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Mar 05, 2021

Women’s Tennis Hits The Road to Face No. 11 NC State and No. 32 Wake Forest

Clemson, S.C. — The Clemson women’s tennis team (6-6, 0-3 ACC) will compete in a pair of dual matches on the road this weekend when it heads to No. 11 N C State (6-2, 1-1 ACC) and No. 32 Wake Forest (4-5, 0-2 ACC). The Tigers first travel to Raleigh, N.C on Saturday where they will take on the Wolfpack. Then, on Sunday, Clemson will stop in Winston-Salem, N.C. to face the Demon Deacons. Both matches are slated for first serve at noon.

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NC State Ranked Players

No. 2 Anna Rogers/Alana Smith
No. 16 Jaeda Daniel/Adriana Reami

No. 23 Alana Smith
No. 35 Anna Rogers
No. 38 Adriana Reami
No. 112 Sada Nahimana

No. 4 Sada Nahimana

Series History:

Last Meeting (March 8, 2020): NC State won 4-3 on the road
Series Record: 44-8 overall

Of Note:

  • It marks the 53rd all-time meeting between Clemson and NC State
  • In its last five matchups, the Tigers are 1-4 against the Wolfpack
  • Clemson’s last win against NC State came on March 3, 2018 (4-3)
  • The Tigers last road win against the Wolfpack was on March 29, 2015 (7-0)
  • Last weekend, No. 35 Anna Rogers defeated Carolyn Campana and Lexi Keberle defeated No. 98 Eliza Omirou of Wake Forest
  • Last season, the Tigers fell in a close 3-4 decision and Eleni Louka and Ali DeSpain each earned singles wins in the match

Wake Forest Ranked Players

No. 21 Carolyn Campana
No. 98 Eliza Omirou

Series History:

Last Meeting (Feb. 16, 2020): Wake Forest won 7-0 on the road
Series Record: 32-20 overall

Of Note:

  • It marks the 53rd all-time meeting between Clemson and Wake Forest
  • In its last five meetings with the Demon Deacon, Clemson is 2-3
  • Clemson’s last road win against Wake Forest was on Feb. 22, 2015 (6-1)
  • Wake Forest fell to No. 9 NC State and No. 6 Florida State in its only two ACC matches this season
  • Against Florida State, No. 21 Carolyn Campana fell to No. 27 Guila Pairone, who fell to Eleni Louka earlier this season