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Men’s Tennis Announces Spring Schedule

Dec 29, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY – With spring right around the corner, Utah men's tennis coach Roeland Brateanu has announced the 2022 Spring slate for the Utes. Utah will host 15 matches at the George S. Eccles Tennis Center.
Utah is slated to play 27 matches, including ten matches against 2021 NCAA Tournament Teams. To view the complete schedule, click here.
Utah will open the season on Saturday, Jan. 15, with a doubleheader against Idaho State. The Utes will be on the road for the next four matches as they head to Denver (Jan. 21), New Mexico (Jan. 23), and face UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 29) and Loyola Marymount (Jan. 30) in Los Angeles. 
Utah returns home to open a nine-match homestand over February. In February, the first match at home will be against Loyola Marymount on Saturday, Feb. 4. That Sunday (Feb. 6), Utah will welcome Texas Tech to Salt Lake City. 
Utah hosts Gonzaga, Boise State, and Nevada on Feb. 12-13. Utah will face Gonzaga Saturday, Feb. 12, before closing out the week playing Boise State and Nevada on Sunday. On Sunday, Feb. 20, Utah will host Drake and Montana State. The Utes close out the month of February by hosting Montana and Weber State on Feb. 26. 
Following the homestand, Utah hits the road for six matches, all taking place in California. They start in San Diego, Calif. By taking on San Diego State and UC San Diego on March 6. Utah then heads to the Bay Area to face Stanford (March 11) and California (March 13). Utah will close out their six-match road swing in the USD Invite. They will play host San Diego on March 18 and Harvard on March 19. 
The Utes will host four of their final six matches in Salt Lake City. On March 25, Oregon comes to the George S. Eccles Tennis Complex, followed by Washington on March 27. Following a weekend in Arizona, where Utah faces Arizona (April 8) and Arizona State (April 10), Utah closes out the regular season hosting USC and UCLA on April 15 and 17. 
The Pac-12 Championships will be played in Ojai, California, from April 20-23.