No. 58 Arizona women's tennis team will compete against the University of San Diego on Friday (1 p.m. MST) before taking on Northern Arizona (10 a.m. MST) and New Mexico State (2 p.m. MST) on Saturday
No. 65 Arizona lost to No. 31 Rice on Saturday, splitting the Texas road trip, and bringing the team's record to 3-2.
The Arizona women's tennis team swept Houston to improve to 3-1, and will stay in Texas to take on Rice University tomorrow at 10 a.m. MST.
The No. 65 Wildcats will play against No. 44 Houston on Friday Feb. 5 at 11 a.m. MST a day before competing against No. 31 Rice University at 10 a.m. MST.
No. 65 Arizona beat No. 43 Princeton 6-1 just a day after Thursday's sweep of UTEP.
No. 64 Arizona swept UTEP in their home opener on Thursday, and will play Princeton tomorrow at 2 p.m. MST.
The No. 65 Arizona women's tennis team will play UTEP in their first home match of the spring season this Thursday at 1 pm MST.
Arizona lost their first dual match against Hawaii on Sunday by a score of 4-3
Two months after concluding its fall campaign, the No. 63 Arizona women's tennis team is preparing to take on Hawaii, its first opponent of the spring season, this Sunday, Jan. 24 in Honolulu.
The University of Arizona Women's Tennis team has been placed at No. 64 in the initial team rankings, while junior Lauren Marker has also been ranked No. 64 in the first individual poll, released by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association on Tuesday.
Head coach Vicky Maes and the women's tennis program are extremely excited to announce the signing of Paris Corley from Grants, N.M. Corley, a five-star recruit and one of the nation's best seniors will join the Wildcats in the fall of 2016.
Junior Samantha Czarniak won the singles black draw championship and all four Wildcats won their singles matches in what was a dominating final day for Arizona at the SDSU Fall Classic II on Sunday