) d. Blair Martin (FU) 6-7(), 6-1, 6-2
Carola Pederzani (CU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 5-7, 6-2, 7-6()

09/29/2013
Singles
Sydney Campbell (VU) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 7-5, 6-4
Erin Routliffe (UAl) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Annette Dohanics (UIa) 6-4, 6-2
Duda Santos (FSU) d. Ani Miao (CU) default
Brittany Lindl (UTn) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
Karlee Bryde (FU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-3, 6-0


ITA ALL-AMERICAN
10/06/2013, September 28-October 6, 2013, Malibu, Ca

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Borthwick Splits at Riviera/ITA All-American Championships.

Daneika Borthwick went 1-1 in singles in the qualifying draw of the Riviera/ITA- All-American Championships.

WESTWOOD, CA - Junior Daneika Borthwick posted a 1-1 record in singles in the qualifying draw of the Riviera/ITA-All-American Championships held at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. The No.46-ranked Borthwick endured a pair of three-set matches on Tuesday against two ranked opponents.

In the first round, the Cumbria, England native outlasted (No.66) Stephanie Pham of Utah, 7-5, 5-7, 6-4 in order to advance into the second round. With little rest between battles, Borthwick was then eliminated by (No.43) Yang Pang of Arkansas 6-3, 3-6, 7-5.

"Back-to-back matches are always tough," Borthwick said, "Especially in such a high level tournament where all matches can be really tight and long. I thought I performed well and definitely saw some improvements in my game already this semester."

Borthwick played five singles matches in five days, posting a 3-2 record overall. Prior to her matches in California, Borthwick competed in the Furman Fall Classic where she reached the finals of flight one behind a pair of victories.

In addition to singles play, Borthwick teamed up with Kerrie Cartwright to play in flight one doubles, where the duo opened the season with an upset of the 16th-ranked pair of Mary Ann Daines and Erin Routliffe.

"I've been working hard with my coaches on my game and mentality," Borthwick said. "I think it's a great starting point. I'm happy with the way the fall has begun and hopefully I can get some more good results at our upcoming tournaments."


10/01/2013
Singles
#46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #66 Stephanie Pham (UU) 7-5, 5-7, 6-4
#43 Yang Pang (UAr) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-3, 3-6, 7-5


BEDFORD CUP
10/13/2013, October 11-13, 2013, Gainesville, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Starts Off Strong at Bedford Cup.

The Seminoles won three matches on the first day of the Bedford Cup in Gainesville, Fla.

Oct. 10, 2013

GAINESVILLE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team notched 3-of-4 wins in both singles and doubles play at the Bedford Cup on Thursday. The four-day event is held at the Ring Tennis Complex and is hosted by the University of Florida.

The day started off with an 8-0 thrashing in doubles from seniors Laurence Porry and Kristina Schleich. They defeated Mariella Calderon and Taylor Hollander of North Florida.

"Our seniors did a great job starting off the day," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They played some very solid and fundamentally sound doubles."

In singles, Eduarda Dos Santos picked up a win over Hailey Grillo of USF, 6-3, 7-6 (6). She advances to face the top-seeded Olivia Janowicz of Florida on Friday.

"Duda did a great job playing a complete match," Hyde said. "She is very happy with the adjustments she made today."

Picking up her second victory on the day, Porry won her first round match against Alexandra Lyubimova of Stetson, 6-3, 6-0 and will move on to face Mina Matsuba of Bethune-Cookman in the second round.

"Laurence served especially well today," Hyde said. "She did a great job of playing like an upperclassmen in both of her matches today."

Freshman Maljena Pedersen dropped her first round match to Diana Bukajeva of Stetson, 6-3, 6-2 and will play in the consolation draw in the tournament. She will face Sarah Means of Florida Gulf Coast in the second round.

Friday's matches will start at 9 a.m. with a round of doubles before two rounds of singles.

Junior Kerrie Cartwright and Schleich will debut their singles matches on the weekend after earning first round byes. Cartwright is the fourth-seeded player in the draw and will clash with Andrea Crepso (Stetson) in the second round. As the sixth seed, Schleich will face Candela Munoz of FGCU.

In doubles, Cartwright and Pederson will play Crespo and MayaBlue Macdowell of Stetson in the second round.


Cartwright Marches into Quarterfinal.

Junior Kerrie Cartwright will play in the quarterfinals of singles in the Bedford Cup on Saturday.

Oct. 11, 2013

GAINESVILLE, FL - Behind a pair of singles wins on Friday, junior Kerrie Cartwright advances into the quarterfinals of singles at the Bedford Cup. The four-day event has reached the halfway point and is hosted by the University of Florida at the Ring Tennis Complex.

As the fourth-seeded player in the draw, Cartwright received a first round bye on Thursday. Cartwright debuted her weekend by cruising to a 6-2, 6-1 win over Andrea Crespo of Stetson in the round of 32.

In the third round, Cartwright outlasted Alessandra Bonte of USF, 6-4, 7-6 (6) in order to stay alive in the draw, moving her into the quarterfinals.

"In her second match Kerrie was making the right plays," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "She was dominant on the court from start to finish. After a solid 6-4 first set, Kerrie played ahead for most of the second until she found herself down 4-5. She came back and forced a tiebreaker where she fended off four set points in order to take the tiebreaker 8-6 and the match. It was such a huge effort to dig out of that hole."

The Nassau, Bahamas native will face Olaya Garrido-Riryas of USF on Saturday.

"She showed a lot of poised and maturity today," Hyde said. "In the end of that second match, it made a huge difference."

Senior Kristina Schleich also enjoyed a first round bye in singles on Thursday. The No.6 seed started on Friday with a win over Candela Munoz of Florida Gulf Coast, 6-1, 6-3. Schleich was then eliminated after falling to Fanny Fracassi of USF, 6-3, 6-4.

Senior Laurence Porry dropped a tough 7-5, 6-3 decision to Mina Matsuba of Bethune-Cookman in the round of 32.

After playing a tight first set against the top player in the draw, freshman Eduarda Dos Santos could not muster a comeback as she fell to Olivia Janowicz of Florida, 7-5, 6-1.

In the consolation bracket, Sarah Means of Florida Gulf Coast outlasted freshman Majlena Pedersen, 7-5, 6-4.


Seminoles Close Out Bedford Cup.

Junior Kerrie Cartwright fell in the quarterfinals of the Bedford Cup on Saturday.

Oct. 12, 2013

GAINESVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team closed out the Bedford cup on Saturday at the Ring Tennis Complex at the University of Florida.

Junior Kerrie Cartwright advanced into the quarterfinal of singles behind two wins on Friday, including a tough, 6-4, 7-5 second set comeback win.

In Saturday’s match, Cartwright fell to Olya Garrido-Riyas of South Florida, 6-1, 6-1.

“Kerrie just came across an opponent today that was on fire,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “The good thing is we’ve seen a huge improvement in her game and we know what we need to do this week in practice in order to prepare for next weekend.”

The Seminoles finished their second tournament of the fall by notching six wins between singles and doubles play.


10/10/2013
Doubles
Laurence Porry/Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Mariella Calderon/Taylor Hollander (UNF) 8-0
Singles
Duda Santos (FSU) d. Hailey Grillo (USF) 6-3, 7-6(6)
Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Alexandra Lyubimova (SU) 6-3, 6-0
Diana Bukajeva (SU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-3, 6-2

10/11/2013
Doubles
Loreto Alonso-Martinez/Kayla Rizzolo (USF) d. Laurence Porry/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-7(2)
Andrea Crespo/Maya Stauffer-MacDowell (SU) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 8-6
Singles
#75 Olivia Janowicz (UF) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 7-5, 6-1
Mina Matsuba (BCU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 7-5, 6-3
Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Candela Munoz (FGCU) 6-1, 6-3
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Andrea Crespo (SU) 6-2, 6-1
Sarah Means (FGCU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-4, 7-6(7)
Fanny Fracassi (USF) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Alessandra Bonte (USF) 6-4, 7-6(6)

10/12/2013
Singles
Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-1


ITA SOUTH REG CHAMPIONSHIPS
10/21/2013, October 18-21, 2013, Athens, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Wrap Up Day One At ITA Regional.

Borthwick and Cartwright advance in doubles, while Mia Vriens added a singles main draw victory.

Oct. 18, 2013

ATHENS, GA - The Florida State women's tennis team battled hard on day one of the ITA Southeast Regional at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, but victories were hard to come by. The doubles pairing of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright moved on to Saturday's round of 16 competition, while singles victories were secured by Mia Vriens in the main draw and Majlena Pederson in the B draw.

"The ITA Regionals is one of the toughest tournaments of the fall, and our region is hands down one of the strongest in the country," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We started out the day well, grabbing a tough fought doubles win by Kerrie and Daneika."

Borthwick and Cartwright defeated Guilietta Boha and Carlotta Orlando of FIU by a score of 8-6. Kristina Schleich and Majlena Pederson dropped their match to Stefani Stojic and Olivia Janowicz of Florida, 8-3. Laurence Porry and Duda Dos Santos were eliminated, 8-3, by Kendal Woodard and Megan Kurey from Georgia Tech.

The singles started off on a great note with Mia Vriens defeating Josephine Haraldson of UCF in dominating fashion, 6-0, 6-0. Vriens later retired from her second round match against Miami's Stephanie Wagner at a score of 4-1 in the first set.

Cartwright and Borthwick each lost in three-set heartbreakers. Cartwright won the first set against USF's Olaya Garrido 6-4, but was unable to put her away, losing the next two sets, 6-2, 6-4. Borthwick also took the first set, 7-6, against Megan Kurey (GT), but lost the final two sets, 6-4, 6-1.

Schleich lost to Georgia State's Abigail Tere-Apisah, 6-1, 6-3. Lilly Kimbell of UGA proved too much for Porry, defeating the senior by a score of 6-3, 6-3. Dos Santos was the final Seminole in the main draw and dropped her match, 6-3, 6-1, to Miami's Lina Lileikite.

Pederson competed in the singles B draw and defeated Liza Klyachkin of Mercer, 6-0, 6-3, to move on to Saturday's quarterfinals where she will face Tarani Kamoe of Georgia State at 3:00 p.m.

Borthwick and Cartwright will continue in the doubles draw at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday against the No. 4 doubles seed pairing of Clementina Riobueno and Monique Albuquerque of Miami.

"We have a lot to play for tomorrow," added Hyde. "Kerrie and D are on a mission."

The singles consolation draw awaits the remaining Seminoles, with four matches starting at noon. Borthwick will be taking on USF's Loreto Alonso, Cartwright going up against Cortney Cesarini of UCF, Schleich versus Virginie Stein from Kennesaw State and Dos Santos will be facing Rasheeda McAdoo from Georgia Tech. Porry will play at 1:30 p.m. against Jana Hueckinghaus of Kennesaw State.


Florida State Competes On Day Two Of ITA Regional.

Majlena Pedersen wins a convincing singles match and rain moves singles consolation to Sunday.

Oct. 19, 2013

ATHENS, GA - The Florida State women's tennis team took to the courts on Saturday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex on day two of the ITA Southeast Regional. While rain moved all competition indoors - and the singles consolation draw to Sunday - the Seminoles still found success with Majlena Pedersen posting an impressive 6-0, 6-1 win in the singles B draw.

"I was so glad to see Majlena grab another win today and move into the semifinals," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "She's working on some very specific things right now and it's great to see that pay off for her."

Pedersen will go against Annika Hepp of UCF in Sunday's semifinals at 10:30 a.m. The singles B draw final is scheduled for later in the day at 1:00 p.m.

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright faced a formidable doubles opponent in the No. 4 seed pairing of Clementina Riobueno and Monique Albuquerque of Miami. The `Noles and `Canes traded serves but the Miami duo proved too much in the end, defeating Borthwick and Cartwright, 8-6.

"D and Kerrie played really well this morning and lost in a very tight 8-6 battle," Hyde said. "Had they stepped up on a few key points there's no doubt they could have moved on to the next round. They continue to play better every match, and they are getting there."

Despite the rain changing the schedule, the singles consolation draw remains the same for Florida State, with four matches starting at 9:00 a.m. Cartwright going up against Cortney Cesarini of UCF, Kristina Schleich versus Virginie Stein from Kennesaw State, Duda Dos Santos will be facing Rasheeda McAdoo from Georgia Tech and Laurence Porry will play against Jana Hueckinghaus of Kennesaw State.

Borthwick received a walkover and will continue in the consolation draw at noon against the winner of Mercer's Isabel Dennis and FGCU's Johanna Sterkel.

"After a long day of weather delays, we are ready to get back to a full day of tennis tomorrow," added Hyde.


Seminoles Close Out the ITA Southeast Regional.

Florida State secures some quality wins before the draws are suspended due to rain.

Oct. 20, 2013

ATHENS, GA - The Florida State women's tennis team saw success on Sunday at the ITA Southeast Regional at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex but were ultimately defeated, not by another school, but by the elements. Rain throughout the weekend had caused scheduling issues and resulted in the singles consolation draw to be suspended after the round of 16.

For the Seminoles that were able to see action, there was quite a bit of success. Kerrie Cartwright won both of her singles matches on the day, defeating UCF's Cortney Cesarini, 6-0, 6-2, and taking down Chaimaa Roudami from Georgia State, 6-1, 6-1. Laurence Porry also added a straight set singles victory over Jana Hueckinghaus of Kennesaw State, 6-3, 6-1.

Majlena Pedersen had an impressive three-set win in the singles B draw semifinal against Annika Hepp of UCF, 3-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-2). Pedersen then received a walkover victory in the singles B finals.

Kristina Schleich and Duda Dos Santos each fell in tough three-set battles. Schleich lost to Virginie Stein from Kennesaw State by a score of 3-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-4). Dos Santos also took the first set of her match, but could not hold off Rasheeda McAdoo of Georgia Tech, 2-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-6).

Due to receiving a pair of walkovers, Daneika Borthwick did not compete on Sunday.


10/18/2013
Doubles
Olivia Janowicz/Stephanie Stojic (UF) d. Majlena Pedersen/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-3
#26 Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard (GT) d. Laurence Porry/Duda Santos (FSU) 8-3
Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Giulietta Boha/Carlotta Orlando (FIU) 8-6
Singles
Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 4-6, 6-2, 6-4
Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Josephine Haraldson (UCF) 6-0, 6-0
Megan Kurey (GT) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-7(), 6-4, 6-1
#84 Lina Lileikite (UM) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
#37 Abigail Tere-Apisah (GSU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
Lilly Kimbell (UGA) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
#52 Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 4-1, retired
Majlena Pedersen (FSU) d. Liza Klachkin (MU) 6-0, 6-3

10/19/2013
Doubles
#27 Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno (UM) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
Singles
Majlena Pedersen (FSU) d. Tarani Kamoe (GSU) 6-0, 6-1

10/20/2013
Singles
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Cortney Cesarini (UCF) 6-0, 6-2
Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 2-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-6)
Kristina Schleich (KSU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 3-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-4)
Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Jana Hueckinghaus (KSU) 6-3, 6-1
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Chaimaa Roudami (GSU) 6-1, 6-1
Majlena Pedersen (FSU) d. Annika Hepp (UCF) 3-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-2)


USTA CLAY COURT INVITATIONAL
10/27/2013, October 24-27, 2013, Orlando, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Finish Day One Of USTA Clay Court Invitational.

Borthwick and Vriens posted straight set singles victories, while Porry and dos Santos advance in doubles.

Oct. 24, 2013

ORLANDO, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team took to the courts on a cool, cloudy day at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, site of the USTA Clay Court Invitational. It was a full day of both singles and doubles competition for the Seminoles.

"Today was a very good and long day of college tennis matches," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We are continuing to see many improvements on our team this fall, and today was no exception."

Mia Vriens played on the stadium court and won her round of 64 match in straight sets, 6-2, 6-0, over UNM's Emily Oliver. Vriens then withdrew from her next match due to injury. No. 2 singles seed Daneika Borthwick defeated her round of 32 opponent, Paula Deheza of Texas A&M, by a score of 6-2, 6-2.

"Daneika did a great job of managing her singles match and really gave her opponent no room to breathe," Hyde said. "I was also happy with Mia's match this morning. She continues to get stronger on court and makes the game look a lot easier than it is."

Laurence Porry had an impressive three-set victory to open her day, knocking Natasha Smith of New Mexico down to the consolation draw by a score of 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Porry took a solid lead by winning the first set of match number two, but was unable to hold off Stefania Hristov of Texas A&M, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2.

"Laurence played two very good matches today, and came up short in her second match in a hard-fought three-set battle," added Hyde. "She is really starting to find her stride this fall, and you can see her confidence grow each time she steps on court."

Kerrie Cartwright ran into a tough USTA junior opponent in the opening round and lost 6-1, 6-3. Duda dos Santos posted an early lead but fell in a three sets, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2, to UCF's Caroline Eberhart. Kristina Schleich narrowly lost the first set of her match 4-6, and took the second set 7-5 before retiring at 4-1 in the third. Majlena Pedersen split the first two sets with Lizette Blankers of New Mexico, but the hard-fought third set went to her opponent, 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-4.

On the doubles side, Porry and dos Santos looked great in their 8-5 victory over UCF's pairing of Griffith and Cesarini, while Schleich and Pedersen conceded their match to Tulsa's Saarteinen and Kuricova due to injury.

Friday brings three singles consolation draw matches with dos Santos against Beatriz Santos of Texas Tech at 9:30 a.m., Cartwright versus New Mexico's Michaela Bezdickova at 10 a.m. and Pedersen taking on a USTA junior player at 10:30 a.m. Borthwick continues in the singles main draw versus Florida's Stefani Stojic at 9:30 a.m.

Doubles action will get underway with two matches at 2:30 p.m. Borthwick will join with Cartwright for their first doubles match of the weekend, taking on UNM's Bezdickova and Blankers, while Porry and dos Santos will face Nemchen and Cichon of Tulsa.

"We have another very full day ahead of us tomorrow, and the quality of matches will continue to get better as the weekend progresses," said Hyde.


FSU Reaches Quarterfinals In Singles And Doubles.

Porry and dos Santos (doubles) and Borthwick (singles) make the final 8 of their draws.

Oct. 25, 2013

ORLANDO, FL - Even though the venue changed to the Grand Cypress Racquet Club, The Florida State women's tennis team continued to be competitive in the USTA Clay Court Invitational in Orlando, Fla.

Daneika Borthwick looked impressive in her 6-1, 6-2 win over Florida's Stefani Stojic to advance to the quarterfinals. The junior from Cumbria, England then fought well in a long three-setter in the afternoon, but eventually fell to Megan McCray (OkSt) 2-6, 7-6 (4), 6-2.

"Daneika did a great job in her first match of the day, never allowing her opponent to get into the match. She played a perfect game for two sets," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "In her quarterfinal match this afternoon, she did everything right to counter a very hard hitting player. She had a few match points on her strings at 5-4 in the second set, and I know she would be very happy to get one of those back."

Kerrie Cartwright showed great toughness and endurance in her consolation match against Michaela Bezdickova of UNM. Despite falling 2-6 in the first, the junior fought back to take the second set 6-2 and eventually the match on a 10-7 tiebreaker.

"Kerrie had a very tough first set today and was slow to find her rhythm," Hyde said. "By the middle of the first set, she started to execute better. Despite losing that set, Kerrie was starting to take control of the match.

"Her A-game was on from the start of the second set, and she did some great work to tie the match at a set apiece. Every point in the third-set 10-point breaker was long, and very good tennis was being played on both sides of the net. Kerrie did an excellent job of fighting through the breaker and closing out the match on her first match point opportunity."

Duda dos Santos played well in her consolation match but was outlasted by Texas Tech's Beatriz Santos, 6-4, 6-1. Majlena Pedersen withdrew from her morning match due to injury.

On the doubles side, Laurence Porry and dos Santos advanced to the quarterfinals when Tulsa's Nemchen and Cichon withdrew with an injury. The pairing of Borthwick and Cartwright were in the final match of the day and strung together some quality points and rallies, but couldn't catch UNM's Bezdickova and Blankers, falling 8-3.


`Noles Finish Strong on Final Day Of USTA Clay Court.

Florida State records three singles wins to close out its weekend.

Oct. 26, 2013

ORLANDO, Fla. - The Florida State women's tennis team took advantage of Saturday's singles consolation draw and came away with three singles wins in the USTA Clay Court Invitational at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Kerrie Cartwright started off the day with a great win in three sets over Vanderbilt's Ashleigh Antal. The junior narrowly dropped the first set, 4-6, but came back to earn the split with a 6-4 second. Cartwright then put away her opponent 10-3 in the tie breaker to earn her second win of the weekend.

"Kerrie did a great job today of hanging in there during her match," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "She didn't play her best tennis in the first two sets, but her third set was perfectly executed. She found a way to get the win and she did a tremendous job of closing out her match."

Freshman Duda dos Santos earned an impressive three-set victory over Maria Alvarez of Oklahoma State. It was a tough, back-and-forth match, and dos Santos prevailed 6-4, 5-7, 1-0 (10-5).

"Duda had a very tight 6-4, 7-5, 1-0 match today," added Hyde.

Mia Vriens picked up where she left off on Thursday and posted another victory. This time, the junior from Sydney, Australia took down Texas Tech's Samantha Czarniak, 6-2, 6-3. Laurence Porry played hard in her singles consolation match, but was unable to hold off a tough USTA junior player by the score of 6-0, 6-4.

"Mia is getting herself back to form and continues to get better with each challenge she has. We are very excited about what is ahead for her spring season," said Hyde.

Porry and dos Santos took to the court in the afternoon for their quarterfinal doubles match, but were not enough for the No. 1-seed pairing of Stancu and Hristov (TAMU), losing 8-1.

The end of the USTA Clay Court Invitational wraps up the 2013 fall season for the Florida State women's tennis team. All seven student-athletes recorded multiple singles wins in fall competition, with Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick leading the way with eight and five, respectively. The pairings for doubles were often shuffled around, but the groupings of Borthwick and Cartwright, along with Porry and dos Santos, were each able to record multiple wins this fall.

"It is hard to believe that our fall season is already winding down, as it feels like we just got going," Hyde said. "This fall has been full of excitement and changes in the program. We have had opportunities to see where we are as a team, where we need to improve and where we need to build from as we head into the spring season."


10/24/2013
Doubles
Laurence Porry/Duda Santos (FSU) d. Cortney Cesarini/Courtney Griffith (UCF) 8-5
Singles
Alexis Nelson (USTA) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Emily Oliver (UNM) 6-2, 6-0
Renata Kuricova (UT) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-4, 5-7, 4-1 ret
Caroline Eberhart (UCF) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 5-7, 6-1, 6-2
Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Natasha Smith (UNM) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2
Lizette Blankers (UNM) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-7(3), 6-2, 6-4
#46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Paula Deheza (TAMU) 6-2, 6-2
Stefania Hristov (TAMU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2

10/25/2013
Doubles
Michaela Bezdickova/Lizette Blankers (UNM) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-3
Singles
#46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Stefani Stojic (UF) 6-1, 6-2
Megan McCray (OSU) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 2-6, 7-6(4), 6-2
Beatriz Santos (TTU) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #123 Michaela Bezdickova (UNM) 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(7)

10/26/2013
Doubles
#8 Stefania Hristov/Cristina Stancu (TAMU) d. Laurence Porry/Duda Santos (FSU) 8-1
Singles
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Ashleigh Antal (VU) 4-6, 6-4, 1-0(3)
Duda Santos (FSU) d. Maria Alvarez (OSU) 6-4, 5-7, 1-0(5)
Erica Oosterhuat (USTA) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-0, 6-4
Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Samantha Czarniak (TTU) 6-2, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 4, STETSON 2
01/19/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Take Down Stetson and UAB.

Florida State starts off 2-0 for the fourth straight season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team began their 2014 dual match season with wins over Stetson and UAB at the Indoor Tennis Facility on January 19. The `Noles faced off against Stetson in the morning and defeated the Hatters, 4-2, and topped the Blazers in the afternoon, 4-1.

"It was a good day. To walk away with two wins is a success," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "That was how we hoped it would go, and it was exactly what the girls put together. The first match was touch and go. First-match jitters definitely played a role. Not stepping up when we needed to step up also had an impact. But the good thing is that we were in a position with our back against the wall and we were able to come out on the right side of it."

Florida State got off to a great start against Stetson winning the doubles point in convincing fashion. Junior Daneika Borthwick and freshman Emily Fanning won their match, 6-1, while junior Kerrie Cartwright and senior Kristina Schleich took down their opponents, 6-2, to give FSU the early 1-0 lead.

In singles, junior Mia Vriens wasted no time extending the Seminole lead to 2-0 as she defeated Eveline Lepinay, 6-0, 6-0. It marked the second time this season that Vriens has won a match without surrendering a game.

Fanning later added another point for the `Noles defeating Andrea Crespo 6-4, 7-5. A pair of tiebreakers were heartbreakers for FSU as Borthwick and Cartwright each dropped their matches with a 10-8 score in the third and gave Stetson its only two points of the match, narrowing the lead to 3-2.

The match was clinched by an intense back-and-forth match by Laurence Porry. Needing a tiebreaker to decide the first set, Porry outlasted Stetson's Lindsey Cable 7-6 (9-7) to take the early lead. After Porry broke Cable's serve in the second set at 5-5, the senior was able to serve out the match with a score of 7-5 to give Florida State the 4-2 victory over the Hatters.

"I was really happy to win because it was my first home game ever since coming to FSU," said Porry. "So I had a little pressure because it was my first time as a Seminole at home, but it felt good to clinch the match and show that I can do it."

The second match of the day went smoother for the Seminoles with a 4-1 win over UAB. The doubles point was secured with wins by the pairings of Borthwick/Cartwright and Santos/Schippers.

Florida State would get points from three of those members in singles as well as Borthwick won 6-3, 6-0, over Rachel Daniell and Cartwright defeated UAB's Catherine Ragon 6-0, 6-1. Fanning retired due to injury early in the first set for UAB's lone point of the match.

Schippers would clinch the second match of the day with an impressive 6-1, 6-0 victory over Paula Castro.

"The first game I was a bit nervous, but a good nervous," said Schippers. "I was really excited to play my first singles match as a `Nole. I already knew my opponent, so that gave me an advantage as well.

"I felt pretty solid and didn't want to do incredible shots but just be solid because it was the first match. I think I was very consistent and so happy that my first singles match was able to clinch the win. It is really exciting and I can't wait to play more games as a `Nole."

"We are at the beginning of a long five-month process, and to get through some tough times only makes us stronger," added Hyde.

No. 24 Florida State 4, Stetson 2
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Diana Bukajeva/Isabella Fernandez (SU) 6-1
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright/Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. MayaBlue StaufferMacDowell/Andrea Crespo (SU) 6-2
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Lindsey Cable/Eveline Lepinay (SU) 5-2
Singles
No. 1: Diana Bukajeva (SU) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-3, 3-6, 1-0(10-8)
No. 2: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Andrea Crespo (SU) 6-4, 7-5
No. 3: Isabella Fernandez (SU) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(10-8)
No. 4: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Eveline Lepinay (SU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 5: Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Lindsey Cable (SU) 7-6(9-7), 7-5
No. 6: Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Carolina Meregalli (SU) 6-7(5-7), 2-1 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 1
01/19/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Take Down Stetson and UAB.

Florida State starts off 2-0 for the fourth straight season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team began their 2014 dual match season with wins over Stetson and UAB at the Indoor Tennis Facility on January 19. The `Noles faced off against Stetson in the morning and defeated the Hatters, 4-2, and topped the Blazers in the afternoon, 4-1.

"It was a good day. To walk away with two wins is a success," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "That was how we hoped it would go, and it was exactly what the girls put together. The first match was touch and go. First-match jitters definitely played a role. Not stepping up when we needed to step up also had an impact. But the good thing is that we were in a position with our back against the wall and we were able to come out on the right side of it."

Florida State got off to a great start against Stetson winning the doubles point in convincing fashion. Junior Daneika Borthwick and freshman Emily Fanning won their match, 6-1, while junior Kerrie Cartwright and senior Kristina Schleich took down their opponents, 6-2, to give FSU the early 1-0 lead.

In singles, junior Mia Vriens wasted no time extending the Seminole lead to 2-0 as she defeated Eveline Lepinay, 6-0, 6-0. It marked the second time this season that Vriens has won a match without surrendering a game.

Fanning later added another point for the `Noles defeating Andrea Crespo 6-4, 7-5. A pair of tiebreakers were heartbreakers for FSU as Borthwick and Cartwright each dropped their matches with a 10-8 score in the third and gave Stetson its only two points of the match, narrowing the lead to 3-2.

The match was clinched by an intense back-and-forth match by Laurence Porry. Needing a tiebreaker to decide the first set, Porry outlasted Stetson's Lindsey Cable 7-6 (9-7) to take the early lead. After Porry broke Cable's serve in the second set at 5-5, the senior was able to serve out the match with a score of 7-5 to give Florida State the 4-2 victory over the Hatters.

"I was really happy to win because it was my first home game ever since coming to FSU," said Porry. "So I had a little pressure because it was my first time as a Seminole at home, but it felt good to clinch the match and show that I can do it."

The second match of the day went smoother for the Seminoles with a 4-1 win over UAB. The doubles point was secured with wins by the pairings of Borthwick/Cartwright and Santos/Schippers.

Florida State would get points from three of those members in singles as well as Borthwick won 6-3, 6-0, over Rachel Daniell and Cartwright defeated UAB's Catherine Ragon 6-0, 6-1. Fanning retired due to injury early in the first set for UAB's lone point of the match.

Schippers would clinch the second match of the day with an impressive 6-1, 6-0 victory over Paula Castro.

"The first game I was a bit nervous, but a good nervous," said Schippers. "I was really excited to play my first singles match as a `Nole. I already knew my opponent, so that gave me an advantage as well.

"I felt pretty solid and didn't want to do incredible shots but just be solid because it was the first match. I think I was very consistent and so happy that my first singles match was able to clinch the win. It is really exciting and I can't wait to play more games as a `Nole."

"We are at the beginning of a long five-month process, and to get through some tough times only makes us stronger," added Hyde.

No. 24 Florida State 4, UAB 1
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Rachel Daniell/Elaine Simon (UAB) 6-3
No. 2: Laurence Porry/Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Pardis Kianoush/Catherine Ragon (UAB) 5-2 dnf
No. 3: Duda Santos/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Paula Castro/Amy Lowther (UAB) 6-1
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Rachel Daniell (UAB) 6-2, 6-0
No. 2: Amy Lowther (UAB) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 1-1 ret
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Catherine Ragon (UAB) 6-0, 6-1
No. 4: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Pardis Kianoush (UAB) 6-0, 1-2
No. 5: Laurence Porry (FSU) vs. Elaine Simon (UAB) 4-6, 0-0 dnf
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Paula Castro (UAB) 6-1, 6-0


RICE 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
01/25/2014, ITA Kickoff, Austin, Tx

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Narrowly Falls To Rice At ITA Kickoff.

No. 24 Florida State will play No. 23 Auburn on January 26 to close out ITA Kick-Off Weekend.

AUSTIN, TX - Playing in its first match on the road this season, No. 24 Florida State (2-1) lost to No. 22 Rice (2-0) by a score of 4-3 at the Penick-Allison Tennis Center in Austin, Texas. The Seminoles dropped two close doubles matches and were unable to overcome the deficit in singles play.

"Today was a very good match up and down the line for us, and it's a shame we came out on the losing end," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We came out a little slow in doubles and didn't play as aggressively as we needed to and didn't set the tone. The positive to that is how we responded after losing the doubles point. It was a non-issue as soon as we stepped on court for singles. I was proud of how we were able to leave the doubles loss behind us and jump right into the singles matches."

The FSU-Rice match was delayed 27 minutes due to the earlier match between Texas and Auburn. Once on court for doubles, the Seminoles battled hard but came up just short as the pairings of Kerrie Cartwright and Kristina Schleich along with Daniela Schippers and Mia Vriens each lost their doubles match by a score of 6-4.

In singles, Rice extended their lead to 2-0 when Schippers (1-1) lost her match against Allison Ho in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2. Florida State got on the board with a straight set 6-4, 6-3 victory from Cartwright (10-4) over Liat Zimmerman. Tiebreakers stymied the `Noles as Fanning (1-2) fell to Dominique Harmath, 2-6, 6-1, 10-6 to make it 3-1 Owls. Schleich (3-5) added the second FSU point with a three set win over Kim Anicete, 4-6, 6-2, 10-6 and Vriens (5-2) tied up the match with a straight set 7-5, 6-2 victory over Katherine Ip.

Rice secured the match on court one with a three-set victory by Natalie Beazant over Borthwick, 2-6, 7-5, 10-5.

"We were two points from winning that match," added Hyde. "I was very proud with how we competed. I think this team showed a lot of guts today. It is important now that we get them ready for tomorrow, as we have a quick 17-hour turnaround and another big match against another top-25 team in a few hours. It's important that we respond well tomorrow having lost today a very close 4-3 match today."

No. 22 Rice 4, No. 24 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Natalie Beazant/Dominique Harmath (RU) 2-5 dnf
No. 2: Katerine Ip/Liat Zimmermann (RU) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-4
No. 3: Allison Ho/Solomiya Zinko (RU) d. Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-4
Singles
No. 1: Natalie Beazant (RU) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 2-6, 7-5, 1-0 (10-5)
No. 2: Dominque Harmath (RU) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 2-6, 6-1, 1-0 (10-6)
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Liat Zimmerman (RU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 4: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Katerine Ip (RU) 7-5, 6-2
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Kim Anicete (RU) 4-6, 6-2, 1-0 (10-6)
No. 6: Allison Ho (RU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-2


AUBURN 4, FLORIDA STATE 1
01/26/2014, ITA Kickoff, Austin, Tx

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Auburn Gets Past FSU, 4-1.

The No. 24 Seminoles close out ITA Kick-Off Weekend at the University of Texas.

AUSTIN, TX - Playing a top-25 opponent for the second day in a row, the No. 24 Florida State women's tennis team (2-2) fell to No. 23 Auburn (1-1), 4-1, at the Penick-Allison Tennis Center in Austin, Texas.

"We put up a great overall fight against Auburn today," said assistant coach Zsuzsanna Fodor. "Despite losing the doubles point, we turned around the momentum and were ready to battle on all courts. We couldn't use our complete lineup, which gave an opportunity to the other players to step up their game and prove themselves."

In doubles, Auburn struck first with a 6-3 victory by the No. 17 pairing of Pleun Burgmans and Emily Flickinger over Daneika Borthwick and Emily Fanning on court one. The `Noles took court three with a 6-3 win of their own by Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers. The Tigers scored the doubles point as Michala Kucharova and Reka Muller defeated Kerrie Cartwright and Kristina Schleich, 6-3.

The singles lineup was changed from Saturday's match but the `Noles were unable to secure the four required points to win the match. Cartwright got FSU on the board early and tied the match at 1-1 with her straight set, 6-1, 6-3, victory over Paula de Man. Auburn took the lead back with two straight set wins over Duda Santos (6-2, 6-2) and Laurence Porry (6-2, 6-3), pushing it out to a 3-1 advantage.

A long back and forth battle on court six decided the match for the `Noles. Majlena Pedersen, playing in her first singles match of the spring, took set one 6-3, but dropped the second, 1-6, to head to a third set tiebreaker. Pedersen traded points with opponent Jackie Kasler until Kasler was at match point 9-7. Pedersen scored three straight points to create her own match point opportunity at 10-9 but was unable to close it out, eventually losing the tiebreaker, 11-13.

"While the 4-1 score does not reflect the quality of tennis we were able to play today, we have to give credit to Auburn's ability to close out their matches and play big at key moments," said Fodor. "We leave Austin with a very clear idea of specific things we need to focus on more closely, and with a promise to work harder and smarter to find our team's potential."

No. 23 Auburn 4, No. 24 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: #17 Pleun Burgmans/Emily Flickinger (AU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-3
No. 2: #60 Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller (AU) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-3
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Jackie Kasler/Jen Pfeifler (AU) 6-3
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. #12 Pleun Burgmans (AU) dnf
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Paula de Man (AU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. #98 Emily Flickinger (AU) dnf
No. 4: Michala Kucharova (AU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 5: Reka Muller (AU) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Jackie Kasler (AU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 3-6, 6-1, 1-0(13-11)


FLORIDA STATE 5, SOUTH FLORIDA 2
01/31/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Take Care of USF.

Florida State defeats the Bulls, 5-2, on Friday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Playing for the first time at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center in 2014, the No. 27 Florida State women's tennis team (3-2) defeated No. 62 USF (2-2) by a score of 5-2 on January 31.

The doubles point was all about the action on court one. The `Noles and Bulls traded quick matches on courts two and three with FSU taking a 6-0 win on court two and USF winning 6-0 on court three. In a match that took 73 minutes, juniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright defeated Kayla Rizzolo and Loreto Alonso-Martinez by a score of 7-6 (8-6). The `Noles trailed at 2-4, fought off a match point at 5-4 and even took a lead at 6-5 before USF held serve to force the tiebreaker.

It was tied at 3-3 at the first changeover and USF was serving for the match at 6-4 in the tiebreak. FSU battled through two more match points to make it 6-6 at the next changeover and won the next two points to take the tiebreaker, 8-6, and give Florida State the doubles point and a 1-0 match lead.

"We were down with a pretty big deficit at No. 1 doubles, trailing 2-4 and found a way to dig back into the match," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "No. 2 doubles did a good job of getting on and off the court and took care of business. No. 1 doubles had their backs against the wall and were able to find a way to get it done and that made a tremendous difference going into singles.

"I think Kerrie and Daneika both needed that, needed to have the pressure on and I think they got better for having gotten through it."

"For us it was really important to get the doubles point to start off with because it gives momentum going into singles," said Borthwick. "And especially because the match was so tight and we have a couple of injuries, we wanted to get an early lead."

In singles, Borthwick kept the momentum up from her epic doubles match and defeated USF's Kayla Rizzolo on court one, 6-2, 6-0. The win extended Florida State's overall lead in the match to 2-0.

USF managed to tie the match with wins on court six over freshman Majlena Pedersen (6-4, 6-1) and on court two against Cartwright (7-6 (2), 6-4). Cartwright battled from being down 0-5 in the second and won four straight games, breaking her opponent's serve twice, before finally being defeated.

Senior Laurence Porry was efficient on court five, winning in straight sets, 6-4, 6-2. Junior Mia Vriens quickly added the match clinching point from the fourth position by defeating USF's Fanny Fracassi, 6-3, 6-3.

The final match on court two was a tough three-set battle that saw a pair of freshmen taking it down to the wire. Daniela Schippers won the first set 7-5, but dropped set two to Olaya Garrido-Rivas, 2-6. In the third set tiebreak, under the lights and with all of the Seminoles cheering her on, the newcomer from Guatemala gritted through the third set to win 11-9 and give the `Noles a 5-2 victory.

"I played a good first set," said Schippers. "I actually think I played a good second set as well, but she picked up her game a lot. She made almost none of the mistakes she made in the first set. Mentally I was always in the game which allowed me to stay with a good game for the tiebreaker. It was a really tight tiebreak, but I was enjoying it. I was enjoying my team watching me play and I knew that they gave a great fight so that made me want to fight as well."

"It was a total team effort tonight," added Hyde. "I was so proud of Laurence getting her job done down in the five spot today and didn't give that girl much of a chance and did a great job closing out. Daneika did a great job in her match and got that second point on the board for us.

"Obviously when Kerrie was down in her second set 0-5, and found a way to get back into the set, it spreads the confidence up and down the courts when they are competing even when they are down. Dany is just an unbelievable competitor. She stepped in stayed with her game plan and tactically was just so smart and patient and was firing so well today. It was really good to see Mia take her match in straight sets as well."

No. 27 Florida State 5, No. 62 USF 2
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Loreto Alonso-Matinez/Kayla Rizzolo (USF) 7-6(8-6)
No. 2: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Fanny Fracassi/Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) 6-0
No. 3: Vera Bessanova/Olga Martinez (USF) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-0
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Kayla Rizzolo (USF) 6-2, 6-0
No. 2: Loreto Alonso-Martinez (USF) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 7-6(7-2), 6-4
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) 7-5, 2-6, 1-0(11-9)
No. 4: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Fanny Fracassi (USF) 6-3, 6-3
No. 5: Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Vera Bessanova (USF) 6-4, 6-2
No. 6: Olga Martinez (USF) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-4, 6-1


FLORIDA STATE 4, LOUISIANA STATE 1
02/08/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 27 Florida State Grabs Two Wins on Saturday.

The Seminoles (5-2) defeated No. 60 LSU, 4-1, as a part of USTA College MatchDay and took down Mercer, 7-0.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The lights were bright and cameras were focused on the No. 27 Florida State women's tennis team and the `Noles didn't disappoint as they secured wins over LSU, 4-1, as part of USTA's College MatchDay and a 7-0 victory over Mercer.

"They did great. We competed unbelievably well and we knew we were going to have to do that against LSU," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "It is really cool to put them out there and see them really take care of their own courts and take care of business. We got up on a couple of first sets right away and that set the tone. I think that it is really nice to get a lead when playing a team like that. They did a great job and I am really proud of their effort."

For College MatchDay the format was changed to have singles play first and have doubles play only in the event of a tie at 3-3. The `Noles broke out to early leads and posted first set wins on five of the six courts. Mia Vriens made quick work of Ella Taylor, winning in straight sets, 6-0, 6-1. It marked her sixth singles win in a row, and third win of 2013-14 when surrendering a game or fewer.

Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick made it 3-0 Florida State with straight set victories on courts two and one, respectively. LSU's lone point came from court five as Abigail Owens outlasted Laurence Porry in a tight match, 6-3, 6-4.

"It is always important to get a good lead against a team like LSU," said Borthwick "Especially with ESPN here there was a bit more added pressure so it was good that the girls got out to a lead early on. [Having ESPN cover the match] was something we've never had before. So it was really good for us to experience that. And good for college tennis in general to try and get that exposure and things like that."

Freshman Daniela Schippers clinched the match on court three with a very strong performance over Gabrielle Otero. Schippers dominated on the Lady Tigers' serve, ending the match winning 15 straight points off of Otero's serve. It was Schippers' third time to clinch or finish a match for the Seminoles this season.

"It was so much fun," said Schippers. "We were really excited. From the beginning the band was awesome and we had prepared really well for this. I think we all had lots of fun today going out and competing hard. I think I gave a good fight and that's what gave me the result.

"The band was brilliant. Having them here was so good," added Hyde. "If that doesn't inspire you to get out and get after it, I don't know what does. They were awesome along with everyone's big effort to make this happen this weekend with College MatchDay. I think it has been a huge success and I'm glad we were able to be a part of it and I hope we get a chance to do it again down the road."

Florida State cruised to an easy 7-0 victory over the Mercer Bears behind a doubles point sweep by the pairs of Majlena Pedersen/Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich/Daniela Schippers. Freshmen Duda Santos (6-4, 6-1) and Majlena Pedersen (6-3, 6-3) each secured their first singles match wins of the spring season.

No. 27 Florida State 4, No. 60 LSU 1
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Noel Scott (LSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Joana Vale Costa (LSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Gabrielle Otero (LSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 4: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Ella Taylor (LSU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 5: Abigale Owens (LSU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 6: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Skylar Holloway (LSU) 6-3, 2-6, 3-1 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 7, MERCER 0
02/08/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 27 Florida State Grabs Two Wins on Saturday.

The Seminoles (5-2) defeated No. 60 LSU, 4-1, as a part of USTA College MatchDay and took down Mercer, 7-0.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The lights were bright and cameras were focused on the No. 27 Florida State women's tennis team and the `Noles didn't disappoint as they secured wins over LSU, 4-1, as part of USTA's College MatchDay and a 7-0 victory over Mercer.

"They did great. We competed unbelievably well and we knew we were going to have to do that against LSU," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "It is really cool to put them out there and see them really take care of their own courts and take care of business. We got up on a couple of first sets right away and that set the tone. I think that it is really nice to get a lead when playing a team like that. They did a great job and I am really proud of their effort."

For College MatchDay the format was changed to have singles play first and have doubles play only in the event of a tie at 3-3. The `Noles broke out to early leads and posted first set wins on five of the six courts. Mia Vriens made quick work of Ella Taylor, winning in straight sets, 6-0, 6-1. It marked her sixth singles win in a row, and third win of 2013-14 when surrendering a game or fewer.

Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick made it 3-0 Florida State with straight set victories on courts two and one, respectively. LSU's lone point came from court five as Abigail Owens outlasted Laurence Porry in a tight match, 6-3, 6-4.

"It is always important to get a good lead against a team like LSU," said Borthwick "Especially with ESPN here there was a bit more added pressure so it was good that the girls got out to a lead early on. [Having ESPN cover the match] was something we've never had before. So it was really good for us to experience that. And good for college tennis in general to try and get that exposure and things like that."

Freshman Daniela Schippers clinched the match on court three with a very strong performance over Gabrielle Otero. Schippers dominated on the Lady Tigers' serve, ending the match winning 15 straight points off of Otero's serve. It was Schippers' third time to clinch or finish a match for the Seminoles this season.

"It was so much fun," said Schippers. "We were really excited. From the beginning the band was awesome and we had prepared really well for this. I think we all had lots of fun today going out and competing hard. I think I gave a good fight and that's what gave me the result.

"The band was brilliant. Having them here was so good," added Hyde. "If that doesn't inspire you to get out and get after it, I don't know what does. They were awesome along with everyone's big effort to make this happen this weekend with College MatchDay. I think it has been a huge success and I'm glad we were able to be a part of it and I hope we get a chance to do it again down the road."

Florida State cruised to an easy 7-0 victory over the Mercer Bears behind a doubles point sweep by the pairs of Majlena Pedersen/Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich/Daniela Schippers. Freshmen Duda Santos (6-4, 6-1) and Majlena Pedersen (6-3, 6-3) each secured their first singles match wins of the spring season.

No. 27 Florida State 7, Mercer 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Danielle Jones/Lucie Payrat (MU) dnf
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Roxy Bartz/Haley Powell (MU) 6-1
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Natalie Franklin/Liza Klyachkin (MU) 6-1
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Danielle Jones (MU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Lucie Payrat (MU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Roxy Bartz (MU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 4: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Natalie Franklin (MU) 6-2, 6-1
No. 5: Majlena Pedersen (FSU) d. Haley Powell (MU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 6: Duda Santos (FSU) d. Liza Klyachkin (MU) 6-4, 6-1


FLORIDA 7, FLORIDA STATE 0
02/18/2014, GAINESVILLE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls To Florida.

The No. 30 Seminoles were defeated by No. 5 Florida, 7-0.

GAINESVILLE, FL - On the road and facing a top-10 team for the first time this season, the No. 30-ranked Florida State women's tennis team was defeated by the No. 5 Florida Gators, 7-0, at the Ring Tennis Complex.

"We competed well today and I was happy with the fight we brought to the match," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Florida did a good job of shutting us down after a few very good first sets across most of the courts."

Florida took the doubles point behind a pair of 8-1 victories over Daniela Schippers and Mia Vriens on court two as well as Laurence Porry and Kristina Schleich on court three.

Singles was competitive and the Seminoles battled very hard despite facing ITA top-40 competition on five of the six courts. Daneika Borthwick fell to No. 11 Olivia Janowicz, 6-1, 6-1, on court one and Schippers was defeated 6-3, 6-0 by No. 14 Brianna Morgan on court three.

No. 38 Kourtney Keegan clinched the match for the Gators with her win over Majlena Pedersen, 6-2, 6-0. Duda Santos (6-3, 6-2) and Porry (6-4, 6-0) each lost in straight sets to Stefani Stojic and No. 38 Sofie Oyen, respectively.

Junior Kerrie Cartwright personified the Seminole unconquered spirit on court two against No. 29 Alexandra Cercone. After narrowly losing the first set, 4-6, Cartwright stayed focused and despite her match not being able to make a difference in the overall team result she fought to a 6-4 win of her own in the second set to force a tiebreaker.

The 10-point tiebreaker for the third set would go back and forth until eventually Florida's Cercone proved to be too much for Cartwright, winning 10-5. The Cartwright/Cercone match lasted over two hours before finally being decided to give Florida the 7-0 victory.

"Kerrie had every opportunity to beat a top-30 player today," added Hyde. "She was building points and executing at a very high level, and her tennis continues to improve as we get deeper into our season. Her best tennis is still ahead of her and it is fantastic to see her development continue like it has."

No. 5 Florida 7, No. 30 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. #14 Sofie Oyen/Belinda Woolcock (UF) 3-6 dnf
No. 2: Kourtney Keegan/Brianna Morgan (UF) d. Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-1
No. 3: Olivia Janowicz/Stefani Stojic (UF) d. Laurence Porry/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #11 Olivia Janowicz (UF) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 2: #29 Alexandra Cercone (UF) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-4, 4-6, 1-0 (10-5)
No. 3: #14 Brianna Morgan (UF) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-0
No. 4: #31 Sofie Oyen (UF) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-4, 6-0
No. 5: #34 Kourtney Keegan (UF) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Stefani Stojic (UF) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-3, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, WAKE FOREST 3
02/21/2014, WINSTON-SALEM, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Start ACC Play With Win At Wake Forest.

No. 30 Florida State defeated the No. 50 Demon Deacons, 4-3, on Friday afternoon.

WINSTON-SALEM, NC - The No. 30-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (6-3) opened conference season with a win for the second year in a row as they defeated No. 50 Wake Forest (7-1), 4-3, on February 21.

"We prepared as well as we could with the time that we had to get ready for this match," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Our first ACC weekend is always a big test to get off on the right foot. I'm pleased with how the day turned out in the end.

"We were playing against a Wake Forest team that has gone undefeated this season and I was glad that we were able to stop their streak at their own courts. We had a couple match points to clinch the doubles point at the No. 1 spot and we were a little disappointed that we didn't take better advantage of the opportunity to secure it. However, I was very pleased with how quickly we came out in singles, winning five of six first sets rather quickly and decidedly."

The Demon Deacons got on the scoreboard first by winning a hotly contested doubles point. FSU and Wake Forest split on courts two and three with a Seminole victory coming from Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers.

The first team point of the match would come down to court one where Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright would go the distance versus Xue Zhang and Kasey Gardiner. It was very competitive throughout and ended going to a tiebreaker at 7-7. The pair of Demon Deacons would outlast the `Noles and take the match and doubles point, 8-7 (8-6).

Singles would be where FSU would shine, winning on four of the six courts. Vriens tied the match at 1-1 with a dominant 6-0, 6-1 victory on court four. It marked the seventh consecutive singles win for Vriens and the fourth time this year that the junior has defeated her opponent while surrendering only one game or fewer.

Junior Daneika Borthwick would give the Seminoles the lead for good with a 6-4, 6-1 win on court one over Andrea Retolaza. Senior Kristina Schleich extended the lead to 3-1 with a court five victory over Gardiner, 6-2, 6-2.

Wake Forest would make it 3-2 with a win on court six, but Kerrie Cartwright would clinch the match for Florida State with a three-set win on court two. The junior won the first set, 6-2, before dropping the second, 3-6. In a full third set, Cartwright maintained control throughout and posted a 6-2 score to win the match and give the Seminoles the victory.

They would play out court three and Samantha Asch would make the final score 4-3 with a three-set win over Schippers, 1-6, 6-4, 6-1.

No. 30 Florida State 4, No. 50 Wake Forest 3
Doubles
No. 1: Kasey Gardiner/Xue Zhang (WF) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-7(8-6)
No. 2: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. #50 Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez (WF) 8-6
No. 3: Karen Foreman/Andrea Retolaza (WF) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Andrea Retolaza (WF) 6-4, 6-1
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Kimmy Guerin (WF) 6-2, 3-6, 6-2
No. 3: Samantha Asch (WF) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 1-6, 6-4, 6-1
No. 4: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Luisa Fernandez (WF) 6-0, 6-1
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Kasey Gardiner (WF) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Xue Zhang (WF) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-4, 6-4


FLORIDA STATE 7, MARYLAND 0
02/23/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Slow Down Terrapins.

No. 30 Florida State sweep Maryland, 7-0, on Sunday at the Indoor Tennis Facility.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 30-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (7-3, 2-0 ACC) didn't let a little rain dampen their competitive spirit as their match against Maryland was moved indoors. The Seminoles were sharp and focused from the moment they stepped on court to take a 7-0 victory over Maryland at the Indoor Tennis Facility on February 23.

"We are coming along yet are right where we want to be right now," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "It was a very busy week we had posting two solid ACC wins after traveling to Florida, but it was also a very good week for us. There are some things we are working on individually that are starting to be executed during the matches."

The Seminoles took the doubles point with convincing wins on courts one and two. At No. 1, Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick took down Kristina Hovsepyan and Welma Luus, 8-1, while Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers paired up for their fourth doubles victory of the year, including a 3-1 record on court two.

Singles were led by Cartwright's quick 6-1, 6-0 victory on court one. It was the first time in her career that the Bahamas native had played at number one, yet she appeared right at home.

"I felt really good and really confident today. I was happy my team was there to support me, said Cartwright. "Winning both matches this weekend gave us a lot of confidence to move forward through the season."

Florida State clinched the match with wins on courts three and two as Vriens (6-3, 6-0) and Borthwick (6-3, 6-2) made quick work of their opponents. Senior Kristina Schleich appeared in complete control of her match against Olga Gaistruck on court five and cruised to a 6-2, 6-1 straight-set victory.

On court six, Duda Santos was locked in a tight battle against Maryland's Olga Bredikhina. Santos would take set one, 6-3, yet drop the second set by the same score. The tiebreaker went back and forth but the freshman was able to create some nice shots and put the match away with a 10-8 tiebreaker win.

Completing the sweep was Schippers on court four. After trailing 4-5 in the first set, Schippers fought back and took the next three games to win set one, 7-5. Maryland's Nataliya Bredikhina would force a tiebreaker after a 6-2 win in the second. Bredikhina got out to an early 5-3 lead in the third set tiebreak, but Schippers settled in and made several difficult shots to take control. The freshman from Guatemala went on to win seven of the final eight points of the match to win 10-6.

It marked the first time FSU has posted a 7-0 victory over a conference foe since defeating Virginia Tech on April 13, 2012.

"The team is competing very well right now. Any time you can come out 2-0 on back-to-back ACC matches is a very solid and successful weekend. I am proud of the girls and the efforts they put into the last week of preparation and it definitely showed today in our ability to close out some matches and take care of things at a very high level."

No. 30 Florida State 7, Maryland 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Kristina Hovsepyan/Welma Luus (UMd) 8-1
No. 2: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Olivia Gaudreault/Alexandra Stanova (UMd) 8-5
No. 3: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Nataliya Bredikhina/Olga Bredikhina (UMd) 6-6 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Kristina Hovsepyan (UMd) 6-1, 6-0
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Alexandra Stanova (UMd) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Welma Luus (UMd) 6-3, 6-0
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nataliya Bredikhina (UMd) 7-5, 2-6, 1-0(10-6)
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Olga Gaistruck (UMd) 6-2, 6-1
No. 6: Duda Santos (FSU) d. Olga Bredikhina (UMd) 6-3, 3-6, 1-0(10-8)


GEORGIA TECH 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
02/28/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls to Georgia Tech.

The No. 34 Seminoles are defeated by the No. 19 Yellow Jackets by a score of 5-2.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 34-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (7-4, 2-1 ACC) lost its first conference match in a 5-2 final against No. 19 Georgia Tech on Friday afternoon at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

Georgia Tech took the doubles point with wins by ITA No. 3 Kendal Woodard and Megan Kurey over Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright, 8-2, on court one and Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer and Rasheeda McAdoo over Kristina Schleich and Majlena Pedersen on court three, 8-4.

The Seminoles would come out strong in singles and take a 2-1 match lead after straight set wins by Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens. Cartwright, playing for the second time at No. 1, defeated nationally-ranked Woodard, 6-2, 7-5. The junior is now 2-0 on court one this season and has a 3-1 record against nationally ranked opponents.

Vriens surrendered only three games in her 6-3, 6-0 victory on court three against McAdoo. The Australia native has won nine straight matches, including a 7-0 singles dual match record in the spring. She is 10-2 overall in 2013-14.

The Yellow Jackets would convert the remainder of singles matches with wins over Laurence Porry (6-4, 6-1) on court six, Borthwick (6-4, 6-3) on court two and Daniela Schippers (6-3, 7-5) on court four.

Schleich and Anton-Ohlmeyer would play an epic three set match to close out the day. Schleich would win a hard fought first set, 7-5, and lose the second, 6-2. In a third set tiebreak that was scheduled for 10 points, the pairing went back forth with several match points before Anton-Ohlmeyer would outlast Schleich and win the tiebreaker, 16-14.

No. 19 Georgia Tech 5, No. 34 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #3 Megan Kurey/Kendal Woodard (GT) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-2
No. 2: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. #49 Natasha Prokhnevska/Muriel Wacker (GT) 7-5 dnf
No. 3: Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Majlena Pedersen/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #124 Kendal Woodard (GT) 6-2, 7-5
No. 2: Natasha Prokhnevska (GT) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) 6-3, 6-0
No. 4: Megan Kurey (GT) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 7-5
No. 5: Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer (GT) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 5-7, 6-2, 1-0(16-14)
No. 6: Muriel Wacker (GT) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-4, 6-1


FLORIDA STATE 6, BOSTON COLLEGE 1
03/02/2014, CHESTNUT HILL, MA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Take Down Boston College, 6-1.

No. 34 Florida State wins its third conference match of 2014 defeating No. 56 Boston College, 6-1.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 34-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (8-4, 3-1 ACC) defeated No. 56 Boston College at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, 6-1. The Seminoles are 3-1 in conference for the first time since 2005 when they started ACC play by winning four of their first five matches.

"I am really happy with how our girls competed today," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We are consistently competing at a very high level. You are going to have very few days in your college career where everything is firing perfectly. And every other day that you play, you are going to have to out-compete and out-will your opponent, and that's exactly what we did today.

"It is really important to take this momentum into our ACC road matches against Syracuse and Notre Dame. We are going to enjoy this definitive 6-1 win over a good Boston College team."

The Seminoles took control of the match from the very start, dominating doubles with two quick victories on court one and two. Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick swept their opponents on court one, 8-0, and Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers made quick work in their matchup and won by a score of 8-2.

Boston College would tie the match with their only point of the afternoon as Vriens withdrew from her match on court three. Majlena Pedersen led from start to finish in her straight set victory over Heini Salonen, 6-3, 6-2.

Cartwright continued to own court one and moved to 3-0 this season at the position as she took down Jessica Wacnik, 6-4, 6-3. Daniela Schippers had a straight set victory of her own on court four, winning 6-1, 7-6, over Jennifer Red.

Borthwick and Kristina Schleich had tough three set battles on courts two and five, respectively, but each came out victorious in the end. Borthwick handled Katya Vasilyev by a score of 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. Schleich narrowly lost the first set to Emily Safron, 6-7 (5-7), but came out focused and determined and took sets two and three by scores of 6-3, 6-2, to secure the victory and give Florida State the 6-1 win.

No. 34 Florida State 6, No. 56 Boston College 1
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik (BC) 8-0
No. 2: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Heini Salonen/Wan-Yi Sweeting (BC) 8-2
No. 3: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev (BC) dnf
Singles
No. 1: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Jessica Wacnik (BC) 6-4, 6-3
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Katya Vasilyev (BC) 6-1, 3-6, 6-3
No. 3: Lexi Borr (BC) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-2, retired
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Jennifer Red (BC) 6-1, 7-6(7-1)
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Emily Safron (BC) 6-7(5-7), 6-3, 6-2
No. 6: Majlena Pedersen (FSU) d. Heini Salonen (BC) 6-3, 6-2


SYRACUSE 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
03/07/2014, SYRACUSE, NY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Fall To Syracuse.

No. 25 Florida State drops a tight 4-3 match to Syracuse on March 7 at the Drumlins Country Club.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 25-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (8-5, 3-2 ACC) lost to Syracuse (2-8, 2-3 ACC) by a score of 4-3 on Friday afternoon at the Drumlins Country Club.

"Today was a rough day for us, but for the most part we competed hard," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Unfortunately we had to pull a second player from the lineup, and that possibly made a difference today. Regardless, we had opportunities to win the match and weren't quite able to get over the hump today. Job well done by a hard fighting Syracuse though. They came out swinging today and took full advantage of the conditions."

The Seminoles came from behind to win the doubles point as Syracuse took a court one win as Maddie Kobelt and Valeria Salazar defeated Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick, 8-5. Kristina Schleich and Mia Vriens made it 1-1 in doubles with an 8-6 win on court three over Amanda Rodgers and Komal Safdar.

The freshman pairing of Duda Santos and Majlena Pedersen gave Florida State a 1-0 overall match lead with their hard fought 8-6 win on court two over Rhiann Newborn and Maria Avgerinos.

Syracuse would tie the match as Kobelt defeated Cartwright in straight sets on court one, 6-1, 6-1. It marked the first loss by Cartwright this year at the No. 1 position, and she is now 4-1 against ACC competition.

The `Noles would make it 3-1 in the match behind wins by juniors Borthwick and Vriens on courts two and three respectively. Borthwick was in complete control of her match and took down Rodgers, 6-3, 6-1. Vriens improved to 11-3 in singles with her convincing win over Newborn, 6-4, 6-2.

Syracuse came back to tie the match again at 3-3 with wins on courts four and five. Schleich lost her first set, 6-2, but came back confident and easily won the second, 6-1. The third set was a back and forth ordeal and Syracuse's Salazar proved too much in the end, winning the third set, 7-5. Santos would fall in straight sets on court five to Avgerinos, 6-2, 7-5.

The match would come down to court six between FSU's Pedersen and Syracuse's Safdar. The Seminole freshman got out to a great start and took set one, 6-4. Safdar would answer with a 6-3 victory in the second. In a highly contested third set, Pedersen got out to an early lead, but was unable to hold on as Safdar came back and took the final set, 6-4.

"How we respond to today's loss when we compete against Notre Dame on Sunday will be telling," added Hyde. "That's the great thing about sport, it gives you chances at redemption. That will be the focus as we head to play Notre Dame in South Bend in Sunday."

Syracuse 4, No. 25 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: Maddie Kobelt/Valeria Salazar (SU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) d. Maria Avgerinos/Rhiann Newborn (SU) 8-6
No. 3: Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar (SU) 8-6
Singles
No. 1: Maddie Kobelt (SU) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Amanda Rodgers (SU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Rhiann Newborn (SU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 4: Valeria Salazar (SU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 1-6, 7-5
No. 5: Maria Avgerinos (SU) d. Duda Santos (FSU) 6-2, 7-5
No. 6: Komal Safdar (SU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 4-6, 6-3, 6-4


NOTRE DAME 6, FLORIDA STATE 1
03/09/2014, SOUTH BEND, IN

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Notre Dame Defeats Florida State.

No. 25 Florida State falls to No. 31 Notre Dame, 6-1, on March 9.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 25-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (8-5, 3-3 ACC) fell to No. 31 Notre Dame (6-6, 1-4 ACC) by a score of 6-1 on March 9 at the Eck Tennis Pavilion in South Bend, Ind.

The Fighting Irish took the doubles point behind very close matches on courts one and two. ITA No. 23 pairing of Quinn Gleason and Britney Sanders narrowly got by Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick on court one, while Jennifer Kellner and Julie Sabacinski took down Duda Santos and Majlena Pedersen, 8-5, on court two.

Notre Dame made it 2-0 after a court five win by Mary Closs over Kristina Schleich, 6-2, 7-6. Borthwick secured a straight set victory for FSU at No. 1 singles with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Sanders.

The Seminoles would play tightly contested matches on all courts but Notre Dame would sweep the remaining points. Daneila Schippers would fall to Kellner, 6-4, 6-3 on court three and Cartwright lost a tough three-setter against ND's Quinn Gleason on court two, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1.

Majlena Pedersen would win the first set of her court six match against Julie Vrabel, but was unable to close it out, losing in three sets, 4-6, 6-0, 6-2. The final match would be a back-and-forth battle on court four between Mia Vriens and Monica Robinson. Vriens played well but in the end could not get by Robinson as the Irish took the match in straight sets, 7-6, 6-4.

No. 31 Notre Dame 6, No. 25 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: #23 Quinn Gleason/Britney Sanders (ND) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
No. 2: Jennifer Kellner/Julie Sabacinski (ND) d. Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Jane Fennelly/Monica Robinson (ND) 6-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Britney Sanders (ND) 7-5, 6-4
No. 2: Quinn Gleason (ND) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 6-1
No. 3: Jennifer Kellner (ND) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 4: Monica Robinson (ND) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 7-6(), 6-4
No. 5: Mary Closs (ND) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 7-6()
No. 6: Julie Vrabel (ND) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 4-6, 6-0, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 5, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 2
03/22/2014, RALEIGH, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Hyde Becomes FSU's Winningest Coach.

Head coach Jennifer Hyde wins her 142nd match at FSU with a 5-2 win at NC State on Saturday.

RALEIGH, NC - In a day that meant a lot to FSU history as well as right here in the present, the No. 43-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (9-6, 4-3 ACC) defeated No. 57 NC State (7-5, 1-4 ACC) by a score of 5-2 on March 22 at the Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Tennis Center.

The win gives head coach Jennifer Hyde a total of 142 for her career which is the most all-time in FSU women's tennis history. She passed Anne Davis (141-105) who coached the Seminoles from 1980-87. Hyde now has an FSU coaching record of 142-88, for a winning percentage of .617, which is the highest in school history as well.

"Today was a really good college tennis match," said Hyde. "I'm really proud of how well this team fought today. The windy conditions were challenging on both sides of the net, and it was a dogfight out there. This was an all-around team victory. Every girl on the team had a hand in this victory and should feel very proud."

The Seminoles came out and dominated the doubles point from the very beginning. Taking the early lead on all three courts, freshmen Duda Santos and Majlena Pedersen won the first doubles match on court two over Elisha Hande and Nicole Martinez, 8-1.

FSU took a 1-0 overall match lead as juniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright cruised to an 8-3 win over Joelle Kissell and Sophie Nelson on court one.

Singles got off to a good start with Kristina Schleich posting a quick, 6-2, 6-2, straight-set victory on court five over Liza Fieldsend to make it 2-0 FSU.

"I had a good match today and was able to be patient with my opponent and stay in the rallies," said Schleich. "I feel like our team came out really strong today and everyone was ready to compete really hard."

NC State would tie it up at 2-2 with wins on court six and court one. The final three singles matches would all go for Florida State, starting on court three. Mia Vriens fell behind early but stayed focused and came back to take care of business in a tough 7-5, 6-3, win over Nicole Martinez.

"It was great to come back and get the job done after being down in the first set," said Vriens. "It wasn't the best tennis but I was happy. Overall it was a great team effort and everyone showed up today and fought their hardest."

The match was clinched on court four by Daniela Schippers as she battled through a tough three set match, losing set one 2-6, but coming back to take set two, 6-2, and set three, 6-4.

"Our match today was really good," said Schippers. "We were mentally very strong and competed very well. In singles, I had a rough start but I started to fight for every point and this gave me the win. It felt great to have my team supporting me at all times, especially when we clinched the match. They all played great and overall it was a very mental win."

Cartwright finished the match with a tough battle on court two. She narrowly lost the first set 5-7, but came back strong in set number two, winning 6-3. The junior came out on a mission in the deciding third set and went on to win, 6-3.

"As always, winning the doubles point set the tone today," added Hyde. "We jumped out to early leads on every court, and that is something we have been working on specifically this semester. In singles, NC State did a good job of grabbing the lead in first sets on a few courts. But we stayed very composed and played some very gritty tennis. We played big points unbelievably well, and that made a huge difference for us today.

No. 43 Florida State 5, No. 57 NC State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Jolle Kissell/Sophie Nelson (NCS) 8-3
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) d. Elisha Hande/Nicole Martinez (NCS) 8-1
No. 3: Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Liza Fieldsend/Rachael James-Baker (NCS) 6-4
Singles
No. 1: Joelle Kissell (NCS) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 7-5, 6-2
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Rachel James-Baker (NCS) 5-7, 6-3, 6-3
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Nicole Martinez (NCS) 7-5, 6-3
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Natalia Janowicz (NCS) 2-6, 6-2, 6-4
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Liza Fieldsend (NCS) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Elisha Hande (NCS) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-2, 6-4


DUKE 6, FLORIDA STATE 0
03/23/2014, DURHAM, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Falls To Duke.

The No. 43 Seminoles are defeated by the No. 1 Blue Devils, 6-0, on March 23 in Durham, N.C.

DURHAM, NC - Playing for the second time in 2014 as part of USTA's College MatchDay, the No. 43-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (9-7, 4-4 ACC) lost to No. 1 Duke (15-1, 6-1 ACC) by a score of 6-0 on March 23 at Ambler Tennis Stadium.

Due to playing on ESPN3, singles were played before doubles. The doubles competition would have only been played had singles ended in a 3-3 tie.

Duke showed why they are the No. 1 team in the country by winning the first set on all six courts. The Blue Devils took a 1-0 match lead as Marianne Jodoin took a 6-0, 6-0, straight set victory over Majlena Pedersen on court six.

Kerrie Cartwright battled well on court two against ITA No. 24 Ester Goldfeld but would eventually fall, 6-3, 6-4. Daniela Schippers also lost in straight sets to Rachel Kahan, 6-3, 6-2.

Juniors Mia Vriens on court three and Daneika Borthwick on court one each played some very competitive tennis against ITA top-35 opponents but were outlasted in the end. Vriens lost to No. 31 Hanna Mar, 6-3, 6-2, while Borthwick lost to No. 6 Beatrice Capra, 6-2, 6-2.

Kristina Schleich played some amazing tennis and narrowly lost the first set against ITA No. 94 Alyssa Smith, 7-5. The senior from Germany would build on the momentum and take the second set, 6-1, to force a third set. Duke's Smith would control the final set and close out the match with a 6-0 score.

No. 1 Duke 6, No. 43 Florida State 0
Singles
No. 1: #6 Beatrice Capra (DU) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: #24 Ester Goldfeld (DU) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: #31 Hanna Mar (DU) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 4: Rachel Kahan (DU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 5: #94 Alyssa Smith (DU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 7-5, 1-6, 6-0
No. 6: Marianne Jodoin (DU) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-0, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA A&M 0
03/30/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Post 4-0 Wins Over FAMU And UNF.

No. 36 Florida State is perfect on the day by defeating Florida A&M and North Florida by identical 4-0 scores.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - On a day to honor head coach Jennifer Hyde for her career accomplishments, the current Florida State women's tennis team was nearly flawless in a pair of matches on March 30 at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center. The No. 36 Seminoles (11-7) posted 4-0 wins over both Florida A&M (5-8) and North Florida (11-5).

"Today was a very good day," said Hyde. "We are very happy to leave the tennis courts with two more wins under our belts. The girls did a great job of taking care of business. I was pleased with how hard we competed in our match this evening and especially proud with how our upperclassmen dominated the second match in both singles and doubles."

The day started with an intra-city match against Florida A&M at noon. Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich quickly won their doubles match on court three by a score of 8-0, while Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright gave FSU a 1-0 match lead with their 8-2 win on court one.

There was an on court presentation between the doubles and singles portion of the FAMU match to honor Coach Hyde for becoming the winningest coach in FSU women's tennis history. A banner and plaque were presented to Hyde by Florida State Director of Athletics Stan Wilcox to commemorate her 142nd win that she accomplished on March 22nd against NC State.

Singles against Florida A&M went smoothly as Cartwright (6-1, 6-0), Borthwick (6-0, 6-0) and Schleich (6-1, 6-0) quickly took straight-set victories to give Florida State a 4-0 victory over the Rattlers.

North Florida came to Tallahassee after already playing a match in Jacksonville earlier in the day and were very competitive on court. However the results were the same as the Seminoles took two wins in doubles from Vriens and Daniela Schippers as well as Borthwick and Cartwright to make it 1-0 FSU going into singles.

Florida State's three juniors dominated on courts one through three and posted straight-set wins to sweep the Ospreys, 4-0. Vriens closed out her match at No. 3 first with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Marina Cunningham. Cartwright took down Simona Weymar, 7-5, 6-3, on court one and Borthwick clinched the match with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Esther Zuniga on court two.

No. 36 Florida State 4, Florida A&M 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend (FAMU) 8-2
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Shantel Blackwood/Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 5-3 dnf
No. 3: Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry (FAMU) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Alexis Dean (FAMU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Symone Townsend (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Shantal Blackwood (FAMU) 4-5 dnf
No. 4: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Monet Graves (FAMU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 5: Laurence Porry (FSU) vs. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 3-6 dnf
No. 6: Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 4-5 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, NORTH FLORIDA 0
03/30/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Post 4-0 Wins Over FAMU And UNF.

No. 36 Florida State is perfect on the day by defeating Florida A&M and North Florida by identical 4-0 scores.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - On a day to honor head coach Jennifer Hyde for her career accomplishments, the current Florida State women's tennis team was nearly flawless in a pair of matches on March 30 at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center. The No. 36 Seminoles (11-7) posted 4-0 wins over both Florida A&M (5-8) and North Florida (11-5).

"Today was a very good day," said Hyde. "We are very happy to leave the tennis courts with two more wins under our belts. The girls did a great job of taking care of business. I was pleased with how hard we competed in our match this evening and especially proud with how our upperclassmen dominated the second match in both singles and doubles."

The day started with an intra-city match against Florida A&M at noon. Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich quickly won their doubles match on court three by a score of 8-0, while Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright gave FSU a 1-0 match lead with their 8-2 win on court one.

There was an on court presentation between the doubles and singles portion of the FAMU match to honor Coach Hyde for becoming the winningest coach in FSU women's tennis history. A banner and plaque were presented to Hyde by Florida State Director of Athletics Stan Wilcox to commemorate her 142nd win that she accomplished on March 22nd against NC State.

Singles against Florida A&M went smoothly as Cartwright (6-1, 6-0), Borthwick (6-0, 6-0) and Schleich (6-1, 6-0) quickly took straight-set victories to give Florida State a 4-0 victory over the Rattlers.

North Florida came to Tallahassee after already playing a match in Jacksonville earlier in the day and were very competitive on court. However the results were the same as the Seminoles took two wins in doubles from Vriens and Daniela Schippers as well as Borthwick and Cartwright to make it 1-0 FSU going into singles.

Florida State's three juniors dominated on courts one through three and posted straight-set wins to sweep the Ospreys, 4-0. Vriens closed out her match at No. 3 first with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Marina Cunningham. Cartwright took down Simona Weymar, 7-5, 6-3, on court one and Borthwick clinched the match with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Esther Zuniga on court two.

No. 36 Florida State 4, University of North Florida 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Rebeca Pereira/Simona Weymar (UNF) 8-5
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Marina Cunningham/Taylor Hollander (UNF) 4-7 dnf
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Mariella Calderon/Esther Zuniga (UNF) 8-2
Singles
No. 1: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Simona Weymar (UNF) 7-5, 6-3
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Esther Zuniga (UNF) 6-1, 6-4
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Marina Cunningham (UNF) 6-2, 6-1
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Michelle Valdez (UNF) 6-3, 4-6 dnf
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Taylor Hollander (UNF) 7-6(7-4), 2-1 dnf
No. 6: Duda Santos (FSU) vs. Mariella Calderon (UNF) 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 dnf


CLEMSON 7, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/04/2014, CLEMSON, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Defeated By Clemson.

No. 38 Florida State is defeated by No. 15 Clemson by a score of 7-0 at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center on April 4.

CLEMSON, SC - The No. 38-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (11-8, 4-5 ACC) battled hard on all courts but were unable to secure a point as they were swept by No. 15 Clemson (17-3, 9-0 ACC) by a score of 7-0, on Fri., April 4 at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.

"Kerrie and D came up with a big doubles win for us and I am proud of the way all the girls competed out there today," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Even once the overall match was clinched for Clemson, Dany and Laurence never gave up and fought for every point. We have a day off tomorrow before getting back on court against another solid ACC opponent in North Carolina and I look forward to see how the girls step up to the challenge."

The doubles point was tightly contested and needed all three courts to finish before it would be awarded. Clemson's Jessy Rompies and Yuilynn Miao finished first on court three, taking down Laurence Porry and Majlena Pedersen, 8-0.

Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright secured a very impressive win on court one as they continued to play excellent doubles tennis and controlled the match against ITA No. 26 Yana Koroleva and Beatrice Gumulya, putting the pair of Tigers down, 8-5. The win was the fourth in a row for the pairing of Borthwick and Cartwright and they now have 10 wins on the season together.

Clemson would earn the 1-0 lead after the No. 78-ranked pairing of Tristen Dewar and Romy Koelzer outlasted Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers, 8-4, on court number two.

Singles went Clemson's way as well, but it was not without a fight. Cartwright lost to No. 64 Koelzer, 6-3, 6-0 on court number two and was followed by Borthwick falling 6-2, 6-1, on court one to ITA No. 46 Koroleva. Kristina Schleich also lost in straight sets on court five to Rompies, 6-2, 6-2.

Vriens won the first set of her match on court three, 6-4, but ended up having to retire from the match at 3-5 in the second set to give the victory to ITA No. 111 Gumulya.

The final two courts were tightly contested but eventually went the Tigers' way as No. 93 Dewar had just enough to get past Schippers, 7-5, 6-4 on court four. Porry dropped the first set on court six to CU's Miao, 3-6, and came back strong in the second to post a 6-4 win to force a 10-point tiebreak. Miao opened a fairly quick lead that Porry was unable to overcome and took the tiebreaker, 10-2.

No. 15 Clemson 7, No. 38 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #26 Beatrice Gumulya/Yana Koroleva (CU) 8-5
No. 2: #78 Tristen Dewar/Romy Koelzer (CU) d. Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-4
No. 3: Yuilynn Miao/Jessy Rompies (CU) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #46 Yana Koroleva (CU) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-2, 6-1
No. 2: #64 Romy Koelzer (CU) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-0
No. 3: #111 Beatrice Gumulya (CU) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 4-6, 5-3 retired
No. 4: #93 Tristen Dewar (CU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 6-4
No. 5: Jessy Rompies (CU) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Yuilynn Miao (CU) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (10-2)


NORTH CAROLINA 7, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/06/2014, CHAPEL HILL, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

UNC Takes Down Florida State.

No. 6 North Carolina proves to be too much as they take a 7-0 win over No. 38 Florida State.

CHAPEL HILL, NC - The No. 38-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (11-9, 4-6 ACC) came up against a solid top-10 opponent and fell to No. 6 North Carolina (21-3, 10-1 ACC) by a score of 7-0 on April 6 at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center.

"UNC is a tough team and we did a good job of competing well against them today," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "I don't think the final scores necessarily reflect that, but the ones who were in there competing in the trenches know. We have to continue to do a better job of taking advantage of the opportunities that we create for ourselves. When we compete against the level that we see week in and week out, players just don't give you a second opportunity. We competed well, but also came across a very solid UNC squad."

North Carolina took the doubles point with 8-1 wins on both courts including the ITA No. 11 pairing of Whitney Kay and Caroline Price taking down Mia Vriens and Daniela Schippers on court two and Tessa Lyons and Ashley Dai overtaking Majlena Pedersen and Laurence Porry on court three.

Singles was a tough road for FSU with three members of the North Carolina team ranked in the ITA Top 50. Jamie Loeb, the No. 1 player in the country, defeated Kerrie Cartwright on court one, 6-1, 6-1. No. 7 Haley Carter was too much for Daneika Borthwick on court two and UNC won, 6-1, 6-3. No. 47 Price recorded a 6-2, 6-3 win on court three over junior Mia Vriens.

Court four was a close battle between UNC's Kay and FSU's Schippers, but Kay outlasted the Seminole freshman and posted a 6-4, 7-5 win. UNC added straight set victories on courts five and six with wins by Dai over senior Kristina Schleich (6-2, 6-4) and Kate Vialle over Pedersen (6-1, 6-0), respectively.

"We are very excited to get back home these next two weekends to finish up our regular season on a high note," added Hyde. "Every match is an opportunity for us to keep getting better leading in to the ACC Championships at the end of the month. We are excited about this final home stretch in Tallahassee, and look forward to having our home crowd support us from the stands."

No. 6 North Carolina 7, No. 38 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. #3 Hayley Carter/Jamie Loeb (UNC) 4-4 dnf
No. 2: #11 Whitney Kay/Caroline Price (UNC) d. Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-1
No. 3: Ashley Dai/Tessa Lyons (UNC) d. Majlena Pedersen/Laurence Porry (FSU) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #1 Jaime Loeb (UNC) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 2: #7 Hayley Carter (UNC) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 3: #47 Caroline Price (UNC) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 4: Whitney Kay (UNC) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 7-5
No. 5: Ashley Dai (UNC) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 6-4
No. 6: Kate Vialle (UNC) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-1, 6-0


MIAMI 6, FLORIDA STATE 1
04/11/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

`Noles Fall to Miami, 6-1.

Florida State drops a tight match to in-state rival Miami at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) - The No. 45 Florida State Seminoles (11-10, 4-7 ACC) lost to No. 16 Miami (15-4, 9-2 ACC) by a score of 6-1 at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center on April 11. The match was Florida State's Paint it Pink match and the players wore pink uniforms to support breast cancer awareness.

At one point in the singles, I felt that we had the momentum," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "I felt like we were a couple of points away from turning that into a 5-2, 4-3 match in our favor. Unfortunately for Kris, I believe she got sick very early in her match and it took her out completely. That's a tough situation for us to be in, without her point in play.

"We did a really good job of fighting. Kerrie getting another ranked win under her belt after being down 1-5 in the second set and finding her way back and not letting it go to three sets was huge. I'm gutted for Daneika today. She played a heck of a match, losing 7-6 in the third to such a quality opponent. The effort was there and she and this entire team are on the verge of what we think is a breakthrough."

Despite a tightly contested match in doubles on court one between No. 77 Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright and UM's Kelsey Laurente and Clementina Riobueno, Miami would take a 1-0 overall match lead with wins on courts two and three. Freshmen Duda Santos and Majlena Pedersen would fall on court two, 8-2, while Kristina Schleich and Mia Vriens would drop their court three doubles match, 8-0.

Singles also went the way of Miami, as the Hurricanes took the first set on five of six courts. Miami made it 2-0 after a straight-set victory by Monique Albuquerque over Majlena Pedersen, 6-4, 6-0, on court six.

The `Canes extended their lead to 3-0 as Kristina Schleich was defeated by Melissa Bolivar, 6-2, 6-0, and clinched the match after Riobueno took down Daniela Schippers in straight sets, 6-2, 6-3.

The Seminoles did not quit even though the overall match had been decided. Cartwright won the first set on court two, 6-4, and fell behind 1-5 in the second before storming back to force a tiebreak at 6-6. The junior jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second-set tiebreak before closing out her match against No. 54 Kelsey Laurente, 6-4, 7-6 (3). It marked her fourth ranked win of the year and the highest-ranked win Cartwright has had this season.

Vriens and Borthwick lost their first sets, but stayed focused and came back to win the second to force a deciding third set. Vriens was able to take a 1-0 lead in the third but UM's Lileikite was able to outlast Vriens and won the match, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2.

Borthwick got out to an early 3-1 lead in the third on court one against No. 48 Stephanie Wagner, but Wagner was able to take three straight games to make it 4-3 in the third. The junior from England would not be deterred and battled back to take a 5-4 lead. Wagner proved why she is one of the best in the country as she stood her ground and forced a tiebreaker at 6-6.

Wagner and Borthwick traded several points to open the tiebreak, but Wagner seized control and took the third-set tiebreak, 7-3. This gave Miami a 6-1, 4-6, 7-6 (3) win on court one and a 6-1 overall win over the Hurricanes.

"We are playing good tennis, and the tennis is getting better as the year goes on, which is exactly what we do every single year," added Hyde. "We just need to stay the course at this point. We are all feeling confident in the team, more so now than we did before we stepped on court today."

No. 16 Miami 6, No. 45 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: #77 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Kelsey Laurente/Clementina Riobueno (UM) 3-3 dnf
No. 2: Monique Albuquerque/Melissa Bolivar (UM) d. Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) 8-2
No. 3: Lina Lilekite/Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #48 Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 4-6, 7-6(7-3)
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #54 Kelsey Laurente (UM) 6-4, 7-6(7-3)
No. 3: Lina Lilekite (UM) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-3, 2-6, 6-2
No. 4: Clementina Riobueno (UM) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 5: Melissa Bolivar (UM) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Monique Albuquerque (UM) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 6-4, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 5, PITTSBURGH 2
04/13/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Takes Two From Pitt and FAMU.

In two matches on April 13, the No. 45 Seminoles posted wins over Pitt (5-2) and Florida A&M (4-1).

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 45 Florida State Seminoles (13-10, 5-7 ACC) picked up two big wins on April 13 - an ACC win over Pitt (4-13, 0-13 ACC) by a score of 5-2 and a 4-1 win at Florida A&M later in the afternoon.

"You can always expect a good battle in all of the ACC matches during a season, and today didn't disappoint," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Pitt was a feisty group, but I was glad with the class, poise and competitiveness that our team responded with today. We once again set the tone of the match in doubles. We are still working to find our best combinations up and down the line, but I feel like we are getting closer.

"We need to continue to set an aggressive tone at the start of our singles matches. This has improved over the course of the season, and we need to keep getting better with this. We need to continue to get better at putting our foot to the pedal."

In the early match against Pitt, the Seminoles controlled the doubles point as the No. 77-ranked pairing of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright took an easy court one win, 8-3, which was quickly followed up by Duda Santos and Daniela Schippers taking a nice 8-5 win on court three.

Singles played out in Florida State's favor as well, despite Pitt's Taylor Washington tying the match at 1-1 with a 6-0, 7-5 win over Kerrie Cartwright on court two. The `Noles posted four straight singles wins after that by Borthwick (6-1, 6-4), Kristina Schleich (6-0, 6-4), Schippers (6-1, 6-4) and Vriens (6-3, 6-3) to make it 5-1 FSU.

Amanda Wickman gave Pitt their second point of the match with a tight three-set win over Majlena Pedersen. Pedersen took set one, 6-3, and Wickman answered back with a 6-3 win of her own. In the 10-point third set tiebreak, Wickman was able to outlast the FSU freshman and win 10-4.

Later in the afternoon, Florida State traveled across town and played a road match against Florida A&M. The Seminoles overpowered the Rattlers in both phases of the match after taking 8-0 and 8-1 victories in doubles by Borthwick/Cartwright and Santos/Pedersen respectively.

Singles was nearly a sweep for FSU, with Borthwick and Cartwright posting identical, 6-0, 6-1 wins on courts one and two. Schleich recorded a 6-1, 6-0 win on court five to clinch the match for the Seminoles.

Florida A&M did get on the board with a singles win from Shantal Blackwood as Mia Vriens retired at 0-5 in the first set to close out the scoring and give FSU a 4-1 overall match victory.

"In all of the matches we won, we did a good job of finishing," added Hyde. "Pitt gave us a good fight, but we did well closing things out, and playing complete matches. With one last home weekend stretch of matches left, we are very focused on finishing our regular ACC season out right. Our home crowds were amazing all weekend, and we can't wait to get them back out to support our young ladies again next weekend!"

No. 45 Florida State 5, Pitt 2
Doubles
No. 1: #77 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Audrey Ann Blakely/Taylor Washington (UP) 8-3
No. 2: Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Jocelyn Lu/Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) 7-6 dnf
No. 3: Duda Santos/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Katherine Castro/Molly Wickman (UP) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Audrey Ann Blakely (UP) 6-1, 6-4
No. 2: Taylor Washington (UP) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-0, 7-5
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) 6-3, 6-3
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Katherine Castro (UP) 6-1, 6-4
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Molly Wickman (UP) 6-0, 6-4
No. 6: Amanda Wickman (UP) d. Majlena Pedersen (FSU) 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(10-4)


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA A&M 1
04/13/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Takes Two From Pitt and FAMU.

In two matches on April 13, the No. 45 Seminoles posted wins over Pitt (5-2) and Florida A&M (4-1).

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 45 Florida State Seminoles (13-10, 5-7 ACC) picked up two big wins on April 13 - an ACC win over Pitt (4-13, 0-13 ACC) by a score of 5-2 and a 4-1 win at Florida A&M later in the afternoon.

"You can always expect a good battle in all of the ACC matches during a season, and today didn't disappoint," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Pitt was a feisty group, but I was glad with the class, poise and competitiveness that our team responded with today. We once again set the tone of the match in doubles. We are still working to find our best combinations up and down the line, but I feel like we are getting closer.

"We need to continue to set an aggressive tone at the start of our singles matches. This has improved over the course of the season, and we need to keep getting better with this. We need to continue to get better at putting our foot to the pedal."

In the early match against Pitt, the Seminoles controlled the doubles point as the No. 77-ranked pairing of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright took an easy court one win, 8-3, which was quickly followed up by Duda Santos and Daniela Schippers taking a nice 8-5 win on court three.

Singles played out in Florida State's favor as well, despite Pitt's Taylor Washington tying the match at 1-1 with a 6-0, 7-5 win over Kerrie Cartwright on court two. The `Noles posted four straight singles wins after that by Borthwick (6-1, 6-4), Kristina Schleich (6-0, 6-4), Schippers (6-1, 6-4) and Vriens (6-3, 6-3) to make it 5-1 FSU.

Amanda Wickman gave Pitt their second point of the match with a tight three-set win over Majlena Pedersen. Pedersen took set one, 6-3, and Wickman answered back with a 6-3 win of her own. In the 10-point third set tiebreak, Wickman was able to outlast the FSU freshman and win 10-4.

Later in the afternoon, Florida State traveled across town and played a road match against Florida A&M. The Seminoles overpowered the Rattlers in both phases of the match after taking 8-0 and 8-1 victories in doubles by Borthwick/Cartwright and Santos/Pedersen respectively.

Singles was nearly a sweep for FSU, with Borthwick and Cartwright posting identical, 6-0, 6-1 wins on courts one and two. Schleich recorded a 6-1, 6-0 win on court five to clinch the match for the Seminoles.

Florida A&M did get on the board with a singles win from Shantal Blackwood as Mia Vriens retired at 0-5 in the first set to close out the scoring and give FSU a 4-1 overall match victory.

"In all of the matches we won, we did a good job of finishing," added Hyde. "Pitt gave us a good fight, but we did well closing things out, and playing complete matches. With one last home weekend stretch of matches left, we are very focused on finishing our regular ACC season out right. Our home crowds were amazing all weekend, and we can't wait to get them back out to support our young ladies again next weekend!"

No. 45 Florida State 4, Florida A&M 1
Doubles
No. 1: #77 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend (FAMU) 8-1
No. 2: Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) d. Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 8-1
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry (FAMU) dnf
Singles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Alexis Dean (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Symone Townsend (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 3: Shantel Blackwood (FAMU) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 5-0 retired
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Monet Graves (FAMU) dnf
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 6: Majlena Pedersen (FSU) vs. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) dnf


VIRGINIA 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/18/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Cavaliers Top Seminoles.

No. 44 Florida State falls to No. 9 Virginia, 4-0, at the Indoor Tennis Facility on April 18.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 44 Florida State Seminoles (13-11, 5-8 ACC) lost to No. 9 Virginia (18-4, 12-1 ACC) by a score of 4-0 on April 18 at the Indoor Tennis Facility.

"We had chances in that doubles point," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "I was really happy for Daneika and Kerrie. When they make their minds up and are committed to playing doubles, they are as good as anyone in the country. They played so well today and executed so well. Their fundamentals were as good as they've had in any match this season."

The doubles point was tightly contested. Court one was a battle of runs with UVa's No. 11 pairing of Julia Elbaba and Rachel Pierson got out to a 2-0 early lead. The ITA No. 58 grouping of Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick battled back and took the next four games and a 4-2 lead.

The Cavaliers won three straight games to make it 5-4 before FSU came back to take the final four games to close out the 8-5 win. It marked the highest ranked win by Cartwright and Borthwick this year and second straight win against a ranked opponent after defeating Clemson's No. 28 pairing of Yana Koroleva and Beatrice Gumulya, 8-5, on April 4.

Virginia took the doubles match on court two, 8-2, which left court three as the decider. Kristina Schleich and Daniela Schippers got FSU out to a 4-1 lead early in the match before UVa fought to tie it up at 5-5. The Virginia duo of Danielle Collins and Maci Epstein continued their strong comeback and won the match, 8-5, to give UVa a 1-0 overall match lead.

Singles went for Virginia in three straight matches. The Cavaliers made it 2-0 after Mia Vriens retired on court three while down, 0-5. Cartwright then lost on court one to Elbaba, 6-2, 6-1. The match on court five closed out the match as Schleich fell to Maci Epstein 6-1, 6-0.

"Even though we came up short in singles, we competed unbelievably well across the board at a number of spots," added Hyde. "Daneika wins her first set, Laurence wins her first set and Dany loses hers in a tiebreaker. We are competing very well with every team we step on court with, regardless of their ranking or record. This team is starting to see and believe that we are right there. I can see the confidence growing in them and we are really excited to get after it on Sunday against Virginia Tech."

No. 9 Virginia 4, No. 44 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: #58 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #11 Julia Elbaba/Rachel Pierson (UVa) 8-5
No. 2: Stephanie Nauta/Li Xi (UVa) d. Majlena Pedersen/Duda Santos (FSU) 8-2
No. 3: Danielle Collins/Maci Epstein (UVa) d. Daniela Schippers/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #3 Julia Elbaba (UVa) d. #117 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 6-1
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. #33 Danielle Collins (UVa) 6-0, 1-2 dnf
No. 3: #50 Stephanie Nauta (UVa) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 5-0, retired
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. #64 Rachel Pierson (UVa) 6-7(), 0-0 dnf
No. 5: Maci Epstein (UVa) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 6: Laurence Porry (FSU) vs. Caryssa Peretz (UVa) 6-2, 1-2 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, VIRGINIA TECH 0
04/20/2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Blanks Hokies On Senior Day.

The No. 44 Seminoles defeated No. 60 Virginia Tech, 4-0, to close out the regular season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - On Sunday, the No. 44 Florida State Seminoles (14-11, 6-8 ACC) celebrated the careers of their seniors, Laurence Porry and Kristina Schleich, and both were instrumental in FSU's 4-0 over No. 60 Virginia Tech (12-12, 4-10 ACC). With the win, the Seminoles clinched the No. 8 seed in the upcoming ACC Championships in Cary, N.C. on April 23-27.

"What a great way to finish out our regular season at home with a solid win against a very tough Virginia Tech team," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "No. 2 doubles really got us off to a great start, getting a quick 8-3 win. I was really glad to see us clinch at three, as well. The girls did a great job of finishing and getting a point on the board."

Doubles was all Florida State as the Seminoles took down matches on both courts two and three, and were leading on court one. Duda Santos and Kristina Schleich teamed up for the first match win at No. 2, defeating Carol Kahoun and Raluca Mita, 8-3. Daniela Schippers and Mia Vriens clichéd the doubles point shortly after with an 8-5 win on court three.

Three straight-set singles wins closed out the scoring in the match. Virginia Tech managed to only win seven games over all six sets. Vriens struck first with a 6-0, 6-1 win on three and was followed up by Laurence Porry who defeated her opponent, 6-1, 6-3.

"In typical Mia fashion, she was on and off the court very quickly, getting that second point on the board for us," added Hyde. "Great effort from her after a very long week. How great for our senior, Laurence Porry, to get a very convincing and complete match under her belt today to give us our third point. Great effort for her and I'm really glad for both she and Krissy that they could finish with a win on their home courts."

Schippers clinched the match for Florida State with her 6-1, 6-1 win over Virginia Tech's Mita.

"Dany worked through some kinks in the beginning of her match but completely dominated to finish a very decisive second set," Hyde mentioned. "Really good team effort today. I feel we are riding a huge momentum wave into the conference tournament this week. We just keep getting better and better I think people are feeling more confident in all spots of the lineup and it is a really good time for that as we head into the postseason time of the year."

No. 44 Florida State 4, No. 60 Virginia Tech 0
Doubles
No. 1: #58 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford (VT) 7-6 dnf
No. 2: Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Carol Kahoun/Raluca Mita (VT) 8-3
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Francesca Fusinato/Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #117 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. #78 Ilinca Stoica (VT) 3-6, 4-5 dnf
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. #109 Francesca Fusinato (VT) 6-3, 3-0 dnf
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Kelly Williford (VT) 6-0, 6-1
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Raluca Mita (VT) 6-1, 6-1
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) 6-2, 3-3 dnf
No. 6: Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Carol Kahoun (VT) 6-1, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 4, SYRACUSE 1
04/24/2014, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Advances to ACC Quarterfinals.

The No. 42 Seminoles defeat No. 64 Syracuse by a score of 4-1 in the second round of the ACC Championships.

CARY, NC - The No. 8-seed Florida State Seminoles (15-11, 6-8 ACC) opened the 2014 ACC Championships on April 24 and took care of business against No. 9-seed Syracuse (5-15, 5-9 ACC) by defeating the Orange, 4-1, to move on to the quarterfinals of the ACC Championships for the eighth straight season.

"It was a good match and went the way we thought it would," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We did a great job of getting the doubles point again. Every spot played very well in doubles today, and again No. 2 steps up and has a decisive, quick win which built confidence across the team."

The Seminoles took the doubles point in exciting fashion to open up the match as Kristina Schleich and Duda Santos cruised to an 8-4 victory on court two. The No. 44-ranked pair of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright were tested in their match by No. 45 Maddie Kobelt and Valeria Garza of Syracuse, trailing 4-6 late in the set. Cartwright and Borthwick did not give in and fought back to take the next four games and win the match 8-6 and give FSU a 1-0 lead heading into singles.

Syracuse got out to an early lead in singles, posting first set wins on four of the six courts. Florida State would not get down and fought as a team to climb back in the overall match. Borthwick recorded the second point for Florida State with her 6-3, 6-4 straight set win on court two over Amanda Rogers.

Senior Laurence Porry came through with one of the most impressive matches of the morning in her straight-set win on court six over Komal Safdar. Porry led 4-0 early in the first set but Safdar came back and forced a tiebreak at 6-6.

Porry held off the comeback to take the first set, 7-6, and continued to build momentum in the second set and dominated her opponent, winning the second set, 6-1, to take the match and increase the FSU lead to 3-0.

The Orange would score a point on court four as Valeria Garza defeated Daniela Schippers in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4.

Cartwright closed out the match for the Seminoles on court one with a challenging three-set win over SU's Kobelt. After dropping the first set, 2-6, Cartwright came back to square the match with a 6-3 second set win. The junior from the Bahamas took control early in the third set and easily handled Kobelt, 6-1, to clinch the match for the Seminoles.

"Credit to Syracuse to get four first sets, they came out a lot hotter than we did in singles," added Hyde. "Our girls did a really good job of staying in control and composed and staying calm and doing what we do well, which is just compete. I was pleased with the adjustments that we made to retake control and execute our game plan in the second and third sets.

"I don't know if this team realizes how good they are and how gritty they are, but I think they are starting to realize it at the right time. It feels good to get this win under our belt and we'll enjoy this for a couple hours and then get our sight set on playing the Tar Heels tomorrow morning."

No. 42 Florida State 4, No. 64 Syracuse 1
Doubles
No. 1: #44 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #45 Valeria Garza/Maddie Kobelt (SU) 8-6
No. 2: Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Olivia Messineo/Rhiann Newborn (SU) 8-4
No. 3: Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Amanda Rodgers/Komal Safdar (SU) 6-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #123 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Maddie Kobelt (SU) 2-6, 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Amanda Rodgers (SU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Rhiann Newborn (SU) 3-6, 7-6(), 0-1 dnf
No. 4: Valeria Garza (SU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-4
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Maria Avgerinos (SU) 2-6, 6-4, 3-0 dnf
No. 6: Laurence Porry (FSU) d. Komal Safdar (SU) 7-6(), 6-1


NORTH CAROLINA 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/25/2014, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Fall to UNC at ACC Championships.

No. 42 Florida State is eliminated from the 2014 ACC Championships by No. 11 North Carolina.

CARY, NC - The 2014 ACC Tournament run came to an end on Friday for the No. 8-seed Florida State Seminoles (15-12, 6-8 ACC) as they were topped by No. 1-seed North Carolina, 4-0, at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C.

"We were two points away from beating the No. 10-ranked doubles team in the country today, two points away from clinching at No. 4 singles and were four points away from winning at No. 3 singles," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "Kerrie went toe-to-toe with the No. 1-ranked player in the country and Daneika gave an unbelievably huge fight at the No. 2 spot."

Doubles was very competitive on all courts, but the Tar Heels were able to edge out wins on courts two and three, each by identical 8-4 scores. The ITA No. 44 pairing of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright were on the verge of their fourth doubles win over a top-50 opponent this month as they were leading Whitney Kay and Caroline Price, 7-6, when the doubles point was secured for UNC.

The Noles continued to fight into singles, posting two first set wins by Mia Vriens on court three and Daniela Schippers on court four. North Carolina added second set wins over Kristina Schleich on court five (6-1, 6-3), Laurence Porry on court six (6-2, 6-2) and Borthwick on court two (6-2, 6-3). Both Vriens and Schippers were on match game in their singles matches when UNC closed out the match for a 4-0 victory.

"We were in that match from the start to the finish. I don't think the 4-0 score speaks at all to how close the match was," added Hyde. "I am very proud of the girls and how well we are competing and I am very excited looking ahead to the postseason because we are definitely starting to play our best tennis."

No. 11 North Carolina 4, No. 42 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: #44 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. #10 Whitney Kay/Carolina Price (UNC) 5-6 dnf
No. 2: Jamie Loeb/Tessa Lyons (UNC) d. Duda Santos/Kristina Schleich (FSU) 8-4
No. 3: Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle (UNC) d. Daniela Schippers/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #123 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. #1 Jaime Loeb (UNC) 4-6, 3-5 dnf
No. 2: #50 Carolina Price (UNC) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Whitney Kay (UNC) 6-0, 5-5 dnf
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. #111 Ashley Dai (UNC) 6-4, 5-1 dnf
No. 5: Kate Vialle (UNC) d. Kristina Schleich (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 6: Tessa Lyons (UNC) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-2, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, ARIZONA 3
05/09/2014, NCAA, Athens, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Borthwick's Thriller Lifts FSU Into NCAA Second Round.

The No. 37 Seminoles defeated No. 27 Arizona 4-3 in the first round of the NCAA Championships.

ATHENS, GA - The 37th-ranked Florida State women's tennis team defeated No. 27 Arizona in the opening round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament in a close 4-3 decision at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, which is on the campus of the University of Georgia.

"We've been talking for weeks about how we've been on the cusp of having that season-defining win," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We got over that hurdle today and I couldn't be happier. We've continued to improve this semester and this one is as sweet as any win we've had this season."

The win moves FSU to 16-12 on the year, advancing the Seminoles into the second round for the first time since 2011.

The deciding match was on court two as redshirt junior Daneika Borthwick was locked in a battle with No. 106 Kim Stubbe. It was the only match left on court midway through the second set.

Borthwick was down 5-3 early before charging back to win four-straight games to take the first set 7-5. In the second, Stubbe broke serve early forcing Borthwick to break in order to stay alive at 5-3, but she dropped the set in a tight 6-3 decision.

The Cumbria, England native started the third set by going up a break 2-1 to spark her four-game run to a 5-1 lead. Stubbe would then hold her own serve before Borthwick closed it out, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2.

"It was a tough match all around," Borthwick said. "It was very much a team effort. After doubles we had to work hard as a team to get those four points. It was nice that the other girls won those quickly and I just had to go to work and win the match."

"Daneika has been building for this opportunity today," Hyde said. "She's been through her bumps and bruises and she got over a few hurdles earlier this season. Today she played with a sense of maturity and calmness and she stuck to her game plan and it was a huge redemption for her to clinch the match today for this team."

Starting off the match, the No. 30 doubles duo of Kerrie Cartwright and Borthwick made quick work of Lacey Smyth and Shayne Austin, defeating the Wildcats by a score of 8-2. As Cartwright and Borthwick earned the edge for the doubles point, both courts two and three trailed 4-3.

Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich had a big break to tie their match on court three at 5-5, but Arizona's Akilah James and Susan McRann won three-straight games to close out the match, 8-5.

The deciding match would be on court two as Daniela Schippers and Duda Santos came back from a two-game deficit to tie the match at 4-4. Arizona's team of Kim Stubbe and Lauren Marker made a three-game run before the Seminoles could tighten the score 7-5. Stubbe and Marker closed out the match by breaking serve, giving Arizona the doubles point.

In singles, the Seminoles jumped out to four first set wins.

Schleich would tie the overall match score 1-1 after she dominated Austin on court five, 6-0, 6-1. Shortly after Schleich's win, Vriens put the Seminoles ahead 2-1 after picking up a 6-3, 6-2 victory over No. 79 Lauren Marker.

"In the post season Kristina is tough as nails for us," Hyde said. "She's such an unbelievable competitor and to step out and get a 6-0, 6-1 win to tie the score quickly was a huge momentum shift in our favor."

Schippers added to the lead with a solid win on court four over James, 6-4, 6-2.

"Daniela got down 3-1 early," Hyde said. "She fought off a couple breaks and then just dominated like she's been doing all semester."

"Mia and Kristina were up very quickly in their first sets," Hyde said. "Daniela was right behind them and all of those ladies were gaining confidence knowing that they were taking care of business."

Arizona would grab the next two points, tying the match at 3-3 behind victories from courts one and six.

Laurence Porry battled on court six, but fell to Laura Oldham 6-4, 6-3 while No. 120 Cartwright dropped her match to No. 45 Smyth, 6-4, 6-2 leaving the deciding match to be on court two.

"It was a true team effort," Hyde said. "You lose the doubles point and then you turn around against a top team and win four singles matches to clinch, that tells you a lot about the guts of this team."

No. 37 Florida State 4, No. 27 Arizona 3
Doubles
No. 1: #30 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Shayne Austin/Lacey Smyth (UA) 8-2
No. 2: Lauren Marker/Kim Stubbe (UA) d. Duda Santos/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Akilah James/Susan McRann (UA) d. Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #45 Lacey Smyth (UA) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #106 Kim Stubbe (UA) 7-5, 3-6, 6-2
No. 3: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Lauren Marker (UA) 6-3, 6-2
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Akilah James (UA) 6-4, 6-2
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) d. Shayne Austin (UA) 6-0, 6-1
No. 6: Laura Oldham (UA) d. Laurence Porry (FSU) 6-4, 6-3


GEORGIA 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
05/10/2014, ATHENS, GA, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Fall to Top-Seeded Georgia.

The No. 37 Seminoles are eliminated from the NCAA Championships by No. 1 Georgia by a score of 4-0 on May 10.

ATHENS, GA - After a dramatic 4-3 upset over No. 27 Arizona on Friday, the No. 37 Florida State women's tennis team fell to top-seeded Georgia 4-0 on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

"Georgia is the top seed for a reason," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They played well and they didn't give us any opportunities today. We went for it, riding the momentum from yesterday's win and fell short."

Due to inclement weather prior to the match, the doubles portion was played indoors.

Following a quick 8-2 win in doubles on Friday against Arizona's top pair, the 30th-ranked duo of Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright had their hands full by facing the No. 2 tandem in the nation of Maho Kowase and Lauren Herring on court one to start the day. Kowase and Herring proved to be too much for Borthwick and Cartwright as they took the match 8-1.

Georgia grabbed the doubles points after Mia Vriens and Kristina Schleich fell in their match on court three to Lilly Kimbell and Caroline Brinson, 8-3.

The contest on court two went unfinished, however Daniela Schippers and Duda Santos were trailing 7-2.

Moving back to the outdoor portion of the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, the Bulldogs took six first sets in singles.

On court four, Schippers fell to No. 106 Kimbell, 6-1, 6-1 before Vriens dropped her match on court three to 20th-ranked Kowase, 6-1, 6-3.

Georgia completed the 4-0 sweep after sixth-ranked Herring defeated No. 120 Cartwright on court one by a score of 6-2, 6-0. The matches on courts two, five and six went unfinished.

In her final match as a Seminole, Schleich fell 6-1 out of the gate against Kate Fuller before recharging to take the lead in the second on court five. Schleich was serving for the set up 5-4, 40-30 when play was called.

Also finishing out her career was Laurence Porry, who played the match on court six against Mia King. Porry fought through her first set, falling 7-6 in the tiebreak. Porry was trailing 2-0 in the second when play stopped.

"Both Laurence and Kristina played the way seniors should play on a day like this," Hyde said. "It was great to see them end their collegiate careers on that note."

On court two, Borthwick took on No. 15 Garcia and fell behind 6-3, 4-1 when the match ended.

"I am very proud how we closed out the season," Hyde said. "That was a big win for us yesterday and I couldn't be more proud of how the ladies came through in the postseason."

No. 1 Georgia 4, No. 37 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: #2 Lauren Herring/Maho Kowase (UGA) d. #30 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-1
No. 2: Duda Santos/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. #19 Kate Fuller/Silvia Garcia (UGA) 2-7 dnf
No. 3: Caroline Brinson/Lilly Kimbell (UGA) d. Kristina Schleich/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #6 Lauren Herring (UGA) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. #15 Silvia Garcia (UGA) 3-6, 1-4 dnf
No. 3: #20 Maho Kowase (UGA) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 4: #102 Lilly Kimbell (UGA) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 5: Kristina Schleich (FSU) vs. Kate Fuller (UGA) 1-6, 5-4 dnf
No. 6: Laurence Porry (FSU) vs. Mia King (UGA) 6-7(6), 0-2 dnf


NCAA SINGLES & DOUBLES
05/26/2014, May 22-26, 2014, Athens, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminole Duo Fall In NCAA Championships.

Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick lose their first round match in the 2014 NCAA Doubles Championships.

ATHENS, GA - The No. 30-ranked doubles team of Kerrie Cartwright and Daneika Borthwick were defeated by No. 78 Michaela Capannolo and Yuki Chiang from Pepperdine by a score of 1-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Doubles Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Georgia.

"For 12 games, and to get up 6-1, 4-1, the girls played perfectly and nearly flawless tennis," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "They were in complete attack mode, they were very sharp with their execution and fundamentals and were in complete control of the match. Up 4-1 in the 2nd set, Pepperdine really started swinging out and playing very aggressively which forced us to back off a bit.

"We needed to make an adjustment at that point, needed to stay fundamentally solid and needed to expose their weakness more, but we didn't quite do that like we needed. We had too many errors from that point forward in the match and gave away too many freebies."

The Noles started out set one by exchanging games on serve at 1-1 before taking the next five games in a row to close out a dominant first set, 6-1.

In set two, the Pepperdine pair struck first and grabbed a 1-0 lead but FSU stormed back to take a 4-1 lead. Pepperdine's Capannolo and Chiang broke serve and held serve to get within one at 4-3. The Waves' duo continued their scoring streak and secured the next three games and the set, winning 6-4 to force the decisive third set.

The third set was tightly contested as each team traded the first five games as Pepperdine got out to a 3-2 lead. The pair of Waves then pulled away in the set and won the match 6-2.

Cartwright and Borthwick ended the season with a 14-9 record together, including a 12-4 mark during the spring dual-match season.

"It's frustrating to lose a match where we played 90 percent of the match as solid as we did, but you have to keep the foot on the gas pedal and finish the job," added Hyde. "These girls worked very hard to get to where they are and I hate it for them that they weren't able to move on to the next round.

"At the same time, they have a lot to build on looking ahead to this summer and to next season. They've improved and grown a ton this season as a partnership. They have both led successfully at the top two spots in our singles and doubles lineups all year in the toughest tennis conference in the nation and they both have many more big moments ahead of them as we look ahead to next year."


05/22/2014
Doubles
#78 Michaela Capannolo/Yuki Chiang (PU) d. #30 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 1-6, 6-4, 6-2