Michelle Waldhauser appeared in 20 singles matches during her senior campaign, all coming in the back of the Husker lineup. Waldhauser found more success when playing tougher competiton, compiling a 4-7 record at No. 4 singles compared to a combined mark of 1-8 at the Nos. 5 and 6 spots. On the doubles court, Waldhauser struggled to find her groove, finishing the season with an 0-8 record with Kristie Bilecky at the No. 3 position.
Waldhauser, a 1995 Phillips 66 Academic All-Big Eight recipient, finished the season with an overall record of 13-14 and 6-8 in the Big Eight. Alternating between teammates Frauke Hachtmann and Jennifer Thoste at No. 3 doubles, Waldhauser compiled an 8-13 mark, including a 3-7 conference record.
Waldhauser finished the season with an 11-11 record and 3-5 in conference play at the No. 5 singles spot.
Waldhauser played at the No. 6 singles spot and completed the season with a commendable 8-9 record, but was 0-2 against Big Eight opponents. In doubles play, she paired with Jane Startin at the No. 3 position, and the duo played their way to a 6-9 record overall, 2-5 in the conference.
While at Llein Forest High School, Waldhauser was the Most Valuable Tennis Player during her junior and senior years. She was also named an Army Reserve-Scholar-Athlete.
Michelle is the daughter of Dan and Darina Waldhauser and was born in Houston, Texas. Waldhauser has one sister, Jennifer, and is an international business major.