NEW HAVEN, Conn. – From Friday through Sunday, Yale and the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center will play host to the Bulldog Invitational.
Four teams will come to visit New Haven over the weekend. The crew of challengers will be headlined by No. 20 Tulsa and joined by No. 61 Purdue and unranked Auburn in contest with No. 30 Yale.
Tulsa boasts the nation's No. 78 singles player in Anastasia Erofeeva, but no ranked doubles pairs. Yale will face them in doubles on Friday and singles on Sunday.
Purdue has no ranked players in singles or doubles, and will face off against Yale in both singles on Friday and doubles on Saturday.
Auburn is also without a ranked player, and will face the Bulldogs in singles on Saturday and doubles on Sunday.
Yale has no ranked singles players, but in doubles the team has the No. 16 ranked pair in senior Vicky Brook and freshman Hanna Yu, the No. 39 pairing in senior captain Steph Kent and sophomore Blair Seideman, and the No. 59 pair in sophomore Annie Sullivan and freshman Amber Li.
Report by Calvin Bohn '14, Yale Sports Publicity