LARAMIE -- The Wyoming Cowgirl tennis team is set for its final scheduled fall tournament as they travel to Las Vegas for the ITA Mountain Regional Championships. The event will be played October 13-17 at the Fertitta Tennis Complex on the campus of UNLV.

This week marks the third consecutive time that the regional tournament will be hosted by UNLV. A total of 20 teams will attend the event, including eight Mountain West teams. All student-athletes are guaranteed at least two matches this week at the regional.

In Division I, regional doubles champions, as well as regional singles champions and runners-up qualify for the ITA National Fall Championships at the end of the season.

The Cowgirls opened their fall slate in September at the ITA Bedford Cup hosted by Air Force. All nine UW student-athletes participated in the event. Noesjka Brink led the Cowgirls with three victories in singles play at the Bedford Cup, while Brink and partner Mihaela Kaftanova went 3-1 in doubles play at the tournament.

Schedule of Events
October 13 – First Round doubles (64), followed by First Round singles (128)

October 14 – Second Round doubles (32), Second (64) and Third Round (32) singles

October 15 – Round of 16 and Quarterfinals of doubles, Round of 16 singles, added singles & doubles matches

October 16 – Semifinal doubles, Quarterfinal and Semifinal singles, added singles & doubles matches

October 17 – Doubles Final, Singles Final, Consolation Singles, added singles & doubles matches

From Bison to Triceratops - All of Wyoming's Official Things

Every state in our nation has chosen things that represent the state in one way or another to be official state things. Like a flower, or animal. Wyoming is no different.

The Equality State, or the Cowboy State, depending on which state slogan you want to go with, has a state flower. But did you know we also have a state tree and a state fish? Yes, we even have a state code.

To be an official thing, a member of the state legislature must write and submit a bill to the legislature declaring that a thing will be the official state thing. Then the legislature votes to pass the bill, or not, if it passes, the governor signs the bill into law and we have a new official state thing.

Here is what we have so far, all of Wyoming's official things. Now you can win big on Wyo Trivia Night if that's a thing that exists.

- From Bison to Triceratops - All of Wyoming's Official Things