Women's Tennis
Newly Ranked Pack at Home for Three Conference Matches





RENO, Nev. - The No. 65 ranked Nevada women's tennis team (7-6, 2-0) will compete in three Western Athletic Conference matches at Lakeridge Tennis Club this weekend.

In addition to some national recognition on the team front, Nevada's Maria Mizyuk is the No. 69 ranked singles player this week.

The Pack will play a double header Friday, taking on New Mexico State at 1 p.m. and Louisiana Tech at 5 p.m.  Saturday, the women will meet Boise State at 2:30 p.m.

This weekend marks the first of two consecutive weekends of WAC play, and a total of six consecutive matches in conference for Nevada.  The next few weekends will set the tone for the WAC Tournament in Fresno, Calif. April 29-March 2.

Coming off a defeat of No. 41 Marshall University and a loss to No. 75 San Diego, the women look to improve their undefeated WAC record, while playing in front of their home crowd.

The No. 45 ranked Broncos (12-5) are the only team in the WAC besides Nevada to boast a national ranking, as the Pack jumped back into the national picture this week.  The Broncos have not competed in a conference match this season.

Lousiana Tech comes into their matches this weekend with an overall record of 7-11, most recently defeating Grambling 7-0, Mar. 25 in Rustin, LA.

The Aggies of New Mexico State come into their matches with a 7-9 record.


 

 

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