first_imgJunior Zoe Spence brings her No. 58 national ranking versus the Cardinals.  Notre Dame also has a standout sophomore in Cameron Corse, who has a team-high nine singles wins. The two form the country’s No. 57 doubles team.  Georgia Tech heads to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center winning two of their last three matches. Last weekend, the Jackets dropped the weekend opener against No. 3 Duke, but bounced back with a win over No. 29 Syracuse.  The Yellow Jackets are led by one of the nation’s premier players in No. 11 Kenya Jones. Junior Nami Otsuka and freshman Valeriya Deminova are just behind Jones in singles wins with five each. Jones and freshman Jeanette Kin post a No. 73 doubles ranking.  Sophomore Nikolina Jovic is making a splash in her first year on campus, posting a 11-3 record in singles. On the doubles side, Neely and senior Sena Suswan lead the way with a 5-2 record — all on court one.  Story Links Louisville faces Notre Dame, which dropped back-to-back matches to North Carolina and North Carolina State last weekend.  The Cards came up short in North Carolina against UNC and NC State last weekend. Junior Raven Neely posted a singles win, bringing her record to a team-high 13-1 this season.  Louisville women’s tennis (10-5, 2-3) has a pair of conferences matches on tap this weekend as they travel to Notre Dame (8-5, 2-3) before hosting Georgia Tech (5-5, 2-1). The Cardinals travel to South Bend, Indiana to take on the Irish Friday, March 8 and host the Yellow Jackets Sunday, March 10 at 10 a.m. The Cardinals return to action after a week off, hosting No. 3 Duke Friday, March 22 and No. 19 Wake Forest Sunday, March 24.  Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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