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Men's Tennis Names 2014 Team Captains

Courtesy: Sean Fagan, Assistant Director of Media Relations
Release: 11/14/2013
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KALAMAZOO, Mich. - The Western Michigan men's tennis team announced today that senior Nadin Indre and sophomore Andrew Cahn had been elected the Broncos' team captains for the 2013-14 dual match season.  Indre is entering his second season as a team captain, and Cahn his first.

"Well deserved honor for both Andrew and Nadin," said head coach Dave Morin.  "They're both leading the way with their on-court success, but they're also low-ego guys that are true team players.  They lead their teammates both on and off the court, and I think they will be a great extension of our coaching staff.  With their work ethic and their habits, they are a great reflection of the things our program holds most important."

Indre entered the fall season ranked #124 in singles in the country, going a team-best 10-8 against a tough slate of competition in tournament play.  A senior who has only been with the Broncos since Spring 2012, Indre has compiled a 60-26 (.698) career record in singles play and a 112-59 (.655) record overall at WMU, and has led the Broncos to two consecutive NCAA Tournaments.

Cahn finished the fall season with a 13-15 record, including a 7-8 mark in singles play, but the sophomore led the Broncos in singles wins last season with a 28-18 record.  Cahn posted the best record for the Broncos in their last tournament of the fall season, going 2-2 in singles at the Gopher Invitational hosted by Minnesota, and picked up two singles wins at the ITA Midwest Regional before falling to Indre in the round of 16.