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Number BY THE NUMBERS
The number of years the Kansas women’s tennis team has been to the NCAA Tournament.
Notes QUICK HITS
- The Jayhawks will be returning to the NCAA Tournament for back-to-back years after last season’s berth ended a 17-year drought.
- The last time KU had a multi-year run in the tournament was from 1996-99.
- No. 34 Kansas (13-10) will see No. 32-ranked Notre Dame (17-9) Saturday, May 13 at 8 a.m. CT in the first round at Varsity Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio.
- With a win over the Fighting Irish, Kansas would play the winner of the match between host, and No. 3 overall seed, Ohio State and Buffalo. That match would be played Sunday, May 14 at 11 a.m. CT.
- After receiving an at-large berth to the NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Individual Championships, the No. 37-ranked duo of senior Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum and sophomore Nina Khmelnitckaia will be the first Jayhawks to participate in the NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championships since 1998.
- In 1998, Kylie Hunt and Christie Sim posted a 1-1 record at the NCAA individual championship. The team of Rebecca Jensen and Nora Koves won the national championship at the event in 1994.
- The singles and doubles competition will take place May 24-29 at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Georgia, after the conclusion of the team championship the week prior.