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    SEC Women's Tennis Weekly Honors

    Player of the Week
    Lauren Embree • Florida
    Senior • Maroc Island, Fla.


    • Embree compiled a combined 4-0 singles and doubles record during the team’s season-opening week.
    • In the sweep against #15 Baylor, provided the clinching doubles-point victory which was the 100th doubles win of her career.
    • She became the 14th Gator to win 100 career doubles matches.
    • Her doubles winning percentage is ranked as the sixth best in program history; she is 100-18 all-time on the doubles court.
    • Her thrilling singles win against Baylor’s No. 16 Ema Burgic was the 99th of her career; she is 99-14 in her career.
    • Her 6-1, 6-1 win at the No. 1 position in the season-opener gave UF a 3-0 lead in the team scoring.
    • Helped UF extend it’s home winning streak to 110, which is the longest active home win streak of any NCAA Division I women’s team in any sport.

    Results
    Singles

    1/28     #5 Lereto Alonso Martinez, So. Fla.    W 6-1, 6-1
    2/2       #16 Ema Burgic, Baylor                      W 6-4, 6-7 (6), 1-0 (10-7)

    Doubles (with Sofie Oyen)
    1/28     Rizzolo/Mills, So. Fla.              W 8-4
    2/2       Burgic/Generette, Baylor       W 8-5

    Freshman of the Week
    Georgina Sellyn • Vanderbilt
    Glasgow, Scotland


    • Sellyn recorded two singles wins over the weekend in helping Vanderbilt pick up wins over two top-25 teams.
    • She has won five-straight singles matches.
    • Against Northwestern, her win over Brittany Wowchuk clinched the victory for Vanderbilt.
    • At Georgia Tech, she dropped the first, but stormed back to win the second and third sets.
    • In her last three singles matches, she has been able to outlast her opponent as all three have gone three sets.
    • She teamed up with Frances Altick to clinch the doubles point for Vandy at Georgia Tech.

    Results
    Singles

    1/31     Brittany Wowchuk, Northwestern      W 6-2, 3-6, 7-5
    2/2       Natasha Prokhnevska, Ga. Tech         W 3-6, 7-5, 6-2

    Doubles (with Frances Altick)
    1/31     Niu/Turvy, Northwestern                    L 4-8
    2/2       Wacker/Prokhnevska, Ga. Tech          W 8-3