Five-star recruit Camila Wesbrooks signed a National Letter of Intent to play tennis at the University of Arizona beginning with the 2015-16 academic year, head coach Vicky Maes announced on Thursday.
The Wildcats will go up against 10 ranked opponents and play six NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago, as 14th-year head coach Vicky Maes unveiled Arizona's 2015 spring slate on Tuesday.
Senior Laura Oldham put together yet another dominating performance on Sunday, easily defeating Portland's Sophie Van Den Aarssen 7-6, 6-3 to clinch the black singles bracket championship, Sunday afternoon on the final day of the Matador Invitational.
For the second consecutive day, senior Laura Oldham and junior Inge Hendrikx dominated the competition, as each strung together consecutive singles wins to advance to championship matches in their respective brackets, Saturday on day two of the Matador Invitational.
Senior Laura Oldham and junior Inge Hendrikx combined to go a perfect 3-0 on the opening day of the Matador Invitational, Friday out at the Matador Tennis Complex.
The University of Arizona Women's Tennis team is back in action this weekend, as junior Inge Hendrikx and senior Laura Oldham head to Northridge, California to represent the Wildcats in the eighth annual Cal State Northridge Matador Fall Collegiate Invitational.
Sophomore Lauren Marker and freshman Hanna Sohn dropped a heartbreaking 8-6 affair to Pepperdine's sixth-seeded tandem of Michaela Cappanolo and Daniele Feneridis in round of 16 doubles play, Saturday on day three of ITA Southwest Regional action.
Sophomore Lauren Marker and freshman Hanna Sohn teamed up to clinch a dominating 8-0 victory over Loyola Marymount's Lisa Piller and Kylie Waschuk, as the tandem advanced to the round of 16 in doubles play on day two of ITA Southwest Regional action Friday afternoon.
University of Arizona sophomore Lauren Marker and freshman Hanna Sohn both find themselves in the round of 32, after each secured victories on day one of ITA Regional Championship play on Thursday.
The University of Arizona women's tennis team returns to action for the first time in two weeks, as it will send three athletes to the ITA Southwest Regional Championships this weekend in San Diego, California.
Junior Shayne Austin and freshman Hanna Sohn finished off their impressive pursuit to the doubles championship in the Wildcat Doubles bracket
Hanna Sohn's impressive tournament performance continued on day two of the Wildcat Invitational