The Louisiana State University men’s tennis team’s Spring 2023 schedule was made public.

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The Louisiana State University men’s tennis team’s Spring 2023 schedule was made public. LCU begins its spring calendar on January 29 in Athens, Georgia for the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, according to the university website. Then, on Saturday, February 4, LSU departs for Houston, Texas to take on Rice and Prairie View. On Saturday, February 11, LSU will host Tulane State, and on Sunday, February 12, Lamar. Prior to visiting Southern Miss on February 25 to round off February, the Tigers will have a thirteen-day vacation. The next day, LSU will host UL-Lafayette and New Orleans for a day of state competition.

LSU will play Texas A&M in March (March 2). Then, on March 4, Florida at the LSU Tennis Complex, followed by the preparation for a number of outdoor games. On March 9 and 10, LSU will visit Kentucky and Tennessee (March 11). South Carolina will be the opponent when the Tigers return to Baton Rouge (March 17).

Afterward, LSU will host a number of contests. On March 24, the Tigers will play Georgia before hosting Alabama and Alcorn State (March 26). LSU will play a series of away games against Arkansas (March 31) and Ole Miss to finish the regular season (April 2).

Next week (April 7), the Tigers visit to Mississippi State before heading down I-10 to face Tulane (April 20). LSU will finish the season at home, hosting a final conference weekend at the LSU Tennis Complex.

The Tigers will take on Auburn and Vanderbilt on April 15. (April 16).

Regarding LSU

A public institution in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is called Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. The Louisiana State Seminary of Learning & Military Academy, which later became the university, was established in 1853 in the area that is today known as Pineville.

The current LSU campus was established in 1926 and consists of more than 250 structures designed in Andrea Palladio’s Renaissance architectural style. 21,000 undergraduates and 4,000 graduates attended the university’s 17 sites in 2009. Many of LSU’s specialist schools, such the Paul M. Hebert Law Center and E.J. Ourso College of Business, have won acclaim at the national level in their particular academic specialties. The university is recognized for its many research facilities working on 800 projects funded by organizations like the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The university is a recipient of grants such as Land-grant universities, Sea Grant Colleges, and Space Grant Colleges.

The LSU athletic department fields 20 teams across 20 different sports, including 9 men’s and 11 women’s squads. It is a part of the Southeastern Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.