NCAA Womens Tennis

No. 29 Wisconsin drops in NCAA Tournament


CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The No. 29 Wisconsin women’s tennis team concluded its 2024 competition in the second round of the NCAA Tournament today, May 4. The Badgers dropped to No. 4-seeded North Carolina, 4-0.

With No. 1 Maria Sholokhova and Alina Mukhortova dropping, it was up to their teammates. Rosie Garcia Gross and Taylor Cataldi made a huge comeback at No. 3 after a 3-0 deficit early in the set to notch the team’s sole doubles win at 6-4. Xinyu Cai and Ellison Reynoldson tried to capitalize on the point, but their Tarheel foes were too much. 

Singles proved to be a difficult challenge for the Badgers, dropping five out of six first sets. UW tried to force third sets, but UNC proved to be the better team.


No. 6 Crawley/Tanguilig def. No. 40 Sholokhova/Mukhortova, 6-3

Scotty/Yarlagadda def. Cai/Reynoldson, 7-5 

Garcia Gross/Cataldi def. Forbes/Tran, 6-4 


No. 22 Elizabeth Scotty def. No. 82 Maria Sholokhova: 6-3, 6-1

No. 6 Fiona Crawley def. Taylor Cataldi: 6-0, 6-3  

No. 52 Carson Tanguilig def. Alina Mukhortova6-2, 6-2 

No. 58 Reilly Tran retired. Xinyu Cai: 6-3, 4-4 

No. 31 Anika Yarlagadda retired Ariel Johnson6-3, 2-4 

Ellison Reynoldson retired Tatum Evans: 6-2, 2-3  


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