Three ACC Women's Tennis Singles Players in NCAA Semifinals

North Carolina's Hayley Carter and Whitney Kay reach NCAA Doubles Women's Tennis Championship semifinals

Final Four Bound For Carter And Kay

TULSA, Oklahoma - North Carolina continued to dominate the NCAA Singles and Doubles Women’s Tennis Championship as both Hayley Carter and Whitney Kay reached the semifinals after impressive victories on Saturday afternoon.

Top seed and No. 1-ranked Carter defeated No. 47 Katarina Adamovic of Oklahoma State, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0, to reach the singles semifinals. She will face off with Miami’s No. 8 seed Sinead Lohan, who has not lost a set to this point in the tournament, at 1 p.m. ET with the winner heading to the finale on Monday.

Collins Advances To NCAA Singles Semifinals

TULSA, Okla. – Virginia women’s tennis senior Danielle Collins (St. Petersburg, Fla.) continued to advance at the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championship, picking up a 7-5, 6-3 win over Mississippi State’s Jasmine Lee at the Case Tennis Center on Saturday (May 28).

Lee was seeded in the group of players from 9-16 in the tournament and ranked No. 13 in the latest ITA singles rankings.

“I got off to a really hot start, but then she (Lee) started to give me a run for my money,” Collins said. “I had to pick it up and say ‘not today’. I really had to battle towards the end of the first set, but luckily I picked it up and it carried me through the second set.

 FINAL FOUR! Lohan Tops No. 10 Addison, Makes Semis

TULSA, Okla. – For the second consecutive year, a member of the University of Miami women’s tennis team is going to the Final Four of the NCAA Singles Championship.

Eighth-ranked and eighth-seeded Sinead Lohan earned a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Texas’ Breaunna Addison, ranked No. 10 and seeded No. 9-16, Saturday in the Elite Eight at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center on the University of Tulsa campus.

Lohan, who reached the quarterfinals as a freshman in 2015, is set to make the eighth semifinal appearance in program history and just the second by a sophomore. She is the seventh Hurricane to reach the Final Four.