Women's Tennis travels north to University of Michigan.
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.
For the second consecutive day, No. 6 Miami swept its regional opponent 4-0.
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.
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.
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.
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.