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"One of the newest athletics venues at the College of William and Mary, the Busch Courts tennis complex opened in September of 2001. It is the outdoor home of the Tribe tennis squads. The complex features eight individual hard court surfaces. Each court features California Corners, a unique design that includes quarter fences that run along the sidelines to allow for uninterrupted play. There is stadium seating for approximately 500 people at Busch Courts, and there is also a state-of-the-art lighting system to accommodate night matches."[1]

"In honor of her 50 years of service, Tribe athletics director Terry Driscoll announced the naming of the Millie West Tennis Facility, pending Board of Visitors approval. The complex, which is located behind William and Mary Hall and was formerly named the Anheuser-Busch Courts, is the outdoor home of both the men’s and women’s Tribe tennis programs."[2]

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