Five members of the Georgia men’s tennis team were awarded at-large bids to the individual singles and doubles NCAA tournaments.
Georgia’s five selections is the highest total of any team, not including alternates. Virginia is next with four.
Senior KU Singh was awarded the No. 5 overall seed for the singles tournament, securing him a second consecutive All-America honor and place in the field with an overall record of 17-9 and 13 ranked victories. Joining Singh in the singles tournament will be sophomore Nathan Pasha (30-13) and freshman Ben Wagland (23-7) — each making their first appearances.
In doubles, the team of Wagland and Hernus Pieters were selected as a No. 5-8 seed, which locks up their All-America honors, while Pasha and Garrett Brasseaux were also chosen to the doubles field.
The Bulldogs as a team enter the NCAA draw as the No. 2 team in the country with a 22.4 record.