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.