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Story by Ron Cioffi/USTA Southern

The Georgia A team won its third Tennis On Campus Southern Championship, defeating in-state rival Georgia Tech A.

Georgia’s big-serving co-captain Matthew Sloan bombed aces in the mixed doubles set. Georgia broke a 5-5 tie in mixed, extending their unsurmountable lead for a 23-20 victory. The Bulldogs were crowned Alley champions.

Winning in convincing fashion for UGA was Ethan Berry and Avsal Farouq 6-1 in men’s doubles and Sivan Cohen who sailed to a 6-2 victory in women’s singles.

Georgia Tech, the defending champion, started strong when Laterine Ng and Divya Tullari won the women’s doubles 6-1.

In the Rally bracket, 2023 champion Emory defended its title by defeating University of Georgia’s C team 27-16.

To access match results, large galleries of downloadable photos and reels by school, click here.

2023 championship matches were played Feb. 23-25 at the Mobile (Ala.) Tennis Center. The 60-court facility will also host the 2025-26 tournament. Based on the number of courts, it is one of the largest tennis facilities in the country.

Schools in USTA Southern receive seven bids to the 2024 USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship.

The Southern schools receiving bids are:

  • Georgia, champion
  • Georgia Tech, finalist
  • South Carolina, third
  • Tennessee, fourth
  • Duke, fifth
  • Emory, which repeated as Rally champion
  • NC State, 2023 USTA Southern Club of the Year
Emory was 2024 Rally champion.

Emory was 2024 Rally champion after defending its 2023 championship.