The Rams tennis team began in its second tournament of the season competing in the BYU Invitational in Provo, Utah on Thursday. The team will compete in both singles and doubles against Mountain West Conference rivals BYU, Utah and Air Force. Boise State, Weber State and Utah State today and Saturday.
“This tournament will be a tougher test for us as a whole,” said head coach Jon Messick. “We will only be traveling with the top seven to eight players from the lineup.”
The women’s golf team teed off Thursday at the 6,671 yard, par 73 University of New Mexico Championship Course. All seven Mountain West Conference golf teams are competing in the tournament, which excites head coach Angie Hopkins and her players.
“This will be a tough tournament because of all the talent,” said coach Hopkins. “If we are able to place in the top six or seven, I will be thrilled with our performance.”