Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by TopDawg, Mar 3, 2012.
Now it's giving A&M 2 points for doubles
Got into the stats through SEC twitter. Aggies won the doubles point
Schafer's name mis-spelled on live scores.
Koch about to put South Carolina on the board leading Withrow 6-4 5-2. Texas A&M up everywhere else.
A&M up 3-1 with wins to Vinsant and Efferding.
Szabo clinches it. 4-1 A&M
So what does everyone think Ole Miss' chances are in NCAAs? Can they advance or will it be tough because of depth. I think only way is win doubles, because otherwise they have to perfect 1-4. Five and six just not getting it done this year.
Georgia and Vandy dubs point coming down to #1 with it tied at 6.
Vandy takes the point, it wouldn't surprise me if Vandy gave Georgia all it wants in singles. Austin will probably beat Pasha at 2, Yee/Brasseaux and Offerdahl/Wagland could be close too and you can't count Lipman out at home either.
Ole miss will get a top30 team in 1st round. They can win that but also can lose. In 2nd round a team like uga/unc/illinois on the road. That will end it. They ve no chance.
Vanderbilt about to take out Georgia by the looks of it. 2-2 and they lead 5-3, 5-2 and 3-0 (all third sets) in the remaining matches.
That will shake up the rankings.
Vanderbilt takes the win with Smith clinching at #6.
horrendous loss for Georgia. No title for Diaz this year.
Just got down to Nashville and I was expecting to see Georgia/Florida tomorrow in the SEC Semis but Georgia decided to lay an egg today against a Vandy team that didn't have 2 of its normal starters in the lineup (Offerdahl/Kovrigin).
I can't believe Pieters lost to a guy that had only played 4 dual matches this year. To go up a break 3 times in the final set and then to go 0 for 6 on your service game is horrible. They said there was a big crowd there but the court Pete was playing on was 1 of 2 courts with no seating behind it so he should have been able to relax and take care of business.
It doesn't seem like Wagland is going to regain his form of last year - no way he should be losing to Rhys Johnson. Usually if you can keep the ball in play Rhys will eventually beat himself but it sounds like Wagland couldn't keep it play long enough.
No way to sugar coat this one it was a horrendous loss. If Georgia had won the SEC Tournament they would have climbed to 7 but now they are looking at probably finishing around 10 maybe 11 in the rankings so I guess ultimately IF they make it through their regional they'll face the same team they would have faced had they been a 7 seed.
Well I can look forward to seeing a good Kentucky/Texas A&M match tomorrow morning. It'll be interesting to see if Vanderbilt can beat Florida for the second time in a week in the second semi.
What a loss by uga. Even ole miss beat vandy this season
Texas A&M back on serve on 1 thanks to 3 Jomby errors. A&M up a double break on 2 and they are on serve on 3. If it comes to 3 it could be a while because every game so far has gone to deuce.
Little windy today as Ellefsen just couple wiffed on a shot and it gives A&M the break on 3.
Some guy on UK's blog calls Ellefson "unbreakable". But he actually gets broken all the time.
A&M now up a break on 1 leading 6-5 with Withrow serving. Lai has carried UK so far with Jomby having a rough day at the net.
A&M takes the doubles point.
Match point in dubs for A&M clip
Jomby down a double break already - his poor play in doubles has bled over into singles. One unforced error after another so far. It's still really early but aTm looking good and unless Kentucky starts playing this one could be a quick 4-0 rout.
Kentucky turning it up a few notches as they have erased a break on 4 courts and are now up a break on 4 courts. Adams has hit a rough patch and has started missing frequently as well as throwing in several double faults.
Jomby wins 5 straight and takes the set 6-4. Vinsant was broke serving for the set on 2 - after Vinsant hit a winner to go up 30-15 he got hit with a point penalty for saying F yeah too loud. On set point Gomez was wrong footed and hit a shot with his left hand (he's right- handed) and won the point and eventually broke.
Are you taking videos TopDawg?
That's a bit of a rookie error...
Vinsant just let that TB get away from him. Was serving up 4-1 in the TB and got overruled on a line call then double faulted and them Gomez hit a couple of nice winners to take it.
I probably will closer to the end; it is pretty crowded here at the moment.
Szabo was down 5-2 in the 1st set and came back and won the set in a TB. 3 1st sets for each.
Adams has calmed down and is playing better and Efferding is up a set and a break.
Thanks for the updates Top Dawg. Makes it easier to follow along here in Australia where it's 3.30 a.m. Good fight from Szabo. Hopefully Vinsant will get back on track also.
Adams gets a split with Jomby. I hadn't heard Jomby say anything in English all match until he yelled out the F word by itself. He got a point penalty and Adams took the set on the next point. Adams and Jomby have been jawing at each other match.
Vinsant rolling Gomez in the 2nd with a set point for a 6-0 2nd set
Ore is serving for the match but down 15-30
Ore wins and Efferding is serving for it on 3. Szabo up 4-1 in the 2nd so this could be over soon.
Szabo has a break point for 5-1
Szabo breaks and he'll serve for it
Ore's match point http://youtu.be/-f0iwmJdueI
Szabo up 30-15
Szabo wins so it's now 3-1. Efferding serving at 5-6 on 3. Vinsant rolling on 2
4-1 Efferding in the TB and he is serving
Double fault and aTm wins 4-1
Thanks for the updates TopDawg!
Watson serving 1-1 on 1, Johnson serving up 1-0 on 2, Hidalgo serving up 2-1 on 3 dubs
Gators rolling at 1 up 5-1. They are also up a break on 3. 2 is on serve
Vandy gets 1 of the breaks back on 1 and Austin will serve 2-5.
Gators break again at 1 with Diep serving up 6-2, Alford serving up 6-3 on 3, Orkin serving up 5-3 on 2.
Florida dominates in doubles and wins. 8-4 at 2 and 3. They were also up 7-2 on 1.
Gators serving 1st on 1 and 5. Vandy serving 1st on 2, 3, 4, 6
I'd say Florida is a big favorite at 4, 5, and 6.
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