CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Virginia women’s tennis team (16-6) will face No. 3 Georgia (21-1) in the Round of 16 of the 2021 NCAA Women’s Tennis Championship at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday, May 16 at 10 a.m.


  • Live scoring will be available for all matches
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  • The Cavaliers are No. 13 in the ITA computerized rankings but are the No. 14 seed in the championship
  • Freshman Emma Navarro (Charleston, S.C.) is ranked No. 3 in singles and earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship
  • Navarro has a 17-1 mark in singles, including 14-straight wins to begin her career
  • Navarro, the ACC Freshman of the Year and All-ACC First Team, is 2-0 in her first NCAA Championship
  • Sophomore Natasha Subhash (Fairfax, Va.) is ranked No. 9 in singles this week after reaching a career-best mark of No. 8 the previous week. Subhash will be a 9-16 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship. This is the fourth time in program history that a Cavalier earned a 9-16 seeding. She is 15-4 this season
  • Subhash was named to the All-ACC First Team
  • Subhash is 4-0 against players ranked in the top-30
  • Virginia and Miami are the only two schools to currently have two players ranked in the top-10 of singles
  • Senior Rosie Johanson (Vancouver, Canada) had a streak of 12-straight wins snapped by Tennessee’s Carly Briggs. It was Johanson’s first loss since Feb. 21. She is 17-5 in singles this season
  • Johanson was named to this year’s All-ACC Third Team
  • Freshman Hobah Shaikh (Teaneck, N.J.) is 2-0 in her first NCAA Championship. She clinched the Cavaliers’ 4-2 victory against Tennessee to advance to the NCAA Round of 16 with a 7-5, 6-1 win against Daria Kuczer
  • Two UVA doubles teams will be playing in the NCAA Doubles Championship. Subhash and junior Sofia Munera (Periera, Colombia) are currently ranked No. 17. Navarro and Johanson also earned a berth and are currently ranked No. 21
  • The No. 3 doubles team of Shaikh and senior Vivian Glozman (Bellevue, Wash.) had only played together once during the opening weekend of the spring season before partnering for the ACC Championship. They are 3-1 since then
  • Virginia has won the doubles point in 13 of 21 matches this season
  • Virginia has only lost one match after winning the doubles point this year


  • This is UVA’s third-straight trip to the NCAA Championship. In each of the last two (2018 and 2019), the Cavaliers played in the Columbia Regional, both times falling in the second round to the Gamecocks
  • This is Virginia’s seventh time advancing to the Round of 16
  • The Cavaliers’ best finish has been two runs of the quarterfinals (2014 and 2016)


  • The Bulldog’s only loss this season was being edged 4-3 by North Carolina on January 30. They have won 20-straight matches since then
  • Georgia is slated as the No. 3 overall seed after claiming both the SEC Regular Season and Tournament crowns
  • The Bulldogs return to the NCAA Tournament as National Finalist, falling to Stanford in the National Championship match in 2019
  • The Bulldogs have won two National Championships in 1994 and 2000
  • Katarina Jokic is the SEC Player of the Year with a 24-1 overall record and 15-0 in dual match play this season. She is 7-0 against top-50 opponents. She will be the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship
  • Lea Ma is the SEC Newcomer of the Year with a 14-4 overall record. She plays on the No. 2 court and comes into the weekend riding an eight-match win streak
  • Georgia leads the all-time series 4-1


  • The women’s quarterfinal matches will be held on Wednesday, May 19. Men’s and women’s semi-finals will be held on Friday, May 21 and both team championships contested on Saturday, May 22