Just a few days after becoming the first Texas men’s tennis team to ascend to the nation’s number one spot in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll, the Longhorns began their weekend in Oklahoma with a trip to Stillwater to face the No. 26 Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Texas women’s tennis hasn’t lost a single regular season match to a Big 12 foe in just under two years. Not even winds exceeding 25 miles per hour were going to change that. On Wednesday, Texas headed to Waco to take on Baylor.
On a roster of 10 players for the No. 4 Texas men’s tennis team, five of them played their last regular season match at Texas Tennis Center on Sunday, taking on the No. 6 Baylor Bears, who the Longhorns had beaten each of the past three years.
The No. 4 Texas Longhorns took to the Texas Tennis Center on Friday night seeking to open Big 12 play with a win, while also securing an 18–2 record, which would tie the school record for wins through 20 games.