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Fiona Crawley Falls In NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Final Four

The 2021-22 UNC women's tennis season has come to an end. Sophomore Fiona Crawley was the final competitor remaining at the NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship, but she bowed out admirably in the semifinals after a 6-4, 6-4, loss to Stanford's Connie Ma on Friday at the indoor courts on the campus of the University of Illinois. (GoHeels.com)

Fiona Crawley Reaches NCAA Singles Final Four

Fiona Crawley continued her run through the 2022 Division I NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship with an impressive straight-set victory in Thursday's quarterfinals on the University of Illinois campus. Crawley, who entered the tournament ranked No. 55 in the national singles rankings, won her fourth match of the week without losing a set. (GoHeels.com)

Brian Cernoch's Season Comes To An End In NCAA Men's Tennis Round Of 16

University of North Carolina senior Brian Cernoch's run in the NCAA Singles Championship came to an end Wednesday. Cernoch, ranked No. 33 nationally, lost to sixth-ranked August Holmgren, 6-2, 6-4, on Wednesday afternoon. Previously, Cernoch picked up a big win on Tuesday, beating Jeffrey von der Schulenburg of Virginia in straight sets. (GoHeels.com)

Fiona Crawley Advances To NCAA Singles Elite 8

Fiona Crawley continued her winning ways Wednesday on day three of the NCAA Women's Tennis Singles and Doubles Championships at the University of Illinois. No. 55 Crawley, who has yet to drop a set in three singles matches this week, made No. 49 Kylie Collins of Texas her latest victim. Crawley leads the nation with 46 wins this season. (GoHeels.com)

Brian Cernoch Advances To NCAA Men's Tennis Round Of 16 With Big Win

Brian Cernoch picked up a big win in the NCAA Singles Championship on Tuesday, beating Jeffrey von der Schulenburg of Virginia in straight sets to advance to the Round of 16. Cernoch rallied after trailing, 4-1, in the first set to win, 7-6, then cruised to win the second set, 6-1. Cernoch snapped von der Schulenburg's 15-match singles winning streak. (GoHeels.com)

Crawley, Scotty, Tanguilig Advance To NCAA Women's Tennis Sweet 16

Fiona Crawley, Elizabeth Scotty, and Carson Tanguilig wrapped up straight-set victories within 90 seconds of each other Tuesday in the second round of the NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship at the Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex at the University of Illinois. By virtue of reaching the Round of 16, the UNC trio earns ITA All-America honors. (GoHeels.com)

Brian Cernoch Advances In NCAA Singles Championship

UNC's Brian Cernoch won his initial match in the NCAA Singles Championship on Monday afternoon, advancing to the round of 32 by beating Alexander Hoogmartens of UCLA, 6-1, 6-1. He advances to meet Jeffrey von der Schulenburg of Virginia on Tuesday. Cernoch and doubles partner Mac Kiger also begin play in the Doubles Championship on Tuesday. (GoHeels.com)

3 Tar Heels Advance In NCAA Women's Tennis Championship

Three UNC women's tennis players earned first-round victories on Monday at the 2022 NCAA Singles Championship from the Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex at the University of Illinois. No. 51 Carson Tanguilig had the most impressive win of the three by knocking out No. 4 seed Daria Frayman from Princeton. Fiona Crawley and Elizabeth Scotty also advanced. (GoHeels.com)

Elizabeth Scotty, Connor Maher Earn Academic All-District Honors

Two UNC academic and athletic standouts have earned Academic All-District honors. Conor Maher (men's lacrosse) and Elizabeth Scotty (women's tennis) were named to the District 3 teams, which include student-athletes from North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Both are now candidates for Academic All-America honors, to be announced in June. (GoHeels.com)

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Falls To No. 4 Texas In Final Four

The No. 1 North Carolina women’s tennis team’s season came to an end in the Final Four for the third straight season on Saturday night, as the Tar Heels fell 4-2 to the No. 4 seed and defending national champion Texas. Carolina dropped the doubles point for the first time all tournament and couldn’t make up the difference in the singles portion of the match. (Chapelboro.com)
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