All good things must come to an end, but for three Arizona seniors, the end was a high note as the Wildcats defeated No. 53 Utah 4-1 on Friday.
College athletes come in as freshmen wide eyed and ready to learn.
Arizona kept it close but was unable to close out any matches as the Wildcats fell to No. 3 UCLA 4-0, dropping their record to 11-14 on the year.
Robin Chou was on his way to winning his first match of the dual season, but it wasn't enough as USC validated their No. 2 ranking on Friday, defeating Arizona 5-0. The loss drops Arizona to 11-13 on the year.
No. 2 USC and No. 3 UCLA come to Tucson this weekend, as the Wildcats host the Trojans Friday, Apr. 11 at 1 p.m. and the Bruins Sunday, Apr. 13 at 12 p.m.
Despite senior Mario Urquidi's impressive victory, the Cats were unable to come up with the team win, falling to Oregon 4-1 on Saturday in Eugene, Ore.
Arizona hung around, but was unable to close out Washington on Friday, as they fell to the Huskies 4-2 in Seattle.
For the first Pac-12 road trip of the year, it's shaping up to be a momentous one for the Wildcats.
Sunday's match at the Robson Tennis Center left the Cats with the short end of the stick as they lost to Stanford 4-3 in a dramatic finish.
Every match was close for the Cats, but none were able to put their opponents away on Friday as Arizona lost to the Golden Bears 4-0.
While the Wildcats are moving into the toughest part of their season as Pac-12 play begins, they haven't forgotten about the rest of the community as they continue their philanthropy efforts.
Arizona closed out its weekend play at the LaNelleRobsonTennisCenter on Sunday with a 6-1 win over visiting Saint Mary's College, moving the Cats to 11-8 on the season.