NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Three Vanderbilt student-athletes were tabbed in the top singles rankings and one Commodore pair claimed a spot in the doubles rankings, as the ITA released its preseason top-125 singles and top 60-doubles pairs on Tuesday.
Senior Christina Rosca, ranked 15th nationally, earned a 30-15 overall record last season and advanced to the NCAA Individual Championships to claim her first All-America title.
After a stellar freshman campaign, sophomore Georgia Drummy comes in at No. 35. Becoming the first student-athlete to join the Vanderbilt women’s tennis team in January, the Ireland native wasted no time proving her vital role on the team last season. Drummy concluded the season with a 19-7 record, only dropping one home match finishing the season at No. 57 in the nation.
Entering her junior season, Amanda Meyer moves up 36 spots in the rankings, coming in at No. 66 in the nation. Meyer collected 21 victories last season and remained undefeated at home.
In doubles, senior Emma Kurtz and freshman Anna Ross were tabbed as the No. 43 duo in the nation. The pair will make their debut as a doubles tandem this season.
The Dores continue their fall season as they travel to Greenville, South Carolina, to compete in the annual Debbie Southern Fall Classic hosted by Furman on Friday.
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