Senior Diego Castano and the Flames (7-6) will play at William & Mary on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Liberty Flames men's tennis (7-6) is set to take on William & Mary (6-3) in a road contest on Saturday afternoon.
First serve between the Flames and Tribe is pegged for 3 p.m. at the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center.
Liberty enters Saturday's contest winners of four of its last five matches, including a 4-3 home victory over George Mason on Friday afternoon in Lynchburg. William & Mary is looking to bounce back from a Feb. 24 setback to Yale. The Tribe, who reached No. 45 in the national rankings (Feb. 20) less than two weeks ago, own an impressive win over No. 25 South Carolina.
How to Follow the Flames Live scoring and live video will be available for the match, courtesy of William & Mary Media Relations. Find the link for live stats and live video on the men's tennis schedule page on LibertyFlames.com.
Series History Liberty and William & Mary will be meeting for the seventh time ever. The Flames have yet to defeat the Tribe. The two schools last met on April 8, 2015 in Williamsburg, Va., a match won by the Tribe by the count of 4-0.
Flames News and Notes
Scouting William & Mary The Tribe have played well in singles with a 29-22 mark in spring competition. At the top of the lineup, Alec Miller has provided stability with a 7-1 mark (5-1 No. 2, 2-0 No. 1). Louis Newman is 6-2 in the No. 3 (2-0) and No. 4 (4-2) positions in third-year head coach Jeff Kader's lineup. William & Mary has struggled to find the right combinations in doubles play, as the Tribe holds a disappointing 6-18 mark despite having a 6-3 overall record.