PROVO, Utah--The BYU men's tennis team will be having their annual Cougar Raqueteeer Day at 9 a.m. this Saturday, Sept. 28 at the BYU outdoor courts.
The annual event is for all BYU tennis supporters, past, present and future. Participants will be paired with members of the men's team for round-robin doubles competition.
"This has been a great way to get more involved with the BYU tennis team," head coach Brad Pearce said. "We will have a Blue draw and White draw to accommodate the various levels of our Racqueteers, so please don’t feel like you have to be at the “top of your game” to come and play; it’s all about the fun and getting involved with our new guys and our program."
The Cougars have compiled a 36-0 record over the last four years against all mountain region opponents, including Utah, Boise State, Denver, UNLV, New Mexico, Utah State, Weber State, and other mountain region schools.
Warm-up: 8:30 am
Round-Robin begins: 9:00 am
Brunch (3rd floor Conference Room, Student Athlete Building): 11:00 am
Please RSVP to Bryan McKinnon if you would like to participate in any of the day's events, at 801-422-8734 or Bryan_Mckinnon@byu.edu.