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Rivalry Week Continues Saturday at LMU Tennis Center

The Lions will play three matches in three days, beginning with Cal State Fullerton on Thursday and wrapping up with #35 Pepperdine at home on Saturday.
 
The Lions will play three matches in three days, beginning with Cal State Fullerton on Thursday and wrapping up with #35 Pepperdine at home on Saturday.
 
 

Feb. 24, 2005

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Los Angeles, Calif. - After rain has kept the Lions from completing a match since February 6, Loyola Marymount women's tennis (0-4) will have a full weekend of action.

The Lions begin the weekend with a rescheduled match at Cal State Fullerton (0-5) on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Continuing on to play three matches in three days, LMU will finish a match with No. 74 Cal Poly (3-3) on Friday at the LMU Tennis Center. The Mustangs and the Lions were in singles play when rain halted the match last week. The teams will finish the match Friday at 2:00, with Cal Poly already claiming the doubles point and one singles match at the No. 6 spot.

The weekend will culminate Saturday when the Lions host West Coast Conference opponent Pepperdine (5-3) at the LMU Tennis Center at 11:00 a.m. The Waves enter the contest ranked 35th, but have never defeated the Lions on their home court. The match against Pepperdine is one of four athletic contests between the Waves and the Lions this week, as men's tennis and men and women's basketball each battle the local rival.

-GO LIONS-