Kalamazoo, MI -- Emory University senior Jordan Wylie claimed a come-from-behind three-set victory in the third singles match to clinch a 5-2 win for the fourth-ranked Eagles against sixth-ranked Middlebury College in Monday's NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Quarterfinal contest in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
With the win, Emory will advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships for the fifth-straight season, and the 14th-time in the program's history.
The victory raised Emory's record to 17-4 this season, and to 63-31 all-time in NCAA Tournament matches. Middlebury's season came to a close with a ledger of 13-7.
Next up for the Eagles will be Amherst College, the top-ranked team in Division III this season. The Jeffs will enter the match with a 20-2 record, after defeating Washington University (Mo.) 5-1 in the quarterfinals on Monday.