As Miami walked onto the courts Sunday afternoon, something was noticeably different about its uniforms. In a moving gesture, the whole team wore shirts emblazoned with the outline of Ukraine, filled in with the country’s colors of blue and yellow, in solidarity with fellow teammate Diana Khodan, a native Ukrainian.
Miami falls to UVa and Va Tech on Friday and Sunday respectively.
After a successful spring 2008 campaign, the men's and women's tennis teams headed to the road for preseason tournaments and continued right where they left off.
The women’s tennis team consists of six underclassmen and two seniors, but what the Hurricanes lack in experience, they make up for with youthful...
Miami’s men’s and women’s tennis teams opened 2022 with strong outings against ISTA-ranked competition in the Miami Spring Invite at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.
Third-seeded junior Max Andrews won the singles bracket of the Dick Vitale Lakewood Ranch Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic on Sunday in Sarasota. He defeated...
“I think they’ve been playing great doubles all year. So, I think that this is just about continuing to do what they’ve done the entire season,” Yaroshuk-Tews said. “They work very well together and they’re both very established doubles players, as everybody is in this tournament. I think the energy they bring, [along with the] strategy, the good mindset, the volleys and the aggressive play, I think that they could do some damage.”
Women's tennis sweeps FAU 7-0 over weekend
The Canes couldn’t have picked it any better. Sunday’s scattered clouds and breezy 77 degrees at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center created a fine setting...
"The talent is there, it's just a matter of putting it all together at the right time," coach Patti Rizzo told hurricanesports.com. "We obviously needed a warm up, but luckily they found themselves pretty fast. I'm glad we leave again next weekend while they are hot. Very proud of them all."
“We need to use the momentum from this match moving forward,” Miami head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews said. “We fought to the bitter end, and we played some big tennis in the big moments. I’m proud of this team’s effort today.”
But relief came for these student-athletes, and not just those who were facing an early exit from athletics, as the council voted to extend eligibility to all spring sport athletes, regardless of year in the program. This decision effectively grants all spring student-athletes a redshirt for the suspended 2020 season.