Women’s Tennis to Host CC First Round

Women’s Tennis to Host CC First Round

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Tuesday, April 30 - Lancaster, Pa.
First Round - No. 5 Gettysburg at No. 4 Franklin & Marshall - 4:00 PM

Saturday, May 4 - Baltimore, Md.
Semifinal 1 - No. 4/5 Winner at No. 1 Hopkins - 11:00 AM

Saturday, May 4 - Swarthmore, Pa.
Semifinal 2 - No. 3 Haverford vs. No. 2 Swarthmore - 11:00 AM

Sunday, May 5 - Baltimore, Md.
Championship - Semifinal Winners - 3:00 PM

CC Tournament History

Franklin & Marshall has won 13 conference championships dating back to 1985 but has yet to win a tournament match since the current format was adopted in 2006. The Diplomats make a return to the Playoffs for the sixth straight season, after falling to Washington by a 5-1 tally in last year's Centennial Semifinals. 

F&M last won the championship in 2000, capping off a run of eight straight titles. 

Team Championships

Johns Hopkins 12, Franklin & Marshall 7, Swarthmore 5, Muhlenberg 2, Gettysburg 1, Washington College 1

A Look at the Field 

No. 1 seed Johns Hopkins enters the tournament looking for its 13th consecutive championship. Swarthmore (No. 2) is seeking its sixth CC Title, and first since 2006, while Haverford has never claimed a CC Crown. Gettysburg qualified for its first CC Tournament since the adoption of the current format in 2006. 

In the Rankings

Johns Hopkins is ranked No. 14 in the nation while Swarthmore is No. 25. Regionally, the Centennial is represented by three institutions as Hopkins (No. 3), Swarthmore (No. 5), and Haverford (No. 14) all appear on the list.

The Projected Lineup 

No. 1 Singles – Allison Wolters

Wolters enters competition on a five-match winning streak and with wins in eight of her previous 10 contests. She holds a 10-5 overall record during her senior year with a stout 8-1 mark in Centennial action.

No. 2 Singles – Gavriel Rubenstein

Rubenstein has won her last two singles matches and has accumulated a 4-10 record at the No. 2 spot in the lineup.

No. 3 Singles – Emma Wu 

Wu is 9-6 overall on the season and is 6-3 in CC play. She has won two in a row and seven of her last 10 matchups. 

No. 4 Singles – Lauren Wang

Wang is 5-5 overall with a 5-4 CC mark.

No. 5 Singles – Alex D'Angelo 

D'Angelo is tied for the team in singles wins with a 10-5 record between the No.'s 4-5 spots in the order. She is 8-2 against Conference opponents and has won eight of her last 10 contests.

No. 6 Singles – Marissa Witmer

Witmer is 6-7 overall on the year with a 5-4 record in CC competition. She has won six of her previous 10 matches. 

A Look at Doubles 

The No. 1 duo of Allison Wolters and Gavriel Rubenstein enters the CC Tournament with an 11-7 overall record, including a 7-3 mark in CC play. The pair has won seven out of their last 10.

Emma Wu and Lauren Wang are 4-5 when competing at the No. 2 spot in the doubles lineup and enter as winners of two straight.

Marissa Witmer and Caroline Ulrich have teamed up to collect an impressive 4-1 mark at No. 3 doubles.