CU women's tennis student-athletes Julyette Steur and Ashley Tiefel will play their final home match Saturday, April 18 against No. 49 Utah.
Registration for the 2015 CU summer tennis camps is open for those interested in honing their skills.
The Buffaloes dropped their second match in as many days in Los Angeles, falling to No. 1 USC and No. 4 UCLA by 7-0 scores.
CU lost the doubles point, then dropped all six singles in straight sets to No. 4 UCLA, Friday afternoon.
The CU tennis team will be make its Pac-12 Network debut this Friday, April 10 taking on the No. 4 nationally ranked UCLA Bruins at 12:30 p.m. (MDT).
Senior Julyette Steur and sophomore Nuria Ormeņo Ruiz each won in three sets helping CU rally past DU.
Due to the inclement weather, the match time has changed to 7 p.m. and will played at the Colorado Athletic Club Monaco in Denver.
CU won the doubles point for a 1-0 lead then added singles wins from Nuria Ormeńo Ruiz, Ashley Tiefel and Tina Bokhua for the 4-3 win.
The CU women's tennis team wraps up a five match homestand this Sunday, March 29 taking on the Washington State Cougars at the South Campus courts.
The CU women's tennis team almost pulled off a come-from-behind victory, however fell by the slimmest of margins, dropping a 4-3 loss to Oregon.
Sophomore Nuria Ormeņo Ruiz tallied the lone singles point as CU dropped a 6-1 decision to Washington.
The No. 56 ranked Buffaloes will be playing Friday and Sunday at the South Campus Tennis Facility.