Women’s tennis team falls to Baylor and TCU over weekend


The K-State women’s tennis team wrapped up the longest-lasting road trip in program history over the weekend. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, they were unsuccessful in ending the trip on a high note and instead fell to both Baylor and TCU.

Heading into Friday’s matchup with TCU, the Wildcats were riding a three-match winning streak. That streak came to an end as the Horned Frogs defeated K-State 5-2. The Wildcats jumped out to an early lead by capturing the doubles point, but only senior Karla Bonacic was able to grab a victory on the singles side.

The Wildcats looked to bounce back from Friday’s loss on Sunday against the Baylor Bears. However, the the team came up just short against Baylor, falling 4-3. The pair of losses dropped K-State to 7-8 on the season and 1-4 in Big 12 play.

The Wildcats will return home for their next four matches to finish off the Big 12 regular season. On Friday, K-State will host No. 15 Texas Tech before wrapping up the weekend on Sunday against No. 24 Texas.