Caroline Eberhart

Caroline  Eberhart


Mishawaka, Ind.

High School:



Academic Accolades

More than 200 UCF student-athletes named to AAC All-Academic Team


Pen Pals

Caroline Eberhart has continued the mission of Knights Without Borders as a mentor to a young woman in St. Vincent and the Grenadines


Knights Without Borders

UCF's service trip to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


UCF Women's Tennis Suffers Loss in C-USA Quarterfinals

Memphis 4, UCF 0


UCF Women's Tennis Advances with Victory Over ECU

UCF 4, ECU 1

-Selected to the 2015 American Athletic All-Conference Team
-Earned a spot on The American All-Academic Team
-Totaled a 15-16 overall singles mark and went 9-8 playing a No. 1 for the Knight in dual matches
-Went 3-5 in league play with wins over UConn, East Carolina and Tulsa
-Posted an impressive 6-1 mark in three-set matches, helping to clinch the decisive point on three occasions
-Won the Flight A Consolation Final at the Bedford Cup (Oct. 10-12) with a victory over Florida's Spencer Liang
-Took a three-set match vs. USF in The American Champion to help UCF defeat its rival
-Partnered with Kennan Johnson to post a 19-6 overall and 13-3 dual-match record
-Tallied a 5-2 record in league matches
-Rattled off a 12-1 mark to start the spring season

-Recorded a 17-14 singles record in her sophomore campaign, with an 11-7 dual record
-Posted a 4-2 mark at No. 2 singles and went 7-5 at No. 3
-Boasted a seven-game win streak from March 25 to April 17, collecting big wins over No. 71 Samford, FIU and Stetson
-Went 11-15 during the year in doubles play, splitting time with Josephine Haraldson and Courtney Griffith

-Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll for having a GPA of at least a 3.0
-In just her first year at the collegiate level, climbed all of the way to fourth on the UCF single-season list with 25 singles victories
-Went 25-11 during the year with a 10-4 record in tournament play, and a 15-7 record in dual matches
-Boasted a 10-7 mark at No. 4 and a perfect 5-0 record at No. 5
-Was victorious in her first eight-collegiate matches
-Tied for the Flight E and F titles at the Knights Invitational in the fall
-Won the C.L. Varner Memorial Invitational Flight C title
-Broke the 3-3 tie with her win over North Florida Feb. 23
-Triumphant against ranked teams Georgia State (No. 61) and Memphis (No. 25)
-Posted a 16-13 doubles record, partnering with Courtney Griffith for an 8-9 record at No. 2

Prior to UCF:
-Was atop the tennis rankings in her home state since entering Mishawaka Marian High School
-She was ranked No. 1 in Indiana on starting in 2008, staying in that spot all the way through her tenure in Indiana
-Placed fourth in the IHSAA (Indiana High School Athletics Association) tournament as a freshman, while winning the state championship as a sophomore
-Named the Northern Indiana Conference and South Bend Tribune girls MVP
-Moved to the state of Florida during her junior year of high school, training at the Nick Saviano High Performance Tennis in Sunrise for two years leading up to UCF
-Located in Plantation, Fla., the Saviano High Performance Tennis School has graduated players and sent them to a wide range of colleges, including Duke, LSU, Northwestern, Ohio State and now, UCF
-Held a 4.0 grade-point average in her junior and senior year of high school while elected as secretary of her school's student council as a freshman

-Parents are Lisa and Brian, and has one sister, Alayna, who attends Boston University

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