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WSU tennis gears up for another big weekend

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Good morning, Coug fans!

With some more buzz from some new twitter friends this past week, I figured we could keep the conversation going as your favorite Washington State University Tennis team continues their success this weekend!

If you recall, last week WSU proved once again that the superior Cougar hails from Pullman, Washington- beating BYU 6-1.

This weekend, WSU will host Montana, Eastern Washington, and Idaho. The matches begin today at 2pm Pacific Time with Montana, and a double header Saturday with Eastern Washington at 11am Pacific and 4pm for Idaho!

As for last week against BYU, both new freshman standouts Elyse Tse and Maxine Murphey recorded wins in singles and doubles, which is an exciting development for the program.

But let’s look ahead, shall we? Montana brings a 1-1 record to Pullman after losing 0-7 to Utah, but beating Seattle University 4-3. They’ve yet to play in conference, and still haven’t played at home. Against the Cougs specifically, Montana is down 39-4.

For Eastern Washington, the Eagles lost to University of Washington 0-7, and head back across the state for hopefully a more embarrassing defeat (kidding, but how great would it be to dunk on the Huskies a little bit? I’m mixing my sports metaphors. Back to regularly scheduled programing now). Eastern Washington currently has a 26 match losing streak to the Cougs, so that is also fun and exciting.

And finally, Idaho. Idaho has yet to play a game this season, so this is their spring opener. It feels strange to qualify this as spring, seeing as I am writing this from a winter storm in Chicago, but nonetheless. WSU leads the series against Idaho as well, up 34-18!

As always, you can follow along with the live stats here: and follow tennis on twitter at @WsuCougarTennis ! We expect to see more big games from freshman Tse and Murphey along with returners Michaela Bayerlova, Yang Lee, Fifa Kumhom and Savanna Ly-Nguyen.

Go Cougs! Stay warm!


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