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UNC Women's Tennis Returns To No. 1 In Latest Rankings

Just days removed from winning the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, North Carolina is back at No. 1 in the most recent ITA National Team Rankings, released Thursday. According to the latest rankings, UNC has already defeated No. 2 UCLA, No. 5 NC State, No. 6 Duke, No. 12 Michigan, No. 15 Vanderbilt and No. 18 Arizona State this season. (

Chansky’s Notebook: Tennis Love

Brian Kalbas is still flying under the Carolina blue radar. To win so much at any level, you need great players. And Kalbas has managed to recruit enough of them to make UNC women’s tennis one of the country's elite programs over his 17 years in Chapel Hill. Kalbas has the most wins of any coach in ACC women’s tennis history with a 431-87 record at UNC. (

Benjamin Sigouin Selected as ACC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week

North Carolina junior Benjamin Sigouin was named ACC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week on Tuesday, following a strong performance in the Tar Heels’ 6-0 win over No. 11 TCU this past weekend. Sigouin defeated No. 125 ranked Luc Fomba in straight sets to clinch the team win for UNC. This represents Sigouin’s first ACC Player of the Week honor of the season. (

Elizabeth Scotty Repeats AS ACC Women's Tennis Freshman Of The Week

For the second consecutive week, North Carolina's Elizabeth Scotty has been selected as the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Tennis Freshman of the Week. Scotty and doubles partner Cameron Morra remained unbeaten this season with four victories in successive days to help lead the Tar Heels to the ITA National Team Indoor Championship. (

Sara Daavettila Named Women's Tennis National Player Of The Week

Coming off its ITA National Team Indoor Championship victory Monday, North Carolina's Sara Daavettila was named the ITA Division I Women's Player of the Week. The Tar Heel senior handled three of her opponents in straight sets last weekend in Chicago. Daavettila ranks sixth in UNC women's tennis program history with 121 career singles wins. (

UNC Women's Tennis Wins Fourth ITA Indoor National Championship

North Carolina's domination of the ITA National Women's Team Indoor Championship continued in 2020 by winning its fourth national title in the last eight years with a 4-0 shutout of UCLA on Monday at the XS Tennis Village in Chicago, Illinois. Senior Alexa Graham secured the clinching point to send the Tar Heels into a spirited on-court celebration. (

No. 5 UNC Men's Tennis Sweeps No. 11 TCU, 6-0

Benjamin Sigouin won the clinching match at No. 2 singles to lift the fifth-ranked UNC men's tennis team to its seventh straight win, 6-0, at 11th-ranked TCU on Sunday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. Sigouin beat No. 125 Luc Fomba 7-6 (3), 6-3 to clinch the victory after won his match at No. 1 singles over No. 55 Alastair Gray (

UNC Women's Tennis Sweeps Duke To Reach ITA Indoor Final

The UNC women's tennis team posted a 4-0 shutout of Duke on Sunday to reach the finals of the ITA National Team Indoor Championship for the sixth straight season. The No. 2 seed Tar Heels knocked off the Blue Devils in the semifinals for the third year in a row. The title match at XS Tennis Village in Chicago takes place Monday at noon ET against UCLA. (

No. 2 UNC Women's Tennis Takes Out NC State At ITA Indoors

No. 2 North Carolina Women's Tennis received singles wins from its top three courts to earn a 4-1 victory over No. 8 NC State in the quarterfinals of the ITA National Team Indoor Championship on Saturday at XS Tennis Village in Chicago. The Tar Heels improved to 8-0 on the season. UNC will take on No. 5 Duke on Sunday in the semifinals at 1 p.m. (

UNC Women's Tennis Beats Arizona State At ITA Indoors, NC State Up Next

North Carolina took another step towards its fourth ITA National Team Indoor Championship on Friday with a 4-1 victory over Arizona State. The No. 2 seed Tar Heels (7-0) advance to Saturday's quarterfinal match against No. 7 seed NC State at 1 p.m. ET. Sara Daavetilla clinched the match for the Tar Heels with a 6-4, 6-1 win over Sammi Hampton. (
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