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Women’s Tennis Central: NCAA Stillwater Super Regional

Women’s Tennis Central: NCAA Stillwater Super Regional

STILLWATER, Okla. – For the second consecutive year, the Tennessee women’s tennis team is headed back to the Super Regional round of the 2024 NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament. The Lady Volunteers will go head-to-head against top-seeded Oklahoma State on Saturday at Greenwood Tennis Center in Stillwater, Okla., with the first serve set for 4 p.m. ET.

The No. 16-seeded Lady Volunteers (20-7, 9-4) surpassed both their First and Second Round opponents of the 2024 NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament. The squad posted two consecutive sweeps against Murray State and No. 21 Duke, propelling the Big Orange to their first back-to-back Sweet 16 appearance since 2004.

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Below are the ITA team and individual rankings for each team.

#16 Tennessee 


#14 Sofia Cabezas


#11 Sofia Cabezas/Elza Tomase 

#39 Sofia Cabezas/Esther Adeshina

#1 Oklahoma State


#3 Ange Oby Kajuru 

#18 Anastasiya Komar 

#43 Lucia Peyre 

#72 Safiya Carrington 

#84 Ayumi Miyamoto 


#3 Ange Oby Kajuru & Anastasiya Komar 

#37 Anastasiya Komar & Raquel Gonzalez 


Top-seeded Oklahoma State (29-0, 13-0 Big 12) enters the tournament in the midst of a twenty-nine-match winning streak. The Cowgirls maintained a flawless record in conference play and cruised through their league tournament, dominating all three of their matches with a combined score of 12-1.

The team garnered significant recognition in the end-of-season Big 12 awards, securing three out of the four yearly accolades. Chris Young garnered his second honor as Big 12 Coach of the Year while Ange Oby Kajuru claimed Big 12 Player of the Year. Olivia Lincer was tabbed Big 12 Women’s Tennis Freshman of the Year, and Anastasiya Komar earned Big 12 Newcomer of the Year. Kajuru, Komar and Lucia Peyre were named to the All-Big 12 First Team Singles crew along with Safiya Carrington and Ayumi Miyamoto making it on the All-Big 12 Second Team in singles. Kajuru and Komar also were named to the All-Big 12 First Team for doubles, while Miyamoto paired up with Gonzalez earned All-Big 12 Second Team Doubles.

The Lady Vols and the Cowgirls enter the match with their all-time series tied at one apiece. The last time the two squads met was on Feb. 17, 2001, when the Big Orange notched a 5-2 win against the…

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