The Georgia Bulldogs men's and women's tennis teams both began SEC play over the weekend, with each defeating the South Carolina Gamecocks, 6-1, and each engaging the Florida Gators in a 4-3 duel . . . with divergent results.
Though most of the focus is on the Georgia Bulldogs football team, the weekend's action also saw notable victories by the Red and Black tennis teams and a five-set loss by the volleyball team.
On the eve of the Georgia Bulldogs' college football game against the New Mexico State Aggies, the Red and Black's basketball, equestrian, tennis, and volleyball teams all turned in solid performances.
Sunday was a stellar day for the Georgia Bulldogs, who were impressive in women's equestrian, men's and women's golf, women's soccer, men's and women's tennis, and women's volleyball.
Though the Georgia Bulldogs football team was idle Saturday, the Red and Black men's and women's tennis teams, men's and women's swimming and diving teams, women's equestrian team, and women's golf team all had successful outings.
Saturday is an open date on the college football schedule for the Georgia Bulldogs, but the Red and Black were in action in several sports on Friday, carding dominate performances in men's and women's tennis at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships.
The Georgia Bulldogs men's and women's tennis teams both carded 4-3 comeback victories in their respective NCAA tournament brackets to inch one step closer to claiming national championships.
The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA Men's Tennis Tournament on Thursday, advancing to the quarterfinals for a rematch with the regular-season SEC co-champion Tennessee Volunteers.