Buffaloes Enter Rankings At 47
BOULDER – Colorado women's tennis has entered the top-50 team rankings in the nation at No.47, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced Wednesday morning.
Colorado (7-3, 1-1 Pac-12) enter the top-50 ranking for the first time under head coach Danielle Steinberg as well as the first time since being ranked 47th on March 10 of 2015.
The jump into the polls comes after the Buffaloes upset then No.12-ranked Cal, who has now dropped to 17th after the weekend. The 4-3 victory over the Golden Bears was the highest-ranked conference win in program history and is the first-ever defeat of a California-based Pac-12 school in conference.
The Buffs head to Eugene this weekend to take on Oregon Friday at 2:30 p.m. MT.