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No. 38 WT Hosts Doubleheader Friday
March 8, 2018


WACO, Texas - The 38th-ranked Baylor women's tennis program welcomes Incarnate Word and 37th-ranked Michigan to Hurd Tennis Center for a dual match doubleheader on Friday, March 9. The Bears open the day with at 10 a.m. (CT) match against the Cardinals and wrap up with a 5 p.m. match against the Wolverines.

Another session of Cub Tennis will be held at 4 p.m. prior to the match against Michigan. The free clinic is open to kids 11 and under who wear athletic clothing and shoes. Tennis equipment is provided.

Baylor brings a three-match win streak into the doubleheader, registering victories at No. 32 Washington, against No. 11 Ohio State and at Rice. After falling out of the rankings, the Bears have elevated themselves to 38th in the national poll with three upset victories.

The upcoming matches at home provide Baylor with a final tuneup for its Big 12 Conference-opening road trip at Kansas and Kansas State, March 12-13.

"We need to start the day by giving our best against Incarnate Word and maintain our focus for a tough Michigan opponent," head coach Joey Scrivano. "This doubleheader is another great opportunity for our team to improve, especially in the area of mental toughness. I've seen some amazing growth with this team and it's so much fun to be a part of it."

Incarnate Word enters the doubleheader with a 1-8 record this season, while 37th-ranked Michigan is 4-6 this year.

Two Wolverines are nationally ranked in singles, including No. 21 Kate Fahey and No. 81 Chiara Lommer. Michigan's doubles duo of Brienne Minor and Mira Ruder-Hook is ranked No. 42 nationally.

For an inside look at the Baylor women's tennis program, follow the team's official social media accounts (@BaylorWTennis Twitter and Instagram, /BaylorWTennis on Facebook).

The Last Meeting
Incarnate Word1
Baylor6
March 2, 2017
Waco, Texas

The Last Meeting
Baylor0
#10 Michigan7
February 19, 2017
Ann Arbor, Mich.
WT Falls to No. 10 Michigan
The Baylor women’s tennis team (6-1) dropped their first match of the season, 7-0, to No. 10 Michigan (7-1) on Sunday afternoon in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Wolverines lead the all-time series 3-1.


 

 

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