After sweeping the first two rounds at home, No. 4 seed UCLA women’s tennis will begin its Orlando run of the NCAA tournament against No. 13 seed Georgia Tech on Sunday, marking part of the first and final tournament senior Vivian Wolff will play for the Bruins. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin staff)
The Bruins have an opportunity to avenge a former NCAA tournament loss.
No. 4 seed UCLA women’s tennis (21-4, 10-0 Pac-12) will face off against No.
With a pair of regional sweeps, the Bruins have secured a ticket to Orlando, Florida.
No. 4 seed UCLA women’s tennis (21-4, 10-0 Pac-12) swept both Grand Canyon (12-9, 6-0 Western Athletic Conference) and Texas Tech (16-9, 6-3 Big 12) by scores of 4-0 in rounds one and two of the NCAA tournament over the weekend at the Los Angeles Tennis Center, advancing to its third-straight trip to the Sweet Sixteen.
This post was updated April 26 at 10:15 p.m.
While the Bruins advanced to the final round of the Pac-12 tournament, they will have to wait at least another year before they can call themselves conference tournament champions.
While they were the conference victors in the regular season, the Bruins still have one more step to go before calling themselves the conference champions.
As the top seed with a first-round bye, No.
The Bruins hadn’t played a match in 10 months because of a shortened COVID-19 season in 2020 and a delayed start to the 2021 season.
Upon finally returning to play, they lost junior Elysia Bolton for six matches a month into the season because of a severe ankle sprain.
Men’s tennisJoel Kepes, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will travel north to match up against the one team that boasts a better conference record.
No. 34 UCLA men’s tennis (11-3, 4-1 Pac-12) will square off against No.
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