CC Tournament History: Franklin & Marshall has won 13 conference championships dating back to 1985 but has yet to win a tournament match since the current format was adopted in 2006. The Diplomats make a return to the playoffs for the fourth straight season, after falling to Dickinson by a 5-3 score in last season's First Round matchup.
F&M last won the championship in 2000, capping off a run of eight-straight titles.
Team Championships: Johns Hopkins 10, Franklin & Marshall 7, Swarthmore 5, Muhlenberg 2, Gettysburg 1, Washington College 1
A Look at the Field: No. 1 seed Johns Hopkins enters the tournament looking for its 12th consecutive championship. Swarthmore (No. 2) is seeking its sixth CC Title and first since 2006 while Haverford has never claimed a CC Crown.
The Projected Lineup
No. 1 Singles – Allison Wolters
Wolters has been dominant throughout the year at No. 1 and is currently ranked No. 21 in the ITA Atlantic South Region. She holds a 15-4 overall record, a 9-1 mark in CC play and enters the weekend with nine wins in her previous 10 matches. Wolters was named the CC Player of the Week three times during the year.
No. 2 Singles – Nicole Russo
Competing exclusively at No. 2 singles, Russo is 12-6 on the year and 7-3 in the CC. She enters action on Saturday with seven wins in her last 10 contests.
No. 3 Singles – Sarah Haas
Haas holds a 7-7 record but is 5-3 in the CC at the No. 3 spot in the singles lineup.
No. 4 Singles – C.J. Rummelsburg
Rummelsburg has made noise throughout the season at the No. 4 spot in the order and holds an impressive 12-5, 7-2 CC record. She enters the CC Semifinals playing some of her best tennis of late, with an 8-2 record in her last 10.
No. 5 Singles – Gavriel Rubenstein
Rubenstein has registered a 13-3 overall record on the year, good for the highest win percentage on the team. She has registered a 5-1 CC mark and has won eight out of her last 10.
No. 6 Singles – Alex Collins
With a 14-5 overall record and a 6-3 mark in the CC, Collins has been an anchor for the bottom of the Diplomats' order throughout her sophomore campaign.
A Look at Doubles: The No. 1 duo of Wolters and Russo lead the way with a 13-7, 7-3 mark. Haas and Rummelsburg are on fire at No. 2 with a 9-1 record in their last 10 doubles matchups, while accumulating an 11-3, 7-1 CC record on the year. Allysan Breece and Rubenstein fill out the lineup at No. 3 with a 12-5, 6-2 CC record and an 8-2 mark in their last 10 matches.