The University of Arkansas women’s tennis team opens its home season at the Billingsley Tennis Center this weekend. As reported by the Arkansas University website, the Razorbacks faced the Memphis Tigers yesterday, Friday February 10, 2023.
Arkansas is coming off a two-week hiatus after attending the ITA Kickoff Weekend in Palo Alto, California on the Stanford campus. The Razorbacks fell to a tough 4-3 battle against Florida State, but came back with a 4-0 win over Kansas State.
The Memphis Tigers hold a 1-6 record this dual season, with their lone win coming over Columbia, 4-2. The Tigers faced Mississippi State last Sunday, losing 1-4, but winning the double point over the Bulldogs. Sophomore Emily Meyer leads the team with four singles wins, going 4-2 in fourth place.
In doubles, Meyer teams with Aran Teixido Garcia to post a 3-2 record on court one.
About the University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas is a public university in the United States of America. It is the flagship of the Arkansas State University system.
The campus, located in the city of Fayetteville, covers approximately 140 acres and consists of more than 130 buildings. It was founded in 1871 under the name of Arkansas Industrial University, and the first courses began in January 1872.
It assumed its current name in 1899. In September 2022, it exceeded 30,000 students enrolled, reaching 30,936. The University of Arkansas campus sweeps across hilltops on the western side of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Among the 378 buildings on the campus, 11 buildings have been added to the National Register of Historic Places individually, with most buildings in the historic core being named as contributing properties to the University of Arkansas Campus Historic District.
UA’s athletic teams, the Arkansas Razorbacks, compete in NCAA Division I as members of the Southeastern Conference with eight men’s teams and eleven women’s teams in thirteen sports. The university is known for its traditions, including Calling the Hogs at sports events, and the Senior Walk, more than 4 miles of campus sidewalk etched with the names of all UA graduates since 1871. Photo Credits: University of Arkansas website