NCAA Womens Tennis

Women’s Tennis Ends March Road Trip at Oregon

Women’s Tennis Ends March Road Trip at Oregon

TEMPE, Ariz.- No. 39 Sun Devil Women’s Tennis (8-8, 0-4 Pac-12) will be on the road again to close out the month of March as they’ll travel to Eugene to play No. 61 Oregon (9-5, 0-2 Pac-12) on March 22 (Friday at 12 p.m. MST) at the Student Tennis Center.
Fans can tune into the action via the Oregon Live Stream or via live stats.

  • The Sun Devils are ranked No. 39 in the latest ITA national team rankings. The duo of Patricija Spaka/Chelsea Fontenel made their first appearance of the season in the ITA doubles team rankings coming in at No. 34. Giulia Morlet (No. 79) and Emilija Tverijonaite (No. 82) continue to represent ASU in the ITA singles rankings.
  • With Giulia Morlet nursing a calf strain, the Sun Devils have had to shake up their lineup in the last five matches and had received subsequent performances from Rachel Hanford alongside Sara Svetac along with Fontenel shuffling up to Court 1 in singles.
  • The duo of Spaka/Fontenel continues to lead the Sun Devils in doubles wins with eight on the season. Following them in doubles wins is the team of Marianna Argyrokastriti/Emilija Tverijonaite with six.
  • Tverijonaite leads ASU with eight singles wins on the season, playing on Court 3 in each of the last five singles matches. In conference play so far, Tverijonaite picked up a ranked win over Jessica Alsola of Cal on March 9.


  • Oregon is coming off a 6-1 win over in-state rival Portland State on March 16. The Ducks sit at 5-1 in matches played at home to start the season and are ranked No. 61 in this week’s ITA team rankings.
  • The Ducks are led by sixth-year head coach Courtney Nagle who led the Ducks to their fourth straight winning season in 2023.
  • Against ranked opponents this season, Oregon is 1-3 against ranked opponents with a win at Iowa.
  • Last time the Sun Devils played the Ducks, they picked up a 4-0 win at home.

Sheila McInerney is in year 40 at Arizona State. Only two current Pac-12 coaches have been at their job longer and fourth on the list is Hall of Famer Tara VanDerveer, the head basketball coach with the most wins in college basketball history.

McInerney recently coached in her 925th career game as the Sun Devils’ head…

Click Here to Read the Full Original Article at Arizona State University Athletics…