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University of Miami Athletics

Bianca Eichkorn

Height

5-6

Class

Freshman

Hometown

Tengen, Germany

High School

Friedrich-Woehler Gymnasium

Eichkorn

CAREER RESULTS SINGLES DOUBLES
Year Overall Dual ACC Overall Dual ACC
2007-08 29-8 17-4 8-2 21-12 15-8 6-4
2008-09 40-9 23-5 9-1 31-12 23-6 10-1
2009-10 31-5 23-0 10-0 24-7 20-4 8-2
2010-11 33-9 22-4 11-0 32-4 24-1 10-1
CAREER 133-31 85-13 38-3 108-35 82-19 34-8

Career (2007-2011)
Owns the school record with 133 career singles wins… With 108 career doubles victories, is just one of four student-athletes in program history to record 100-plus doubles wins … Closed out her career with a 37-3 record in regular season ACC matches, including a streak of 21 straight wins that ended in a win against Duke in the regular season finale … Named 2011 ACC Player of the Year and ITA Southeast Region Senior of the Year.

Senior Season (2010-11)
Ranked No. 6 nationally in singles play and No. 5 in doubles play (alongside Anna Bartenstein) … Went 33-9 on the season and 22-4 in dual match play at No. 1 singles for the ‘Canes … Went a perfect 11-0 against ACC opponents during the regular season this spring … All but one of Eichkorn’s 11 ACC wins this year came in straight sets…Was named ACC Player of the Week three times this spring (March 15, March 8, Feb. 15), the most of any student-athlete in the conference …Finished 32-4 in doubles this year, including a 24-1 mark in dual match play (10-1 in ACC matches) teaming Bartenstein at the No. 1 position … Is 16-7 against nationally-ranked opponents in singles and 15-4 against nationally-ranked doubles teams … Recorded No. 1 singles wins over No. 8 Denise Muresan (Michigan), No. 13 Zoe De Bruycker (UNC) twice, No. 19 Kelcy McKenna (ASU), No. 21 Aeriel Ellis (Texas) and No. 11 Josipa Bek (Clemson) this spring …Closed out her career winning 26 of her last 31 singles matches going back to the middle of November … Won 14 of her last 15 doubles matches (and 20 of her last 22) alongside Bartenstein … Earned a 6-2, 6-3 win over No. 3 Duke’s 38th-ranked Nadine Fahoum in UM’s regular season finale … Won both of her singles matches at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, defeating FIU’s Christine Seredni, 6-3, 6-0, and Arizona State’s 34th-ranked Kelcy McKenna, 6-3, 6-3, to help the ‘Canes advance to the ITA National Indoors … Teaming with Bartenstein, defeated ASU’s 28th-ranked tandem of McKenna and Micaela Hein, 8-4, to help Miami win the ITA Kick-Off Weekend … Went 11-4 overall in the fall, winning singles championships at the Miami Fall Invitational in Coral Gables (Sept. 24-26) and the Lakewood Ranch Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic in Bradenton (Nov. 12-14) … In doubles play, teamed with Anna Bartenstein to go 7-2 in the fall … Ranked No. 14 nationally in singles play and No. 16 in doubles alongside Bartenstein in the fall … Opened the fall with three straight singles wins to earn the first flight title of the Miami Fall Invitational at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center … Defeated UCF’s Jenny Frisell to open the season before taking down Irene Rehberger of USF and 12th-ranked Denise Muresan of Michigan for the title … Reached the second round of the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships Main Draw, beating NC State’s Sanaa Bhambri in the first round before falling the nation’s top-ranked player – Cal’s Jana Juricova … Won a pair of matches against Lilly Kimbell (Georgia) and Federica Suess (FSU) at the Southeast Regional Championships before falling to Alex Cercone of Florida in the quarterfinal round … Selected to participate in the elite USTA/ITA Intercollegiate Indoor Championships where she dropped an opening round match to Kristy Frilling of Notre Dame … Wrapped up the fall with four straight wins at the Lakewood Ranch Classic, beating Bibiana Almeida (FGCU), Julie Sabacinski (Notre Dame), Karolina Filipiak (Baylor) and Christine McGaffigan (Notre Dame) to claim the singles championship … Teamed with Bartenstein to defeat Michigan’s fourth-ranked tandem of Whitney Taney and Rika Tatsuno, 8-3, in the pair’s first doubles match of the season at the Miami Fall Invitational … Reached the quarterfinals of the main draw bracket of the Riviera/ITA All-America Championship with Bartenstein, beating teams for Virginia and Texas A&M before losing a hard-fought match to Elle Nze and Nadine Fahoum of Duke, 9-7 … At the Southeast Regional Championships, beat teams from FIU, Stetson and Georgia Tech before falling in the semifinal round to Florida.

Junior Season (2009-10)
Earned All-America and All-ACC honors for the second straight season, posting a 31-5 overall singles record to go along with a perfect 23-0 dual match mark … Named the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Tennis Scholar Athlete of the Year, headlining her third straight selection to the All-ACC Academic Team … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2010 NCAA Singles Championship in Athens, Ga., taking down No. 55 Nina Munch-Soegaard of TCU, No. 50 Micaela Hein of Arizona State and No. 5 Lenka Broosova of Baylor before falling to No. 4 Hilary Barte of Stanford … Earned ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America honors … On the court, went a perfect 11-0 against ACC opposition playing mostly at the No. 2 singles position … Recorded the third-longest winning streak in school history, winning 27 straight singles matches from Jan. 17 to May 28 … Named to the Provost’s Honor Roll, Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll … Went 14-2 against ranked opposition in singles play in the spring … Finished her junior year ranked No. 22 in singles and No. 43 in doubles (alongside Anna Bartenstein) in the final Campbell/ITA rankings … From Jan. 17 to Mar. 30, went 17-0 with 14 of those wins coming in straight sets … In singles play, went 16-0 at the No. 2 position and 7-0 at No. 3 … Went 24-7 in doubles play, including a mark of 18-4 with her usual doubles partner Anna Bartenstein … Played primarily at the No. 2 doubles position with Bartenstein, going 14-2 there in dual matches and 6-0 against ACC opponents … Finished the spring season ranked No. 36 with Bartenstein … Four of her five singles wins in the month of February came against ranked opposition, with wins over No. 70 Casilla Borsanyl (Baylor), No. 41 Andrea Remynse (UCLA), No. 57 Nadja Gilchrist (Georgia) and No. 12 Keri Wong (Clemson) … Picked up two big three-set wins on the same weekend against No. 1 UNC (def., No. 42 Katrina Tsang, 6-0, 5-7, 6-1) and No. 7 Duke (def. No. 77 Elizabeth Plotkin, 6-2, 7-5 (5)) … Best wins in doubles play with Bartenstein came against No. 66 Hana Tomljanovic and Jennifer Stevens of Virginia and No. 66 Monica Gorny and Mary Clayton of Duke … Began the fall campaign ranked 21st nationally in the preseason ITA singles poll … Didn’t compete for most of the fall season after recovering from an injury … Posted an even 3-3 record in the fall for singles play … Finished 2-2 in doubles play … Went 2-1 for singles play in her first competition of the year at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Region Championships in Atlanta, advancing to the Round of 16 … Defeated Georgia Tech’s Hillary Davis, 6-2, 6-0 in her season-opening match … Claimed a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Jen Miller of Stetson in the Round of 32 … Fell to nationally-ranked Lauren McCreless of Florida State, 7-5, 6-3 in the Round of 16 … Collected a 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 triumph over Jenny Frisell of UCF in the opening round of the FSU Invitational … Posted an 8-1 victory in doubles alongside Anna Bartenstein at the FSU Invitational, taking down Jenny Frisell and Andrea Yacaman … The two paired for another win in the back draw, earning an 8-6 win over Memphis’ team of Ashley Murdock and Courtney Collins.

Sophomore Season (2008-09)
Completed the most successful sophomore season in school history, and one of the most successful seasons overall with a team-leading 40 wins to register a 40-9 record for the season … Collected her first ITA All-American honor following an appearance in the Round of 16 at the NCAA Women’s Singles Championships in College Station, Texas … Her 40 wins placed her third all-time at UM for singles wins in a season … Moved into 24th all-time for career wins, holding a record of 69-17 through two full seasons … Went 11-7 against nationally-ranked competition, and 9-1 in ACC play … Went 23-5 in dual play on the spring … Finished second on the UM squad for doubles wins, posting a mark of 31-12 … Now holds 52 doubles wins in her career … Earned her first All-Conference honor following the ACC regular season … Finished the season ranked No. 31 in the Campbell’s/ITA Singles poll … Finished ranked twice in the doubles poll, earning her highest ranking with Julia Cohen at No. 37, claiming a record of 14-2 on the year together … Also ranked No. 64 alongside Michaela Kissell, as the pair collected a record of 10-2 for the season … Earned her highest ITA Singles ranking at No. 20 at the beginning of the spring (Jan. 6) … Rolled off 11 consecutive wins in the spring from Mar. 8 versus Clemson until the finals of the ACC Championship against Duke (Apr. 19) … Defeated her first ranked opponent of the spring at #7 Baylor, defeating Lenka Broosova (No. 75) in three sets, 6-3, 1-6, 6-4 … Followed that with a straight-set defeat of #9 Clemson’s Ina Hadziselimovic (No. 117), 7-5, 6-3 … Helped the `Canes defeat #7 Duke in Coral Gables with a three-set victory over Reka Zsilinszka (No. 30), 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7-5) … Earned a key win in the NCAA Tournament [Coral Gables Regional] with a 6-1, 6-2 defeat of FIU’s Maria Spenceley … Helped spark Miami’s Elite Eight appearance and Round of 16 victory over #11 UCLA in the NCAA Championships with a 7-5, 6-3 win over the Bruins’ Maya Johansson (No. 114) … Claimed a 6-1, 6-1 victory line over Baylor’s Taylor Ormond (No. 39) in her first-ever match of the NCAA Singles Championships … Earned a trip to the “Sweet 16” on the strength of a 6-1, 6-3 victory against UCLA’s Yasmin Schnack (No. 15) … The win over Schnack represented the highest player defeated on the year by Eichkorn … Fell in the Round of 16 to eventual NCAA Singles Champion Mallory Cecil (No. 6) of Duke, but not before taking her to the toughest match of the tournament for Cecil, falling 2-6, 5-7 … Began the fall season ranked No. 109 … Ended the fall campaign winning three consecutive matches at the UM Women’s Tennis Fall Invitational, as well as seven of her last 10 matches overall … Named as the Tournament MVP of the UM Fall Invite … Ended up registering a record of 8-6 in doubles play alongside five different partners … Lost her first match of the season before rolling off nine consecutive wins … Defeated teammate No. 49 Michaela Kissell (5-7, 7-6, 12-10) to claim the consolation title of Flight “A” at the 16th Annual William & Mary Invitational … Knocked off No. 118 Christine Johnston (Kentucky), 6-2, 6-1 in the first round of qualifying at the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships … Then went on a stretch where she defeated four consecutive ranked opponents in the Riviera All-American Championships advancing into the main draw of the event… In that run, Eichkorn was victorious in a three-set affair over No. 28 Venise Chan (Washington), 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 … Then turned around to defeat No. 33 Yvette Hyndman (Georgia) in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1 … Lost in the round of 16 to No. 6 Maria Mosolova of Northwestern, 2-6, 3-6 … Teamed with Gabriela Mejia for a great run in doubles play at the Riviera All-American Championships … The two collected a win over ACC foe Clemson’s duo of Estefania Balda and Laurianne Henry, 9-7 … At the ITA South Regional, teamed with Kissell for two wins in doubles play, including an 8-3 opening-round victory over Auburn’s Whitney Chappell and Fani Chifchieva (No. 50) … The posted an 8-4 victory over No. 23 Chelsey Gullickson and Yvette Hyndman of Auburn in the next round … The duo lost to Georgia Tech’s Christy Striplin and Noelle Hickey (No. 46) in the semifinals … For singles play, Eichkorn posted a 7-5, 7-5 win over Meritt Emery (Alabama) in the first round, followed by a 6-1, 6-1 straight-set win against Hillary Davis (Georgia Tech) … Blew past two ranked opponents in the UM Fall Invite, including a 2-6, 7-6, 6-4 come-from-behind win over Florida State’s Lauren Macfarlane (No. 53) in the second day’s action … Finished the tournament unbeaten with another come-from-behind win (3-6, 6-2, 6-4) over cross-town foe FIU’s No. 79 Liset Brito … Earned a doubles win with Laura Vallverdu in 8-1 fashion over FSU’s Macfarlane and Federica Suess on the final day of competition.

Freshman Season (2007-08)
Ended a fabulous freshman season with a record of 17-4 in singles play … Ranked twice during the season, reaching a high of No. 62 (Feb. 20) … Went 14-4 in No. 4 play for the Hurricanes … Collected a record of 8-2 in Atlantic Coast Conference play … Had two wins at No. 3, and one at No. 5 … Ended her rookie campaign winning nine of her final 10 matches, including capturing two wins in the NCAA Tournament … Started off the year hot winning seven of her first 10 matches … Teamed with Caren Seenauth mostly in the spring for a record of 21-12 on the year in doubles competition … Ended the spring with a doubles record of 15-8 … Went 9-4 at the No. 2 position in doubles, as well as 6-4 at the No. 3 spot … With partner Seenauth, won their first four matches in doubles play … Finished the campaign with three consecutive wins, including three in the NCAA Tournament … Collected straight-set wins in her first three singles matches, never allowing an opponent over four games in a set … Had a 6-4, 6-2 win over #30 Michigan’s Denise Morgan … Played at the No. 3 spot in a win to start the year over Danielle Simone, 6-2, 6-0 … Suffered her first loss at the hands of Stanford (No. 1) and Whitney Deason in a three-set marathon, 6-3, 5-7, 3-6 … Defeated her first ranked opponent of the spring by knocking off No. 31 Bojana Bobusic (California) in 6-4, 6-4 fashion … That earned her first ranking of the year at No. 62 while holding a record of 5-1 in the spring at that time … Started a string of 10 consecutive wins after defeating Virginia’s Lindsey Pereira, 6-1, 2-6, 10-7 … Earned a ranking of No. 104 following that match against the Cavaliers’ No. 4 player … Saw her second action of the year at No. 3 when posting a 6-2, 6-2 win over #35 Wake Forest’s Emilee Malvehy … Opened up the NCAA Tournament with a 6-0, 6-0 sweep of Quinnipiac No. 4 player Amanda Petruzzi … Registered a 6-2, 6-2 defeat of #22 Notre Dame’s Colleen Rielley … Lost her final match against #5 Baylor and No. 99 ranked Jana Bielikova in a three-set affair, 6-0, 2-6, 2-6 … Finished the fall season with a record of 10-3, tying Claudia Wasilewski for a team-high singles win total … Had three different doubles partners in the fall, going 3-0 with Laura Vallverdu, 1-3 with Wasilewski and 0-1 with Michaela Kissell … Won four of her first five singles matches after arriving on campus in the fall … Beat UCLA’s 86th-ranked Elizabeth Lumpkin, 6-3, 7-5 in her first collegiate match at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational before taking out Rice’s Dominique Karas, 6-2, 7-5 in the second round … After falling behind early, lost a hard-fought match in the quarterfinals to No. 78 Nina Munch-Soegaard of TCU, 3-6, 7-5, 5-7 … Defeated FSU’s Tapiwa Marobela, 6-4, 6-3 and Georgia Tech’s Noelle Hickey, 6-0, 6-2 to reach the quarterfinals of the ITA South Regional where she lost to No. 60 Amanda McDowell of GT, 4-6, 3-6 … Swept all four singles matches at the UNC Kitty Harrison Invitational, beating Jeanne Schwartz of Marshall, Meg Fanjoy of UNC, Lisa Miller of Maryland and Maggie Yahner of UVA … Won final three doubles matches of the fall teaming with Vallverdu at the Kitty Harrison Invite, taking out Monica Arguello and Lauren Osborne of Furman, Kelly Stewart and Ivana King of Princeton and Lauren Meier and Megan Broderick of Kentucky.

High School/Prep
Owns several singles and doubles titles at regional events in Germany, ranking as high as 43rd in the country’s women’s rankings … She also reached the semi-final round of the 2007 ITF Under-18 Tournament … Ranked as the 63rd in Germany during the fall season.