Paige Yaroshuk-Tews was named 2009 ACC Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year, while four singles players – junior Laura Vallverdu and sophomores Julia Cohen, Bianca Eickorn and Michaela Kissell – collected All-ACC honors.
Browsing: Bianca Eichkorn
With the regular season in the rear view mirror, the sixth-ranked women’s tennis team prepares for the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships which take place this weekend in Cary, N.C.
Here at the University of Miami, the sixth-ranked women’s tennis team (20-3, 9-1) has its own version of “The Fab Four” in the form of four nationally ranked singles players – junior Laura Vallverdu and sophomores Bianca Eichkorn, Michaela Kissell and Julia Cohen.
With its remaining regular season match at 1 p.m. this Friday against host Maryland (4-15, 1-8), the fifth-ranked women’s tennis team rides a nine-game winning streak after sweeping 7-0 weekend matches against N.C. State and No. 34 Wake Forest.
Not even illness or inclimate weather can stop the fifth-ranked women’s tennis team.
While some teams at the University of Miami underachieve despite their talent, the women’s tennis squad continues to climb up the Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll and only get stronger with each match.
For the fifth time this season, the University of Miami women’s tennis team personified perfection on the scoreboard.
The Hurricanes (12-3, 2-1) overcame a 5-2 loss to eighth-ranked Georgia Tech with a 5-2 victory over ninth-ranked Clemson on Sunday afternoon.
fter moving up four spots in the ITA poll to No. 6, the University of Miami women’s tennis team took care of business by handling No. 58 Boston College, 6-1, Thursday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.
After handling No. 18 Michigan 6-1 last Thursday, the University of Miami women’s tennis team moved up four spots in the ITA national team poll to No. 6.
Tenth-ranked Miami cruised past No. 18 Michigan in a 6-1 victory Thursday afternoon at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.