AIKEN, S.C. – Both the University of South Carolina Aiken men’s and women’s tennis teams are ranked nationally in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association NCAA Division II tennis rankings.
The USC Aiken men are currently ranked 37th, while the USC Aiken women moved into the rankings for the first time since 2008 with a national ranking of 46th.
The Pacer men, who have been nationally ranked all year, concluded their 2012 campaign with a 9-8 record overall. In the incredibly tough Peach Belt Conference the Pacers were 2-7.
USC Aiken is presently 10th in the latest ITA Southeast Region rankings. USC Aiken’s Guilherme Destefani (Bauru, Brazil/Colegio Objetivo) is ranked 20th regionally in singles.
The USC Aiken women’s tennis team claimed a program-best seven wins in Peach Belt Conference action this past year. USC Aiken was 7-5 in league play in 2012.
The Pacer women closed out their 2012 campaign with a 13-8 record overall.
USC Aiken is ranked eighth in the latest ITA Southeast Region rankings. USC Aiken’s Margot Simon (Nantes, France/St. Joseph de Loquidy) is ranked 16th regionally in singles.
The final ITA national and regional rankings will be released on Wednesday, May 30.