AaronS | Posted: 10 Apr 2013 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Netters host Gonzaga for second match this week

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PROVO, Utah – With one win already under its belt this week, the BYU women’s tennis team hosts conference foe Gonzaga on Saturday at noon at the outdoor tennis courts.
 
The Cougars (8-9, 1-4 West Coast Conference) upset No. 70 Washington State on Monday to earn their first win over a ranked opponent.
 
On Monday, junior Desiree Tran moved to the No. 2 singles position against the Cougars and clinched the victory for BYU. With the win, Tran improved to 4-0 at the No. 2 spot.
 
Nicolette Tran, the younger sister of Desiree, remains undefeated at home in singles play.
 
The Bulldogs (9-8, 0-5 WCC) have currently lost four consecutive matches. Their most recent win came on the road against Radford State on March 15.
 
BYU won the only meeting between these two teams with a 6-1 victory in Spokane in 2012.
 
Admission is free and pizza will be provided. Fans may park at the Y parking lots to the south of the tennis courts. 

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