No. 39 USC Women’s Tennis Visits Arizona and Arizona State
This week, the No. 39 Women of Troy travel to the desert to challenge Arizona on Friday (Apr.2) at 1:30 p.m. PT, and take on No. 34 Arizona State on Saturday (Apr. 3) at 12 p.m. PT.
The Women of Troy dropped to No. 39 in the national rankings after their 5-2 loss to Oregon last week. After the new singles and doubles rankings were released, USC now boasts two ranked singles players: No. 69 Naomi Cheong and No. 123 Eryn Cayetano. The Trojans do not have any ranked doubles pairs.
The Arizona Wildcats are 11-8 overall and 0-5 in Pac-12 Conference play. Arizona is not ranked as a team, nor do they have any ranked singles players or doubles pairs. In their last two matches against New Mexico State, they were victorious 6-1 in both matches. USC holds a 54-15 all-time record over Arizona dating back to their initial meeting in 1980.
SCOUTING ARIZONA STATE
The Arizona State Dun Devils are 10-5 overall and 3-2 in Pac-12 Conference play. Arizona State is ranked No. 34 in the nation as a team. They have one ranked singles player: No. 119 Ilze Hattingh. The Sun Devils do not have any ranked doubles pairs. In their last match against New Mexico State, the Sun Devils won 7-0. USC holds a 55-24 all-time record over Arizona State dating back to their initial meeting in 1980.
WATCH THE TROJANS
All matches at Marks Stadium can be viewed through PlaySight. Please visit USCTrojans.com to watch live streams of the matches as well as view live scoring. .
If road matches are live streamed, links to the video can be found on the schedule page at USCTrojans.com.
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