MARCH 25: Alabama is dropped by No.6 Texas A&M, 5-2, in College Station


A&M won the doubles point with duos No.19 Aguilar/Arconada defeating Ortiz/Osama, 6-2, and No. 48 Rinderknech/Kypson defeating Nesterov/Cancel, 6-2.

In singles play, Zhou fell to No. 49 Arconada, 6-1, 6-2, and Ortiz fell to Vacherot, 6-1, 6-3. These wins gave Texas A&M a 4-0 lead. The Aggies secured the match with a victory from Juan Carlos Aguilar over freshman Riccardo Roberto, 6-2, 6-2.

The Aggies went up 5-0 when  No. 6 Arthur Rinderknech defeated Cancel 6-2, 6-3. Alabama points came off wins from Nesterov and No.95 Osama.


MARCH 22: Alabama falls to No.18 Florida, 4-0, at home


Florida jumped to a 1-0 lead with wins from the duos of # 23 Danilina/Emma and Kessler/Kuhlman. They defeated Alabama pairs Selim/Cortina-Pou, 6-1, and Daniell/Moulin, 6-1.

In singles, Florida snagged the first three wins. Andie Daniell fell to #19 Anna Danilina, Ann Selim fell to #48 Josie Kuhlman and Kylie Moulin fell to Katie Kubicz.


March 24: Alabama loses tough fight to No. 10 South Carolina, 4-1

In doubles, South Carolina took the 1-0 lead with wins over  Selim/Cortina-Pou, 6-1, and Daniell/Moulin, 6-3.

In singles play, South Carolina took a 2 point lead after 31st-ranked singles player in the nation topped senior Smith Hinton, 6-2, 6-3. Daniell earned a point for Alabama by upsetting No.52 Ingrid Gamarra Martins, 6-2, 6-3, making it 2-1 South Carolina. Victories for Gamecock players Mia Horvit and Rachel Rohrabacher gave USC a 2 point advantage.