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Anchor Drop, May 21, 2018: Women’s Tennis Final Four Edition

The Commodores will face Georgia Tech in the national semifinal this morning.

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Good morning.

And, soon after you see this, Vanderbilt will play in a Final Four. The Commodore women’s tennis team will take on Georgia Tech in a national semifinal match at 9:00 AM CT in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The other semifinal between Duke and Stanford will take place at the same time on the other court at Wake Forest. We can only assume this is due to a threat of bad weather (I’m too lazy to check the weather forecast in Winston-Salem); Vanderbilt was originally set to play at 11.

Also, insert your own jokes about the fact that the NCAA Final Four in women’s tennis includes Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Duke, and Stanford. If you’re curious, Northwestern won the Big Ten and lost to Duke in the Sweet 16.

That’s it for Vanderbilt sports today. Yeah, the athletics season is winding down. (Also, I’m not putting up a separate live thread for tennis today so just use this as your live thread.)

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