Michigan Earns Big Ten Women’s Tennis Weekly Honor

Michigan Earns Big Ten Women’s Tennis Weekly Honor

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Kari Miller, Michigan
Jr. – Ann Arbor, Michigan – Pioneer – Major: Business Administration
• Won all three of his matches (one singles, two doubles) that ended last weekend in Michigan’s two wins at ITA’s kickoff weekend in Stillwater, Okla. 14 seasons and a first since 2020
• Earned Michigan’s 4-2 victory at No. 14 Oklahoma State on Sunday with a 7-5, 7-6 (8) singles victory over No. 1 Kristina Novak
• Teamed with Jaedan Brown for two No. 1 doubles wins last weekend, beating pairs Kansas (6-3) and Oklahoma State (7-5)
• Also had a No. 2 singles match point in the January 28 win over Kansas before the game was abandoned after Wolverines won 4-0
• Recognized as Big Ten Scholar Distinguished and All-Big Ten Academic Selection last year
• Wins fifth career Big Ten Athlete of the Week award and first this season
• Last athlete of the week in Michigan: Kari Miller (April 26, 2022)

2023 Big Ten women’s tennis charts
January 18 Shelly Bereznyak, So., OSU
January 25 Sydni Ratliff, So., OSU
February 1 Kari Miller, Jr., MICH

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