Women's Tennis

Audrey Marquard
Audrey Marquard


Orlando, Fla.

High School:
IMG Academy




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Audrey Marquard is in her first year with LMU tennis...

Trained at IMG Academy (Sarasota, Fla.) in tennis and physical fitness 4-5 times a week prior to choosing to play for the Lions...College Format spring 2010 winner at IMG before finishing as the runner-up in the same format in the fall of 2011...training under Coach Ferdinand Redelijk of Holland, won the 2010 April Showers Challenge Girls' 14 singles title at the Fort Gatlin Tennis Center and reached the finals of the Lake Cane Tennis Center 2010 Junior Summer Slam Local Girls' 14 singles tournament...has played tennis all over the world, including Switzerland, Mexico, France and Nevis, while also training with WTA player Jennifer Zerbone from France and past ATP player Marc Walder from Switzerland...the IMG Academy Bollettieri Tennis program provides a solid foundation for the pursuit of success, pairing elite academics with world-class tennis instruction and athletic training...the IMG Academy has established itself as a premier school for preparing student-athletes for their next step in life...graduated high school with high honors...

Audrey Marquard was born on October 29, 1995 in Zurich, Switzerland...the daughter of Priscilla Louro and Jurg Marquard...has two sisters, Alexandra and Caroline, and one brother, Philipp...chose LMU because of the great location to play tennis, for the team, and for the quality education...has been playing tennis for 13 years and has trained all over the world, including Switzerland, France, Bahamas, Nevis, Mexico, Greece and Monaco...a psychology major.


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