| Louisiana Tech Tennis Complex
Situated in the heart of all of the Louisiana Tech athletic facilities -- surrounded by Joe Aillet Stadium, the Thomas Assembly Center, the Lady Techster Soccer Complex and the Jim Mize Track and Field Complex -- are eight lighted tennis courts that make up the LA Tech Tennis Complex.
Construction on the facility began in March 2008 and concluded five months later in August. Then on Oct. 15, 2008, the women's tennis team played and swept Grambling State in their inaugural match at the new facility. A dedication ceremony took place two weeks later as then Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau officially announced it as the Louisiana Tech Tennis Complex. In the spring of 2015, all eight courts received a facelift by being resurfaced.
The Lady Techsters have tallied an all-time record of 51-24 (.680) at their home courts. Over the last eight spring seasons, the team is 44-12 (.786) at home which included a season-best nine wins in 2011 and an undefeated home season in 2016. Most recently, the program put together a nine-match home winning streak that carried over from the 2017 season to 2018 and tied the school record which was set back in 1995.
The LA Tech Tennis Complex has seen the Lady Techsters host its first-ever conference match on April 8, 2010 against Hawai'i. They then notched their first-ever conference win at the facility a few days later on April 10 against San Jose State. Another highlight moment came on April 5, 2016 when the team played their first ever home match as a nationally-ranked opponent (No. 73).