Florida State Women's Tennis - 2015 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Tennis - 2015 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Jennifer Hyde, Head Coach
Tami Brown, Director of Operations
Zsuzsanna Fodor, Assistant Coach
Giorgia Pozzan, Volunteer Assistant
Brodie Quinn, Strength and Conditioning

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2014-15 Women's Tennis


2015 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Gabriella Castaneda, Miramar

Yukako Noi, Gojo, Japan

Kathryn Phillips, Cortez

Lana Rush, London, England


2015 Roster - By Name

L
T                                  PY
R Name                  Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
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* Daneika Borthwick     5-7   Jr-R **   Cumbria, England (Nelson Thomlinson)
* Kerrie Cartwright     5-6   Sr   **   Nassau, Bahamas (Tyler JC)
* Gabriella Castaneda         Fr        Miramar (Broward Virtual)
* Emily Fanning               Fr-R      Timaru, New Zealand (Te Kura)
* Yukako Noi                  Jr        Gojo, Japan (Nishinomiya Koei/Virginia Commonwealth)
  Kathryn Phillips            Fr        Cortez (IMG Academies)
* Lana Rush                   Fr        London, England (Cheam)
* Daniela Schippers           So   *    Guatemala City, Guatemala (Laurel Springs)
* Mia Vriens                  Sr   ***  Sydney, Australia (Galston)

2015 Schedule and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
09/28
Ref
N
FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
September 26-28, 2014, Greenville, SC
 
09/29
Ref
N
ALL-AMERICAN QUALIFYING
September 27-29, 2014, Los Angeles, Ca
 
10/05
Ref
N
ALL-AMERICAN MAIN DRAW
October 1-5, 2014, Malibu, Ca
 
10/12
Ref
N
BEDFORD CUP
October 10-12, 2015, Jacksonville, Fl
 
10/20
Ref
N
ITA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 17-20, 2015, Atlanta, Ga
 
11/02
Ref
N
USTA CLAY COURT INVITATIONAL
October 30-November 2, 2014, Orlando, Fl
 
01/18
Ref
N
MAL MOORE INVITATIONAL
January 16-18, 2015, Tuscaloosa, Al
 
01/24
Ref
N
SOUTH FLORIDA
ITA Kick-Off Weekend, Coral Gables, Fl
W 4-1
01/25
Ref
A
MIAMI
ITA Kick-Off Weekend
L 0-5
02/14
Ref
H
FLORIDA GULF COAST W 4-0
02/14
Ref
H
FLORIDA A&M W 4-1
02/18
Ref
H
FLORIDA L 3-4
02/21
Ref
H
AIR FORCE W 6-1
02/21
Ref
H
MERCER W 4-0
02/27
Ref
H
CLEMSON L 3-4
03/01
Ref
H
WAKE FOREST W 7-0
03/07
Ref
A
VIRGINIA TECH L 2-4
03/08
Ref
A
VIRGINIA L 1-6
03/12
Ref
A
SOUTH FLORIDA W 6-1
03/17
Ref
A
GEORGIA TECH W 4-3
03/20
Ref
H
NOTRE DAME L 3-4
03/22
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 5-2
03/22
Ref
H
FLORIDA A&M W 4-0
03/27
Ref
A
BOSTON COLLEGE L 3-4
03/29
Ref
H
SYRACUSE W 7-0
04/02
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA L 2-5
04/04
Ref
H
DUKE L 0-4
04/10
Ref
A
LOUISVILLE W 4-1
04/12
Ref
A
PITTSBURGH W 6-1
04/18
Ref
A
MIAMI L 2-5
04/22
Ref
N
PITTSBURGH
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-0
04/23
Ref
N
NOTRE DAME
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-3
04/24
Ref
N
MIAMI
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-3
04/25
Ref
N
GEORGIA TECH
ACC, Chapel Hill, NC
L 3-4
EOY Stats Ref

                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
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FSU RECORD IS   16-11     8- 5     4- 5     4- 1


2015 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1  NORTH CAROLINA       14- 0    30- 2 
 2  MIAMI                12- 2    18- 7 
 3t DUKE                 11- 3    17-10 
 3t VIRGINIA             11- 3    23- 6 
 5  CLEMSON              10- 4    18-10 
 6  GEORGIA TECH          9- 5    17-10 
 7  NOTRE DAME            8- 6    14-11 
 8t BOSTON COLLEGE        7- 7    13-12 
 8t VIRGINIA TECH         7- 7    17-10 
10  FLORIDA STATE         6- 8    16-11 
11  WAKE FOREST           4-10    14-13 
12  SYRACUSE              3-11     8-13 
13  LOUISVILLE            2-12    12-17 
14  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  1-13    11-16 
15  PITTSBURGH            0-14     2-18 

2015 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Cary, NC
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
04/22/2015  (13)LOUISVILLE 4, (12)SYRACUSE 3                    Round 1
04/22/2015  (10)FLORIDA STATE 4, PITTSBURGH 0                   Round 1
04/22/2015  (14)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 4, (11)WAKE FOREST 2       Round 1
04/23/2015  (10)FLORIDA STATE 4, (7)NOTRE DAME 3                Round 2
04/23/2015  (9)VIRGINIA TECH 4, (8)BOSTON COLLEGE 3             Round 2
04/23/2015  (5)CLEMSON 4, (13)LOUISVILLE 0                      Round 2
04/23/2015  (6)GEORGIA TECH 4, (14)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0       Round 2
04/24/2015  (1)NORTH CAROLINA 4, (9)VIRGINIA TECH 0             Round 3
04/24/2015  (10)FLORIDA STATE 4, (2)MIAMI 3                     Round 3
04/24/2015  (4)VIRGINIA 4, (5)CLEMSON 1                         Round 3
04/24/2015  (6)GEORGIA TECH 4, (3)DUKE 3                        Round 3
04/25/2015  (6)GEORGIA TECH 4, (10)FLORIDA STATE 3              Round 4
04/25/2015  (4)VIRGINIA 4, (1)NORTH CAROLINA 1                  Round 4
04/26/2015  (4)VIRGINIA 4, (6)GEORGIA TECH 0                    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   7-9   9-6   3-2        6-7    15-8                                      21-15
Kerrie Cartwright             73   2-12  4-10  4-2        5-6           9-13                               14-19
Gabriella Castaneda          116   5-4  11-2   8-6       10-4           1-0   6-2   9-4                    26-10
Emily Fanning                      1-3   6-5   9-5        9-9                             5-7   7-0        21-16
Yukako Noi                    79   3-6   7-7   4-5        8-6           0-1  11-6   4-2                    23-15
Kathryn Phillips                                                                                0-1         0-1
Lana Rush                          0-1   0-2   1-1        6-6                                   0-3         6-9
Daniela Schippers                  1-3   8-3   4-2        7-6                       0-1   5-3   9-2        21-12
Mia Vriens                               0-1   1-2                                  0-1   3-0   0-1         3-2
Totals                                                   51-44   15-8  10-14 17-8  13-8  13-10 16-7       135-99

Doubles Results Highest vs Tie Fall/Spring Name Rank Rank ACC Break Tournaments 1 2 3 NCAA Total --------------------------------------------- ------- ----- ----- ----- ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright 9 0-4 2-4 0-1 3-3 3-4 6-7 Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning 0-3 0-1 3-2 2-2 5-4 Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi 69 2-3 6-2 0-1 5-4 2-1 7-5 Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda 0-2 1-0 1-0 2-2 Kerrie Cartwright/Lana Rush 1-0 1-0 1-0 Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens 3-0 4-2 0-2 6-4 6-4 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning 40 4-2 6-2 0-2 5-4 1-2 9-0 15-6 Gabriella Castaneda/Yukako Noi 1-0 1-0 Yukako Noi/Lana Rush 1-3 1-2 1-3 2-5 Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-1 1-2 3-5 Yukako Noi/Mia Vriens 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers 0-1 2-4 2-4 Lana Rush/Mia Vriens 1-0 1-0 Totals 16-20 11-12 14-2 11-10 52-44

Daneika Borthwick
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2014            T  Nicole Long               OREGON               W   6-4, 6-0               1-0
09/27/2014            T  Gabrielle Smith           SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  W   7-5, 6-1               2-0
09/28/2014       113  T  Kenna Kilgo               TEXAS TECH           W   6-1, 6-2               3-0
10/01/2014       121  T  Shannon Hudson            ARKANSAS             W   7-6(2), 6-0            4-0
10/01/2014        60  T  Klara Fabikova            CALIFORNIA             L 6-4, 7-6(6)            4-1
10/10/2014            T  Silvia Fuentes            MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1               4-2
10/17/2014        51  T  Kourtney Keegan           FLORIDA              W   0-6, 6-3, 6-4          5-2
10/18/2014            T  Hannah King               GEORGIA                L 6-1, 4-6, 6-4          5-3
10/30/2014            T  Abbi Melrose              OKLAHOMA             W   6-2, 7-5               6-3
10/31/2014            T  Cassandra Vazquez         NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-4               6-4
01/16/2015   46   25  T  Erin Routiffe             ALABAMA                L 6-0, 6-4               6-5
01/17/2015   46  121  T  Paige Hourigan            GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 7-6(6)            6-6
01/18/2015   46       T  Manon Peri                NORTHWESTERN           L 6-1, 4-6, withdrew     6-7
01/24/2015   46       1  Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 6-1, 6-7(), 3-4 dnf    6-7   0-0
01/25/2015   46    7  1  Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                dnf 7-6(10) dnf            6-7   0-0
02/14/2015   81       1  Sarah Means               FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-2, 5-4 dnf           6-7   0-0
02/14/2015   81       1  Alexis Dean               FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1               7-7   1-0
02/18/2015   81    6  1  Brooke Austin             FLORIDA                L 6-3, 6-3               7-8   1-1
02/21/2015   81       1  Natasha Rizvi             AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 7-6(6)            8-8   2-1
02/21/2015   81       1  Xandra Fougner            MERCER               W   6-0, 6-1               9-8   3-1
02/27/2015  101   20  1  Joana Eidukonyte          CLEMSON                L 7-5, 7-5               9-9   3-2   0-1
03/01/2015  101       1  Xue Zhang                 WAKE FOREST          W   6-1, 3-6, 6-2         10-9   4-2   1-1
03/07/2015  101   81  1  Ilinca Stoica             VIRGINIA TECH        W   7-6(4), 6-1           11-9   5-2   2-1
03/08/2015  101    1  1  Julia Elbaba              VIRGINIA               L 6-1, 6-1              11-10  5-3   2-2
03/12/2015   99       1  Olaya Garrido-Rivas       SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-3              12-10  6-3
03/17/2015   99   92  1  Johnnise Renaud           GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0, 6-4              13-10  7-3   3-2
03/20/2015   99       1  Quinn Gleason             NOTRE DAME           W   6-2, 6-2              14-10  8-3   4-2
03/22/2015   99       1  Liza Fieldsend            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-3, 6-3              15-10  9-3   5-2
03/22/2015   99       1  Symone Townsend           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0              16-10 10-3
03/27/2015   93   87  1  Jessica Wacnik            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   7-5, 7-6(5)           17-10 11-3   6-2
03/29/2015   93       1  Amanda Rodgers            SYRACUSE             W   6-2, 6-2              18-10 12-3   7-2
04/02/2015   93    9  1  Jamie Loeb                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-4, 6-3              18-11 12-4   7-3
04/04/2015   93       1  Beatrice Capra            DUKE                   L 6-1, 6-4              18-12 12-5   7-4
04/10/2015   89       1  Elle Stokes               LOUISVILLE           W   6-3, 6-1              19-12 13-5   8-4
04/12/2015   89       1  Lolade Ogungbesan         PITTSBURGH             L 7-6(), 2-6, 1-0(6)    19-13 13-6   8-5
04/18/2015   80    8  1  Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 7-5, 6-3              19-14 13-7   8-6
04/22/2015   88       1  Lolade Ogungbesan         PITTSBURGH           dnf 6-2, 2-1 dnf          19-14 13-7
04/23/2015   88       1  Quinn Gleason             NOTRE DAME           W   6-0, 6-4              20-14 14-7
04/24/2015   88   10  1  Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-2              20-15 14-8
04/25/2015   88  102  1  Johnnise Renaud           GEORGIA TECH         W   4-6, 7-5, 6-3         21-15 15-8

Kerrie Cartwright
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2014   91       T  Meredith Xepoleas         SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA    L 3-6, 7-6(3), 6-3       0-1
10/10/2014   91       T  Olaya Garrido             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   3-6, 7-5, 7-5          1-1
10/11/2014   91   89  T  Belinda Woodstock         FLORIDA                L 6-2, 6-2               1-2
10/17/2014   91       T  Mia King                  GEORGIA              W   6-2, 6-3               2-2
10/18/2014   91       T  Rasheeda MaAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-2, 7-6(7)            2-3
10/30/2014   91       T  Lily Miyazaki             OKLAHOMA             W   1-6, 6-1, 6-2          3-3
10/31/2014   91       T  Karyn Guttormsen          OKLAHOMA STATE       W   6-3, 6-1               4-3
10/31/2014   91   95  T  Tristen Dewar             CLEMSON                L 6-2, 3-6, 6-2          4-4
01/16/2015        56  T  Danielle Spielmann        ALABAMA                L 6-1, 6-1               4-5
01/17/2015        63  T  Johnise Renaud            GEORGIA TECH         W   3-6, 7-5, 7-5          5-5
01/18/2015            T  Lok Sze Leung             NORTHWESTERN           L 6-1, 6-2               5-6
01/24/2015            2  Vera Bessonova            SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 4-6, 6-4, 2-5 dnf      5-6   0-0
01/25/2015        39  2  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-0               5-7   0-1
02/14/2015            2  Breana Stampfli           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1, 7-6(1)            6-7   1-1
02/14/2015            2  Symone Townsend           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-1, 5-1 dnf           6-7   1-1
02/18/2015         3  2  Josie Kuhlman             FLORIDA              W   6-2, 6-3               7-7   2-1
02/21/2015            2  Mary Meyers               AIR FORCE            W   6-0, 6-0               8-7   3-1
02/21/2015            2  Grace Korta               MERCER               W   6-0, 6-1               9-7   4-1
02/27/2015   73   58  2  Romy Koelzer              CLEMSON                L 7-6(7), 6-1            9-8   4-2   0-1
03/01/2015   73       2  Andrea Retolaza           WAKE FOREST          W   6-3, 6-1              10-8   5-2   1-1
03/07/2015   73       2  Francesca Fusinato        VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-1, 6-0              10-9   5-3   1-2
03/08/2015   73   32  2  Danielle Collins          VIRGINIA               L 6-3, 6-2              10-10  5-4   1-3
03/12/2015   89       2  Vera Bessonova            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 6-3              11-10  6-4
03/17/2015   89   64  2  Paige Hourigan            GEORGIA TECH           L 6-2, 6-2              11-11  6-5   1-4
03/20/2015   89       2  Monica Robinson           NOTRE DAME             L 5-7, 3-6              11-12  6-6   1-5
03/22/2015   89       2  Elisha Hande              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-3, 6-1              12-12  7-6   2-5
03/27/2015  102  115  2  Lexi Borr                 BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-2, 6-3              12-13  7-7   2-6
03/29/2015  102       2  Valeria Salazar           SYRACUSE             W   7-6(5), 7-5           13-13  8-7   3-6
04/02/2015  102   17  2  Hayley Carter             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-3              13-14  8-8   3-7
04/04/2015  102   38  2  Ester Goldfeld            DUKE                   L 6-3, 6-0              13-15  8-9   3-8
04/10/2015  111       2  Manuela Velasquez         LOUISVILLE             L 6-3, 6-2              13-16  8-10  3-9
04/12/2015  111       2  Audrey Ann Blakely        PITTSBURGH           W   1-6, 7-5, 6-3         14-16  9-10  4-9
04/18/2015  119   38  2  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-4              14-17  9-11  4-10
04/22/2015  118       2  Audrey Ann Blakely        PITTSBURGH           dnf 4-6, 1-2 dnf          14-17  9-11
04/23/2015  118       2  Monica Robinson           NOTRE DAME             L 6-4, 6-3              14-18  9-12
04/24/2015  118   40  2  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 6-4, 7-6(4)           14-19  9-13

Gabriella Castaneda
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2014        39  T  Frances Altick            VANDERBILT           W   6-3, 6-3               1-0
09/27/2014            T  Shelby Talcott            IOWA                 W   7-5, 6-7(4), 7-5       2-0
09/28/2014            T  Ansley Speaks             FURMAN               W   6-2, 6-2               3-0
10/10/2014            T  Nina Nagode               FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-1, 6-3               4-0
10/11/2014            T  Marina Cunningham         NORTH FLORIDA        W   0-6, 6-1, 6-2          5-0
10/11/2014            T  Nerma Caluk               FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-2, 6-4               6-0
10/12/2014            T  Emily Fanning             FLORIDA STATE        W   6-3, 7-5               7-0
10/17/2014       111  T  Monique Albuquerque       MIAMI                W   7-6(3), 6-2            8-0
10/18/2014            T  Mariana Gould             GEORGIA              W   6-7(5), 7-5, 6-4       9-0
10/18/2014        14  T  Brianna Morgan            FLORIDA                L 5-7, 6-2, 6-0          9-1
10/30/2014            T  Marta Burak               YOUNGSTOWN STATE       L 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-4       9-2
10/31/2014            T  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                W   6-3, 6-4              10-2
11/01/2014            T  Alexis Casati             ILLINOIS               L 4-6, 6-4, 1-0(9)      10-3
01/16/2015            T  Luicelena Perez           ALABAMA                L 6-2, 5-7, 6-2         10-4
01/24/2015            3  Olga Martinex             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 4-6, 6-2         11-4   1-0
01/25/2015        94  3  Lina Lileikite            MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1              11-5   1-1
02/14/2015            3  Johanna Sterkel           FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 5-7, 2-2 dnf          11-5   1-1
02/14/2015            3  Shantal Blackwood         FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-0              12-5   2-1
02/18/2015        44  4  Kourtney Keegan           FLORIDA                L 4-6, 6-3, 7-5         12-6   2-2
02/21/2015            4  Tracy Landram             AIR FORCE            W   6-0, 6-1              13-6   3-2
02/21/2015            3  Haley Powell              MERCER               dnf 6-1, 3-0 dnf          13-6   3-2
02/27/2015        82  3  Beatrice Gumulya          CLEMSON              W   6-2, 6-4              14-6   4-2   1-0
03/01/2015            3  Samantha Asch             WAKE FOREST          W   6-0, 2-6, 6-2         15-6   5-2   2-0
03/07/2015       104  3  Caroline Daxhelet         VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4, 6-2              15-7   5-3   2-1
03/08/2015            4  Skylar Morton             VIRGINIA             W   7-5, 6-4              16-7   6-3   3-1
03/12/2015            4  Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 5-7, 7-5, 1-0(5)      16-8   6-4
03/17/2015            4  Kendal Woodward           GEORGIA TECH         W   6-4, 7-5              17-8   7-4   4-1
03/20/2015            4  Mary Closs                NOTRE DAME             L 7-6(3), 6-3           17-9   7-5   4-2
03/22/2015            4  Sophie Nelson             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-2, 6-0              18-9   8-5   5-2
03/22/2015            2  Alexis Dean               FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-1              19-9   9-5
03/27/2015            4  Katya Vasilyev            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   2-6, 6-2, 6-2         20-9  10-5   6-2
03/29/2015            4  Breanna Bachini           SYRACUSE             W   6-4, 6-1              21-9  11-5   7-2
04/02/2015        72  4  Whitney Kay               NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-3, 6-3              22-9  12-5   8-2
04/04/2015       109  4  Rachel Kahan              DUKE                 dnf 3-6, 6-1, 1-0 dnf     22-9  12-5   8-2
04/10/2015            4  Olivia Boesing            LOUISVILLE           dnf 6-1, 5-5 dnf          22-9  12-5   8-2
04/12/2015            4  Callie Frey               PITTSBURGH           W   4-6, 6-4, 7-5         23-9  13-5   9-2
04/18/2015        76  3  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                W   7-6(5), 6-2           24-9  14-5  10-2
04/22/2015  116       4  Callie Frey               PITTSBURGH           dnf 6-1, 4-2              24-9  14-5
04/23/2015  116       4  Mary Closs                NOTRE DAME             L 7-5, 6-1              24-10 14-6
04/24/2015  116       4  Silvia Fuentes            MIAMI                W   6-3, 6-4              25-10 15-6
04/25/2015  116       3  Kendal Woodard            GEORGIA TECH         W   7-5, 6-7(3), 6-1      26-10 16-6

Emily Fanning
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2014       114  T  Brigit Folland            SOUTH CAROLINA         L 6-3, 6-2               0-1
09/27/2014            T  Tori Olivarez             TENNESSEE              L 6-0, 2-6, 6-4          0-2
09/28/2014            T  Alex Moreno-Kaste         FURMAN                 L 2-6, 6-1, 6-2          0-3
10/10/2014            T  Judith Bohenkamp          MIAMI                W   6-1, 6-0               1-3
10/11/2014            T  Breana Stampfli           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   3-1, retired           2-3
10/11/2014            T  Taylor Hollander          NORTH FLORIDA        W   3-6, 6-2, 6-4          3-3
10/12/2014            T  Gabby Castaneda           FLORIDA STATE          L 6-3, 7-5               3-4
10/17/2014            T  Caroline Brinson          GEORGIA                L 6-0, 6-1               3-5
10/18/2014            T  Jessica Cortes            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   3-6, 7-6(), 6-2        4-5
10/18/2014            T  Virginie Stein            KENNESAW STATE       W   6-2, 3-6, 6-3          5-5
10/19/2014            T  Silvia Fuentes            MIAMI                W   6-3, 3-6, 6-3          6-5
10/19/2014            T  Alizee Michaud            STETSON                L 6-1, 6-2               6-6
10/30/2014            T  Sofia Baptista            CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   7-5, 6-4               7-6
10/31/2014            T  Raluca Mita               VIRGINIA TECH        W   2-6, 6-2, 6-3          8-6
10/31/2014            T  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                W   7-6(6), 7-5            9-6
11/01/2014            T  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 7-6(3), 2-6, 6-4       9-7
01/16/2015            T  Natalia Maynetto          ALABAMA                L 6-2 [one set]          9-8
01/17/2015            T  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4 [one set]          9-9
01/24/2015            5  Juliana Cardosa           SOUTH FLORIDA          L 2-6, 6-3, 3-0 ret      9-10  0-1
02/14/2015            6  Julianna Curtis           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-2, 6-2              10-10  1-1
02/18/2015        91  5  Peggy Porter              FLORIDA                L 7-5, 7-5              10-11  1-2
02/21/2015            6  Carley Hatcliff           AIR FORCE            W   6-4, 6-1              11-11  2-2
02/21/2015            6  Laura Kelly               MERCER               W   6-0, 6-0              12-11  3-2
02/27/2015       119  5  Tristin Dewar             CLEMSON              W   1-6, 7-6(5), 6-4      13-11  4-2   1-0
03/01/2015            5  Kasey Gardiner            WAKE FOREST          W   6-0, 6-3              14-11  5-2   2-0
03/07/2015            5  Kelly Williford           VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4, 6-4              14-12  5-3   2-1
03/08/2015            5  Maci Epstein              VIRGINIA               L 6-3, retired          14-13  5-4   2-2
03/17/2015            5  Megan Kurey               GEORGIA TECH         W   3-6, 6-3, 7-6(3)      15-13  6-4   3-2
03/20/2015            5  Allison Miller            NOTRE DAME             L 6-2, 6-2              15-14  6-5   3-3
03/22/2015            5  Tayla Stenta              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   7-5, 6-1              16-14  7-5   4-3
03/22/2015            4  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-1, 5-0 dnf          16-14  7-5
03/27/2015            5  Emily Safron              BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-4, 6-4              16-15  7-6   4-4
03/29/2015            5  Komal Safdar              SYRACUSE             W   3-6, 6-3, 6-4         17-15  8-6   5-4
04/10/2015            6  Chloe Willets             LOUISVILLE           dnf 7-6(3), 3-2 dnf       17-15  8-6   5-4
04/12/2015            6  Amanda Wickman            PITTSBURGH           W   6-1, 6-0              18-15  9-6   6-4
04/18/2015       115  5  Lina Lileikite            MIAMI                  L 7-6(5), 1-6, 1-0(2)   18-16  9-7   6-5
04/22/2015            6  Molly Wickman             PITTSBURGH           W   6-2, 6-0              19-16 10-7
04/24/2015            6  Monique Albuquerque       MIAMI                W   6-4, 6-4              20-16 11-7
04/25/2015            6  Alexis Prokopuik          GEORGIA TECH         W   6-1, 3-6, 6-0         21-16 12-7

Yukako Noi
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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10/01/2014   79   69  T  Gabriella De Santis       OHIO STATE           W   6-1, 6-1               1-0
10/01/2014   79   34  T  Saska Gavrilovska         TEXAS A&M              L 6-3, 7-5               1-1
10/10/2014   79       T  Spencer Liang             FLORIDA              W   2-6, 6-1, 6-0          2-1
10/11/2014   79       T  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 6-7(), 7-6(), 6-3      2-2
10/17/2014   79       T  Stefani Stojic            FLORIDA                L 6-2, 6-3               2-3
10/18/2014   79       T  Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer      GEORGIA TECH         W   7-6(0), 6-3            3-3
10/18/2014   79       T  Hailey Grillo             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-1, 6-2               4-3
10/19/2014   79       T  Monique Albuquerue        MIAMI                  L 6-1, 3-0 retired       4-4
10/31/2014   79       T  Katelyn Jackson           TEXAS TECH           W   6-3, 6-3               5-4
10/31/2014   79       T  Sansitha Nandakumar       VIRGINIA TECH        W   3-6, 6-3, 6-3          6-4
11/01/2014   79       T  Wendy Zhang               MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-3               6-5
01/16/2015        59  T  Maya Jansen               ALABAMA                L 3-6, 6-2, 6-3          6-6
01/17/2015            T  Kendal Woodard            GEORGIA TECH         W   6-3, 6-4               7-6
01/18/2015            T  Brooke Rischbieth         NORTHWESTERN         W   2-6, 6-3, 1-0(10-4)    8-6
01/24/2015            4  Jessica Cortes Chavez     SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-5, 6-4               9-6   1-0
01/25/2015        88  4  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                dnf 4-6, 2-3 dnf           9-6   1-0
02/14/2015            4  Elizabeth Means           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-3, 6-2              10-6   2-0
02/14/2015            4  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0              11-6   3-0
02/18/2015        13  3  Brianna Morgan            FLORIDA              W   7-5, 6-4              12-6   4-0
02/21/2015            3  Chloe Forlini             AIR FORCE              L 7-5, 1-6, 1-0(8)      12-7   4-1
02/21/2015            4  Roxy Bartz                MERCER               dnf 6-1, 1-2 dnf          12-7   4-1
02/27/2015   83       4  Jessy Rompies             CLEMSON                L 6-4, 6-4              12-8   4-2   0-1
03/01/2015   83       4  Luisa Fernandez           WAKE FOREST          W   6-4, 6-4              13-8   5-2   1-1
03/07/2015   83       4  Elena Cerezo-Codina       VIRGINIA TECH          L 3-6, 6-3, 6-3         13-9   5-3   1-2
03/08/2015   83   27  3  Stephanie Nauta           VIRGINIA               L 6-2, 6-2              13-10  5-4   1-3
03/12/2015  114       3  Jessica Cortes            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-3              14-10  6-4
03/17/2015  114       3  Natasha Prokhnevska       GEORGIA TECH         W   7-6(2), 7-6(11)       15-10  7-4   2-3
03/20/2015  114       3  Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   6-2, 6-3              16-10  8-4   3-3
03/22/2015  114       3  Nicole Martinez           NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(8)      16-11  8-5   3-4
03/22/2015  114       3  Shantal Blackwood         FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0              17-11  9-5
03/27/2015  117       3  Asiya Dair                BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-1, 7-6(6)           17-12  9-6   3-5
03/29/2015  117       3  Rhiann Newborn            SYRACUSE             W   6-2, 6-2              18-12 10-6   4-5
04/02/2015  117   18  3  Caroline Price            NORTH CAROLINA         L 7-5, 6-4              18-13 10-7   4-6
04/04/2015  117   55  3  Samantha Harris           DUKE                   L 6-4, 6-4              18-14 10-8   4-7
04/10/2015            3  Jessie Lynn Paul          LOUISVILLE           W   6-3, 6-2              19-14 11-8   5-7
04/12/2015            3  Amber Washington          PITTSBURGH           W   6-2, 6-3              20-14 12-8   6-7
04/22/2015            3  Amber Washington          PITTSBURGH           W   6-4, 6-0              21-14 13-8
04/23/2015            3  Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   6-1, 6-1              22-14 14-8
04/24/2015        74  3  Clementina Riobueno       MIAMI                W   7-6(5), 1-6, 6-2      23-14 15-8
04/25/2015        53  2  Paige Hourigan            GEORGIA TECH           L 6-3, 6-2              23-15 15-9

Kathryn Phillips
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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02/14/2015            6  Elyisa Ortiz              FLORIDA A&M            L 6-1, 6-1               0-1   0-1

Lana Rush
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2014            T  Karlee Bryde              FURMAN               W   6-1, 6-4               1-0
09/27/2014            T  Laurence Guevremont       TENNESSEE              L 7-6(7), 6-4            1-1
09/28/2014            T  Carmen Blanco             ALABAMA              W   6-1, 6-2               2-1
10/10/2014            T  Sofia Baptista            CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   2-6, 6-3, 6-2          3-1
10/18/2014            T  Marisa Ruiz               FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-2, 6-1               4-1
10/19/2014            T  Tarani Kamoe              GEORGIA STATE        W   6-1, 6-2               5-1
10/19/2014            T  Luise Intert              NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 7-5               6-1
10/20/2014            T  Nema Caluk                FL INTERNATIONAL       L 6-4, 6-2               6-2
10/30/2014            T  Maja Salibasic            STETSON                L 6-0, ret.              6-3
01/16/2015            T  Carmen Blanco             ALABAMA                L 4-3 withdrew           6-4
01/17/2015        81  T  Natasha Prokhnevska       GEORGIA TECH           L 6-0 [one set]          6-5
01/18/2015            T  Alex Chatt                NORTHWESTERN           L 6-3 [one set]          6-6
01/25/2015            6  Monique Albuquerque       MIAMI                  L 6-1, 3-0 retired       6-7   0-1
03/22/2015            6  Natalia Janowicz          NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 5-7, 6-3, 1-0(10)      6-8   0-2   0-1
03/22/2015            6  Elyisa Ortiz              FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-0, 5-1 dnf           6-8   0-2
04/02/2015            6  Kate Vialle               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 6-3               6-9   0-3   0-2

Daniela Schippers
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2014            T  Joanna Henderson          TENNESSEE            W   6-4, 7-6(4)            1-0
09/27/2014        63  T  Courtney Colton           VANDERBILT             L 6-0, 6-0               1-1
09/28/2014            T  Jessy Rompies             CLEMSON                L 6-3, 6-2               1-2
10/10/2014            T  Nerma Cazuk               FL INTERNATIONAL       L 3-6, 6-3, 6-4          1-3
10/11/2014            T  Chinatsu Kajiwara         BETHUNE-COOKMAN      W   7-6(), 7-6()           2-3
10/11/2014            T  Nina Nagode               FL INTERNATIONAL     W   3-6, 6-4, 7-5          3-3
10/12/2014            T  Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 7-6()             4-3
10/17/2014            T  Marina Cunningham         NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-0, 6-3               5-3
10/18/2014            T  Peggy Porter              FLORIDA                L 6-3, 6-3               5-4
10/30/2014            T  Katherine Butler          VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4, 6-4               5-5
01/16/2015            T  Emily Zabor               ALABAMA                L 6-4, 6-1               5-6
01/17/2015            T  Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer      GEORGIA TECH         W   7-5, 6-4               6-6
01/18/2015            T  Jillian Rooney            NORTHWESTERN         W   6-1, 6-1               7-6
01/24/2015            6  Hailey Grillo             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-0, 6-1               8-6   1-0
01/25/2015        58  5  Wendy Zhang               MIAMI                  L 6-4, 6-1               8-7   1-1
02/14/2015            5  Candela Munoz Giron       FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-4, 3-3 dnf           8-7   1-1
02/18/2015            6  Stefani Stojic            FLORIDA              W   6-2, 6-2               9-7   2-1
02/21/2015            5  Lily Forlini              AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-0              10-7   3-1
02/21/2015            5  Liza Klyachkin            MERCER               dnf 6-0, 4-0 dnf          10-7   3-1
02/27/2015            6  Daniela Ruiz              CLEMSON              W   6-3, 6-2              11-7   4-1   1-0
03/01/2015            6  Karen Forman              WAKE FOREST          W   3-6, 7-6(6), 1-0(6)   12-7   5-1   2-0
03/07/2015            6  Sansitha Nandakumar       VIRGINIA TECH        dnf 6-2, 3-6, 4-2 dnf     12-7   5-1   2-0
03/08/2015            6  Cassie Mercer             VIRGINIA               L 6-3, 7-6(3)           12-8   5-2   2-1
03/12/2015            6  Laura Argente             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-2              13-8   6-2
03/17/2015            6  Alexis Prokopuik          GEORGIA TECH           L 7-6(3), 6-0           13-9   6-3   2-2
03/20/2015            6  Jane Fennelly             NOTRE DAME           W   6-2, 6-3              14-9   7-3   3-2
03/22/2015            5  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-2, 3-1 dnf          14-9   7-3
03/27/2015            6  Heini Salonen             BOSTON COLLEGE       W   2-6, 6-2, 1-0(8)      15-9   8-3   4-2
03/29/2015            6  Nicole Mitchell           SYRACUSE             W   6-2, 6-2              16-9   9-3   5-2
04/02/2015        78  5  Ashley Dai                NORTH CAROLINA       W   7-5, 6-3              17-9  10-3   6-2
04/04/2015            5  Chalena Scholl            DUKE                 dnf 7-6(2), 2-2 dnf       17-9  10-3   6-2
04/10/2015            5  Cassie Pough              LOUISVILLE           W   6-1, 6-3              18-9  11-3   7-2
04/12/2015            5  Katherine Castro          PITTSBURGH           W   1-6, 6-1, 6-2         19-9  12-3   8-2
04/18/2015            4  Silvia Fuentes            MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-0              19-10 12-4   8-3
04/22/2015            5  Katherine Castro          PITTSBURGH           W   6-1, 6-0              20-10 13-4
04/23/2015            6  Jane Fennelly             NOTRE DAME           W   6-3, 6-2              21-10 14-4
04/24/2015       111  5  Lina Lileikite            MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-2              21-11 14-5
04/25/2015            5  Megan Kurey               GEORGIA TECH           L 6-2, 3-6, 7-5         21-12 14-6

Mia Vriens
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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02/14/2015            5  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0               1-0   1-0
03/12/2015            5  Juliana Cardosa           SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-6(6), 6-1            2-0   2-0
04/04/2015            6  Annie Mulholland          DUKE                 dnf 6-4, 2-3 dnf           2-0   2-0   0-0
04/18/2015            6  Monique Albuquerque       MIAMI                  L 4-6, 6-0, 6-1          2-1   2-1   0-1
04/23/2015            5  Allison Miller            NOTRE DAME           W   3-6, 6-4, 6-4          3-1   3-1
04/25/2015            4  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 1-6, 6-3, 6-4          3-2   3-2


Daneika Borthwick
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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10/10/2014    9       T  Kerrie Cartwright         Vera Bessonova/Olaya Garrido             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 8-6                    0-1
10/10/2014    9       T  Kerrie Cartwright         Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means              FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-4                    1-1
10/17/2014    9       T  Kerrie Cartwright         Masa Grgan/Marcia Tere-Apisah            GEORGIA STATE        W   8-2                    2-1
10/17/2014    9       T  Kerrie Cartwright         Caroline Brinson/Laura Patterson         GEORGIA                L 8-6                    2-2
10/30/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Maria Alvarez/Carla Tur Mari             OKLAHOMA STATE       W   8-5                    3-2
10/31/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Jessica Cortes Chaves/Olga Martinez      SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    4-2
11/01/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Lon Sze Leung/Brooke Riscmbieth          NORTHWESTERN         W   6-2, 6-2               5-2
11/02/2014        30  T  Emily Fanning             Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller            AUBURN                 L 7-6(5), 1-6, 1-0(12)   5-3
01/16/2015        18  T  Kerrie Cartwright         Maya Jansen/Erin Routliffe               ALABAMA                L 6-1                    5-4
01/17/2015            T  Emily Fanning             Paige Hourigan/Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4                    5-5
01/18/2015            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Alicia Barnett/Manon Peri                NORTHWESTERN         W   6-3                    6-5
01/24/2015            1  Emily Fanning             Jessica Cortes Chavez/Olaya GarridoRivas SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    7-5   1-0
01/25/2015         8  1  Emily Fanning             Lina Lileikite/Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 6-4                    7-6   1-1
02/14/2015            1  Emily Fanning             Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means              FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-3                    8-6   2-1
02/18/2015         4  1  Emily Fanning             Brooke Austin/Kourtney Keegan            FLORIDA                L 8-2                    8-7   2-2
02/21/2015            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Tracy Landram/Natasha Rizvi              AIR FORCE            W   6-4                    9-7   3-2
02/21/2015            1  Emily Fanning             Roxy Bartz/Grace Korta                   MERCER               dnf 6-4 dnf                9-7   3-2
02/27/2015         1  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies           CLEMSON                L 8-5                    9-8   3-3   0-1
03/01/2015            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Andrea Retolaza/Xue Zhang                WAKE FOREST          W   8-0                   10-8   4-3   1-1
03/07/2015            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Francesca Fusinato/Raluca Mita           VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-6                   11-8   5-3   2-1
03/08/2015            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Danielle Collins/Stephanie Nauta         VIRGINIA               L 8-2                   11-9   5-4   2-2
03/12/2015            1  Kerrie Cartwright         Jessica Cortes/Olaya Garrido             SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-3 dnf               11-9   5-4
03/17/2015        35  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodward           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(5)                11-10  5-5   2-3
03/20/2015        21  1  Kerrie Cartwright         Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME             L 8-0                   11-11  5-6   2-4
03/22/2015        77  2  Yukako Noi                Elisha Hande/Joanna Nalborska            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-2                   12-11  6-6   3-4
03/22/2015            1  Yukako Noi                Elyisa Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0                   13-11  7-6
03/27/2015            2  Yukako Noi                Asiya Dair/Jennifer Reb                  BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-3                   14-11  8-6   4-4
03/29/2015        59  1  Yukako Noi                Komal Safdar/Valeria Salazar             SYRACUSE             dnf 2-1 dnf               14-11  8-6   4-4
04/02/2015        33  2  Yukako Noi                Hayley Carter/Whitney Kay                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   14-12  8-7   4-5
04/04/2015            1  Yukako Noi                Samantha Harris/Annie Mulholland         DUKE                   L 8-6                   14-13  8-8   4-6
04/10/2015            1  Yukako Noi                Elle Stokes/Manuela Velasquez            LOUISVILLE           W   8-1                   15-13  9-8   5-6
04/12/2015            1  Yukako Noi                Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan       PITTSBURGH           W   8-2                   16-13 10-8   6-6
04/18/2015        44  1  Yukako Noi                Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                W   8-4                   17-13 11-8   7-6
04/22/2015   69       1  Yukako Noi                Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan       PITTSBURGH           W   8-4                   18-13 12-8
04/23/2015   69   26  1  Yukako Noi                Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME             L 8-2                   18-14 12-9
04/24/2015   69       1  Yukako Noi                Sinead Lohan/Stephanie Wagner            MIAMI                  L 8-7(3)                18-15 12-10
04/25/2015   69   16  1  Yukako Noi                Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodard            GEORGIA TECH           L 8-0                   18-16 12-11

Kerrie Cartwright
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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10/10/2014    9       T  Daneika Borthwick         Vera Bessonova/Olaya Garrido             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 8-6                    0-1
10/10/2014    9       T  Daneika Borthwick         Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means              FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-4                    1-1
10/17/2014    9       T  Daneika Borthwick         Masa Grgan/Marcia Tere-Apisah            GEORGIA STATE        W   8-2                    2-1
10/17/2014    9       T  Daneika Borthwick         Caroline Brinson/Laura Patterson         GEORGIA                L 8-6                    2-2
10/30/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Annina Brendel/Nehel Sahni               YOUNGSTOWN STATE       L 8-6                    2-3
01/16/2015        18  T  Daneika Borthwick         Maya Jansen/Erin Routliffe               ALABAMA                L 6-1                    2-4
01/17/2015            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnise Renaud       GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4                    2-5
01/18/2015            T  Daneika Borthwick         Alicia Barnett/Manon Peri                NORTHWESTERN         W   6-3                    3-5
01/24/2015            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Juliana Cardosa/Alicia Robinson          SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    4-5   1-0
01/25/2015        37  3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang                 MIAMI                dnf 5-4 dnf                4-5   1-0
02/14/2015            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Candela Munoz Giron/Breana Stampfli      FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-3 dnf                4-5   1-0
02/18/2015         9  2  Gabriella Castaneda       Josie Kuhlman/Peggy Porter               FLORIDA              dnf 3-6 dnf                4-5   1-0
02/21/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Tracy Landram/Natasha Rizvi              AIR FORCE            W   6-4                    5-5   2-0
02/21/2015            2  Gabriella Castaneda       Xandra Fougner/Haley Powell              MERCER               W   8-1                    6-5   3-0
02/27/2015         1  1  Daneika Borthwick         Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies           CLEMSON                L 8-5                    6-6   3-1   0-1
03/01/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Andrea Retolaza/Xue Zhang                WAKE FOREST          W   8-0                    7-6   4-1   1-1
03/07/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Francesca Fusinato/Raluca Mita           VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-6                    8-6   5-1   2-1
03/08/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Danielle Collins/Stephanie Nauta         VIRGINIA               L 8-2                    8-7   5-2   2-2
03/12/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Jessica Cortes/Olaya Garrido             SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-3 dnf                8-7   5-2
03/17/2015        35  1  Daneika Borthwick         Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodward           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(5)                 8-8   5-3   2-3
03/20/2015        21  1  Daneika Borthwick         Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME             L 8-0                    8-9   5-4   2-4
03/22/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Liza Fieldsend/Natalia Janowicz          NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 7-6 dnf                8-9   5-4   2-4
03/27/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev              BOSTON COLLEGE         L 8-7(4)                 8-10  5-5   2-5
03/29/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Breanna Bachini/NIcole Mitchell          SYRACUSE             W   8-0                    9-10  6-5   3-5
04/02/2015        34  3  Mia Vriens                Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle                   NORTH CAROLINA       W   8-3                   10-10  7-5   4-5
04/04/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Beatrice Capra/Rachel Kahan              DUKE                   L 8-6                   10-11  7-6   4-6
04/10/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Jessie Lynn Paul/Cassie Pough            LOUISVILLE           W   8-2                   11-11  8-6   5-6
04/12/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Amber Washington/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-6                   12-11  9-6   6-6
04/18/2015        71  3  Mia Vriens                Lina Lileikite/Wendy Zhang               MIAMI                W   8-3                   13-11 10-6   7-6
04/22/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Amber Washington/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-3                   14-11 11-6
04/23/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly                 NOTRE DAME             L 8-4                   14-12 11-7
04/24/2015        78  3  Mia Vriens                Lina Lilekite/Wendy Zhang                MIAMI                W   8-6                   15-12 12-7
04/25/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud          GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(5)                15-13 12-8

Gabriella Castaneda
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Alex Moreno-Kaste/Ansley Speaks          FURMAN               W   8-4                    1-0
09/26/2014        17  T  Emily Fanning             Sydney Campbell/Courtney Colton          VANDERBILT           W   8-2                    2-0
09/27/2014         8  T  Emily Fanning             Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies           CLEMSON                L 8-3                    2-1
10/10/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Sofia Baptista/Courtney Ceasarini        CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-6                    3-1
10/10/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Spencer Liang/Peggy Porter               FLORIDA              W   8-6                    4-1
10/11/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang                 MIAMI                  L 8-7()                  4-2
10/17/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Jana Hueckinghaus/Virginie Stein         KENNESAW STATE       W   8-3                    5-2
10/17/2014            T  Emily Fanning             Mariana Gould/Ellen Perez                GEORGIA                L 8-7(5)                 5-3
10/30/2014            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Annina Brendel/Nehel Sahni               YOUNGSTOWN STATE       L 8-6                    5-4
01/16/2015   49       T  Emily Fanning             Luicelena Perez/Danielle Spielmann       ALABAMA                L 6-1                    5-5
01/17/2015            T  Kerrie Cartwright         Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnise Renaud       GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4                    5-6
01/24/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Juliana Cardosa/Alicia Robinson          SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    6-6   1-0
01/25/2015        37  3  Kerrie Cartwright         Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang                 MIAMI                dnf 5-4 dnf                6-6   1-0
02/14/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Candela Munoz Giron/Breana Stampfli      FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-3 dnf                6-6   1-0
02/18/2015         9  2  Kerrie Cartwright         Josie Kuhlman/Peggy Porter               FLORIDA              dnf 3-6 dnf                6-6   1-0
02/21/2015            2  Yukako Noi                Lily Forlini/Mary Meyers                 AIR FORCE            W   6-1                    7-6   2-0
02/21/2015            2  Kerrie Cartwright         Xandra Fougner/Haley Powell              MERCER               W   8-1                    8-6   3-0
02/27/2015   53       2  Emily Fanning             Tristin Dewar/Romy Koelzer               CLEMSON              dnf 7-6 (40-0) dnf         8-6   3-0   0-0
03/01/2015   53       2  Emily Fanning             Kasey Gardiner/Kimmy Guerin              WAKE FOREST          dnf 7-6 dnf                8-6   3-0   0-0
03/07/2015   53       2  Emily Fanning             Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford            VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-4                    9-6   4-0   1-0
03/08/2015   53   23  2  Emily Fanning             Cassie Mercer/Skylar Morton              VIRGINIA             dnf 4-5 dnf                9-6   4-0   1-0
03/12/2015   54       2  Emily Fanning             Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                   10-6   5-0
03/17/2015   54   61  2  Emily Fanning             Rasheeda McAdoo/Alexis Prokopuik         GEORGIA TECH         W   8-6                   11-6   6-0   2-0
03/20/2015   54   55  2  Emily Fanning             Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   8-2                   12-6   7-0   3-0
03/22/2015   54       1  Emily Fanning             Nicole Martinez/Sophie Nelson            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                   13-6   8-0   4-0
03/22/2015   54       2  Emily Fanning             Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          W   6-2                   14-6   9-0
03/27/2015   40       1  Emily Fanning             Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik                 BOSTON COLLEGE         L 8-6                   14-7   9-1   4-1
03/29/2015   40       2  Emily Fanning             Rhiann Newborn/Amanda Rodgers            SYRACUSE             W   8-2                   15-7  10-1   5-1
04/02/2015   40   13  1  Emily Fanning             Jamie Loeb/Caroline Price                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   15-8  10-2   5-2
04/04/2015   40       2  Emily Fanning             Ester Goldfeld/Alyssa Smith              DUKE                 dnf 6-5 dnf               15-8  10-2   5-2
04/10/2015   60       2  Emily Fanning             Olivia Boesing/Chloe Willets             LOUISVILLE           dnf 5-5 dnf               15-8  10-2   5-2
04/12/2015   60       2  Emily Fanning             Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey           PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-4 dnf               15-8  10-2   5-2
04/18/2015   54       2  Emily Fanning             Silvia Fuentes/Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                dnf 7-7 dnf               15-8  10-2   5-2
04/22/2015   63       2  Emily Fanning             Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey           PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-6 dnf               15-8  10-2
04/23/2015   63       2  Emily Fanning             Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   8-4                   16-8  11-2
04/24/2015   63   51  2  Emily Fanning             Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                W   8-2                   17-8  12-2
04/25/2015   63       2  Emily Fanning             Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Megan Kurey         GEORGIA TECH         W   8-6                   18-8  13-2

Emily Fanning
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Alex Moreno-Kaste/Ansley Speaks          FURMAN               W   8-4                    1-0
09/26/2014        17  T  Gabriella Castaneda       Sydney Campbell/Courtney Colton          VANDERBILT           W   8-2                    2-0
09/27/2014         8  T  Gabriella Castaneda       Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies           CLEMSON                L 8-3                    2-1
10/10/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Sofia Baptista/Courtney Ceasarini        CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-6                    3-1
10/10/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Spencer Liang/Peggy Porter               FLORIDA              W   8-6                    4-1
10/11/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang                 MIAMI                  L 8-7()                  4-2
10/17/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Jana Hueckinghaus/Virginie Stein         KENNESAW STATE       W   8-3                    5-2
10/17/2014            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Mariana Gould/Ellen Perez                GEORGIA                L 8-7(5)                 5-3
10/30/2014            T  Daneika Borthwick         Maria Alvarez/Carla Tur Mari             OKLAHOMA STATE       W   8-5                    6-3
10/31/2014            T  Daneika Borthwick         Jessica Cortes Chaves/Olga Martinez      SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    7-3
11/01/2014            T  Daneika Borthwick         Lon Sze Leung/Brooke Riscmbieth          NORTHWESTERN         W   6-2, 6-2               8-3
11/02/2014        30  T  Daneika Borthwick         Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller            AUBURN                 L 7-6(5), 1-6, 1-0(12)   8-4
01/16/2015   49       T  Gabriella Castaneda       Luicelena Perez/Danielle Spielmann       ALABAMA                L 6-1                    8-5
01/17/2015            T  Daneika Borthwick         Paige Hourigan/Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4                    8-6
01/24/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Jessica Cortes Chavez/Olaya GarridoRivas SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    9-6   1-0
01/25/2015         8  1  Daneika Borthwick         Lina Lileikite/Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                  L 6-4                    9-7   1-1
02/14/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means              FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-3                   10-7   2-1
02/18/2015         4  1  Daneika Borthwick         Brooke Austin/Kourtney Keegan            FLORIDA                L 8-2                   10-8   2-2
02/21/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Roxy Bartz/Grace Korta                   MERCER               dnf 6-4 dnf               10-8   2-2
02/27/2015   53       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Tristin Dewar/Romy Koelzer               CLEMSON              dnf 7-6 (40-0) dnf        10-8   2-2   0-0
03/01/2015   53       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Kasey Gardiner/Kimmy Guerin              WAKE FOREST          dnf 7-6 dnf               10-8   2-2   0-0
03/07/2015   53       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford            VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-4                   11-8   3-2   1-0
03/08/2015   53   23  2  Gabriella Castaneda       Cassie Mercer/Skylar Morton              VIRGINIA             dnf 4-5 dnf               11-8   3-2   1-0
03/12/2015   54       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                   12-8   4-2
03/17/2015   54   61  2  Gabriella Castaneda       Rasheeda McAdoo/Alexis Prokopuik         GEORGIA TECH         W   8-6                   13-8   5-2   2-0
03/20/2015   54   55  2  Gabriella Castaneda       Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   8-2                   14-8   6-2   3-0
03/22/2015   54       1  Gabriella Castaneda       Nicole Martinez/Sophie Nelson            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                   15-8   7-2   4-0
03/22/2015   54       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson        FLORIDA A&M          W   6-2                   16-8   8-2
03/27/2015   40       1  Gabriella Castaneda       Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik                 BOSTON COLLEGE         L 8-6                   16-9   8-3   4-1
03/29/2015   40       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Rhiann Newborn/Amanda Rodgers            SYRACUSE             W   8-2                   17-9   9-3   5-1
04/02/2015   40   13  1  Gabriella Castaneda       Jamie Loeb/Caroline Price                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   17-10  9-4   5-2
04/04/2015   40       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Ester Goldfeld/Alyssa Smith              DUKE                 dnf 6-5 dnf               17-10  9-4   5-2
04/10/2015   60       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Olivia Boesing/Chloe Willets             LOUISVILLE           dnf 5-5 dnf               17-10  9-4   5-2
04/12/2015   60       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey           PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-4 dnf               17-10  9-4   5-2
04/18/2015   54       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Silvia Fuentes/Stephanie Wagner          MIAMI                dnf 7-7 dnf               17-10  9-4   5-2
04/22/2015   63       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey           PITTSBURGH           dnf 7-6 dnf               17-10  9-4
04/23/2015   63       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel              NOTRE DAME           W   8-4                   18-10 10-4
04/24/2015   63   51  2  Gabriella Castaneda       Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                W   8-2                   19-10 11-4
04/25/2015   63       2  Gabriella Castaneda       Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Megan Kurey         GEORGIA TECH         W   8-6                   20-10 12-4

Yukako Noi
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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10/10/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Caroline Eberhart/Keenan Johnson         CENTRAL FLORIDA        L 8-3                    0-1
10/10/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-3                    1-1
10/11/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Nerma Caluk/Nina Nagode                  FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-5                    1-2
10/30/2014            T  Daniela Schippers         Katherine Butler/Kelly Williford         VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-3                    2-2
10/31/2014            T  Daniela Schippers         Mary Katherine Lewis/Jen Pfeifler        AUBURN                 L 8-6                    2-3
01/16/2015            T  Daniela Schippers         Bennett Dunn/Emily Zabor                 ALABAMA                L 7-6(4)                 2-4
01/17/2015            T  Mia Vriens                Alexis Prokopuik/Kendal Woodard          GEORGIA TECH           L 7-6(5)                 2-5
01/18/2015            T  Mia Vriens                Brooke Rischbieth/Jillian Rooney         NORTHWESTERN         W   6-1                    3-5
01/24/2015            2  Mia Vriens                Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-4 dnf                3-5   0-0
01/25/2015        15  2  Daniela Schippers         Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                  L 6-2                    3-6   0-1
02/14/2015            2  Daniela Schippers         Julianna Curtis/Johanna Sterkel          FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-2                    4-6   1-1
02/18/2015            3  Daniela Schippers         Spencer Liang/Belinda Woolcock           FLORIDA                L 8-3                    4-7   1-2
02/21/2015            2  Gabriella Castaneda       Lily Forlini/Mary Meyers                 AIR FORCE            W   6-1                    5-7   2-2
02/27/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Joana Eidukonyte/Daniela Ruiz            CLEMSON                L 8-4                    5-8   2-3   0-1
03/01/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez            WAKE FOREST          W   8-4                    6-8   3-3   1-1
03/07/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Elena Cerezo-Codina/Sansitha Nandakumar  VIRGINIA TECH          L 8-5                    6-9   3-4   1-2
03/08/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Julia Elbaba/Maci Epstein                VIRGINIA               L 8-1                    6-10  3-5   1-3
03/12/2015            3  Daniela Schippers         Juliana Cardosa/Hailey Grillo            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    7-10  4-5
03/17/2015            3  Daniela Schippers         Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnnise Renaud      GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(4)                 7-11  4-6   1-4
03/20/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly                 NOTRE DAME             L 8-3                    7-12  4-7   1-5
03/22/2015        77  2  Daneika Borthwick         Elisha Hande/Joanna Nalborska            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-2                    8-12  5-7   2-5
03/22/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Elyisa Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0                    9-12  6-7
03/27/2015            2  Daneika Borthwick         Asiya Dair/Jennifer Reb                  BOSTON COLLEGE       W   8-3                   10-12  7-7   3-5
03/29/2015        59  1  Daneika Borthwick         Komal Safdar/Valeria Salazar             SYRACUSE             dnf 2-1 dnf               10-12  7-7   3-5
04/02/2015        33  2  Daneika Borthwick         Hayley Carter/Whitney Kay                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   10-13  7-8   3-6
04/04/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Samantha Harris/Annie Mulholland         DUKE                   L 8-6                   10-14  7-9   3-7
04/10/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Elle Stokes/Manuela Velasquez            LOUISVILLE           W   8-1                   11-14  8-9   4-7
04/12/2015            1  Daneika Borthwick         Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan       PITTSBURGH           W   8-2                   12-14  9-9   5-7
04/18/2015        44  1  Daneika Borthwick         Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                W   8-4                   13-14 10-9   6-7
04/22/2015   69       1  Daneika Borthwick         Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan       PITTSBURGH           W   8-4                   14-14 11-9
04/23/2015   69   26  1  Daneika Borthwick         Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson            NOTRE DAME             L 8-2                   14-15 11-10
04/24/2015   69       1  Daneika Borthwick         Sinead Lohan/Stephanie Wagner            MIAMI                  L 8-7(3)                14-16 11-11
04/25/2015   69   16  1  Daneika Borthwick         Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodard            GEORGIA TECH           L 8-0                   14-17 11-12

Kathryn Phillips
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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Lana Rush
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2014        60  T  Daniela Schippers         Frances Altick/Marie Casares             VANDERBILT             L 8-6                    0-1
09/26/2014            T  Daniela Schippers         Blair Martin/Joan van Lochem             FURMAN               W   8-3                    1-1
09/27/2014            T  Daniela Schippers         Brittany Lindl/Tori Olivarez             TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-2
10/10/2014            T  Yukako Noi                Caroline Eberhart/Keenan Johnson         CENTRAL FLORIDA        L 8-3                    1-3
10/10/2014            T  Yukako Noi                Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend             FLORIDA A&M          W   8-3                    2-3
10/11/2014            T  Yukako Noi                Nerma Caluk/Nina Nagode                  FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-5                    2-4
10/17/2014            T  Daniela Schippers         Tarani Kamoe/Linn Timmermann             GEORGIA STATE          L 8-6                    2-5
01/17/2015            T  Daniela Schippers         Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer/Natalia Maynetto    GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0                    3-5
01/18/2015            T  Daniela Schippers         Alex Chatt/Erin Larner                   NORTHWESTERN           L 6-3                    3-6
02/21/2015            3  Daniela Schippers         Chloe Forlini/Carley Hatcliff            AIR FORCE            dnf 6-5 dnf                3-6   0-0
02/21/2015            3  Mia Vriens                Laura Kelly/Liza Klyachkin               MERCER               W   8-2                    4-6   1-0
02/27/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Joana Eidukonyte/Daniela Ruiz            CLEMSON                L 8-4                    4-7   1-1   0-1
03/01/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez            WAKE FOREST          W   8-4                    5-7   2-1   1-1
03/07/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Elena Cerezo-Codina/Sansitha Nandakumar  VIRGINIA TECH          L 8-5                    5-8   2-2   1-2
03/08/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Julia Elbaba/Maci Epstein                VIRGINIA               L 8-1                    5-9   2-3   1-3
03/22/2015            3  Daniela Schippers         Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          dnf 5-2 dnf                5-9   2-3
04/10/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Jessie Lynn Paul/Cassie Pough            LOUISVILLE           W   8-2                    6-9   3-3   2-3

Daniela Schippers
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2014        60  T  Lana Rush                 Frances Altick/Marie Casares             VANDERBILT             L 8-6                    0-1
09/26/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Blair Martin/Joan van Lochem             FURMAN               W   8-3                    1-1
09/27/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Brittany Lindl/Tori Olivarez             TENNESSEE              L 8-6                    1-2
10/17/2014            T  Lana Rush                 Tarani Kamoe/Linn Timmermann             GEORGIA STATE          L 8-6                    1-3
10/30/2014            T  Yukako Noi                Katherine Butler/Kelly Williford         VIRGINIA TECH        W   8-3                    2-3
10/31/2014            T  Yukako Noi                Mary Katherine Lewis/Jen Pfeifler        AUBURN                 L 8-6                    2-4
01/16/2015            T  Yukako Noi                Bennett Dunn/Emily Zabor                 ALABAMA                L 7-6(4)                 2-5
01/17/2015            T  Lana Rush                 Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer/Natalia Maynetto    GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0                    3-5
01/18/2015            T  Lana Rush                 Alex Chatt/Erin Larner                   NORTHWESTERN           L 6-3                    3-6
01/25/2015        15  2  Yukako Noi                Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno  MIAMI                  L 6-2                    3-7   0-1
02/14/2015            2  Yukako Noi                Julianna Curtis/Johanna Sterkel          FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   8-2                    4-7   1-1
02/18/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Spencer Liang/Belinda Woolcock           FLORIDA                L 8-3                    4-8   1-2
02/21/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Chloe Forlini/Carley Hatcliff            AIR FORCE            dnf 6-5 dnf                4-8   1-2
03/12/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Juliana Cardosa/Hailey Grillo            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3                    5-8   2-2
03/17/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnnise Renaud      GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(4)                 5-9   2-3   0-1
03/22/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry              FLORIDA A&M          dnf 5-2 dnf                5-9   2-3

Mia Vriens
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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01/17/2015            T  Yukako Noi                Alexis Prokopuik/Kendal Woodard          GEORGIA TECH           L 7-6(5)                 0-1
01/18/2015            T  Yukako Noi                Brooke Rischbieth/Jillian Rooney         NORTHWESTERN         W   6-1                    1-1
01/24/2015            2  Yukako Noi                Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-4 dnf                1-1   0-0
02/21/2015            3  Lana Rush                 Laura Kelly/Liza Klyachkin               MERCER               W   8-2                    2-1   1-0
03/20/2015            3  Yukako Noi                Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly                 NOTRE DAME             L 8-3                    2-2   1-1   0-1
03/22/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Liza Fieldsend/Natalia Janowicz          NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 7-6 dnf                2-2   1-1   0-1
03/27/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev              BOSTON COLLEGE         L 8-7(4)                 2-3   1-2   0-2
03/29/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Breanna Bachini/NIcole Mitchell          SYRACUSE             W   8-0                    3-3   2-2   1-2
04/02/2015        34  3  Kerrie Cartwright         Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle                   NORTH CAROLINA       W   8-3                    4-3   3-2   2-2
04/04/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Beatrice Capra/Rachel Kahan              DUKE                   L 8-6                    4-4   3-3   2-3
04/12/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Amber Washington/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-6                    5-4   4-3   3-3
04/18/2015        71  3  Kerrie Cartwright         Lina Lileikite/Wendy Zhang               MIAMI                W   8-3                    6-4   5-3   4-3
04/22/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Amber Washington/Molly Wickman           PITTSBURGH           W   8-3                    7-4   6-3
04/23/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly                 NOTRE DAME             L 8-4                    7-5   6-4
04/24/2015        78  3  Kerrie Cartwright         Lina Lilekite/Wendy Zhang                MIAMI                W   8-6                    8-5   7-4
04/25/2015            3  Kerrie Cartwright         Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud          GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(5)                 8-6   7-5


FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
09/28/2014, September 26-28, 2014, Greenville, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Young Seminoles Shine on First Day at Furman Fall Classic.

September 26, 2014

GREENVILLE, SC – The Florida State women’s tennis team began their fall season on Friday at the Furman Fall Classic in Greenville, S.C. On the first day of competition, the Seminoles showed success could still be had without players with much experience at the collegiate level. With strong mental performances and the ability to complete matches without allowing matches to go three sets, Florida State advanced a doubles pair to the flight one championship and three of its four singles players were victorious.

“I was very happy with the way we started out our first competition of the fall today at the Furman Fall Classic,” Head Coach Jennifer Hyde said. “There were a lot of very positive things to take away from today.”

The most impressive result from Friday’s action was the emergence of true freshman Gabby Castaneda. In her first ever collegiate competition, she partnered up with teammate redshirt freshman Emily Fanning. The freshmen duo defeated Furman’s Ansley Speaks and Alex Moreno, 8-4. Following that match Castaneda and Fanning had to face the No. 17 ranked doubles pair in the nation, Courtney Colton and Sydney Campbell of Vanderbilt. Inexperience did not hold Castaneda and Fanning back as the young Seminole pair made quick work upsetting Colton and Campbell, 8-2.

“Our freshman team of Emily Fanning and Gabby Castaneda advancing to the finals of the No. 1 flight draw in doubles and along the way defeating the No. 17 ranked doubles team in the nation from Vanderbilt was very impressive ,” Hyde said. “They completely dominated two very experience college players today and did a great job to work their way into the finals tomorrow.”

Castaneda and Fanning will play for the flight one championship Saturday at 9 a.m. against No. 8 ranked Beatrice Gumulya and Jessy Rompies of Clemson.

Castaneda was not done there. Later that afternoon in her only singles match of the day, she rolled to victory over No. 39 ranked Frances Altick of Vanderbilt in straight sets 6-3, 6-3.

“Gabby was able to win her singles match against Frances Altick from Vanderbilt in a very convincing 6-3, 6-3 win,” Hyde said. “Altick sits right now ranked No. 39 in the nation. It was a banner day for Gabby.”

The most experienced Seminole at the Furman Fall Classic is sophomore Daniela Schippers. In her singles match against Tennessee’s Joanna Henderson, Schippers struggled early. Down 0-3 in the first set, she rallied back to win six of the next seven games. Schippers trailed in the second set 5-6 before forcing the tiebreaker and winning the match 6-4, 7-6(4).

“Daniela [Schippers] had a really good match against Joanna Henderson from Tennessee,” Hyde said. “She had a convincing first set win. Things got tight in the second [set] and she was able to take care of it in two sets, and finish the match in a tiebreaker in the second set. In this time of year when we are playing so many matches it is good to be able to put your foot to people’s throats and not let them into the match, and give them hope. I was really happy with the way she closed out her singles match today.”

Freshman Lana Rush won her singles match as well, defeating Karlee Bryde of Furman in straight sets 6-1, 6-4.

“I was very proud across the board today,” Hyde said. “This was a good day for us. I think it is definitely a sign for things to come as we look ahead to the rest of the season and obviously to the rest of the weekend as well.


Castaneda Reaches Finals.

September 27, 2014

GREENVILLE, SC - The Florida State women’s tennis team continued to gain experience as day two of the Furman Fall Classic comes to a close.

Promising freshman Gabby Castaneda continued her impressive start to her Florida State career on Saturday. The Miramar, Fla. native advanced to the singles flight one finals after outlasting Iowa’s senior Shelby Talcott in a three-set thriller 6-4, 6-7(4), 7-5. Castaneda was at a disadvantage when it came to experience, but her mental toughness and will to win propelled her to victory in a hard fought battle against a difficult opponent.

“I am really happy for Gabby and the guts that she showed to muscle through her three-set match, Head Coach Jennifer Hyde said. “She was playing against a very experience senior player from Iowa and Gabby demonstrated such maturity and level-headedness to win that match in the third set.”

Castaneda will face Ansley Speaks of Furman tomorrow in the flight one finals.

On the doubles side, Castaneda and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning fell to Clemson’s No. 8 ranked doubles pair of Jessy Rompies and Beatrice Gumulya in the flight one championship, 8-3. The Seminole freshmen duo had a strong performance against the highly ranked Tigers tandem, but fell short. Castaneda and Fanning showed great chemistry throughout the weekend for just starting to play together defeating two opponents including the No. 17 ranked pair from Vanderbilt en route to the finals.

Fanning and Florida State’s other true freshman Lana Rush showed great grit in their single losses. After losing the first set 6-0, Fanning never lost confidence and took the second set, 6-2 before falling in the third against Tori Olivarez of Tennessee, losing 6-0, 2-6, 6-4. Rush forced a tiebreaker in the first set of her match, but was unable to come away victorious as Tennessee’s Laurence Guevremont edged out the win, 7-6(7), 6-4.

Sophmore Daniela Schippers fell to No. 63 ranked Courtney Colton of Vanderbilt in straight sets 6-0, 6-0.

“We were close in a few of our singles matches,” Hyde said. “We just need to continue to work on taking advantage of situations when we set ourselves up. We weren’t executing as a group as well as we are capable of or as well as we did on Friday, but this is something we will continue to work on and know that it is an easy fix.

All four Seminoles will be in action tomorrow on the last day of the Furman Fall Classic. Castaneda will face Speaks of Furman in the flight one championships. Rush and Schippers will be playing for third place, and Fanning for seventh.

“My hope is that tomorrow we will have our best day of the weekend,” Hyde said. “There will be no better feeling than to walk out of this facility tomorrow with a pocket full of wins. More important than anything is that we continue to get better in this tournament and continue to get better this Fall. As long as we are doing that everything is on track.”


Castaneda Wins Again

September 28, 2014

GREENVILLE, SC - Freshman Gabby Castaneda continued to steal the show at the Furman Fall Classic in Greenville, S.C. for the Seminoles. Undefeated in singles play during the first two days, Castaneda played for the flight one championship on Sunday against Ansley Speaks of Furman.

“I am so impressed and proud of Gabby Castaneda, who I threw in the top position as a freshman in her first competition as a Seminole,” Head Coach Jennifer Hyde said. “She completely dominated a field of some highly ranked and highly seasoned college tennis players.”

Fearless throughout the entire weekend, the true freshman from Miramar, Fla. cruised to victory against Speaks in straight sets 6-2, 6-2, and was crowned champion in the top-flight of the tournament.

“She was just amazing this weekend, Hyde said. “I think it is only a small drip of what can be expected from her in her very young career. To be put in that position as a freshman and handling it like she did with as much poise, class and mental and physical strength speaks a lot to the hard work that she continues to put in. I think she proved this weekend that she can play with the best in the country and do well.”

Castaneda wasn’t the only Seminole freshman to make noise this weekend at the Furman Fall Classic. Lana Rush played extremely well in her first collegiate tournament and was able to play for third place in flight number four. Facing Carmen Blanco from Alabama, Rush won in convincing fashion in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2.

“Overall I am pretty happy with our weekend at the Furman Fall Classic, Hyde said. “Right now everybody is working on a lot of different things. I feel like there were many improvements made across the board by all of the girls that competed this weekend here.”

“Looking ahead I am very excited about where this team is so early in the season,” Hyde said. “We had a couple ranked wins this weekend in singles and doubles. We have a lot of momentum to build on heading into our next competition in two weeks.”


09/26/2014
Doubles
Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Alex Moreno-Kaste/Ansley Speaks (FU) 8-4
Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. #17 Sydney Campbell/Courtney Colton (VU) 8-2
#60 Frances Altick/Marie Casares (VU) d. Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-6
Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Blair Martin/Joan van Lochem (FU) 8-3
Singles
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #39 Frances Altick (VU) 6-3, 6-3
#114 Brigit Folland (SC) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Joanna Henderson (UTn) 6-4, 7-6(4)
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Karlee Bryde (FU) 6-1, 6-4

09/27/2014
Doubles
#8 Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies (CU) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-3
Brittany Lindl/Tori Olivarez (UTn) d. Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-6
Singles
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Shelby Talcott (UIa) 7-5, 6-7(4), 7-5
Tori Olivarez (UTn) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-0, 2-6, 6-4
#63 Courtney Colton (VU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-0, 6-0
Laurence Guevremont (UTn) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 7-6(7), 6-4

09/28/2014
Singles
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Ansley Speaks (FU) 6-2, 6-2
Alex Moreno-Kaste (FU) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 2-6, 6-1, 6-2
Jessy Rompies (CU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Carmen Blanco (UAl) 6-1, 6-2


ALL-AMERICAN QUALIFYING
09/29/2014, September 27-29, 2014, Los Angeles, Ca


09/27/2014
Singles
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Nicole Long (UOr) 6-4, 6-0
Meredith Xepoleas (USC) d. #91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 3-6, 7-6(3), 6-3
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Gabrielle Smith (USC) 7-5, 6-1

09/28/2014
Singles
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #113 Kenna Kilgo (TTU) 6-1, 6-2

ALL-AMERICAN MAIN DRAW
10/05/2014, October 1-5, 2014, Malibu, Ca


10/01/2014
Singles
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. #69 Gabriella De Santis (OSU) 6-1, 6-1
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #121 Shannon Hudson (UAr) 7-6(2), 6-0
#34 Saska Gavrilovska (TAMU) d. #79 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-3, 7-5
#60 Klara Fabikova (Cal) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-4, 7-6(6)

BEDFORD CUP
10/12/2014, October 10-12, 2015, Jacksonville, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Are Off to a Good Start at the Bedford Cup.

October 10, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team looked strong at the first day of the Bedford Cup in Jacksonville, Fla. The Seminoles had five singles and four doubles victories to finish with a 9-4 overall record on the day.

“Being out on the courts all day and competing our hearts out as a team at an individual event is exactly what we want to be known for,” Assistant Coach Zsuzsanna Fodor said.

Florida State came into this season with two players in the ITA preseason singles rankings and both were able to come out on top on Friday.

No. 79 ranked Yukako Noi struggled in the early going in her match against Florida’s Spencer Liang, but was able to find her stroke in the second set to take control of the match. Noi defeated Liang in three sets 2-6, 6-1, 6-0.

Senior Kerrie Cartwright holds a No. 91 ranking. The Cumbria, England native was in a three set dogfight with Olaya Garrido and came out victorious after dropping the first set and being down 3-4 at one point in the second set, 3-6, 7-5, 7-5.

The one Seminole off to the best start this season is freshman Gabby Castaneda. She entered the Bedford Cup undefeated after stringing three straight singles wins in a row to begin her career. Castaneda’s success continued against Nina Nagode from FIU as she took care of business in a straight set victory 6-1, 6-3.

In the most impressive match of the day Castaneda paired up with teammate Emily Fanning to face UF’s Liang and Peggy Porter. The Florida State freshmen duo dug itselves a deep hole going down 2-7 against the Gators. With their backs against the wall, Castaneda and Fanning fought back to win five straight to force a tiebreaker and was able to win 8-6.

“Gabby and Emily were able to come back from a 7-2 deficit by consistently creating opportunities and playing aggressive,” Fodor said.

The young Seminoles also won their first doubles match of the morning with a victory over Courtney Ceasarini and Sofia Baptista of UCF, 8-6.

Fanning kept that momentum and was sharp in her singles bout, cruising to victory over Miami’s Judith Bohnenkamp 6-1, 6-0.

“Emily had an exceptional day today, controlling the points from the first shot until she hit the winner,” Fodor said.

Cartwright and partner Daneika Borthwick are the No. 9 doubles team in the nation. After falling in their first match 6-8, the talented pair continued to play hard and won their second match against Elizabeth and Sarah Means of FGCU, 8-4.

The other Florida State true freshman sensation has been Lana Rush. Playing in just her second collegiate tournament she found herself down after the first set. Rush was able to keep focus to win the next two sets to defeat Baptista, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2.

“We really look forward to competing hard again in tomorrow’s matches and to enjoy the heat of the battle,” Fodor said.


Castaneda and Fanning Reach Singles Finals at the Bedford Cup.

October 11, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team got an added boost from its youngsters on Saturday at the Bedford Cup in Jacksonville, Fla. True freshman Gabby Castaneda and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning will meet in the Draw B finals while sophomore Daniela Schippers will look to win the Draw B consolation bracket on Sunday.

“We had another very solid day again here in Jacksonville,” Head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “What stands out most about today is really how tough this team is. At this point in the season, everybody playing college tennis has certain hurdles that they are trying to overcome and today was especially a big day for a number of our girls with that fact in mind.”

The Seminoles were sluggish in the early morning after a full day of competition on Friday, but were able to continue to fight and end the day on positive notes.

“To start the day a little bit slow losing a few really well-played matches and to finish the day with six really good, definitive wins from Gabby [Castaneda], Dani [Schippers] and Emily [Fanning] really sets the tone for what I think is ahead of us,” Hyde said. “It speaks a lot to the fire and the heart that we have right now and what this team puts on display every time they step on the court.”

Castaneda came into competition on Saturday undefeated in her first four collegiate singles matches. Dominate since becoming a Seminole, Castaneda came out slow in her first match of the day. Dropping the first set 0-6 against Marina Cunningham of North Florida, the true freshman was able to overcome her early struggles and showed great poise to pull off the comeback in impressive fashion 0-6, 6-1, 6-2. Carrying the momentum of her last two sets, Castaneda defeated Florida international’s Nerma Caluk in straight sets 6-2, 6-4. After winning the flight one championship at the Furman Fall Classic, the freshman sensation is now 6-0 to begin her collegiate career and will play in her second straight finals on Sunday.

Meeting Castaneda in the Draw B finals will be Fanning, her doubles partner. The Timaru, New Zealand native has been off to a fantastic start this season. In her first match of the day, her opponent Breana Stampfli of Florida Gulf Coast retired because of injury in the first set. Fanning was able to use her fresher legs in her second match that went a difficult three-sets to defeat UNF’s Taylor Hollander 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 to advance to the finals.

After losing her singles match yesterday, Schippers was able to string together two victories on the second day at the Bedford Cup to reach the consolation bracket finals. In a back-and-forth first match, the sophomore hit shots when she needed them most against Chinatsu Kajiwara of Bethune-Cookman en route to a straight set victory 7-6, 7-6. In the semifinals bout, Schippers continued her clutch attacking by taking down FIU’s Nina Nagode in a three-set thriller 3-6, 6-4, 7-5.

Yukako Noi has played in multiple close matches this season and Saturday was no different. In a match that lasted over three hours, No. 79 ranked Noi fell to Miami’s Sinead Lohan in a grueling three-set contest 6-7, 7-6, 6-3. The junior fought endlessly winning the first set tiebreaker 11-9, but came up inches short.

“This is one very tough group of fighters that we have this year,” Hyde said. “I saw it today across the board. I am very proud of the effort that they have put forth.”


Castaneda Wins Her Second Singles Title to Remain Undefeated.

October 12, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team completed competition on the last day of the Bedford Cup in Jacksonville, Fla. on Sunday. Freshman sensation Gabby Castaneda came out victorious in the Singles Main B Draw finals to be crowned champion.

Castaneda has been off to a historic start in her Florida State career. In her lone match on Sunday, the true freshman defeated redshirt freshman teammate and doubles partner Emily Fanning in straight sets 6-3, 7-5 in the finals. Castaneda and Fanning have a 4-2 record in doubles this season playing together.

“We had another great weekend of matches this weekend, and we are continuing to improve across the board,” Head Coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Gabby and Emily played a great finals match against each other today. When you keep winning in events, you run the chance of coming across a teammate. They both competed at a very high level and the tennis on display was very exciting to watch.”

It is Castaneda’s second straight singles title in as many tries. She won the flight one championship at the Furman Fall Classic earlier this season. Castaneda has a spotless 7-0 record in her first seven collegiate matches.

“I can't say enough about Gabby and how well she is finding her stride right now,” Hyde said. “When she puts her mind to it, she's just very difficult to beat.”

Fanning showed great advances overall since the beginning of the year as she went 4-1 in singles play at the Bedford Cup.

“Emily had a very solid weekend as well,” Hyde said. “The improvements and mentality in Emily now compared to two or three weeks ago is remarkable. She is also getting her wheels under her right now, after redshirting last season, and I can't wait to see the progress in her continue this fall.”

In the other Seminole match of the day, sophomore Daniela Schippers won her third straight match of the tournament to claim winner of the Consolation B Draw. Schippers defeated Olga Martinez of South Florida in straight sets 6-4, 7-6.

“Dany did today what she does best -- she just out-worked and out-battled her opponent,” Hyde said. “That's what she does, and that's what she will always do. It's just in her DNA, and she is as good of a competitor as any I've seen. I'm so happy for her and the many hurdles she got over this weekend as she continues to work to get back to her best form.”

The Seminoles finish the weekend at the Bedford Cup going 16-8 in non-interstate matches and bring home hardware after sweeping the Main B Draw.

“I'm very proud of this team and how they all represented our program this weekend,” Hyde said. “We are moving in a very positive direction at the moment. Things are really starting to get exciting for this team, which is great timing as we roll in to our Regional Championships next weekend.”

“Our Regional Championship is an Indoor National qualifying event for both singles and doubles, and we have a number of girls and doubles teams who could make a solid run in that event,” Hyde said. “We need to rest and recover properly this week after a long weekend of competition behind us, and get them ready to play again this Friday.”


10/10/2014
Doubles
Vera Bessonova/Olaya Garrido (USF) d. #9 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
Caroline Eberhart/Keenan Johnson (UCF) d. Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) 8-3
Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Sofia Baptista/Courtney Ceasarini (UCF) 8-6
#9 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means (FGCU) 8-4
Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) d. Elysia Ortiz/Symone Townsend (FAMU) 8-3
Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Spencer Liang/Peggy Porter (UF) 8-6
Singles
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Spencer Liang (UF) 2-6, 6-1, 6-0
#91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Olaya Garrido (USF) 3-6, 7-5, 7-5
Silvia Fuentes (UM) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Nina Nagode (FIU) 6-1, 6-3
Nerma Cazuk (FIU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Judith Bohenkamp (UM) 6-1, 6-0
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Sofia Baptista (UCF) 2-6, 6-3, 6-2

10/11/2014
Doubles
Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang (UM) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-7()
Nerma Caluk/Nina Nagode (FIU) d. Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) 8-5
Singles
Sinead Lohan (UM) d. #79 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-7(), 7-6(), 6-3
#89 Belinda Woodstock (UF) d. #91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Marina Cunningham (UNF) 0-6, 6-1, 6-2
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Breana Stampfli (FGCU) 3-1, retired
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Nerma Caluk (FIU) 6-2, 6-4
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Taylor Hollander (UNF) 3-6, 6-2, 6-4
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Chinatsu Kajiwara (BCU) 7-6(), 7-6()
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nina Nagode (FIU) 3-6, 6-4, 7-5

10/12/2014
Singles
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-3, 7-5
Gabby Castaneda (FSU) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-3, 7-5
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Olga Martinez (USF) 6-4, 7-6()


ITA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
10/20/2014, October 17-20, 2015, Atlanta, Ga


10/17/2014
Doubles
#9 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Masa Grgan/Marcia Tere-Apisah (GSU) 8-2
Tarani Kamoe/Linn Timmermann (GSU) d. Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-6
Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Jana Hueckinghaus/Virginie Stein (KSU) 8-3
Caroline Brinson/Laura Patterson (UGA) d. #9 Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-6
Mariana Gould/Ellen Perez (UGA) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-7(5)
Singles
Stefani Stojic (UF) d. #79 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
#91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Mia King (UGA) 6-2, 6-3
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #51 Kourtney Keegan (UF) 0-6, 6-3, 6-4
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #111 Monique Albuquerque (UM) 7-6(3), 6-2
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Marina Cunningham (UNF) 6-0, 6-3
Caroline Brinson (UGA) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-0, 6-1

10/18/2014
Singles
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer (GT) 7-6(0), 6-3
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Jessica Cortes (USF) 3-6, 7-6(), 6-2
Rasheeda MaAdoo (GT) d. #91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 7-6(7)
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Mariana Gould (UGA) 6-7(5), 7-5, 6-4
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Marisa Ruiz (FAU) 6-2, 6-1
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Hailey Grillo (USF) 6-1, 6-2
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Virginie Stein (KSU) 6-2, 3-6, 6-3
#14 Brianna Morgan (UF) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 5-7, 6-2, 6-0
Peggy Porter (UF) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
Hannah King (UGA) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4

10/19/2014
Singles
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Tarani Kamoe (GSU) 6-1, 6-2
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Silvia Fuentes (UM) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3
Monique Albuquerue (UM) d. #79 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-1, 3-0 retired
Lana Rush (FSU) d. Luise Intert (UNF) 6-2, 7-5
Alizee Michaud (SU) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-1, 6-2

10/20/2014
Singles
Nema Caluk (FIU) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-4, 6-2

USTA CLAY COURT INVITATIONAL
11/02/2014, October 30-November 2, 2014, Orlando, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Borthwick and Fanning Take Charge in the Clay.

October 30, 2014

ORLANDO, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team held its own at the third USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA on Thursday at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. The Seminoles finished the day with a 5-4 record and six players moving forward into the next round on Friday.

“We were excited this morning to start the Clay Court tournament at Disney,” assistant coach Zsuzsanna Fodor said. “It is the first of its kind being televised on ESPN, giving these young student athletes a unique exposure and an opportunity to reach out to the nationwide community.”

Senior Daneika Borthwick and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning kicked off the day in impressive fashion defeating Oklahoma State’s Carla Tu Mari and Maria Alvarez, 8-5. The match was played at the stadium court and was broadcasted on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app. Down 2-5 to start, Borthwick and Fanning dug deep into the clay and won six games in a row en route to victory in their first match playing together since January of last year.

Borthwick and Fanning didn’t just impress in doubles, but also in their singles matches.

The Cumbria, England native was solid from the beginning in her win over Abbi Melrose from Oklahoma. She was up 3-0 early and never looked back as she defeated Melrose in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5.

Fanning had a tougher time opening her match against Sofia Baptista of Central Florida. She trailed 4-5 at one point in the first set, but was able to fight back. Fanning used that momentum into the second set to defeat Baptista, 7-5, 6-4.

After dropping the first set 1-6, senior Kerrie Cartwright won 12 of the next 15 games to pull out the come from behind victory against Oklahoma’s Lily Miyazaki 1-6, 6-1, 6-2.

“Our upper classmen made a significant effort to step up their game and propel us through the first day,” Fodor said. “We need to do a better job tapping into it day in and day out, which is an exciting challenge to have.”

Junior Yukako Noi and sophomore Daniela Schippers played together for this first time and things clicked immediately. Noi and Schippers cruised to victory over Kelly Williford and Katherine Butler of Virginia Tech, 8-3.

Freshman Gabriella Castaneda never gave up in her match against Youngstown State’s Marta Burak, but was unable to come away with the win. Castaneda dropped a tough first set, but kept fighting and pulled out the second set in a tiebreaker. The hard-working freshman fell in the third set and lost the match, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-4.

“As the last tournament of this Fall season, we are hoping to implement weeks worth of improvements, before we hit our second development phase,” Fodor said. “This year’s team has a huge reservoir full of potential. We are looking forward to day two’s intensifying competition.”


Fanning Shines Bright at Grand Cypress.

October 31, 2014

ORLANDO, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team was back in action on Friday in the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA at the Grand Cypress Tennis and Racquet Club. Redshirt freshman Emily Fanning remained undefeated during the tournament, adding two singles and a doubles win.

“Today was a great day for a number of our girls,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Emily has really found her game in these last few weeks, and it just keeps getting better and better for her.”

Fanning started off the day a bit slow, dropping the first set 2-6 against Raluca Mita of Virginia Tech. Despite her early struggles, it wasn’t long until her physical abilities were able to catch up with her mental toughness. Fanning fought back and dominated the next two sets en route to victory over Mita, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3.

Things didn’t get easier after a grueling three set match when Fanning’s next opponent was Miami’s Clementina Riobueno. In a back-and-forth match, Fanning continued to hit big shots whenever Riobueno was gaining momentum. The Timaru, New Zealand native edged out an extremely tight match in straight sets 7-6 (6), 7-5.

“Emily played two very solid singles matches today and her momentum is starting to build.”

The Florida State redshirt freshman has won all three of her singles matches in the tournament and six of her last seven.

After back-to-back singles victories, Fanning had to jump right into her doubles match with partner senior Daneika Borthwick. The Seminoles duo faced off against Steton’s pairing of Olga Martinez and Jessica Cortes and continued their success in an, 8-4, victory.

Junior Yukako Noi also had herself a day on Friday. The transfer from VCU was able to win both of her singles matches and advance to the B Draw semifinals. The No. 79 ranked Noi won her first match in straight sets over Katelyn Jackson of Texas Tech, 6-3, 6-3. In her second bout, Noi showed grit to rally back from a first set loss and pulled out a nice win against Virginia Tech’s Sansitha Nandakumar 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.

“Yuka worked through a few things early in her second match today, and showed a lot of maturity and poised,” Hyde said. “This is always great to see from your upperclassman when things aren’t necessarily going their way in a match.”

Gabriella Castaneda bounced back from a first day loss on Thursday and defeated Andie Dikosavljevic from Auburn in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. The true freshman improved her season record to 10-2.

“Gabby had another solid singles performance today,” Hyde said. “When she plays her game and stays committed to a plan, she is very difficult to beat.”

The Seminoles finished the day with seven wins and just three losses.

“I am very pleased with our day overall and excited to have two players and a doubles tandem push in to the semifinals tomorrow,” Hyde said.


Borthwick and Fanning Advance to Finals.

November 1, 2014

ORLANDO, FL – The Florida State pair of senior Daneika Borthwick and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning won their third consecutive doubles match on Saturday to reach the A Draw finals at the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA.

The weather conditions at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex played a huge factor in Friday’s event. Temperatures dropped and strong swirling winds picked up loose clay from the courts. The weather was an equalizer and forced the players to adjust their games.

“The conditions today were extremely tricky,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Balls were flying everywhere and it took a lot of extra patience to play today from everyone that was out here.”

Borthwick and Fanning were able to continue their success in doubles despite the conditions as they defeated Lon Sze Leung and Brooke Riscmbieth of Northwestern in the A Draw semifinals in dominating fashion 6-2, 6-2.

“Daneika and Emily have done a good job,” Hyde said. “If they ever started on their back foot, they quickly made some adjustments. They ended up playing very aggressively. As the tournament has progressed they are starting quicker and quicker which is good. We have to start out on our front foot. We have to start out playing aggressively. They did that again today and used the wind to their advantage. They played very crafty and fundamentally sound doubles today.”

The Seminole duo have won each of their matches in this tournament en route to advancing to the finals against the No. 1 seed from Auburn Michala Kucharova and Reka Muller on Sunday at 10 a.m.

“Those two [Borthwick and Fanning] are unbelievably mature playing together,” Hyde said. “I think they are a really lovely compliment to each other’s games.”

In Fanning’s lone singles match of the day, she fell to Sinead Lohan from Miami in an extremely close three-set fight in the semifinals of the B Draw, 7-6 (3), 2-6, 6-4. The Timaru, New Zealand native came out strong taking the first set, but was unable to get the points she needed to knock off the talented Lohan.

“Emily’s match today was really solid,” Hyde said. “Her match really came down to two or three loose games. The progress that Emily has made since the beginning of the semester is tremendous. She is definitely getting her feet under her. She is starting to hit a really comfortable stride. I think the work that she puts in the next two months will be crucial on how she gets ready for spring. I couldn’t be more proud of her and how she represented Florida State out there on the court today.”

Gabriella Castaneda was also in action on Saturday. The Florida State freshman got off to a nice start, but just couldn’t seem to get into a groove. Despite her struggles, her effort was there throughout the battle with Illinois’ Alexis Casati and showed she is going to be a force when the spring season begins. Casati defeated Castaneda in a three-set tiebreak 4-6, 6-4, 1-0 (9).

Florida State’s Borthwick and Fanning will look to claim the Draw A championship on Sunday to close out the fall season.

“When you play a tournament, you play to win it,” Hyde said.



10/30/2014
Doubles
Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Maria Alvarez/Carla Tur Mari (OSU) 8-5
Annina Brendel/Nehel Sahni (YSU) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 8-6
Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Katherine Butler/Kelly Williford (VT) 8-3
Singles
Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Abbi Melrose (OU) 6-2, 7-5
#91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Lily Miyazaki (OU) 1-6, 6-1, 6-2
Marta Burak (YSU) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-4
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Sofia Baptista (UCF) 7-5, 6-4
Maja Salibasic (SU) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-0, ret.
Katherine Butler (VT) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 6-4

10/31/2014
Doubles
Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Jessica Cortes Chaves/Olga Martinez (USF) 8-4
Mary Katherine Lewis/Jen Pfeifler (AU) d. Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-6
Singles
#91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Karyn Guttormsen (OSU) 6-3, 6-1
Cassandra Vazquez (UNC) d. Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-2, 6-4
#95 Tristen Dewar (CU) d. #91 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 3-6, 6-2
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Katelyn Jackson (TTU) 6-3, 6-3
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Raluca Mita (VT) 2-6, 6-2, 6-3
#79 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3
Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Clementina Riobueno (UM) 6-3, 6-4
Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Clementina Riobueno (UM) 7-6(6), 7-5

11/01/2014
Doubles
Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Lon Sze Leung/Brooke Riscmbieth (NW) 6-2, 6-2
Singles
Wendy Zhang (UM) d. #79 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
Sinead Lohan (UM) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 7-6(3), 2-6, 6-4
Alexis Casati (ILL) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 4-6, 6-4, 1-0(9)

11/02/2014
Doubles
#30 Michala Kucharova/Reka Muller (AU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) 7-6(5), 1-6, 1-0(12)

MAL MOORE INVITATIONAL
01/18/2015, January 16-18, 2015, Tuscaloosa, Al

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Improve in Second Day of the Mal Moore Invitational.

January 17, 2015

TUSCALOOSA, AL – The No. 30 ranked Florida State women’s tennis team bounced back on Saturday in day two of the Mal Moore Invitational. The Seminoles played against conference foe Georgia Tech and came out with three singles victories and one win in doubles.

Senior Kerrie Cartwright defeated her first nationally ranked opponent of the season in a hard fought three-set match against No. 63 Johnise Renaud 3-6, 7-5, 7-5. After dropping the first set, Cartwright was able to regroup en route to winning the next two sets and the match.

“I felt that today I was in it mentally and physically,” Cartwright said. “Yesterday I felt a bit rusty but thanks to my teammates and coaches I was able to pull through it.”

Sophomore Daniela Shippers went 2-0 in her two matches on Saturday. She defeated Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer in straight sets 7-5, 6-4. In doubles, Schippers paired up with freshman Lana Rush and cruised to a 6-0 win against a mixed partnership of Georgia Tech’s Anton-Ohlmeyer and Natalia Maynetto from Alabama.

Junior Yukako Noi added another win to her record as she defeated Kendal Woodard in straight sets 6-3, 6-4. Noi’s victory was the third singles win of the day for the Seminoles.

“It was great to see everyone perform the way they did today,” Cartwright said. “Everyone fought and had great matches. The momentum from today will definitely help us tomorrow. Just having the team engaged and together helps us a lot.”


Florida State Ends Strong at the Mal Moore Invitational.

January 18, 2015

TUSCALOOSA, AL – The No. 30 ranked Florida State women’s tennis team finished the Mal Moore Invitational on a positive note after winning two singles and two doubles matches against Northwestern to complete the weekend.

Junior Yukako Noi continued her success early in the spring season with a close singles victory against Brooke Rischbieth 2-6, 6-3, 10-4. Noi and senior Mia Vriens looked very good in their doubles match against Rischbieth and Jillian Rooney. The two upperclassmen won easily, 6-1.

Sophomore Daniela Schippers also concluded a nice weekend for herself after defeating Rooney in straight sets 6-1, 6-1. The Guatemala City native won her last two singles matches to finish the tournament.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright won their first doubles match of the spring season on Sunday against Alicia Barnett and Manon Peri 6-3. The senior pair was ranked by the ITA as the No. 9 doubles team before the 2014 fall season.

After struggling on the first day at the Mal Moore Invitational, the Seminoles won five of their last eight singles matches and three of their last six doubles matches.


01/16/2015
Doubles
#18 Maya Jansen/Erin Routliffe (UAl) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1
Luicelena Perez/Danielle Spielmann (UAl) d. #49 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-1
Bennett Dunn/Emily Zabor (UAl) d. Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-6(4)
Singles
#25 Erin Routiffe (UAl) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-0, 6-4
#56 Danielle Spielmann (UAl) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
#59 Maya Jansen (UAl) d. Yukako Noi (FSU) 3-6, 6-2, 6-3
Luicelena Perez (UAl) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-2, 5-7, 6-2
Emily Zabor (UAl) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
Natalia Maynetto (UAl) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-2 [one set]
Carmen Blanco (UAl) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 4-3 withdrew

01/17/2015
Doubles
Paige Hourigan/Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-4
Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnise Renaud (GT) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-4
Alexis Prokopuik/Kendal Woodard (GT) d. Yukako Noi/Mia Vriens (FSU) 7-6(5)
Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer/Natalia Maynetto (GT) 6-0
Singles
Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #63 Johnise Renaud (GT) 3-6, 7-5, 7-5
#121 Paige Hourigan (GT) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-4, 7-6(6)
Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Kendal Woodard (GT) 6-3, 6-4
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Alexa Anton Ohlmeyer (GT) 7-5, 6-4
Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-4 [one set]
#81 Natasha Prokhnevska (GT) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-0 [one set]

01/18/2015
Doubles
Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Alicia Barnett/Manon Peri (NW) 6-3
Alex Chatt/Erin Larner (NW) d. Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3
Yukako Noi/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Brooke Rischbieth/Jillian Rooney (NW) 6-1
Singles
Manon Peri (NW) d. #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 4-6, withdrew
Lok Sze Leung (NW) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Brooke Rischbieth (NW) 2-6, 6-3, 1-0(10-4)
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Jillian Rooney (NW) 6-1, 6-1
Alex Chatt (NW) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-3 [one set]


FLORIDA STATE 4, SOUTH FLORIDA 1
01/24/2015, ITA Kick-Off Weekend, Coral Gables, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Opens Up the Season with a Victory.

CORAL GABLES, FL – The No. 30 ranked Florida State women’s tennis team took care of business on Saturday against No. 53 USF. The Seminoles defeated the Bulls, 4-1 to move on to the next round against No. 13 Miami on Sunday in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend.

“It is good to have the first match under our belt,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We knew South Florida was going to be feisty and compete really hard. We just did a great job in a number of different spots that stepped up today. I am really proud of our team effort today to get the job done.”

The Noles got off to a good start as they picked up the doubles point after quickly winning the first two doubles matches. Senior Daneika Borthwick and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning defeated Olaya Garrido-Rivas and Jessica Cortes Chavez, 6-3. Senior Kerrie Cartwright and freshman Gabriella Castaneda gave Florida State a 1-0 lead after taking down Juliana Cardosa and Alicia Robinson, 6-3.

Florida State was able to keep that momentum going into singles play as it won the first set on five of the six courts.

Sophomore Daniela Schippers was a late addition to the starting lineup and made the most of her opportunity. Schippers rolled to a straight set victory over Hailey Grillo, 6-0, 6-1 to give FSU its second point of the match.

“Dany was just lights out today at No. 6 in typical Dany fashion,” Hyde said. “She just completely obliterated her opponent. When she gets in that mindset she is hard to beat.”

In a tight battle on court No. 4, junior transfer Yukako Noi showed her experience and poise to seal a win against Cortes Chavez, 7-5, 6-4.

With the Noles up 3-1, it came down to the Top-3 courts to decide the winner with each of those courts advancing to a third set. Castaneda stood tall in pressure situations and proved to be too much for Olga Martinez. The Miramar native, won the third set and the match, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 to clinch victory for the Seminoles.

“I think it was epic for a freshman from South Florida to clinch the match down here in front of her family and friends,” Hyde said. “That is a pretty fantastic way to start off her spring season.”

Florida State will take on a Miami team that has five players ranked by the ITA in singles and three doubles teams on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The winner of that match will advanced to the ITA Team Indoors in Charlottesville, Va.

“We came here for a reason,” Hyde said. “We wanted an opportunity to play Miami to get into the indoor tournament and that is exactly what we set up ourselves to do. We are really excited for the dogfight.”

The Seminoles move to 1-0 on the season and have now won their last five season openers.

No. 30 Florida State 4, No. 53 South Florida 1

Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Jessica Cortes Chavez/Olaya GarridoRivas (USF) 6-3
No. 2: Yukako Noi/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez (USF) 5-4 dnf
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Juliana Cardosa/Alicia Robinson (USF) 6-3
Singles
No. 1: #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) 6-1, 6-7(), 3-4 dnf
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Vera Bessonova (USF) 4-6, 6-4, 2-5 dnf
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Olga Martinex (USF) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2
No. 4: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Jessica Cortes Chavez (USF) 7-5, 6-4
No. 5: Juliana Cardosa (USF) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 2-6, 6-3, 3-0 ret
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Hailey Grillo (USF) 6-0, 6-1


MIAMI 5, FLORIDA STATE 0
01/25/2015, CORAL GABLES, FL, ITA Kick-Off Weekend

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Drops Match against Miami.
FSU went 1-1 at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend.

CORAL GABLES, FL – The No. 30 ranked Florida State women’s tennis team fell to No. 13 Miami on Sunday, 5-0. The Seminoles fought hard, but the Hurricanes proved to be too much.

“Overall, I think this was a pretty successful weekend for us,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Obviously we wanted to qualify for the National Team Indoors, but came across an opponent today that is playing very well early in the season.”

Senior Daneika Borthwick (No. 46) did not shy away from a difficult match with the No. 7 singles player in the nation, Stephanie Wagner. Borthwick went down early 2-0, but she was able to rally back to force a tiebreaker in the first set. The Cumbria, England native, edged out Wagner in an epic tiebreaker to win the first set, 7-6 (10). The match ended unfinished.

“Daneika’s game has really come along well in the last 12 months,” Hyde said. “Every piece of her game is coming together and she is a force to be reckoned with. She went toe-to-toe with one of the best players in the nation and continues to be relentless on the court. Big things are ahead for Daneika.”

The Noles battled hard for the doubles point. Senior Kerrie Cartwright and freshman Gabriella Castaneda took a 5-4 lead against No. 37 Sinead Lohan and Wendy Zhang before their match was stopped short due to Miami clinching its doubles point.

Borthwick and redshirt freshman Emily Fanning held their own in doubles, but fell short to No. 8 Wagner and Lina Lileikite, 4-6.

Florida State went 1-1 in its matches at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Coral Gables, including a victory over ranked opponent USF (No. 53).

“We still have a lot of work ahead of us, but we have a very clear idea of the areas that we need to improve on,” Hyde said.

The Seminoles look forward having a few weeks off from competition to gear up for their home opener against FGCU on Feb. 14.

“The next two to three weeks area a perfect time for us to get some solid training leading up to our home opener on Feb. 14,” Hyde said.

No. 13 Miami 5, No. 30 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: #8 Lina Lileikite/Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-4
No. 2: #15 Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno (UM) d. Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #37 Sinead Lohan/Wendy Zhang (UM) 5-4 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #46 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. #7 Stephanie Wagner (UM) 7-6(10) dnf
No. 2: #39 Sinead Lohan (UM) d. Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-0
No. 3: #94 Lina Lileikite (UM) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 4: Yukako Noi (FSU) vs. #88 Clementina Riobueno (UM) 4-6, 2-3 dnf
No. 5: #58 Wendy Zhang (UM) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
No. 6: Monique Albuquerque (UM) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-1, 3-0 retired


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA GULF COAST 0
02/14/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Sweeps FGCU and FAMU in its Home Opener - Florida State Seminoles Official Athletic Site.
The No. 34-ranked Florida State women's tennis team held its first pair of home matches on Saturday. The Seminoles swept FGCU, 4-0, and defeated FAMU, 4-1 to improve their record to 3-1 on the season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 34-ranked Florida State women’s tennis team held its first pair of home matches on Saturday. The Seminoles swept the competition with victories over FGCU, 4-0, and FAMU, 4-1, to improve their record to 3-1 on the season.

“It is always good to get two more wins,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “I think we did a good job of getting control in matches and not letting up, which is important to establish early in the season.”

Florida State began its day with a match against FGCU at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

After clinching the doubles point with a pair of wins from its top-2 doubles teams, the Seminoles were able to use that momentum into singles play with three singles wins to defeat the Eagles.

Senior Kerrie Cartwright dropped the first game of the first set to Breana Stampfli, but dominated the rest of the set, winning six straight games. Cartwright edged out Stampfli in the second set tiebreaker to come away victorious in straight sets, 6-1, 7-6(1).

In her only singles match of the day, redshirt freshman Emily Fanning made quick work of her opponent, Julianna Curtis in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.

Next, the Noles headed inside to the Indoor Tennis Facility to take on the Rattlers of FAMU. Both coaches decided to play singles first and Florida State was able to win on four of five courts to clinch without needing the doubles point to decide the match.

Yukako Noi was a steady force in both singles and doubles on Saturday. She was the first one done in her dominating performance against FAMU’s Dominique Henry 6-0, 6-0. In her first match of the day against FGCU’s Elizabeth Means, she was able to comeback from down 0-2 in the second set to pull off the victory in straight sets 6-3, 6-2. Between the six straight games won in her match against Means and the 12 in a row to sweep Henry, the junior from Nara, Japan won 18 games in a row en route to a perfect 2-0 record for the day.

Senior Mia Vriens cruised to a victory in her only match of the day posting a double-bagel against Arrice Robinson from FAMU, 6-0, 6-0.

The Seminoles were able to push its unbeaten record against the Rattlers to 13-0 all-time.

“I am happy with the effort from the girls today,” Hyde said. “They didn’t waste any time. We were very efficient and just took care of business.”

No. 34 Florida State 4, Florida Gulf Coast 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Elizabeth Means/Sarah Means (FGCU) 8-3
No. 2: Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Julianna Curtis/Johanna Sterkel (FGCU) 8-2
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Candela Munoz Giron/Breana Stampfli (FGCU) 6-3 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #81 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. Sarah Means (FGCU) 6-2, 5-4 dnf
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Breana Stampfli (FGCU) 6-1, 7-6(1)
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Johanna Sterkel (FGCU) 5-7, 2-2 dnf
No. 4: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Elizabeth Means (FGCU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Candela Munoz Giron (FGCU) 6-4, 3-3 dnf
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Julianna Curtis (FGCU) 6-2, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA A&M 1
02/14/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Sweeps FGCU and FAMU in its Home Opener - Florida State Seminoles Official Athletic Site.
The No. 34-ranked Florida State women's tennis team held its first pair of home matches on Saturday. The Seminoles swept FGCU, 4-0, and defeated FAMU, 4-1 to improve their record to 3-1 on the season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 34-ranked Florida State women’s tennis team held its first pair of home matches on Saturday. The Seminoles swept the competition with victories over FGCU, 4-0, and FAMU, 4-1, to improve their record to 3-1 on the season.

“It is always good to get two more wins,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “I think we did a good job of getting control in matches and not letting up, which is important to establish early in the season.”

Florida State began its day with a match against FGCU at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

After clinching the doubles point with a pair of wins from its top-2 doubles teams, the Seminoles were able to use that momentum into singles play with three singles wins to defeat the Eagles.

Senior Kerrie Cartwright dropped the first game of the first set to Breana Stampfli, but dominated the rest of the set, winning six straight games. Cartwright edged out Stampfli in the second set tiebreaker to come away victorious in straight sets, 6-1, 7-6(1).

In her only singles match of the day, redshirt freshman Emily Fanning made quick work of her opponent, Julianna Curtis in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.

Next, the Noles headed inside to the Indoor Tennis Facility to take on the Rattlers of FAMU. Both coaches decided to play singles first and Florida State was able to win on four of five courts to clinch without needing the doubles point to decide the match.

Yukako Noi was a steady force in both singles and doubles on Saturday. She was the first one done in her dominating performance against FAMU’s Dominique Henry 6-0, 6-0. In her first match of the day against FGCU’s Elizabeth Means, she was able to comeback from down 0-2 in the second set to pull off the victory in straight sets 6-3, 6-2. Between the six straight games won in her match against Means and the 12 in a row to sweep Henry, the junior from Nara, Japan won 18 games in a row en route to a perfect 2-0 record for the day.

Senior Mia Vriens cruised to a victory in her only match of the day posting a double-bagel against Arrice Robinson from FAMU, 6-0, 6-0.

The Seminoles were able to push its unbeaten record against the Rattlers to 13-0 all-time.

“I am happy with the effort from the girls today,” Hyde said. “They didn’t waste any time. We were very efficient and just took care of business.”

No. 34 Florida State 4, Florida A&M 1
Singles
No. 1: #81 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Alexis Dean (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Symone Townsend (FAMU) 6-1, 5-1 dnf
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Shantal Blackwood (FAMU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 4: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 5: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 6: Elyisa Ortiz (FAMU) d. Kathryn Phillips (FSU) 6-1, 6-1


FLORIDA 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
02/18/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Take No. 2 Gators to the Limit.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 34 Florida State (3-2) women’s tennis team dropped a dogfight to No. 2 Florida (6-1) on Wednesday, 4-3 in the Sunshine Showdown. The match that lasted over four hours came down to the third set on the final court to decide a winner.

“We knew this team was good,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “I think tonight they proved to each other that we are a force to be reckon with. We took early leads in singles. We came out very calm and just playing our games – executing at a high level and doing the things that they have been doing in practice.”

The Seminoles were tied with the one of the top programs in the country at 3-3 with FSU’s Gabriella Castaneda and UF’s No. 44 Kourtney Keegan fighting for the final point. Keegan had match point up 5-3 in the third set before Castaneda was able to fight back and tie it at 5-5. Keegan was able to regroup and edge out the Seminole freshman to clinch victory for her team with a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 win.

“I think this was a good gauge for us to see where we are against one of the Top-5 teams in the country,” Hyde said. “I think we learned a lot from this. I think it’s going to be a little bitter to lose it because we were so close, but at the same time it is showing us what we are capable of this year.”

Senior Kerrie Cartwright provided the spark for the Seminoles early on. Going up against the No. 3 ranked player in the nation, Cartwright was not intimidated and played some of the best tennis she’s played all season. She fell down 0-2 in the first set, but fought back and won six straight games. The Nassau, Bahamas native, kept control of the match the rest of the way en route to an upset over Josie Kuhlman 6-2, 6-3.

Entering the match on an 18-game winning streak, junior Yukako Noi found herself in some holes against No. 13 Brianna Morgan. Down 5-3 in the first set, Noi rallied back to take the set, 7-5. Noi got down again in the second set 3-2, but showed poise in her first ever match against the Gators and gave Florida State its first lead of the night 3-2 after defeating Morgan 7-5, 6-4.

“Yuka just played typical Yuka tennis,” Hyde said. “She did a good job of playing her game – being steadily rested and grinding down her opponent. It’s what she does every time and stayed mentally and emotionally balanced. I am so proud of those two [Cartwright and Noi].”

Sophomore Daniela Schippers was strong of the gate against her opponent Stefani Stojic. Schippers wasted no time in her match and came away with a 6-2, 6-2 victory to then tie the match at 1-1.

The Seminoles had individual ranked singles wins over No. 3 and No. 13 players in the nation and came down to the wire against the No. 2 ranked team.

No. 2 Florida 4, No. 34 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: #4 Brooke Austin/Kourtney Keegan (UF) d. Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-2
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #9 Josie Kuhlman/Peggy Porter (UF) 3-6 dnf
No. 3: Spencer Liang/Belinda Woolcock (UF) d. Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #6 Brooke Austin (UF) d. #81 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. #3 Josie Kuhlman (UF) 6-2, 6-3
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. #13 Brianna Morgan (UF) 7-5, 6-4
No. 4: #44 Kourtney Keegan (UF) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 4-6, 6-3, 7-5
No. 5: #91 Peggy Porter (UF) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 7-5, 7-5
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Stefani Stojic (UF) 6-2, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 6, AIR FORCE 1
02/21/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Takes Care of Business in Saturday's Double Header.
The Seminoles won 10 of 11 points in victories over Air Force and Mercer.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 34 Florida State women’s tennis team grabbed two victories on Saturday to improve its record to 5-2 on the season. The Seminoles defeated Air Force (W, 6-1) and Mercer (W, 4-0) in the home double header.

“We knew it was going to be a long day today with the double header,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We just needed to continue to work on the things that the girls are working on to get better. We did a good job of that. The event this morning was a huge success. It was great to get so many supporters out here for the military appreciation event.”

Florida State held its Inaugural Scott Speicher Service Academy and Military Appreciation Match in the morning against Air Force. The Florida State University Army and Air Force ROTC, Seminole Sound and 80-plus veterans were on hand to help set a very special ceremony before the match begun. The Seminoles’ players and coaches exchanged Challenge Coins to each member of the Air Force team to help show gratitude for their service.

"We had a vision of really reaching out to our student veterans on campus and the military population in general,” Hyde said. “We have been doing clinics with them every couple of months and really trying to bridge the gap with athletics and the student veterans.

Every year we are going to play a service academy and celebrate the military all together. It is really cool to see an idea come to fruition, especially one of this importance.”

FSU got off to a solid start after seniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright clinched the doubles point with a 6-4 victory over Tracy Landram and Natasha Rizvi.

The Seminoles followed that with five singles wins en route to a 6-1 victory over the Falcons.

In the second match of the double header, Florida State kept its momentum going in a sweep against Mercer. The Noles started off singles winning 26 straight games between all six courts before dropping its first game.

Coming off a victory against No. 3 Josie Kuhlman of Florida on Wednesday, Cartwright continued to win in dominating fashion Saturday. The Nassau, Bahamas native, scored a double-bagel against Air Force’s Mary Meyers 6-0, 6-0 in her first match. Cartwright followed that win with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Grace Korta of Mercer. In three victories this week, the senior has won 36 of her last 40 games after trailing Kuhlman 0-2 in the first set.

Freshman Emily Fanning improved her season record to 13-9 after nabbing two wins on Saturday. Fanning defeated Carley Hatcliff of Air Force 6-4, 6-1 in her first match and swept Mercer’s Laura Kelly 6-0, 6-0 to finish out the day.

“The girls did a good job of coming out and taking care of business,” Hyde said. “Now we get to catch our breath a little bit before we have a huge week of training leading up to the first ACC weekend.”

No. 34 Florida State 6, Air Force 1
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Tracy Landram/Natasha Rizvi (AFA) 6-4
No. 2: Gabriella Castaneda/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Lily Forlini/Mary Meyers (AFA) 6-1
No. 3: Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Chloe Forlini/Carley Hatcliff (AFA) 6-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #81 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Natasha Rizvi (AFA) 6-2, 7-6(6)
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Mary Meyers (AFA) 6-0, 6-0
No. 3: Chloe Forlini (AFA) d. Yukako Noi (FSU) 7-5, 1-6, 1-0(8)
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Tracy Landram (AFA) 6-0, 6-1
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Lily Forlini (AFA) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Carley Hatcliff (AFA) 6-4, 6-1


FLORIDA STATE 4, MERCER 0
02/21/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Takes Care of Business in Saturday's Double Header.
The Seminoles won 10 of 11 points in victories over Air Force and Mercer.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 34 Florida State women’s tennis team grabbed two victories on Saturday to improve its record to 5-2 on the season. The Seminoles defeated Air Force (W, 6-1) and Mercer (W, 4-0) in the home double header.

“We knew it was going to be a long day today with the double header,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We just needed to continue to work on the things that the girls are working on to get better. We did a good job of that. The event this morning was a huge success. It was great to get so many supporters out here for the military appreciation event.”

Florida State held its Inaugural Scott Speicher Service Academy and Military Appreciation Match in the morning against Air Force. The Florida State University Army and Air Force ROTC, Seminole Sound and 80-plus veterans were on hand to help set a very special ceremony before the match begun. The Seminoles’ players and coaches exchanged Challenge Coins to each member of the Air Force team to help show gratitude for their service.

"We had a vision of really reaching out to our student veterans on campus and the military population in general,” Hyde said. “We have been doing clinics with them every couple of months and really trying to bridge the gap with athletics and the student veterans.

Every year we are going to play a service academy and celebrate the military all together. It is really cool to see an idea come to fruition, especially one of this importance.”

FSU got off to a solid start after seniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright clinched the doubles point with a 6-4 victory over Tracy Landram and Natasha Rizvi.

The Seminoles followed that with five singles wins en route to a 6-1 victory over the Falcons.

In the second match of the double header, Florida State kept its momentum going in a sweep against Mercer. The Noles started off singles winning 26 straight games between all six courts before dropping its first game.

Coming off a victory against No. 3 Josie Kuhlman of Florida on Wednesday, Cartwright continued to win in dominating fashion Saturday. The Nassau, Bahamas native, scored a double-bagel against Air Force’s Mary Meyers 6-0, 6-0 in her first match. Cartwright followed that win with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Grace Korta of Mercer. In three victories this week, the senior has won 36 of her last 40 games after trailing Kuhlman 0-2 in the first set.

Freshman Emily Fanning improved her season record to 13-9 after nabbing two wins on Saturday. Fanning defeated Carley Hatcliff of Air Force 6-4, 6-1 in her first match and swept Mercer’s Laura Kelly 6-0, 6-0 to finish out the day.

“The girls did a good job of coming out and taking care of business,” Hyde said. “Now we get to catch our breath a little bit before we have a huge week of training leading up to the first ACC weekend.”

No. 34 Florida State 4, Mercer 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Roxy Bartz/Grace Korta (MU) 6-4 dnf
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright/Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Xandra Fougner/Haley Powell (MU) 8-1
No. 3: Lana Rush/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Laura Kelly/Liza Klyachkin (MU) 8-2
Singles
No. 1: #81 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Xandra Fougner (MU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 2: Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Grace Korta (MU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Haley Powell (MU) 6-1, 3-0 dnf
No. 4: Yukako Noi (FSU) vs. Roxy Bartz (MU) 6-1, 1-2 dnf
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Liza Klyachkin (MU) 6-0, 4-0 dnf
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Laura Kelly (MU) 6-0, 6-0


CLEMSON 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
02/27/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Drop a Close One in Conference Opener.
The No. 52 Florida State (5-3) women's tennis team fell to No. 14 Clemson (7-4) on Friday in a tight battle, 4-3.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 52 Florida State (5-3) women’s tennis team fell to No. 14 Clemson (7-4) on Friday in a tight battle (L, 4-3) at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center. This was the first conference match of the season for the Seminoles.

In a close match from start to finish, the Tigers were able to snatch the double point early which ended up being the difference as both teams split singles.

“We had a tough match tonight,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We gave them everything that we had, but we were not quite sharp enough in a few spots. Another 3-4 loss is hard to take. It is a tough one on the chin, but we have to keep plugging forward. We have a lot of positive things that are happening as well. We are going to get over the hump. It is just a matter of time.”

Despite the close loss, two Seminoles were able to pick up victories against ranked opponents.

Freshman Gabriella Castaneda defeated No. 82 Beatrice Gumulya in convincing fashion in straight sets 6-2, 6-4. The victory gave Florida State its only lead of the day at 2-1. Castaneda improves her team-high win total to 14, and has won 33 of her last 41 games over her last three matches.

In the most epic match of the night, redshirt freshman Emily Fanning fought for over three hours to defeat No. 119 Tristen Dewar in a three-set thriller. Fanning dropped the first set 6-1 and was down 5-2 in the second with her back against the wall. The Timaru, New Zealand native found the will to win five straight games to take the lead at 6-5. She ended up winning the tiebreaker to force a third set, in which she was able to use her momentum to complete the comeback win 1-6, 7-6(5), 6-4.

“It wasn’t the best start I ever had, but it was really positive for me that I was able to fight back,” Fanning said. “Definitely a lot of steps were taken forward tonight.”

In both of their first ACC matches of their careers, Castaneda and Fanning came out with victories over ranked opponents.

Daniela Schippers was very strong for the Seminoles out on Court 6. The sophomore made quick work of Daniela Ruiz, winning in straight sets 6-3, 6-2. Schippers’ victory gave Florida State its first point of the match and tied the match 1-1. She has now won 34 of her last 41 games in her last three matches, and has won three matches in a row.

No. 14 Clemson 4, No. 52 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: #1 Beatrice Gumulya/Jessy Rompies (CU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: #53 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Tristin Dewar/Romy Koelzer (CU) 7-6 (40-0) dnf
No. 3: Joana Eidukonyte/Daniela Ruiz (CU) d. Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #20 Joana Eidukonyte (CU) d. #101 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 7-5, 7-5
No. 2: #58 Romy Koelzer (CU) d. #73 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 7-6(7), 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #82 Beatrice Gumulya (CU) 6-2, 6-4
No. 4: Jessy Rompies (CU) d. #83 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 5: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. #119 Tristin Dewar (CU) 1-6, 7-6(5), 6-4
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Daniela Ruiz (CU) 6-3, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 7, WAKE FOREST 0
03/01/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Sweeps Wake Forest.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 52 Florida State (6-3) women’s tennis team swept No. 53 Wake Forest (9-5) on Sunday (W, 7-0) for its first ACC win of the season. The Seminoles haven’t lost to the Demon Deacons since 2006 and have now won 12 straight matches against them.

The match was played at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center before rain forced the match to be moved inside to the Indoor Tennis Facility where the Noles were able to finish their win over the Demon Deacons.

“We did a fantastic job of rebounding from a pretty tough loss Friday night to Clemson,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “This is what we wanted to see from them today. I am proud of their effort. It was definitely a competitive match and it is exactly what we needed heading into next weekend with a convincing ACC win under our belts.”

The Seminoles came out strong, grabbed the doubles point and never looked back.

“One of the focuses that I hit on with the girls in the locker room before we played was the importance of us consistently winning that doubles point,” Hyde said. “It makes a big difference when you are able to go into singles with that point in your pocket. It was nice today. We need to start making that a habit.”

Seniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright dominated from the first serve in their doubles match against Andrea Retolaza and Zue Zhang for an impressive victory, 8-0.

The pair of junior Yukako Noi and freshman Lana Rush overcame a 4-2 deficit and strung together six straight games to defeat Samantha Asch and Luisa Fernandez, 8-4, and clinch the doubles point.

Florida State commanded the entire match and won on all six singles courts.

Senior No. 73 Kerrie Cartwright has won five of her last six matches after a 6-3, 6-1 win over Samantha Asch on Court 2.

Emily Fanning was coming off of a three-set thrilling victory on Friday after coming back from losing 11 of the first 14 games in her match against Clemson’s No. 119 Tristen Dewar. The redshirt-freshman didn’t need a comeback effort on Sunday as she cruised to victory against Kasey Gardiner 6-0, 6-3.

Sophomore Daniela Schippers entered Sunday having won 34 of her last 41 games. The Guatemala City, Guatemala native, struggled in the first set and early on in the second against Karen Forman. Schippers found a way to keep fighting and responded with a victory over Forman, 3-6, 7-6(6), 1-0(6). She has won seven of her last eight matches, including four in a row.

“Wins are hard to come by in our conference,” Hyde said. “It is the deepest conference in the nation. Any time you walk out with a win in conference play it’s definitely something not to take lightly because they are hard to come by.”

It was the third sweep of the season for the Noles – FGCU (W, 4-0) and Mercer (W, 4-0).

No. 52 Florida State 7, No. 53 Wake Forest 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Andrea Retolaza/Xue Zhang (WF) 8-0
No. 2: #53 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Kasey Gardiner/Kimmy Guerin (WF) 7-6 dnf
No. 3: Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) d. Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez (WF) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #101 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Xue Zhang (WF) 6-1, 3-6, 6-2
No. 2: #73 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Andrea Retolaza (WF) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Samantha Asch (WF) 6-0, 2-6, 6-2
No. 4: #83 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Luisa Fernandez (WF) 6-4, 6-4
No. 5: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Kasey Gardiner (WF) 6-0, 6-3
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Karen Forman (WF) 3-6, 7-6(6), 1-0(6)


VIRGINIA TECH 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
03/07/2015, BLACKSBURG, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Lose in ACC Road Opener.

BLACKSBURG, VA – The No. 57 Florida State (6-4) women’s tennis team drops its match against No. 49 Virginia Tech (8-4) on Saturday, 4-2. It was the first of four straight road matches for Florida State.

“Credit to [Virginia Tech head coach] Terry Ann and the Virginia Tech team,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “They played hard today and did a good job.”

The Seminoles came out strong with victories on the top-2 courts to grab the doubles point and take an early lead.

The No. 53 doubles team of Gabriella Castaneda and Emily Fanning tied up the doubles matches at one-each after defeating Ilinca Stoica and Kelly Williford, 8-4.

Seniors Daneika Borthwick and Kerrie Cartwright were unfazed by the opposing crowd and fought to clinch the doubles point for Florida State with a win against Francesca Fusinato and Raluca Mita, 8-6.

“After winning the doubles point again today, we came out flat on a number of courts,” Hyde said.

The Noles came out having to come from behind after losing first sets in four of the six singles matches and were unable to recover.

No. 101 Borthwick was a bright spot all day for Florida State. After clinching the doubles point, the Cumbria, England native, won her singles match in straight sets against No. 81 Ilinca Stoica. Borthwick was down 5-4 in the first set before breaking Stoica and tying the set at 5-5. The senior eventually won a first set tiebreaker and dominated from there for the win, 7-6(4), 6-1.

Florida State will travel to Charlottesville, Va. for a match on Sunday against No. 5 Virginia (9-2) at 11 a.m. The Cavaliers have the No. 1 singles player in the nation, Julia Elbaba, and two players ranked in the top-35.

“Obviously the result today was not what we wanted,” Hyde said. “We need to regroup and turn things around for another ACC match tomorrow against Virginia.”

No. 49 Virginia Tech 4, No. 57 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Francesca Fusinato/Raluca Mita (VT) 8-6
No. 2: #53 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Ilinca Stoica/Kelly Williford (VT) 8-4
No. 3: Elena Cerezo-Codina/Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) d. Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #101 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #81 Ilinca Stoica (VT) 7-6(4), 6-1
No. 2: Francesca Fusinato (VT) d. #73 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-0
No. 3: #104 Caroline Daxhelet (VT) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 4: Elena Cerezo-Codina (VT) d. #83 Yukako Noi (FSU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3
No. 5: Kelly Williford (VT) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) 6-2, 3-6, 4-2 dnf


VIRGINIA 6, FLORIDA STATE 1
03/08/2015, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 57 FSU falls to No. 5 UVA.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – The No. 57 Florida State (6-5) women’s tennis team falls to defending ACC Champion No. 5 Virginia (10-2) on Sunday, 6-1 at the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar’s Head Sports Club. The Seminoles have dropped their first two matches of their current road trip. Freshman Gabriella Castaneda shined bright after a tough loss the day before. She got off to a poor start by getting down 5-2 in the first set to Skylar Morton, but kept fighting to win five straight games and the set. The Miramar, Fla. native kept that momentum into the second set to defeat Morton, 7-5, 6-4. Castaneda improves her team-high to 16 wins on the season. Virginia came into the match Sunday as one of the best teams in the nation. The Cavaliers defeated Duke, 4-2, last season in the ACC Championship. Julia Elbaba is currently the No. 1 ranked singles player in the country and they have the reigning NCAA singles champion in Danielle Collins still on their team. The Cavaliers proved to be too much, as the Seminoles dropped their conference record to 1-3 on the season.

No. 5 Virginia 6, No. 57 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: Danielle Collins/Stephanie Nauta (UVa) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-2
No. 2: #53 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. #23 Cassie Mercer/Skylar Morton (UVa) 4-5 dnf
No. 3: Julia Elbaba/Maci Epstein (UVa) d. Yukako Noi/Lana Rush (FSU) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #1 Julia Elbaba (UVa) d. #101 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 2: #32 Danielle Collins (UVa) d. #73 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: #27 Stephanie Nauta (UVa) d. #83 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Skylar Morton (UVa) 7-5, 6-4
No. 5: Maci Epstein (UVa) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-3, retired
No. 6: Cassie Mercer (UVa) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 7-6(3)


FLORIDA STATE 6, SOUTH FLORIDA 1
03/12/2015, TAMPA, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Rolls Past USF.
The No. 72 Florida State (7-5) women's tennis team got back to its winning ways when they defeated USF (2-8) on Thursday, 6-1.

TAMPA, FL – The No. 72 Florida State (7-5) women’s tennis team got back to its winning ways when they defeated USF (2-8) on Thursday, 6-1. It was the second time this season the Seminoles have defeated the Bulls in a dual match.

“Today was a good day for us,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We started very well in doubles. This is the third straight match where we have gotten the doubles point. The girls did a great job of taking control of their matches.”

The Noles were coming off of two tough losses over the weekend, but were able to bounce back for their seventh win of the season with a strong effort from top to bottom.

“Today’s response just shows you how much character this team has,” Hyde said. “Their ability to put what happened in the past behind them, and come out and play like the team we are capable of being was great to see. They did that today.”

It all started with Florida State winning the doubles point. All three doubles courts were tied at 2-2 when the Seminoles kicked it into another gear and started to pull away from the Bulls.

Junior Yukako Noi and sophomore Daniela Schippers grabbed the first win on Court 3 as they defeated Juliana Cardosa and Hailey Grillo, 6-3. Shortly after, No. 54 Emily Fanning and Gabriella Castaneda clinched the doubles point with a victory over Vera Bessonova and Olga Martinez 6-3, to give FSU a 1-0 lead.

Florida State kept the momentum going by winning the first set on all six singles courts. Eventually the Noles swept the Bulls on five courts en route to their 6-1 win.

Senior Danieka Borthwick made quick work of a tough opponent in Olaya Garridos-Rivas in a straight-set victory 6-2, 6-3. In their last matchup Garridos-Rivas took Borthwick to three sets before the match was stopped due to Florida State clinching the dual match. Borthwick, the No. 99 singles player in the nation, now holds 6-3 record on Court 1 this spring.

No. 114 Noi rebounded in her straight-set win over Jessica Cortes 6-2, 6-3. Noi was able to keep her poise when Cortes was threatening with a comeback down 4-3 in the second set and having game point to tie. The junior from Nara, Japan put Cortes away with a backhand winner to clinch the match for Florida State and earn her 14th win of the season.

“Yuka [Noi] had a game plan and she stuck with it the entire match,” Hyde said. “It got a little tight in the second set, but she was an absolute champ mentally to play through some tight spots. She took care of business like she is very capable of doing regularly.”

The Seminoles got a big emotional boost when senior Mia Vriens came back into the lineup for the first time since February 14 when she defeated FAMU’s Arrice Robinson 6-0, 6-0. Vriens has been battling injuries throughout the season, but was healthy enough on Thursday to compete in her second singles match of the year. Vriens battled through a first-set tiebreaker and then was able to put away Juliana Cardosa 7-6(6), 6-1.

“It was awesome to get Mia [Vriens] back in there,” Hyde said. “It has been a long road for her. To see her go in there and get back to work, it is great for this team.”

Florida State previously played USF at the ITA Kick-off Weekend in Coral Gables, Fla. on January 24, where they defeated the Bulls 4-1 to earn its first win of the season.

“Another ACC opportunity awaits us up in Atlanta,” Hyde said. “We are excited for our road trip to Georgia Tech. We are going to have a lot of fans and supporters out to watch us. We are going to spend the next four days focusing on nothing but the match against Georgia Tech on Tuesday.”

No. 72 Florida State 6, South Florda 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Jessica Cortes/Olaya Garrido (USF) 5-3 dnf
No. 2: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez (USF) 6-3
No. 3: Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Juliana Cardosa/Hailey Grillo (USF) 6-3
Singles
No. 1: #99 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Olaya Garrido-Rivas (USF) 6-2, 6-3
No. 2: #89 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Vera Bessonova (USF) 6-4, 6-3
No. 3: #114 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Jessica Cortes (USF) 6-2, 6-3
No. 4: Olga Martinez (USF) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 5-7, 7-5, 1-0(5)
No. 5: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Juliana Cardosa (USF) 7-6(6), 6-1
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Laura Argente (USF) 6-2, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, GEORGIA TECH 3
03/17/2015, ATLANTA, GA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Squash Yellow Jackets.
The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team defeated No. 57 Georgia Tech on Tuesday in an absolute thriller, 4-3.

ATLANTA, GA – The No. 67 Florida State (8-5) women’s tennis team defeated No. 57 Georgia Tech (5-6) on Tuesday in an absolute thriller, 4-3. The Seminoles fought back to earn their second conference win of the season.

“Today’s match was everything you’d expect from an ACC battle,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “It is nice to finish our road trip with a big win.”

Florida State got down 3-1 with its backs against the ropes, but was able to overcome the pressure to pull off the come from behind win.

“One of the things we have talked about since the fall season is how crucial the depth is that we have this year,” Hyde said. “We have such a strong belief in each other that everyone is very capable of stepping up and producing wins.

We had our backs against the wall, but we stayed very poised and mature. All three of those final points did an amazing job of hanging in there through a lot of momentum swings. These types of wins can take you a very long way as far as the belief from the top of the lineup to the bottom.”

The match came down to a pair of tiebreakers with match-point on the line. Junior Yukako Noi and redshirt-freshman Emily Fanning both needed to win their matches on their respective courts in order for the Seminoles to come out victorious. They did.

“I didn’t look at the scoreboard because I didn’t want to know what Yuka’s [Noi] score was. I didn’t want it to add any more pressure. I just focused on my court and got the job done. When I shook hands with my opponent, I literally ran right over to Yuka’s court because we finished at the same time.”

Fanning was able to keep calm through her rollercoaster of a match. The Timaru, New Zealand native, went up 3-0 in the first set before dropping the next six games and the set to Megan Kurey. The redshirt-freshman took the second set to force a third. She was able to take a commanding 5-3 lead in the third set before squandering three straight games and now down 6-5 with the match on the line. Fanning dug deep and fought back to get to a tiebreaker where she eventually came away with the victory 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(3).

No. 114 Noi didn’t need three sets to win, but her match wasn’t any less stressful. The transfer from VCU, needed two tiebreakers in her battle to get a victory over Natasha Prokhnevska. She faced dropping the second set five different times, but was able to rally back each time. Mere seconds after Fanning won to tie the match at 3-3, Noi clinched the match with a 7-6(2), 7-6(11) win.

“It was the best feeling ever,” Noi said. “I knew that Emily [Fanning] was going to win. I was thinking that I had to win. I didn’t want to go to a third set. When I won the match, I was so happy.”

The Seminoles dropped the doubles point in a close fight. No. 99 Daneika Borthwick immediately came out on Court 1 and dominated her opponent No. 92 Johnnise Renaud in straight sets 6-0, 6-4. Borthwick’s victory tied the match at 1-1.

“After letting the doubles point slip out of our hands today, it was a huge effort on the part of Daneika to step up and get a quick point for us to even the score. It says a lot about the player that Daneika has become and how reliable she is. She continues to play complete matches and she is doing so many things right.”

Freshman Gabriella Castaneda started the comeback when she defeated Kendal Woodard 6-4, 7-5 to close the Yellow Jacket lead to 3-2.

Florida State has now won consecutive matches for the third time this season. It was the first time the Seminoles have defeated the Yellow Jackets since 2011.

“It was unreal. The support we had today was unbelievable. It was a real team effort to get the win.”

No. 67 Florida State 4, No. 57 Georgia Tech 3
Doubles
No. 1: #35 Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodward (GT) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-7(5)
No. 2: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. #61 Rasheeda McAdoo/Alexis Prokopuik (GT) 8-6
No. 3: Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnnise Renaud (GT) d. Yukako Noi/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-7(4)
Singles
No. 1: #99 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #92 Johnnise Renaud (GT) 6-0, 6-4
No. 2: #64 Paige Hourigan (GT) d. #89 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 3: #114 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Natasha Prokhnevska (GT) 7-6(2), 7-6(11)
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Kendal Woodward (GT) 6-4, 7-5
No. 5: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Megan Kurey (GT) 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(3)
No. 6: Alexis Prokopuik (GT) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-6(3), 6-0


NOTRE DAME 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
03/20/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls Short Against Notre Dame.
The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team loses a close battle to No. 32 Notre Dame.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 67 Florida State (8-6) women’s tennis team loses a close battle to No. 32 Notre Dame (10-6) at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center in the annual Paint It Pink match on Friday, 4-3.

“It was a tough rebound from Tuesday’s match against Georgia Tech,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Another 4-3 match against a top-ranked team is difficult, but it just shows how close we are to those teams. Notre Dame played really good tennis. I am proud of the girls because they really fought hard out there. We are very fortunate to have the crowd that we’ve had for our home matches.”

The Seminoles won three straight singles matches to take a 3-1 lead before the Irish rallied three straight singles matches of their own to come away with the road victory. It was the third 4-3 loss for Florida State this season against a top-ranked opponent.

Junior Yukako Noi got the Noles on the board first with a win over Julie Vrabel 6-3, 6-2. Noi has now won three matches in a row and six straight sets. She improved her record to 16-10 on the season, and her 16 wins are second most on the team.

Senior Daneika Borthwick has also won three matches in a row and six straight sets. The Cumbria, England native, has won six of her last eight matches after a victory against Quinn Gleason 6-2, 6-2.

“I think the success Daneika and Yuka are having is all rooted in the work they have been putting in,” Hyde said. “Their experience is so valuable. The hard work that they put in each day shows physically and mentally.”

Daniela Schippers was dominate in the first set against Jane Fennelly, but struggled early on in the second set. The sophomore was down 3-0 in the second set before she fought back and won six straight games and the match 6-2, 6-3. She has now won six of her last eight matches.

“Dany won in two sets,” Hyde said. “She made a great comeback in the second set after being down 3-0. The way she closed out her match was really impressive. She played with a tremendous amount of confidence.”

“I am really proud of how we played,” Hyde said. “It is imperative that we rebound quickly against NC State and FAMU on Sunday.”

No. 32 Notre Dame 4, No. 67 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: #21 Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson (ND) d. Daneika Borthwick/Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 8-0
No. 2: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. #55 Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel (ND) 8-2
No. 3: Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly (ND) d. Yukako Noi/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #99 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Quinn Gleason (ND) 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: Monica Robinson (ND) d. #89 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 5-7, 3-6
No. 3: #114 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Julie Vrabel (ND) 6-2, 6-3
No. 4: Mary Closs (ND) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-6(3), 6-3
No. 5: Allison Miller (ND) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Jane Fennelly (ND) 6-2, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 5, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 2
03/22/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Sweeps Home Double Header.
The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team added two more wins on Sunday in a sweep of its double header.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team added two more wins on Sunday in a sweep of its double header. The Seminoles defeated NC State (W, 5-2) in the morning then followed that with a victory against FAMU (W, 4-0) later that afternoon.

"We took advantage of being at home and got another big ACC win," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The girls did a great job of controlling matches today. I was very happy how we came out in doubles. We mixed some things up a little bit and the girls responded incredibly well. We had three really strong spots out there that we are really excited about."

Florida State started off the day with an impressive showing in doubles.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi knocked off No. 77 Elisha Hande and Joanna Nalborska, 8-2. No. 54 Gabriella Castaneda and Emily Fanning followed that with an 8-3 victory over Nicole Martinez and Sophie Nelson to clinch the doubles point.

"The doubles point is big," Hyde said. "It is a big confidence booster. We are going to continue to improve in doubles and today was another step in the right direction towards that."

The Seminoles kept that momentum going in singles by winning the first set all on six courts. FSU went on to win four singles matches in a row to take a 5-0 lead.

FSU took on FAMU in its second match of the double header for the second time this season. The Noles defeated the Rattlers 4-1 on February 14. On Sunday, Florida State won the doubles point again and three straight singles matches en route to the 4-0 victory.

Borthwick continued her recent success, adding two more wins to her record. The senior defeated NC State's Liza Fieldsend in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 and Symone Townsend of FAMU 6-0, 6-0. Borthwick has won five matches in a row, all in straight sets, and nine of her last 11.

In her lone singles match of the day, senior Kerrie Cartwright got back on track with a straight set win against Elisha Hande of NC State 6-3, 6-1. Cartwright won nine of the last 11 games to secure the victory.

Castaneda only dropped four games combined in her two wins on Sunday. The freshman defeated NC State's Sophie Nelson 6-2, 6-0. She followed that with a victory over Alexis Dean of FAMU 6-1, 6-1.

Florida State has won four of its last five matches.

"We are going to get ourselves recovered from a long week of tennis and prepare for a big road match against BC on Friday," Hyde said.

No. 67 Florida State 5, North Carolina State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Nicole Martinez/Sophie Nelson (NCS) 8-3
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. #77 Elisha Hande/Joanna Nalborska (NCS) 8-2
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Liza Fieldsend/Natalia Janowicz (NCS) 7-6 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #99 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Liza Fieldsend (NCS) 6-3, 6-3
No. 2: #89 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Elisha Hande (NCS) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Nicole Martinez (NCS) d. #114 Yukako Noi (FSU) 3-6, 6-3, 1-0(8)
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Sophie Nelson (NCS) 6-2, 6-0
No. 5: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Tayla Stenta (NCS) 7-5, 6-1
No. 6: Natalia Janowicz (NCS) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 5-7, 6-3, 1-0(10)


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA A&M 0
03/22/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Sweeps Home Double Header.
The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team added two more wins on Sunday in a sweep of its double header.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 67 Florida State women's tennis team added two more wins on Sunday in a sweep of its double header. The Seminoles defeated NC State (W, 5-2) in the morning then followed that with a victory against FAMU (W, 4-0) later that afternoon.

"We took advantage of being at home and got another big ACC win," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The girls did a great job of controlling matches today. I was very happy how we came out in doubles. We mixed some things up a little bit and the girls responded incredibly well. We had three really strong spots out there that we are really excited about."

Florida State started off the day with an impressive showing in doubles.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi knocked off No. 77 Elisha Hande and Joanna Nalborska, 8-2. No. 54 Gabriella Castaneda and Emily Fanning followed that with an 8-3 victory over Nicole Martinez and Sophie Nelson to clinch the doubles point.

"The doubles point is big," Hyde said. "It is a big confidence booster. We are going to continue to improve in doubles and today was another step in the right direction towards that."

The Seminoles kept that momentum going in singles by winning the first set all on six courts. FSU went on to win four singles matches in a row to take a 5-0 lead.

FSU took on FAMU in its second match of the double header for the second time this season. The Noles defeated the Rattlers 4-1 on February 14. On Sunday, Florida State won the doubles point again and three straight singles matches en route to the 4-0 victory.

Borthwick continued her recent success, adding two more wins to her record. The senior defeated NC State's Liza Fieldsend in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 and Symone Townsend of FAMU 6-0, 6-0. Borthwick has won five matches in a row, all in straight sets, and nine of her last 11.

In her lone singles match of the day, senior Kerrie Cartwright got back on track with a straight set win against Elisha Hande of NC State 6-3, 6-1. Cartwright won nine of the last 11 games to secure the victory.

Castaneda only dropped four games combined in her two wins on Sunday. The freshman defeated NC State's Sophie Nelson 6-2, 6-0. She followed that with a victory over Alexis Dean of FAMU 6-1, 6-1.

Florida State has won four of its last five matches.

"We are going to get ourselves recovered from a long week of tennis and prepare for a big road match against BC on Friday," Hyde said.

No. 67 Florida State 4, Florida A&M 0
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Elyisa Ortiz/Symone Townsend (FAMU) 6-0
No. 2: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Shantal Blackwood/Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 6-2
No. 3: Lana Rush/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Alexis Dean/Dominique Henry (FAMU) 5-2 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #99 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Symone Townsend (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 2: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Alexis Dean (FAMU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 3: #114 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Shantal Blackwood (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 4: Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 6-1, 5-0 dnf
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 6-2, 3-1 dnf
No. 6: Lana Rush (FSU) vs. Elyisa Ortiz (FAMU) 6-0, 5-1 dnf


BOSTON COLLEGE 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
03/27/2015, CHESTNUT HILL, MA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Falls to BC.
The Florida State women's tennis team dropped a close road match to Boston College on Friday, 4-3.

CHESNUT HILL, MA – The No. 61 Florida State women’s tennis team dropped a close road match to No. 65 Boston College on Friday, 4-3. The Noles won three of the last four singles courts, but it wasn’t enough to edge out the Eagles.

The Seminoles failed to grab the doubles point which ended up being the difference in the match. Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi were dominate against Asiya Dair and Jennifer Ren in their 8-3 victory. Seniors Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens were in a tiebreaker to clinch the doubles point, but fell to Emily Safron and Katya Vasilyev, 8-7(4).

“Losing the doubles point in a tiebreaker was pivotal in the loss today,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We need to step up and play bigger in big points more consistently. We need to take advantage of the opportunities we get and we didn’t do a good enough job of that in doubles today across the board.”

The Eagles used that momentum into singles play by winning the first set on five of the six singles courts. Florida State was able to fight back on two of those courts, but it wasn’t enough at the end.

Borthwick kept her solid play going in her match against No. 87 Jessica Wacnik with a straight set victory 7-5, 7-6(5). The senior has won her last six matches, all in straight sets. The Cumbra, England native has won nine of her last 11 matches and is 11-3 in dual matches this season.

“Daneika continues to improve,” Hyde said. “She is playing relentless tennis. She beats people physically, mentally and emotionally. These close matches last year, she was losing; now she is on the other side of it doing the same thing to other people. Her confidence is really high. She has some goals set for herself this year that she is really focused on. She is doing an amazing job.”

Despite battling an illness, freshman Gabriella Castaneda came away with another victory. She came out sluggish in the first set, but kept fighting to pull out a third-set win against Vasilyev 2-6, 6-2, 6-2. Castaneda has won her last three matches to improve her team-high win total to 20.

“Gabby playing through a stomach flu,” Hyde said. “She was tough as nails and did exactly what she needed to do for her team.”

Sophomore Daniela Schippers has been very consistent on Court 6 this season. She struggled early on against Heini Salonen, but kept her composure to win 3-6, 6-2, 1-0(8). Schippers is now 7-2 when playing on Court 6 and has won six of her last eight matches.

“Dany was the last match on and got that last point for us,” Hyde said. “She continues to be on the right track. We knew that this match might come down to her spot and she was ready.”

No. 65 Boston College 4, No. 61 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik (BC) d. #40 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-6
No. 2: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Asiya Dair/Jennifer Reb (BC) 8-3
No. 3: Emily Safron/Katya Vasilyev (BC) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-7(4)
Singles
No. 1: #93 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #87 Jessica Wacnik (BC) 7-5, 7-6(5)
No. 2: #115 Lexi Borr (BC) d. #102 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 3: Asiya Dair (BC) d. #117 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-1, 7-6(6)
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Katya Vasilyev (BC) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2
No. 5: Emily Safron (BC) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Heini Salonen (BC) 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(8)


FLORIDA STATE 7, SYRACUSE 0
03/29/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Sweeps Orange.
The No. 61 Florida State women's tennis team defeated Syracuse, 7-0.

TALLAHASSE, FL – The No. 61 Florida State women’s tennis team defeated Syracuse on Sunday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, 7-0. It was the fifth time Florida State has swept an opponent this season.

The Seminoles returned home after a match with Boston College on Friday. They won both doubles and all six singles matches against the Orange, showing no signs of fatigue from the quick turnaround.

“It has been a long couple days having to travel,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “It was definitely a unique part of our schedule. The girls did a great job adjusting to having to be flexible with the schedule. I was very happy with how they took care of each of their courts. Coming out with the double point is a big plus, and we did a good job of holding our leads in singles.”

Florida State clinched the doubles point with a victory from No. 40 Gabriella Castaneda and Emily Fanning against Rhiann Newborn and Amanda Rodgers, 8-2. The ranked pair won the last five games to give FSU a 1-0 lead. Senior Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens were dominate in their doubles match as they swept Breanna Bachini and Nicole Mitchell helping the Noles get off to a fast start, 8-0.

Using that momentum with an impressive effort in doubles, Florida State won the first set on five of the six singles courts.

Junior Yukako Noi was the first player off with a quick defeat of Newborn, 6-2, 6-2. She has won five of her last seven matches and has a career-high 18 wins this season.

Leading the team in wins is freshman Castaneda. The Miramar, Fla. native won her fourth straight match with a victory against Bachini, 6-4, 6-1. Castaneda won eight of the last 10 games to earn her 21st win of the season.

Senior Daneika Borthwick continues to be on a roll over the last month. She faced Rodgers on Court 1 and won in straight sets 6-2, 6-2. Borthwick has now won seven matches in a row, all in straight sets. She hasn’t lost since her match against No. 1 Julia Elbaba of Virginia on March 8.

“Daneika is in beast mode right now,” Hyde said. “Her head is down and her focus is very narrow. She is on a mission.”

Sophomore Daniela Schippers improved her record to 8-2 when playing on Court 6 after her defeat of Mitchell 6-2, 6-2. Schippers clinched the match with her victory and has now won her last three matches.

Florida State stays home for a difficult match against No. 2 North Carolina on Thursday and then a match against No. 17 Duke on Saturday to round out its home schedule.

“We are really looking forward to the competition that is coming for our last pair of home matches next weekend,” Hyde said. “It is going to be big for us. We are excited to be playing both of these schools at home. The girls are excited to take advantage of the opportunities that are in front of us, one match at a time.”

Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) vs. #59 Komal Safdar/Valeria Salazar (SU) 2-1 dnf
No. 2: #40 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Rhiann Newborn/Amanda Rodgers (SU) 8-2
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Breanna Bachini/NIcole Mitchell (SU) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #93 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Amanda Rodgers (SU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: #102 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Valeria Salazar (SU) 7-6(5), 7-5
No. 3: #117 Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Rhiann Newborn (SU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Breanna Bachini (SU) 6-4, 6-1
No. 5: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Komal Safdar (SU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nicole Mitchell (SU) 6-2, 6-2


NORTH CAROLINA 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
04/02/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Push No. 2 Tar Heels, Fall 5-2.
The Seminoles grabbed three ranked wins against the undefeated Tar Heels.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 66 Florida State (11-8) women's tennis team fell to No. 2 North Carolina (22-0) on Thursday, 5-2. The match began at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center before inclement weather forced the match to move inside to the Indoor Tennis Facility.

The Seminoles grabbed three ranked wins and is one of only six teams to get at least two points against the undefeated Tar Heels.

"Up and down the line today, singles and doubles, we played well," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The improvements are obvious and the confidence on this team is really growing. We had our opportunities and we have to capitalize. No one likes to lose, but our level of play was so high. You can feel the momentum building within this team. The girls are creating that wave of momentum. They are feeling it. They are believing in it and they can see it. I am taking a lot of positive things from today's loss against a very good UNC team. We definitely pushed them today and we are going to continue to push."

Seniors Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens got the day started on a high note with a dominating doubles win over No. 34 Ashley Dai and Kate Vialle, 8-3. The Noles hung tough, but weren't able to take the doubles point.

Leading the team in wins, freshman Gabriella Castaneda was strong from start to finish against No. 72 Whitney Kay. The Miramar, Fla. native, needed only two sets to earn her fifth ranked win of the season as she defeated Kay 6-3, 6-3. Castaneda has now won five straight matches and holds a 22-9 record this season.

"Gabby is really figuring out what she needs to do to get the most out of her game every match," Hyde said. "She sees her confidence continuing to build when she does it the right way. Today was just another example of her maintaining the level of play that she is capable of playing. She knows what she needs to do and she is starting to make adjustments consistently. When she does that, she is a very tough person to beat."

Sophomore Daniela Schippers played on Court 5 for the third time this season and stepped up to the challenge. She defeated No. 78 Ashley Dai in straight sets 7-5, 6-3 to earn her first ranked win of her career. Schippers has won four matches in a row and nine of her last 11.

"Dany is a ruthless competitor," Hyde said. "When she steps on court, she refuses to lose. She fights as hard as anyone in college tennis. She knows how to win and she knows what she needs to do to win. She wanted the opportunity to get a ranked win and she did it with a complete match. I am very proud of her effort today. It was huge."

"Practices have been going very well," Hyde said. "Improvements are happening and momentum is building. As this season lengthens, this team is getting better. The confidence within the team is growing. Everything is about preparation at this point. The focus will continue to be on everything that we need to do so we are 100% ready on Saturday for match day."

The Seminoles will honor Daneika Borthwick, Cartwright and Vriens against Duke for Senior Day.

"The seniors are on a mission and they see what is ahead of us," Hyde said. "We are going to enjoy the families and friends here this weekend and celebrating their final home matches. This is a very special senior class, but we have more work to do this season before we focus on them moving on."

No. 2 North Carolina 5, No. 66 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #13 Jamie Loeb/Caroline Price (UNC) d. #40 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: #33 Hayley Carter/Whitney Kay (UNC) d. Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. #34 Ashley Dai/Kate Vialle (UNC) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #9 Jamie Loeb (UNC) d. #93 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 2: #17 Hayley Carter (UNC) d. #102 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 3: #18 Caroline Price (UNC) d. #117 Yukako Noi (FSU) 7-5, 6-4
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #72 Whitney Kay (UNC) 6-3, 6-3
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. #78 Ashley Dai (UNC) 7-5, 6-3
No. 6: Kate Vialle (UNC) d. Lana Rush (FSU) 6-2, 6-3


DUKE 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/04/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Honor Seniors, Fall to Duke 4-0.
The No. 66 Florida State women's tennis teams drops its final home match against No. 24 Duke, 4-0. TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 66 Florida State women’s tennis teams drops its final home match against No. 24 Duke, 4-0. The match began at the Scott Speicher Tennis Complex before multiple rain delays forced the match to be moved inside to the Indoor Tennis Facility.

“Duke is a very good team,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “They competed unbelievably well today. We had some chances in doubles and had our opportunities, but just came up a little bit short. We competed unbelievably well. It was a tight match. We were right in it, but we just ran out of time.”

Florida State was leading on three singles courts when the match was called after Duke clinched the match for its 13th victory of the season.

The Seminoles honored seniors Daneika Borthwick, Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens before the match for Senior Day. The trio has led Florida State to 56 wins and have combined for 148 singles wins in their careers.

“It is a very special group,” Hyde said. “I am trying not to think about it too much because we still have so much ahead of us, but they are a special group. They have meant so much to this program and so much to me personally. They are such good girls and great leaders. They are great academically as well. They have helped a lot over the years in getting our GPA to be the highest of all teams on campus. They have won a ton of matches and have had a lot of big moments with us. Today is a hard day knowing that it’s our seniors last home match. It is going to be sad, but at the same time we just want to stay focused at what’s ahead of us as well.”

“I expect us to continue to do what we have been doing,” Hyde said. “We have come up a little bit short, but the process is in place. The girls are playing unbelievable well. We are just coming across some people that are playing a little bit better than us on the day. The road trip next weekend is a huge road trip. We have to go in and take care of business.”

No. 24 Duke 4, No. 66 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Samantha Harris/Annie Mulholland (DU) d. Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) 8-6
No. 2: #40 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Ester Goldfeld/Alyssa Smith (DU) 6-5 dnf
No. 3: Beatrice Capra/Rachel Kahan (DU) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-6
Singles
No. 1: Beatrice Capra (DU) d. #93 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-1, 6-4
No. 2: #38 Ester Goldfeld (DU) d. #102 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-0
No. 3: #55 Samantha Harris (DU) d. #117 Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #109 Rachel Kahan (DU) 3-6, 6-1, 1-0 dnf
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Chalena Scholl (DU) 7-6(2), 2-2 dnf
No. 6: Mia Vriens (FSU) vs. Annie Mulholland (DU) 6-4, 2-3 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, LOUISVILLE 1
04/10/2015, LOUISVILLE, KY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Strong Play Lifts Noles over Cards
The Florida State women's tennis team defeated Louisville on Friday, 4-1.

LOUISVILLE, KY – The Florida State women’s tennis team defeated Louisville on Friday, 4-1. The Seminoles have now won three of their last four road matches.

“Today was a very solid day for our team,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We did a good job of setting the tone early in doubles.”

The Noles got off to a quick start with impressive performances in doubles, winning both matches.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi dominated Elle Stokes and Manuela Velasquez, 8-1. Senior Kerrie Cartwright and freshman Lana Rush followed Quickly thereafter with a victory over Jessie Lynn Paul and Cassie Pough to clinch the doubles point, 8-2.

“Daneika and Yukako continue to play very well together and got another quick and convincing win in their spot. I was very proud of Lana and Kerrie for stepping in at the three-spot, playing for the first time together in a while,” Hyde said. “They also got a quick win on their doubles court to put us up 1-0 heading into singles.”

Florida State continued its success into singles play by winning three of the four matches en route to the 4-1 victory.

“The girls did a good job of approaching their singles matches with the momentum from doubles,” Hyde said.

Borthwick sustained her stellar play of late in her straight set win against Stokes 6-3, 6-1. The Cumbria, England native is 8-4 in conference play and has won ten of her last 13 matches.

“It took Daneika a couple games to adjust in the first set, but then she just completely steamrolled her opponent,” Hyde said. “She continues to do a fantastic job of leading in that top spot. I am very proud of what she brings every day. It makes this team that much stronger when we step out on court.”

Sophomore Daniela Schippers has moved to the fifth spot in the lineup recently and has really thrived with great performances over the last month. Schippers defeated Pough in straight sets 6-1, 6-3. She has won her last five matches.

“Dany figures out very quickly what she needs to do,” Hyde said. “She adapts and makes changes where she needs to. She puts her head down and just works. She knows what she needs to do and continues to do it. She is continuing to improve and she is getting better.”

Noi played great the entire match against Paul and came away with a 6-3, 6-2 victory. Her effort clinched the match for the Seminoles to give her team its 12th win of the season.

“Yuka played a very complete match,” Hyde said. “She was in control the entire time and finished her job.”

“I am very proud of the effort from the entire team today,” Hyde said. “Now we have to shift our focus to playing indoors up at Pittsburgh. They are going to be extremely energized, so we need to be ready.”

No. 69 Florida State 4, Louisville 1
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Elle Stokes/Manuela Velasquez (UL) 8-1
No. 2: #60 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Olivia Boesing/Chloe Willets (UL) 5-5 dnf
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Lana Rush (FSU) d. Jessie Lynn Paul/Cassie Pough (UL) 8-2
Singles
No. 1: #89 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Elle Stokes (UL) 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: Manuela Velasquez (UL) d. #111 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Jessie Lynn Paul (UL) 6-3, 6-2
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Olivia Boesing (UL) 6-1, 5-5 dnf
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Cassie Pough (UL) 6-1, 6-3
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Chloe Willets (UL) 7-6(3), 3-2 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 6, PITTSBURGH 1
04/12/2015, PITTSBURGH, PA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Defeats Pitt on the Road, 6-1.
The Florida State women's tennis team defeated Pittsburgh on the road Sunday, 6-1.

PITTSBURGH, PA - The Florida State women's tennis team defeated Pittsburgh on the road Sunday, 6-1. The Seminoles were coming off of a win against Louisville on Friday, 4-1.

"This was a really good road weekend for our team," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "It was a lot of travel and a lot of plane rides. We had to move from playing outdoors on Friday to playing indoors today and the team wasn't phased by any of it."

The Noles started the day with impressive performances in doubles for the second match in a row.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi moved to 5-2 together this season with a quick victory over Katherine Castro and Lolade Ogungbesan, 8-2.

Later, seniors Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens clinched the doubles point to give FSU an early 1-0 lead by defeating Molly Wickman and Amber Washington, 8-6.

"I was very proud of how well we played and controlled our doubles matches," Hyde said. "All of our doubles partnerships continue to improve each match and you can see the confidence building."

Florida State struggled early on in singles, dropping the first set on four of the six matches. They were able to overcome the early deficits and finished their matches strong.

"The girls were really tough today and did a fantastic job of making some adjustments after a bit of a slow start in singles," Hyde said. "Everyone adjusted and adapted as needed and we were very tough in all of our second and third sets today. Our team was very dominant once they tweaked a few things and they continue to compete up and down the line. I was very impressed with that today."

One of the players who didn't struggle at all out of the gates was redshirt freshman Emily Fanning. The Timaru, New Zealand native dominated Wickman in her straight set win 6-1, 6-0 to give the Seminoles a 2-0 lead. Fanning improved her record to 18-13 on the season.

"Emily was very quick to give us our second point on the board today," Hyde said. "She took immediate control on her court and did not let up for one second."

Junior Yukako Noi was solid and played a complete match in her defeat of Washington 6-2, 6-3. Noi earned her 20th win of the season.

The Seminoles clinched the match after a win from Daniela Schippers. The sophomore was in a big hole early, dropping the first set 1-6. She was able to find a groove in the second and stepped up to pull out a 1-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory. Schippers has won six matches in a row and is 8-2 in conference play.

Cartwright has struggled lately, but she got on the right track on Sunday with a win over Audrey Ann Blakely 1-6, 7-5, 6-3. Despite losing the first set and being down 2-5 in the second, she fought back to edge out Blakely.

"Kerrie got over a big hump today after being down a set and down 2-5 in the second set," Hyde said. "I was proud of how gritty she played and how mature she was to come from that deficit, take the match to a third set and eventually win. Kerrie showed a ton of heart and today was an important victory for her."

Freshman Gabriella Castaneda found herself down 3-0 in the third set, but was able to comeback in a victory over Callie Frey 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. Castaneda has won her last six matches and has a team-high 23 wins this season.

Florida State has won four of its last five road matches.

"Today's match just shows all of us how gutsy and competitive this team is," Hyde said. "We talk often about staying the course and that's exactly what this team is doing. Every player is really starting to hit their stride at the right time of the year. This is a very dangerous team heading into the end of our season and into the postseason."

No. 69 Florida State 6, Pittsburgh 1
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) 8-2
No. 2: #60 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey (UP) 7-4 dnf
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Amber Washington/Molly Wickman (UP) 8-6
Singles
No. 1: Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) d. #89 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 7-6(), 2-6, 1-0(6)
No. 2: #111 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) d. Audrey Ann Blakely (UP) 1-6, 7-5, 6-3
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Amber Washington (UP) 6-2, 6-3
No. 4: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Callie Frey (UP) 4-6, 6-4, 7-5
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Katherine Castro (UP) 1-6, 6-1, 6-2
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Amanda Wickman (UP) 6-1, 6-0


MIAMI 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
04/18/2015, CORAL GABLES, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Net Three Ranked Wins, Fall to ‘Canes.

CORAL GABLES, FL - The Florida State women’s tennis team (13-10, 6-8) fell 5-2 in a hard-fought regular season finale to No. 16 Miami (15-5, 11-2) at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center on Saturday.

The Seminoles picked up three ranked wins on the day over the Hurricanes. Starting with doubles, seniors Mia Vriens and Kerrie Carwright stepped up and dominated the No. 71 duo of Lina Lilekite and Wendy Zhang on court three, 8-3 for their second-straight win as a pair.

Senior Daneika Borthwick and junior Yukako Noi followed with a 8-4 victory over the No. 44 tandem of Monique Albuquerque and Clementina Riobueno on court one, securing the doubles point. Noi and Borthwick have now won three in a row together, moving to 6-2 on the year.

“The team played well today,” FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We came out controlling doubles on all three courts and I was very happy we came away with ranked wins on courts one and three.”

Adding the third ranked win was freshman Gabby Castaneda as she picked up her fifth win over a ranked opponent this season by defeating No. 76 Clementina Riobueno 7-6, 6-2 win on court three.

“I was very proud of Gabby,” Hyde said. “She continues to improve. She played against one of Miami’s seasoned veterans and she just left it all out there and she is getting better every match, along with the rest of our team.”

In addition to the convincing victories in doubles, the match on court two stopped at a 7-7 stalemate between No. 77 Emily Fanning and Castaneda and Silva Fuentes and Stephanie Wagner.

“Our doubles are coming along,” Hyde said. “Our confidence is growing at every spot and at any day, all three spots feel that they can get that point. That has been a work in progress for us this semester and the ladies have done a fantastic job adapting to new partnerships and today, their hard work showed.”

Florida State carried its momentum into singles, taking the first games on every court. However, Miami battled back to win five first sets, including three in tie breakers.

Miami tied the match, 1-1 after Fuentes defeated Daniela Schippers on court four, 6-2, 6-0 before No. 119 Cartwright fell to No. 38 Sinead Lohan on court two, 6-3, 6-4.

On court six, Vriens won a hard-fought first set but Albuquerque rallied to take the match in three-sets, 6-4, 6-0, 6-1 putting the pressure on courts one, three and five to pull through down, 3-1.

The Hurricanes clinched the match after eighth-ranked Wagner outlasted (No. 80) Borthwick 7-5, 6-3 on court one.

The final match in play was on court five between Fanning and No. 115 Lilekite. Fanning dropped the first set, 7-6, however she stormed back to force a third set tiebreaker, 6-1, but Lilekite would take the third 1-0 as the Hurricanes took the win 5-2.

“We had some very tight first sets,” Hyde said. “We’re in these matches and we just need to continue to play the big points big and be courageous when we have opportunities. It’s getting better throughout the semester. This is a good team and hands down, we’re playing our best tennis right now as we head into the tournament. Everyone knows that. They feel it, they believe it and I can’t wait to get to North Carolina to start our ACC Championship run.”

No. 16 Miami 5, No. 70 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. #44 Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno (UM) 8-4
No. 2: #54 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Silvia Fuentes/Stephanie Wagner (UM) 7-7 dnf
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. #71 Lina Lileikite/Wendy Zhang (UM) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #8 Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. #80 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 7-5, 6-3
No. 2: #38 Sinead Lohan (UM) d. #119 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #76 Clementina Riobueno (UM) 7-6(5), 6-2
No. 4: Silvia Fuentes (UM) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 5: #115 Lina Lileikite (UM) d. Emily Fanning (FSU) 7-6(5), 1-6, 1-0(2)
No. 6: Monique Albuquerque (UM) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 4-6, 6-0, 6-1


FLORIDA STATE 4, PITTSBURGH 0
04/22/2015, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Advances, Sweeps Pitt.

CARY, NC – The 10-seed Florida State women’s tennis team rolled to a victory over 15-seed Pitt in the first round of the ACC Championships on Wednesday, 4-0. The Seminoles will take on 7-seed Notre Dame on Thursday at noon.

“The girls were very efficient today,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “They did a great job of taking care of their business. The focus was exactly what it needed to be in this first round match. I am very proud with how mature the girls were and how they stayed very focus on their courts. They did a great job of getting on and off the court efficiently.”

FSU got off to a fast start and never looked back in the sweep of the Panthers. It was the ninth straight ACC tournament that the Noles have won their first match.

“Over the last few weeks there has been a tremendous surge of confidence within this team, and at the exact right time,” Hyde said. “This time of year is where we tend to be very strong. And today was the start to this Championship that we needed.”

Seniors Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens notched the first win of the day with an 8-3 victory over Amber Washington and Molly Wickman. No. 69 Daneika Borthwick and Yukako Noi followed that up with an 8-4 win against Katherine Castro and Lolade Ogungbesan to clinch the doubles point and give Florida State a 1-0 lead.

The Seminoles continued their momentum into singles, winning the first set on five courts and winning the second set on each of the three completed courts, 6-0. In the three singles wins, FSU won 36 and dropped only seven of the 43 games.

Schippers improved her record to 5-1 on Court 5 and 20-10 overall when she defeated Castro in dominating fashion 6-1, 6-0. She has won seven of her last eight matches, including her last five at the fifth position.

Redshirt-freshman Emily Fanning made quick work of Wickman in her 6-2, 6-0 victory to give Florida State a commanding 3-0 lead. Fanning has won three of her last four matches.

Noi clinched the match for the Seminoles by winning 10 of the last 13 games en route to a win over Washington 6-4, 6-0. The junior has won her last three matches.

Florida State will look to avenge a tight 4-3 loss to No. 36 Notre Dame earlier this season in the lone match between the two schools.

“We definitely wanted to see Notre Dame again,” Hyde said. “Earlier in the season we had a tough 3-4 loss to them that has stuck with us. We areplaying better tennis now. We are really excited to get out there and play them again.”

No. 73 Florida State 4, Pittsburgh 0
Doubles
No. 1: #69 Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Katherine Castro/Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) 8-4
No. 2: #63 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) vs. Audrey Ann Blakely/Callie Frey (UP) 7-6 dnf
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Amber Washington/Molly Wickman (UP) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #88 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) vs. Lolade Ogungbesan (UP) 6-2, 2-1 dnf
No. 2: #118 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) vs. Audrey Ann Blakely (UP) 4-6, 1-2 dnf
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Amber Washington (UP) 6-4, 6-0
No. 4: #116 Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Callie Frey (UP) 6-1, 4-2
No. 5: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Katherine Castro (UP) 6-1, 6-0
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Molly Wickman (UP) 6-2, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 4, NOTRE DAME 3
04/23/2015, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Nole Luck Needed.
The 10-seed Florida State women's tennis team upset 7-seed Notre Dame in stunning fashion, 4-3.

CARY, NC - The 10-seed Florida State women's tennis team upset 7-seed Notre Dame in stunning fashion on Thursday in the second round of the ACC Championships, 4-3. Senior captain Mia Vriens clinched the match in a three-set thriller to advance the Seminoles to the quarterfinals for the ninth straight season.

After dropping a close doubles point, FSU went on to win four singles matches to claim victory in a grueling match that lasted over four hours.

"We feel very confident in all of our spots right now," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "It was a team effort. For us to grab four singles matches against a very good Notre Dame team speaks highly of what this team is capable of."

With the match tied at 3-3 and one court to decide the outcome, Florida State relied on its most experienced player and leader to rise to the occasion and keep its season alive.

Vriens dropped the first set against Allison Miller, but battled back to take the second set and force a third. With the pressure mounting, the senior found herself down 4-3 in the third before rallying off three straight games to complete the upset and defeat Miller 3-6, 6-4, 6-4.

"There was a reason Mia was playing where Mia was playing today," Hyde said. "We had 100-percent trust in her ability since the first day she arrived at Florida State four years ago. She is endlessly talented and has every weapon possible. She has such a well-rounded game and she is so tough. The things that she has been threw in regards to her surgeries and injuries have only made her tougher and I think prepared her for a moment like this. If I could have chosen anyone to have gotten that point today, considering all of the things that she has been through in her career, I am so happy it was Mia. She was owed that moment and I am glad she was given that opportunity."

The Sydney, Australia native has been through a lot of adversity this season. Struggling with a back injury for most of the year, Vriens was playing in only her fifth singles match all season. The calm, even-keeled veteran shined when her team needed her most.

"It means so much to me," Vriens said. "Every opportunity you have to play, you feel so lucky to be out on that court. This was what I worked so hard towards every day. I was so happy to be able to get the win and I loved spending that moment with my team by my side."

Florida State was able to avenge its loss against Notre Dame in a match that was eerily similar from the one earlier in the regular season.

In both matches, the Noles dropped the doubles point. FSU's Daneika Borthwick, Yukako Noi and Daniela Schippers each won their singles matches against the same opponents. The difference was Vriens, who did not play in the first meeting, winning her match to give Florida State a 4-3 win this time instead of a 3-4 loss. "The difference between the match two months ago and the match today is that we are a better team," Hyde said. "We made a few adjustments in the lineup and I think that those put us in the exact position we wanted to be in with the match going as deep as it did."

Noi tied the match, giving FSU its first point with a dominating win over Julie Vrabel 6-1, 6-1. The junior transfer has won four matches in a row, including her first two ACC Championship matches.

The Noles grabbed their second point of the match when Borthwick defeated Quinn Gleason in straight sets 6-0, 6-4. The senior notched her 20th win of the season for the second straight year.

Schippers had an impressive performance in her match versus Jane Fennelly. The sophomore needed only two sets to nab the 6-3, 6-2 victory. Schippers improved to 14-4 in dual matches this season.

Florida State will now play on Friday at noon against No. 15 Miami, who comes into the tournament as the second-best team in the conference. The Seminoles have played the Hurricanes twice this season, suffering losses in both road matches.

"We are going to have to perform," Hyde said. "We are going to have to be ready for an absolute dog fight and ride the wave of momentum that we are on right now. There is something magical about this tournament for us. This is exactly what we wanted and we cannot wait to get out there and play Miami. When you compare the first match back in January and the match a few weeks ago to now, we are a different team. The confidence within this team is very deep right now at every spot."

No. 73 Florida State 4, No. 36 Notre Dame 3
Doubles
No. 1: #26 Quinn Gleason/Monica Robinson (ND) d. #69 Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) 8-2
No. 2: #63 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Allison Miller/Julie Vrabel (ND) 8-4
No. 3: Mary Closs/Jane Fennelly (ND) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #88 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. Quinn Gleason (ND) 6-0, 6-4
No. 2: Monica Robinson (ND) d. #118 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. Julie Vrabel (ND) 6-1, 6-1
No. 4: Mary Closs (ND) d. #116 Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-5, 6-1
No. 5: Mia Vriens (FSU) d. Allison Miller (ND) 3-6, 6-4, 6-4
No. 6: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Jane Fennelly (ND) 6-3, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, MIAMI 3
04/24/2015, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Nole Train Keeps Rolling with Upset of Miami, 4-3.
The 10-seed Florida State women's tennis team pulled off the upset over 2-seed Miami.

CARY, NC – The 10-seed Florida State women’s tennis team pulled off the upset over 2-seed Miami on Friday in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championships, 4-3. The Seminoles have now made the semifinals in six of the last eight seasons and will take on 6-seed Georgia Tech.

Florida State had lost both previous matches to No. 15 Miami in the regular season, but was able to use its momentum from wins in the past two days against No. 36 Notre Dame and Pittsburgh to edge out the Hurricanes and advance to the semifinals of the ACC Championships.

“This team is on a mission,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “They are taking things one day at a time right now. Yesterday we depended on three different kids to clinch all of the singles points and today we had three completely different spots step up and win today. It speaks to the depth and the confidence we have in every single position on this team.”

With the score tied at 3-3, the Seminoles relied on junior Yukako Noi with the match on the line. The transfer from VCU took the first set but dropped the second. She was down 2-0 in the third before she flipped a switch and dominated the remainder of the set and defeated No. 74 Clementina Riobueno 7-6(5), 1-6, 6-2.

“When Yuki makes her mind up and gets herself in a good place mentally, she is so unbelievably tough,” Hyde said. “It is so great to see the physical and mental come together perfectly for her. She is now playing with huge amounts of confidence. This was a great moment for our team.”

Noi was able to overcome a tiebreaker in the first set and losing eight of nine games, before reeling off six straight games to clinch the match.

“I tried to play my tennis,” Noi said. “I was thinking too much before, but my team rallied behind me and really motivated me. My team trusts me and I trust them. It was an amazing moment. I was so happy that I could come through for my team.”

Redshirt-freshman Emily Fanning picked up a 6-4, 6-4 victory against Monique Albuquerque to give Florida State a 3-2 lead. For Albuquerque, the loss snapped a 26-match winning streak in ACC regular season and ACC Championship contests. Fanning improved to 6-0 on the season in the six position and has won four of her last five matches.

The Seminoles started off the match with a quick doubles point thanks to an impressive performance from No. 63 Gabriella Castaneda and Fanning. The highest-ranked FSU pair defeated No. 51 Albuquerque and Riobueno 8-2. The win gives them nine in their last 11 matches and they are 9-0 when playing on Court 2.

Seniors Kerrie Cartwright and Mia Vriens clinched the doubles point after they grabbed a ranked win over No. 78 Lina Lileikite and Wendy Zhang. The veteran duo is 3-0 against ranked opponents this season.

“Gabby and Emily did a fantastic job,” Hyde said. “They did all of the things that we have been preaching throughout the year. When they do that it is a really tough spot for us. The two seniors down on Court 3 really stepped up to clinch the point for us, which was a big momentum boost for our team moving into singles play.”

Castaneda continued her hot streak in singles play when she gave FSU a 3-1 lead after her victory over Silvia Fuentes 6-3, 6-4. The freshman improved her team-high win total to 25 and she has won six of her last seven matches.

“The girls are taking responsibility for their roles and their positions,” Hyde said. “Nobody is relying on somebody else. They know that they can’t and that is making a tremendous difference in this team right now.”

Florida State takes on Georgia Tech in a rematch from their regular season bout on March 17 when the Seminoles upset the Yellow Jackets on the road by winning four singles matches, 4-3. The winner of that match will take on either No. 1 North Carolina or No. 10 Virginia in the finals.

“It’s a new day and a new tournament,” Hyde said. “Regardless of what happened against Georgia Tech in the regular season, the team we are now is not the same team when we played them. Across the board, up and down at every position, we are better. We need to take care of tomorrow. We have to continue to treat every match the same and do our jobs.”

No. 73 Florida State 4, No. 15 Miami 3
Doubles
No. 1: Sinead Lohan/Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. #69 Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) 8-7(3)
No. 2: #63 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. #51 Monique Albuquerque/Clementina Riobueno (UM) 8-2
No. 3: Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) d. #78 Lina Lilekite/Wendy Zhang (UM) 8-6
Singles
No. 1: #10 Stephanie Wagner (UM) d. #88 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: #40 Sinead Lohan (UM) d. #118 Kerrie Cartwright (FSU) 6-4, 7-6(4)
No. 3: Yukako Noi (FSU) d. #74 Clementina Riobueno (UM) 7-6(5), 1-6, 6-2
No. 4: #116 Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Silvia Fuentes (UM) 6-3, 6-4
No. 5: #111 Lina Lileikite (UM) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Monique Albuquerque (UM) 6-4, 6-4


GEORGIA TECH 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
04/25/2015, ACC, Chapel Hill, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Battles GT, Falls Just Short.
The 10-seed Florida State women's tennis team fell in an absolute dogfight to 6-seed Georgia Tech, 4-3.

CHAPEL HILL, NC – The 10-seed Florida State women’s tennis team fell in an absolute dogfight to 6-seed Georgia Tech in the semifinals of the ACC Championships, 4-3. The match was moved inside to the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center, home of the UNC tennis team, because of poor weather conditions throughout the day.

“Today’s match was a matter of points,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We played hard for close to five hours tonight. This match literally boiled down to a couple points and that is hard to swallow because you wish that those points turned out a little differently.”

After dropping the doubles point, five of the six singles courts went to the third set but the Seminoles came up just short of upsetting its third top-40 opponent in as many days.

“It is hard to get through this tournament when you have to start on Wednesday,” Hyde said. “The fact that on the Day 4, after having a win over No. 36 Notre Dame and No. 15 Miami, to go three-sets deep and be right in every single match is a credit to our girls. They just compete and they hate to lose. It doesn’t matter how they feel when they get on court. They want to win and they are going to do everything that they can to get it done.”

FSU fell down 3-1 to the No. 27 Yellow Jackets and down 5-2 in the third set on Court 5 with one game left for GT to clinch the match. Sophomore Daniela Schippers never quit and rallied from behind to tie the final set at five games apiece.

During that time, the Noles grabbed wins from No. 88 Danieka Borthwick over No. 102 Johnnise Renaud 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 and No. 116 Gabriella Castaneda against Kendal Woodard 7-5, 6-7(3), 6-1 to tie the match at 3-3.

Schippers was unable to take the match after having break-point with the third set tied at five and eventually fell to Megan Kurey 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 in a match for the ages.

“Dany might be down be she is never out,” Hyde said. “In that situation, the girls love having Dany with that responsibility on her back because there are very few occasions where she does not get it done. She never stops fighting.”

Redshirt-freshman Emily Fanning got the Noles on the board first with a victory over Alexis Prokopuik 6-1, 3-6, 6-0.

Florida State reached the semifinals of the ACC Championships for the sixth time in the last eight seasons. The Seminoles played four matches in four straight days with wins over No. 15 Miami, No. 36 Notre Dame and Pitt.

“What a week,” Hyde said. “Something definitely clicked this week. It has been clicking the last couple of weeks, but we really were able to show that in this tournament. We continue to be a very dangerous and motivated team. We look forward to the opportunity to continuing this wave of momentum that they started early this semester, but really executed in the last few weeks.”

The Noles now await to see their destination for the NCAA Tournament. The 64-team field will be announced on Tuesday. FSU has notable wins over No. 15 Miami, No. 36 Notre Dame and a road victory over No. 27 Georgia Tech. It has zero losses to unranked opponents and has won five of its last seven matches.

“One of the things I was most impressed with today was how our team represented our program and this university with such class,” Hyde said. “There are a lot of teams that don’t do that and we stood out today. I am so proud to coach these young ladies. They keep doing it the right way and I am endlessly proud with how they’ve carry themselves.”

No. 27 Georgia Tech 4, No. 73 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: #16 Paige Hourigan/Kendal Woodard (GT) d. #69 Daneika Borthwick/Yukako Noi (FSU) 8-0
No. 2: #63 Gabriella Castaneda/Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer/Megan Kurey (GT) 8-6
No. 3: Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud (GT) d. Kerrie Cartwright/Mia Vriens (FSU) 8-7(5)
Singles
No. 1: #88 Daneika Borthwick (FSU) d. #102 Johnnise Renaud (GT) 4-6, 7-5, 6-3
No. 2: #53 Paige Hourigan (GT) d. Yukako Noi (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: #116 Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Kendal Woodard (GT) 7-5, 6-7(3), 6-1
No. 4: Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Mia Vriens (FSU) 1-6, 6-3, 6-4
No. 5: Megan Kurey (GT) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 3-6, 7-5
No. 6: Emily Fanning (FSU) d. Alexis Prokopuik (GT) 6-1, 3-6, 6-0