At a glance, UCLA rower Tim Maytom wouldn’t appear to be a member of the athletic elite.
Listed at only 6 feet, 1 inch and 185 pounds, he is considered small compared to the rest of his teammates.
With two 4-0 wins this weekend, UCLA women’s tennis made advancing to the round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament look easy.
The first match of the weekend on took place on Saturday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center pitting No.
A relaxed and laid-back air filled the court Wednesday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center during UCLA women’s tennis practice.
Rather than players getting down on themselves when a serve was missed or an error was made, jokes and laughter were shared among the team as it practiced its doubles play.
The closer the national championship tournament nears, the higher the anticipation rises for UCLA’s women’s tennis.
“They have been waiting for this all year,” said coach Stella Sampras Webster.
The last time No. 5 UCLA women’s tennis (18-4, 8-2 Pac-12) team faced rival No. 2 USC (21-2, 10-0) this season, the battle at the Los Angeles Tennis Center turned into a grueling five-hour match, which ended in dramatic fashion.
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