April 27, 2011
Tucson - The 34th-ranked Arizona women's tennis team is on the road to Ojai, Calif. where the Wildcats will compete in the 2011 Pac-10 Championships. Five members of the squad will be competing in singles and doubles play Thursday-Sunday.
In the women's singles championship, Sarah Landsman, Natasha Marks and Lacey Smyth will be representing the Wildcats. The singles round of 32 will be played on Thurs., April, 28. Landsman will play Courtney Dolehide from UCLA at 8 a.m. Marks is set to play California's Annie Goransson at 11 a.m. Smyth will battle No. 8 Taylor Davis from California at 9:30 a.m. To view the singles championship draw, click here.
The doubles teams of Sarah Landsman and Kim Stubbe and Natasha Marks and Lacey Smyth will pair up to compete in the doubles championship scheduled to be played on Fri., April 29. Landsman and Stubbe are matched up against the third-ranked team of McCall Jones and Noelle Kicky from UCLA at 9 a.m. Marks and Smyth will take on Venise Chan and Samantha Smith from Washington at 10 a.m. To view the doubles championship draw, click here.
Jane Huh and No. 2 Kim Stubbe have been invited to represent Arizona in invitational singles play. Huh has a bye in round of 32 and will play Olga Musilovich from Washington State in round of 16. The match is scheduled to be played at 2 p.m. on Thurs., April 28. Stubbe also has a bye in round of 32 and will play the winner of Amelia Herring from Stanford and Stephany Chang from California. The round of 16 match is set to be played at 11 a.m. on Thursday. To view the invitational singles draw, click here.
In doubles invitational play, the fourth-ranked team of Jane Huh and Susan Mc Rann has a bye in the round of 32 and will play Stephany Chang and Catie Visco from California at 3 p.m. on Fri., April 29. To view the invitational doubles draw, click here.
Arizona finished the regular season with a 15-9 overall record and a 2-6 Pac-10 record. The overall record marks the winningest season for head coach Vicky Maes since taking the reins of the Wildcat program in 2001.