The Final Match of the Season for WMU Women’s Tennis Team

Western Michigan’s women’s tennis team is wrapping up their season this weekend. The final week of the season will see the Broncos face off against the Toledo Rockets and the Northern Illinois Huskies.

Aaron Umen WMU Broncos

The ‘20-‘21 season has been quite the ride for collegiate tennis teams across the country. For weeks, officials rallied the options before players even had a chance to hit the court. But, sure enough, the sport outfitted itself to meet covid regulations… and the season served right along.

Aaron Umen UT Rockets

But now, the season is coming to an end. For the Western Michigan Broncos, the chapter will close on Friday at 1 PM against the Toledo Rockets at home; and Sunday at 2 PM against the Northern Illinois Huskies away. For Senior players, Jeryn Jack and Valerie Riegraf, the end of the season is truly the end of an era.

Aaron Umen NIU Huskies

Aaron Umen wishes the Western Michigan women’s tennis team the absolute best of luck in their season closer! If anyone is interested in following the turn out of the matches, live results will be available on the Broncos’ official stats website.

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Aaron Umen is a Tennis Coach, Player and Enthusiast. He is an aspiring entrepreneur with additional interests in volunteering & nonprofits. http://aaronumen.com

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Aaron Umen is a Tennis Coach, Player and Enthusiast. He is an aspiring entrepreneur with additional interests in volunteering & nonprofits. http://aaronumen.com

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