Georgia Athletics | May 21, 2014 Top three seeds advance without drama in first day of singles play in Athens Share ATHENS, Ga. -- Less than 12 hours after the crowning of both team champions, 128 men’s and women’s tennis players began their quests for individual glory. The dynamic nature of college tennis was on display from the very first serve in Athens as the day featured an abundance of upsets throughout the draw. DI WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP Singles, doubles finals recap Singles: Collins takes singles title for Virginia Doubles: Jansen, Routliffe give Tide first national title Cal's Chi, Virginia's Collins meet in finals, SEC doubles final Singles and doubles semifinals are set Singles: Collins, Tere-Apisah shake up top of draw Singles: Top seeds continue to Round of 16 Singles: Top three seeds advance without drama Championship recap Gallery Final: UCLA wins program's second title 4-3 Semis: UCLA to play in fifth title match in 10 years Semis: UNC ousts defending champ Stanford Quarters: Florida eliminates host, top seed Georgia Quarters: UCLA gets revenge against Duke Quarters: Youth lifts Stanford by Virginia Quarters: UNC takes down No. 2 seed Alabama Round of 16: Scholl, Duke beat Clemson | UCLA advances Round of 16: Georgia outlasts USC | Gators get by Vandy Round of 16: Stanford rallies by Cal | UVa. marches on Round of 16: UNC sweeps Aggies | Alabama stays on roll Brackets: Interactive Printable Individual Draws: Singles | Doubles Live Scoring The first matches on court began what could be referred to in others sports as bracket busting as the No. 4 seed in the women’s draw was eliminated within the first two hours of competition. Stanford’s Krista Hardebeck would cause the first upset of the women’s draw as she knocked out No. 4 Julia Elbaba with a 6-2, 6-2 win at court number three. This would be the only major upset of the day as No. 1 Jamie Loeb, No. 2 Robin Anderson and No. 3 Kristie Ahn would progress to the second round without drama. From a local perspective, Georgia finished the day with a winning percentage as three of five players from the hosts advanced to the second round of the championships. Silvia Garcia got the ball rolling for the Bulldogs as she moved forwards with a 6-2, 6-2 victory against Belina Niu. Lauren Herring capped the Bulldogs good fortune for the day, the No.6 seeded Herring topped Klara Vyskocilova 6-1, 6-2.