The 2023 women’s tennis schedule for the University of Dayton has been released. The announcement was made by the head coach of women’s tennis at the University of Dayton. erica echko. The Atlantic 10 Conference Championship will take place April 26-30 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.
The Flyers earned the fifth seed in the 2022 A-10 Tournament, their most since 2002. The Flyers will open the season on the road with a game at Bellarmine on January 21, but will return home to face Miami, Ohio, on January 22.
The first month of 2023 will end with a home game against Milwaukee on January 29. In February, Dayton will host six games at the South Regency Tennis Center against Eastern Kentucky, IUPUI, Western Illinois, Wittenburg, Thomas More and SIUE.
The Flyers will close out the month en route to Ball State on February 26. They will face West Virginia on March 18, followed by a neutral venue game against Saint Joseph’s on March 19 in Pittsburgh hosted by Duquesne.
Games against Cincinnati and Cleveland State will conclude in March. April, Dayton closes out the home portion of its 2023 schedule on April 6 against Saint Louis. The George Mason and George Washington games on April 15 and 16 will conclude the regular season.
Head Coach Erika Echko said, «I’m looking forward to a busy spring season. We’re playing more Atlantic 10 teams than in years past, which will set us up for our conference tournament in Orlando. We’ve added a few new teams to the schedule.» «.
that we haven’t played in years in West Virginia, George Washington and Western Illinois, which will create some stiff competition.»
About the University of Dayton
The college was founded in 1850 during Zachary Taylor’s brief presidency of the Society of Mary.
The university was fundamental when in 1913, during a great flood in the city of Dayton, it served as a refuge for many people. The Flyers, a member of NCAA Division I, are affiliated with the Atlantic 10 Conference. Basketball and football are the main sports, with home games being played at Welcome Stadium and indoors at the University of Dayton Arena .
Dayton has a decent tradition in the college basketball scene, making 16 postseason appearances, and in the 1967 tournament they reached the national final only to be beaten by UCLA. But today it is also consolidating in tennis.