April 18, 2012
By Kathleen Spence
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo.--The Colorado State women's tennis team will conclude its regular-season play this weekend. The Rams will travel to Colorado Springs to face-off against Air Force on Saturday. CSU has not won a conference match this season and are looking to finish the season with a win.
The Rams (5-14, 0-6 Mountain West) will compete against the Falcons (15-9, 1-5 MW) at 4 p.m. MT at the Air Force Academy. Air Force has had a tough couple of weeks, losing their last five of six matches.
Last season, the Rams lost to the Falcons, 6-1. In Air Force's last match, against Boise State, the Falcons swept the Broncos, 5-2.
The Rams look to come back after finishing 1-1 last weekend. CSU defeated in-state rival, Northern Colorado last Saturday and on Sunday, were defeated by Wyoming.
Senior Tori Arneson, and sophomore Kaley Schultz and freshman Natalie Heffron helped lead the Rams last weekend against Northern Colorado in singles victories.
The Rams compete next April 26-29 at the Mountain West Championships in San Diego, Calif.
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