Miami was an automatic tournament qualifier as they claimed their seventh BIG EAST Championship title in the last seven years knocking-off No.1 seeded Notre Dame 4-1 at the BIG EAST Championships in Coral Gables, Fla.
Regional host-school No. 1 Florida (19-1) will face the University of
Central Florida (11-11) in the other first round matchup. The first and
second rounds of the tournament will run from May 10-12.
The Hurricanes are 1-0 against FIU this season as they defeated the Golden
Panthers 6-1 on February 13 at the University Park tennis courts.
Sixteen regional competitions will be conducted May 10-12 with the winner of
each site advancing to the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships at
the Taube Family Tennis Stadium in Stanford, California, hosted by Stanford
University. The team championship will be held May 16-19.
The teams will play a single-elimination tournament at 16 first- and
second-round sites (four teams at each site) and the finals site (16-team
bracket) to determine the national champion.
Women's Tennis To Face FIU at NCAA Regionals
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