Arkansas University men’s tennis team will wrap up its non-conference home schedule by hosting the Omaha Mavericks today. Entry is free and live stats and video are available on the men’s tennis calendar page. The matchup was originally supposed to be a doubleheader, but the Razorbacks and Mavericks will only play once on Sunday.
The two teams last met last year when Arkansas beat Omaha in a doubleheader at home, 7-0 in both games. The Razorbacks wrap up their six home games, looking for a win before entering conference play. Arkansas will take the field for the first time in more than a week after defeating Tulsa, 4-1, in a midweek matchup.
In the win, the Razorbacks continued their doubles dominance, grabbing the run in their final six games. The Mavericks are 8-3 this double-season and won 4-3 against Georgetown University on Friday. In the latest ITA ranking, Omaha lands at No.
75 for its first national ranking in program history. In doubles, the pairing of Ryoma Mishiro and Ethan Gaubert is 3-0 in first place and 8-2 overall
About the University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas is a public university in the United States of America.
It is the flagship of the Arkansas State University system. The campus, located in the city of Fayetteville, covers approximately 140 acres and consists of more than 130 buildings. It was founded in 1871 under the name of Arkansas Industrial University, and the first courses began in January 1872.
It assumed its current name in 1899. In September 2022, it exceeded 30,000 students enrolled, reaching 30,936. The University of Arkansas campus sweeps across hilltops on the western side of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Among the 378 buildings on the campus, 11 buildings have been added to the National Register of Historic Places individually, with most buildings in the historic core being named as contributing properties to the University of Arkansas Campus Historic District.
UA’s athletic teams, the Arkansas Razorbacks, compete in NCAA Division I as members of the Southeastern Conference with eight men’s teams and eleven women’s teams in thirteen sports. The university is known for its traditions, including Calling the Hogs at sports events, and the Senior Walk, more than 4 miles of campus sidewalk etched with the names of all UA graduates since 1871. Photo Credits: University of Arkansas website
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