COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M women’s tennis hosts UNLV and Lamar for a Friday double header at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. The Aggies showdown against the Runnin’ Rebels at noon (CT) and oppose the Cardinals at 4 p.m. (CT).
The Aggies return to the courts after a sweeping the home-opening double header against UTSA and Houston on Jan. 19. The Maroon & White posted 7-0 wins against both in-state foes, the Aggies have not surrendered a point yet this season through four matches. Against the Roadrunners and Cougars the Aggies dropped just one set.
“The team is very excited to get back out on the courts to compete in our double header with both UNLV and Lamar,” Texas A&M women’s tennis head coach Mark Weaver said. “The team has been playing at a very high level thus far in matches and we have been making some great progress on the practice courts since we last played on January 19th.”
Texas A&M is 5-3 all-time against UNLV and are facing off the for the first time since the 2010 season, while the Aggies hold a 7-3 mark against Lamar after topping the Beaumont-based squad 7-0 last season.
Admission to tennis is free for all fans, but fans wishing to be a part of the Stadium Club can visit https://www.12thmanfoundation.com/tickets/tennis/index.html to secure their place for the men's and women's tennis season. Fans unable to make it the Mitchell Tennis Center can follow live scoring at tamustats.com or watch live video at 12thman.com/livetennis. With inclement weather in the forecast for Friday, fans should stay @AggieWTEN on twitter for schedule updates.
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The Aggies remain in the friendly confines of the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center as TCU and Prairie View A&M head to College Station for a Monday afternoon double header. The Aggies will take on the Horned Frogs at noon (CT) followed by a 4 p.m. (CT) matchup against the Panthers.