No. 18 Texas fell to No. 2 TCU Saturday afternoon, 4-2, in their final home match of the season. The match, which was originally meant to be played at the Polo Tennis Club, was relocated and pushed back an hour and a half because of inclement weather.
The Longhorns have had a week of rest since the Texas Relays but are preparing to host some of the nation’s top competitors again in the Texas Invitational this weekend. Out of the ten teams competing, three are in the nation’s top ten for both men and women: LSU, Arkansas and Texas.
The Longhorns bounced back from their midweek loss to Baylor with a 4-0 win over No. 12 Oklahoma State on Friday night. The Longhorns are now 16–7 for this season in dual-match play and 1–1 for Big 12 conference play.