Florida State Women's Tennis - 2017 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Tennis - 2017 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Jennifer Hyde, Head Coach
Zsuzsanna Fodor, Associate Head Coach
Scott Mottice, Director of Operations
Wes Piersal, Strength and Conditioning
Giorgia Pozzan, Volunteer Assistant

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2017 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Nandini Das, Mumbia, India

Andrea Garcia, Asturias, Spain

Gabrielle Goldin, Bradenton

Mary Haffey, Naples

Carla Touly, Montbrison, France


2017 Roster - By Name

L
T                            PY
R Name                  Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
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* Gabriella Castaneda   Jr   **   Miramar (Broward Virtual)
* Nandini Das           Fr        Mumbia, India (IMG Academies)
* Andrea Garcia         Fr        Asturias, Spain (CEEDCV)
* Gabrielle Goldin      Fr        Bradenton (Bradenton Christian)
  Mary Haffey           Fr        Naples (Laurel Springs School)
* Julia Mikulski        So   *    Essen, Germany (Helmholtz Gymnasium)
* Ariana Rahmanparast   So   *    Miami (Florida Virtual School)
* Daniela Schippers     Sr   ***  Guatemala City, Guatemala (Laurel Springs)
  Carla Touly           Fr        Montbrison, France (Lycee Francois Mauriac)

2017 Schedule and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
09/25
Ref
N
FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
September 23-25, 2016, Greenville, SC
 
10/02
Ref
N
BEDFORD CUP
September 30-October 2, 2016, Tampa, Fl
 
10/24
Ref
N
ITA SE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
October 21-24, 2016, Gainesville, Fl
 
11/06
Ref
H
SEMINOLE SHOWDOWN
November 4-6, 2016
 
01/16
Ref
A
COLUMBIA W 5-2
01/28
Ref
A
OHIO STATE
ITA Kick-Off
L 0-4
01/29
Ref
N
HARVARD
ITA Kick-Off, Columbus, Oh
W 4-1
02/03
Ref
H
NORTH FLORIDA W 4-0
02/03
Ref
H
FLORIDA GULF COAST W 4-0
02/18
Ref
H
AIR FORCE W 5-2
02/18
Ref
H
FLORIDA A&M W 4-0
02/21
Ref
A
MIAMI L 1-4
02/21
Ref
N
FLORIDA ATLANTIC
Coral Gables, Fl
W 4-0
02/26
Ref
A
GEORGIA TECH L 2-5
03/03
Ref
H
WAKE FOREST L 2-4
03/05
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 5-2
03/10
Ref
H
ILLINOIS L 0-4
03/12
Ref
N
PENNSYLVANIA
Tampa, Fl
L 2-5
03/17
Ref
H
DUKE L 0-7
03/19
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA L 1-6
03/24
Ref
A
LOUISVILLE W 4-0
03/26
Ref
A
PITTSBURGH W 4-1
03/31
Ref
A
BOSTON COLLEGE W 5-2
04/02
Ref
H
SYRACUSE W 4-3
04/13
Ref
H
NOTRE DAME W 4-0
04/13
Ref
N
FLORIDA A&M W 5-0
04/16
Ref
H
CLEMSON L 2-5
04/21
Ref
A
VIRGINIA L 3-4
04/23
Ref
A
VIRGINIA TECH W 4-3
04/27
Ref
N
VIRGINIA
ACC, Rome, Ga
W 4-2
04/28
Ref
N
NORTH CAROLINA
ACC, Rome, Ga
L 1-4
05/12
Ref
N
ARIZONA STATE
NCAA, Auburn, Al
W 4-2
05/13
Ref
A
AUBURN
NCAA
L 2-4
EOY Stats Ref

                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
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FSU RECORD IS   17-12     7- 5     5- 5     5- 2


2017 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1t NORTH CAROLINA       13- 1    33- 3 
 1t DUKE                 13- 1    22- 6 
 1t GEORGIA TECH         13- 1    27- 5 
 4  MIAMI                 8- 6    13-12 
 5t NORTH CAROLINA STATE  7- 7    19-11 
 5t WAKE FOREST           7- 7    18-11 
 5t CLEMSON               7- 7    14-13 
 5t VIRGINIA              7- 7    11-13 
 5t FLORIDA STATE         7- 7    17-12 
 5t NOTRE DAME            7- 7    18-10 
11  SYRACUSE              5- 9     8-14 
12t BOSTON COLLEGE        4-10    11-14 
12t VIRGINIA TECH         4-10    11-13 
14  LOUISVILLE            3-11    15-13 
15  PITTSBURGH            0-14     3-16 

2017 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Rome, Ga
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
04/26/2017  (12)BOSTON COLLEGE 4, (13)VIRGINIA TECH 3           Round 1
04/26/2017  (10)NOTRE DAME 4, (15)PITTSBURGH 0                  Round 1
04/26/2017  (14)LOUISVILLE 4, (11)SYRACUSE 2                    Round 1
04/27/2017  (9)FLORIDA STATE 4, (8)VIRGINIA 2                   Round 2
04/27/2017  (12)BOSTON COLLEGE 4, (5)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 1     Round 2
04/27/2017  (7)CLEMSON 4, (10)NOTRE DAME 0                      Round 2
04/27/2017  (6)WAKE FOREST 4, (14)LOUISVILLE 2                  Round 2
04/28/2017  (1)NORTH CAROLINA 4, (9)FLORIDA STATE 1             Round 3
04/28/2017  (4)MIAMI 4, (12)BOSTON COLLEGE 0                    Round 3
04/28/2017  (2)DUKE 4, (7)CLEMSON 1                             Round 3
04/28/2017  (3)GEORGIA TECH 4, (6)WAKE FOREST 0                 Round 3
04/29/2017  (1)NORTH CAROLINA 4, (4)MIAMI 0                     Round 4
04/29/2017  (3)GEORGIA TECH 4, (2)DUKE 2                        Round 4
04/30/2017  (1)NORTH CAROLINA 4, (3)GEORGIA TECH 3              Round 5

Individual Results        Highest   vs          3    Fall/Spring
Name                        Rank   Rank  ACC   Sets  Tournaments   1     2     3     4     5     6    NCAA Total
------------------------- ------- ----- ----- -----  ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
Gabriella Castaneda                2-10  1-10  0-3        0-3     5-13  0-2                                 5-18
Nandini Das                        1-8   4-8   3-3        7-4     1-3   5-8   4-0                          17-15
Andrea Garcia                      0-2   8-5   5-5        5-3                       1-1   7-5   5-4        18-13
Gabrielle Goldin                         1-2   0-1                                              2-2         2-2
Julia Mikulski               103   1-6   7-7   4-4        4-4     0-1   5-1   6-10                         15-16
Ariana Rahmanparast                0-3  11-4   5-1        1-2                       3-1   6-6   8-2        18-11
Daniela Schippers                  0-5   8-5   4-4        7-4                 2-2   9-7   0-1              18-14
Totals                                                   24-20    6-17 10-11 12-12 13-9  13-12 15-8        93-89

Doubles Results Highest vs Tie Fall/Spring Name Rank Rank ACC Break Tournaments 1 2 3 NCAA Total --------------------------------------------- ------- ----- ----- ----- ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski 57 2-3 2-3 Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers 1-0 6-1 1-0 14-2 14-2 Nandini Das/Andrea Garcia 2-1 2-1 Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast 56 1-3 7-6 1-1 4-2 1-4 14-5 19-11 Nandini Das/Daniela Schippers 0-1 0-1 0-1 Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski 4-3 6-5 3-0 9-8 1-4 10-12 Andrea Garcia/Ariana Rahmanparast 0-1 1-1 1-1 Andrea Garcia/Daniela Schippers 1-2 1-2 Gabrielle Goldin/Daniela Schippers 2-1 2-1 2-1 Opp/Daniela Schippers 2-0 2-0 Ariana Rahmanparast/Daniela Schippers 2-1 2-1 Totals 14-11 10-12 15-9 16-3 55-35

Gabriella Castaneda
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/23/2016         8  T  Jasmin Lee                MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 7-6(4), 6-2            0-1
09/24/2016            T  Ansley Speaks             FURMAN                 L 6-3, 6-0               0-2
09/25/2016        35  T  Sadie Hammond             TENNESSEE              L 6-3, 6-2               0-3
01/16/2017            1  Star Makarome             COLUMBIA             W   6-3, 6-1               1-3   1-0
01/28/2017         1  1  Francesca Di Lorenzo      OHIO STATE           dnf 1-6, 2-3 dnf           1-3   1-0
01/29/2017            1  Erica Oosterhout          HARVARD              W   6-3, 7-5               2-3   2-0
02/03/2017        58  1  Michelle Valdez           NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1, 6-3               3-3   3-0
02/03/2017            1  Maja Ornberg              FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 7-5, 3-2 dnf           3-3   3-0
02/18/2017            1  Chloe Forlini             AIR FORCE              L 6-0, 6-6 retired       3-4   3-1
02/21/2017         7  1  Sinead Lohan              MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1               3-5   3-2   0-1
03/03/2017        67  1  Kimmy Guerin              WAKE FOREST            L 5-7, 6-2, 6-3          3-6   3-3   0-2
03/05/2017        30  1  Martina Frantova          NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 6-2, 6-3               3-7   3-4   0-3
03/10/2017            1  Louise Kwong              ILLINOIS               L 6-4, 7-5               3-8   3-5
03/12/2017            1  Kana Daniel               PENNSYLVANIA           L 7-6(5), 6-0            3-9   3-6
03/17/2017        23  2  Meible Chi                DUKE                   L 6-2, 6-0               3-10  3-7   0-4
03/24/2017            1  Aleksandra Mally          LOUISVILLE           W   6-0, 6-2               4-10  4-7   1-4
03/26/2017            1  Amber Washington          PITTSBURGH             L 7-5, 6-2               4-11  4-8   1-5
03/31/2017            1  Asiya Dair                BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-4, 6-3               4-12  4-9   1-6
04/02/2017            1  Miranda Ramirez           SYRACUSE               L 4-6, 6-3, 6-2          4-13  4-10  1-7
04/13/2017        72  1  Monica Robinson           NOTRE DAME           dnf 6-3, 4-3 dnf           4-13  4-10  1-7
04/16/2017            1  Marie Leduc               CLEMSON                L 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(10)      4-14  4-11  1-8
04/21/2017       118  2  Cassie Mercer             VIRGINIA               L 6-2, 6-4               4-15  4-12  1-9
04/23/2017       102  1  Francesca Fusinato        VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4, 6-2               4-16  4-13  1-10
04/27/2017        56  1  Rosie Johanson            VIRGINIA               L 7-5, 6-4               4-17  4-14
04/28/2017         2  1  Hayley Carter             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-2, 7-5               4-18  4-15
05/12/2017        50  1  Kassidy Jump              ARIZONA STATE        W   6-2, 7-6(6)            5-18  5-15
05/13/2017        17  1  Alizee Michaud            AUBURN               dnf 6-3, 6-7(8), 0-2 dnf   5-18  5-15

Nandini Das
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Anastasia Rentouli        MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 6-2, 6-2               0-1
09/24/2016            T  Fernanda Navarro          CLEMSON              W   6-4, 2-6, 6-4          1-1
09/30/2016            T  Emilia Granstrom          CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   7-6(3), 6-0            2-1
10/01/2016            T  Andrea Lazaro             FL INTERNATIONAL       L 6-4, 6-2               2-2
10/02/2016            T  Jessica Cortes            SOUTH FLORIDA          L 4-6, 6-2, 1-0(3)       2-3
10/21/2016            T  Rafaela Gomez             NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 6-1               3-3
10/22/2016            T  Courtney Cesarini         CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-2, 6-0               4-3
10/22/2016            T  Maryna Veksler            FL INTERNATIONAL       L 6-4, 6-2               4-4
11/04/2016            T  Julia Bryne               OKLAHOMA             W   7-6(3), 6-1            5-4
11/05/2016            T  Jenny Moinard             CLEMSON              W   2-1 retired            6-4
11/06/2016            T  Smith Hinton              ALABAMA              W   6-2, 2-6, 6-4          7-4
01/16/2017            3  Ali Pollack               COLUMBIA             W   6-0, 6-4               8-4   1-0
01/28/2017            3  Gabriella De Santis       OHIO STATE           dnf 3-6, 3-3 dnf           8-4   1-0
01/29/2017            3  Jenna Friedel             HARVARD              W   6-4, 6-0               9-4   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Rafaela Gomez             NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-7, 3-3 dnf           9-4   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Julia Ascua               FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1, 6-3              10-4   3-0
02/18/2017            3  Elizabeth Barnickel       AIR FORCE            W   6-3, 6-3              11-4   4-0
02/18/2017            2  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1              12-4   5-0
02/21/2017        97  2  Maci Epstein              MIAMI                  L 6-4, 6-0              12-5   5-1   0-1
02/21/2017            1  Ana Guittierrez           FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-2, 6-1              13-5   6-1
02/26/2017            2  Paige Hourigan            GEORGIA TECH           L 7-5, 6-2              13-6   6-2   0-2
03/03/2017        86  2  Emma Davis                WAKE FOREST          dnf 6-7(3), 7-5, 0-1 dnf  13-6   6-2   0-2
03/05/2017            2  Claudia Wiktorin          NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-3, 6-1              14-6   7-2   1-2
03/10/2017            2  Alexis Casati             ILLINOIS             dnf 6-3, 3-6, 1-0 dnf     14-6   7-2
03/12/2017            2  Ria Vaidya                PENNSYLVANIA           L 2-6, 7-5, 1-0(6)      14-7   7-3
03/17/2017        90  1  Samantha Harris           CLEMSON                L 4-6, 6-4, 1-0(9)      14-8   7-4   1-3
03/19/2017         2  1  Hayley Carter             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3, 6-3              14-9   7-5   1-4
03/24/2017            2  Mariana Humberg           LOUISVILLE           W   6-1, 7-6(4)           15-9   8-5   2-4
03/26/2017            2  Audrey Ann Blakely        PITTSBURGH           dnf 6-3, 2-6 dnf          15-9   8-5   2-4
03/31/2017            2  Lexi Borr                 BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-3, 3-6, 6-3         16-9   9-5   3-4
04/02/2017            2  Gabriela Knutson          SYRACUSE               L 6-2, 6-2              16-10  9-6   3-5
04/13/2017            2  Brooke Broda              NOTRE DAME           dnf 1-6, 3-4 dnf          16-10  9-6   3-5
04/13/2017            1  Olivia Rolle              FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-1, 2-1 dnf          16-10  9-6
04/16/2017        83  2  Ayan Broomfield           CLEMSON                L 6-3, 6-1              16-11  9-7   3-6
04/21/2017        49  1  Rosie Johanson            VIRGINIA               L 6-4, 6-3              16-12  9-8   3-7
04/23/2017        84  2  Natalie Novotna           VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4, 6-2              16-13  9-9   3-8
04/27/2017            2  Cassie Mercer             VIRGINIA             dnf 3-6, 6-2, 4-2 dnf     16-13  9-9
04/28/2017        15  2  Sara Daavettila           NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 7-5              16-14  9-10
05/12/2017       108  2  Sammi Hampton             ARIZONA STATE        W   6-3, 7-6(4)           17-14 10-10
05/13/2017        29  2  Andi Dikosavljevic        AUBURN                 L 6-1, 6-2              17-15 10-11

Andrea Garcia
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Ariadna Riley             TENNESSEE              L 6-4, 4-6, 6-4          0-1
09/24/2016            T  Chandler Carter           WAKE FOREST            L 6-4, 6-1               0-2
09/25/2016            T  Ashley Bongart            TENNESSEE            W   6-4, 6-2               1-2
10/21/2016            T  Natalia Serrano           CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-1, 6-3               2-2
10/22/2016            T  Maci Epstein              MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1               2-3
11/04/2016            T  Kelsey Grambeau           WISCONSIN            W   2-6, 6-4, 6-0          3-3
11/05/2016            T  Ally Miller-Krasilnikov   CLEMSON              W   3-6, 6-1, 6-3          4-3
11/06/2016            T  Ann Selim                 OKLAHOMA             W   7-5, 6-2               5-3
01/16/2017            6  Adi Milstein              COLUMBIA             W   4-6, 6-3, 6-2          6-3   1-0
01/28/2017            6  Ferny Angeles Paz         OHIO STATE             L 6-1, 6-0               6-4   1-1
01/29/2017            6  Natasha Gonzalez          HARVARD              dnf 6-3, 4-6, 0-3 dnf      6-4   1-1
02/03/2017            6  Irina Karangozishvili     NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 7-6(3)            7-4   2-1
02/03/2017            6  Laura Falceto Font        FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-3, 5-4 dnf           7-4   2-1
02/18/2017            6  Jocelle Rudico            AIR FORCE            W   6-3, 6-0               8-4   3-1
02/18/2017            5  Kiara Shaw                FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0               9-4   4-1
02/21/2017            6  Silvia Fuentes            MIAMI                dnf 1-6, 6-4 dnf           9-4   4-1   0-0
02/21/2017            5  Naiya Oden                FLORIDA ATLANTIC     dnf 6-3, 2-6 dnf           9-4   4-1
02/26/2017       102  5  Nami Otsuka               GEORGIA TECH           L 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(2)       9-5   4-2   0-1
03/03/2017            6  Luisa Fernandez           WAKE FOREST            L 7-5, 4-6, 6-3          9-6   4-3   0-2
03/05/2017            6  Amanda Rebol              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-2, 6-1              10-6   5-3   1-2
03/10/2017            6  Grace Tapak               ILLINOIS               L 6-3, 6-4              10-7   5-4
03/12/2017            6  Luba Vazhenina            PENNSYLVANIA           L 6-3, 6-4              10-8   5-5
03/17/2017            5  Alyssa Smith              DUKE                   L 7-5, 7-6(7)           10-9   5-6   1-3
03/19/2017        33  4  Alexa Graham              NORTH CAROLINA         L 7-6(8), 7-5           10-10  5-7   1-4
03/24/2017            6  Olivia Boesing            LOUISVILLE           dnf 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 dnf     10-10  5-7   1-4
03/26/2017            6  Natsumi Okamoto           PITTSBURGH           W   6-2, 6-4              11-10  6-7   2-4
03/31/2017            5  Emily Safron              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-7(3), 6-3, 6-4      12-10  7-7   3-4
04/02/2017            5  Dina Hegab                SYRACUSE             W   6-4, 6-1              13-10  8-7   4-4
04/13/2017            5  Mary Closs                NOTRE DAME           W   6-2, 6-0              14-10  9-7   5-4
04/13/2017            4  Karen Machisa             FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-2              15-10 10-7
04/16/2017            5  Daniela Ruiz              CLEMSON              W   7-6(4), 6-4           16-10 11-7   6-4
04/21/2017            5  Teodora Radosavljevic     VIRGINIA               L 2-6, 6-4, 6-2         16-11 11-8   6-5
04/23/2017            5  Sansitha Nandakumar       VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-1, 6-1              17-11 12-8   7-5
04/27/2017            5  Theodora Radosavljevic    VIRGINIA             W   6-0, 3-6, 6-2         18-11 13-8
04/28/2017        97  5  Makenna Jones             NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 7-6(6), 5-4 dnf       18-11 13-8
05/12/2017            5  Savannah Slaysman         ARIZONA STATE          L 6-2, 7-6(3)           18-12 13-9
05/13/2017            5  Alannah Griffin           AUBURN                 L 2-6, 6-2, 6-3         18-13 13-10

Gabrielle Goldin
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
02/18/2017            6  Karen Machisa             FLORIDA A&M          W   6-2, 6-0               1-0   1-0
02/21/2017            6  Alisa Rudenko             FLORIDA ATLANTIC     dnf 0-6, 4-5 dnf           1-0   1-0
02/26/2017            6  Nadia Gizdova             GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 6-2               1-1   1-1   0-1
03/19/2017            6  Chloe Ouellet-Pizer       NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 6-7(8), 1-0(3)    1-2   1-2   0-2
04/13/2017            6  Elizabeth Clayton         FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-0               2-2   2-2

Mary Haffey
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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Julia Mikulski
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Katty Weymouth            FURMAN                 L 6-2, 6-3               0-1
09/24/2016            T  Chloe Ouellette Pizer     NORTH CAROLINA       W   3-6, 6-4, 6-1          1-1
09/25/2016            T  Fernanda Contreras        VANDERBILT             L 6-3, 6-4               1-2
10/21/2016            T  Clara Tamielian           MIAMI                W   6-2, 6-2               2-2
10/22/2016        77  T  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 5-7, 6-1, 6-2          2-3
11/04/2016            T  Maria Avgerinos           WISCONSIN            W   4-6, 6-2, 6-4          3-3
11/05/2016            T  Monica Matias             CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-3, 6-1               4-3
11/06/2016            T  Ayan Broomfield           CLEMSON                L 6-2, 6-7(6), 1-0(8)    4-4
01/16/2017            2  Rima Asatrian             COLUMBIA             W   7-6(), 6-4             5-4   1-0
01/28/2017        41  2  Anna Sanford              OHIO STATE           dnf 4-6, 4-1 dnf           5-4   1-0
01/29/2017            2  June Lee                  HARVARD              W   6-4, 6-4               6-4   2-0
02/03/2017            2  Quetzali Vazquez          NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 6-0, 4-6 dnf           6-4   2-0
02/03/2017            2  Breana Stampfli           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-3, 6-3               7-4   3-0
02/18/2017            2  TJ Fumagalli              AIR FORCE              L 6-3, 6-3               7-5   3-1
02/18/2017            1  Olivia Rolle              FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-2, 3-3 dnf           7-5   3-1
02/21/2017        76  3  Estela Perez-Somarriba    MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-3               7-6   3-2   0-1
02/21/2017            2  Laura Fabrizi             FLORIDA ATLANTIC     dnf 6-4, 5-4 dnf           7-6   3-2
02/26/2017            1  Johnnise Renaud           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 6-0               7-7   3-3   0-2
03/03/2017            3  Joanna Zalewski           WAKE FOREST            L 6-1, 6-2               7-8   3-4   0-3
03/05/2017            3  Anna Rogers               NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 7-6(2), 6-1            7-9   3-5   0-4
03/10/2017            3  Madie Baillon             ILLINOIS             dnf 6-7(3), 3-3 dnf        7-9   3-5
03/12/2017            3  Ashley Zu                 PENNSYLVANIA         W   7-6(1), 6-2            8-9   4-5
03/17/2017        42  3  Chalena Scholl            DUKE                   L 6-3, 6-3               8-10  4-6   0-5
03/19/2017         4  2  Sara Daacettila           NORTH CAROLINA       W   2-6, 6-4, 1-0(8)       9-10  5-6   1-5
03/24/2017  103       3  Elle Stokes               LOUISVILLE           W   6-2, 6-4              10-10  6-6   2-5
03/26/2017  103       3  Gabriela Rezende          PITTSBURGH           W   6-2, 6-2              11-10  7-6   3-5
03/31/2017  103       3  Dasha Possokhova          BOSTON COLLEGE       W   4-6, 6-1, 6-4         12-10  8-6   4-5
04/02/2017  103       3  Anna Shkudun              SYRACUSE             W   6-3, 7-6(2)           13-10  9-6   5-5
04/13/2017  105       3  Allison Miller            NOTRE DAME           dnf 6-7(2) dnf            13-10  9-6   5-5
04/13/2017  105       2  Arrice Robinson           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1              14-10 10-6
04/16/2017  105       3  Fernanda Navarro          CLEMSON                L 6-1, 6-4              14-11 10-7   5-6
04/21/2017  109       3  Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA             W   6-1, 6-3              15-11 11-7   6-6
04/23/2017  109       3  Elena Cerezo-Codina       VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-1, 6-2              15-12 11-8   6-7
04/27/2017  113       3  Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA               L 6-3, 6-1              15-13 11-9
04/28/2017  113   32  3  Jessie Aney               NORTH CAROLINA         L 4-6, 6-1, 6-2         15-14 11-10
05/12/2017       124  3  Kelley Anderson           ARIZONA STATE          L 6-4, 6-2              15-15 11-11
05/13/2017       115  3  Taylor Russo              AUBURN                 L 2-6, 6-1, 6-1         15-16 11-12

Ariana Rahmanparast
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/30/2016            T  Jessica Cortes            SOUTH FLORIDA          L 6-3, 4-6, 6-2          0-1
10/21/2016            T  Lucie Renault             STETSON              W   6-0, 6-7(), 6-3        1-1
10/22/2016        24  T  Paige Hourigan            GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 6-4               1-2
01/16/2017            4  Alexandra Solovyev        COLUMBIA               L 6-3, 6-4               1-3   0-1
01/28/2017        59  5  Miho Kowase               OHIO STATE             L 6-1, 6-1               1-4   0-2
01/29/2017            5  Irene Lu                  HARVARD                L 6-1, 6-2               1-5   0-3
02/03/2017            5  Kinga Gartner             NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-2, 6-2               2-5   1-3
02/03/2017            5  Sara Kelly                FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 6-3, 5-2 dnf           2-5   1-3
02/18/2017            5  Nadeen Lieberman          AIR FORCE            W   6-0, 4-6, 6-4          3-5   2-3
02/18/2017            4  Sophia Osabouhien         FLORIDA A&M          W   6-0, 6-1               4-5   3-3
02/21/2017            5  Dominika Paterova         MIAMI                  L 6-4, 6-3               4-6   3-4   0-1
02/21/2017            4  Marisa Ruiz               FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-4, 6-3               5-6   4-4
02/26/2017            4  Kenya Jones               GEORGIA TECH         W   0-6, 7-5, 6-3          6-6   5-4   1-1
03/03/2017            5  Samantha Asch             WAKE FOREST          W   7-6(1), 7-6(3)         7-6   6-4   2-1
03/05/2017            5  Bianca Moldovan           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   3-6, 6-3, 7-5          8-6   7-4   3-1
03/10/2017            5  Daniela Novak             ILLINOIS               L 6-1, 6-4               8-7   7-5
03/12/2017            5  Marta Kowalska            PENNSYLVANIA           L 7-6(6), 6-2            8-8   7-6
03/17/2017            6  Ellyse Hamlin             DUKE                   L 6-3, 7-6(5)            8-9   7-7   3-2
03/19/2017        78  5  Makenna Jones             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-0, 6-0               8-10  7-8   3-3
03/24/2017            5  Tiffany Huber             LOUISVILLE           dnf 6-2, 6-7(5), 1-1 dnf   8-10  7-8   3-3
03/26/2017            5  Clara Lucas               PITTSBURGH           W   6-2, 6-0               9-10  8-8   4-3
03/31/2017            6  Elene Tsokilauri          BOSTON COLLEGE       W   4-6, 6-4, 6-3         10-10  9-8   5-3
04/02/2017            6  Nicole Mitchell           SYRACUSE             W   6-0, 6-3              11-10 10-8   6-3
04/13/2017            6  Rachel Chong              NOTRE DAME           W   6-1, 6-4              12-10 11-8   7-3
04/13/2017            5  Sophia Osabouhein         FLORIDA A&M          W   6-2, 6-0              13-10 12-8
04/16/2017            6  Constanza Gorches         CLEMSON                L 6-1, 6-3              13-11 12-9   7-4
04/21/2017            6  Camille Favero            VIRGINIA             W   6-4, 6-2              14-11 13-9   8-4
04/23/2017            6  Katherine Butler          VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-3, 6-3              15-11 14-9   9-4
04/27/2017            6  Hunter Bleser             VIRGINIA             W   6-1, 6-1              16-11 15-9
04/28/2017            6  Chloe Ouellet-Pizer       NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 2-6, 7-6(5), 2-5 dnf  16-11 15-9
05/12/2017            6  Gussie O'Sullivan         ARIZONA STATE        W   7-5, 6-4              17-11 16-9
05/13/2017            6  Caroline Turner           AUBURN               W   6-3, 6-2              18-11 17-9

Daniela Schippers
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/23/2016            T  Ally Miller-Krasilnikov   CLEMSON              W   6-2, 6-7(6), 7-5       1-0
09/24/2016            T  Kim Kermet                TENNESSEE              L 6-3, 6-0               1-1
09/25/2016            T  Hannah Ferrett            FURMAN                 L 7-5, 5-7, 7-5          1-2
09/30/2016            T  Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA          L 7-5, 7-6(5)            1-3
10/01/2016            T  Gabriela Ferreira         FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-1, 7-5               2-3
10/02/2016            T  Marisa Ruiz               FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-3, 6-2               3-3
10/21/2016            T  Tarani Kamoe              GEORGIA STATE        W   6-1, 6-4               4-3
10/22/2016        89  T  Josie Kuhlman             FLORIDA                L 6-1, 6-0               4-4
11/04/2016            T  Michelle Linden           WISCONSIN            W   6-2, 6-3               5-4
11/05/2016            T  Elizabeth Bagerbaseh      CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-1, 6-1               6-4
11/06/2016            T  Christiana Brigante       OKLAHOMA             W   6-2, 6-0               7-4
01/16/2017            5  Andrea Kevakian           COLUMBIA               L 0-6, 7-6(), 6-3        7-5   0-1
01/28/2017            4  Sandy Niehaus             OHIO STATE             L 6-1, 6-2               7-6   0-2
01/29/2017            4  Annika Ringblom           HARVARD              dnf 5-7, 4-4 dnf           7-6   0-2
02/03/2017            4  Luise Intert              NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 6-2, 4-5 dnf           7-6   0-2
02/03/2017            4  Julianna Curtis           FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1, 6-1               8-6   1-2
02/18/2017            4  Lil Forlini               AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-1               9-6   2-2
02/18/2017            3  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          dnf 6-2, 4-1 dnf           9-6   2-2
02/21/2017            4  Ana Madcur                MIAMI                dnf 6-4, 0-4 dnf           9-6   2-2   0-0
02/21/2017            3  Lyndsey Boos              FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-0, 6-3              10-6   3-2
02/26/2017        71  3  Rasheeda McAdoo           GEORGIA TECH           L 4-6, 6-0, 6-1         10-7   3-3   0-1
03/03/2017            4  Chandler Carter           WAKE FOREST          W   6-2, 6-1              11-7   4-3   1-1
03/05/2017            4  Adriana Reami             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   3-6, 7-6(7), 7-5      12-7   5-3   2-1
03/10/2017            4  Jaclyn Switkes            ILLINOIS             dnf 6-3, 6-5 dnf          12-7   5-3
03/12/2017            4  Lina Oostal               PENNSYLVANIA           L 6-4, 6-4              12-8   5-4
03/17/2017        79  4  Kaitlyn McCarthy          DUKE                   L 6-2, 6-3              12-9   5-5   2-2
03/19/2017        24  3  Jessie Aney               NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3, 6-1              12-10  5-6   2-3
03/24/2017            4  Abbie Pahz                LOUISVILLE           dnf 7-6(), 1-3 dnf        12-10  5-6   2-3
03/26/2017            4  Callie Frey               PITTSBURGH           dnf 6-3, 5-3 dnf          12-10  5-6   2-3
03/31/2017            4  Kylie Wilcox              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-3, 4-6, 7-5         13-10  6-6   3-3
04/02/2017            4  Maria Tritou              SYRACUSE               L 7-5, 2-6, 6-3         13-11  6-7   3-4
04/13/2017            4  Zoe Spence                NOTRE DAME           W   6-2, 6-2              14-11  7-7   4-4
04/13/2017            3  Dominique Henry           FLORIDA A&M          W   6-1, 6-1              15-11  8-7
04/16/2017            4  Sydney Riley              CLEMSON              W   6-4, 6-3              16-11  9-7   5-4
04/21/2017            4  Chloe Gullickson          VIRGINIA               L 7-5, 6-1              16-12  9-8   5-5
04/23/2017            4  Caroline Daxhelet         VIRGINIA TECH        W   3-6, 6-3, 6-2         17-12 10-8   6-5
04/27/2017            4  Chloe Gullickson          VIRGINIA             W   6-4, 6-2              18-12 11-8
04/28/2017        66  4  Alexa Graham              NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-1, 7-5              18-13 11-9
05/12/2017            4  Nicole Fossa-Huergo       ARIZONA STATE        dnf 4-6, 6-3, 3-5 dnf     18-13 11-9
05/13/2017            4  Georgie Axon              AUBURN                 L 7-5, 7-5              18-14 11-10

Carla Touly
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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Gabriella Castaneda
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/23/2016            T  Julia Mikulski            Ansley Speaks/Katty Weymouth             FURMAN               W   8-6                    1-0
09/23/2016            T  Julia Mikulski            Jasmin Lee/Lisa Marie Rioux              MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 8-4                    1-1
09/24/2016            T  Julia Mikulski            Ayan Broomfield/Marie Leduc              CLEMSON                L 8-5                    1-2
10/21/2016   57       T  Julia Mikulski            Arianne de Winter/Giulia Riepe           GEORGIA SOUTHERN     W   8-0                    2-2
10/21/2016   57       T  Julia Mikulski            Ulyana Grib/Maryna Veksler               FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-1                    2-3
01/16/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Andrea Kevakian/Star Makarome            COLUMBIA             W   6-3                    3-3   1-0
01/28/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Ferny Angeles Paz/Olivia Sneed           OHIO STATE           dnf 3-4 dnf                3-3   1-0
01/29/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Erica Oosterhout/Sabrina Xiong           HARVARD              W   6-1                    4-3   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Irina Karangozishvili/Michelle Valdez    NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-0 dnf                4-3   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Laura Falceto Font/Sara Kelly            FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-0                    5-3   3-0
02/18/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Lil Forlini/Nadeen Lieberman             AIR FORCE            W   6-4                    6-3   4-0
02/21/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Sinead Lohan/Clara Tanielian             MIAMI                dnf 4-5 dnf                6-3   4-0   0-0
03/05/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Amanda Rebol/Tayla Stenta                NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-4                    7-3   5-0   1-0
03/10/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Alexis Casati/Daniela Novak              ILLINOIS             dnf 2-3 dnf                7-3   5-0
03/12/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Nicole Berkman/OJ Singh                  PENNSYLVANIA         W   7-5                    8-3   6-0
03/17/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Ellyse Hamlin/Samantha Harris            DUKE                 dnf 4-3 dnf                8-3   6-0   1-0
03/19/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Sara Daavettila/Rachael James-Baker      NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 2-5 dnf                8-3   6-0   1-0
03/24/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Olivia Boesing/Aleksandra Mally          LOUISVILLE           W   6-3                    9-3   7-0   2-0
03/26/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Natsumi Okamoto/Gabriela Rezende         PITTSBURGH           dnf 5-4 dnf                9-3   7-0   2-0
03/31/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Asiya Dair/Elene Tsokilauri              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-2                   10-3   8-0   3-0
04/02/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Nicole Mitchell/Maria Tritou             SYRACUSE             W   6-0                   11-3   9-0   4-0
04/13/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Jane Fennelly/Zoe Spence                 NOTRE DAME           W   6-2                   12-3  10-0   5-0
04/16/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Fernanda Navarro/Daniela Ruiz            CLEMSON              dnf 3-5 dnf               12-3  10-0   5-0
04/21/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic     VIRGINIA             W   7-6(6)                13-3  11-0   6-0
04/23/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Sansitha Nandakumar/Luisa Uscocovich     VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4                   13-4  11-1   6-1
04/27/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic     VIRGINIA             W   6-2                   14-4  12-1
04/28/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Sara Daavettila/Makenna Jones            NORTH CAROLINA       W   7-5                   15-4  13-1
05/12/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Sammi Hampton/Kassidy Jump               ARIZONA STATE          L 6-2                   15-5  13-2
05/13/2017        64  3  Daniela Schippers         Georgie Axon/Caroline Turner             AUBURN               W   7-5                   16-5  14-2

Nandini Das
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/23/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Constanza Gorches/Danni Ruiz             CLEMSON              W   8-2                    1-0
09/23/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Rachael JamesBaker/Chloe Ouellette-Pizer NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-7()                  1-1
09/24/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Kim Kermet/Brittany Lindl                TENNESSEE            W   8-2                    2-1
09/30/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Alisa Rudenko/Heather Walton             FLORIDA ATLANTIC       L 8-6                    2-2
10/01/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert               NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-7(4)                 3-2
10/02/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Cortney Cesarini/Monica Matias           CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-6                    4-2
10/21/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Nadia Gizdova/Nami Otsuka                GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(7)                 4-3
11/04/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Kelsey Grambeau/Syndney Rider            WISCONSIN            W   8-4                    5-3
11/04/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Elizabeth Bagerbaseh(UCF)/Smith Hinton   ALABAMA                L 8-2                    5-4
11/05/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Emilia Granstrom/Natalia Serrano         CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-3                    6-4
01/16/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Ali Pollack/Alexandra Solovyev           COLUMBIA             W   6-3                    7-4   1-0
01/28/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Francesca Di Lorenzo/Miho Kowase         OHIO STATE             L 6-2                    7-5   1-1
01/29/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Jenna Friedel/Irene Lu                   HARVARD              dnf dnf                    7-5   1-1
02/03/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert               NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1                    8-5   2-1
02/03/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Maja Ornberg/Breana Stampfli             FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1                    9-5   3-1
02/18/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Chloe Forlini/Jocelle Rudico             AIR FORCE            W   6-1                   10-5   4-1
02/21/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Maci Epstein/Ana Madcur                  MIAMI                W   6-2                   11-5   5-1   1-0
02/21/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Jennifer Lieb/Heather Walton             FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-1                   12-5   6-1
02/26/2017        30  2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones               GEORGIA TECH         W   6-4                   13-5   7-1   2-0
03/03/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Luisa Fernandez/Joanna Zalewski          WAKE FOREST          dnf 3-4 dnf               13-5   7-1   2-0
03/05/2017        22  1  Ariana Rahmanparast       Martina Frantova/Anna Rogers             NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 6-2                   13-6   7-2   2-1
03/10/2017   56       1  Ariana Rahmanparast       Madie Bailon/Jaclyn Switkes              ILLINOIS               L 6-1                   13-7   7-3
03/12/2017   56       1  Ariana Rahmanparast       Kana Daniel/Ashley Zu                    PENNSYLVANIA         W   6-1                   14-7   8-3
03/17/2017   56   34  1  Ariana Rahmanparast       Meible Chi/Kaitlyn McCarthy              DUKE                   L 6-0                   14-8   8-4   2-2
03/19/2017   56    1  1  Ariana Rahmanparast       Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3                   14-9   8-5   2-3
03/24/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Ariana Rodriguez/Elle Stokes             LOUISVILLE           W   6-1                   15-9   9-5   3-3
03/26/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Audrey Ann Blakely/Clara Lucas           PITTSBURGH           W   6-3                   16-9  10-5   4-3
03/31/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Lexi Borr/Jackie Urbinati                BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-4                   16-10 10-6   4-4
04/02/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Dina Hegab/Anna Shkudun                  SYRACUSE             W   6-1                   17-10 11-6   5-4
04/13/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Brokke Broda/Allison Miller              NOTRE DAME           dnf 5-6 dnf               17-10 11-6   5-4
04/16/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Constanza Gorches/Sydney Riley           CLEMSON                L 6-4                   17-11 11-7   5-5
04/21/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA               L 6-2                   17-12 11-8   5-6
04/23/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Elena Cerezo-Codina/Natalie Novotna      VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-2                   18-12 12-8   6-6
04/27/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA             W   7-5                   19-12 13-8
04/28/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez           NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-4                   20-12 14-8
05/12/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Kelley Anderson/Savannah Slaysman        ARIZONA STATE        W   6-4                   21-12 15-8
05/13/2017            2  Ariana Rahmanparast       Andie Dikosavljevic/Alannah Griffin      AUBURN                 L 6-4                   21-13 15-9

Andrea Garcia
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/23/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Sara Lizariturry/Anastasia Rentouli      MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 8-5                    0-1
09/23/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Femanda Contreras/Payton Robinette       VANDERBILT           W   8-6                    1-1
09/24/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Karlee Byrde/Hannah Ferrett              FURMAN                 L 8-3                    1-2
10/21/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    2-2
10/21/2016        30  T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Marta Gonzalez/Mariana Gould             GEORGIA                L 8-5                    2-3
11/04/2016            T  Nandini Das               Kelsey Grambeau/Syndney Rider            WISCONSIN            W   8-4                    3-3
11/04/2016            T  Nandini Das               Elizabeth Bagerbaseh(UCF)/Smith Hinton   ALABAMA                L 8-2                    3-4
11/05/2016            T  Nandini Das               Emilia Granstrom/Natalia Serrano         CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-3                    4-4
01/16/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Rima Asatrian/Adi Milstein               COLUMBIA               L 6-2                    4-5   0-1
01/28/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Sandy Niehaus/Anna Sanford               OHIO STATE             L 6-0                    4-6   0-2
01/29/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            June Lee/Annika Ringblom                 HARVARD              W   6-3                    5-6   1-2
02/03/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Lucia Montano/Quetzali Vazquez           NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1                    6-6   2-2
02/03/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Julia Ascua/Julianna Curtis              FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 5-3 dnf                6-6   2-2
02/18/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Elizabeth Barnickel/TJ Fumagalli         AIR FORCE              L 7-5                    6-7   2-3
02/21/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Dominika Paterova/Estela Perez-Somarriba MIAMI                W   6-1                    7-7   3-3   1-0
02/21/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Laura Fabrizi/Ana Guittierrez            FLORIDA ATLANTIC     dnf 4-1 dnf                7-7   3-3
02/26/2017         7  1  Julia Mikulski            Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud          GEORGIA TECH         dnf 5-5                    7-7   3-3   1-0
03/03/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Chandler Carter/Kimmy Guerin             WAKE FOREST            L 6-1                    7-8   3-4   1-1
03/05/2017            2  Julia Mikulski            Bianca Moldovan/Claudia Wiktorin         NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-1                    8-8   4-4   2-1
03/10/2017            2  Julia Mikulski            Louise Kwong/Ines Vias                   ILLINOIS               L 6-0                    8-9   4-5
03/12/2017            2  Julia Mikulski            Marta Kowalska/Luba Vazhenina            PENNSYLVANIA           L 7-5                    8-10  4-6
03/17/2017            2  Julia Mikulski            Chalena Scholl/Alyssa Smith              DUKE                   L 6-3                    8-11  4-7   2-2
03/19/2017            2  Julia Mikulski            Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez           NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3                    8-12  4-8   2-3
03/24/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Mariana Humberg/Abbie Pahz               LOUISVILLE           dnf dnf                    8-12  4-8   2-3
03/26/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Callie Frey/Amber Washington             PITTSBURGH           W   6-4                    9-12  5-8   3-3
03/31/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Dasha Possokhova/Kylie Wilcox            BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-3                    9-13  5-9   3-4
04/02/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Gabriela Knutson/Miranda Ramirez         SYRACUSE             dnf 2-5 dnf                9-13  5-9   3-4
04/13/2017            1  Julia Mikulski            Mary Closs/Monica Robinson               NOTRE DAME           W   7-6(0)                10-13  6-9   4-4
04/16/2017        31  1  Julia Mikulski            Ayan Broomfield                          CLEMSON                L 6-3                   10-14  6-10  4-5
04/21/2017        33  1  Julia Mikulski            Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer           VIRGINIA             W   6-4                   11-14  7-10  5-5
04/23/2017        61  1  Julia Mikulski            Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato     VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-2                   12-14  8-10  6-5
04/27/2017        44  1  Julia Mikulski            Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer           VIRGINIA               L 6-3                   12-15  8-11
04/28/2017         1  1  Julia Mikulski            Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-0                   12-16  8-12
05/12/2017        68  1  Julia Mikulski            Nicole Fosa-Huergo/Alexandra Osborne     ARIZONA STATE        W   7-6(1)                13-16  9-12
05/13/2017        14  1  Julia Mikulski            Alizee Michaud/Taylor Russo              AUBURN               W   7-6(6)                14-16 10-12

Gabrielle Goldin
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
02/21/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Lyndsey Boos/Marisa Ruiz                 FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-0                    1-0   1-0
02/26/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Luca Fabian/Nami Otsuka                  GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0                    2-0   2-0   1-0
03/03/2017            3  Daniela Schippers         Alexis Franco/Courtney Meredith          WAKE FOREST            L 6-2                    2-1   2-1   1-1

Mary Haffey
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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Julia Mikulski
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Ansley Speaks/Katty Weymouth             FURMAN               W   8-6                    1-0
09/23/2016            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Jasmin Lee/Lisa Marie Rioux              MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 8-4                    1-1
09/24/2016            T  Gabriella Castaneda       Ayan Broomfield/Marie Leduc              CLEMSON                L 8-5                    1-2
10/21/2016   57       T  Gabriella Castaneda       Arianne de Winter/Giulia Riepe           GEORGIA SOUTHERN     W   8-0                    2-2
10/21/2016   57       T  Gabriella Castaneda       Ulyana Grib/Maryna Veksler               FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-1                    2-3
01/16/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Rima Asatrian/Adi Milstein               COLUMBIA               L 6-2                    2-4   0-1
01/28/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Sandy Niehaus/Anna Sanford               OHIO STATE             L 6-0                    2-5   0-2
01/29/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             June Lee/Annika Ringblom                 HARVARD              W   6-3                    3-5   1-2
02/03/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Lucia Montano/Quetzali Vazquez           NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1                    4-5   2-2
02/03/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Julia Ascua/Julianna Curtis              FLORIDA GULF COAST   dnf 5-3 dnf                4-5   2-2
02/18/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Elizabeth Barnickel/TJ Fumagalli         AIR FORCE              L 7-5                    4-6   2-3
02/21/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Dominika Paterova/Estela Perez-Somarriba MIAMI                W   6-1                    5-6   3-3   1-0
02/21/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Laura Fabrizi/Ana Guittierrez            FLORIDA ATLANTIC     dnf 4-1 dnf                5-6   3-3
02/26/2017         7  1  Andrea Garcia             Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud          GEORGIA TECH         dnf 5-5                    5-6   3-3   1-0
03/03/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Chandler Carter/Kimmy Guerin             WAKE FOREST            L 6-1                    5-7   3-4   1-1
03/05/2017            2  Andrea Garcia             Bianca Moldovan/Claudia Wiktorin         NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-1                    6-7   4-4   2-1
03/10/2017            2  Andrea Garcia             Louise Kwong/Ines Vias                   ILLINOIS               L 6-0                    6-8   4-5
03/12/2017            2  Andrea Garcia             Marta Kowalska/Luba Vazhenina            PENNSYLVANIA           L 7-5                    6-9   4-6
03/17/2017            2  Andrea Garcia             Chalena Scholl/Alyssa Smith              DUKE                   L 6-3                    6-10  4-7   2-2
03/19/2017            2  Andrea Garcia             Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez           NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3                    6-11  4-8   2-3
03/24/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Mariana Humberg/Abbie Pahz               LOUISVILLE           dnf dnf                    6-11  4-8   2-3
03/26/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Callie Frey/Amber Washington             PITTSBURGH           W   6-4                    7-11  5-8   3-3
03/31/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Dasha Possokhova/Kylie Wilcox            BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-3                    7-12  5-9   3-4
04/02/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Gabriela Knutson/Miranda Ramirez         SYRACUSE             dnf 2-5 dnf                7-12  5-9   3-4
04/13/2017            1  Andrea Garcia             Mary Closs/Monica Robinson               NOTRE DAME           W   7-6(0)                 8-12  6-9   4-4
04/16/2017        31  1  Andrea Garcia             Ayan Broomfield                          CLEMSON                L 6-3                    8-13  6-10  4-5
04/21/2017        33  1  Andrea Garcia             Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer           VIRGINIA             W   6-4                    9-13  7-10  5-5
04/23/2017        61  1  Andrea Garcia             Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato     VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-2                   10-13  8-10  6-5
04/27/2017        44  1  Andrea Garcia             Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer           VIRGINIA               L 6-3                   10-14  8-11
04/28/2017         1  1  Andrea Garcia             Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-0                   10-15  8-12
05/12/2017        68  1  Andrea Garcia             Nicole Fosa-Huergo/Alexandra Osborne     ARIZONA STATE        W   7-6(1)                11-15  9-12
05/13/2017        14  1  Andrea Garcia             Alizee Michaud/Taylor Russo              AUBURN               W   7-6(6)                12-15 10-12

Ariana Rahmanparast
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Nandini Das               Constanza Gorches/Danni Ruiz             CLEMSON              W   8-2                    1-0
09/23/2016            T  Nandini Das               Rachael JamesBaker/Chloe Ouellette-Pizer NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-7()                  1-1
09/24/2016            T  Nandini Das               Kim Kermet/Brittany Lindl                TENNESSEE            W   8-2                    2-1
09/30/2016            T  Nandini Das               Alisa Rudenko/Heather Walton             FLORIDA ATLANTIC       L 8-6                    2-2
10/01/2016            T  Nandini Das               Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert               NORTH FLORIDA        W   8-7(4)                 3-2
10/02/2016            T  Nandini Das               Cortney Cesarini/Monica Matias           CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-6                    4-2
10/21/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    5-2
10/21/2016        30  T  Andrea Garcia             Marta Gonzalez/Mariana Gould             GEORGIA                L 8-5                    5-3
11/04/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Simran Sethi/Melanie Stripp              OKLAHOMA               L 8-4                    5-4
11/04/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Nicole Dzenga/Vanja Klaric               SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    6-4
11/05/2016            T  Daniela Schippers         Kendall Kirsch/Melissa Pick              WISCONSIN            W   8-4                    7-4
01/16/2017            2  Nandini Das               Ali Pollack/Alexandra Solovyev           COLUMBIA             W   6-3                    8-4   1-0
01/28/2017            2  Nandini Das               Francesca Di Lorenzo/Miho Kowase         OHIO STATE             L 6-2                    8-5   1-1
01/29/2017            2  Nandini Das               Jenna Friedel/Irene Lu                   HARVARD              dnf dnf                    8-5   1-1
02/03/2017            2  Nandini Das               Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert               NORTH FLORIDA        W   6-1                    9-5   2-1
02/03/2017            2  Nandini Das               Maja Ornberg/Breana Stampfli             FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-1                   10-5   3-1
02/18/2017            2  Nandini Das               Chloe Forlini/Jocelle Rudico             AIR FORCE            W   6-1                   11-5   4-1
02/21/2017            2  Nandini Das               Maci Epstein/Ana Madcur                  MIAMI                W   6-2                   12-5   5-1   1-0
02/21/2017            2  Nandini Das               Jennifer Lieb/Heather Walton             FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-1                   13-5   6-1
02/26/2017        30  2  Nandini Das               Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones               GEORGIA TECH         W   6-4                   14-5   7-1   2-0
03/03/2017            2  Nandini Das               Luisa Fernandez/Joanna Zalewski          WAKE FOREST          dnf 3-4 dnf               14-5   7-1   2-0
03/05/2017        22  1  Nandini Das               Martina Frantova/Anna Rogers             NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 6-2                   14-6   7-2   2-1
03/10/2017   56       1  Nandini Das               Madie Bailon/Jaclyn Switkes              ILLINOIS               L 6-1                   14-7   7-3
03/12/2017   56       1  Nandini Das               Kana Daniel/Ashley Zu                    PENNSYLVANIA         W   6-1                   15-7   8-3
03/17/2017   56   34  1  Nandini Das               Meible Chi/Kaitlyn McCarthy              DUKE                   L 6-0                   15-8   8-4   2-2
03/19/2017   56    1  1  Nandini Das               Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter                NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-3                   15-9   8-5   2-3
03/24/2017            2  Nandini Das               Ariana Rodriguez/Elle Stokes             LOUISVILLE           W   6-1                   16-9   9-5   3-3
03/26/2017            2  Nandini Das               Audrey Ann Blakely/Clara Lucas           PITTSBURGH           W   6-3                   17-9  10-5   4-3
03/31/2017            2  Nandini Das               Lexi Borr/Jackie Urbinati                BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-4                   17-10 10-6   4-4
04/02/2017            2  Nandini Das               Dina Hegab/Anna Shkudun                  SYRACUSE             W   6-1                   18-10 11-6   5-4
04/13/2017            2  Nandini Das               Brokke Broda/Allison Miller              NOTRE DAME           dnf 5-6 dnf               18-10 11-6   5-4
04/16/2017            2  Nandini Das               Constanza Gorches/Sydney Riley           CLEMSON                L 6-4                   18-11 11-7   5-5
04/21/2017            2  Nandini Das               Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA               L 6-2                   18-12 11-8   5-6
04/23/2017            2  Nandini Das               Elena Cerezo-Codina/Natalie Novotna      VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-2                   19-12 12-8   6-6
04/27/2017            2  Nandini Das               Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley             VIRGINIA             W   7-5                   20-12 13-8
04/28/2017            2  Nandini Das               Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez           NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-4                   21-12 14-8
05/12/2017            2  Nandini Das               Kelley Anderson/Savannah Slaysman        ARIZONA STATE        W   6-4                   22-12 15-8
05/13/2017            2  Nandini Das               Andie Dikosavljevic/Alannah Griffin      AUBURN                 L 6-4                   22-13 15-9

Daniela Schippers
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/23/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Sara Lizariturry/Anastasia Rentouli      MISSISSIPPI STATE      L 8-5                    0-1
09/23/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Femanda Contreras/Payton Robinette       VANDERBILT           W   8-6                    1-1
09/24/2016            T  Andrea Garcia             Karlee Byrde/Hannah Ferrett              FURMAN                 L 8-3                    1-2
10/01/2016            T   Opp                      Hailey Grillo/Brooke Lashway             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-3                    2-2
10/02/2016            T   Opp                      Brittany Hill/Alexe Viaud                STETSON              W   8-1                    3-2
10/21/2016            T  Nandini Das               Nadia Gizdova/Nami Otsuka                GEORGIA TECH           L 8-7(7)                 3-3
11/04/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Simran Sethi/Melanie Stripp              OKLAHOMA               L 8-4                    3-4
11/04/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Nicole Dzenga/Vanja Klaric               SOUTH FLORIDA        W   8-4                    4-4
11/05/2016            T  Ariana Rahmanparast       Kendall Kirsch/Melissa Pick              WISCONSIN            W   8-4                    5-4
01/16/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Andrea Kevakian/Star Makarome            COLUMBIA             W   6-3                    6-4   1-0
01/28/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Ferny Angeles Paz/Olivia Sneed           OHIO STATE           dnf 3-4 dnf                6-4   1-0
01/29/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Erica Oosterhout/Sabrina Xiong           HARVARD              W   6-1                    7-4   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Irina Karangozishvili/Michelle Valdez    NORTH FLORIDA        dnf 5-0 dnf                7-4   2-0
02/03/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Laura Falceto Font/Sara Kelly            FLORIDA GULF COAST   W   6-0                    8-4   3-0
02/18/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Lil Forlini/Nadeen Lieberman             AIR FORCE            W   6-4                    9-4   4-0
02/21/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sinead Lohan/Clara Tanielian             MIAMI                dnf 4-5 dnf                9-4   4-0   0-0
02/21/2017            3  Gabrielle Goldin          Lyndsey Boos/Marisa Ruiz                 FLORIDA ATLANTIC     W   6-0                   10-4   5-0
02/26/2017            3  Gabrielle Goldin          Luca Fabian/Nami Otsuka                  GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0                   11-4   6-0   1-0
03/03/2017            3  Gabrielle Goldin          Alexis Franco/Courtney Meredith          WAKE FOREST            L 6-2                   11-5   6-1   1-1
03/05/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Amanda Rebol/Tayla Stenta                NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-4                   12-5   7-1   2-1
03/10/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Alexis Casati/Daniela Novak              ILLINOIS             dnf 2-3 dnf               12-5   7-1
03/12/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Nicole Berkman/OJ Singh                  PENNSYLVANIA         W   7-5                   13-5   8-1
03/17/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Ellyse Hamlin/Samantha Harris            DUKE                 dnf 4-3 dnf               13-5   8-1   2-1
03/19/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sara Daavettila/Rachael James-Baker      NORTH CAROLINA       dnf 2-5 dnf               13-5   8-1   2-1
03/24/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Olivia Boesing/Aleksandra Mally          LOUISVILLE           W   6-3                   14-5   9-1   3-1
03/26/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Natsumi Okamoto/Gabriela Rezende         PITTSBURGH           dnf 5-4 dnf               14-5   9-1   3-1
03/31/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Asiya Dair/Elene Tsokilauri              BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-2                   15-5  10-1   4-1
04/02/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Nicole Mitchell/Maria Tritou             SYRACUSE             W   6-0                   16-5  11-1   5-1
04/13/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Jane Fennelly/Zoe Spence                 NOTRE DAME           W   6-2                   17-5  12-1   6-1
04/16/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Fernanda Navarro/Daniela Ruiz            CLEMSON              dnf 3-5 dnf               17-5  12-1   6-1
04/21/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic     VIRGINIA             W   7-6(6)                18-5  13-1   7-1
04/23/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sansitha Nandakumar/Luisa Uscocovich     VIRGINIA TECH          L 6-4                   18-6  13-2   7-2
04/27/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic     VIRGINIA             W   6-2                   19-6  14-2
04/28/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sara Daavettila/Makenna Jones            NORTH CAROLINA       W   7-5                   20-6  15-2
05/12/2017            3  Gabriella Castaneda       Sammi Hampton/Kassidy Jump               ARIZONA STATE          L 6-2                   20-7  15-3
05/13/2017        64  3  Gabriella Castaneda       Georgie Axon/Caroline Turner             AUBURN               W   7-5                   21-7  16-3

Carla Touly
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
09/25/2016, September 23-25, 2016, Greenville, SC


09/23/2016
Doubles
Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Ansley Speaks/Katty Weymouth (FU) 8-6
Jasmin Lee/Lisa Marie Rioux (MsSt) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 8-4
Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Constanza Gorches/Danni Ruiz (CU) 8-2
Rachael JamesBaker/Chloe Ouellette-Pizer (UNC) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 8-7()
Sara Lizariturry/Anastasia Rentouli (MsSt) d. Andrea Garcia/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-5
Andrea Garcia/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Femanda Contreras/Payton Robinette (VU) 8-6
Singles
#8 Jasmin Lee (MsSt) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-6(4), 6-2
Katty Weymouth (FU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
Anastasia Rentouli (MsSt) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
Ariadna Riley (UTn) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Ally Miller-Krasilnikov (CU) 6-2, 6-7(6), 7-5

09/24/2016
Doubles
Ayan Broomfield/Marie Leduc (CU) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 8-5
Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Kim Kermet/Brittany Lindl (UTn) 8-2
Karlee Byrde/Hannah Ferrett (FU) d. Andrea Garcia/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-3
Singles
Ansley Speaks (FU) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-3, 6-0
Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Chloe Ouellette Pizer (UNC) 3-6, 6-4, 6-1
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Fernanda Navarro (CU) 6-4, 2-6, 6-4
Chandler Carter (WF) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
Kim Kermet (UTn) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-0

09/25/2016
Singles
#35 Sadie Hammond (UTn) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
Fernanda Contreras (VU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Ashley Bongart (UTn) 6-4, 6-2
Hannah Ferrett (FU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 5-7, 7-5

BEDFORD CUP
10/02/2016, September 30-October 2, 2016, Tampa, Fl


09/30/2016
Doubles
Alisa Rudenko/Heather Walton (FAU) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 8-6
Singles
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Emilia Granstrom (UCF) 7-6(3), 6-0
Jessica Cortes (USF) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2
Olga Martinez (USF) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 7-6(5)

10/01/2016
Doubles
Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert (UNF) 8-7(4)
Opp/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Hailey Grillo/Brooke Lashway (USF) 8-3
Singles
Andrea Lazaro (FIU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Gabriela Ferreira (FIU) 6-1, 7-5

10/02/2016
Doubles
Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Cortney Cesarini/Monica Matias (UCF) 8-6
Opp/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Brittany Hill/Alexe Viaud (SU) 8-1
Singles
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Marisa Ruiz (FAU) 6-3, 6-2
Jessica Cortes (USF) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 4-6, 6-2, 1-0(3)

ITA SE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
10/24/2016, October 21-24, 2016, Gainesville, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles UNDEFEATED in Gainesville ITA Singles.

October 21, 2016

GAINESVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team went undefeated in the singles draw of the 2016 ITA Southeast Regionals on Friday, posting five consecutive wins.

Freshman Nandini Das defeated Rafaela Gomez of UNF 6-4, 6-1 while sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast bested Stetson’s Lucie Renault 6-0, 6-7, 6-3. Freshman Andrea Garcia beat Natalia Serrano of UCF 6-1, 6-3, sophomore Julia Mikulski bested Miami’s Clara Tamiela 6-2, 6-2 and senior Daniela Schippers defeated Tarani Kamoe of Georgia State 6-1, 6-4 for the clean sweep of the singles draw.

In the doubles draw, junior Gabby Castaneda and Mikulski earned a win against GSU’s Repe/de Winter 8-0 before falling to FIU’s Grib/Veksler 8-1 to split on the day.

Rahmanparast/Garcia would also split after a win over USF’s Bessanova/Martinez 8-4 followed by a loss to Georgia’s Gonzalez/Gould 8-5.

Das/Schippers fell to Georgia Tech’s Ostuka/Gizdova in a close match 8-7(7).


Seminoles Bow out of ITAs.

October 22, 2016

GAINESVILLE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team concluded play at the 2016 ITA Southeast Regional Championships at the Ring Tennis Complex Saturday as all five Seminoles fell in their respective singles draw matchups.

Freshman Nandini Das, freshman Andrea Garcia, sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast, sophomore Julia Mikulski and senior Dany Schippers each fell in the round of 32 and will not compete in the consolation bracket.

In doubles play, junior Gabby Castaneda and Mikulski fell to FIU’s Grib/Veksler 6-1 to finish the tournament for the Seminoles.


10/21/2016
Doubles
#57 Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Arianne de Winter/Giulia Riepe (GSU) 8-0
Ulyana Grib/Maryna Veksler (FIU) d. #57 Gabriella Castaneda/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 8-1
Nadia Gizdova/Nami Otsuka (GT) d. Nandini Das/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-7(7)
Andrea Garcia/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez (USF) 8-4
#30 Marta Gonzalez/Mariana Gould (UGA) d. Andrea Garcia/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 8-5
Singles
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Rafaela Gomez (UNF) 6-4, 6-1
Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Lucie Renault (SU) 6-0, 6-7(), 6-3
Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Natalia Serrano (UCF) 6-1, 6-3
Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Clara Tamielian (UM) 6-2, 6-2
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Tarani Kamoe (GSU) 6-1, 6-4

10/22/2016
Singles
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Courtney Cesarini (UCF) 6-2, 6-0
Maryna Veksler (FIU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
#24 Paige Hourigan (GT) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
Maci Epstein (UM) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
#77 Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 5-7, 6-1, 6-2
#89 Josie Kuhlman (UF) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-1, 6-0


SEMINOLE SHOWDOWN
11/06/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL, November 4-6, 2016

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Conclude First Day of Seminole All-Conference Showdown.
FSU sweeps singles draw in first day of inaugural event.

November 4, 2016

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team kicked off the inaugural Seminole All-Conference Showdown Friday morning at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

The competition began with two rounds of doubles play at 9:00 a.m.

For the Seminoles, freshmen Nandini Das and Andrea Garcia started things off with an 8-4 win over Sydney Rider and Kelsey Grambeau of Wisconsin. They fell to the pair of Alabama's Smith Hinton and UCF's Elizabeth Bagerbaseh, 8-2.

"The freshmen did a great job in their first match getting out to a 6-1 lead," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They had a lot of energy and did a good job finishing."

Senior Daniela Schippers and sophomore Ariana Rahmaparast also split their doubles matches, losing to Simran Sethi and Melane Stripp of Oklahoma 8-4 before downing USF's Vanja Klaric and Nicole Dzenga 8-4.

In singles play, the Seminoles overcame a slow start to finish 4-0 on the day.

"We did a fantastic job of making some adjustments," Hyde said. "One of the things I love is that they found a way to get it done- I was really proud of their effort."

Sophomore Julia Mikulski defeated Wisconsin's Maria Avgerinos in three sets 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. Das won 7-6(3), 6-1 over Oklahoma's Julia Bryne, while Garcia defeated Grambeau 2-6, 6-4, 6-0.

Schippers wrapped the day for the Noles with a clean 6-2, 6-3 win over Michelle Linden of Wisconsin.

Oklahoma (Big 12), Alabama (SEC), Wisconsin (Big Ten), Clemson (ACC), UCF and USF (American) travelled to take on the Seminoles, representing five premier athletics conferences from around the nation for this inaugural tournament.


Noles Dominate Field, Go Undefeated on Day Two of Seminole All-Conference Showdown.
FSU sweep doubles and singles draw to go 6-0 on Saturday.

November 5, 2016

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team continued the inaugural Seminole All-Conference Showdown Saturday morning at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, winning all six of their matches to dominate the field and go undefeated on the day. The Seminoles remain a perfect 8-0 in singles play.

"I'm really, really happy for the girls and how well they did today," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "It's always great to go undefeated (during) a fall tournament."

After pushing back the start time from 9:00 a.m. due to cold weather, the final matches of the doubles draw were played at 10:00 a.m.

For the Seminoles, senior Daniela Schippers and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast capped off their doubles campaign with an 8-4 win over Wisconsin's Melissa Pick and Kendall Kirsch to finish 2-1 in doubles play.

Freshmen Andrea Garcia and Nandini Das also finished 2-1 in doubles after an 8-3 victory over UCF's Emilia Granstrom and Natalia Serrano.

In singles play, Schippers dispatched Granstrom 6-1, 6-1, while sophomore Julia Mikulski defeated Monica Matias, also of UCF, 6-3, 6-1.

Das faced off with Clemson's Jenny Moinard, but Moinard retired in the first set with Das leading 2-1.

Garcia fought Clemson's Ally Miller-Krasilnikov to three sets and won 3-6, 6-1, 6-3.

Three Seminoles have advanced to the championship round of their respective brackets, while Schippers will play again the round robin draw Sunday morning.

"I was glad with the improvements we made from Friday to Saturday," Hyde said. "The discipline got better, the performance got better, and the level got better, so I'm very happy. You always want to see that progress."


Three Noles Win Singles Flight Titles to Conclude Seminole All-Conference Showdown.
Schippers, Das and Garcia win singles bracket championship matches on Sunday.

November 6, 2016

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team concluded the inaugural Seminole All-Conference Showdown at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, capturing three of the four singles flight championships on Sunday morning.

“It feels really good to finish the fall season on such a high note,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “Winning three singles flights speaks volumes for what’s ahead for this team.”

Senior Daniela Schippers started things off for the Seminoles, quickly defeating Oklahoma’s Christiana Brigante 6-2, 6-0 to claim the round robin bracket title.

Freshman Andrea Garcia was not far behind, beating Oklahoma’s Ann Selim 7-5, 6-2 to win the “Gold” bracket championship.

Freshman Nandini Das captured the “Seminole” bracket with 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 victory over Alabama’s Smith Hinton.

In the “Garnet” bracket, sophomore Julia Mikulski played a long, hard-fought match with Ayan Broomfield of Clemson, eventually losing in a tiebreak 6-2, 6-7(6), 10-8.

The event concludes the fall season for the Seminoles, as they now turn their attention to the spring dual match season.

“I’m very proud of the effort they gave- we came together nicely as a team,” Hyde said. “They could not have been much better to end the fall season.”


11/04/2016
Doubles
Nandini Das/Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Kelsey Grambeau/Syndney Rider (UWi) 8-4
Elizabeth Bagerbaseh(UCF)/Smith Hinton (UAl) d. Nandini Das/Andrea Garcia (FSU) 8-2
Simran Sethi/Melanie Stripp (OU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 8-4
Ariana Rahmanparast/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nicole Dzenga/Vanja Klaric (USF) 8-4
Singles
Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Maria Avgerinos (UWi) 4-6, 6-2, 6-4
Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Kelsey Grambeau (UWi) 2-6, 6-4, 6-0
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Julia Bryne (OU) 7-6(3), 6-1
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Michelle Linden (UWi) 6-2, 6-3

11/05/2016
Doubles
Nandini Das/Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Emilia Granstrom/Natalia Serrano (UCF) 8-3
Ariana Rahmanparast/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Kendall Kirsch/Melissa Pick (UWi) 8-4
Singles
Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Monica Matias (UCF) 6-3, 6-1
Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Ally Miller-Krasilnikov (CU) 3-6, 6-1, 6-3
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Jenny Moinard (CU) 2-1 retired
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Elizabeth Bagerbaseh (UCF) 6-1, 6-1

11/06/2016
Singles
Ayan Broomfield (CU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-2, 6-7(6), 1-0(8)
Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Ann Selim (OU) 7-5, 6-2
Nandini Das (FSU) d. Smith Hinton (UAl) 6-2, 2-6, 6-4
Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Christiana Brigante (OU) 6-2, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 5, COLUMBIA 2
01/16/2017, NEW YORK, NY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Open 2017 with 5-2 Victory at Columbia.
The Seminoles cap a successful weekend in Manhattan with season-opening win.

NEW YORK, NY - The Florida State women's tennis team (1-0) opened the 2017 dual match season with a 5-2 victory at Columbia (0-1) at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center in New York, N.Y. on Monday.

"I'm very proud of the competitive effort we showed today in our first match of the season," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "To come up here to New York and leave with a solid win over a very good Columbia team is exactly what our team needed. It was a complete team effort, and every one of our players had a hand in the work that was done to grab an early-season road win."

After Florida State won the last two courts to claim the doubles point, the Seminoles took a 2-0 lead when freshman Nandini Das defeated Ali Pollack 6-0, 6-4 on court four. The Lions cut the deficit to 2-1, but the Seminoles sealed the win when junior Gabriella Castaneda defeated Star Makarome 6-3, 6-1 on court one and sophomore Julia Mikulski registered a hard-fought comeback 7-6, 6-4 win over Columbia's Rima Asatrian on court two.

With the 4-1 victory in hand, the final two matches were played out as Florida State went up 5-1 when freshman Andrea Garcia defeated Adi Milstein 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 on court six. Andrea Kevakian came from behind to defeat senior Daniela Schippers in three sets, concluding the match at 5-2 in favor of the Seminoles.

"The preparation for this first competition was as good as it could be coming in, and that will continue to be our focus heading into the ITA-Kick Off Weekend at Ohio State," Hyde said. "Today's win gives us great momentum heading into our first of many top 10 ranked opponents."

The Seminoles are now 2-0 all-time against the Lions, the other meeting being a Florida State win back in 1989.

FLORIDA STATE 5, COLUMBIA 2
Doubles
No. 1: Rima Asatrian/Adi Milstein (CU) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-2
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Ali Pollack/Alexandra Solovyev (CU) 6-3
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Andrea Kevakian/Star Makarome (CU) 6-3
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Star Makarome (CU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Rima Asatrian (CU) 7-6(), 6-4
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Ali Pollack (CU) 6-0, 6-4
No. 4: Alexandra Solovyev (CU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 5: Andrea Kevakian (CU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 0-6, 7-6(), 6-3
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Adi Milstein (CU) 4-6, 6-3, 6-2


OHIO STATE 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
01/28/2017, COLUMBUS, OH, ITA Kick-Off

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Tennis Falls to No. 7 Ohio State in ITA Match of the Week.
The Seminoles will face either Alabama or Harvard.

COLUMBUS, OH - The Florida State women's tennis team (1-1) fell 4-0 to the No. 7 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) at the 2017 ITA Kickoff Weekend at the Varsity Tennis Center on Saturday. The Seminoles will now face either Alabama (3-1) or Harvard (0-2) on Sunday.

"We've got to give a lot of credit to Ohio State- they are a very disciplined and seasoned team," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Regardless of the outcome, we have a lot to take from today's match. We are seeing during each competition what we are capable of doing and we need to continue to put things together consistently and sustain those levels."

The Seminoles started strong in doubles before conceding the doubles point, and fell behind a set on each singles court. Sophomore Julia Mikulski led the second set 4-1 on court two, while junior Gabriella Castaneda fought hard against No. 1-ranked singles player Francesca Di Lorenzo. Castaneda and freshman Nandini Das were both competing for the second set but ran out of time as the match was clinched.

The match was featured as the PlaySight-ITA Women's Match of the Week and was broadcast via livestream for fans on all six courts.

"Tomorrow is a huge match for us, regardless of who we play," Hyde said. "We have to respond after taking one on the chin today. I'm excited to see what we are made of tomorrow and how we bounce back from today's loss."

No. 7 Ohio State 4, Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Sandy Niehaus/Anna Sanford (OSU) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-0
No. 2: Francesca Di Lorenzo/Miho Kowase (OSU) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-2
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Ferny Angeles Paz/Olivia Sneed (OSU) 3-4 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #1 Francesca Di Lorenzo (OSU) 1-6, 2-3 dnf
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. #41 Anna Sanford (OSU) 4-6, 4-1 dnf
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Gabriella De Santis (OSU) 3-6, 3-3 dnf
No. 4: Sandy Niehaus (OSU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 5: #59 Miho Kowase (OSU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 6: Ferny Angeles Paz (OSU) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-1, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 4, HARVARD 1
01/29/2017, ITA Kick-Off, Columbus, Oh

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Tennis Defeats Harvard 4-1.

COLUMBUS, OH – The Florida State women’s tennis team (2-1) defeated the Harvard Crimson (0-4) 4-1 at the 2017 ITA Kickoff Weekend inside the Varsity Tennis Center on Sunday.

“We’re really happy to be leaving (ITA Kickoff Weekend) on a positive note with the 4-1 win over Harvard,” head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “I was very happy with how well we set the tone in doubles, we came out very strong with some really good energy.”

The Seminoles got on the board first after claiming the doubles point, as junior Gabriella Castaneda and senior Daniela Schippers defeated Erica Oosterhout/Sabrina Xiong 6-1 and sophomore Julia Mikulski and freshman Andrea Garcia downed June Lee/Annika Ringblom 6-3.

“It’s always good to come out with a lead, which we did on courts one through three,” Hyde said. “Andrea did a nice job- that says a lot about her ability to compete. (Freshman Nandini Das) did a great job of mentally winning that match, I was really proud of her effort.”

Harvard was able to tie the match with a victory on court five, but the Seminoles responded as Das defeated Jenna Friedel 6-4, 6-0, followed by Castaneda with a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Oosterhout on court one. Garcia was on her way to a comeback win (3-6, 6-4, 3-0) on court six, but Mikulski clinched the 4-1 victory for the Noles with a 6-4, 6-4 win over June Lee.

“I’m really proud of how we made some significant adjustments from yesterday’s match to today’s match,” Hyde said. “The girls bounced back, responded unbelievably well and got the win.”

Florida State 4, Harvard 1
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. June Lee/Annika Ringblom (HU) 6-3
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Jenna Friedel/Irene Lu (HU) dnf
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Erica Oosterhout/Sabrina Xiong (HU) 6-1
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Erica Oosterhout (HU) 6-3, 7-5
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. June Lee (HU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Jenna Friedel (HU) 6-4, 6-0
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Annika Ringblom (HU) 5-7, 4-4 dnf
No. 5: Irene Lu (HU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. Natasha Gonzalez (HU) 6-3, 4-6, 0-3 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, NORTH FLORIDA 0
02/03/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Sweep Ospreys, Eagles in Home Opener.
The Seminoles swept North Florida 4-0 before defeating FGCU.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team (4-1) shutout the North Florida Ospreys (1-1) 4-0 and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (2-2) 4-0 in a home-opening doubleheader at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center on Friday.

“It was a good day today. It’s always exciting to play your first match of the season,” Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We’ve had a rigorous road schedule so far, so it’s a great reward to be able to play at home in front of our fans. We’re looking forward to having a good home stretch here for the next couple weeks.”

Against North Florida, the Seminoles quickly claimed the doubles point with wins on courts one and two to go up 1-0.

In singles, junior Gabriella Castaneda defeated No. 58 Michelle Valdez 6-1, 6-3, followed by sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast as she defeated Kinga Gartner 6-2, 6-2.

Freshman Andrea Garcia closed out the match for the Seminoles, defeating Irina Karangozishvili 6-2, 7-6(3) on court six.

In the second half of the doubleheader, the Noles again jumped out on top of FGCU after quickly claiming the doubles point.

“We set the tone very well in doubles in both matches today,” Hyde said. “I’m very pleased with that.”

Senior Daniela Schippers won 6-1, 6-1 on court four, followed by freshman Nandini Das, who took court three 6-1, 6-3 to give Florida State a 3-0 advantage. Sophomore Julia Mikulski closed out the 4-0 sweep with a 6-3, 6-3 clincher on court two.

Also of note, Castaneda fell behind 3-5 in the first set on court one, only to battle back to take the set 7-5.

“(Castaneda) is really playing mature tennis,” Hyde said. “She’s playing her game and doing a great job of leading up at the top spot.”

Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Lucia Montano/Quetzali Vazquez (UNF) 6-1
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Rafaela Gomez/Luise Intert (UNF) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Irina Karangozishvili/Michelle Valdez (UNF) 5-0 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #58 Michelle Valdez (UNF) 6-1, 6-3
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Quetzali Vazquez (UNF) 6-0, 4-6 dnf
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Rafaela Gomez (UNF) 5-7, 3-3 dnf
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Luise Intert (UNF) 6-2, 4-5 dnf
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Kinga Gartner (UNF) 6-2, 6-2
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Irina Karangozishvili (UNF) 6-2, 7-6(3)


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA GULF COAST 0
02/03/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Sweep Ospreys, Eagles in Home Opener.
The Seminoles swept North Florida 4-0 before defeating FGCU.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team (4-1) shutout the North Florida Ospreys (1-1) 4-0 and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (2-2) 4-0 in a home-opening doubleheader at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center on Friday.

“It was a good day today. It’s always exciting to play your first match of the season,” Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We’ve had a rigorous road schedule so far, so it’s a great reward to be able to play at home in front of our fans. We’re looking forward to having a good home stretch here for the next couple weeks.”

Against North Florida, the Seminoles quickly claimed the doubles point with wins on courts one and two to go up 1-0.

In singles, junior Gabriella Castaneda defeated No. 58 Michelle Valdez 6-1, 6-3, followed by sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast as she defeated Kinga Gartner 6-2, 6-2.

Freshman Andrea Garcia closed out the match for the Seminoles, defeating Irina Karangozishvili 6-2, 7-6(3) on court six.

In the second half of the doubleheader, the Noles again jumped out on top of FGCU after quickly claiming the doubles point.

“We set the tone very well in doubles in both matches today,” Hyde said. “I’m very pleased with that.”

Senior Daniela Schippers won 6-1, 6-1 on court four, followed by freshman Nandini Das, who took court three 6-1, 6-3 to give Florida State a 3-0 advantage. Sophomore Julia Mikulski closed out the 4-0 sweep with a 6-3, 6-3 clincher on court two.

Also of note, Castaneda fell behind 3-5 in the first set on court one, only to battle back to take the set 7-5.

“(Castaneda) is really playing mature tennis,” Hyde said. “She’s playing her game and doing a great job of leading up at the top spot.”

Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Julia Ascua/Julianna Curtis (FGCU) 5-3 dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Maja Ornberg/Breana Stampfli (FGCU) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Laura Falceto Font/Sara Kelly (FGCU) 6-0
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. Maja Ornberg (FGCU) 7-5, 3-2 dnf
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Breana Stampfli (FGCU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Julia Ascua (FGCU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Julianna Curtis (FGCU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Sara Kelly (FGCU) 6-3, 5-2 dnf
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. Laura Falceto Font (FGCU) 6-3, 5-4 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 5, AIR FORCE 2
02/18/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Down Air Force, Florida A&M in Third Annual Military Appreciation Match.
Florida State recognized student veterans before 5-2 victory over Air Force.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team (6-1) defeated the Air Force Falcons (4-5) 5-2 and the Florida A&M Rattlers (1-7) 4-0 in the third annual Military Appreciation/Student Veteran matches on Saturday inside the FSU Indoor Tennis Facility.

Preceding the match with Air Force, Florida State University president John Thrasher and director of the Florida State University Student Veterans Center Billy Francis, and Air Force ROTC Color Guard were on hand to honor Florida State’s student veterans and service members everywhere.

“I was very happy with all of the student veterans and military members who made the effort to get out indoor courts and keep this event on such a great level,” Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We had more people indoors than we’ve ever had at a match here - I was really thankful to everyone for making the effort to get out here.”

Before the match, the Seminoles presented the Falcons with “challenge coins,” a military tradition that honors achievement and sacrifice. FSU’s Air Force ROTC performed the presentation of colors, and Air Force senior Jocelle Rudico sang the national anthem before the match. Three Florida State student veterans participated in the prematch coin flip.

“It means so very much to our women’s tennis program to have so many people supporting the event that we put on for our student veterans,” Hyde said. “The numbers keep growing in the clinics that we’re doing, which is a great sign of the support we have and the bridge that we’ve gapped with the student veterans and the veterans in the community as being a part of our FSU women’s tennis family.”

The Seminoles took the doubles point and lead the match 3-0 on the strength of senior Daniela Schippers and Andrea Garcia’s victories on courts four and six. Freshman Nandini Das clinched the match with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Air Force’s Elizabeth Barnickel.

The match was played out, and the Falcons were able to get on the board with a 6-3, 6-3 win on court two. Junior Gabriella Castaneda retired down a set on court one to put the score at 4-2.

Sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast came back after dropping the second set to win 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 on court five to wrap the match at 5-2 in favor of the Seminoles.

“As far as the match, I was happy to see Nandini Das get her first clinch,” Hyde said. “Ariana (Rahmanparast) played really well to come back to win in three sets. We did a good job settling into our singles matches and I was happy that we stepped up on the courts that we did.”

The 5:00 p.m. match against Florida A&M was pushed back to 6:00 p.m. The singles were played first and the match was not played out.

The Seminoles jumped out to lead on all courts in the first set and never looked back, quickly grabbing the 4-0 victory over the Rattlers. Freshman Gabrielle Goldin clinched the victory with a 6-2, 6-0 win on court six in her first ever appearance as a Seminole.

The Seminoles are now 2-0 all-time against Air Force with the lone prior meeting coming in 2015. The Noles improved to 16-0 all-time over the Rattlers.

The matches and prematch ceremonies were originally scheduled to be played at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center but were relocated to the FSU Indoor Tennis Facility due to rain.

Florida State 5, Air Force 2
Doubles
No. 1: Elizabeth Barnickel/TJ Fumagalli (AFA) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 7-5
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Chloe Forlini/Jocelle Rudico (AFA) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Lil Forlini/Nadeen Lieberman (AFA) 6-4
Singles
No. 1: Chloe Forlini (AFA) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-0, 6-6 retired
No. 2: TJ Fumagalli (AFA) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 3: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Elizabeth Barnickel (AFA) 6-3, 6-3
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Lil Forlini (AFA) 6-2, 6-1
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Nadeen Lieberman (AFA) 6-0, 4-6, 6-4
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Jocelle Rudico (AFA) 6-3, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA A&M 0
02/18/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Down Air Force, Florida A&M in Third Annual Military Appreciation Match.
Florida State recognized student veterans before 5-2 victory over Air Force.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State women’s tennis team (6-1) defeated the Air Force Falcons (4-5) 5-2 and the Florida A&M Rattlers (1-7) 4-0 in the third annual Military Appreciation/Student Veteran matches on Saturday inside the FSU Indoor Tennis Facility.

Preceding the match with Air Force, Florida State University president John Thrasher and director of the Florida State University Student Veterans Center Billy Francis, and Air Force ROTC Color Guard were on hand to honor Florida State’s student veterans and service members everywhere.

“I was very happy with all of the student veterans and military members who made the effort to get out indoor courts and keep this event on such a great level,” Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We had more people indoors than we’ve ever had at a match here - I was really thankful to everyone for making the effort to get out here.”

Before the match, the Seminoles presented the Falcons with “challenge coins,” a military tradition that honors achievement and sacrifice. FSU’s Air Force ROTC performed the presentation of colors, and Air Force senior Jocelle Rudico sang the national anthem before the match. Three Florida State student veterans participated in the prematch coin flip.

“It means so very much to our women’s tennis program to have so many people supporting the event that we put on for our student veterans,” Hyde said. “The numbers keep growing in the clinics that we’re doing, which is a great sign of the support we have and the bridge that we’ve gapped with the student veterans and the veterans in the community as being a part of our FSU women’s tennis family.”

The Seminoles took the doubles point and lead the match 3-0 on the strength of senior Daniela Schippers and Andrea Garcia’s victories on courts four and six. Freshman Nandini Das clinched the match with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Air Force’s Elizabeth Barnickel.

The match was played out, and the Falcons were able to get on the board with a 6-3, 6-3 win on court two. Junior Gabriella Castaneda retired down a set on court one to put the score at 4-2.

Sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast came back after dropping the second set to win 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 on court five to wrap the match at 5-2 in favor of the Seminoles.

“As far as the match, I was happy to see Nandini Das get her first clinch,” Hyde said. “Ariana (Rahmanparast) played really well to come back to win in three sets. We did a good job settling into our singles matches and I was happy that we stepped up on the courts that we did.”

The 5:00 p.m. match against Florida A&M was pushed back to 6:00 p.m. The singles were played first and the match was not played out.

The Seminoles jumped out to lead on all courts in the first set and never looked back, quickly grabbing the 4-0 victory over the Rattlers. Freshman Gabrielle Goldin clinched the victory with a 6-2, 6-0 win on court six in her first ever appearance as a Seminole.

The Seminoles are now 2-0 all-time against Air Force with the lone prior meeting coming in 2015. The Noles improved to 16-0 all-time over the Rattlers.

The matches and prematch ceremonies were originally scheduled to be played at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center but were relocated to the FSU Indoor Tennis Facility due to rain.

Florida State 4, Florida A&M 0
Singles
No. 1: Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Olivia Rolle (FAMU) 6-2, 3-3 dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 6-2, 4-1 dnf
No. 4: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Sophia Osabouhien (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Kiara Shaw (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 6: Gabrielle Goldin (FSU) d. Karen Machisa (FAMU) 6-2, 6-0


MIAMI 4, FLORIDA STATE 1
02/21/2017, CORAL GABLES, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 36 Tennis Sweeps Owls, Falls to No. 21 Hurricanes in Miami.
No. 36 Florida State splits midweek doubleheader vs. No. 21 Miami and Florida Atlantic.

CORAL GABLES, FL - The No. 36-ranked Florida State women's tennis team moved to 7-2 on the year after splitting matches with the No. 21 Miami Hurricanes (2-2) and the Florida Atlantic Owls (4-3) on Tuesday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The Seminoles fell to the Hurricanes 4-1 in the 10:00 a.m. match before sweeping the Owls 4-0 at 3:00 p.m.

In doubles play against Florida Atlantic, the Noles quickly took courts two and three to take a 1-0 lead over the Owls.

"We continue to do a very good job setting the tone in doubles each match," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Those improvements continue to show up each time we compete."

In singles, senior Daniela Schippers was the first off the court after a 6-0, 6-3 victory to put the Noles up 2-0. Freshman Nandini Das took court one 6-2, 6-1, and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast clinched the 4-0 victory with a 6-4, 6-3 win.

"I'm happy with how we left the Miami loss behind us and came back strong against FAU," Hyde said. "In college tennis, sometimes you need to have a short memory, and we did just that. We grabbed another doubles point, our seventh of eight doubles points so far, and we took care of what we needed to do."

The 4-0 sweep is the fifth shutout victory for the Seminoles so far this season. The Noles have won all but one doubles point so far this year.

Against the Hurricanes, the Seminoles again jumped out to an early start in doubles play, securing the point as freshman Andrea Garcia/sophomore Julia Mikulski downed Dominika Paterova/Estela Perez-Somarriba 6-1 on court one and freshman Nandini Das/sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Maci Epstein/Ana Madour 6-2 on court two.

In singles play, the Noles got down early and fell on courts two, one, three and five. Garcia and senior Daniela Schippers each took a set and were locked in heated matches when the match finished.

The Seminoles entered the match against Miami at 6-1, their best record to open a season since 2013. Florida State had won five straight matches and had not dropped a match in nearly a month.

Next up, the Seminoles travel to Atlanta, Ga. take on No. 11 Georgia Tech on Sunday February 26 at 12:00 p.m.

"Through the tough loss to Miami, we have specifically pinpointed things to focus on this week to get us prepared for a very tough Georgia Tech team this weekend," Hyde said. "We have to keep putting in the work and keep improving each session."

Noles Ranked No. 36

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released the first computerized team rankings of the season on Tuesday, with Florida State debuting at No. 36 in the country. That ranking is the highest initial computerized ranking since 2015, when the Noles began the season at No. 30 in the nation.

No. 21 Miami 4, No. 36 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Dominika Paterova/Estela Perez-Somarriba (UM) 6-1
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Maci Epstein/Ana Madcur (UM) 6-2
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Sinead Lohan/Clara Tanielian (UM) 4-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #7 Sinead Lohan (UM) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: #97 Maci Epstein (UM) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-4, 6-0
No. 3: #76 Estela Perez-Somarriba (UM) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Ana Madcur (UM) 6-4, 0-4 dnf
No. 5: Dominika Paterova (UM) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. Silvia Fuentes (UM) 1-6, 6-4 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 0
02/21/2017, Coral Gables, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 36 Tennis Sweeps Owls, Falls to No. 21 Hurricanes in Miami.
No. 36 Florida State splits midweek doubleheader vs. No. 21 Miami and Florida Atlantic.

CORAL GABLES, FL - The No. 36-ranked Florida State women's tennis team moved to 7-2 on the year after splitting matches with the No. 21 Miami Hurricanes (2-2) and the Florida Atlantic Owls (4-3) on Tuesday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. The Seminoles fell to the Hurricanes 4-1 in the 10:00 a.m. match before sweeping the Owls 4-0 at 3:00 p.m.

In doubles play against Florida Atlantic, the Noles quickly took courts two and three to take a 1-0 lead over the Owls.

"We continue to do a very good job setting the tone in doubles each match," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Those improvements continue to show up each time we compete."

In singles, senior Daniela Schippers was the first off the court after a 6-0, 6-3 victory to put the Noles up 2-0. Freshman Nandini Das took court one 6-2, 6-1, and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast clinched the 4-0 victory with a 6-4, 6-3 win.

"I'm happy with how we left the Miami loss behind us and came back strong against FAU," Hyde said. "In college tennis, sometimes you need to have a short memory, and we did just that. We grabbed another doubles point, our seventh of eight doubles points so far, and we took care of what we needed to do."

The 4-0 sweep is the fifth shutout victory for the Seminoles so far this season. The Noles have won all but one doubles point so far this year.

Against the Hurricanes, the Seminoles again jumped out to an early start in doubles play, securing the point as freshman Andrea Garcia/sophomore Julia Mikulski downed Dominika Paterova/Estela Perez-Somarriba 6-1 on court one and freshman Nandini Das/sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Maci Epstein/Ana Madour 6-2 on court two.

In singles play, the Noles got down early and fell on courts two, one, three and five. Garcia and senior Daniela Schippers each took a set and were locked in heated matches when the match finished.

The Seminoles entered the match against Miami at 6-1, their best record to open a season since 2013. Florida State had won five straight matches and had not dropped a match in nearly a month.

Next up, the Seminoles travel to Atlanta, Ga. take on No. 11 Georgia Tech on Sunday February 26 at 12:00 p.m.

"Through the tough loss to Miami, we have specifically pinpointed things to focus on this week to get us prepared for a very tough Georgia Tech team this weekend," Hyde said. "We have to keep putting in the work and keep improving each session."

Noles Ranked No. 36

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released the first computerized team rankings of the season on Tuesday, with Florida State debuting at No. 36 in the country. That ranking is the highest initial computerized ranking since 2015, when the Noles began the season at No. 30 in the nation.

No. 36 Florida State 4, Florida Atlantic 0
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Laura Fabrizi/Ana Guittierrez (FAU) 4-1 dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Jennifer Lieb/Heather Walton (FAU) 6-1
No. 3: Gabrielle Goldin/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Lyndsey Boos/Marisa Ruiz (FAU) 6-0
Singles
No. 1: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Ana Guittierrez (FAU) 6-2, 6-1
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Laura Fabrizi (FAU) 6-4, 5-4 dnf
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Lyndsey Boos (FAU) 6-0, 6-3
No. 4: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Marisa Ruiz (FAU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. Naiya Oden (FAU) 6-3, 2-6 dnf
No. 6: Gabrielle Goldin (FSU) vs. Alisa Rudenko (FAU) 0-6, 4-5 dnf


GEORGIA TECH 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
02/26/2017, ATLANTA, GA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 36 Tennis Falls at No. 11 Georgia Tech.
Florida State won their eighth consecutive doubles point in the 5-2 loss in Atlanta.

By Blake Von Cannon

ATLANTA, GA - The No. 36 Florida State women's tennis team (7-3, 0-2 ACC) fell 5-2 to the No. 11 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (10-2, 1-0 ACC) Sunday at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex.

The Seminoles started off strong in doubles, winning their eighth straight doubles point. Senior Daniela Schippers and freshman Gabrielle Goldin led the way with a 6-0 victory over Luca Fabian and Nami Otsuka.

The Noles followed up the win on court three with a great performance against two nationally-ranked pairs as freshman Nandini Das and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated No. 30 Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones to clinch the doubles point, while freshman Andrea Garcia and sophomore Julia Mikulski were tied 5-5 with No. 7 Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud when Florida State clinched the point.

In singles play, the Seminoles were unable to capitalize on the 1-0 lead as Mikulski fell 6-4, 6-0 to Renaud. Schippers took No. 71 Rasheeda McAdoo to three sets, but eventually fell short 6-4, 0-6, 1-6 on court three to clinch the victory for the Yellow Jackets.

The matches were played out as Rahmanparast finished with a spectacular comeback performance again Kenya Jones, defeating her 0-6, 7-5, 6-3 on court four. Garcia would conclude the match, falling short on court five to No. 102 Nami Otsuka 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2) to end that match at 5-2.

Florida State is now 19-15 all-time against the Yellow Jackets.

Quotes from Florida State Head Coach Jennifer Hyde:

"We continue to set the tone of our matches very well in doubles, and are doing so many things better on the doubles court."

"We had to pull (junior Gabriella Castaneda) from the number one spot in the singles lineup today, which moved each person up a spot in singles. Regardless, we competed as well today as we have all season. When we have all positions showing up and competing like that on match day, we can be very a dangerous team to play. We had three three-set matches on courts three through five, set points at court two, and match points at court five. We were very close today, but need to take full advantage of the openings we create in order walk away with the team win."

"The improvements and progress from match to match, from week to week, is there. We were a completely different team today from the team we were five days ago in Miami. The confidence this team has in each person at each position is growing with every opportunity we have to compete. I really like the direction of this team right now, and honestly can't wait to get back on court and get to work in preparation for two very big home ACC matches this weekend."

No. 11 Georgia Tech 5, No. 36 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. #7 Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud (GT) 5-5
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. #30 Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones (GT) 6-4
No. 3: Gabrielle Goldin/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Luca Fabian/Nami Otsuka (GT) 6-0
Singles
No. 1: Johnnise Renaud (GT) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-4, 6-0
No. 2: Paige Hourigan (GT) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 7-5, 6-2
No. 3: #71 Rasheeda McAdoo (GT) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 4-6, 6-0, 6-1
No. 4: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Kenya Jones (GT) 0-6, 7-5, 6-3
No. 5: #102 Nami Otsuka (GT) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(2)
No. 6: Nadia Gizdova (GT) d. Gabrielle Goldin (FSU) 6-4, 6-2


WAKE FOREST 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
03/03/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Tennis Drops Heartbreaker to No. 28 Demon Deacons 4-2.
Senior Daniela Schippers, sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast bright spots as Noles drop closest match of the year.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team (7-4, 0-3 ACC) dropped a 4-2 heartbreaker to the No. 28 Wake Forest Demon Deacons (11-2, 2-0 ACC) on Friday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

The match could not have been any closer as it featured a total of three tiebreaks and courts one, two, and five all went to a third set.

"I felt like we gave ourselves some chances in singles," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "There were three three-set matches today- we competed well in those spots. It was just that we didn't perform at the level I know we are capable of performing."

In doubles play, the Seminoles relinquished the doubles point for only the second time all season. Freshman Andrea Garcia and sophomore Julia Mikulski fell to Chandler Carter and Kimmy Guerin of Wake Forest 6-1, while freshman Nandini Das and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast were battling on court two 4-3 when Wake Forest's Alexis Franco and Courtney Meredith downed freshman Gabrielle Goldin and senior Daniela Schippers 6-2 on court three.

In singles play, the match was back and forth all the way.

Schippers quickly took court four 6-2, 6-1 over Wake Forest's Carter to earn her fifth singles win of the season and tie the match 1-1.

"In singles, every spot was a tough spot- I fortunately was able to have a really good today and was able to close it pretty quickly," Schippers said. "I think it was a pretty good effort from everyone, we just need to start getting the win. Hopefully this gives (the team) a lot more hunger for Sunday."

The Demon Deacons answered back as Joanna Zalewski defeated Mikulski 6-1, 6-2 to back the lead.

Trailing 2-1, Rahmanparast dug deep on court five and pulled out a 7-6(1) tiebreak in the first set after dominating the tiebreak 7-1. Wake Forest answered again with a tiebreak of their own as No. 86 Emma Davis took the first set over Das by the score of 7-6(3).

On court one, junior Gabriella Castaneda returned to the top of the lineup after missing part of last week with injury. She took the first set 7-5, but was unable to get the win as she fell 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 to No. 67 Kimmy Guerin.

Then trailing 3-1, the Seminoles needed a win and Rahmanparast was able to deliver, winning another tiebreak for her team to take court five 7-6 (1), 7-6 (3) to put the match at 3-2. Rahmanparast now leads the team with seven singles victories this season.

Garcia was able to make her presence felt and force a third set on court six, but unfortunately for the Noles Luisa Feranandez of Wake Forest took a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 victory to clinch the 4-2 win for the Demon Deacons.

After dropping the first set, Das was able to fight back and force a third set with a 7-5 second set victory. The match ended with Das trailing 6-7(3), 7-5, 0-1 in the third set.

"The great thing about sport is that it always gives you an opportunity to redeem yourself and always gives you another chance," Hyde said. "We have to turn around very quickly and play a very tough NC State opponent that we expect will play very much like the match today.

"The team that shows up on Sunday has to be the team we are capable of being."

With the loss, Florida State is now 18-21 all-time against Wake Forest. All four of the Seminoles' losses have been to teams ranked in the top 28 nationally.

Doubles
No. 1: Chandler Carter/Kimmy Guerin (WF) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-1
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Luisa Fernandez/Joanna Zalewski (WF) 3-4 dnf
No. 3: Alexis Franco/Courtney Meredith (WF) d. Gabrielle Goldin/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2
Singles
No. 1: #67 Kimmy Guerin (WF) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 5-7, 6-2, 6-3
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. #86 Emma Davis (WF) 6-7(3), 7-5, 0-1 dnf
No. 3: Joanna Zalewski (WF) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Chandler Carter (WF) 6-2, 6-1
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Samantha Asch (WF) 7-6(1), 7-6(3)
No. 6: Luisa Fernandez (WF) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 7-5, 4-6, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 5, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 2
03/05/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Tennis Knocks Off No. 26 NC State in 5-2 Marathon Match.
The match lasted over four hours as sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast clinched the Seminole victory over the Wolfpack for the second consecutive season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State women's tennis team (8-4, 1-3 ACC) knocked off the No. 26 North Carolina State Wolfpack (8-6, 0-2 ACC) 5-2 in a match that lasted no less than four hours and ten minutes on Sunday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

For the second consecutive season, sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast handled the pressure of being the deciding court and clinched the match for the Seminoles, gutting out a 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 victory over Bianca Moldovan of NC State to clinch the Florida State victory.

"You want (Rahmanparast) on that court in that position," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "You feel confident when her back is against the wall- she takes a lot of pride in being those moments - she did fantastic job of taking care of her business and competing. She's just so tough and has so much grit and so much will."

Over three hours into the match, the score was 3-2 in favor of the Seminoles with sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast locked in a third set on court five and senior Daniela Schippers down 0-2 in a second set tiebreak to Adriana Reami on court four, needing to win to force a third set.

"It was great- Dany was there in the tiebreak and when she got it, it took a little pressure off of my match," Rahmanparast said. "I was just thinking about last year and how good it felt and I wanted to do the same thing this year. Everyone did their job and we got the win, which is what really matters."

With court five deep into the third set, Schippers dug deep and came back to pull out a 9-7 second set tiebreak victory. That allowed Rahmanparast to capitalize and defeat Moldovan 7-5 in the third set to win and clinch the victory for the Seminoles.

Last season, the match was tied at 3-3 when Rahmanparast defeated NC State's Tayla Stenta 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 in three sets to clinch the road victory for the Noles.

Florida State started the match on the right foot, winning the doubles point for the ninth time this year as freshman Andrea Garcia/sophomore Julia Mikulski defeated Bianca Moldovan/Claudia Wiktorin 6-1 and Daniela Schippers/ junior Gabriella Castaneda downed Amanda Rebol/Tayla Stenta 6-4.

In singles play, Castaneda would fall to No. 30 Martina Frantova on court one, but Garcia and fellow freshman Nandini Das quickly answered with straight-set wins to give the Seminoles a 3-1 advantage.

Mikulski would fall on court three to put the Wolfpack within reach at 3-2, but Rahmanparast and Schippers came through in the clutch to clinch the victory.

Schippers' match was played out, and she was fittingly able to grab a 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-5 victory to close that match at 5-2 and cap the impressive victory for the Seminoles over a ranked opponent.

"This is our first real complete team win," Hyde said. "It took every single person to win today. That's college tennis- that's why we do what we do, to have these moments. These girls worked really hard to create a moment for themselves today and I could not be more proud of them than I am right now."

The Seminoles are now 24-4 all-time against the Wolfpack, good for the best record all-time against any ACC foe.

Florida State 5, No. 26 North Carolina State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #22 Martina Frantova/Anna Rogers (NCS) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-2
No. 2: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Bianca Moldovan/Claudia Wiktorin (NCS) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Amanda Rebol/Tayla Stenta (NCS) 6-4
Singles
No. 1: #30 Martina Frantova (NCS) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Claudia Wiktorin (NCS) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Anna Rogers (NCS) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 7-6(2), 6-1
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Adriana Reami (NCS) 3-6, 7-6(7), 7-5
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Bianca Moldovan (NCS) 3-6, 6-3, 7-5
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Amanda Rebol (NCS) 6-2, 6-1


ILLINOIS 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
03/10/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 36 Seminoles Falls at Home to Illinois.
Florida State falls to 8-5 on the season following the 4-0 loss to the Fighting Illini.

By: Blake Von Cannon, Sports Information Intern

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 36-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (8-5, 1-3 ACC) fell 4-0 to the Illinois Fighting Illini (4-8, 0-1 Big Ten) at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center on Friday.

The Seminoles started off slowly in doubles, as No. 56 freshman Nandini Das/sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast fell 6-1 to Illinois' Jaclyn Switkes/Madie Bailon on court one and sophomore Julia Mikulski/freshman Andrea Garcia lost to Louise Kwong/Ines Vias 6-0 on court two, clinching the doubles point for the Illini.

In singles play, Mikulski held her own in a matchup against No. 109 Madie Baillon on court three. Taking Baillon to a tiebreaker in the first set, the match stood at 6-7 (3), 3-3 when the match was clinched.

Rahmanparast fought hard but fell to Daniela Novak 1-6, 4-6 on court five to give the Illini a 2-0 lead.

On court six, Garcia was defeated by Grace Tapak 3-6, 4-6.

Junior Gabriella Castaneda fought back from down several match points and showed a lot of heart in the second set but fell 4-6, 5-7 on court one as Illinois clinched the 4-0 victory.

Head Coach Jennifer Hyde:

"All the credit to Illinois today. They came ready to play and competed very well. We knew they were dangerous, and today they showed just that.

We have a quick turn around and compete against another very good team in Penn on Sunday down in Tampa. As is always the case, teams learn more from tough losses than you ever learn from good wins. And for us today, that is definitely true.

Bottom line is this, this team is learning and growing every day, and still morphing in to what kind of team we are becoming. We are taking so many steps in the right direction, but today was one of those days where we took a step back. The great thing is, we have Sunday ahead of us and another great opportunity to keep growing."

Illinios 4, No. 36 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: Madie Bailon/Jaclyn Switkes (ILL) d. #56 Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-1
No. 2: Louise Kwong/Ines Vias (ILL) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-0
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Alexis Casati/Daniela Novak (ILL) 2-3 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Louise Kwong (ILL) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-4, 7-5
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Alexis Casati (ILL) 6-3, 3-6, 1-0 dnf
No. 3: Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Madie Baillon (ILL) 6-7(3), 3-3 dnf
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Jaclyn Switkes (ILL) 6-3, 6-5 dnf
No. 5: Daniela Novak (ILL) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-1, 6-4
No. 6: Grace Tapak (ILL) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-3, 6-4


PENNSYLVANIA 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
03/12/2017, Tampa, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 36 Women's Tennis Falls to Penn 5-2 in Tampa.
Florida State returns home for a pair of doubleheaders this weekend.

TAMPA, FL - The No. 36-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (8-6, 1-3 ACC) fell to the Penn Quakers (6-6) 5-2 at the Tampa Tennis at HCC courts on Sunday.

Due to the looming threat of rain, the match began with singles play, where the Quakers jumped out in front early.

On courts one, three, and five, the Seminoles fought hard to force first set tiebreakers, where sophomore Julia Mikulski took down Penn's Ashley Zhu 7-6(1), 6-2 to put the Noles on the board.

Freshman Nandini Das took the first set on court two 6-2 before falling in a third set tiebreaker 2-6, 7-5, 10-6 to the Quakers' Ria Vaidya.

After singles, the match was played out. The Seminoles won their tenth doubles point of the season as No. 56 Das/sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Kana Daniel/Zhu 6-1 and senior Daniela Schippers and junior Gabriella Castaneda defeated OJ Singh/Nicole Berkman 7-5 to secure the doubles point for Florida State.

The match was the first time in program history that the two schools had met. The Seminoles are now 2-1 against the Ivy League this season, including a season-opening win at Columbia and a 4-1 victory over Harvard at ITA Kickoff Weekend.

Pennsylvania 5, No. 36 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #56 Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Kana Daniel/Ashley Zu (UP) 6-1
No. 2: Marta Kowalska/Luba Vazhenina (UP) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 7-5
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nicole Berkman/OJ Singh (UP) 7-5
Singles
No. 1: Kana Daniel (UP) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-6(5), 6-0
No. 2: Ria Vaidya (UP) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 2-6, 7-5, 1-0(6)
No. 3: Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Ashley Zu (UP) 7-6(1), 6-2
No. 4: Lina Oostal (UP) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 5: Marta Kowalska (UP) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 7-6(6), 6-2
No. 6: Luba Vazhenina (UP) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-3, 6-4


DUKE 7, FLORIDA STATE 0
03/17/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Men's Tennis Downs Clemson, Women's Tennis Stumbles in Doubleheader.
Doubles were played simultaneously on the south side Speicher courts as the FSU men downed Clemson 6-1.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State men's and women's tennis teams hosted an ACC doubleheader that saw the No. 28 men's team (11-4, 1-1 ACC) defeat the No. 79 Clemson Tigers (8-7, 0-1 ACC) 6-1 and the No. 52 women's team (8-7, 1-4 ACC) fall to the 18th-ranked Duke Blue Devils (9-3, 3-0 ACC) 7-0 on Friday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

With all six doubles courts at the same time, the two teams were able to cheer one another on before splitting up for singles play, where the men played on the north side Speicher courts, and the women played on the usual south side of the facility.

The Seminole men jumped out to a 1-0 lead after capturing the doubles point over the Tigers and did not look back en route to their first conference win of the season.

In singles play, No. 95 junior Guy Iradukunda quickly took down Daffra Sannon 6-2, 6-2, while redshirt junior Lucas Poullain followed suit with a 6-1, 6-4 defeat of CU's Robert Dudley.

With the clinching point at stake, redshirt junior Jose Gracia and freshman Rana-Roop Singh Bhullar finished nearly at the same time, but Bhullar earned the 6-4, 6-4 clincher just before Gracia took his 7-5, 6-3 victory on court three.

The match was played out as sophomore Aziz Dougaz took court one in three sets, while junior Terrance Whitehurst would fall 5-7, 7-6(5), 10-5 in a third set tiebreak to put the final score at 6-1.

The men's tennis team will face the Miami Hurricanes (6-4, 0-2 ACC) tomorrow at noon, which will be played in the same fashion as Friday's doubleheader.

The Seminole women were not as fortunate against a strong Duke team. No. 56 sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast and freshman Nandini Das took on No. 34 Kaitlyn McCarthy/Meible Chi in a battle of ranked doubles pairs, but the Noles fell 6-0.

Junior Gabriella Castaneda and senior Daniela Schippers were leading 4-3 on court three but were unable to get the win as the Noles dropped the doubles point.

The Blue Devils featured four ranked singles in the lineup, and this young Seminole team earned valuable experience as they head into the heart of ACC play.

Freshman Nandini Das made her second career appearance at the top of the lineup for the Noles, and showed well against Samantha Harris of Duke. Das took the first set, but the match went to a third set tiebreak, where Harris edged by Das to the tune of 4-6, 6-4, 11-9.

Rahmanparast and freshman Andrea Garcia also ended in hard-fought tiebreaks in the second set, as Rahmanparast fell 6-3, 7-6(5) and Garcia, playing on the last singles court, lost 7-5, 7-6(7).

The Seminoles now turn their attention to the third-ranked North Carolina Tarheels in Sunday's noon doubleheader. Doubles will again be played side-by-side. The men's team will play singles on the south side courts, while the women's team will play singles on the north side at the Speicher Center.

Women's Tennis Head Coach Jennifer Hyde

"It was a great college tennis setting (playing doubles together). It was a lot of fun for the girls, a lot of fun for the fans, and for the guys as well.

We put Nandini at the one spot today and gave her an opportunity against a very seasoned player for Duke in Sam Harris. She did a great job. She had match point to win it in the third set and gave herself every opportunity to get it done and just came up a little short. That's experience that she's gaining every time she gets out there competing. Her future is very bright obviously and she did a great job carrying a load at the top spot. The great thing is that sometimes it takes a stinger like that to really reset your focus for what's ahead.

We had a lot of good fighting today. Andrea was out here fighting her tail off with no one else left on court. Duke was just better on the day today. They took advantage of some of our weaker shots and that's what the better teams are going to do. We've just got to get better, improve and find another gear in our games on Sunday."

Senior Daniela Schippers

"I'm proud of what Nandini was doing, I'm proud of what Andrea was doing. Everyone was fighting their own battles. I think that it's a tough day. I think that we need to have a short memory because we have an even tougher day on Sunday. We need to take that opportunity and everyone is going to have big matches and we just need to bring our best game."

Men's Tennis Head Coach Dwayne Hultquist:

"It's our first match back coming off the Florida win. I was pleased to get a 6-1 win, any win in the ACC is good.

I was really pleased to see Aziz come back after losing the first set. That guy is a really good player. We didn't give them anything. I was really happy with the guys that fought back- Lucas was down in the second, came back and won, Aziz lost the first set, came back and won.

It was a good day, but we've got to play in two days. We've got to play Miami and it's another rivalry match and we've got to get up for that."

Junior Guy Iradukunda:

"I think we did really well. Doubles were really close, but we won on courts one and two. It's always good to start with the lead.

We all started pretty strong in singles as well. I think we all won the first set except on court one. That gave us confidence so we kept playing well. We clinched early, but we played out the match. I think we played really well.

(The doubles court) was really energetic. It was fun. There were a lot of people watching and supporting. The girls were also supporting us, we were supporting them. It was a good atmosphere- it's fun, it's different."

No. 18 Duke 7, No. 52 Florida State 0
Doubles
No. 1: #34 Meible Chi/Kaitlyn McCarthy (DU) d. #56 Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-0
No. 2: Chalena Scholl/Alyssa Smith (DU) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Ellyse Hamlin/Samantha Harris (DU) 4-3 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #90 Samantha Harris (CU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 4-6, 6-4, 1-0(9)
No. 2: #23 Meible Chi (DU) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 3: #42 Chalena Scholl (DU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 4: #79 Kaitlyn McCarthy (DU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 5: Alyssa Smith (DU) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 7-5, 7-6(7)
No. 6: Ellyse Hamlin (DU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-3, 7-6(5)


NORTH CAROLINA 6, FLORIDA STATE 1
03/19/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Men's Tennis Shuts Out Miami, Mikulski Shines in Loss to UNC.
The men's team swept Miami 7-0, while sophomore Julia Mikulski topples the No. 4 singles player in the nation.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida State men's and women's tennis teams hosted a second ACC doubleheader of the weekend that saw the No. 28 men's team (12-4, 2-1 ACC) sweep the No. 67 Miami Hurricanes (8-8, 0-2 ACC) 7-0 and sophomore Julia Mikulski take down No. 4 Sara Daavettila in a third set tiebreak as the women (8-8, 1-4 ACC) fell to No. 3 North Carolina (18-1, 5-0 ACC) 6-1 on Sunday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

With all six doubles courts playing at the same time, the two teams were able to cheer one another on before splitting up for singles play. The men played on the usual south side Speicher courts, and the women played on the north side of the facility.

The Seminole men jumped out to a 1-0 lead after capturing the doubles point for the 15th of 16 tries this season and carried that momentum into singles, where they won all but one set on their way to a 7-0 shutout over the rival Hurricanes.

In singles play, redshirt junior Lucas Poullain made short work of Miami's Max Andrews 6-1, 6-2 on court three.

Junior Terrell Whitehurst followed suit with a 6-3, 6-3 win on court six, and No. 95 junior Guy Iradukunda clinched the victory for the Seminoles, defeating Christian Langmo 6-4, 6-4.

No. 119 sophomore Aziz Dougaz claimed his second victory over a higher-ranking player this season when he defeated No. 67 Piotr Lomacki 6-4, 6-4 at the top of the lineup. Iradukunda previously beat Lomacki on his run to the ITA Southeast Regional Championship in October.

Freshman Rana-Roop Singh Bhullar and redshirt junior Jose Gracia would close out victories on courts five and four to complete the sweep 7-0 of the Hurricanes.

Career Day for Mikulski

Meanwhile, the No. 52 Seminole women faced off with powerhouse North Carolina on the south courts of Speicher.

The Tarheels grabbed the doubles point, but the Seminoles gave them a fight on nearly every singles court in a match that featured several tiebreaks, including two third-set tiebreakers to ten.

Facing off with the number four-ranked player nationally in Daavettila, Mikulski dropped the first set 2-6, but rebounded and was able to fight back to take the second 6-4 as nearly every game reached deuce point.

With the third set a tiebreak to ten points, Mikulski was able to jump out a 9-5 lead. Daavettila came all the way back to make it 9-8, but with the match on the line Mikulski was able to hold her off and earn the biggest win of her career so far, 2-6, 6-4, 10-8.

Several young players, including Mikulski and freshmen Nandini Das, Andrea Garcia and Gabrielle Goldin, showed well against tough competition.

Das went toe-to-toe with No. 2 Hayley Carter and looked like she belonged with the senior All-American, but Carter would ultimately prevail 6-3, 6-3.

On court six, Goldin was able to claw back to win the second set 7-6(8) and force a third set tiebreak, but fell 3-10.

In the last match on court, Garcia just barely dropped a 7-6(8) first set and would fall 7-5 in the second to close out the match on court four.

Women's Tennis Head Coach Jennifer Hyde:

"I think Julia really settled in well after losing the first set. She knew what she needed to do and it was just a matter of executing. She definitely raised the level of her game in that second set.

She's been on the path of improving over the last three weeks. It's been really fun to see. How great for her and her confidence to know that she can hang around with a top five player in the country and get the job done when she needed to. I think it's a credit to all the hard work she's been putting in and trusting the process of getting her game where it belongs. Today was a huge, tremendous step for her and a big personal win for her career.

We challenged Nandini this weekend to step up in the one spot and it's very clear to anyone that watches her that she belongs there. She's got all the tools in her toolbox and right now she's getting a ton of experience that invaluable for her in her young career.

Andrea is always good for a fight- any time it's time to compete, she's ready. Even though she came up short, her scores were really close- they always are. (Gabrielle Goldin) didn't get a whole lot of warning that she was going to play singles. That girl inspires. She just inspires with how fiery and competitive and how much she wants it. She had this whole facility yelling for her because she was yelling for the Seminoles."

Sophomore Julia Mikulski:

"I started a little slow, she didn't have many mistakes. In the second set, she kind of broke down her serve with a lot of double faults, so I used that. In the third set, I just took it point by point. I got pretty nervous at the end (with the tiebreak at match point). I just tried to go point by point.

I'm actually really happy- I think everyone fought really well. We had a lot of long tiebreaks. Everyone was fighting and that's all we can do."

Men's Tennis Head Coach Dwayne Hultquist:

"One thing I really liked was that we got good efforts from everyone. Miami is a really good team- there's a couple spots especially that they're very good at. Lomacki is one of the better players in the country, so that's a really good win for Aziz. Langmo has been around and won a lot of matches, so that was a good win for Guy.

They had a chance to make a run at us, then we won all those tight first sets. Aziz and Guy breaking at 5-4, we won a lot of those tight sets late and we kind of rolled from there.

Terrell came on and played better the longer the match went. It was the first time Rana had played at five and he had a solid outing."

Redshirt Junior Jose Gracia:

"We just battled a lot and kept engaged throughout the match. It helped that there was a lot of fans here watching us. We wanted our revenge from last year. Coming off of the sweep is just a good feeling. We're ready for Louisville next.

When we play doubles together, we get a big crowd. The girls are cheering us on. It's an electrifying feeling and it motivates me a lot."

No. 3 North Carolina 6, No. 52 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: #1 Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter (UNC) d. #56 Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-3
No. 2: Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez (UNC) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Sara Daavettila/Rachael James-Baker (UNC) 2-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: #2 Hayley Carter (UNC) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 2: Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. #4 Sara Daacettila (UNC) 2-6, 6-4, 1-0(8)
No. 3: #24 Jessie Aney (UNC) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 4: #33 Alexa Graham (UNC) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 7-6(8), 7-5
No. 5: #78 Makenna Jones (UNC) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-0, 6-0
No. 6: Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) d. Gabrielle Goldin (FSU) 6-1, 6-7(8), 1-0(3)


FLORIDA STATE 4, LOUISVILLE 0
03/24/2017, LOUISVILLE, KY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Blanks Louisville in USTA/ACC Match of the Week.
Florida State dominated the Cardinals 4-0 on the road to improve to 9-8 on the year.

LOUISVILLE, KY - Despite a brisk crosswind that greatly affected play at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center, the Florida State women's tennis team (9-8, 2-6 ACC) dominated Louisville (12-5, 1-4 ACC), shutting out the Cardinals 4-0 on Sunday afternoon.

The match was the featured USTA/ACC Match of the Week and was broadcast on ACC Network Extra.

The harsh wind seemed to force the Cardinals out of their game, while the Seminoles held steady in the elements and were able to take advantage of the game conditions and take the victory.

"I was really proud of the poise we showed given the challenging conditions," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "There were 25 mile per hour winds blowing, and we did great job of using the wind to our favor. We talk a lot about adapting and we did a really good job of that today and didn't give UL an opportunity to get into the match."

In singles, junior Gabriella Castaneda made her return to the top of the lineup after missing time last week with injury to lead the Seminoles in the dominating victory. The Noles won the doubles point and did not look back, taking the first set on all six courts en route to the 4-0 win.

Castaneda took the court one 6-0, 6-2 to put the Seminoles ahead 2-0, followed closely by No. 103 sophomore Julia Mikulski on court three 6-2, 6-4.

After taking the first set 6-1, freshman Nandini Das went against Louisville's Mariana Humberg looking to clinch the match for Florida State. Humberg saved several match points to force a tiebreak, but Das took control in the tiebreak to clinch the victory 6-1, 7-6(4).

"She was slicing a lot of balls," Das said after the match. "We practice these things on a daily basis, we do drills that teach you to keep grinding and keep grinding and finally finish those points. I know that I've put in the practice and I know what I needed to do."

When Florida State clinched the match, courts five and six were headed to third sets, while senior Daniela Schippers had battled to take the first set 7-6(4), and was 1-3 in the second set.

The Seminoles took the doubles point for the 11th time this season, as Das and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast took court two over Elle Stokes/Ariana Rodriguez 6-1 and Castaneda and Schippers defeated Aleksandra Mally/Olivia Boesing 6-3 to clinch the point for Florida State.

"Getting that doubles point continues to be a very big focus for us and I was glad that we came out with the momentum by winning the point," Hyde said.

Notables

Florida State 4, Louisville 0
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Mariana Humberg/Abbie Pahz (UL) dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Ariana Rodriguez/Elle Stokes (UL) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Olivia Boesing/Aleksandra Mally (UL) 6-3
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. Aleksandra Mally (UL) 6-0, 6-2
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Mariana Humberg (UL) 6-1, 7-6(4)
No. 3: #103 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Elle Stokes (UL) 6-2, 6-4
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Abbie Pahz (UL) 7-6(), 1-3 dnf
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Tiffany Huber (UL) 6-2, 6-7(5), 1-1 dnf
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. Olivia Boesing (UL) 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 dnf

FLORIDA STATE 4, PITTSBURGH 1
03/26/2017, PITTSBURGH, PA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Dominates Pitt On the Road.
Florida State finishes the weekend on a two-match winning streak in the ACC.

By Blake VonCannon, Sports Information Intern

PITTSBURGH, PA - The Florida State women's tennis team (10-8, 3-5 ACC) powered past the Pittsburgh Panthers (3-8, 0-7 ACC) 4-1 at the Alpha Fitness and Tennis Center.

The Seminoles started out strong, taking the doubles point for the 12th time this year as freshman Nandini Das and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast downed Audrey Ann Blakely/Clara Lucas 6-3 on court two and sophomore Julia Mikulski and freshman Andrea Garcia clinched the point by defeating Amber Washington/Callie Frey 6-4 on court one.

In singles play, the Noles would keep the momentum going strong, as Rahmanparast defeated Clara Lucas 6-2, 6-0 on court five. Mikulski, ranked No. 103 in singles, followed with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Gabriela Rezende on court three to give Florida State a 3-0 lead.

Junior Gabriella Castaneda would fall on court one to Washington 5-7, 2-6, but Garcia quickly answered by defeating Natsumi Okamoto 6-2, 6-4 on court six to earn the win and clinch the match for the Seminoles.

When the Seminoles clinched the victory, senior Daniela Schippers was leading Frey 6-3, 5-3 on court four. Das was mounting a comeback 3-6, 6-2 to force a third set on court two when the match was clinched.

The win is the Seminoles' second consecutive ACC victory on the road following Friday's 4-0 shutout victory at Louisville.

Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde:

"Any time you go on the road for ACC matches, coming home with two wins on the weekend is a great thing. On Friday we played outside on slower courts in 25 mile-per-hour winds, then turned around today and played indoors on faster courts, and it was a complete non-issue for the girls. We adapted well, we competed hard, and never let Pitt find a way into the match."

"Getting the doubles point was once again a momentum grabber for us, and we did a fantastic job of finishing and playing complete matches today. This weekend is exactly what this team needed heading into our next matches. We face Boston College on the road Friday, then back home Sunday against Syracuse."

Notables:

Florida State 4, Pitt 1
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Callie Frey/Amber Washington (UP) 6-4
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Audrey Ann Blakely/Clara Lucas (UP) 6-3
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Natsumi Okamoto/Gabriela Rezende (UP) 5-4 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Amber Washington (UP) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-5, 6-2
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Audrey Ann Blakely (UP) 6-3, 2-6 dnf
No. 3: #103 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Gabriela Rezende (UP) 6-2, 6-2
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Callie Frey (UP) 6-3, 5-3 dnf
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Clara Lucas (UP) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Natsumi Okamoto (UP) 6-2, 6-4

FLORIDA STATE 5, BOSTON COLLEGE 2
03/31/2017, CHESTNUT HILL, MA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Schippers, Rahmanparast Lead Women's Tennis in Thrilling Comeback Over Eagles.
Florida State extends road ACC winning streak to three consecutive matches after the 5-2 victory.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA - The No. 50 Florida State women's tennis team (11-8, 4-5 ACC) roared back from down 2-0 to outlast the Boston College Eagles (8-9, 3-6 ACC) and win 5-2 on Friday at the Flynn Recreation Complex in a match that lasted over five hours.

All five of Florida State's points came in hard-fought, three-set matches. After falling behind, the Noles got the points they had to have and showed resiliency and composure in the 5-2 victory.

"I am immensely proud of the toughness that the girls showed today," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "To play three five-set matches and pull out all five of them, I think that says a lot about the guts of this team."

In doubles play, the Seminoles did not get off to their usual solid start, dropping the doubles point to the Eagles.

In singles, the Noles came out swinging and won the first set on courts two and four. The match was tense from the start and that continued throughout as courts two, three, four, five and six each went to a third set.

Only court one was resolved in two sets, as junior Gabriella Castaneda fell 6-4, 6-3 to Asiya Dair of Boston College.

On court three, No. 103 sophomore Julia Mikulski dropped the first set to BC's Dasha Possokhova but fought back to win 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 to put the Seminoles on the board, trailing 2-1.

Freshman Nandini Das and senior Daniela Schippers each took the first set to pull out in front, but each went to third sets of their own.

On court two, Das faced off with Lexi Borr of BC, and after dropping the second set came back to win 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 to draw the Noles even with the Eagles at 2-2.

As Florida State took the momentum from the home team, Schippers capitalized to win 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 over Kylie Wilcox, the reigning ACC Player of the Week, to give the Seminoles a 3-2 lead.

With only four courts at the indoor Flynn Recreation Complex, courts five and six were played following the conclusions of matches on courts one and three.

"There were a lot of elements that they had to adjust to, and the girls were so tough," Hyde said. "They knew they were going to have to go the distance today, and they did exactly that and I just couldn't be any more proud of the effort to come in here today and beat a very good BC team."

With the lead in hand and the added pressure of playing after the other courts, freshman Andrea Garcia and sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast each began their respective singles matches needing just one court to clinch the victory.

Garcia went to a first set tiebreak against BC's Emily Safron but dropped the set 7-6(3), while Rahmanparast also dropped the first set to Elene Tsokilauri 6-4.

Both would rebound to force deciding third sets, needing just one point to clinch the victory.

Rahmanparast fought to take a 3-0 lead in the third set and did not waiver, clinching the match with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 win on court five.

Not to be outdone, Garcia did the same, winning 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 to give the Seminoles a resounding 5-2 comeback victory over Boston College.

"I knew coming into this that it was going to be on Andrea and I (playing last with a chance to clinch)," Rahmanparast said. "Getting the opportunity to clinch is always great."

Rahmanparast previously clinched a 5-2 home victory over NC State on March 5.

Notables:

No. 50 Florida State 5, Boston College 2
Doubles
No. 1: Dasha Possokhova/Kylie Wilcox (BC) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3
No. 2: Lexi Borr/Jackie Urbinati (BC) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-4
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Asiya Dair/Elene Tsokilauri (BC) 6-2
Singles
No. 1: Asiya Dair (BC) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) d. Lexi Borr (BC) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3
No. 3: #103 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Dasha Possokhova (BC) 4-6, 6-1, 6-4
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Kylie Wilcox (BC) 6-3, 4-6, 7-5
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Emily Safron (BC) 6-7(3), 6-3, 6-4
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Elene Tsokilauri (BC) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3

FLORIDA STATE 4, SYRACUSE 3
04/02/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Earns Fourth Consecutive ACC Win over Syracuse.
Florida State extends winning streak to four matches with a 4-3 home win over the Orange.

By Briana Charniak, Sports Information Intern

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 50 Florida State women's tennis team (12-8, 5-5 ACC) extended their in-conference winning streak to four consecutive victories after defeating the Syracuse Orange (6-9, 3-5 ACC) 4-3 on Sunday afternoon.

"That's four back-to-back matches where we have shown up and competed unbelievably well," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "That's what it takes in this league to have success."

The Seminoles have now defeated Louisville, Pittsburgh, Boston College, and Syracuse in consecutive matches, the second-longest winning streak of the season.

In doubles play, the Seminoles came out strong and won the first two matches to gain the doubles point over the Orange.

In singles, the Noles were ready to fight and won the first set on courts one, three, five, and six. Courts one and four were back and forth and each took play to a third set.

The Seminoles gained a 2-0 lead when sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast quickly defeated Nicole Mitchell of Syracuse 6-0, 6-3 on court six.

On court two, freshman Nandini Das fell 6-2, 6-2 to Gabriela Knutson to put the score at 2-1.

On court five freshman Andrea Garcia fought through a tough first set to win 6-4, and wrapped up the second set 6-1 over Dina Hegab to give the Noles a 3-1 lead over the Orange.

No. 103 sophomore Julia Mikulski won the first set 6-3, but fell behind 0-3 in the second set. She would regroup and force a deciding second set tiebreak, which she ran away with to clinch the Seminole victory 6-3, 7-6(2) on court three.

"She had some chances to finish it 5-4, came up a little short, kept her head down and did exactly what she needed to do to finish it," Hyde said of Mikulski's match-clinching victory.

"I just tried to focus and not pay attention to the other courts," Mikulski said. "Especially stay aggressive at important points. I think I did that well, just staying aggressive."

Both junior Gabriella Castaneda and senior Daniela Schippers played tough matches on courts one and four, with each playing out to a third set. The Seminoles would fall on both courts to end the match at 4-3 in favor of Florida State.

The nationally-ranked Noles will now have a week off before returning to the Speicher Center courts on Thursday, April 13 to take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on ACC Network Extra, the third time Florida State will be featured on the network this season.

"We will enjoy this four in a row for another day or so but then we have a weekend off, then a huge home match against Notre Dame," Hyde said. "We've got four more big opportunities before the ACC Championship to be ready and we will be ready for those."

Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde:

"Feeling really good after the last two weeks' performances. I think this team is starting to find their competitive identity and at a really good time. We have been working unbelievably hard, putting in a lot of work Monday through Thursday and we are ready for gamedays on the weekends. The girls are really starting to see that work pay off and that energy is kicking in big time within this team. They are starting to feel the power of this team and what we are capable of doing. I think every team in this conference is so good and so deep. That's four back-to-back matches where we have shown up and competed unbelievably well. That's what it takes in this league to have success. We will enjoy this four in a row for another day or so, but then we have a weekend off then a huge home match against Notre Dame on Thursday. We've got four more big opportunities before the ACC Championship to be ready and we will be ready for those."

On Julia winning a tiebreaker in the second set to clinch the victory:

"Great job. Got down in that second set 0-3 and fought herself back into that match. She had some chances to finish it 5-4, came up a little short, kept her head down and did exactly what she needed to do to finish it. It is the confidence that we all have in each other to finish the job they need to."

Sophomore Julia Mikulski:

"I think we did pretty well. Everyone was fighting as always and everyone did their job. It was a good day."

"I just tried to focus and not pay attention to the other courts. Especially stay aggressive at important points. I think I did that well, just staying aggressive."

"After Illinois and Penn we have gained more energy and since then we have been good. It gives us a lot of confidence, everyone is doing well."

No. 50 Florida State 4, Syracuse 3
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Gabriela Knutson/Miranda Ramirez (SU) 2-5 dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Dina Hegab/Anna Shkudun (SU) 6-1
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Nicole Mitchell/Maria Tritou (SU) 6-0
Singles
No. 1: Miranda Ramirez (SU) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 4-6, 6-3, 6-2
No. 2: Gabriela Knutson (SU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 3: #103 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Anna Shkudun (SU) 6-3, 7-6(2)
No. 4: Maria Tritou (SU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 2-6, 6-3
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Dina Hegab (SU) 6-4, 6-1
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Nicole Mitchell (SU) 6-0, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 4, NOTRE DAME 0
04/13/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Shuts Out Notre Dame, Extends Unbeaten Streak to Six Matches.
Florida State blanked the No. 28 Fighting Irish, Florida A&M in Thursday night doubleheader.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 47 Florida State women's tennis team (14-8, 6-5 ACC) extended their winning streak to six matches with shutout victories over both the No. 28 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (16-6, 7-6 ACC) and the Florida A&M Rattlers on Thursday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

Senior Daniela Schippers, playing in the final home weekend of her career, clinched the impressive victory over the Irish with a 6-2, 6-2 straight set victory over Notre Dame's Zoe Spence.

"It's just an amazing feeling for me in the last home weekend and it's super special to have been able to clinch with these girls," Schippers said. "I'm going to miss playing on these courts and I really wanted it to be a special moment."

The Seminoles got off to an exceptionally fast start and won the doubles point for the 15th time this season.

"Today was a really good day," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The girls were ready, they were relentless, they were one hundred percent prepared and they came out here and dominated from doubles on."

Schippers and junior Gabriella Castaneda wasted no time taking down Notre Dame's Brooke Broda/Allison Miller 6-2 on court three.

The Noles were up through both matches on courts one and two, but Mary Closs/Monica Robinson forced a tiebreak with sophomore Julia Mikulski and freshman Andrea Garcia on court one. Mikulski and Garcia, who seem to thrive in tiebreak situations, did not surrender a point en route to the 7-6(0) clinch of the doubles point.

Much like in doubles, Florida State jumped out in front in singles play, taking the first sets on courts one, four, five, and six.

Garcia was the first to clinch, taking down Mary Closs 6-2, 6-0 in just over half an hour.

With a 2-0 lead and first set wins on four courts, the Seminoles had full control of the match as sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Notre Dame's Rachel Chong 6-1, 6-4 on court three to give Florida State all the momentum and all but seal the match.

In a race between Castaneda and Schippers, it was the senior who was able to clinch the match first. The Guatemala City, Guatemala native defeated Spence in straight sets to clinch the shutout victory for the Seminoles.

"The girls fought really hard- we've been working really hard for this moment for a long time now," Schippers said. "I think that this is the best time to be going up (as a team)."

The match was the third nationally-televised match of the season for Florida State, following February 21 at Miami and a 4-0 win at Louisville.

The shutout victories on the day were the sixth and seventh matches this season in which the Seminoles did not allow the other team to record a point.

Florida A&M

Following the dominant win over Notre Dame, the Seminoles welcomed the Florida A&M Rattlers to the Speicher courts. The match began with singles and was played to clinch, as the the Noles took the match going away 5-0 to win six consecutive matches for the first time since the 2011 dual match season.

With the two dominant victories today, the Seminoles have put themselves in an excellent position with just two weekends left to play in the regular season.

No. 47 Florida State 4, No. 28 Notre Dame 0
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Mary Closs/Monica Robinson (ND) 7-6(0)
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Brokke Broda/Allison Miller (ND) 5-6 dnf
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Jane Fennelly/Zoe Spence (ND) 6-2
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #72 Monica Robinson (ND) 6-3, 4-3 dnf
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Brooke Broda (ND) 1-6, 3-4 dnf
No. 3: #105 Julia Mikulski (FSU) vs. Allison Miller (ND) 6-7(2) dnf
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Zoe Spence (ND) 6-2, 6-2
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Mary Closs (ND) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Rachel Chong (ND) 6-1, 6-4


FLORIDA STATE 5, FLORIDA A&M 0
04/13/2017

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Shuts Out Notre Dame, Extends Unbeaten Streak to Six Matches.
Florida State blanked the No. 28 Fighting Irish, Florida A&M in Thursday night doubleheader.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 47 Florida State women's tennis team (14-8, 6-5 ACC) extended their winning streak to six matches with shutout victories over both the No. 28 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (16-6, 7-6 ACC) and the Florida A&M Rattlers on Thursday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

Senior Daniela Schippers, playing in the final home weekend of her career, clinched the impressive victory over the Irish with a 6-2, 6-2 straight set victory over Notre Dame's Zoe Spence.

"It's just an amazing feeling for me in the last home weekend and it's super special to have been able to clinch with these girls," Schippers said. "I'm going to miss playing on these courts and I really wanted it to be a special moment."

The Seminoles got off to an exceptionally fast start and won the doubles point for the 15th time this season.

"Today was a really good day," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The girls were ready, they were relentless, they were one hundred percent prepared and they came out here and dominated from doubles on."

Schippers and junior Gabriella Castaneda wasted no time taking down Notre Dame's Brooke Broda/Allison Miller 6-2 on court three.

The Noles were up through both matches on courts one and two, but Mary Closs/Monica Robinson forced a tiebreak with sophomore Julia Mikulski and freshman Andrea Garcia on court one. Mikulski and Garcia, who seem to thrive in tiebreak situations, did not surrender a point en route to the 7-6(0) clinch of the doubles point.

Much like in doubles, Florida State jumped out in front in singles play, taking the first sets on courts one, four, five, and six.

Garcia was the first to clinch, taking down Mary Closs 6-2, 6-0 in just over half an hour.

With a 2-0 lead and first set wins on four courts, the Seminoles had full control of the match as sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Notre Dame's Rachel Chong 6-1, 6-4 on court three to give Florida State all the momentum and all but seal the match.

In a race between Castaneda and Schippers, it was the senior who was able to clinch the match first. The Guatemala City, Guatemala native defeated Spence in straight sets to clinch the shutout victory for the Seminoles.

"The girls fought really hard- we've been working really hard for this moment for a long time now," Schippers said. "I think that this is the best time to be going up (as a team)."

The match was the third nationally-televised match of the season for Florida State, following February 21 at Miami and a 4-0 win at Louisville.

The shutout victories on the day were the sixth and seventh matches this season in which the Seminoles did not allow the other team to record a point.

Florida A&M

Following the dominant win over Notre Dame, the Seminoles welcomed the Florida A&M Rattlers to the Speicher courts. The match began with singles and was played to clinch, as the the Noles took the match going away 5-0 to win six consecutive matches for the first time since the 2011 dual match season.

With the two dominant victories today, the Seminoles have put themselves in an excellent position with just two weekends left to play in the regular season.

No. 47 Florida State 5, Florida A&M 0
Singles
No. 1: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Olivia Rolle (FAMU) 6-1, 2-1 dnf
No. 2: #105 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Arrice Robinson (FAMU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 3: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Dominique Henry (FAMU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 4: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Karen Machisa (FAMU) 6-0, 6-2
No. 5: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Sophia Osabouhein (FAMU) 6-2, 6-0
No. 6: Gabrielle Goldin (FSU) d. Elizabeth Clayton (FAMU) 6-0, 6-0


CLEMSON 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
04/16/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Rally Falls Short vs. Clemson.
Senior Daniela Schippers finished the weekend unbeaten with a straight set singles win on Senior Day on Sunday.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The No. 47 Florida State women’s tennis team (14-9, 6-6 ACC) saw a six-match winning streak snapped by the No. 46 Clemson Tigers (10-11, 5-7 ACC) by the score of 5-2 on Sunday afternoon at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

The six-match streak of consecutive wins was the longest such streak in six seasons, since a six-match streak of non-conference wins in 2011.

“It was a good fight up and down the line, just too little too late,” Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. “We didn’t play quite as well as did on Friday (in the win over Notre Dame), not quite as sharp finishing as did on Friday. Credit to Clemson, they came out and competed unbelievably hard and never let up.”

Before the match, the team’s lone senior, Daniela Schippers, and her family recognized as part of Senior Day festivities. Florida State’s tennis programs traditionally play the national anthem and fly the flag of the home country of the student athlete, so the Guatemala national anthem was played before the match.

“We’re happy for Dany to finish her career with her last home match being a victory,” Hyde said. “That’s exactly what you want as a senior and she did a great job of staying poised and just hanging around in her match today. That’s what it required and I’m really happy for her to finish her career here at home with a win.”

For the match, the Tigers gained the upper hand in doubles, as No. 31 Marie Leduc/Ayan Broomfield defeated sophomore Julia Mikulski and Andrea Garcia 6-3 and Constanza Gorches/Sydney Riley bested sophomore Ariana Rahmanparast and freshman Nandini Das 6-4 to grab the doubles point.

In singles play, the Seminoles got out to a better start, winning three of the six first sets. While the Noles put up a lot of fight, Clemson was able to clinch the match at 4-0 with wins on courts six, three, and two.

On Senior Day, it would be Daniela Schippers to register the first point for Florida State as she defeated Riley 6-4, 6-3 in straight sets to cap off her career at home.

Garcia, the young freshman playing on court five, also took care of business in a tight match, coming back from down 0-4 to win the first set 7-5(4) in a tiebreak, capping off the win 7-6(5), 6-4 over Clemson’s Daniela Ruiz in the second set to put the score at 4-2.

In the last match to finish, junior Gabriella Castaneda and Leduc battled to a third set tiebreak. Castaneda fell behind early but able to grab a 9-8 lead in the ten-point tiebreak, only to fall 2-6, 6-2, 12-10 to conclude the match on court one.

No. 46 Clemson 5, No. 47 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: #31 Ayan Broomfield (CU) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3
No. 2: Constanza Gorches/Sydney Riley (CU) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-4
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Fernanda Navarro/Daniela Ruiz (CU) 3-5 dnf
Singles
No. 1: Marie Leduc (CU) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 1-0(10)
No. 2: #83 Ayan Broomfield (CU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 3: Fernanda Navarro (CU) d. #105 Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-1, 6-4
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Sydney Riley (CU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Daniela Ruiz (CU) 7-6(4), 6-4
No. 6: Constanza Gorches (CU) d. Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-1, 6-3


VIRGINIA 4, FLORIDA STATE 3
04/21/2017, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Drops Heartbreaker 4-3 at Virginia.
The Seminoles conclude regular season Sunday at Virginia Tech.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - The No. 42 Florida State women's tennis team (14-10, 6-7 ACC) fell in a heartbreaking fashion to the No. 43 Virginia Cavaliers (10-11, 7-6 ACC) by the score of 4-3 on Friday afternoon at the Snyder Tennis Center.

The match was close from the start, as the doubles point came down to a tiebreak on court three. Junior Gabriella Castaneda and senior Daniela Schippers battled back and forth with Virginia's Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic, and prevailed 7-6(6) to maintain a perfect record on the year (13-0 in doubles play) and clinch the doubles point for Florida State.

In singles, the nationally-ranked Seminoles jumped out to an early lead, as sophomore Arian Rahmanparast took down Favero 6-4, 6-2 on court six and No. 109 sophomore Julia Mikulski defeated Meghan Kelly 6-1, 6-3 to give the Noles a 3-0 lead. The win was Rahmaparast's 13th singles victory of the season, most on the team.

Playing at the one spot at the top of lineup, freshman Nandini Das fought hard against No. 49 Rosie Johanson, but fell 6-4, 6-3. With momentum on their side, the Cavaliers were able to capitalize with wins on two and four to even the match at 3-3.

On court five, freshman Andrea Garcia took the first set 6-2 over Radosavljevic and battled throughout, but was unable to come up with the win, falling 6-2, 4-6, 2-6 to decide the match and give Virginia the 4-3 victory.

No. 43 Virginia 4, No. 42 Florida State 3
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. #33 Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer (UVa) 6-4
No. 2: Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley (UVa) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-2
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic (UVa) 7-6(6)
Singles
No. 1: #49 Rosie Johanson (UVa) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 2: #118 Cassie Mercer (UVa) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-2, 6-4
No. 3: #109 Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. Meghan Kelley (UVa) 6-1, 6-3
No. 4: Chloe Gullickson (UVa) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 6-1
No. 5: Teodora Radosavljevic (UVa) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 2-6, 6-4, 6-2
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Camille Favero (UVa) 6-4, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 4, VIRGINIA TECH 3
04/23/2017, BLACKSBURG, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Defeats VT 4-3, Will Rematch Virginia in ACC Championship Thursday.
The Seminoles finish regular season with a 15-10 record, earn No. 9 seed into ACC Championship.

BLACKSBURG, VA - The No. 42 Florida State women's tennis team (15-10, 7-7 ACC) rebounded from Friday's loss to defeat the Virginia Tech Hokies (11-12, 4-10 ACC) 4-3 on Sunday afternoon to end the 2017 regular season on a high note.

For the second time in as many weeks, senior Daniela Schippers clinched a pivotal conference victory for the Noles. With the match tied at 3-3, Schippers recovered from down a set to defeat Tech's Caroline Daxhelet 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 on court four to clinch the thrilling 4-3 Florida State win.

"In singles we knew it was going to come down to the very end," Schippers said. "I had a slow start, but as soon as I noticed that it was going to come down to my match I just stepped up my game."

Much like last match against Virginia, the Seminoles were able to jump out to a 1-0 lead by taking the doubles point.

Julia Mikulski/Andrea Garcia earned a strong ranked win over No. 61 Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato, and Ariana Rahmanparast/Nandini Das defeated Natalie Novotna/Elena Cerezo-Codina 6-2 to clinch the point. Schippers and Gabriella Castaneda suffered their first doubles loss of the season, a 6-4 defeat at the hands of VT's Sansitha Nandakumar/Luisa Uscocovich on court three.

Garcia was first off court for the Seminoles in singles play, sweeping Nandakumar 6-1, 6-1 on court five to give FSU a 2-0 lead.

No. 109 Mikulski fell to Cerezo-Codina on court three, but Rahmanparast put Florida State up 3-1 with a 6-3, 6-3 straight set victory over Katherine Butler on court six.

The Hokies were able to come back and get wins on courts one and two, which knotted the score at 3-3 with Schippers and Daxhelet headed to third set on court four. Schippers went up 4-1 in the deciding set and put Daxhelet away 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 to clinch the Seminole victory.

"Dany continues to like to have the weight on her shoulders," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The match went exactly how we thought it was going to go and Dany was unbelievably poised and relentless against a very good player for VT. I am very happy for Dany to carry the moment for this team in a pivotal match for the season."

This resilient Noles team fell in a very similar match on Friday night, losing 4-3 at Virginia with the final and deciding court going to a third set, and used that experience to their advantage on Sunday.

"It was pretty heartbreaking (losing 4-3 to Virginia) on Friday," Schippers said. "I couldn't get my singles win there, and I just didn't want a repeat of that. We wanted to put ourselves in a good position to end the regular season."

No. 42 Florida State 4, Virginia Tech 3
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. #61 Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato (VT) 6-2
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Elena Cerezo-Codina/Natalie Novotna (VT) 6-2
No. 3: Sansitha Nandakumar/Luisa Uscocovich (VT) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-4
Singles
No. 1: #102 Francesca Fusinato (VT) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 2: #84 Natalie Novotna (VT) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 3: Elena Cerezo-Codina (VT) d. #109 Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Caroline Daxhelet (VT) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Sansitha Nandakumar (VT) 6-1, 6-1
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Katherine Butler (VT) 6-3, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 4, VIRGINIA 2
04/27/2017, ACC, Rome, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Earns Redemption vs. Cavaliers in ACC Championships.
The Seminoles avenge last week's loss with a 4-2 victory in the second round of ACC Championship play.

ROME, GA - The No. 41 Florida State women's tennis team (16-10, 8-7 ACC) battled past the No. 42 Virginia Cavaliers (11-13) 4-2 to advance to the quarterfinal round of the ACC Women's Tennis Championships at the Rome Tennis Center.

"It doesn't get much better than this," Florida State head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "To lose to Virginia in a really tight 4-3 match less than a week ago, and to turn around and put ourselves in position to redeem ourselves and how we responded to that was epic."

The match was delayed five and half hours due to rain throughout the morning and early afternoon, but at around 6:30 p.m. the players finally took to the courts.

The doubles point came down to the final court, but the Seminoles were able to prevail with a close 7-5 victory on court two as Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast defeated Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelly.

In singles play, a pair of Seminoles in the bottom half of the lineup got the off the court quickly to give Florida State a 3-0 lead.

Rahmanparast was first off the court, with a dominating 6-1, 6-1 sweep of UVA's Hunter Bleser on court six.

Daniela Schippers quickly followed with a 6-4, 6-2 defeat of Chloe Gullickson on court four to put the Seminoles up 3-0.

No. 113 Julia Mikulski fell 6-3, 6-1 on court three to put the Cavaliers on the board at 3-1.

Gabriella Castaneda fought hard on court one, but fell 7-5, 6-4 at the top of the lineup to put the score at 3-2.

Both Andrea Garcia and Nandini Das each went to a third set as the sun set at the Rome Tennis Center and the match finished under the lights.

With the added pressure of both teams them on, Garcia dug deep and blew by Teodora Radosavljevic in the third set to clinch the court and the match 6-0, 3-6, 6-2 on court five.

Das trailed in the third set 3-6, 6-2, 2-4 when the Noles clinched the 4-2 victory.

With the win today, the Noles have greatly helped their chances to be selected for a bid into the NCAA Championships, which will be announced after the conference champions have been determined.

"We've been taking baby steps, little bites all season long, we've taken a couple on the chin, but the one thing this team has not stopped doing is they have not stopped competing for a second," Hyde said. "As it showed tonight, when we have that mentality and have that mindset, we can do anything. It's coming at the right time of the year."

Head Coach Jennifer Hyde "It doesn't get much better than this. To lose to Virginia in a really tight 4-3 match less than a week ago, and to turn around and put ourselves in position to redeem ourselves and how we responded to that was epic.

I think we didn't really talk about it out loud, but everybody knew that this was the match we needed to put ourselves back in the NCAA Championships. I am so proud of the poise and the competitiveness that this team brought today. It required everything we had, and that's exactly what we gave.

We've been taking baby steps, little bites all season long, we've taken a couple on the chin, but the one thing this team has not stopped doing is they have not stopped competing for a second. As it showed tonight, when we have that mentality and have that mindset, we can do anything. It's coming at the right time of the year."

No. 41 Florida State 4, No. 42 Virginia 2
Doubles
No. 1: #44 Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer (UVa) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Rosie Johanson/Meghan Kelley (UVa) 7-5
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Camille Favero/Teodora Radosavljevic (UVa) 6-2
Singles
No. 1: #56 Rosie Johanson (UVa) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 7-5, 6-4
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) vs. Cassie Mercer (UVa) 3-6, 6-2, 4-2 dnf
No. 3: Meghan Kelley (UVa) d. #113 Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Chloe Gullickson (UVa) 6-4, 6-2
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) d. Theodora Radosavljevic (UVa) 6-0, 3-6, 6-2
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Hunter Bleser (UVa) 6-1, 6-1


NORTH CAROLINA 4, FLORIDA STATE 1
04/28/2017, ACC, Rome, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Start Strong, Fall to No. 5 North Carolina in ACC Quarterfinals.
The Seminoles won the doubles point and played hard through singles, but could not come up with the win in the ACC Championship.

ROME, GA - The No. 41 Florida State women's tennis team (16-11, 8-7 ACC) took the doubles point but were unable to come up with the victory in a 4-1 loss to No. 5 North Carolina (28-2, 14-1 ACC) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship at the Rome Tennis Center on Friday afternoon.

The Seminoles came out swinging in doubles and bested the Tar Heels on court two and three to claim the doubles point, just the fifth time the Heels have conceeded the doubles point all year. Florida State has now won 17 doubles points on the year.

North Carolina's top pair of Hayley Carter/Jessie Aney, the top-ranked doubles point in the country won on court one, but the Seminole pair of Ariana Rahmanparast/Nandini Das took court two 6-4.

The doubles point came down to court three, where Daniela Schippers and Gabriella Castaneda defeated North Carolina's Sara Daavettila/Makenna Jones 7-5 to take a 1-0 lead.

In singles, No. 113 Julia Mikulski took the first set 6-4 over No. 32 Aney, and Andrea Garcia won a first set tiebreak 7-6(6) over No. 97 Makenna Jones on court five.

The Seminoles continued to battle, as Castaneda took Carter, the ACC Player of the Year and No. 2 player in the nation, 7-5 in the second set. Schippers and Das also fought hard, falling 7-5 in the second sets as UNC went up 3-1 in singles play.

Both Schippers and Castaneda lead 5-3 in the second sets, but were unable to capitalize as North Carolina went on to clinch the courts.

By that time, Mikulski and Rahmanparast were in third sets as Rahmanparast took the second set tiebreak 7-6(5) to extend the match.

Eventually, the Tar Heels were able to pull away in the third, clinching the match 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 on court three.

Head Coach Jennifer Hyde

"Once again we came out and battled unbelievably hard. Getting that doubles point was critical and we had a lead there at number three to clinch it, just battled. We've talked so much the last couple days about just holding on and hanging around, and every single court did today. Every single court we battled and if you look at the scores, every match was tight and there was a lot of points that could have gone either way. They were just a little bit better.

I think we competed as good as we did against Virginia the other day and as good as we continue to bring that every time we compete. The controllables that we have are how we compete and our attitudes and they are absolutely dominating that right now and I couldn't be more proud of them for that."

No. 5 North Carolina 4, No. 41 Florida State 1
Doubles
No. 1: #1 Jessie Aney/Hayley Carter (UNC) d. Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-0
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Alexa Graham/Cassandra Vazquez (UNC) 6-4
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. Sara Daavettila/Makenna Jones (UNC) 7-5
Singles
No. 1: #2 Hayley Carter (UNC) d. Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) 6-2, 7-5
No. 2: #15 Sara Daavettila (UNC) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-1, 7-5
No. 3: #32 Jessie Aney (UNC) d. #113 Julia Mikulski (FSU) 4-6, 6-1, 6-2
No. 4: #66 Alexa Graham (UNC) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-1, 7-5
No. 5: Andrea Garcia (FSU) vs. #97 Makenna Jones (UNC) 7-6(6), 5-4 dnf
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) vs. Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (UNC) 2-6, 7-6(5), 2-5 dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, ARIZONA STATE 2
05/12/2017, NCAA, Auburn, Al

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Upsets No. 26 Arizona State to Advance to NCAA Second Round.
Florida State earned three ranked wins in the 4-2 victory over No. 26 Arizona State.

AUBURN, AL - The No. 37 Florida State women's tennis team (17-11, 8-7 ACC) upset the No. 26 Arizona State Sun Devils (14-8, 7-3 Pac-12) 4-2 on Friday afternoon at the Yarbrough Tennis Center to advance to the second round of the NCAA Championship.

The doubles point came down to a tiebreak on court one, in which Julia Mikulski and Andrea Garcia cruised in the tiebreak to win 7-6(7-1) victory to clinch the doubles point over No. 68 Nicole Fossa-Huergo/Alexandra Osborne of Arizona State. Mikulski/Garcia surrendered a 5-0 lead but were able to rally to clinch the point.

On court two doubles, Nandini Das and Ariana Rahmanparast were locked in a battle the whole set, but pulled away to win 6-4. Daniela Schippers and Gabriella Castaneda suffered just their second doubles loss of the season 2-6 on court three.

In singles play, Castaneda and Das jumped out to set leads on courts one and two over ranked opponents for the Sun Devils to help take control of the match.

Arizona State took a 2-1 lead with wins on court three and five, but the Seminoles did not waver as the courts began to close out.

On court one, Castaneda earned her 50th-career singles victory, defeating No. 50 Kassidy Jump 6-2, 7-6(6) in a second set tiebreak to draw the match even at 2-2.

Das followed with a second set tiebreak of her own, defeating No. 108 Sammi Hampton 6-3, 7-6(4) to give the Seminoles a 3-2 lead. The victory is the first career ITA-ranked singles win for the freshman who has played well on court two all season long.

With the lead in hand, Rahmanparast lead 5-2 in the second set looking to clinch the match. ASU's Gussie O'Sullivan fought back to close the set at 5-4, but Rahmanparast held steady to win 7-5, 6-4 to clinch the team's first NCAA win in three seasons.

Schippers trailed Nicole Fossa-Huergo 4-6, 6-3, 5-3 in the third set on court four when Florida State clinched the 4-2 victory.

The win marks Florida State's first in the NCAA Championship since the 2014 season, when the Seminoles upset the Arizona Wildcats in the opening round of the tournament. The Seminoles have the made the tournament nine of the last 11 seasons, including eight in a row from 2007-2014 under head coach Jennifer Hyde, Florida State's all-time winningest coach.

Head coach Jennifer Hyde

"It was a complete team effort today. The thing with this team is that when we're in a situation when we're competing, we're unbelievably dangerous. When we're in pressure situations, we're unbelievably dangerous, and we've been in pressure situations for the last two and half months. To have our backs against the wall is very common and we're comfortable with it. Not only are they comfortable with it, they thrive in that setting. I just couldn't be more proud of them- it was a complete team effort."

"It feels really good to advance- beating anyone is a great day at the office, but to knock off an esteemed program like Arizona State who has been in this tournament 35 years straight speaks volumes for the state of our program and for these young ladies who have just given everything in them. I've been telling them, 'all it takes is all you've got,' and they left it all out there today. I just couldn't be more proud."

Senior Daniela Schippers

"I think that the girls were just amazing competitors today. From doubles on, they were enjoying the moment and they were present. They just competed hard. There were so many hurdles that were passed today. It was huge for Gabby- she has had a hard season with injuries and everything, and she was just amazing at the top spot. I'm incredibly happy for her because that's just so big. She stuck around all season and she came through in the biggest match so far."

"Nandini also pulled through in the tiebreak. There were such tough matches and we just outcompeted them. Arizona State has really good players. Even the spots that we lost, we were competing hard. Ariana is such a solid spot for us, she's consistent and she did a great job (clinching the match.) Me personally, I think they trust me to hang in there. I think if I was needed, I would've done my best to pull through. The team had each other's back today and were competitors."

No. 37 Florida State 4, No. 26 Arizona State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. #68 Nicole Fosa-Huergo/Alexandra Osborne (ASU) 7-6(1)
No. 2: Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Kelley Anderson/Savannah Slaysman (ASU) 6-4
No. 3: Sammi Hampton/Kassidy Jump (ASU) d. Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) 6-2
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) d. #50 Kassidy Jump (ASU) 6-2, 7-6(6)
No. 2: Nandini Das (FSU) d. #108 Sammi Hampton (ASU) 6-3, 7-6(4)
No. 3: #124 Kelley Anderson (ASU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 4: Daniela Schippers (FSU) vs. Nicole Fossa-Huergo (ASU) 4-6, 6-3, 3-5 dnf
No. 5: Savannah Slaysman (ASU) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 6-2, 7-6(3)
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Gussie O'Sullivan (ASU) 7-5, 6-4


AUBURN 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
05/13/2017, AUBURN, AL, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Women's Tennis Season Ends at No. 11 Auburn in NCAA Second Round.
Florida State's season falls just shy of second NCAA Round of 16 in program history.

AUBURN, AL - The No. 37 Florida State women's tennis team came up just short of advancing to the NCAA Round of 16, falling 4-2 to the No. 11 Auburn Tigers (25-10, 5-8 SEC) in the second round of the NCAA Championship on Saturday afternoon at the Yarbrough Tennis Center. The Seminoles end the year with a 17-12 record, the most wins in a season since 2009.

For the second straight match, the doubles point came down to a tiebreak on court one. While this time the tiebreak was a little more competitive, Julia Mikulski and Andrea Garcia toughed out a 7-6(8-6) victory over Auburn's No. 14 Alizee Michaud/Taylor Russoto clinch the doubles point. The victory is the highest-ranked win and the third ranked doubles win on the year for the pair.

On court three doubles, Gabriella Castaneda and Daniela Schippers earned their 16th doubles victory as a pair this season 7-5 over No. 64 Georgie Axon/Caroline Turner, while Nandini Das and Ariana Rahmanparast suffered a rare loss 6-4 on court two.

In singles, the Seminoles continued to press the Tigers, taking first set leads on courts one, three, five, and six.

On their home courts, the Auburn team was able to rally from the early deficit and eventually turn the tide later in the match.

After trading points on courts two and six to put the Seminoles up 2-1, Auburn's No. 155 Taylor Russo defeated Mikulski 2-6, 6-1, 6-1 on court three to tie the match at 2-2.

The pivotal point the match came on court one, with Castaneda leading by a set and locked in a second set with No. 17 Alizee Michaud.

Michaud went up 3-0 in the tiebreak, but Castaneda battled back to even it up. The two traded points all the way to 8-8, but Michaud was able to take the set 7-6(8) to prevent Florida State from taking a 3-2 lead.

After holding off match point on court one, Auburn's Alannah Griffin defeated Garcia in a third set on court five 2-6, 6-2, 6-3.

Schippers lead 5-3 in the second set on court four, but fell 7-5, 7-5 on court four to end the match at 4-2.

The team fought has hard in this match as they have all season long, taking the doubles point and putting themselves in position to win, but it was not to be on the day. Overall, the team ends the year with the most wins in a season under head coach Jennifer Hyde in the last eight seasons, and earned a win in the NCAA Championship First Round after missing out on the tournament each of the last two seasons.

With only one departing senior and returning six total contributors to the lineup, this young team is primed for even more breakthroughs in the 2017-18 campaign.

Head coach Jennifer Hyde

"This team has battled relentlessly all year. I don't think I've been lucky enough to coach a team up and down the line that fights like this. I've had a lot of great teams in the history of the program, but this team is best group of fighters that I've ever been blessed to work with."

"The doubles point was huge- that's twenty doubles points on the year for us. It was incredible."

"I think (the fight) started in doubles and didn't stop until the match was over. They competed unbelievably well again just like they have all semester. This team knows that when they are competing together they are nearly unstoppable. Today we just came up a little short against Auburn."

No. 11 Auburn 4, No. 37 Florida State 2
Doubles
No. 1: Andrea Garcia/Julia Mikulski (FSU) d. #14 Alizee Michaud/Taylor Russo (AU) 7-6(6)
No. 2: Andie Dikosavljevic/Alannah Griffin (AU) d. Nandini Das/Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) 6-4
No. 3: Gabriella Castaneda/Daniela Schippers (FSU) d. #64 Georgie Axon/Caroline Turner (AU) 7-5
Singles
No. 1: Gabriella Castaneda (FSU) vs. #17 Alizee Michaud (AU) 6-3, 6-7(8), 0-2 dnf
No. 2: #29 Andi Dikosavljevic (AU) d. Nandini Das (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 3: #115 Taylor Russo (AU) d. Julia Mikulski (FSU) 2-6, 6-1, 6-1
No. 4: Georgie Axon (AU) d. Daniela Schippers (FSU) 7-5, 7-5
No. 5: Alannah Griffin (AU) d. Andrea Garcia (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 6-3
No. 6: Ariana Rahmanparast (FSU) d. Caroline Turner (AU) 6-3, 6-2