Indre & Greiner Honored With MAC Year-End Awards
Indre wrapped his career at WMU with his third straight First Team All-MAC honor and one of the best seasons of his three-year career, notching numbers that place him in elite company among Broncos in team history. Indre recorded a team-best 27-14 record in singles, including a 17-6 mark in dual match singles at the No. 1 position. His career record of 77-32 in singles play gives him a .706 singles winning percentage, the third-highest for a singles play with at least 75 wins under head coach Dave Morin. Indre entered the 2013-14 season with a #124 rank in ITA singles and maintained a high level of play throughout the year, going 4-0 against Big Ten opponents and anchoring the WMU line-up.
In addition to the First Team All-MAC honor, Indre was given the Jack Vredevelt Sportsmanship Award, named for former WMU Hall of Fame player and head coach Jack Vredevelt and given annually to a senior who has displayed outstanding sportsmanship throughout his career.
Greiner was a key contributor in doubles play for the Broncos this season, tying for third on the team with a 16-15 mark in doubles play that included a 12-7 mark in dual match doubles. A versatile doubles partner, Greiner played nearly equally at all three dual match doubles positions, going 3-1 at No. 1, 2-2 at No. 2, and 7-4 at No. 3. He tied his freshman campaign with 16 wins in singles play, including a 7-11 mark at the No. 2 spot in the line-up and a win at No. 1 early in the season.