TEMPE - Fresh off a six place improvement from No. 25 in the nation to No. 19, the Arizona State Sun Devils (16-2; Pac-12 3-0) women's tennis team will hit the road this weekend and travel to California to take on both Cal and Stanford in Pac-12 conference play.
Arizona State is currently riding a ten game win streak, with three of those coming against Pac-12 opponents.
In individual rankings, ASU boasts two ranked singles players -- sophomore Stephanie Vlad is ranked No. 60 in the country, falling ten spots from the No. 50 seat two weeks ago. Sophomore Desirae Krawczyk also carries a top-100 ranking in singles, earning the eighty-first spot on the list and improving 16 spots from her previous ranking.
In doubles rankings, the sophomore-freshman pairing of Desirae Krawczyk and Kassidy Jump cracked the top-100, coming at No. 56 and became the first doubles pairing to earn a national ranking this season thus far.
Coming into this weekend's match-ups, both Cal and Stanford carry a top-15 placement -- Cal is ranked No. 13 in the country, and Stanford is ranked fifth overall.
Cal is also undefeated in the Pac-12, with the same conference record as the Sun Devils, 3-0. Overall the Golden Bears are 10-4 on the season, topping Washington, Utah and Colorado.
Stanford is undefeated on the season, besting their opponents in eleven straight matches so far, with three coming in Pac-12 conference play.
Friday's match against Cal will take place in Berkeley, Calif. at 1:30 p.m. MDT, and Saturday's match against Stanford will take place at noon in Stanford, Calif.
The University of California will be providing live scoring available at their website and live tweeting from their @CalWomensTennis twitter account -- results from Saturday's match will be posted to thesundevils.com when available.