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Women's Tennis Falls at Western Michigan
Release: Wednesday 02/16/2013 
by BradleyBraves.com

 

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Western Michigan swept through all nine matches to earn a 7-0 women’s tennis dual match victory versus Bradley (1-3) Sunday evening at West Hills Athletic Club.

Junior Adele Henke put up the stiffest test from the Braves, dropping a 6-4, 6-3 decision at No. 1 singles.

Bradley will remain in Kalamazoo for two more matches Sunday, at 8 a.m. versus IUPUI and 1 p.m. versus Kalamazoo College.  First-year Bradley head coach Chris Williams will make his home debut with the Braves during a 4-match home stand that will begin Feb. 23 (12 p.m.) versus Valparaiso at the Clubs at River City.

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