To Protect and Serve
Dave McMahon -- The Georgia's women's tennis team is now playing in their 20th consecutive NCAA Tournament... all under you... that is a great accomplishment...
Jeff Wallace -- This team is excited to represent Georgia and I am glad to be part of it. I played here and graduated here and want the best for the school.
DM -- Compared to some of the seasons in the past, the team has experienced their share of ups and downs... would you agree?
JW -- I think this a great team. We have learned a lot and we have played some of our best tennis towards the end of the season.
DM -- The team is playing Indiana, a school that Georgia has not played since 1995. Is it an advantage since they haven't seen you play or a disadvantage since you haven't seen them play?
JW -- It's equal. It's not an advantage nor disadvantage. We both know what the other team is like.
DM -- You are playing in Nashville, a place where you have had success in the past, but not this year... is this a place where you enjoy playing?
JW -- It's a nice facility. Last time we played there we played a great match. We were beating Vanderbilt and then it started raining and we had to play indoors and then they beat us.
DM -- What are the team's strengths this year?
JW -- We have a great lineup. Every girl has shined at one time or another. We play good doubles and Natalie Frazier is having a great year.
DM -- Explain how good Natalie Frazier is?
JW -- She is real good. She is out there everyday giving 100% every time. She is always go-go-go when she plays. Also, off the court, she is a great person and has a great heart.
DM -- This is your 21st season as head coach, how has women's tennis changed since you took over?
JW -- It has grown a lot. There are so many more good teams and so many more good players now. The level is very high now and it is very exciting.
DM -- Thank you for your time and good luck for a 3rd NCAA Title.
Dawg Post Top Stories
Dawg Post Thursday Recruiting Update:Dawg Post takes a look at some of the top games in Georgia this upcoming weekend.
Dawg PostYesterday at 12:56 PM
Kirby Smart: Coaching in MotionATHENS - Kirby Smart is one of the most animated coaches in college football. There are very few times you find him standing still and keeping quiet during a game, which was more…
Dawg PostWednesday at 9:31 AM
Stricklin Will Play YouthATHENS - While the four remaining teams in Major League Baseball battle it out to advance to the Fall Classic this week and next, the UGA Baseball team battled in an intersquad…
Dawg PostTuesday at 10:16 AM
The Andrew Stephens Show: Skepticism w/ KirbyI think Kirby Smart is moving this team in the right direction, but I am thinking it's going to take a little longer than people would like.
Dawg PostMonday at 5:39 PM