Arizona women's tennis released its 2012 fall schedule and 2013 spring schedule, the University announced this week.
Aug. 23, 2012
TUCSON, Ariz. -
Arizona women’s tennis released its 2012 fall schedule and 2013 spring schedule, the University announced this week. The Wildcats will face 13 teams that finished in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s top 50 in 2012.
UA will travel to several tournaments in the fall season, including the Riviera ITA Women’s All-American Championships, the Falcon Fall Invitational, ITA Regionals, the Lobos Invitational and the SDSU Fall Classic II. Arizona will kick off the fall on Sept. 29 and conclude on Nov. 12.
During the spring season, the Wildcats will defend their undefeated season in hosting Northern Arizona University and UC Davis, before traveling to College Station, Texas for the ITA Kick-Off Weekend with Minnesota, Texas A&M and North Texas.
Arizona will return to Robson Tennis Center to host Sacramento State and Texas Tech, take on SDSU and San Diego in San Diego, Calif. and return home once again to host Fresno State and Santa Clara.
The Wildcats will travel to Dallas, Texas to take on TCU and North Texas and host Utah State before opening their Pac-12 Championships at Utah and Colorado on March 8 and 10, respectively.
The road matches will continue, as UA will go to Eugene, Ore., Pullman, Wash. and Seattle, Wash. to play Oregon, Washington State and Washington.
Arizona will finally return home to host UCLA, USC, Stanford and California before finishing the regular season at rival Arizona State on April 20 in Tempe, Ariz.
The Pac-12 Championships will take place April 25-28 in Ojai, Calif.
The Wildcats will return five players from the 2012 squad, including juniors Lacey Smyth (Oceanside, Calif.), Susan Mc Rann (Dublin, Ireland) and Kim Stubbe (Mol, Belgium) and sophomores Laura Oldham (Sheffield, England) and Hailey Johnson (San Diego, Calif.). Together, they advanced to the second round of NCAA Regionals, before falling to No. 7 North Carolina in a tight match.
For complete results and continued coverage of Arizona women’s tennis, visit ArizonaWildcats.com.