The Cougars enjoy some of the finest tennis facilities in the country. A one million dollar renovation of the outdoor courts in 1995 gave BYU 14 fully lighted courts with full backdrops. The courts are set in banks of two or four for easy viewing.
The four indoor courts have one of the best lighting systems in the country and cushioned chair-back seats for comfortable viewing. The facility has been the training grounds for over 30 All-Americans over the years. The indoor facility plays host to BYU home matches during the winter months and during inclement weather.
Holly Parkinson Hasler enters her first year as head coach for BYU women's tennis. Parkinson Hasler played for BYU in 1997, leading the team to a WAC Championship and eighth place finish in the final ITA national rankings. Parkinson Hasler was ranked 14th nationally in her freshman year and received ITA All-American and WAC Freshman of the Year honors. Following her first year, Parkinson Hasler turned professional where she won six ITF singles titles and played in all four grand slam events. Parkinson Hasler received her highest professional ranking at No. 83 in 2000. She also returned to BYU as an assistant coach from 2002-08, and in February 2017, she was inducted into the Utah Tennis Hall of Fame.
BYU has a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center with nearly 10,000 feet of working space that ranks among the best in the nation. It features 106 stations to accommodate both female and male athletes.
BYU's strength and conditioning staff includes certified athletic trainers, a sports physical therapist, a team physician, team orthopedic surgeons and a wide variety of other medical specialists. The staff has experienced excellent results through its computer-analyzed combination of a strict weight and conditioning program, a carefully planned diet and sufficient rest.
Brigham Young University, the largest private university in the nation, has an outstanding academic reputation and a high commitment to athletics.
BYU has a high commitment to graduation, with a full-time Academic Advisement staff, mentor and tutor programs, and is a member of the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program.
Many of BYU's student athletic competitions are broadcast on BYUtv, which is available in 17 million homes around the country via Dish Network and DirectTV and on cable through over 800 TV providers nationwide. The network is expanding throughout the world, gaining viewers in England, Europe, and Latin America.
The Cougars finished 4th in the conference with a 6-3 record and went 13-8 overall. Senior Mayci Jones and freshman Anastasia Abramyan earned a spot on the All-Conference Team Honorable Mention for singles and doubles. Jones and Abramyan were ranked No. 38 in Doubles and listed as alternates for the NCAA Championships. BYU sophomore Polina Malykh was named to the WCC All-Academic team and Kate Cusick was named an Honorable Mention.