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Texas A&M women's tennis team earns No. 10 seed in NCAA tournament

Texas A&M women's tennis team earns No. 10 seed in NCAA tournament

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The Texas A&M women’s tennis team earned a No. 10 seed at the NCAA women’s tennis championship and will face Drake in the first round at the Vandy Christie Tennis Center in Evanston, Illinois on Friday with a time to be determined.

The Aggies (19-7) will make their 21st consecutive and 26th overall NCAA appearance. Drake went 11-8 overall and 2-3 in the Missouri Valley Conference. The winner will play either Northwestern or Xavier on Saturday.

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Texas A&M’s Carlos Aguilar, Hady Habib and Valentin Vacherot will play in singles, while Aguilar and Bjorn Thomson will play in doubles at the NCAA Men’s Tennis Championship set for May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida. Habib is seeded third and Vacherot fourth for singles, earning them automatic All-America status.

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Texas A&M’s No. 23 Tatiana Makarova made the field for the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championship in singles, while she and Jayci Goldsmith made the national doubles tournament, the NCAA announced Wednesday. Makarova and Goldsmith are ranked 26th in doubles. The singles and doubles tournaments will follow the team championship and will run from May 23-28 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.

Texas A&M senior Valentin Vacherot was named the Southeastern Conference men’s tennis player of the year, becoming the first Aggie to earn the award Friday. Vacherot also made the All-SEC first team, while Hady Habib and Carlos Aguilar made the second team, and Raphael Perot named the SEC’s All-Freshman team.

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