ATHENS, Ga. -- The field continued to shrink during the Round of 16 in the men’s and women’s singles and doubles championships.

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
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Top-seeded Jaime Loeb of North Carolina advanced to the quarterfinals as she topped Breaunna Addison 7-5, 6-4. No. 2 seed Robin Anderson, however, wasn’t as fortunate as the Tar Heels No. 1, as she was eliminated by Virginia’s Danielle Collins 6-1, 6-4.

No. 3 Kristia Ahn also fell as she went down to retirement to Abigail Tere-Apisah of Georgia State. The Panters representative had already asserted her dominance with a 6-3 first-set victory. She had opened a 1-0 lead in the second set before Ahn succumbed to the head to leave Loeb as the only top-four seed left in the championships.

The remaining top seeded team in the women’s doubles competition had to come from behind, to defeat Alicia Barnett and Veronica Corning of Northwestern 5-7, 6-2, 6-3. They will be joined by three, four and five seeds as they all advanced.

Hayley Carter and Loeb were dominant in a 6-2, 6-3 victory against Notre Dame’s Quinn Gleason and Britney Sanders. No.4 Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe of Alabama continued their path to the championship with a 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Georgia State’s Tere-Apisah and Masa Grgan -- who were the first duo in Georgia State history to advance past the first round . Fifth-seeded Beatrice Capra and Hanna Mar from Duke rolled on with a 6-4, 6-3 win against the Pepperdine duo of Michaela Capannolo and Yuki Chiang.

The action continues with the quarterfinals beginning Saturday at noon ET at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.