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"Herring earned the No. 6 seed and Fuller and Garcia earned the No. 1 seed. Because Herring is a top-16 seed in the singles tournament and Fuller and Garcia are a top-eight seed on the doubles tournament, each earns ITA All-America honors. Georgia hasn't had three All-Americans in the year since the 2007 season. Both the doubles and singles draws will be announced during the team tournament.
SEC CHAMPIONS: Georgia clinched its ninth regular season SEC championship (1983, `89, `90, `94, 2000, `02, `07, `09)."
"KATE THE GREAT: With her 37 doubles wins this year,>Kate Fuller is the new Georgia record holder for doubles victories in a season. Chelsey Gullickson set the old record with 35 in 2012. In singles, Fuller has made quick work of her opponents winning first nine times this season.
IN THE NUMBERS: Here are some interesting statistics from the 2013 season:
• Georgia has 46 combined wins the last two seasons, the best since 2009-10. If the Bulldogs win the National Championship, they'll reach the 50-win mark, a total not set since 1999-00, the last time that Georgia won the NCAA Championship.
• Georgia holds a stellar .826 singles winning percentage (among its top six players)and a .804 doubles winning percentage. Both totals are the best since doubles moved to being played before singles in 2001. Ignoring the format change, the next best year would be Georgia's 2000 National Championship season (.733/.750).
• On the topic of winning percentages, freshman>Silvia Garcia has team-bests in both singles (.884) and doubles (.923).
• Home Sweet Home...Georgia went a perfect 14-0 at home this season for 12th time in program history. It last happened in 2009."