Texas’ last two opponents, No. 12 Stanford and No. 17 Pepperdine, proved to be forces, leaving the Longhorns with two consecutive losses — one at home and one on the road. Now, Texas is coming home with its focus on No. 16 Michigan.
The No. 5 Texas Longhorns returned to the 40 Acres Sunday afternoon after comfortably defending their home turf with a 6-1 win over Nebraska and a 4-3 win over UTSA to remain undefeated at home for the season.
No. 3 Texas hosted a full house Saturday in their highly anticipated match against No. 12 Stanford. After a hard-fought battle, Texas fell 4-3, earning its first home loss and pivoting its record to 8–2.
Texas women’s tennis kept its streak of sweeps alive, beating Brown 7-0 on Sunday to advance its record to 8–1 and remain undefeated at home in a win that served as a battle between the programs past and present.
Following a disappointing first round exit in Chicago at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, the 6---–1 Longhorn women’s tennis squad is set to pick up some momentum in its return to the Forty Acres.