Georgia Tech Sophomores Megan Kurey-Kendal Woodard Capture National Title

The incredible run for the sophomore doubles duo of Megan Kurey and Kendal Woodard has culminated with the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championship, as the Georgia Tech women’s tennis pair defeated Julia Fellerhoff and Rebecca Shine of the University of Louisville at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y.

“First we would like to thank all involved at the USTA and ITA for putting on a wonderful event,” Georgia Tech assistant coach Alison Silverio said. “Also, congratulations to Louisville for a successful tournament and a hard fought doubles final, they never went away. We have received tremendous support from our Georgia Tech Family and appreciate everyone that has been behind us, it makes a huge difference.”

It took three sets to put the Louisville team away, but Woodard and Kurey recorded a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 victory against Fellerhoff and Shine.

“Kendal and Megan made program history and displayed championship character today,” Silverio said. “Coach Harmon and I are very proud of their accomplishment. They are the 2013 Indoor National Doubles Champions, and that title will stay with them for a lifetime. It is well deserved for these two student-athletes.”

Winning the National Indoors title is the pinnacle of a very successful fall season the pair of sophomores. Kurey and Woodard went 14-4 this fall, including a 7-3 record against nationally-ranked opponents. The duo has won nine straight matches, including three straight during national indoors on their way to the title.

Read a complete breakdown and recap of the match here on RamblinWreck.com

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