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Razorbacks Fall to UCLA in NCAA First-Round

Razorbacks Fall to UCLA in NCAA First-Round

The No. 31 University of Arkansas women’s tennis dropped a 4-1 decision to No. 20 UCLA on Saturday in the NCAA Round of 64 at the Stillwater Regional. The Razorbacks fall to 16-10 overall this season with the loss.

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The No. 31 University of Arkansas women’s tennis team is set to take on the UCLA Bruins in the NCAA Tournament Round of 64 at the Stillwater Regional on Saturday, May 7 at 1 p.m. CT.

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Graduate student Tatum Rice was selected for the NCAA Singles Championships on Tuesday evening. Rice is ranked No. 65 in the latest ITA rankings and was an at-large selection for the individual tournament.

The No. 30 Razorbacks are traveling to Stillwater, Okla. where they will play No. 18 UCLA in the Round of 64 on Saturday, May 7.

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Graduate student Tatum Rice was selected to the First Team All-SEC as announced by the Southeastern Conference office on Thursday.

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The fifth-seeded Arkansas women’s tennis team concluded its run at the SEC Tournament on Friday, falling in a 4-1 decision to fourth-seeded Florida in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament.

The No. 30 University of Arkansas women’s tennis team defeated No. 64 Mississippi State, 4-1, to advance to the quarterfinals at the SEC Tournament.

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