The 43rd ranked Stanford Cardinal proved to be too much, as it defeated Arizona 7-0, Saturday up in Palo Alto.
A short-handed Arizona squad gave it all it had, but it wasn't able to keep up with No. 30 California, as the Golden Bears defeated the Wildcats 4-0, Friday out at the Hellman Tennis Complex.
The Wildcats continue their play away from home, as they open up Pac-12 play this weekend when they face No. 30 California, Friday at 3 pm in Berkeley, and No. 43 Stanford, Saturday at 2 pm in Palo Alto.
Just a day after suffering one of their toughest defeats of the season, the Wildcats responded by claiming arguably their most dramatic victory of the year, as freshman Shoki Kasahara rallied to take down Axel Damiens, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 on court six to clinch a 4-3 win over No. 65 Cal Poly, Sunday afternoon out at the Appleton Tennis Center in Boise, Idaho.
For the second consecutive match, Arizona competed until the very end, but the Wildcats couldn't quite hang on for the win, as they dropped a 4-3 heartbreaker to Boise State, Saturday out at the Appleton Tennis Center.
Arizona battled until the very end, but it wasn't quite enough, as the Wildcats fell to Fresno State, 4-3, Thursday afternoon out at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center.
Arizona dominated from start to finish, as the Wildcats never trailed on their way to a convincing 5-2 victory over Navy, Wednesday afternoon out at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center in Fresno, California.
The transition from high school to college is usually a tough one for any student to endure; a new school, a new culture, and a new routine to get accustomed to. Take those factors and imagine having to get used to an entirely different country as well.
The Wildcats are set to begin a busy week of dual play, as they'll take on four opponents within a five-day span, starting with matches against Navy, Wednesday at 1 pm PT and Fresno State, Thursday at 11 am PT. Both matches will be held at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center in Fresno, California.
The Wildcats were able to rally and competed right down to the very end, but couldn't quite get by Southern Miss, as they fell 4-2, Saturday morning in Corpus Christi.
Arizona reached the semifinals and earned a split on day one of the 2015 H-E-B Tournament of Champions, Friday out at the Thomas J. Henry Tennis Center in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The University of Arizona Men's Tennis team hits the road for the first time this season, as it will compete in the 2015 H-E-B Tournament of Champions, Friday and Saturday out at the Thomas J. Henry Tennis Center and H-E-B Tennis Center in Corpus Christi, Texas.