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Judson Women's Tennis signs Leanna Krueger to team. Women's Tennis - Thu, Jul. 24, 2014

Coach Moment signs another player to the ladies tennis team at Judson Univeristy. Leanna Krueger comes to Judson with an extensive tennis history and competitive playing from Michigan. She played three years at North Pointe Christian and was a proven leader and value to their ladies team. We look forward to her joining the team in the Fall and expect to see her make an immediate impact on the court. 

Damon Corrie from Western Australia joins the Judson Eagles to play tennis in the fall. Damon comes to Judson with over 10 years of competitive tennis. He brings an extensive career of singles and doubles matches that combine to a total of 380 matches. Damon was a member of and represented Western Australia in the National Bruce Cup Competition and was a semi finalist in the Busselton Junior Open and a quarterfinalist in the Western Australia Junior Open. Damon has won various Club Championships in singles and doubles as a junior and plays for the Blue Gum Park Tennis Club. We are excited to see the leadership and depth that Damon will bring to the Eagles Men's Team and look forward to having him part of the Judson Family.

Judson University signs another player to their 2014 men's roster. Michael Bruen from Canberra, Australia has signed his National Letter of Intent to play tennis at Judson University in the Fall. Michael will be bringing a long standing and successful tennis career to Judson in the Fall. Michael attended Canberra College where he graduated in December. Michael was one of 8 top players to be a member of the Australian Pizzy Cup Team where he represented his State in National Tournaments. Michael has played in over 119 singles matches and 55 doubles matches over the last few years as well as some mixed doubles matches and many tournaments. Michael was also a finalist in the Metropolitan Hard Court Championships in Sydney. We look forward to Michael being a strong contributor to the singles and doubles lineup. Michael will be studying Exercise Sport Science at Judson and will surely bring a high level of tennis to the program. 

Coach Moment announces the signing of another top local athlete to the men's tennis team for Fall. Josh Gronowski comes to Judson with an extensive USTA history of playing competitive tennis resulting in a record of 23-19 over the last few years. Josh has been slowing improving his match play as well as capturing some championship in the USTA Heritage Tennis Club Tournaments. Josh will joining the tennis team in the Fall and is expected to be a key player in the singles and doubles lineup. We welcome him and his family to the Judson Family and look forward to the impact he will make on and off the court at Judson.