All eligible Miami players garner postseason academic recognition.
Shteyn and Shapovalova named to the All-MAC Tournament Team
Miami advances to final round of the MAC Championships
RedHawks’ depths propel the team to the next round.
Ponomareva and Shapovalova receive postseason accolades
Miami University Women's Tennis Team vs. University of Cincinnati
Women's Tennis Vs. Bowling Green
Miami 7, Wright State 0
Miami 4, Marshall 3
Miami vs. Xavier (2/6)
2015-16: Finished season with team-high 29-8 singles record, highlighted by 18-3 dual play record and 16-3 mark at No. 5 positon ... finished MAC play with 8-0 record ... earned two victories at No. 4 position ... posted most victories in a single season for both a Miami player and freshman ... finished season with singles wins in 12 of final 13 outings and nine consecutive victories ... named to MAC All-Tournament Team ... named Miami Female Athlete of the Week on April 25 ... posted 7-10 record in doubles play, including four at No. 3 position and three in MAC play ... reached consolation final of Virginia Tech Hokie Fall Invitational with Anastasiia Vasiukhina
HIGH SCHOOL: Won four Michigan state singles championship, including 115-2 career record ... was only fifth person in Michigan high school tennis history to win four state championships ... was second-ranked recruit in Michigan and ranked 95th in nation ... competed in USTA Level 1 and 2 tournaments and Hard Court Championship ... also competed in cross country for two years ... was member of National Honor Society and named Academic All-State four times
PERSONAL: Born on July 8, 1997 in Holt, Mich. ... daughter of Tracy and Nonnie Struble ... majoring in Speech Pathology and Audiology ... brother Andy is senior tennis player at Aquinas College