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Texas A&M's No. 3 Goldsmith-Makarova to play in ITA National Fall Championships
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Texas A&M's No. 3 Goldsmith-Makarova to play in ITA National Fall Championships

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Texas A&M’s third-ranked women’s doubles team of Jayci Goldsmith and Tatiana Makarova will begin competition at the ITA National Fall Championships at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego on Thursday. The Aggies will face Ohio State’s Sydni Ratliff and Irina Cantos Siemers in the first round of the 32-team draw at 7 p.m. The tournament runs through Sunday.

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Texas A&M’s sixth-ranked Jayci Goldsmith and Tatiana Makarova lost to Oklahoma State’s No. 12 Ayumi Miyamoto and Lisa Marie Rioux 6-3, 7-6 (3) in the women’s doubles quarterfinals at the NCAA Tennis Championships on Thursday.

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The Texas A&M women’s team finished the season ranked seventh in the final ITA rankings of the year. A&M also finished fifth in the final Tennis Channel/USTA rankings. The Aggies went 33-2, won the Southeastern Conference regular season and tournament titles and reached the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament. They set a school record for victories in a single season and swept the conference titles for the first time.

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Texas A&M’s sixth-ranked Jayci Goldsmith and Tatiana Makarova beat Tulane’s No. 31 Charlotte Russell and Lahari Yelamanchili 6-2, 6-2 in the women’s doubles round of 16 on Wednesday at the NCAA Championships. The Aggies advance to face Oklahoma State’s No. 12 Ayumi Miyamoto and Lisa Marie Rioux in the quarterfinals Thursday at a time to be determined. Goldsmith and Makarova also reached the quarterfinals last season.

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URBANA, Ill. — The seventh-seeded Texas A&M women’s tennis team lost the doubles point, then rallied to take the lead twice in singles, but second-seeded Oklahoma won the last match standing to seal a 4-3 victory in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Championships on Thursday at the Atkins Tennis Center.

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Texas A&M’s tennis Carson Branstine, Jayci Goldsmith and Tatiana Makarova will compete in the NCAA Tennis Championships this week at the University of Illinois’ Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex.

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Texas A&M men’s Noah Schachter and Kenner Taylor will compete in the NCAA Tennis Championships this week at the University of Illinois’ Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex.

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