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TENNIS FALLS BUT READY FOR POSTSEASON

GRIFFON TENNIS GETS TRIPPED UP BY NSU BUT KNOWS THERES MORE AHEAD.

Posted: Apr 8, 2018 11:03 PM

MISSOURI WESTERN TENNIS PLAYED NORTHEASTERN STATE SUNDAY AT GENISIS ATHLETIC CLUB, AND HAD A HARD TIME WITH THE RIVERHAWKS AS THE GRIFFONS LOST THEIR FINAL MATCH OF THE REGULAR SEASON.

THE SILVER LINING, IS THAT THE GRIFFONS HAD ALREADY QUALIFIED FOR THE MIAA CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT.

THIS WILL BE MISSOURI WESTERNS THIRD QUALIFICATION IN FOUR YEARS, AND WILL ONLY LOSE ONE SENIOR FROM THIS YEARS TEAM.

THE MIAA TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL BE PLAYED IN LINCOLN NEBRASKA AT THE DILLION TENNIS CENTER. THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT WILL START MONDAY APRIL 16TH. TIMES AND MATCH UP ARE STILL BEING SCHEDULED.

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Temperatures today were slightly above average with highs in the upper 80s. Similar conditions are in store for Sunday as well as stronger winds with gusts up to 20mph. Tonight will be calm with lows in the upper 60s with very light wind. Temperatures will start off above average on Monday before a cold front moves through. That front will give us additional rain chances Monday night and some much more fall like temperatures through the rest of the week.
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