Emily Marker
Emily Marker

Player Profile

Ann Arbor, Mich.

High School:




Fall 2003: Highlighted Maryland’s fall schedule, appearing in four tournaments … achieved her highest career ITA ranking of 71in the pre-season … compiled a career and team high 11-5 singles mark for the fall … clinched the flight A singles title at the Maryland Invitational … participated in the prestigious Riviera All-American in Pacific Palisades, Ca. … advanced the backdraw semifinals, loosing to the eventual backdraw champion … earned a top 10 seeding at the ITA East Regional and streaked to five straight singles victories to advance to the finals … qualified for the National Indoors with her appearance in the regional finals … also active in doubles action with partner Marianne Baker … the duo finished the fall with a 5-1 record … claimed the flight A doubles title at the Maryland Invitational … was Maryland’s top doubles seed at the East Regional, advancing to the round of 16.

Spring 2003: Finished 11-10, 3-6 in the ACC ... ended the spring season with three ACC wins, one of which coming in the Terps ACC conference match against Wake Forest played mostly at Nos. 1 and 2 postitions ... was team captain for the young Terrapin squad ... teamed up with teammate Ramona But to notch an impressive 8-4 doubles record.

2002: Team co-captain … notched nine singles wins including the top Flight A title at the Maryland Invitational … ranked No. 25 in doubles nationally with teammate Delila Causevic … recorded an 8-3 doubles record with an 8-1 win over the No. 3 team of Adria Engel and Dora Krstulovic of Arizona State … participated in the Omni Hotels Regionals.

Spring 2002: Finished with a 12-9 singles record ... played No. 2 singles for Maryland...played No. 1 singles against Virginia ... ranked as high as No. 85 in the nation ... recorded a 16-5 doubles season with partner Delila Causevic, winning 12 straight matches.

Fall 2001: Team captain … compiled a 7-3 singles record … reached the singles finals of the Maryland Invitational … won the doubles flight at the Maryland Invitational with partner Delila Causevic … advanced to the third round at the Omni Hotels Region Championships … posted a 5-3 doubles record.

2001: Compiled a 7-10 singles record in the spring season ... a versatile competitor in doubles play, she competed with Dubovikov, Catherine Valantin, Danielle Piacente and Delila Causevic, winning a total of nine doubles matches.

Fall 2000: Posted a 4-5 singles record … won two singles matches at the Maryland Invitational Tournament … reached the doubles semifinals of ITA Regional Championships with partner Valantin … recorded seven doubles wins.

Before Maryland: Earned four varsity letters at Pioneer High School ...still holds the record for most wins in a career with a 120-3 record in high school competition ... won three state championships in singles ... earned all-state honors for four consecutive years ... ranked 38th in the nation in girls’ 18's national singles ... member of the National Junior Ice Hockey team (1997, 1998, 1999).

Personal: Born March 28, 1982 … daughter of Joseph and Connie Marker … has four brothers: Greg, Ken, Steve and Luke … favorite athlete is Mario Lemieux ... enjoys iceskating ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning the team and individual state championships ... is the treasurer of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council ... has a 4.0 GPA ... chose Maryland for the beautiful campus, the nationally recognized business school, and the closeness of Washington, D.C. ... majoring in Decision and Information Sciences.