First serve for Saturday's championship match is set for noon.
The Chants advance to play the winner of #3 Winthrop and #6 UNC Asheville at 2 p.m. on Friday.
The Chants win their third Big South regular season championship in program history.
2016: Second Team All-Big South (Singles)
Fall 2016 (Senior)
- Placed third in her doubles flight at the College of Charleston Invite
- Went 2-0 in singles and 1-1 in doubles at the UNCW Seahawk Invite
- Finished 2-1 in both singles and doubles at the Coastal Halloween Invite
- Was the champion of her singles flight, and went 1-1 in doubles at the Wofford Invite
- Was voted a second team All-Big South selection in singles
- Tied for second on the team in singles wins with a 15-7 overall record while playing primarily at No. 3 (10-2)
- Went 6-2 in Big South singles matches with wins against Gardner-Webb, Radford, Campbell, UNCA, CSU and Presbyterian
- Held a 14-6 overall doubles record with most matches played on the third court (12-3)
- Went 5-3 in Big South doubles matches with wins against Gardner-Webb, Radford, UNCA, Liberty and Presbyterian
- Went 12-7 overall in singles, playing primarily at No. 3 where she finished 8-4
- Went 7-2 in Big South singles matches, recording victories against Campbell, Gardner-Webb, Longwood, Asheville, Liberty, Radford and Presbyterian
- Won a notable nonconference No. 3 singles match at #50 Virginia Tech in three sets
- Posted an 8-10 overall doubles record while playing mainly at No. 1 (4-6)
- Went 4-4 in Big South doubles matches with wins against Campbell, Gardner-Webb, Longwood and Radford
- Won a No. 3 doubles match versus Winthrop in the semifinals of the Big South Championship.
Spring 2014 (Freshman)
- Finished 12-10 overall in singles, including a 4-5 mark against Big South opponents
- Played primarily at No. 4 singles (6-5) but also spent time on the third (2-5) and fifth (4-0) courts
- Recorded conference singles wins against UNC Asheville, Gardner-Webb, Longwood and Presbyterian
- Went 5-3 in doubles matches with two wins coming against Big South teams
- Played primarily at No. 2 doubles where she finished 4-2.
Fall 2013 (Freshman): Took third place in the A2 singles flight of the College of Charleston tournament after defeating Charleston's Jenny Falcone, Stetson's Eveline Lepinay and Charleston's Samantha Maddox ... Reached the quarterfinals of the A1 doubles flight at the CofC tournament with partner Libby Scott ... Advanced to the round of 32 in the doubles draw at the ITA Carolina Regional with partner Marie Babayan ... Won both of her doubles matches with Babayan at the Charlotte Invitational ... Won two of three singles matches and two doubles matches with Babayan at the East Carolina Invitational.
Personal: Full name is Romane Delay ... Daughter of Frédéric and Florence Delay ... Speaks French and English.