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Tennis Announces 2024 Spring Dual Schedule – University of North Texas Athletics



DENTON, Texas – The UNT women’s tennis program is set for a lot of firsts in the Spring of 2024 as they compete in their inaugural season in The American Athletic Conference under first-year head coach Amanda Stone.
The 2024 dual schedule consists of matchups with nine AAC opponents as well as contests with teams from the Big 12, Conference USA and the WAC among others.
UNT will compete at Waranch Tennis Complex in five consecutive home matches to start the year, kicked off with a doubleheader against McNeese and Southeastern Oklahoma State on Jan. 27 at 10:00 AM and 2:30 PM.

The Mean Green will then host New Mexico State on Feb. 1 at 2:00 pm and have another home doubleheader on Feb. 4 against Houston and Collin County CC.


After the five-match home stretch, UNT hits the road for four straight matchups away from home against FAU, USF, Central Arkansas and Southeast Missouri State before returning home for a Feb. 23 contest against FIU at 2:30 pm.


One day later, North Texas plays host to 2023 WAC Champion Grand Canyon followed by a home match against UTSA on March 2 at 11:00 am.


UNT closes the season with a long road stretch as nine of the final 10 contests of the year will take place away from home.


North Texas will travel to Arlington to take on UTA on March 6 followed by a trip to Palm Springs, Cali., for a pair of matches against Liberty and Wichita State March 11-12.


After three more road challenges against Tarleton State, Rice and Charlotte, UNT plays in its final home match of the season on April 4 at 4:00 pm against Tyler Junior College.


The Mean Green then wrap up the regular season with a road trip to Tulane on April 7 and a final weekend with matches against Tulsa and Temple, both in Tulsa, Okla., on April 13-14.


The 2024 AAC Women’s Tennis Championship will take place April 17-21 at Styslinger/Altec Tennis Complex in Dallas, Texas, hosted by SMU. All teams in the AAC qualify for the tournament and seeding is determined by standings in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) rankings.


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