No. 7 Georgia Back In Action
Seventh-ranked Georgia (13-2, 3-1 SEC) continues SEC play Friday at 1 p.m. ET at Arkansas. The 37th-ranked Razorbacks are 8-6 overall, 1-3 in the SEC.
Like Georgia, they were off last week on Spring Break. On Sunday, Georgia returns home to play host to No. 49 LSU (9-6, 2-2 SEC). The Tigers face No. 12 Tennessee on Friday.
Fast Facts on The Bulldogs
*Georgia is 66-20 (.767%) in dual singles matches this year and 32-9 (.780) in doubles.
*The Bulldogs are 12-0 when they win the doubles point and 1-2 when they do not.
*Georgia dopped the doubles to No. 13 Ga. Tech and came back for a 4-3 victory while it lost the
point and the match to No. 7 California 4-0 and No. 15 Florida 4-3.
*The Bulldogs are 8-1 at home this season, 3-0 on the road and 2-1 at neutral sites.
*Head coach Jeff Wallace is in his 27th season with a record of 572-143.
Latest ITA Rankings
Georgia checks in at No. 7 this week. When they last hit the courts, it was in Mississippi.
Georgia blanked Mississippi State 7-0 and beat #25 Ole Miss 5-2.
Four Bulldogs are in the top 75 in singles plus one doubles team is in the top 10. Senior
Chelsey Gullickson is ranked No. 8 with a 24-7 record. Sophomore Maho Kowase, who is
17-5, checks in at No. 40. Freshman Lauren Herring leads the team with a 25-6 record and is
ranked No. 51. Sophomore Kate Fuller, who is 23-8, is ranked No. 69.
In doubles, Gullickson and senior Nadja Gilchrist are ranked No. 8 with an 18-5 mark.
Georgia’s other top doubles teams are Fuller/Herring and Kowase and sophomore Lilly Kimbell.
The Fuller/Herring team owns a 23-11 record while Kowase/Kimbell is 13-2 with an 11-match winning streak.