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Ute Briefs: Women’s Tennis heads to Provo

By James Boehly

After a tough loss against South Carolina two weeks ago, the Utah women’s tennis team is back in action tonight as it heads to Provo to face San Diego State and UNLV.The Utes (9-5) are ranked No. 56 in the polls and are looking to get back to their winning ways.

Last year, when the Utes faced both San Diego State and UNLV in the same weekend, they lost both games by a wide margin. Utah hopes to avoid the same outcome as it begins the final eight games of the season against Mountain West Conference opponents. The play of Elizabeth Ferris and Emily Kwok will be key for the Utes as they attempt to snag another victory.

The Utes will play San Diego today and will face UNLV on Saturday.

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