RICHMOND, Va. – While final exams may be right around the corner, the VCU women's tennis team heads to Ohio this weekend with one goal on their minds: defend their title.
VCU swept its way through the tournament in its inaugural season in the Atlantic 10 en route to the program's 14th NCAA Tournament appearance. The Rams enter this year's tournament as the top seed and will open play on Friday at 10 a.m.
Chala is 21-7 overall this season and 11-5 in singles play, all coming at the top spot in VCU's lineup. In her two seasons with the Black & Gold, Chala is 36-12 in singles play. Noi has lost just one singles match since February and is 16-9 this year for the Rams.
VCU will play the winner of eighth-seeded Fordham and ninth-seeded Rhode Island on Friday.