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Katie Fitt hits the ball. Fitt will compete in the Jack Kramer Invitational for the Cougars.

The BYU women’s tennis team heads to Rolling Estates, California, to compete at the Jack Kramer Tennis Invitational. The tournament will run Nov. 2-4.

“I’m looking forward to finishing our fall season strong this week at Jack Kramer,” BYU head coach Lauren Jones-Spence said. “We have been working hard on a few specific things, so I am excited to see how we do.”

The Cougars will be represented at the tournament by junior Taylah Beckman and sophomores Kate Cusick and Katie Fitt. A trio of freshmen will also be competing at the invitational: Anastasia Abramyan, Hermehr Kaur and Madeline Almeida.

The invitational will host 16 teams from around the country, including Fresno State, Georgetown, Northwestern, SMU, Standford, Oregon, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, USC and Washington. West Coast Conference foes Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine will also compete in the tournament.

Matches will be played at the Jack Kramer Tennis Club and begin Thursday morning. Check BYU's athletic website after each day's play for tournament results.