Orlando, Fla. – Fourth-ranked NC State women’s tennis (26-4) is prepared to face No. 12 Iowa State (21-5) in the Quarterfinal round of the NCAA Team Championships at the USTA National Campus on Wednesday, May 17 not before 7:30 p.m.
The only previous meeting between the Wolfpack and the Cyclones was in 2021 when a 4-2 victory secured an advancement to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the second time in school history.
The quarterfinal match will be streamed live on USTA National Campus’ PlaySight website, and live scores will be available on StatBroadcast here. Cracked Racquets will also be providing match coverage and commentary on their YouTube channel here.
Throughout the entire regular dual match season, the team has remained within the top-10 in the nation. After securing the program’s first ever ACC Championship with a 4-1 win over No. 1 North Carolina, NC State was named the fourth-ranked team behind North Carolina, Texas A&M, and Georgia.
The ITA released updated doubles and singles rankings on May 4th which featured four Wolfpack members in singles and two pairs in doubles. Diana Shnaider leads her team as the seventh-ranked player in the country. Alana Smith tallied at No. 13 in singles, where she has remained for the past two weeks. She is followed by Amelia Rajecki at No. 26 and Abigail Rencheli at No. 86. In doubles, both pairs earned a top-10 spot with Shnaider and Smith at fourth and Miller and Rajecki at ninth in the nation.
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A win would place the Wolfpack in the Semifinal round of the NCAA Team Championships. The next match would be on Friday, May 19 at 5 p.m. in Orlando, Fla. at the USTA National Campus against the winner of Texas A&M/Stanford.
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