Eickhorn hails from Tengen, Germany, and speaks four different languages- English, German, French and Italian. She is majoring in international finance and marketing, and says that her career aspirations are in business, not tennis.
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For the second time in as many matches, Miami struck first and didn’t let up until the victory had been clinched, taking the first four points en route to a 5-2 win over the NC State Wolfpack. The win puts the Hurricanes at 7-1 in the ACC and 15-4 overall.
The women’s tennis team’s run at the ITA Championship ended with a loss on Saturday afternoon as the 16th-ranked doubles team of Bianca Eichkorn and Anna Bartenstein fell to the Duke pair of Ella Nze and Nadine Fahoum.
Despite losing two of its top four singles players, the University of Miami women’s tennis made it to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the fourth time in five years.
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Andrew Carter, a former assistant coach at Clemson, has been named the new head coach of the rowing team.
After losing 4-3 to No. 3 Duke in the ACC Championship on April 19, No. 6 Miami kept an eye on the NCAA bracket for a potential matchip against the Blue Devils in the quarterfinals.
No. 6 Miami earned singles wins on courts two through five to advance to the quarterfinals with a 4-2 victory over defending champion and No. 11 UCLA Friday afternoon at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station, Texas.
In the hopes of winning the program’s first women’s tennis national title, sixth-ranked Miami must defeat defending champion and No. 10 UCLA in the Round of 16 tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station, Texas.
With temperatures in the high 80’s, sixth-ranked Miami disposed of Army 4-0 in an hour and 43 minutes to advance to the second round of the Coral Gables, Fla. regional against No. 29 Florida International.
The University of Miami women’s tennis team was announced by the NCAA Selection Committee as one of 16 hosts for the NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament, which begins May 8.
Despite its No. 3 ranking in the country, the Duke Blue Devils came into Sunday’s Atlantic Coast Conference Championships Final in Cary, N.C. as the second seed after losing to No. 6 Miami 5-2 on March 22 at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.