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Jan 31, 2020

Women’s Tennis Faces Major Test at No. 3 Georgia

CLEMSON, S.C. — Following its first loss of the season at the hands of No. 25 South Carolina (5-1) on Thursday, the Clemson women’s tennis team is back in action on Saturday afternoon when they head to No. 3 Georgia (3-0). Georgia, who finished as the national runner-up in 2019, boasts two singles players ranked within the ITA’s top-25 and four ranked within the top-50. Additionally, the Bulldogs have five doubles pairs ranked by the ITA, including the No. 7 pair Eleni Christofi and Vivian Wolff. The match is set to take place on Feb. 1 at 4 p.m. at Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga. For live stats and video click here.

Current Record: 3-0, 0-0 SEC

Ranked Players


No. 17 Katarina Jokic

No. 19 Lea Ma

No. 38 Vivian Wolff

No. 46 Marta Gonzalez

No. 56 Meg Kowalski

No. 83 Morgan Coppoc


No. 7 Eleni Christofi/Vivian Wolff

No. 26 Katarin Jokic/ Vivian Wolff

No. 41 Lea Ma/Vivian Wolff

No. 44 Morgan Coppoc/Meg Kowalski

No. 60 Marta Gonzalez/Morgan Coppoc

All Time Matchup

Last Meeting: (Feb. 2, 2019) Georgia won 7-0 on the road

All Time Record: 22-31 overall, 7-16 at home, 8-14 on the road, 7-1 neutral site

Of Note

  • Clemson and Georgia first met on Mar. 24, 1976. The Bulldogs won 8-1 at home.
  • Georgia has won the last 11 matches with Clemson.
  • The last time the Tigers beat the Bulldogs was on Feb. 6, 2010. Clemson earned a 4-3 decision on the road.
  • Clemson has only beaten Georgia three times this century (23 total contests)
  • From 1977-1986, the Tigers won 18 consecutive matchups with Georgia, which marks the longest winning streak in series history.