Freshman Cheyenne Reveche is 7-1 in singles this season.
Feb. 23, 2005
Salt Lake City - THIS WEEK: The University of Utah women's tennis team heads to Nebraska and Oklahoma this week to face Big 12 opponents. The Utes play Kansas State on Fri., Feb. 25, No. 38 Nebraska on Sat., Feb. 26 and the University of Kansas on Sun., Feb. 27.
REVIEWING LAST WEEK: Utah hosted three matches on Feb. 12, 13 and 14. The Utes picked up two wins and one loss. They defeated the University of Nevada (6-1) and UTEP (4-3) but suffered a close (4-3) loss to Boise State University.
Currently, the women*s tennis team has a 7-3 mark on the season.
SCOUTING THE OPPONENT: Kansas State is 1-3 this season. The Wildcats have dropped close matches to No. 22 BYU (4-3) and No. 54 Arkansas (4-3). No. 59 University of Arkansas downed KSU 7-0. The Wildcats lone win was over Drake University.
No. 38 Nebraska is dominating in the Big 12 Conference with an 8-1 mark. The No. 38 ranking is the best in school history for the Huskers. Their only loss this season was to No. 13 Texas.
The University of Kansas is struggling with a 1-6 record. The Jay Hawks defeated Illinois State for their only win.
QUOTING HEAD COACH Megan Dorny: "We are excited to go take on three tough Big 12 opponents this weekend. It will be a good measuring stick for our team's progess. We have played four straight matches at home so it will be a good challenge for us going back out on the road. Whitney Eber and Cheyenne Reveche have started the year off very strong for us. Both have only lost one match. To be successful this weekend it will be important for us to improve our doubles play. Nebraska will the toughest opponent of the three, but Kansas and Kansas State always have talented teams."