Georgia College once again started the day off strong, taking doubles 2-1. Macy Polk (Powder Springs) and Hannah Serdinia (Suwanee) snagged the first team point for the Blue and Green in the second line of doubles, 8-5. Jena Kelly (Lawrenceville) and Emma Niemi (Cumming) followed suit shortly after with another doubles win, this time with a little extra tennis, 9-7. Jones paired up with Camilla Negrini (Milan, Italy) and almost took down their doubles foes in line three. The Bobcats forced extra tennis, as well, but ultimately fell 9-7. The Bobcats lost in the one, two and three spots. Polk kept her match against Kathrin Waidner close, but the Nighthawk came out with the win, 6-4, 6-3. Negrini finished next in the third line. The freshman was unable to overcome Karina Gurgenya, 6-2, 6-1. Serdinia tied up the day at 3-3 for the Bobcats as she defeated Holly Bennett on the back court, 6-3, 7-5. Meanwhile, North Georgias Felicia Baratta forced Kelly into a tiebreaking third set.
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