BYU challenges Wisconsin at home
PROVO, Utah – After back-to-back wins last weekend, the BYU women’s tennis team looks to continue momentum at home as it takes on the Wisconsin Badgers Saturday at the Indoor Tennis Courts.
BYU (2-2) continues match play after topping Denver, 4-3, and Nevada, 5-2, last weekend at home.
Wisconsin (5-1) is coming off a 6-1 upset over No. 37 North Carolina State.
Senior Megan Price, playing at the No. 2 position, and freshman Meghan Sheehan-Dizon, playing at the No. 4 position, lead the team in singles wins, each with a 3-1 record in dual matches. The two pair up to form the No. 1 doubles team.
Along with Price and Sheehan-Dizon, junior Aubrey Paul won both her singles matches last weekend.
The last meeting between the two teams came in Feb. 2006 when the Cougars routed the Badgers, 7-0.
BYU leads the all-time series with Wisconsin, 14-5.
Match play begins at noon Saturday at the BYU Indoor Tennis Courts.
Spectators may park in the “Y Lot” parking lots to the northwest and southwest of the courts all day Saturday. Admission is free and pizza will be provided.
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