The singles and doubles competition will be conducted May 25-30 at the Case Tennis Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, following the conclusion of the team championship, which runs from May 19-24.
Senior Desirae Krawczyk was also one of six players named to the Pac-12 First-Team All-Conference team, becoming the first Sun Devil earning first-team honors since Kelcy McKenna in 2011.
The Arizona State women's tennis team earned the second seed in the Auburn Regional and will play No. 36 North Carolina State in the first round.
The No. 22 Sun Devils also won the team title for the first time in program history, which is determined by the total wins earned in the main Pac-12 draw in both singles and doubles combined.
The Arizona State doubles pair of senior Ebony Panoho and junior Alex Osborne will play in the Pac-12 Doubles Championship match against Stanford on Sunday afternoon in California.
On day two of the Pac-12 Women's Tennis Championships, Arizona State doubles pair of Ebony Panoho and Alex Osborne began the tournament with two-straight victories to advance to the championship bracket semifinals on Saturday.
Senior Ebony Panoho upset 5-seed Taylor Davidson of Stanford to advance to the quarterfinals, while Desirae Krawczyk makes it her third-straight year with a quarterfinal appearance.
Intercollegiate Tennis Association will move its headquarters to ASU's Tempe campus on May 1
Head coach Sheila McInerney and the Arizona State women's tennis team recorded the program's best-ever finish in Pac-10/12 Conference play and best record since 1979 under ASU hall of fame coach Anne Pittman.
The Arizona State women's tennis team begins Pac-12 Championship play on Thursday, but won't be competing as one entity like most conference championships.
For the second-straight year, the Arizona State women's tennis team shut out the University of Arizona in the all-important Territorial Cup match with a 7-0 victory on Saturday afternoon.
After a rollercoaster of emotions over the weekend -- from upsetting No. 23 UCLA in Los Angeles for the first time since 2000 to the end of the 10-game winning streak at No. 24 USC -- the Arizona State women's tennis team wraps up the regular season with a Territorial Cup showdown.
Coaching Staff Head Coach Sheila McInerney Coaches with 20+ years experience at ASU Assistant Coach Matt Langley Volunteer Assistant Coach Ford Oliver
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