Georgia Tech announced the women’s tennis team schedule for 2023. As reported by George Tech website, it will kick off at the Carolina Kickoff, January 13-15, hosted by the University of South Carolina. They play their only home game on January 20, hosting crosstown rival Georgia State at 4:00 p.m. before traveling to Berkeley, California for the ITA Kickoff Weekend, January 27-29. California is home to Georgia Tech, San Diego and Princeton with a spot on the line for entry to the ITA National Team Indoor Championships in February.
The University of Washington will host the prestigious ITA National Team Indoor Championships, showcasing 16 of the best Division I women’s teams in a four-day tournament, February 10-13. Georgia Tech returns from Seattle to welcome Gonzaga at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex on February 18 before meeting Georgia in Athens on February 19.
Then four games on the road, but after a long stay away from Atlanta, the Yellow Jackets play their next five games at home: North Carolina (March 10), Duke (March 12), Boston College (March 17), Syracuse (March 19 ) and UCF (March 23).
After hosting the UCF Knights in its last non-conference game, Georgia Tech plays three league games away from Atlanta before wrapping up the ACC game at home, welcoming Florida State on April 14 and Miami on April 16.
About Georgia Tech
Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the leading technology research centers in the United States. The institute was founded on October 13, 1885 in Atlanta, capital of Georgia, with the name of Georgia School of Technology. Initially, the only degree offered was mechanical engineering. In 1901, the educational offer included electrical, civil and chemical engineering.
In 1948, the university changed its name to Georgia Institute of Technology. From 1951, women also began to be admitted, and from 1961, African-American students too. Today Georgia Tech is divided into six colleges and approximately 31 departments, with an emphasis on science and engineering. The university is recognized for excellence in programs in engineering, science, business administration and humanities.
The main campus is located in Atlanta’s central Midtown district. In 1996 the campus was home to the athletic village during the Summer Olympic Games.