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Freshman Mary Lewis helps lead her team to victory against Utah State (Photos Courtesy: Arizona Athletics). Freshman Mary Lewis helps lead her team to victory against Utah State (Photos Courtesy: Arizona Athletics).
TUCSON, AZ -

Arizona women’s tennis finished their opening weekend with a 5-2 victory over Utah State. 

Utah State clinched the doubles point but the Wildcats came back during singles to clinch the win.

UA got singles victories from Devin Chypyha, Mary Lewis, Camila Wesbrooks, Talya Zandberg and Maggie Cohen.

The Wildcats will play University of San Diego and Grand Canyon University Feb. 3, 2018 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. MST, respectively.

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Meanwhile the Wildcat men completed their third 7-0 sweep of the year Sunday, this time over Saint Mary's College. 

Senior Trent Botha and sophomore Andres Reyes started it off for the Wildcats with a 6-0 win over senior Jacob Lagman and junior Brian Lee of Saint Mary's. 

The Cats (5-1) dominated singles play once again, only dropping one set total in the six singles matches. 

Trent Botha and Shoti Meparidze remained perfect on the year in singles play.

Arizona's next match will be February 4th at Indiana, the beginning of a string of four road matches.

Copyright 2018. Arizona Athletics. All rights reserved. 

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