It's going to be a good weekend. We need to work on doubles and come back ready to take on Florida State.
There is a dangerous four seed in Alabama-Birmingham. They're pretty heavy at the top of the lineup, with good players and some good transfers.
We still have to improve our conditioning, strategy and mentality. The improvement really will not stop until the end of the year.
The first day of the tournament was disappointing at times. We had a few losses here and there that I think could have been avoided. However, we definitely played better as the weekend went along.
I honestly think we're in a better situation now than we were a couple of weeks ago. Singles-wise, I think we're still a little up-and-down, but we're improving, and that's going to be the key for the rest of the year.
We came out very, very flat in doubles. It was probably our worst doubles match of the year. Basically, we had six people who didn't come out ready at all.
Searle's first match is scheduled for Friday morning. But if he's not 100 percent, there's no need to play him.
We have three individuals play well one day and three other individuals play well the next day, so we haven't had all six cylinders kicking at the same time. If the team produced what they're capable of, we'd be 9-0 right now.