BYU Women's Tennis FAQ

HOW HAS BYU FARED IN ITS CONFERENCE?
The Cougars won the Mountain West Conference Championship in 2007 with a 7-1 record, including a 4-3 win over TCU for the first time since it joined the league. The Cougars earned five All-Conference honors, including MWC Coach of the Year Craig Manning in 2007. In 2006 the Cougars finished second and earned four All-Conference honors. Overall, BYU has won 21 Conference Championships in 33 years (including WAC and HCAC). In 2011, two Cougars were earned All-Conference honors. The Cougars played in the West Coast Conference in 2012.

HOW HAS BYU FARED NATIONALLY?
The Cougars finished the 2007 season ranked No. 26 nationally after playing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2006 BYU finished with a No. 30 ranking and an NCAA Tournament appearance. 

HOW CAN I BUY A MEDIA GUIDE?
Media guides are available online by clicking here.

HOW CAN I BUY TICKETS?
Generally there is not a charge for regular-season tennis matches. 

HOW DO I GET TO THE MATCH, AND WHERE CAN I PARK?
BYU Tennis matches are played at the BYU Tennis Complex, located directly south of the Smith Fieldhouse, at 1050 North 150 East in Provo. Parking is available in the lots across from the practice fields (northwest of the Fieldhouse) and on the other side of the tennis courts to the south. 

For more information and directions to the venue, visit www.byutickets.com and click on "Venues" on the left menu. 

HOW LONG HAS THE PROGRAM EXISTED AT BYU?
Records have been kept in women's tennis since 1975.