Texas A&M senior Tatiana Makarova made the All-Southeastern Conference women’s tennis first team Thursday.
Makarova is 23-6 in singles this season including 15-4 in dual-match singles playing all but two matches on the top line. She went 10-0 in SEC regular-season matches. She also is 24-9 in doubles with three different partners.
A&M (19-7) will learn its NCAA tournament fate during the selection show at 5 p.m. Monday. The show will be streamed live online at NCAA.com.
All-SEC Women’s Tennis
Here is the 2021 All-Southeastern Conference women’s tennis team:
Indianna Spink, Arkansas; McCartney Kessler, Florida; Katarina Jokic, Georgia; Meg Kowalski, Georgia; Lea Ma, Georgia; Morgan Coppoc, Georgia; Akvilė Paražinskaitė, Kentucky; Fiona Arrese, Kentucky; Sabina Machalova, Ole Miss; Emma Antonaki, Mississippi State; Mia Horvit, South Carolina; Tatiana Makarova, Texas A&M; Christina Rosca, Vanderbilt
Alba Cortina Pou, Alabama; Selin Ovunc, Auburn; Carolyn Ansari, Auburn; Ida Jarlskog, Florida ; Marlee Zein, Florida; Paris Corley, LSU ; Taylor Bridges, LSU; Safiya Carrington, LSU; Tiphanie Fiquet, Ole Miss; Magda Adaloglou, Mississippi State; Bronte Murgett, Missouri; Megan Davies, South Carolina; Rebeka Mertena, Tennessee ; Daria Kuczer, Tennessee
Loudmilla Bencheikh, Alabama; Anna Parkhomenko, Alabama; Indianna Spink, Arkansas; Morgan Cross, Arkansas; Sara Dahlstrom, Florida; Fiona Arrese, Kentucky; Anessa Lee, Vanderbilt
Player of the Year
Katarina Jokic, Georgia
Freshmen of the Year
Indianna Spink, Arkansas
Newcomer of the Year
Lea Ma, Georgia
Coach of the Year
Jeff Wallace, Georgia