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The Indiana University East men's tennis team plays at crosstown opponent Earlham College on April 12.
The match is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m.
The Red Wolves are 2-9 on their spring season.
The NCAA Division III Quakers are 12-1.
IU East seeks its first men's tennis win against Earlham.
LAST TIME OUT
IU East fell 7-2 against Oakland City University on April 9. The Red Wolves were two tiebreaks away from winning two additional matches.
Earlham beat Bluffton 9-0 on April 7 and faces Hanover College on April 11.
Earlham beat IU East 8-1 during the fall season and 8-1 last spring.
SCOUTING THE OPPOSITION
Earlham has won nine consecutive matches and is on pace for its second consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference title.
No player in the Quakers' top six has lost more than two singles matches. Brad Maisey, who primarily plays No. 4 singles, has Earlham's top record at 11-1.
PLAYER TO WATCH
IU East sophomore Justin Judd (West Milton, Ohio/Milton-Union High School) won at No. 4 singles against Earlham during the fall season.
NUMBERS OF NOTE
The driving distance from IU East to Earlham is about the same as the length of 277 tennis courts (about 4.1 miles).
FOLLOW THE MATCH
Earlham College is located at 801 National Road West in Richmond.
Earlham's tennis courts are on the southern edge of the campus.
Monitor www.iueredwolves.com for results from the match.