Men's tennis takes on Tech on Saturday, concluding the regular season


Junior Lloyd Glasspool has been one of the strongest competitors for the Longhorns this season. The team lost only one conference game this season.

Photo Credit: Daulton Venglar | Daily Texan Staff

After celebrating head coach Michael Center’s 50th birthday, the No. 7 men’s tennis team took on Baylor, but the results left little to be happy about.

The Longhorns took on No. 6 Baylor on Wednesday, with a loss of 2-5. Texas is now 19-4 overall and 3-1 in the Big 12. On Saturday, the Longhorns will compete in their final match of the regular season against Texas Tech. The Big 12 Men’s Championship will then be the next stop, on April 25 in Fort Worth.

Recently, the team defeated Big 12 Conference favorite and third-ranked Oklahoma with a score of 4-3 — its best win of the season.

Texas has had a great turnout with its 7-3 record against top-25 opponents this season.