University of Utah women's tennis head coach Ric Mortera has announced the addition of Janet Koch as the assistant coach for the 2019-20 season. Koch comes to Utah following an illustrious four-year tennis career at the University of Kansas.
Last updated at 07:47 PM PT on 5/19/2019
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Stanford||10-0||28-1||vs UGA||VS 10/18 All day|
|Washington||8-2||21-5||vs UCLA||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|UCLA||8-2||21-8||vs UNC||@ 9/26 All day|
|USC||7-3||20-8||vs SCAR||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|California||6-4||13-9||NCAA Individual Championships||VS 3/14|
|Arizona State||5-5||14-11||vs DUKE||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|Washington State||3-7||19-11||NCAA Championship||10/4Cougar Classic|
|Utah||3-7||13-11||vs ARIZ||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|Colorado||3-7||10-14||vs WSU||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|Arizona||2-8||12-12||vs UCLA||4/22Pac-12 Championships - First Round|
|Oregon||0-10||7-16||vs ASU||10/5ITA All-American Championships|
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