No. 74 Wake Forest will close out the regular season at 11 a.m. on Friday morning at No. 69 Syracuse, the first-ever meeting between the two schools as members of the ACC.
Luisa Fernandez picked up the biggest singles victory of the season for Wake Forest, but the No. 66 Deacs fell 6-1 to Virginia on Senior Day on the Leighton Courts at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex.
In a match that spanned just over four hours, No. 66 Wake Forest could not hold off strong singles play late by Maryland, falling 4-3 on the Leighton Courts at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex.
No. 66 Wake Forest will welcome Maryland and No. 4 Virginia this weekend for its final two home matches of the season. Both matches are set for Noon starts on Saturday and Sunday.