Trailblazer Tennis heads to Arizona for four matches as they face Arizona Christian, Mesa CC, and Ottawa University from Saturday through Monday.

By the Numbers
  • Arizona Christian: 2-0 start, with senior Deondra Bacchus ranking No. 39 in the NAIA in singles.
  • Mesa Community College: Coming off a 5-7 overall record in 2023 and returns three student-athletes.
  • Ottawa University: Out to an 0-3 start this season, led by the double teams of freshman Martina Antich and junior Katherine Frayre Busani.
  • Trailblazers: Currently 0-5 for the season, with recent losses against Weber State and Idaho State.
State of Play
  • Trailblazers coming off a pair of losses and their home opener, and previously battling tough against Utah and Montana State.
  • Utah Tech's roster consists of 11 student-athletes, including four freshmen, three sophomores, one junior, and three seniors.
  • Head Coach Eric Pelton is leading the team in his 18th season.
What's Next

Next up, the Trailblazers will play a pair of matches in Las Vegas against Northern Arizona and UNLV in early March.

Bottom Line

The Utah Tech women's tennis team heads to Arizona for a series of matches, seeking to improve their 0-5 season record and secure victories against tough opponents.