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Washington-St. Louis Athletics | February 10, 2014

Washington-St. Louis defeats Wis.-Whitewater, falls to Wis.-Green Bay


GREEN BAY, Wis. – No. 4 ranked Washington-St. Louis picked up its second consecutive top-25 win with a 6-3 victory against No. 24 ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater Sunday afternoon in Green Bay, Wis.

The Bears suffered a 4-0 loss to NCAA Division I University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in the second match of the day.

• Senior Tim Noack has won six-straight singles matches and is undefeated in his career at No. 4 singles.
• Noack and sophomore Tyler Kratky are both 2-0 in dual matches in singles.
• Junior Ross Putterman and freshman Jeremy Bush are 10-3 this season as the Bears’ top doubles team.
• Noack picked up his 80th overall win of his career (80-32) while Putterman earned his 90th (90-49).
• Head coach Roger Follmer picked up the 215th victory of her career.

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