Kansas tennis junior junior Julia Deming and sophomore Vasiliki Karvouni competed at the K-State Fall Invite last weekend. The pair went 2-2 in doubles play and a combined 1-3 in singles play.

Sports columnist Max McElroy praises Kansas tennis' underclassmen despite the spring season being cut short. McElroy argues that with growth in the younger players, the Jayhawks could again be conference champions. 

Kansas tennis defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 6-1 in the Jayhawk Tennis Center Tuesday, Feb. 25. 

Kansas tennis defeated Washington 5-2 in Lawrence Sunday, Feb. 16. Up next, the Jayhawks face the Tulsa Golden Hurricane on Feb. 25. 

After a disappointing, yet hard fought weekend for the Jayhawks, they move to 2-2 on the season. Next up the Jayhawks will head to an away match against No. 24 Wake Forest Friday, Jan. 31.

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