Women's Tennis Back Up In Top-30 In Latest Rankings
The newest set of team and individual rankings were released today by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. With the NCAA Championships coming up next month, rankings are being turned over every week at this point, though that makes for less movement in each edition.
The best news for the UW men and women was the women's team moving back up two spots to No. 29. Many conferences had team tournaments last week and the various results from around the country helped give the Husky women a little bump, even though they were idle.
The Husky men descended one place to 26th, their first time out of the Top-25 since January, although by just one spot.
There was little movement in the singles and doubles rankings for either Husky squad. Denise Dy and Venise Chan both remained at 10th and 15th, respectively, as neither of them played singles at Pac-10s. Dy and Joyce Ardies dropped a few spots to 19th in the doubles rankings but should still be well positioned for an NCAA selection. Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan stayed at 75th on the men's side, while he and Kyle McMorrow dropped a bit to 77th in doubles.
Complete rankings can be found on the ITA website here.
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