Both the men's and women's tennis teams saw big wins over the weekend.
This is the second installment of a five-part series on athletes returning to UTA’s sports teams after the pandemic shortened their senior seasons.
The Sun Belt Conference has suspended all regular-season competitions and conference championships across all sports indefinitely due to coronavirus concerns.
The honor comes after junior Momoka Horiguchi’s tennis performance against Florida Gulf Coast and Florida Atlantic University this past week, going a combined 3-0.
Freshman Angel Diaz won four singles matches before losing in the quarterfinals but improved his odds to play at the ITA National Fall Championships.
This is the last in a series about the equipment and traditions that UTA’s athletic teams embrace. The series looks at a different sport each week, giving students a more intimate look at the relationships athletes have with their gear.
Senior Guanarteme Nuez was selected to represent the Sun Belt Conference at the 2018 Oracle ITA Masters tennis tournament, the organization announced Wednesday.
It was an old wild west shootout as the men’s tennis team (4-1) defeated the Midwestern State University Mustangs 4-3 in temperatures slightly above freezing on Saturday at the UTA Tennis Center.
The men’s tennis team (0-1) opened up its spring campaign with a 6-1 loss to Harvard University on Sunday at the SMU Tennis Complex.