All the matches were close, but Florida State was able to come out as the victor more often than Tech. The Seminoles were able to grab the doubles point, winning at lines #1 and #3. The #1 Tech tandem of Sasha Krupina and Elizabeth Kilborn had a convincing lead, jumping out to 5-0, but Florida State's Noemie Scharle and Federica Suess fired back, clinching the match by an 8-6 score. However, Tech's #2 pair Jillian O'Neill and Viet Ha Ngo did have an impressive win over the #47 ranked doubles team in the country, defeating FSU's Francesca Segarelli and Ruth Seaborne with an easy 8-2 win.
|Jillian O'Neill won in singles and doubles against FSU.|
Florida State prevailed at lines 1,2,5, and 6 in singles. However, 2 of the 4 matches FSU won were in 3 sets. #61 nationally ranked Jillian O'Neill had a strong win at #3 singles, defeating #32 Noemie Scharle 6-4, 6-1. Senior Sasha Krupina also came out victorious in singles, winning 6-1, 5-7, 6-0 at #4 over Federica Suess.
The Jackets are looking to shake off this loss and even their ACC mark by upending Clemson on Wednesday, March 2nd. The Jackets will travel to Clemson, South Carolina and will be competing at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.