Despite wet courts delaying the start of the final day at the Miami Fall Invite, the Miami women's tennis team notched a 12-3 record Sunday, including a 10-1 mark in singles.
For the second consecutive day at the Miami Fall Invite, poor weather led to an early conclusion of play, but of the matches that did finish, the Miami women's tennis team went 5-3.
The Miami women's tennis team began its lone home tournament of the fall in style Friday at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center, logging a 7-1 mark, including a perfect 4-0 record in doubles.
This weekend, Miami women's tennis team will host Florida Atlantic, FIU and Pittsburgh in the only fall event of the year at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.
Have a look at some of the very best photos from the University of Miami women's tennis team's 2016 picture day.
The Miami women's tennis team concluded play at the Duke Bonk Invitational Sunday with a consolation winner and a main draw runner-up.
The Miami women's tennis team went 4-0 in singles play on the second day of the Duke Bonk Invitational at Cary Tennis Park.
The Miami women's tennis team started its 2016 fall campaign Friday at the Duke Bonk Invitational and posted a 3-1 in doubles competition.
The Miami women's tennis team is set to begin its 2016-17 campaign this weekend at the Duke Bonk Invitational, as four Hurricanes will travel to Cary, N.C.
The ITA 2016-17 preseason rankings were announced Tuesday and a three Miami women's tennis players made the singles list, with Sinead Lohan fifth, Yolimar Ogando No. 32 and Ana Madcur tied for No. 117.
After a standout career at Virginia, Maci Epstein returned to her home state for her final year of eligibility and she is very much enjoying her time on the Miami women's tennis team thus far.
Despite the distance from her hometown of Unhost, Czech Republic, Dominika Paterova is liking her opening weeks at The U and is glad to be living in the U.S., as she shared with HurricaneSports.com.