#10 UCF Concludes Regular Season Hosting #27 Memphis, #38 Tulsa

2020-21 UCF Olympic Sports Gameday A-Z Guide UCF/USTA Protocols for Attending
#27 Memphis vs. #10 UCF
Sunday, April 18, Noon
#38 Tulsa vs. #10 UCF
Tuesday, April 20, 5 p.m.

ORLANDO, Fla. – The No. 10/11 UCF men's tennis team is set to conclude their regular season in the coming days as they'll host No. 27 Memphis on Sunday at noon and No. 38 Tulsa at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

The Knights are riding a nine-match winning streak into the weekend with their last victory coming over No. 29 Wichita state on Monday. Gabriel Decamps climbed to No. 3 in the singles rankings this week with Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi making a jump as well. Trey Hilderbrand and Bogdan Pavel climbed back into the top 15 in doubles, checking in at No. 13 this week.

UCF holds a 17-3 record thus far, the highest win total in the Roddick era. It's the first time the Black and Gold have more than 16 victories since 2003 when they won their first conference title in program history. The Knights were a part of the ASUN that season.

The Tigers enter the weekend with a record of 9-6 and are 0-4 in conference play this season. They've played a majority of their matches on the road, going 6-5 in matches away from Memphis. They had collected four straight victories before falling to No. 37 South Florida by a count of 4-2 on Friday. They have two ranked victories in seven tries, beating No. 17 Ole Miss and No. 31 Alabama this season. James Story and David Stevenson are ranked for the Tigers in singles, sitting at No. 50 and No. 106 respectively. Stevenson and Oscar Cutting combine to make up the nation's No. 28 pair in doubles.

Tulsa currently sits at 11-9 this season with a road record of 1-4. They're 3-1 in conference play, beating Memphis, Wichita State and Temple thus far. They're coming off their only loss to a conference opponent this season after getting beat by SMU 4-3 in Dallas. The Golden Hurricane will face South Florida on Sunday before visiting the Knights on Tuesday as both teams will wrap up their regular season. Kody Pearson is Tulsa's lone ranked singles player, siting at No. 82 this week. He and Connor Di Marco team up to make the country's No. 48 tandem.