Tereza Bekerova is ranked No. 107 in singles play.
Jan. 17, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY – After more than a month without a match, Utah Women’s Tennis gets back in action at the Virginia Winter Invitational at Virginia University in Charlottesville, Jan. 18-20.
The Utes will see opponents from Virginia, Tennessee, Marshall and Virginia Commonwealth over the three-day event.
Quoting Coach Iandolo
“We are very excited to start off the spring season at a very strong event at the University of Virginia. We will defiantly learn a lot about our team.”
Virginia Winter Invitational 2013
No. 72 in singles, Bekerova collected another upset of her own as she downed No. 25 Katia Skekely of Tennessee.
Utes in the Rankings
Bekerova enters the weekend ranked at No. 107 in the country in singles play.
Utes Fall 2013 Highlights
Utes Excel in the Classroom
Amassing a 3.288 GPA for the fall semester, Utah Women’s Tennis was one of 12 Utah athletic teams to exceed a 3.00 cumulative GPA.
Overall, more than 60-percent of Utah’s student-athletes made the Athletic Director Honor Roll (3.0 minimum GPA) and more than 30-percent made the University’s Dean’s List (3.5 minimum GPA).
Next Time Out
The Utes enter their first head-to-head match of the season Jan. 25 at San Jose State.