jkitchen | Posted: 30 Jan 2015 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Cougars look to bounce back at Denver

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DENVER - No. 55 BYU women's tennis looks to bounce back after a disappointing loss to Utah State on Wednesday when it visits No. 69 University of Denver Saturday at 4:00 p.m.

The Pioneers are the second ranked team the Cougars have faced on the road this season. Two weeks ago, BYU beat No. 37 Houston 4-3 in Houston and will look to continue their good play against ranked opponents this weekend.

Sophomores Toby Miclat and Savannah Ware have played well this season in big matches. Miclat came up big against Houston, clinching the match with her singles victory. Ware has yet to drop a set in singles, winning all three of her matchups in straight sets. 

Denver comes off two consecutive 4-0 losses to ranked opponents, losing to No. 14 USC and No. 51 Wichita State in the ITA Kick-off. Live stats will be available through the Pioneer's athletic website. 

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