ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. -- Barry secured a berth in the NCAA semifinals after beating Southwest Baptist 5-0 in the quarterfinals Thursday at Sanlando Park.

The Buccaneers (26-1) advance to Friday’s 9 a.m. ET  semifinals against either Hawaii Pacific or Columbus State. The Bearcats season came to a close at 23-4.

DII WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
Final Recap Gallery
Finals: Barry holds on to beat Armstrong Atlantic
Maloof: Armstrong Atlantic gets players, fans worldwide
Semifinal Recap
Maloof: Young Barry squad meets old foe
Semis: Armstrong Atl. to play for third consecutive title
Semis: Barry gets past Hawaii Pacific 5-1
Quarterfinal Recap
Maloof: Saint Leo's coach Summerfield is one-of-a-kind
Quarters: Hawaii Pacific oulasts Columbus State
Quarters: Armstrong Atl. heads back to semifinals
Quarters: Saint Leo makes school history
Quarters: Barry tops Southwest Baptist
Round of 16 Recap
Round of 16: SW Baptist survives | Barry beats Ind. (Pa.)
Round of 16: Cal (Pa.) sweeps | Hawaii Pacific moves on
Round of 16: St. Leo survives | Columbus State wins
Round of 16: NYIT advances | Armstrong sweeps
Maloof: Saint Leo lives on after big win
Maloof: Barry, Armstrong Atlantic headline field
Brackets: Interactive  Printable
How They Got Here: Complete Regional Results
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Barry will be making its fourth trip to the semifinals in the past five years.

The Bucs No. 3 doubles team of Karina Goia and Blanka Szavay breezed to an 8-0 win against Andjela Panovski and Paula Carvajaleno for the first win of the day. Barry’s duo of Linda Fritschken and Emma Onila also delivered a shutout, beating Mehak Singh and Lani Tuemmers 8-0 at the No. 2 flight. Kimmy Twelker and Ana Pain carved out an 8-6 victory versus Fanni Varga and Christina Zentai at No. 1 to send the Buccaneers into singles with a 3-0 match lead.

Twelker continued her impressive singles play this season with a 6-2, 6-1 win against Zorana Jovanovic at No. 6 to put the Bucs up 4-0. Twelker improved to 14-0 this season.

Elisabeth Abanda sealed the deal with a 6-0, 6-0 sweep Panovski at No. 5.