Women's Tennis

Junior Kate Fahey secured Michigan's win over Nebraska.

Michigan earned a sweep on the road in Big Ten play this weekend.

The Michigan women's tennis team is just 4-8 this season.

The Michigan women’s tennis team is struggling, to say the least.

It had two opportunities this weekend to get its season back on track, but the Wolverines (4-8) fell to Baylor on Friday, 4-0, and to No. 14 Texas on Sunday, 4-0.

Ronni Bernstein and Michigan could not secure a win against Virginia or North Carolina.

Michigan didn’t have a win to show for the weekend, falling to the Cavaliers on Friday, 4-2, and to the Tar Heels on Sunday, 4-1.

Junior Kate Fahey says her team had a fire in its belly after losing the first two matches of the weekend.

Michigan went 1-2 this weekend at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship.

Kate Fahey has been the leader for Michigan this year as the No. 1 singles player.

The junior has undoubtedly been the voice of the Wolverines, both figuratively and literally.

Freshman Alyvia Jones has given Michigan a boost despite just joining the team for the indoor season.

Despite losing two out of their three doubles, Michigan rallied to win all six of its matches in the singles stage, which helped clinch it a spot in the ITA National Indoor Round.

Freshman Alyvia Jones helped Michigan win by performing well in both doubles and singles competition.

The doubles victory was just the beginning of Sunday’s dual match, and in the end, the Wolverines finished on top, 7-1.

Junior Kate Fahey's weekend at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships came to an end in the round of 16.

The Michigan women's tennis team split up to take part in the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships and the Kitty Harrison Invitational, walking away with plenty of experience to propel them into its spring season.

Senior Alex Najarian and junior Kate Fahey were the top-ranked doubles pair, but suffered an upset loss this weekend.

Though her team struggled as a whole, Chiara Lommer bested Ohio State’s Shiori Fukuda in singles play to capture the ITA Regional Championship on Tuesday.

Sophomore Chiara Lommer was the only Wolverine out of the five who competed that made it past the third round.

Lommer set herself apart, dropping only one set in five matches en route to the Midwest Regional title and an automatic bid to the ITA National Fall Championships this November.