Maho Kowase • Georgia
Junior • Chiba, Japan
• Led fourth-ranked Georgia to two top-25 SEC wins with two match clinching victories at #2 singles.
• Her victory versus Alabama’s No. 29 Macfarlane clinched a share of the SEC regular season title for Georgia.
• Kowase has a team leading 8 match clinching victories on the season.
• Currently on a team and season high 13 match winning streak in singles.
• Has gone 12-0 in SEC play with all wins coming at #2 singles.
• Has a team high 35 wins in singles this season (overall record is 35-7).
• Kowase improved to 12-5 on the year versus nationally ranked foes in singles.
• Is 8-2 at #2 doubles with Herring, and they are 3-1 versus nationally ranked foes this season.
4/12 Emily Flickinger, Auburn W 6-3, 6-2
4/14 #29 Mary Anne Macfarlane, Alabama W 6-2, 6-3
Doubles (with Lauren Herring)
4/12 Flickinger/Kasler, Auburn 6-5 DNF
4/14 #84 Foehse/Jansen, Alabama W 8-5
Brittany Huxley • Arkansas
• Huxley had a very impressive week, and was key in the Razorbacks ending the regular season with two wins.
• Against regional rival LSU, Huxley earned a straight sets win over Ebie Wilson, and her win clinched the victory for the Razorbacks.
• She was also instrumental in Arkansas earning the doubles point.
• Moved up to No. 1 doubles for the first time in her career, Huxley and partner Yang Pang cruised to a 8-1 victory that ensured the doubles point for the Razorbacks.
• Huxley finished the season strong, winning six of her last eight singles matches and three of her last four doubles matches.
• Huxley also finished the season with a straight sets victory over Houston’s Charlotte Phillips, and she finishes her first collegiate season with an 11-10 singles mark and 10-8 record in doubles.
4/13 Ebie Wilson, LSU W 6-2, 6-2
4/14 Charlotte Phillips, Houston W 6-2, 7-5
Doubles (with Yang Pang)
4/13 Morton/Jeremiah, LSU W 8-1