The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers will be traveling to Florida Gulf Coast University in Estero, Fla. on Thursday to compete in the FGCU Fall Tournament.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers finished strong after four days of competition at the Gopher Invitational at Baseline Tennis Center this weekend.
The third day of the Gopher Invite saw some hard fought matches for the maroon and gold at Baseline Tennis Center as they won two doubles draws.
The University of Minnesota women's tennis team continued to play strong today, the second day of the Gopher Invitational at Baseline Tennis Center.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers' women's tennis team kicked off the 2016-17 season strong .
2017 SPRING SEASON
Went 6-16 in singles and 15-9 in doubles during the spring season • split time between the No. 2 and No. 3 slots going 9-6 in the No. 3 slot and 6-3 at No. 2 • played majority of her matches in th eNo. 4 singles slot going 6-14 • won first match of the spring season against Northern Illinois in straight sets 6-1, 6-2 • won first two doubles matches in the No. 2 slot including an impressive 6-0 sweep over the Velazco/Chela pair from South Dakota State • did not lose a single doubles match for an entire month from Feb. 4 to March 4 • took down No. 24 Mississippi St. pair of Brown/Vozniak 6-2 with partner Gomez • clinched a point against No. 9 Michigan in the No. 2 slot with a 6-3 victory over Lommer/Fahey with partner Tina Kreinis.
2016 FALL SEASON
Went 4-8 in singles play and 10-7 in doubles • won five doubles matches at the Gopher Invitational • picked up two singles victories at the ITA Central Region Championships • won another three doubles matches with Camila Vargas Gomez at the Kitty Harrison Invite.
2016 SPRING SEASON
Went 11-14 in singles and 7-17 in doubles during the spring season • played No. 1 doubles the majority of the season with partner Paula Rincon-Otero. They won five out of their first six matches played together • played singles matches in the 2-5 spots going 6-6 in Big Ten play • finished out her freshman campaing having played more singles matches than any other player on the team having completed 37 • picked up a big 6-3, 6-4 win over No. 73 South Alabama's Meszarosova helping the Gophers picked up the ranked victory.
2015 FALL SEASON
Finished the fall season 6-6 in singles competition and 9-4 in doubles competition • opened up her collegiate career at the Gopher Invite going 5-1 in doubles and 4-1 in singles while picking up second place in the “B” Flight • won a pair of doubles matches at the Big Green Invite playing with two different double partners.
PRIOR TO MINNESOTA
Four year varsity letter winner at Glenbrook South High School • was named team captain and MVP two times • two-time sectional champion • named all-state her sophomore and junior seasons • went 34-0 junior year before state where she finished sixth • three time recipient of the USTA sportsmanship award • two-time athlete of the week • was ranked No. 1 in the Midwest for doubles in G16s • won multiple USTA national and Midwest doubles titles at the G16 and G18s levels • was a part of the two-time Marian Wood Cup G18 Chicago team.
Undecided on a major • lists most memorable sports thrill as playing six matches in one day her sophomore year in high school at the state tournament finishing seventh place and earning all-state • also played baseball, basketball, hockey and was a black belt in Tae kwon do in high school • enjoys biking, rollerblading and watching Netflix • daughter of Rob and Linda Emme • has two brothers Joe (16) and Charlie (10) • father Rob played hockey and uncle Steve Lemke played for the Oakland A’s • born June 14, 1997
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