Wong Selected to Singles Championship

Wong Selected to Singles Championship

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Wong Selected to Singles Championship

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INDIANAPOLIS – Clemson senior Keri Wong was selected to the NCAA Singles Championships as announced on Wednesday. Wong, ranked 43rd in the nation, was a 2012 All-ACC selection, compiling a 24-10 singles record and a 9-2 record in ACC play. She and Josipa Bek have also earned a bid in the Doubles Championships.

Last season, the duo reached the finals of the NCAA Tournament doubles portion in Stanford, CA, and ascended to the nation’s No. 1 position. Currently, the duo sits at 12th in the nation. They rank as the two winningest doubles players in school history, and hold a 54-19 all-time mark together.

The Singles and Doubles Championships take place at Athens, GA, after the team championships. Clemson opens play in the team championships on May 11 in Athens, GA against Arizona State.

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