Michigan Women’s Tennis
Playing tennis at the University of Michigan means working hard to be the Leaders and Best. We emphasize excellence in the classroom and commitment on the court, and we’ve got the accolades to match – our six Big Ten Championships and nine All-Americans make us one of the NCAA’s premier tennis programs. As student-athletes at the University of Michigan, we receive unparalleled academic support and learn from exceptional coaches, while competing at world-class facilities and living in one of the nation’s best college towns. Learn more about the people, opportunities and tradition that set this program apart, and find out why it’s great to be a Michigan Wolverine!
The University of Michigan women's tennis team competes hard for championships, plays together and creates a family-like atmosphere. The Wolverines have won five straight Big Ten Championships by embracing the hard work and togetherness that is necessary for success. Winning at this level takes commitment from the coaches and players to be the best they can be every day. Playing tennis at Michigan is not just about winning, it is also about developing student-athletes and preparing them for the next step in their lives. The Michigan experience, from the tennis court to the classroom, is just as important as raising that Big Ten Championship trophy.