#31 ASU Hosts New Mexico State Wednesday
TEMPE - No. 31 Sun Devils (9-5) welcome New Mexico State (3-6) Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. to the Whiteman Tennis Center. ASU is back home after a four-match Pac-12 road stretch. Fans are permitted to the match but capacity is limited to a first-come basis and masks and physical distancing are required.
ASU is 6-0 at home but coming off a pair of 6-1 losses to No. 26 Stanford and No. 20 California. Giulia Morlet picked up the lone point against Stanford, winning No. 4 singles 6-2, 6-4. The Sun Devil's point against Cal came from clinching the doubles point.
NMSU won 5-2 against both UTRGV and Seattle. Gavi Kalaga leads the team with a 7-1 record, her wins all coming consecutively.