March 17, 2014
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State women's tennis team holds a 12-3 record so far into its 2014 schedule. In an attempt to "Meet the Spartans," msuspartans.com will feature a student-athlete every week throughout the season. Senior Marina Bohrer (Porto Alegre, Brazil) is featured this week. The co-captain has played every match this season on the top singles court, posting a 12-2 mark on that court. For her four-year career, Bohrer has an overall singles record of 66-40. Her 66 wins are the most all-time career singles wins in Michigan State women's tennis history.
Major: Supply Chain Management
Hometown: Porto Alegre, Brazil
Favorite part about your hometown: Its botanical gardens
Siblings: Twin brother
Reason for coming to MSU: Big campus, good supply chain program
Best MSU memories: The spring matches and the spring break trips
Post-school plans: I want to do grad school here and get a job hopefully
How long have you been playing tennis: Since I was eight years old
Favorite meal: Brazilian barbecue
Favorite movie: "Matilda"
Favorite TV show as a kid: "Spongebob"
Favorite place to eat in East Lansing: No Thai
Favorite spot on campus: The fountain in front of the library
Favorite class: Accounting
What most people don't know about you: I have a twin brother
Biggest fear: Unemployment
Hobbies: Travel, hang out with friends, watch movies
Pregame ritual/superstitions: I like to check on the players I'll be playing next. I scout my opponents, right or lefty, who they've played
Pregame meal: Peanut Butter
If you could play doubles with anyone in the world, who would you play with: Brazilian player Bruno Soares