NCAA Mens Tennis

Boilers Close January with Two Home Matches

Boilers Close January with Two Home Matches

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.- The Purdue men’s tennis team will close out the month of January at home with back-to-back matches against the Western Michigan Broncos on Friday, January 27th and the IUPUI Jaguars on Saturday, January 28th. 

The Boilermakers are coming in with a hunger to get back to .500 after a slow start to the spring. Purdue has shown flashes of invaluable effort with freshmen Hassan Baroudi and Mujtaba Ali-Khan pushing all their matches to three sets, while the doubles teams picked up their first point of the year against Cleveland State.


Purdue (0-2) vs. Western Michigan (2-1)

Schwartz Tennis Center

Friday, Jan. 27 | 1 p.m. (ET)

Purdue (0-2) vs. IUPUI (0-4)

Schwartz Tennis Center

Saturday, Jan. 28 | 11 a.m. (ET)


  • The Boilermakers are 6-7 all-time against Western Michigan. Purdue started 6-0, but has lost the last 7 consecutive matches.
  • Purdue is 12-0 all-time against IUPUI.
  • The Boilers have never surrendered more than one point to the Jaguars.
  • Hassan Baroudi made his Boilermaker debut against Cleveland State.
  • Mujtaba Ali-Khan, Milledge Cossu, and Michal Wozniak all have a win in singles this spring.
  • Purdue picked up its first doubles point victory against the Vikings. 
  • Each doubles pair is 1-1 this season.
  • Milledge Cossu picked up his first career win at No. 3 against Cleveland State.
  • Tomasz Dudek hasn’t won at No. 5 since the 2019-20 season.
  • Julen Morgan made his spring debut in singles against the Vikings at No. 6.
  • Western Michigan’s two wins have been 7-0 sweeps against Butler and UIC.
  • The Broncos will play four Big Ten opponents this season.
  • Both Western Michigan and IUPUI suffered their first loss to Notre Dame.
  • The Jaguars are 0-2 on the road this season.

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