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Knights Jump to #21 in Rankings
March 26, 2019
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ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFKnights.com) – The Knights jumped five spots to No. 21 in the Oracle/ITA rankings on Tuesday.

Once again this season, UCF has done nothing but win since the last rankings release on March 19, going 2-0 this weekend. The Knights defeated Tulsa on Friday for the second time this season. Tulsa was ranked in the two team’s first meeting back in January. That made UCF 5-0 in conference play with just the War on I-4 left with USF.

The Knights have three players on 11-match winning streaks in singles. They are Natalia Serrano (12-1), Nandini Sharma (13-1) and Rebeka Stolmar (12-3).

Sunday saw UCF defeat their fifth ranked opponent of the season as they toppled No. 34 Illinois in a 4-1 decision, arguably one of UCF’s best wins thus far.

The Black and Gold only has a trio of games remaining in the regular season. They’ll visit FIU and Oklahoma State before returning home for the regular season finale against USF.

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The Knights will hit the road and head down to FIU for a match on Sunday at 1 p.m. This will be UCF’s first match away from home since the ITA Kickoff Weekend on the final weekend of January.

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