• 6 Big Ten Championships
  • 5 Big Ten Coach of the Year awards

Ronni Bernstein

"I want student-athletes who are going to come here and compete every day for their teammates, for Michigan and for themselves. I want them to leave the University of Michigan and be successful in whatever they do because they have had the amazing experience of being a student-athlete here. I want each of my student-athletes to get the most out of their time here, whether it is on the tennis court, in the classroom or on campus."

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Coach Bio

Ronni Bernstein is in her eighth season as head coach and has led the Wolverines to their last six Big Ten Championships. During her time in Ann Arbor, she has compiled an impressive 175-45 record and an 80-4 mark in Big Ten play. She started her career at Florida International and captured her 300th victory as a college coach in 2014. Bernstein has coached eight All-Americans at U-M and has led the Maize and Blue to seven NCAA Tournaments and four NCAA Sweet 16s. U-M has also claimed many of the Big Ten specialty awards for the past five seasons: Denise Muresan won back-to-back Big Ten Player of the Year honors (2010, ‘11), while Mimi Nguyen (2010), Brooke Bolender (2011), Emina Bektas (2012) and Ronit Yurovsky (2013) have been named Big Ten Freshman of the Year in four successive seasons. Bektas was named the Big Ten Athlete of the Year in 2014 and became the first player in U-M history to win both the conference freshman and athlete honors in a career.

Fun Fact

Ronni Bernstein won an NCAA Doubles title while she was a student-athlete at Miami, Fla. (1986) and was the 1988 NCAA Senior of the Year.

Career Highlights

  • 5 Big Ten Championships
  • 5 Big Ten Coach of the Year awards
  • 300+ Career wins
  • 8 All-Americans at Michigan
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Assistant Coaches

Teryn Ashley-Fitch

Associate Head Coach

Associate head coach Teryn Ashley-Fitch is in her ninth season at Michigan, teaming up with Ronni Bernstein to win six Big Ten Championships. Ashley-Fitch has been named the ITA Midwest Assistant Coach of the Year twice (2010, 2013) during her time in Ann Arbor. She was a five-time All-American at Stanford and won two NCAA team championships with the Cardinal.