The match between Louisiana Tech and Florida Gulf Coast came down to the final court and went the way of the Eagles in defeating the Lady Techsters, 4-3, on Friday night in a neutral site game at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
Louisiana Tech will have two more chances this weekend to notch its first spring dual victory when they travel to Atlanta to take on Florida Gulf Coast and No. 67 Georgia State.
Louisiana Tech had its eight-match home winning streak snapped on Sunday evening at the LA Tech Tennis Complex with a 6-1 loss to in-state foe Nicholls State.
Louisiana Tech will break in its newly resurfaced LA Tech Tennis Complex courts on Sunday at 10 a.m. when they play in its home opener versus in-state foe Nicholls State.
No. 19 Oklahoma State proved too much for Louisiana Tech on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Lady Techsters, 7-0, at the Greenwood Tennis Center.
Louisiana Tech claimed wins at the top two singles spots but fell to No. 55 ranked Wichita State, 5-2, in the 2015 spring season opener on Friday evening at the Wichita Country Club.
It did not take long for head coach Chad Camper to put his stamp on the Louisiana Tech tennis program.
Louisiana Tech head coach Chad Camper announced today the completion of the 2015 spring tennis schedule which features 12 home matches, the most that will ever be played at the LA Tech Tennis Complex.