Women’s Tennis | March 09, 2023
The USC women’s tennis team kicks off an action-packed month at Marks Stadium with a Saturday, March 11 dual against No. 7 Pepperdine at 12 p.m.
The Women of Troy (7-3), look to rebound after most recently falling to Washington on the road.
USC looks to snap a 10-match loss streak to the Waves, having most recently fallen to Pepperdine during the second round of the NCAA Tournament last May.
#36 USC vs. #7 Pepperdine
Saturday, March 11 | 12 p.m. PT
David X. Marks Tennis Stadium
Live video/scoring can be found here.
A host of Trojans are ranked in singles and doubles by the ITA: #4 Madison Sieg, #39 Eryn Cayetano, #61 Snow Han, #24 Naomi Cheong/Han and #34 Cayetano/Sieg.
Tied for seventh in the ITA’s team standings, Pepperdine is 7-2 on the season. Seven Pepperdine players are ranked by the ITA, including No. 11 Janice Tjen, No. 19 Savannah Broadus and No. 32 Lisa Zaar. The wave duo of Savannah Broadus and Janice Tjen remain at No. 1 in the doubles rankings, starting the spring 8-1 from the top of Pepperdine’s doubles lineup, including wins in their last six matches. They also boast the No. 38 ranked duo in Bunyawi Thamchaiwat and Lisa Zaar. Last week, Pepperdine brought home its momentum from the previous week in Florida, blowing past #5 Michigan 4-0 and #35 Oklahoma State.
Pepperdine has won the last 10 meetings against its Southern California counterpart, not having lost to USC since the 2015 season. In 2022, the Waves defeated USC twice – both in Malibu – and knocked the Trojans out of the NCAA Tournament with a 4-1, second round win last May.
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