Dores To Welcome Wildcats

Vanderbilt scheduled to face Northwestern on Sunday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Vanderbilt women’s tennis team will compete at home on Sunday against Northwestern at 11 a.m.

Four Commodores were among the top players in the country this past week, according to the latest ITA rankings. In singles, Célia-Belle Mohr sits at No. 16, Bridget Stammel at No. 23, Valeria Ray at No. 110, and Anessa Lee at No. 119. Mohr and Lee are featured in the doubles rankings, coming in at No. 23.

No. 22 Vanderbilt last competed on Saturday against Memphis, clinching the match and taking the victory with a 4-0 clean sweep. The Dores enter Sunday’s match with a 2-2 record and will be looking for their third consecutive victory.

Northwestern has a 4-2 overall record thus far, coming off a loss to No. 23 Georgia Tech last weekend in an away match that the Yellow Jackets won 4-3.

Home Match Notes
Wednesday’s matches will be played at Brownlee O. Currey Jr. Tennis Pavilion at the Lummis Family Tennis Center, and admission is free. Free parking is available in the 25th Avenue Garage through the Highland Avenue entrance. For matches that begin before 5 p.m. on weekdays, spectators may park in any nonreserved space on floors nine through 11, and up to one hour before the start of the match. For evening and weekend matches, spectators may park in any nonreserved space using the Highland Avenue entrance. Vanderbilt tennis matches will enforce a clear bag policy. 

Promotions/Giveaways: Sunday’s match is the annual pride celebration, featuring a “Pastries and Pronouns” event starting at 10 a.m. Pride giveaway items and events are sponsored by Athletes Ally and K.C. Potter House.

Up Next: Vanderbilt takes next weekend off, returning Feb. 25 for a doubleheader at Montgomery Bell Academy against Austin Peay and Tennessee State.