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2004-05 Emory Women's Tennis Headline Archive

(June 30) Carina Alberelli of Emory University has been awarded a $7,500 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

Alberelli is one of 29 female student-athletes in the nation, six of them tennis players, to receive this award for spring sports. Alberelli is one of two Division III tennis players honored with this scholarship.

Alberelli had a 3.52 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) with a double major in sociology and political science.

The senior finished as a four-time All-American. She advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA national singles championship in 2004 and the round of 16 this year.

Alberelli joins Megan Bern (1997) and Margaret Moscato (2004) as one of three Emory tennis players to be awarded the NCAA postgraduate scholarship.

Since the fall of 2000, Emory University student-athletes have been awarded more NCAA postgraduate scholarships (32) than any other school in the nation, just ahead of Stanford University (Calif).

 


(May 31) Carina Alberelli has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District second team. This is the first time she has made the Academic All-District team.

Alberelli was among the 21 student-athletes selected to the first or second team for at-large sports which consists of fencing, golf, gymnastics, ice hockey, lacrosse, rifle, skiing, swimming and diving, tennis, volleyball, water polo and wrestling. Also selected from Emory were swimmers Samantha White and Jamie Lawler, making Emory one of two schools with three honorees.

Alberelli had a 3.52 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) with a double major in sociology and political science. The senior finished as a four-time All-American. She advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA national singles championship in 2004 and the round of 16 this year.

This is the third consecutive year that an Emory women's tennis player has been chosen for the Academic All-District team. Alberelli is the 15th player to be so honored since 1994.

Voting for the Academic All-District team is conducted by the members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) in the states of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. To be eligible, a nominee must be at least a sophomore with a 3.2 GPA and a starter or key reserve on their team. Emory nominees are placed in the "college division" category, which is composed of all NCAA Division II and III and NAIA schools.


(May 21) Carina Alberelli was eliminated in the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III national singles championship.

Alberelli won her opening match (round of 32), against Kelly Glassburn of Ohio Wesleyan, 7-6 (2), 6-3. She then lost to Amy Roche of Middlebury (Vt.), 6-1, 6-0.

Alberelli entered the singles tournament as the No. 6 seed. By virtue of the seed, she earned singles All-America honor for the second consecutive year. She advanced to the singles quarterfinals last season.

Alberelli and Jamie Chan lost their opening match (round of 16) in the NCAA doubles championship. They were beaten, 6-4, 6-3, by Lauren Hom and Kara Smiley of Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.). Last season, Alberelli and her doubles partner Margaret Moscato, since graduated, defeated the same duo in the quarterfinals of the NCAA doubles championship, 7-5, 5-7, 6-4.

 


(May 20) Emory University won its third consecutive NCAA Division III national championship with a 5-3 win against previously unbeaten and top-seeded Washington & Lee University (Va.).

 

Emory becomes the first Division III school ever to win three consecutive national women's team titles. The feat has been accomplished once in Division I and three times in Division II.

This is Emory's fourth national championship overall, tying a Division III record it shares with California-San Diego, who later switched affiliation to NCAA Division II. Emory won its first national title in 1996. The Eagles also tie UC-San Diego for the record for most wins all-time (30) in the NCAA Division III team championship.

Emory Coach Amy Smith has had a hand in all four national titles. She coached the last three championships and played No. 1 singles for the 1996 national champions. Smith holds the distinction of being the first female, in any NCAA division, to win the national team title as a player and coach.

Emory replaced three of its six singles players from the team that won the national title last season. All three replacements were freshmen.

Freshman Indu Anand was a perfect 6-0 in singles and doubles combined this week in the NCAA tournament. She recorded the clinching point in the semifinal win against Amherst (Mass.). She did not drop a set in any of her singles matches.

Jamie Chan also was undefeated this week, going 6-0 in singles and doubles. Chan did not drop a set and only lost 10 games combined in three singles matches against the No. 2, 3, and 10 ranked teams in the nation. She clinched the deciding point in Emory's close 5-3 win against Rhodes (Tenn.) in the round of 16.

Today, Emory won two of the three doubles matches, including a 9-8 (3) win by the No. 1 doubles duo of Carina Alberelli and Chan.

Anand and Chan won their singles matches to put Emory within a point of the national title. The championship point was delivered by sophomore Richelle Marasigan, who won at No. 2 singles, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.

This is the third time Emory has beaten Washington & Lee in the NCAA finals. The other two were 1996 and 2003. The last time the national finals were held in Kalamazoo, site of this year's tournament, was 1996 when Emory beat W&L for the title.

Emory finishes with a 20-3 record, its third consecutive 20-win season, fifth in school history. The others were 1996 and 1997.

Emory was 13-1 this season against national top-25 teams in Division III. Its only loss was 5-4 to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.), the No. 11 team in the nation March 27. That came at the end of a stretch of five matches in four days against national top-20 teams, one in which Emory rested one of its regular singles players and had three players slotted higher than usual in the singles lineup.

Emory graduates two seniors, Alberelli and Lindsay Tiemeyer. Alberelli competes in the NCAA individual championships starting Saturday. Tiemeyer was 7-1 at No. 3 doubles with Anand this season, including a perfect 3-0 this week.


(May 19) Emory University advanced to the finals of the NCAA Division III national championship with a 5-3 win against Amherst College (Mass.). Emory plays in the finals Friday against top-seeded Washington & Lee University (Va.).

This is the fourth consecutive year, all under Coach Amy Smith, that the Eagles (19-3) have reached the national championship match. The Eagles are aiming to be the first team ever to win three consecutive Division III national titles.

Emory swept all three doubles matches for the ninth time this season. Jamie Chan then won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 4 singles to give Emory a 4-0 match lead.

The Eagles then lost the No. 1, 2, and 3 singles matches. With a 4-3 score, the match, being played indoors on limited number of courts, came down to a pair of freshmen for Emory, Linda Tien and Indu Anand at No. 5 and 6 singles. Anand clinched the winning point with a 7-6 (2), 6-3 win.

The Eagles, ranked No. 1 nationally, are 12-1 this season against national top-20 Division III teams. They have won the last two NCAA national team championships.


(May 18) Emory University advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Division III national championships with a 5-1 win against University of Redlands (Calif.).

This is the fifth consecutive year, all under Coach Amy Smith, that the Eagles (18-3) have reached the national semifinals. This is Emory's eighth overall appearance in the semifinals. The Eagles also got that far in 1991, 1996, and 1997.

Emory took a 2-1 lead after the doubles. Carina Alberelli (No. 1), Jamie Chan (No. 4), and Indu Anand (No. 6) won their singles matches to clinch the team victory. Alberelli was a 6-4, 6-3 winner against Sandra Montez, who is the No. 1 ranked singles player in the West region, according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

This is Emory's second win this season against Redlands, ranked No. 10 in the nation by the ITA. Emory was a 7-2 winner in California on March 25.

The Eagles, ranked No. 1 nationally, are 11-1 this season against national top-20 Division III teams. They have won the last two NCAA national team championships.

(May 10) Carina Alberelli has been honored as the regional winner of the Arthur Ashe Award presented by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Alberelli becomes one of four finalists for the national Ashe award to be announced May 20.

The Ashe award is for leadership and sportsmanship. This is the second year in a row that an Emory player has been honored as the regional winner (Margaret Moscato in 2004).

Alberelli is a regular at No. 1 singles for the first time in her career. She is ranked ninth in the region by the ITA among Division III singles players. For her career, she has a 70-20 singles record, placing her 12th in school history for career wins.

Alberelli is one of three upperclassmen on the 13-player team that has been ranked No. 1 or 2 in the region all season.


(May 8) Emory University advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III national tournament with a 5-3 win against Rhodes College (Tenn.).

Junior Jamie Chan, one of three upperclassmen on the 13-player squad, clinched the deciding point at No. 4 singles with a 6-2, 6-7 (7), 6-1 victory.

This is the sixth consecutive appearance in the national quarterfinals for the Eagles, all under Coach Amy Smith.

Freshman Indu Anand did not complete her match at No. 6 singles, but was on the verge of a comeback. She was leading 4-6, 7-6 (1), 6-5, when the match was halted.

Serena Burkard and Linda Tien were two-set winners in their matches at No. 3 and 5 singles, respectively.
Emory won two of three doubles match. The only doubles loss was at the No. 3 position, 9-8 (6).

Emory has competed in 21 NCAA tournaments more than any other Division III school. The Eagles have won the national team championship the last two years. Emory has won three team titles all-time, second most in Division III history.

Emory is 17-3 overall this season, 14-1 against Division III competition, and 7-1 against national top-20 Division III teams.


(May 2) Emory University has been selected for the NCAA Division III national tournament for the 21st consecutive year. This is the longest active streak in the nation for Division III women's tennis. Emory has made more appearances in the NCAA tournament than any other Division III school.

The Eagles have won the national team championship the last two years. Emory has won three team titles all-time, second most in Division III history.

Emory hosts an NCAA regional tournament this weekend. The Eagles received a first-round bye and will play Sunday against the winner of the Rhodes (Tenn.)-Sewanee (Tenn.) match.

If Emory wins Sunday, it advances to the national quarterfinals for the sixth consecutive year, all under Coach Amy Smith.

Selected for the NCAA individual championships were Carina Alberelli in singles and the pairing of Alberelli and Jamie Chan in doubles.

Emory is 16-3 overall this season, 13-1 against Division III competition, and 6-1 against national top-20 Division III teams.

 


(April 27) Emory University nearly swept all the spots on the all-University Athletic Association first team. The Eagles were honored on the first team at five of the six singles positions and all three doubles positions.

Senior Carina Alberelli was chosen the conference's Most Valuable Player, the fifth consecutive year the honor has gone to an Emory player.

Alberelli also claimed the No. 1 singles spot on the first team. This is her fourth time selected to the all-conference team in singles.

Junior Jamie Chan (No. 4) and three freshmen--Serena Burkard (No. 3), Linda Tien (No. 5), and Indu Anand (No. 6)--claimed the other Emory honors on the singles first team.

In doubles, Chan and Alberelli were picked for the No. 1 doubles position on the first team. The pairings of Burkard/Alexandra Gross and Anand/Lindsay Tiemeyer were honored at the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles positions, respectively.

Emory won the UAA title for the 18th consecutive year, the longest in conference history in any sport.

(April 17) Emory University won the University Athletic Association championship for the 18th consecutive year, the longest in UAA history in any sport.

The Eagles defeated Washington University (Mo.), the No. 16 ranked team in the nation, 8-1, in the finals.

Serena Burkard, the No. 3 singles player, defeated her opponent, ranked No. 21 in the region, 7-5, 6-3. Burkard won every singles match in the UAA tournament.

The Eagles, the No. 1 team in the UAA conference, have a 16-3 record.



(April 16) Emory University won, 9-0, against University of Chicago (Ill.), the No. 11 ranked team in the Central region, in the University Athletic Association Championship semifinals.

Carina Alberelli, the No. 1 singles position, defeated her opponent, regionally ranked No. 17, with a score of 6-2, 6-2.

The No. 1 doubles pairing, Jamie Chan and Alberelli won 8-1, against their opponents ranked No. 11 in the region.

Emory has a record of 15-3.


(April 15) Emory University defeated New York University, 9-0, in the first match of the University Athletic Association Championship. New York is regionally ranked No. 16 by the ITA.

At the No. 1 singles position, Carina Alberelli, recently ranked No. 9 in the Atlantic South region, beat her opponent, 6-3, 6-0.

Alexandra Gross, at the No. 6 singles spot, won, 6-0, 6-0.

The Eagles are ranked No. 1 in the nation. Emory has a record of 13 wins, and 3 losses.


(April 13) Emory University won, 8-1, against University of the South (Tenn.), nationally ranked No. 17 in NCAA Division III.

At the No. 2 singles position, Richelle Marasigan defeated her opponent, nationally ranked No. 28, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Marasigan leads the team with 16 singles' victories this season.

Serena Burkard, at the No. 3 singles position, defeated the player ranked No. 13 in the region, 6-1, 7-6 (2).

The Eagles have a record of 12-3.


(April 9) Emory University lost, 5-2, to Wofford College (SC), an NCAA Division I school.

The No. 4 singles player, Jamie Chan, defeated her opponent 6-4, 2-6, 6-2. Chan has 13 wins this season.

At the No. 2 doubles position, Serena Burkard and Alexandra Gross, ranked the No. 8 pairing in the nation, won 8-0.

Emory is nationally ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division III. The Eagles have a record of 11-3.


(April 6) Emory University won 5-4 against Georgia College and State University , nationally ranked No. 14 in NCAA Division II.

At the No. 4 singles position, Jamie Chan, the No. 8 ranked player in the region, defeated her opponent 7-6 (5), 2-6, 6-3.

Indu Anand, playing the No. 6 singles position, beat her opponent, 6-4, 6-2. The win marked Anand's ninth consecutive win of the season.

Chan and Carina Alberelli won, 8-6, at the No. 1 doubles position, against a pairing nationally ranked 14th in Division II. Alberelli has a career total of 56 doubles victories, the 15th highest record in Emory Women's tennis history.

Emory, the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, has a record of 11-2. The Eagles are 3-1 against Division II and NAIA teams this season.

 


(March 27) In the last of five matches in four days against national top-20 teams, Emory University lost 5-4 to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.), the No. 11 team in the nation.

Freshman Indu Anand, at the No. 5 singles position, defeated her opponent, ranked No. 25 in NCAA Division III, 6-1, 6-2.

This loss ended the Eagles 46-match winning streak against NCAA Division III teams. Emory had not lost to a Division III team since May 19, 2002, when it was beaten in the finals of the NCAA team championship by Williams (MA).

The Eagles have a 10-2 record.


(March 26) Emory University beat Middlebury College (Vt.), nationally ranked No. 7, 6-3, in the fourth of five matches in California this weekend.

At the No. 4 singles position, Richelle Marasigan won 6-2, 6-2 against her opponent ranked No. 32 in the previous national singles rankings. In her debut of the weekend, freshman Indu Anand, at the No. 6 singles position, defeated her opponent, 6-3, 6-0.

The Eagles, the No. 1 team in the nation, have an eight-match winning streak.


(March 26) Emory University defeated DePauw University (Ind.), the No. 6 team in the nation, 8-1, Saturday morning after the initial match was halted on Thursday due to inclement weather.

Carina Alberelli, ranked No. 8 in the last national singles rankings, beat her opponent, Liz Bondi, at the No. 1 singles position, 2-6, 6-0, 6-0. Bondi was the national singles runner up in the ITA national championship last fall.

The Eagles have a record of 9-1.



(March 25) Emory beat University of Redlands (Calif.), ranked 10th in the nation, by a score of 7-2.

Sophomore, Richelle Marasigan, defeated her opponent at the No. 3 singles position 6-3, 7-5. Freshman Linda Tien, at the No. 4 singles position, won, 6-1, 6-4.

In doubles at the No. 3 position, Alexandra Gross and Serena Burkard, the No. 8 pairing in the region, upset their opponents 8-4.

Emory is still ranked No. 1 in the nation. The Eagles have a record of 9-1.


(March 25) Emory University, the two-time defending national champion, was an 8-1 winner against Williams (Mass.), ranked No. 19 in the nation.

Serena Burkard, the No. 2 singles player in the match, beat her opponent 7-5, 6-0. No. 6 singles player, Breana Lai, defeated her opponent 6-0, 6-0, marking her eighth consecutive win this season.

Emory has an 8-1 record.


(March 9) Emory University defeated Washington College (MD), ranked No. 14 in the region, 9-0.

At the singles No. 1 position Carina Alberelli beat her opponent, ranked No. 36 in the region, 6-1, 6-2. Serena Burkard, a freshman who played at the No. 2 singles position, also was victorious, defeating the player regionally ranked No. 45, 6-1, 6-1.

Richelle Marasigan and Breana Lai had shutouts, beating their opponents 6-0, 6-0, at the No. 3 and No. 5 positions, respectively.

In doubles at the No. 1 position, Jamie Chan and Alberelli, won against their opposing pairing, ranked No. 25 in the region.

The Eagles have a 3-game winning streak. Their record is now 6-1.


(March 6) No. 1 Emory University won 7-2 against Carnegie Mellon University (PA), ranked No. 3 in its region by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).

Freshman Serena Burkard defeated her opponent, regionally ranked No. 9 by the ITA, at the No. 2 singles position, 6-2, 6-2. Freshman Alexandra Gross, playing her second singles match of the spring season, beat her opponent, 6-1, 6-0, at the No. 6 singles position.

Emory has a record of five wins and one loss.


(March 5) Emory University, ranked No. 1 in the nation in NCAA Division III, defeated Gustavus Adolphus (MN), nationally ranked No. 4, 8-1.

Serena Burkard defeated her opponent, nationally ranked No. 10 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, 6-3, 6-4 in the No. 2 singles position.

Carina Alberelli and Jamie Chan defeated the No. 6 nationally ranked pairing at the No. 1 doubles position, 8-6.

Emory has a 72-match winning streak against Division III opponents. The Eagles have not lost to a Division III team since May 19, 2002, when they were defeated in the finals of the NCAA team championship finals by Williams (MA).

Emory has a 4-1 record this season.


(Feb. 26) Emory University lost 4-3 to Auburn University of Montgomery, ranked No. 1 in the nation in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

Carina Alberelli won at the No. 1 singles position, 7-5, 4-6,10-5. At the No. 2 singles position, Serena Burkard defeated her opponent 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. The Eagles' No. 6 singles player, Brenai Lai, also was victorious, beating her opponent 6-0, 6-1.

The Eagles' record is now 3-1.


(Feb. 25) Emory University defeated Brenau University (Ga.), ranked No. 5 in the nation in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), 5-2. This added another win to the Eagles' undefeated record, making them 3-0 this season.

Emory was victorious in four of its six singles matches, and two of its three doubles matches. Brenai Lai, with a regional singles ranking of No. 11, beat her opponent at No. 6 singles position, 6-0, 6-0.

Emory is ranked No. 1 in the nation in NCAA Division III by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).


(Feb. 23) Emory University won the second match of the season with a 9-0 victory over Spelman College (Ga).

Samantha Shapiro made her debut of the Eagles' spring season. At the No. 5 singles position, Shapiro defeated her opponent 6-0, 6-0.

Jamie Chan, the No. 1 singles position, beat her opponent 6-0, 6-2.

Emory is currently ranked No. 1 in the nation.


(Feb. 18) Emory University started its season with a win, beating Clayton State College (Ga.), 6-3.

This win marked Coach Amy Smith's 100th career victory in her coaching career.

Having coached here for five seasons, Smith has led the team to a No. 1 ranking and two consecutive "triple crown" titles when the team won the NCAA Division III national championships in team, singles, and doubles.

Breana Lai, a freshman, beat her opponent 6-0 in both rounds. Clayton State finished last season ranked No. 12 in Division II.


(Feb. 4) Emory University is No. 1 in the nation, according to pre-season ratings compiled by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Emory has held the No. 1 position since the fall season of 2002.

The Eagles are coming off of their second consecutive NCAA national team championship. It marked the fourth consecutive year Emory has advanced to the NCAA final four.

The Eagles are also ranked No. 1 in the South region. Emory has eight players listed among the top 25 in the regional singles rankings and four pairs listed in the top 15 for doubles rankings.

Serena Burkard, Richelle Marasigan and Jamie Chan are ranked second, third, and eighth, respectively in singles. The pairings of Jamie Chan/Linda Tien and Richelle Marasigan/Brenea Lai are ranked third and fourth, respectively in doubles.

(Jan. 26) Amy Smith has been honored with the Collegiate Coach of the Year Award, presented by Georgia Women's Intersport Network (GAWIN). She was honored due to her coaching skill, leadership, and dedication.

During the 2004 season, Smith coached her team to its second consecutive NCAA national title. With her assistance, Emory became the first women's tennis team in any NCAA division to repeat as "triple crown" winner by capturing the NCAA team, singles and doubles championships. It also was the first time in Division III history that teammates played each other for the singles and the doubles titles.

A former Emory tennis player, Smith has coached the women's team since 2000. In her five-year coaching career at Emory, the Eagles have compiled a 99-18 record.

Smith is the fifth person and first female in NCAA history in any division to win national team championship as a coach and a player. She also aided the team in becoming the first school in Division III history to make three consecutive appearances in the finals of the NCAA team championship. In addition to this award Smith has been named NCAA Division III national Coach of the Year in 2003, and regional Coach of the Year in 2002, 2003, and 2004.


(Oct. 16, 2004) Emory freshman Serena Burkard finished in fourth place in the singles draw at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) national championships.

Burkard was defeated in the third-place match, 6-4, 7-5, by Lauren Hom of Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.), who was ranked 30th in the final national singles rankings last season.

This is the third consecutive year, and sixth time in nine years, that an Emory player has qualified for the ITA singles nationals by winning the ITA regional singles title.

Yesterday, Emory's doubles entry of junior Jamie Chan and freshman Linda Tien finished in sixth place.

All three Emory players are accorded All-America status by winning their respective ITA regional titles.


(Oct. 15, 2004) Serena Burkard dropped her semifinal singles match at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national championships.

Burkard was defeated, 6-2, 7-5, by Liz Bondi of DePauw (Ind.). The Emory freshman plays for third place Saturday against Lauren Hom of Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.), who was ranked 30th in the final national singles rankings last season.

Emory's doubles entry of Jamie Chan and Linda Tien finished in sixth place after splitting two matches today. The duo won against a Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.) pairing, 6-2, 7-6 (6). Then Chan/Lien fell in the fifth-place match, 6-3, 6-3 to a Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) pairing.

All three Emory players are accorded All-America status by winning their respective regional titles.


(Oct. 14, 2004) Serena Burkard won her opening singles match at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national championships. The Emory freshman advances to the semifinals of the NCAA Division III draw.

Burkard won 7-5, 4-6, 7-5 against Alicia Menezes of Amherst (Mass.), the NCAA national team runner-up last season. The Emory freshman, seeded second in the singles draw, now faces Liz Bondi of DePauw (Ind.).

Emory's doubles entry of Jamie Chan and Linda Tien lost their opening match, 6-2, 6-1, to a pairing from DePauw (Ind.). Chan and Tien, seeded second in the doubles tournament, move into the consolation draw against a pairing from Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.

Burkard, Chan and Tien qualified for the ITA nationals by winning the singles and doubles titles, respectively, at the ITA regionals Oct. 1-3.

 


(Oct. 3, 2004) Emory University swept the singles and doubles titles at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association regional championships.

Freshman Serena Burkard defeated teammate Richelle Marasigan 6-4, 6-1 to win the ITA singles title. The doubles title was awarded to the team of Jamie Chan and LindaTien for their 8-3 win over teammates Breana Lai and Richelle Marasigan.

The regional winners advance to the ITA national tournament Oct. 14-17 in Fort Myers, Fla.


(Oct. 2, 2004) Four Emory University players have advanced to the singles semifinals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association regional championship. Emory also has two pairings reach the finals in the doubles tournament.

Jamie Chan, the tournament's No.8 seed, advances in the singles draw along with unseeded Serena Burkard, Breana Lai and Richelle Marasigan. The matches will be Chan/Burkard, and Lai/Marasigan.

The doubles tournament will be an all Emory final; No.1 seed Chan/Tien. vs. unseeded Lai/Marasigan.

The regional winners advance to the ITA national tournament Oct. 14-17 in Fort Myers, Fla.


(Oct 1, 2004) Nine Emory University players advance to the round of 16 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association regional singles championship. Two Emory players will compete in Saturday's consolation round. Four Emory pairings made it to the round of eight in the doubles draw.