It finally happened yesterday. Jeff McDonald, Vanderbilt's coach and one of the most respected coaches in the women's game, finally lost it. It was in the semi-final match of the SEC Women's championship, being held in College Station, Texas. The match was a tight one between his Commodores and the South Carolina Gamecocks. All of a sudden, Vanderbilt wins a point and McDonald lets out a shriek like one has not heard in a long time. The shriek, mocked the constant screaming and screeching made by not one, but all of South Carolina's players throughout the match. Coaches throughout the SEC have constantly complained to the SEC, and even at last year's NCAA's, about South Carolina's attempt at what can only be described as gamesmanship (screaming and fist pumping right in your opponents face after each and every point). Except for the rare hinderance call, officials have decided not to do anything about this. McDonald had enough yesterday. It's a shame, because SC's roster is loaded with talent, led by #1 Ingrid Martins, probably the best player that nobody has heard about and some other outstanding players. Are the girls being coached to do this? Unfortunately the answer has to be yes. Girls that never uttered a sound in the juniors, have been transformed into screaming machines. If these coaches aren't encouraging this, they are sure standing by idly and allowing it to happen. I'm not going to say anymore. I just hope everyone tunes into the SEC Women's Championship match at 4:30 ET on SEC Network today, and sees for themselves. There is no place in college tennis, for this type of behavior. Watch for yourself, this is taking things a little too far!