The Bobcats enter the tournament as the No. 3-seed in the Southeast Region and will take on fellow Peach Belt Conference (PBC) member and No. 6-seed in the region GRU Augusta in round one.
After finishing the regular season with a 17-6 overall record and a No. 15 ranking nationally, the Bobcat women will look to All-PBC first-teamer Camille Clausse-Pujo (Bordeaux, France) and second-teamer Macy Polk (Powder Springs) for big performances.
Clausse-Pujo had a stellar season as the wire-to-wire No. 1 for the Bobcats in singles play. The junior from Bordeaux, France ended the conference campaign with an 8-4 record, including a dominating stretch where she won six straight matches against conference foes.
Macy Polk posted similarly impressive numbers as the No. 2 for the Bobcats. The sophomore from Powder Springs, Georgia finished the year with a 12-6 overall record and a 10-2 conference record in singles play.
The team will also be looking for more of the same from Macy Polk and Hannah Serdinia (Suwanee), who have yet to lose a single match as the No. 3 team in doubles play (10-0).
A Bobcat win in the first round would bring on a challenge from the winner of the matchup between host team Columbus State University and Queens University (N.C.).
This is the 21st straight NCAA Tournament for the Bobcat Women.
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