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The Lady Vols advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament before dropping a heartbreaker to Vanderbilt in Knoxville.
Co-head coaches Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick were named the ITA Ohio Valley Region's co-head coaches of the year for the second consecutive season, while Rosalia Alda (ITA Ohio Valley Region Senior Player of the Year, 1st team All-SEC), Brynn Boren (2nd team All-SEC, ITA OVR Rookie of the Year) and Natalie Pluskota (1st team All SEC) earned individual honors.
She teamed up with Ariadna Riley at the top spot in doubles to tally three ranked wins, including a pair over top-50 opponents.
The duo finished the season at 36th in the ITA rankings and had the sixth-best winning percentage (.833) of any doubles team in the SEC during the regular season.
Blakeley Griffith became an ITA Southeast Region Indoor Singles Champion, while earning ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Third Team honors.
With an overall record of 15-9 and a 7-4 league record, the Lady Vols finished fourth in the SEC and 18th in the final ITA rankings, while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Despite losing its top two players from 2017, UT claimed 12 consecutive victories to open the season, marking the best start in program history and its second longest winning streak ever.
In Ojeda's second season, the Lady Vols continued to show improvements on the courts, posting back-to-back seasons with 18 wins for the first time since 2010-11.En route to a second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, redshirt sophomore Gabby Schuck led the Lady Vols in wins in both singles (23) and doubles (24) in her best season on Rocky Top.Freshman Kaitlin Staines, who joined the team in January, had an incredible spring, finishing with 15 wins in both singles and doubles.During Alison Ojeda's first season back on Rocky Top, the former All-American led the Volunteers to one of their most productive seasons in recent years.Tennessee had its most wins (19) and highest ITA ranking (12th) since 2011.