This Week for the Wildcats: No. 32 Arizona (10-8, 1-2) goes on the road this week to play
Last Time Out: Last weekend,
Scouting the Huskies: The Washington Huskies are 2-13 on the season and 0-4 in the Pac-10. The Huskies went 15-9 last season. Head Coach Jill Hultquist is in her first season at
Scouting the Cougars: The Cougars are 11-9 on the season, and 0-4 in the Pac-10.
The Doubles Point: In nine of its 18 matches this year,
Wildcats in the Rankings:
Wildcats in the Spotlight: Only a sophomore, No. 61 Juliette Mavroleon leads her team with the best singles record, 13-4. Last weekend, Mavroleon defeated UCLA’s No. 42 Tracy Lin. During the spring season, Mavroleon defeated No. 49 Luana Magnani of USC and will look to stay competitive and throughout the rest of the season.
“Juliette has been the most consistent player on our force,” said head coach Vicky Maes. “She worked incredibly hard in the fall and now it is truly paying off. She is really talented and we hope to see her continue like this throughout the next few years.”
No. 48 Freshman Danielle Steinberg is quickly earning her position on the team. Steinberg holds a singles record of 11-5, with all five losses coming at the hands of ranked players. Two of Steinberg’s big wins were against Fresno States No. 21 Melanie Gloria and USC’s No. 49 Luana Magnani.
Fall Action: After finishing the 2005 season with three ranked players,