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    SEC Women's Tennis Weekly Honors


    Player of the Week
    Lauren Embree • Florida
    Senior • Marco Island, Fla.
    • Compiled a combined 3-0 singles and doubles record during the team’s two huge home matches.
    • Both singles wins were against top-20 ranked opponents and both were the clinching dual match victories.
    • Her straight-set singles win versus Tennessee’s No. 20 Brynn Boren was her 29th consecutive victory in dual match singles play.
    • Improved to 34-0 all-time in SEC dual match singles contests.
    • The doubles win against Tennessee was the clinching doubles-point victory, as the other two matches on court had split.
    • Earned her 107th career win on the singles and the doubles courts, as her 214 combined victories moved her into sole possession of 10th place in Gator history.
    • Her wins helped the Gators extended their overall home win streak to 115, the nation’s longest active home winning streak of any NCAA Division I women’s team in any sport.
    • Both singles wins were against top-20 ranked opponents and both were the clinching dual match victories.
    3/15     #7 Lauren Herring, Georgia   W 6-4, 4-6, 6-3
    3/17     #20 Brynn Boren, Tennessee  W 6-3, 6-1
    Doubles (with Brianna Morgan)
    3/15     Herring/Kowase, Georgia       7-3 DNF
    3/17     Henderson/Williams   W 8-5 
    Freshman of the Week
    Ines Deheza • Texas A&M
    Santa Cruz, Bolivia
    • Went a combined 5-1 in singles and doubles, including 3-0 at No. 4 singles where she posted straight-set wins in every match to help A&M to a 3-0 week as the Aggies improved to 6-0 in conference play.
    • Against Virginia, came back from a 4-2 second-set deficit to defeated Li Xi, 6-1, 6-4, and give the Aggies a 3-1 lead.
    • At LSU, she and doubles partner and twin sister Paula Deheza clinched the doubles point for A&M with an 8-3 victory over Kaitlin Burns and Ella Taylor at the No. 3 line.
    • Deheza then clinched the winning point in singles, defeating LSU’s Ariel Morton, 6-2, 6-2.
    • At Arkansas, she and Paula led the entire doubles match in route to an 8-5 victory over Ana Hernandez and Kimberley-Ann Surin to help lead A&M to the doubles point. 
    • In singles, won the first set against Surin, 6-3, but trailed 5-4 in the second set before winning three consecutive games to close out a 6-3, 7-5 straight-set victory that gave A&M a 5-1 lead.
    • Improved to 3-0 in SEC singles matches and 7-3 overall. In doubles, improved to 4-1 in SEC matches and 8-3 in dual matches.
    3/13     Li Xi, Virginia   W 6-1, 6-4
    3/15     Ariel Morton, LSU       W 6-2, 6-2
    3/17     Kimberley-Ann Surin, Arkansas          W 6-3, 7-5
    Doubles (with Paula Deheza)
    3/13     Elbaba/Xi, Virginia      L 3-8
    3/15     Burns/Taylor, LSU       W 8-3
    3/17     Hernandez/Surin, Arkansas    W 8-5