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ATHENS -- Becoming an All-American tennis player in college is nothing new to two-time recipient Natalie Pluskota.
But the third time on Thursday was quite the charm for the University of Tennessee senior.
Pluskota made history for the Lady Volunteers at the NCAA Tournament at the University of Georgia's Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens.
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The Tennessee Lady Vol tennis team continues to draw among the highest attendance in the country, placing third nationally and first in the SEC in the most recent ITA rankings.
Tennessee was also third in the initial ITA attendance rankings, which were unveiled at the beginning of March for matches up to that point.
With 224 fans per contest, Tennessee has its highest April rating since the ITA began releasing the figures in 2008.
The Lady Vols' average attendance is just nine behind second-place Michigan (233).
UT's home match against Florida is the fourth-highest attended women's tennis match this season, as 435 came out to Goodfriend Tennis Center on March 2.
At this point last season, Tennessee ranked eighth in average attendance and finished the season seventh.
Intent on playing at Tennessee since the age of nine, Natalie Pluskota represents everything a Lady Vol should be, leading the tennis team on the court, and leading athletes in her passion for Tennessee off of it.