Kansas tennis doubles team of sophomore Malkia Ngounoue and senior Maria Toran Ribes defeated Oklahoma State to wrap up and win the Jayhawk 15k doubles championship on Sep. 14.
Recent Kansas tennis signee and Jayhawk sophomore Sonia Smagina impressed on the first day of the Oracle ITA Summer Circuit hosted by Kansas.
After splitting matches throughout the day Friday, Kansas eventually fell to Stanford 4-3 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
Kansas tennis may have won the Big 12 Tournament and glided through the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, but No. 3 Stanford presents a new challenge on Friday.
Following the NCAA Tennis Selection Show on Monday, the Jayhawks know their path to the final four. It will start this weekend against a familiar foe in Denver. First serve is set for 1 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Jayhawks Tennis Center.
Kansas tennis earned its first ever NCAA Tournament ranking on Monday, coming in as the No. 14-ranked team in the tournament. It will also host the first and second rounds.
The women's tennis team was awarded for their strong play in the Big 12 Championship, with six Jayhawks recognized on the all-tournament team across singles and doubles play.
The Jayhawks were crowned Big 12 champions with a 4-2 victory over the Texas Longhorns. Kansas will prepare for the NCAA tennis tournament.