OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss women’s tennis player Caroline Rohde-Moe arrived in Champaign, Ill., Sunday to start preparing for the NCAA Singles Championship which begins Wednesday at the Atkins Tennis Center. This marks Rohde-Moe’s first ever appearance in the NCAA Individual Championships.
Rohde-Moe, ranked No. 40 in the nation, will face a tough test in the first round Wednesday, against the No. 5 seed, Zsofi Susanyi of California. The two will square off at 2 p.m.
“We are very excited for Caroline to compete in the NCAA Singles Championship,” head coach Mark Beyers said. “This is a great opportunity for her to play against the nation’s top players, and hopefully she can do well.”
Rohde-Moe earned All-SEC honors for the second year in a row and helped lead the Rebels to their fifth consecutive NCAA Championship appearance.
“I am very excited to get the opportunity to play in the NCAA Championships,” said Rohde-Moe. “It is a lot of fun to get to compete against the best players in the nation and hopefully end the season in a good way.”
The Rebels have had an NCAA individual participant in 11 of the 12 years Beyers’ has been the head coach.
All matches during the NCAA Individual Championships will feature live scoring and video which can be accessed at OleMissSports.com by clicking on the link in the calendar.
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