UCF Heads to Tulsa, Memphis

#49 UCF at #40 Tulsa
Friday, April 8 | 6 PM ET
#49 UCF at #37 Memphis
Sunday, April 10 | 2 PM ET

ORLANDO, Fla. – The No. 49 UCF men's tennis team will stay on the road this weekend as it will take on No. 40 Tulsa on Friday, April 8, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and to No. 37 Memphis on Sunday, April 10, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Friday's match against Tulsa will have live stats and a live stream.
UCF is 1-1 in conference action so far with three conference matchups remaining in the season.
Last week, the Knights traveled to No. 58 Tulane and came up with a big 6-1 victory over the Green Wave.
In singles, Lleyton Cronje and Trey Hilderbrand are both on a three-match win streak while Cronje is on a roll after going 7-2 in his last 10 matches.
In this week's singles rankings, Hilderbrand moved up one spot to reach No. 77 in the country.
The duo of Trey Hilderbrand and Bogdan Pavel are now ranked No. 47 as they are on a five-match winning streak as the #1 doubles and have not lost a match in the dual match season. The tandem is also 3-0 against ranked doubles teams.
Three more doubles teams are ranked this week as well with No. 35 Lleyton Cronje and Bogdan Pavel, No. 77 Lleyton Cronje and Cooper White and No. 86 Trey Hilderbrand and Cooper White

No. 40 Tulsa is 11-7 on the season and 9-1 when playing at home but is also on a three-match losing streak. The Golden Hurricane has taken down three-ranked teams of No. 18 Pepperdine, No. 35 Oklahoma, and No. 45 Oregon.
The Golden Hurricane has one player ranked in singles with No. 96 Kody Pearson.
UCF and Tulsa have had two common opponents so far this season. The Knights were able to defeat both Arkansas and Tulane while the Golden Hurricane only got a win over Arkansas.
Tulsa leads the all-time series, 9-5, over UCF but the Knights are on a three-match win streak as they have not lost to the Golden Hurricane since 2017.
No. 37 Memphis is 12-5 this season, 3-1 in the conference, and has not lost at home, 2-0. The Tigers have one ranked win over No. 57 Tulane, 4-3.
The Tigers have one tandem ranked with No. 23 David Stevenson and Jeremy Taylor.
UCF and Memphis have three common opponents as the two teams both defeated Tulane and Florida Gulf Coast and fell to SMU.
The series between the two teams is tied at five all, but the Knights are on a three-match winning streak as they have not lost to the Tigers since 2018.

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