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Women’s Tennis Concludes College Ranked Spotlight

CARY, N.C. – On the final day of the College Ranked Spotlight, Georgia Tech women’s tennis played one session of doubles and one session of singles at the Cary Tennis Park.

In an ultra-competitive field, the Yellow Jackets finished the four-day tournament having faced 13 ranked opponents, including one ranked doubles team and seven top-50 ranked singles players.

Competing in the back draw, Kylie Bilchev picked up a straight-set victory to lead Tech on the final day of competition. Bilchev faced No. 27 Sydni Ratliff of Ohio State and gained an early set lead, capturing the opener, 6-2. Ratliff battled in the second set, but Bilchev clinched the match with a 7-5 second set victory.

Mahak Jain faced her fourth top-40 ranked opponent on Sunday, and fifth overall ranked opponent this weekend, battling No. 20 Ariana Areseneault of Auburn. Jain rallied against the Tiger, but dropped a tight 6-4, 6-2 decision. Also competing in the back draw, Alejandra Cruz fell in a hard-fought match to South Carolina’s Elise Mills, 6-4, 6-2.

The morning began with the final session of doubles action as Cruz and Jain played their third match of the weekend, falling 6-1 to Elza Tomase and Alana Wolfberg of Tennessee.

The Yellow Jackets face a quick turnaround, returning to the Cary Tennis Park for the ITA All-American Championships, Oct. 2-8, in Cary, N.C.

Sunday, Sept. 24

No. 42 Kylie Bilchev (GT) def. No. 27 Sydni Ratliff (Ohio State) 6-2, 7-5
No. 84 Giulia Morlet (Arizona State) def. No. 9 Carol Lee (GT) walkover
No. 20 Ariana Arseneault (Auburn) def. No. 81 Mahak Jain (GT) 6-4, 6-2
Elise Mills (South Carolina) def. No. 87 Alejandra Cruz (GT) 6-4, 6-2

Elza Tomase/Alana Wolfberg (Tennessee) def. Alejandra Cruz/Mahak Jain (GT) 6-1


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