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Table of Contents......................................... 1 This is FSU Tennis ..................................2-3 Scott Speicher Tennis Center ................. 4 Indoor Tennis Facility................................ 5 University and Athletic Admin ............ 6 2012 Outlook 2012 Quick Facts......................................... 7 2012 Season Outlook ................................ 8 2012 Roster .................................................... 9

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Student-Athletes 2011 Seminoles...........................................10 'ƒ•‘Â?7ÂƒĂ…Â”Â‘Â• .................................................11 Andres Bucaro.............................................12 Jordan Kelly-Houston ..............................13 Anderson Reed ...........................................14 Brian Alden ..................................................15 Blake Davis ...................................................16 Dominic Cotrone ......................................17 Cristian Gonzalez Mendez ...................18 Joao Gauer/Benjamin Lock ....................19 Coaching Staff Head Coach Dwayne Hultquist ...20-21 Associate Coach Nick Crowell ...........22 Vol. Asst. Coach Andy Gerst ...............23 Men’s Tennis Support Staff .................24 2011 Review 2011 Season in Review...........................25 2011 Season Statistics ..............................26 2011 Results .......................................27-29

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History of the Program All-Time Match Record.........................30 Year-By-Year Results .........................31-39 Top Seminoles ......................................40-41 Coaching Records.....................................42 Coaching History ......................................43 All-Time Letterwinners ...........................44 Postseason History ....................................45 ACC Conference History.......................46 Conference History ..................................47 Honors and Awards ..................................48 Top Records.................................................49 Media Information....................................50

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QUALITY LEADERSHIP When head coach Dwayne Hultquist took over Florida State’s men’s tennis program in 2000, the Seminoles were seventh out of nine teams in the ACC and barely ranked in the top 60 nationally. Under his leadership, Hultquist morphed the Seminoles into a winning sensation, coaching the team to the No. 7 ranking in the country in 2008, the highest in program history. Hultquist’s coaching expertise led the men’s tennis team to be recognized as a top contender in the conference and across the nation revamping the perception of the program. As the winningest coach in program history, Hultquist has brought Florida State men’s –‡Â?Â?‹•ƒ•‡Â?•‡‘ˆ…‘Â?Ƥ†‡Â?…‡ƒÂ?†•—……‡••–Šƒ–Šƒ† not been seen before.

PRESTIGIOUS PROGRAM Florida State is known for developing elite talent and their reputation was further sustained when the men’s tennis team was invited to compete in the NCAA Tournament for their ninth consecutive season. This would not have been possible without assistance from The Seminoles’ superb athŽ‡–‡••—…ŠĥĆ¤Â˜Â‡ÇŚÂ•Â–ÂƒÂ”„Ž—‡…Š‹’”‡…”—‹–ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹• ƒÂ?†Ć¤Â˜Â‡ÇŚÂ•Â–ƒ””‡…”—‹–•Â?†”‡•Â—Â…ÂƒÂ”Â‘ÇĄÂ?†‡”•‘Â? ‡‡†ǥ”‹ƒÂ?Ž†‡Â?ƒÂ?†‘Â?‹Â?‹…‘–”‘Â?‡Ǥ Â?͖͔͔͙ǥ the team reached the Final Eight after impressive —’•‡–•‘˜‡”‡Â?–—…Â?›ƒÂ?† ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹•‡Â?”‘—–‡–‘–Š‡ Â“Â—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ•Ǥ

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NATIONAL ACCOLADES With having such a successful program over the past 10 years, it is not a surprise that there would be some exceptional athletes playing for the Seminoles. This past season, the Seminoles added two more All-Americans in Vahid Mirzadeh and Connor Smith when they reached the round of 16 in the Doubles NCAA Championships. Prior to that, the ͖͔͔Í?Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ˜‡•—„‘Â?‡ǥ was named an All-American in singles in both 2008 and 2009. Mat Cloer, a two-time ACC Player of the Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡Ƥ”•–ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?•‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒ–ŠŽ‡–‡‹Â?’”‘‰”ƒÂ?Š‹•–‘”›‹Â?͖͔͔͙ǤŠ‡‘Â?Ž›‘–Š‡”ÂŽÂŽÇŚ Â?‡”‹…ƒÂ?•ƒ”‡‡Â?Â…‡Â?œ‹‡ƒÂ?†”‹ƒÂ?–ƒÂ?–‘Â? ™Š‘‡ƒ”Â?‡†–Š‡Š‘Â?‘”‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•‹Â?Í•Í?Í?͙Ǥ

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT A key part to maintaining Florida State’s reputation as an elite collegiate team is having ambitious athletes that continue to ace the competition on ƒÂ?†‘ƥ–Š‡…‘—”–Ǥ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡™ƒ•”‡…‘‰Â?‹œ‡†ĥ only one of six schools to have multiple athletes named to the 2011 All-ACC Academic Team. Vahid Mirzadeh also became the second athlete in school history to be honored with the prestigious Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ”–Š—”•Š‡‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ƒÂ?† ’‘”–•Â?ƒÂ?™ƒ”†ȋ™‹–Šƒ–Ž‘‡”–Š‡Ƥ”•–™‹Â?Â?‡” ‹Â?Í–Í”Í”Í™ČŒÇ¤ Â?͖͔͕͔ǥ ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ˜‡•—„‘Â?‡™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡† –Š‡‡Â?ǯ•‡Â?Â?‹•Â…ÂŠÂ‘ÂŽÂƒÂ”ÇŚ–ŠŽ‡–‡‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ” while FSU men’s tennis has placed 34 student-athŽ‡–‡•‘Â?–Š‡ ‘Â?‘”‘ŽŽ•‹Â?…‡͖͔͔͙Ǥ

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ย‹ย–ยŠย–ยŠย‡ฦคย”ย•ย–ย•ย–ยƒย‰ย‡ย‘ยˆย–ยŠย‡ย…ย‘ยย•ย–ย”ย—ย…ย–ย‹ย‘ยย…ย‘ยย’ยŽย‡ย–ย‡ย†ย‹ยย–ยŠย‡ย•ย—ยยย‡ย”ย‘ยˆอ•อออ—วกย–ยŠย‡ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย‡ยย–ย‡ย”ยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ย‘ยยƒยŽย† ย‘ย—ย…ยย•ย‘ย—ย”ย–ย•ย‘ย’ย‡ยย‡ย†ย‹ย–ย•ย‰ยƒย–ย‡ย•ย–ย‘ย–ยŠย‡ย’ย—ย„ยŽย‹ย…ยˆย‘ย”ย–ยŠย‡ฦคย”ย•ย–ย–ย‹ยย‡ยƒย–ยƒยŠย‹ยŽย†ย”ย‡ยวฏย•ย‹ย”ยƒย…ยŽย‡ย‡ย–ย™ย‘ย”ยย…ยŠยƒย”ย‹ย–ย›ย–ย‘ย—ย”ยยƒยย‡ยย–วคย‹ยย…ย‡ย–ยŠย‡ยวกยยƒยย› successful tournaments including the 1996 NCAA Womenโ€™s Championships and 2007 and 2008 NCAA Regionals have graced the courts at one of Florida State Universityโ€™s premier athletic facilities. ยŠย‡ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย‡ยย–ย‡ย”ยŠย‘ย—ย•ย‡ย•อ•อ–ยŽย‹ย‰ยŠย–ย‡ย†ยŠยƒย”ย†ย…ย‘ย—ย”ย–ย•วกย‘ย˜ย‡ย”อ•วกอ”อ”อ”ย…ย‘ย—ย”ย–ยŽย‡ย˜ย‡ยŽย•ย‡ยƒย–ย•วกย…ย‘ยƒย…ยŠย‹ยย‰ย‘ฦฅย…ย‡ย•วกยย‡ยวฏย•ยƒยย† womenโ€™s locker rooms, equipment and storage rooms, two team lounges and a public address system. The growing pride Florida ย–ยƒย–ย‡ยŠยƒย•ยˆย‘ย”ย‹ย–ย•ย–ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย’ย”ย‘ย‰ย”ยƒยย™ยƒย•ยŠย‘ยย‘ย”ย‡ย†ยŒย—ย•ย–ยƒยˆย–ย‡ย”ย‹ย–ย•ย‘ย’ย‡ยย‹ยย‰ย‹ยอ•อออ˜วกย™ยŠย‡ยย–ยŠย‡ยย‹ย–ย‡ย†ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย•ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย•ย•ย‘ย…ย‹ยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยศ‹ศŒยƒย™ยƒย”ย†ed the structure with its โ€œTop Notchโ€ facility award. ยŠย‡ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย‡ยย–ย‡ย”ย™ยƒย•ยยƒยย‡ย†ย‹ยยŠย‘ยย‘ย”ย‘ยˆย‹ย‡ย—ย–ย‡ยยƒยย–ย‘ยยยƒยย†ย‡ย”ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”วกยƒย‰ย”ยƒย†ย—ยƒย–ย‡ย‘ยˆ ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ยย‹ย˜ย‡ย”ย•ย‹ย–ย›วคย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ย™ยƒย•ย…ย‘ยย•ย‹ย†ย‡ย”ย‡ย†ย–ยŠย‡ฦคย”ย•ย–ยย‡ย”ย‹ย…ยƒยย…ยƒย•ย—ยƒยŽย–ย›ย†ย—ย”ย‹ยย‰ย’ย‡ย”ยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยย‡ย•ย‡ย”ย–ย–ย‘ย”ยวกย„ย—ย–ย™ยƒย•ยŽยƒย–ย‡ย”ย”ย‡ย…ยŽยƒย•ย•ย‹ฦคย‡ย†ย„ย› the United States government as missing in action in 2001 and missing or captured a year later. However, in 2009 Speicherโ€™s remains ย™ย‡ย”ย‡ยˆย‘ย—ยย†ย‹ยย–ยŠย‡ยย„ยƒย”ย’ย”ย‘ย˜ย‹ยย…ย‡ย‘ยˆ ย”ยƒย“ยƒยˆย–ย‡ย”ยƒยย‡ยƒย”ยŽย›อ–อ”วฆย›ย‡ยƒย”ย•ย‡ยƒย”ย…ยŠวคยŠย‡ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ยˆยƒยย‹ยŽย›ย™ยƒย•ยŽยƒย–ย‡ย”ยŠย‘ยย‘ย”ย‡ย†ย„ย› ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒย–ยƒยŠย‘ยย‡ยˆย‘ย‘ย–ย„ยƒยŽยŽย‰ยƒยย‡ย™ย‹ย–ยŠยƒยย‹ย•ย•ย‹ยย‰ยยƒยยˆย‘ย”ยยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยฦชย›ย‘ย˜ย‡ย”ยˆย”ย‘ยย–ยŠย‡ยƒย˜ย›วคย›ย”ย‡ย•ย‹ย†ย‡ยย–ย‹ยƒยŽย†ย‹ย”ย‡ย…ย–ย‹ย˜ย‡วกย–ยŠย‡ยˆยƒย…ย‹ยŽย‹ย–ย›ย„ย‡ยƒย”ย•ย–ยŠย‡ยยƒยย‡ the โ€œScott Speicher Tennis Center.โ€ ยŠย‡ย˜ยƒย”ย•ย‹ย–ย›ย–ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย…ย‘ย—ย”ย–ย•ย™ย‡ย”ย‡ยยƒยย‡ย†ยˆย‘ย”ย‘ยยƒยŽย†ย‘ย—ย…ยย•ย‹ยอ•ออœอ•วค ย‡ย•ย‡ย”ย˜ย‡ย†ยƒย•ย‡ยƒยย‘ยˆยย‡ยยˆย”ย‘ยอ•ออ™อ›วฆอ•ออšอ›ยƒยย†ย™ยƒย•ยยย‘ย™ย ยƒย•ยƒย•ย‡ย”ย˜ยƒยย–ย‘ยˆยŽย‡ยƒย†ย‡ย”ย•ยŠย‹ย’วกย•ย‡ย”ย˜ย‹ย…ย‡ยƒยย†ย†ย‡ย˜ย‘ย–ย‹ย‘ยย–ย‘ยยƒยย›ย™ย‘ย”ย–ยŠย›ย…ยƒย—ย•ย‡ย•วค ยอ•ออ˜อ›วกย‘ย—ย…ยย•ย„ย‡ย…ยƒยย‡ ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡วฏย•ฦคย”ย•ย–ยย‡ยวฏย•ย„ยƒย•ยย‡ย–ย„ยƒ���ŽยŽ ย…ย‘ยƒย…ยŠยƒยย†ยƒย›ย‡ยƒย”ยŽยƒย–ย‡ย”ย™ยƒย•ยยƒยย‡ย†ย–ยŠย‡ย•ย…ยŠย‘ย‘ยŽวฏย•ฦคย”ย•ย–ย–ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย…ย‘ยƒย…ยŠวค ย‹ย•ย–ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย–ย‡ยƒยย™ยƒย•ย–ยŠย‡ฦคย”ย•ย–ยƒย–ยŠยŽย‡ย–ย‹ย…ย–ย‡ยƒยวค ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย’ย‡ย‹ย…ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย‡ยย–ย‡ย”ย™ยƒย•ย†ย‡ย•ย‹ย‰ยย‡ย†ย„ย›ศ€ย”ย…ยŠย‹ย–ย‡ย…ย–ย•วก ยย…วควกยƒยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วฆย„ยƒย•ย‡ย†ยƒย”ย…ยŠย‹ย–ย‡ย…ย–ย—ย”ยƒยŽฦคย”ยวกย‹ยย…ย‘ยŽยŽยƒย„ย‘ย”ยƒย–ย‹ย‘ย ย™ย‹ย–ยŠ ยŽย‘ย„ยƒยŽย‘ยย•ย—ยŽย– ย”ย‘ย—ย’วก ยย…วควกยƒยย‹ยย–ย‡ย”ยยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยยƒยŽยŽย›ย”ย‡ย…ย‘ย‰ยย‹ยœย‡ย†ย‡ยยย‹ย• ยƒย…ย‹ยŽย‹ย–ย›ย‡ย•ย‹ย‰ยย‘ยย•ย—ยŽย–ยƒยย–วค

Did you know... ...Florida State has not had a losing record at home since Scott Speicher opened in 1993 ...The Noles are 168-65 all-time at Speicher since 1994, a 72% winning percentage ... Florida State has never had a losing season at home under Dwayne Hultquist ...Florida State holds a 108-47 record at Scott Speicher Tennis Center since 2000 with a 70% winning percentage .....The team is 50-16 at home since 2007, good for a 76% winning percentage 4

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After breaking ground on construction in January of 2010, the men’s team was able to practice in their new indoor practice facility 15 months later ‘’”‹Ž͟ǡ͚͙͙͘Ǥ‹–Š‘Ž›–Š‡Ƥ”•–•–ƒ‰‡†‘‡ǡ–Š‡ school looks to add seating and a press box to the ONLY indoor facility in the state of Florida and only one of a few in the southeast. The new multimillion dollar facility is located adjacent to the Morcom Aquatics Facility and the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course and Club at 2566 Pottsdamer Road.

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MEN’S TENNIS university & athletic administration 2011-12 FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

DR. ERIC J. BARRON President

Avi Assidon

Allan Bense

Edward E. Susie “Ed” Burr Busch-Transou

Joseph L. Camps

Emily Fleming Duda

Joseph Gruters

Wm. Andrew Haggard, Chair

Mark Hillis

James E. Kinsey, Jr.

Sandra Lewis

Margaret A. “Peggy” Rolando

RANDY SPETMAN Director of Athletics

Brent W. Sembler PAMELA L. PERREWE’ Faculty Athletics Representative

MONK BONASORTE Senior Associate Athletics Director

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KEVIN TERRY Senior Associate Athletics Director/CFO

JON JOST Director of Strength and Speed Men’s Tennis Oversight

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he 2011-12 Florida State men’s tennis team looks to make the NCAA tournament for the 10th straight year. The Seminoles are ranked No. 44 and start this season three spots ahead of where they ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†‹Â?Žƒ•–•‡ƒ•‘Â?ǯ•ƤÂ?ƒŽ”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰•Ǥ Â?ƒ›Šƒ˜‡Ž‘•–‘Â?‡‘ˆ–Š‡‹” best players from last season, but this year the Seminoles bring in several new faces to help them battle for a National Championship. The Florida State schedule is not going to make anything easy for them this season. Florida State is scheduled to play four teams ranked in the top 10, four players ranked in the singles top 10, and 6 groups ranked in the doubles top ͖͙Ǥ ™‹ŽŽŠ‘•– Í•Í™Â?ƒ–…Š‡•‹Â?ƒŽlahassee including No. 10 Duke, No. Í•Í™ ‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Šǥ ‘ǤÍ•ÍœÂ?ŽƒŠ‘Â?ÂƒÇĄ and No. 20 North Carolina. Their road schedule is even tougher. FSU will have to travel and face No. 2 Virginia, No. Í™ÂƒÂ›ÂŽÂ‘Â”ÇĄ‘ǤÍœ Florida, and No. 19 Texas. Florida State has a tough task ahead of them, but hopefully they will be able to gain enough experience and …‘Â?Ƥ†‡Â?…‡–‘Š‡Ž’–Š‡Â?‰‘†‡‡’‹Â?–‘–Š‡ƒÂ?†–‘—”Â?ƒments. Florida State returns four players from last year’s roster including Â?†”‡•Â—Â…ÂƒÂ”Â‘ÇĄŽƒÂ?‡ÂƒÂ˜Â‹Â•ÇĄ ‘”†ƒÂ?‡ŽŽ›nj ‘—•–‘Â?ƒÂ?†Â?†‡”•‘Â? ‡‡†ǤÂ?†”‡•—…ƒ”‘Ž‡†–Š‡–‡ƒÂ?™‹–ŠƒÍ•Í”ÇŚÍ˜•‹Â?‰Ž‡•”‡…‘”†–Š‹• fall, as Anderson Reed was second on the team with a 9-4 singles ”‡…‘”†Ǥ ‘”†ƒÂ?‡ŽŽ›nj ‘—•–‘Â?Šƒ†ƒ͛nj͗•‹Â?‰Ž‡•”‡…‘”†–Š‹•ˆƒŽŽƒÂ?† ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡Â“Â—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽ•™Š‡”‡Š‡ defeated No. 104 Wael Kilani of USF in the round of 16 after losing to him earlier in the year. Florida State also brings in six new players this season and is going to need them to play a big role if they want to

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achieve their goals. The new players ƒ”‡”‹ƒÂ?ÂŽden, Dominic ‘–”‘Â?‡ǥ ‘ ‘ Gauer, Cristian Gonzalez ‡Â?Â†Â‡ÂœÇĄ‡Â?ŒƒÂ?‹Â?‘…Â? ƒÂ?† ƒ•‘Â? ÂƒĆ¤Â”Â‘Â•Ç¤”‹ƒÂ? Alden and ƒ•‘Â?ÂƒĆ¤Â”Â‘Â• are transfers ˆ”‘Â? ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹• and Arizona, respectfully. Alden had a 7-4 singles record this fall which was fourth on the team. Dominic Cotrone paired —’™‹–ŠÂ?†‡”•‘Â?‡‡†ƒÂ?†Šƒ†ƒ͛nj͖†‘—„Ž‡•”‡…‘”†‹Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–ˆƒŽŽ •‡ƒ•‘Â?Ǥ‘–”‘Â?‡™ƒ•”ƒÂ?Â?‡†Ƥ”•–‹Â? Ž‘”‹†ƒƒÂ?†‹•–Š‡͖͔͕͔ †‹˜‹sion 1A State singles champion. Cristian Gonzalez Mendez earned his Ƥ”•–…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡”ƒÂ?Â?‡†™‹Â?ƒ‰ƒ‹Â?•–‘Ǥ͚͛Žƒ”Â?‡’‹Â?‘•ƒ‘ˆƒÂ?‹‡‰‘ ͙nj͛ǥÍšÇŚÍ˜ÇĄÍ•Í”ÇŚÍœ‹Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–ˆƒŽŽ•‡ƒ•‘Â?Ǥ ‘ ‘ ƒ—‡”Â?ƒÂ?‡•Š‹•Â?ƒ”Â?‘Â?–Š‡ –‡ƒÂ?„›‡Â?–‡”‹Â?‰…‘ŽŽ‡‰‡™‹–ŠƒÂ?’‘‹Â?–Ǥ‡Â?ŒƒÂ?‹Â?‘…Â?…‘Â?’‡–‡† in the 2011 Davis Cup representing Zimbabwe where he posted a 4-1 record. Head Coach Dwayne Hultquist returns for his 13th season as Florida State’s head men’s tennis coach. The Seminoles are very young this season only having one senior on the roster and three juniors. The schedule isn’t going to be easy, but the season should bring plenty of excitement.

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ƒ…Š‡œƒ–‘ Š”‹•–…Š—”…Š‘›•ǯ ”‡–‘”‹ƒ‘›•ǯ ‹‰Š…Š‘‘Ž ƒ›•‹†‡…ƒ†‡› ”‹œ‘ƒȀ‡†‡Ž–‘Ȁ  …ƒ†Ǥ

     †”‡•—…ƒ”‘ Ǧ…ƒ”Ǧ‘Š Dominic Cotrone KUH-Trone ƒ•‘ƒƤ”‘•  ƒŠǦ Ǧ‘• ‘ ‘ ƒ—‡”  ‘Š Ǧ‡”

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‡”•–ǡŒ—‹‘”†‡”•‘‡‡†ǡŒ—‹‘” ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ǡˆ”‡•Šƒ‘‹‹…‘–”‘‡ǡ•‡‹‘” ƒ•‘ƒƤ”‘•ǡŠ‡ƒ†…‘ƒ…Š™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•–ƒ†ƒ••‘…‹ƒ–‡…‘ƒ…Š‹…”‘™‡ŽŽǤ ‹––‹‰ˆ”‘Ž‡ˆ––‘”‹‰Š–ǣ —‹‘”†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ǡˆ”‡•Šƒ”‹•–‹ƒ ‘œƒŽ‡œ‡†‡œǡ”‡†•Š‹”– •‘’Š‘‘”‡”‹ƒŽ†‡ƒ†•‘’Š‘‘”‡Žƒ‡ƒ˜‹•Ǥ ‘–’‹…–—”‡†ǣ ”‡•Š‡ ‘ ‘ ƒ—‡”ƒ†‡Œƒ‹‘… SEMINOLES.COM

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ŽŽ‹‘‹•ȋ͕Ȍǣ”‹ƒŽ†‡ ‡šƒ•ȋ͕ȌǣŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹• ”ƒœ‹Žȋ͕Ȍǣ ‘ ‘ ƒ—‡”

—ƒ–‡ƒŽƒȋ͕Ȍǣ†”‡• —…ƒ”‘ ‡™‡ƒŽƒ†ȋ͕Ȍǣ ‘”†ƒ Kelly-Houston ’ƒ‹ȋ͕Ȍǣ”‹•–‹ƒ Gonzalez Mendez ‹„ƒ„™‡ȋ͕Ȍǣ‡Œƒ‹ ‘…

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Guatemala City

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Zimbabwe ‡Œƒ‹‘…

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MEN’S TENNIS BRADENTON, FLA. SENIOR - ARIZONA Senior Year: Fall- Posted an 8-6 record in singles fall play‌posted a 4-1 record at the Seminole

Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ‹Â?•‹Â?‰Ž‡•Ǽ ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡ƤÂ?ƒŽÂ?ƒ–…Š but fell to FAMU’s Salif Kante‌went 2-1 at the

‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?als where he defeated Miami’s Diego Soto in three sets and took No. Í?Í› —ƒÂ?‡Ž‹ƒÂ?—‹‰˜‡Â?tos of Georgia Tech to three sets in the round ‘ˆ͕͚Ǽ’‘•–‡†ƒÍ™ÇŚÍ˜”‡…‘”†‹Â?ˆƒŽŽ†‘—„Ž‡•’Žƒ›‹Â?…Ž—†‹Â?‰ƒÍ˜ÇŚÍ–”‡…‘”† ™‹–Š–‡ƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‡”‹ƒÂ?Ž†‡Â?ÇĽÂ”Â‡ÂƒÂ…ÂŠÂ‡Â†–Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡†‘—„Ž‡• †”ƒ™ƒ––Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽǤ Junior Year (at Arizona): Compiled a 4-4 record during the fall where Š‡™ƒ•–Š‡”‹Â?•‘Â?‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒ…Â?”ƒ™ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?ƒ––Š‡

Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ÂƒÂŽÇĽÂ™ÂƒÂ•–Š‡”—Â?Â?‡”nj—’‹Â?–Š‡†‘—„Ž‡•Â?ƒ‹Â?†”ƒ™ƒ––Š‡ same tournament‌posted an 8-9 singles record during the spring‌ started year out with an 8-3 record‌had an 11-9 record in doubles ‹Â?…Ž—†‹Â?‰ƒ͛nj͙Â?ƒ”Â?™‹–Š–‡ƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‡Â?†”‡Â‹Â†ÂƒÂŽÂŽÂ‡Â”Ǽ–Š‡†—‘—’•‡– the No. 67 team of Clayton and Kelly from Stanˆ‘”†ÍœÇŚÍ™Ç¤ Sophomore Year (at Arizona): Compiled a 13-9 overall singles record after starting the 2010 season ™‹–ŠĆ¤Â˜Â‡‘ˆ•‹š singles wins... tied Andres Carrasco with most wins on the season with 13...in single’s competed in po•‹–‹‘Â?‘ǤÍ•Č‹Í•ÇŚÍ•ČŒÇĄ ‘ǤÍ–Č‹Í—ÇŚÍ–ČŒÇĄ‘Ǥ Í—Č‹Í™ÇŚÍ–ČŒƒÂ?†‘Ǥ ͘Č‹Í˜ÇŚÍ˜ČŒÇĽÂŠÂ‡Šƒ† ƒĆ¤Â˜Â‡•‹Â?‰Ž‡• match winning streak that started against San Diego and ended against

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then-No. 16 ranked California... ÂƒĆ¤Â”Â‘Â• competed in seven doubles matches and was paired with Andres Arango Č‹Í”ÇŚÍ–ČŒÇĄ ‡‘ƥ Â?„”›Č‹Í–ÇŚÍ–ČŒ and Ravid ƒœ‹Č‹Í”ÇŚÍ•ČŒÇ¤Ç¤Ç¤ in the fall, ÂƒĆ¤Â”Â‘Â• competed in four events-NMSU Fall

Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ÂƒÂŽÇĄ‡’’‡”†‹Â?‡ ƒŽŽÂŽÂƒÂ•Â•Â‹Â…ÇĄÇŻÂ‘Â˜Â‘Č€ ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?ƒÂ?†–Š‡ ͖͔͔Í?‹Ž•‘Â?Č€ ‹˜‹•‹‘Â? ‘—–Š™‡•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•™Š‡”‡ he compiled an overall 9-6 singles record...his most notable fall match ™ƒ•ƒ––Š‡͖͔͔Í?‹Ž•‘Â?Č€ ‹˜‹•‹‘Â? ‘—–Š™‡•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•‹Â?ÂƒÂŽÂ‹Â„Â—ÇĄÂƒÂŽÂ‹ÂˆÇ¤ÇĄ™Š‡”‡Š‡ƒ†˜ƒÂ?…‡†–‘–Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡ •‹Â?‰Ž‡ǯ•„”ƒ…Â?‡–ǥ„—–ˆ‡ŽŽ–‘‡’’‡”†‹Â?‡ǯ•Ž‡šŽ‘Â?’ƒ”–Ǥ Freshman year (at Arizona): Competed in two fall events - Arizona ƒŽŽŽƒ••‹…ƒÂ?†‹Ž•‘Â?Č€ ‡•–nj‘”–Š‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•Ǽ ™‘Â?–Š‡Ƥ”•–ƒÂ?Â?—ƒŽ”‹œ‘Â?ƒ ƒŽŽŽƒ••‹…™Š‡Â?–‡ƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‡ ”ƒÂ?…‘‹• ƒÂ?†‡”‡”™‡™ƒ•—Â?ƒ„Ž‡–‘’Žƒ›†—‡–‘‹Â?ÂŒÂ—Â”Â›Ç¤Ç¤Ç¤Ć¤Â?‹•Š‡†ˆƒŽŽ™‹–Šƒ 4-3 singles record...started his freshman spring campaign winning Š‹•Ƥ”•–Í•Í™Â?ƒ–…Š‡•ǤǤǤ†—”‹Â?‰–Š‡•–”‡ƒÂ?ÇĄŠ‡™‘Â?Í•Í–•–”ƒ‹‰Š–Â?ƒ–…Š‡• –‘•–ƒ”––Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?ǤǤǤ™‘Â?Í•Í™‘ˆ–Š‡Í•ÍšÂ?‘Â?nj…‘Â?ˆ‡”‡Â?…‡Â?ƒ–…Š‡•Š‡ participated in...owns a 3-0 record in Pac-10 play...tied with teammate Andres Carrasco for most single’s victories in one season with 18...in single’s competed primarily at position No. 6 where he was 14-1...also ‹•ƒ’‡”ˆ‡…–Í˜ÇŚÍ”™Š‡Â?’Žƒ›‹Â?‰ƒ–’‘•‹–‹‘Â?‘Ǥ͙ǤǤǤ‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•ǥ–‡ƒÂ?‡† ™‹–ŠÂ?†”‡•”ƒÂ?‰‘Č‹Í•ÇŚÍ–ČŒƒÂ?† ƒ› ‘Ž†Â?ƒÂ?Č‹Í”ÇŚÍ•ČŒÇ¤ High School: ͖͔͔͜‹…Â?‘ŽŽ‡––‹‡”‹‡Â?Â?‹•…ƒ†‡Â?› Â”ÂƒÂ†Â—ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇĽÂ™Â‘Â? –™‘  –‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–•‹Â?•‹Â?‰Ž‡•’Žƒ›‹Â?Í–Í”Í”ÍœÇĽÂ†Â‘Â—Â„ÂŽÂ‡Â•ƤÂ?ƒŽ‹•–‘ˆ„‘›• ͕͚•††‹‡ ‡”” Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ —Â?‹‘”‡Â?Â?‹•ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•Ǽ͖͔͔͛ •‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƤÂ?ƒŽ‹•–ƒ––Š‡ƒ—Ž”†‘Â?‡œ‡Â?Â?‹•ÂŽÂƒÂ•Â•Â‹Â…Ǽ„Ž—‡…Š‹’Ć¤Â˜Â‡•–ƒ” recruit. Personal: ‘”Â?‘Â? —Ž›Í˜ÇĄÍ•Í?Í?͔ǼÂ?ƒŒ‘”‹Â?‰‹Â?Â•Â‘Â…Â‹Â‘ÂŽÂ‘Â‰Â›ÇĽÂ’ÂƒÂ”Â‡Â?–• ƒ”‡ƒÂ?Â?›ƒÂ?†ƒÂ?Â?›ÂƒĆ¤Â”Â‘Â•ÇĽÂˆÂƒÂ–ÂŠÂ‡Â”ƒÂ?Â?›’Žƒ›‡†„ƒ•Â?‡–„ƒŽŽƒ– Wichita State where he played with the only team in school history to Â?ƒÂ?‡‹––‘–Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•ƒÂ?† ‹Â?ƒŽ Â‘Â—Â”ÇĽÂƒÂ•Â’Â‹Â”Â‡Â•–‘„‡ƒ•’‘”–•ƒ‰‡Â?– after graduation‌earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable mention in 2010 and 2011‌comes to Florida State after three years at the University of Arizona.

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Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽƒÂ?† –Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ• of the Seminole

Â?–‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ Draw‌posted ƒÍšÇŚÍ˜”‡…‘”†‹Â?Â†Â‘Â—Â„ÂŽÂ‡Â•ÇĽÂ”Â‡ÂƒÂ…ÂŠÂ‡Â†–Š‡ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ Â?–‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡‘—„Ž‡•”ƒ™™Š‡”‡Š‡ƒÂ?†ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•Ž‘•––‘–‡ƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‡• Dominic Cotrone and Anderson Reed . Sophomore Year: Spring – Played singles matches on court six‌ …Ž‹Â?…Š‡†–Š‡Â?ƒ–…Šƒ‰ƒ‹Â?•– ”‡•Â?‘–ƒ–‡‹Â?–Š‡Ƥ”•–”‘—Â?†‘ˆ–Š‡  ‹…Â?nj‘ƥ‡‡Â?‡Â?Â†ÇĽÂ•Â–ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â†–Š‡•’”‹Â?‰•‡ƒ•‘Â?™‹–Šƒ͛nj͗”‡…‘”†™‹–Š Â—Â…ÂƒÂ”Â‘ÇĽÂ†Â—Â‘†‡ˆ‡ƒ–‡†–Š‡‘Ǥ͗͘ƒÂ?†͙͖ doubles teams in the Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ÇĽ—…ƒ”‘ƒÂ?† Reed spent most of the season on courts two and three. Fall – Posted a singles victory in each of the four tournaments he participated in during the fall‌ teamed up with Anderson Reed to defeat a tough Georgia Tech duo of

‘Â?‡œƒÂ?†ÇŻ”‹‡Â? Í?ÇŚÍœČ‹ÍšČŒƒ––Š‡  Regional Championships.

͖͔͕͔ …Š‘Žƒ”–ŠŽ‡–‡ and to the 2010 ACC Honor Roll‌won 11 matches during the spring in singles‌ started the spring with a 9-1 record including ƒÂ?—’•‡–‘ˆ‘ǤÍ•Í•Í™ ‹Â?Â? Tearney of Pepperdine to clinch the team victory‌ went 8-2 to start the season with doubles partner Anderson Reed. Fall - Started the fall strong winning four of his Ƥ”•–Ć¤Â˜Â‡•‹Â?‰Ž‡•Â?ÂƒÂ–Â…ÂŠÂ‡Â•ÇĽÂ™Â‘Â?–™‘•‹Â?‰Ž‡•Â?ƒ–…Š‡•ƒ––Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡

Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ÂƒÂŽÇĽÂ™Â‘Â?–™‘†‘—„Ž‡•Â?ƒ–…Š‡•–‡ƒÂ?‡†—’™‹–ŠŽ‹Â?–‘™Ž‡• ‹Â?…Ž—†‹Â?‰‘Â?‡ƒ––Š‡‹Ž•‘Â?Č€ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•Ǥ High School: ͖͔͔͘”ƒÂ?‰‡‘™ŽÂ—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ‹•–ƒÂ?†•‹š–Š’Žƒ…‡‹Â?͕͘ ƒÂ?†—Â?†‡”†‹˜‹•‹‘Â?ÇĽÂ“Â—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ‹•–ƒ–͖͔͔͚‘ƥ‡‡‘™Žˆ‘”Í•ÍœƒÂ?† —Â?Â†Â‡Â”ÇĽÂ”ÂƒÂ?Â?‡†‹Â?–Š‡–‘’͕͙͔‘Â?   —Â?‹‘”•”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰•Ǽ”‡’”‡•‡Â?–‡†

—ƒ–‡Â?ƒŽƒ‘Â?–Š‡ƒ˜‹•—’–‡ƒÂ?‹Â?͖͔͔Í?ÇĽÂ‘Â˜Â‡Â”Í•Í”  ‘—„Ž‡• –‹–Ž‡•Ǽ…Š‘•‡Â?–Š”‡‡–‹Â?‡•–‘Œ‘‹Â?–Š‡  –‡ƒÂ?–‘–”ƒ˜‡Ž–‘—”‘’‡ and South America. Personal: ‘”Â?‘˜‡Â?„‡”͖͚ǥÍ•Í?Í?͔Ǽ•‘Â?‘ˆÂ?ƒ”ƒÂ?†ƒ”‹ƒ—…ƒ”‘ Ǽ„‘–Š’ƒ”‡Â?–•’ƒ”–‹…‹’ƒ–‡†‹Â?…‘Â?’‡–‹–‹˜‡–”ƒ…Â?ƒÂ?†Ƥ‡Ž†‹Â? —ƒ–‡mala ‌one sister, Cecilia‌at age 13, moved to Tampa, Fla., to train ƒ– —‹œƒ”‡Â?Â?‹•…ƒ†‡Â?›ˆ‘”Í™Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”Â•ÇĽÂ?ƒŒ‘”‹Â?‰‹Â?„—•‹Â?॥Â?ƒÂ?ƒ‰‡ment ‌National Honor Society member in 2006-07 and 2007-08.

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MEN’S TENNIS CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND Junior - Christchurch Boys’ Junior Year: Fall –Posted a 7-3 singles record‌ ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡Â“Â—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ• ‘ˆ–Š‡ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•– Regionals where he defeated No. 104 Wael Kilani of USF in the round of 16 after losing to him earlier in the year‌reached the •‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‹Â?–Š‡”ƒ™ at the State of Florida Championships‌posted a 3-3 singles record while going 3-2 when teamed —’™‹–ŠŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•Ǥ Sophomore Year: Spring – Second on the team with an 8-4 ACC re…‘”†Ǽ’‘•–‡†ƒ™‹Â?Â?‹Â?‰”‡…‘”†‘Â?…‘—”–ÂˆÂ‘Â—Â”ÇĽÂ†Â‡ÂˆÂ‡ÂƒÂ–Â‡Â†‘ǤÍ?Í” ‘‡› —”Â?Šƒ”†–‘ˆÍšÇŚÍ˜ÇĄ͛nj͚Č‹Í›ČŒÇĽÂ‡Â?†‡†•‡ƒ•‘Â?‘Â?ƒĆ¤Â˜Â‡Â?ƒ–…Š™‹Â?Â?‹Â?‰ •–”‡ƒÂ?ÇĽÂŠÂƒÂ•ƒÂ?ÍœÇŚÍš†‘—„Ž‡•”‡…‘”†Ǽ‹Â?–Š‡Ƥ”•–†‘—„Ž‡•Â?ƒ–…Š‡ŽŽ›nj ‘—•–‘Â?ƒÂ?†ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•’Žƒ›‡†–‘‰‡–Š‡”ǥ–Š‡†—‘…ƒÂ?‡‘—–•–”‘Â?‰ –‘†‡ˆ‡ƒ––Š‡‘Ǥ͙͕†—‘‘ˆ ‘Â?‡œƒÂ?†‰—›‡Â?‘ˆÍœÇŚÍ™ÇĽÂ–Š‡†—‘ also defeated the No. 71 doubles team of Collins and ƒÂ?‡‘ˆƒ”›land‌he and ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•

™‡Â?–͙nj͖‹Â?’Žƒ›ƒÂ?†͚nj͖‘Â?…‘—”––Š”‡‡Ǥ Fall – After starting the fall with two straight losses, quickly turned it ƒ”‘—Â?†–‘ƤÂ?‹•Š–Š‡ˆƒŽŽÍœÇŚÍ˜ÇĽÂ’‘•–‡†ƒ†‘—„Ž‡•™‹Â?‹Â?‡ƒ…Š‘ˆ–Š‡ˆƒŽŽ tournaments he participated in. Freshman Year: Spring – ƒÂ?‡†ĥƒ͖͔͕͔ Â…ÂŠÂ‘ÂŽÂƒÂ”ÇŚ–ŠŽ‡–‡Ǽ joined the team in the spring as he started the season with a three Â?ƒ–…Š™‹Â?Â?‹Â?‰•–”‡ƒÂ?‘Â?…‘—”–Ć¤Â˜Â‡ÇĽÂ’Â‘Â•Â–Â‡Â†ƒ•‹Â?‰Ž‡•™‹Â?‹Â?–Š‡ –‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ƒ‰ƒ‹Â?•–‘‹•‡Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇŻÂ• ‡ƥ—ŽŽ‡Â?ÇĽÂ•Â–ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â†–Š‡ month of April with three straight wins in ACC play‌went 4-2 in ACC doubles play. High School: Ranked ‘Ǥ͙͛‹Â?  ˆ‘”Í•ÍœƒÂ?† under‌New Zealand —Â?‹‘”Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ” ‹Â?͖͔͔Í?Ǽ™‘Â?Í—  Í•ÍœČ€ tournaments in singles‌ …‘Â?’‡–‡†‹Â?–Š‡ —Â?‹‘” —•–”ƒŽ‹ƒÂ?’‡Â?ƒÂ?† —Â?‹‘”‹Â?„Ž‡†‘Â?‹Â? ͖͔͔Í?ÇĽ‡™‡ƒŽƒÂ?†͕͚Ȁ champion in 2008‌New ‡ƒŽƒÂ?†Í•ÍœČ€”—Â?Â?‡”nj—’‹Â? 2008 and 2009. Personal: Played ice hock‡›ˆ‘”Í•Í—Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”Â•ÇĽÂ„Â‘Â”Â? —Ž› 11, 1991‌ son of Stephanie Kelly and Chris Houston‌ Š”‹•–…Š—”…Š‘›•ǯ ‹‰Š School English Academic š…‡ŽŽ‡Â?…‡™ƒ”†‡ƒ”

ÇĽ majoring in business.

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MEN’S TENNIS Daphne, ALA. JUNIOR - Bayside Academy Fall - Played well in the fall ™‹–ŠĆ¤Â˜Â‡•‹Â?‰Ž‡•™‹Â?•ƒÂ?† Ć¤Â˜Â‡†‘—„Ž‡•Â˜Â‹Â…–‘”‹‡•Ǽ†‡feated Dan Cash of Florida ƒ––Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ 4-6, 6-2, 10-8‌won two doubles matches with fellow freshman Aaron May at –Š‡‹Ž•‘Â?Č€ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•– Regional Championship. High School: Ranked No. 1 in Alabama and No. 1 in the south‌named an All-American in 2009‌state singles title in 2007 and ’08‌state team championship in 2009, as well as state doubles title with partner Alexander Dyas‌was ranked as high as No. 6 in the nation in singles ƒÂ?†‘ǤÍ—‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•Ǽ™‘Â?–Š‡‘—–Š‡”Â?‡…–‹‘Â?‘›•͕͜••‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒÂ?† doubles title in 2008. Personal: ‘”Â?‡’–‡Â?„‡”Í•Í?ÇĄÍ•Í?Í?͔Ǽ•‘Â?‘ˆƒ”Â?ƒÂ?† ƒÂ?‡‡†Ǽ National Honor Society and Honor Roll member in high school‌his father, Mark, played collegiate baseball at Samford‌sister Kersten ’Žƒ›‡†–™‘›‡ƒ”•‘ˆ˜‘ŽŽ‡›„ƒŽŽƒ–›Â?Â?Â?Â‹Â˜Â‡Â”Â•Â‹Â–Â›ÇĽÂ•Â‹Â•Â–Â‡Â” ‹ŽŽ‹ƒÂ?™ƒ• the nation’s junior solo dance champion‌majoring in business management.

Junior Year: Fall – Second on the team with a 9-4 record in singles ’Žƒ›–Š‹•ÂˆÂƒÂŽÂŽÇĽÂ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡ƤÂ?ƒŽ•ƒ––Š‡Š‘Â?ƒ•˜‹ŽŽ‡‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽƒÂ?†–Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ Â?Â–Â‡Â”Â…Â‘ÂŽÂŽÂ‡Â‰Â‹ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇĽÂ’Â‘Â•Â–Â‡Â† –™‘™‹Â?•‹Â?–Š‡ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽ•…‘Â?•‘Žƒ–‹‘Â?„”ƒ…Â?Â‡Â–ÇĽÂŠÂƒÂ† ƒ͖͔Ψ‹Â?’”‘˜‡Â?‡Â?–ˆ”‘Â?Žƒ•–ˆƒŽŽ™Š‡Â?Š‡’‘•–‡†ƒ͙nj͙”‡…‘”†Ǽ teamed up with Dominic Cotrone for the entire fall where they post‡†ƒ͛nj͖”‡…‘”†Ǽ–‘‘Â?–Š‡†‘—„Ž‡•–‹–Ž‡ƒ––Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ƒˆ–‡”†‡ˆ‡ƒ–‹Â?‰–‡ƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‡•Â?†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ƒÂ?†ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•Ǥ Sophomore Year: Spring – Went on a 6-2 streak at the beginning ‘ˆ–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?ÇĽÂ’ÂŽÂƒÂ›Â‡Â†Â?‘•–‘ˆ–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?‘Â?…‘—”–Ć¤Â˜Â‡ƒÂ?†•‹šǼ clinched Florida State’s matches against Florida Atlantic and FurÂ?ƒÂ?ǤǤǤ…—””‡Â?–Ž›Šƒ•ƒÂ?Í•ÍœÇŚÍ•Í˜†‘—„Ž‡•”‡…‘”†™‹–ŠÂ?†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ƒÂ?† ŽƒÂ?‡ÂƒÂ˜Â‹Â•ÇĽÂ•Â–ƒ”–‡†–Š‡•’”‹Â?‰•‡ƒ•‘Â?™‹–Šƒ͛nj͗†‘—„Ž‡•”‡…‘”† ™‹–ŠÂ—Â…ÂƒÂ”Â‘ÇĽÂ†Â—Â‘†‡ˆ‡ƒ–‡†–Š‡‘Ǥ͗͘ƒÂ?†͙͖†‘—„Ž‡•–‡ƒÂ?•‹Â?–Š‡ Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ÇĽ—…ƒ”‘ƒÂ?†‡‡†•’‡Â?–Â?‘•–‘ˆ–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?‘Â?…‘—”–•–™‘ and three. Fall - ‘•–‡†ƒÍ—ÇŚÍ•”‡…‘”†ƒ––Š‡Ž‹ƥǯ• Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ÂƒÂŽÇĽ™‡Â?–͙nj͖‹Â? †‘—„Ž‡•’Žƒ›™‹–Š’ƒ”–Â?‡”•ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹•Č‹Í—ÇŚÍ•ČŒƒÂ?†Â?†”‡•—…ƒ”‘Č‹Í–ÇŚ Í•ČŒÇĽÂ–Â‡ÂƒÂ?‡†—’™‹–Š—…ƒ”‘–‘†‡ˆ‡ƒ–ƒ–‘—‰Š ‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š†—‘‘ˆ

‘Â?‡œƒÂ?†ÇŻ”‹‡Â?Í?ÇŚÍœČ‹ÍšČŒƒ––Š‡ ‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•Ǥ Freshman Year: Spring – Named to the 2010 ACC Honor Roll‌won nine games during the spring in singles‌went 13-11 in spring doubles ™‹–ŠÂ?†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ƒÂ?†‡ŽŽ›nj ‘—•–‘Â?Ǽ™‘Â?ƒ•‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒÂ?††‘—„Ž‡• match in the NCAA tournament.

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MEN’S TENNIS BARRINGTON, ILL. Rs - sophomore - Illinois Redshirt Sophomore Year: Fall – Posted a 7-4 record in singles, good for fourth on the team… posted a 4-1 record at the ‡‹‘Ž‡ –‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ where he reached the ƤƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡”ƒ™ǥ†‹† not get broken on serve during the qualifying ”‘—†ƒ––Š‡ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ǥŠƒ†ƒ͙Ǧ͗ doubles record…posted a ͘Ǧ͖”‡…‘”†™‹–Š ƒ•‘ƒˆ‹”‘•ǥ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡ƤƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡‡‹‘Ž‡ –‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡†‘—„Ž‡•†”ƒ™ where he lost to teammates Dominic Cotrone and Anderson Reed. Redshirt Freshman Year (Illinois): Recorded 17 doubles wins and six in singles ...went 4-2 at No. 2 doubles and 6-4 at No. 3 doubles ...went ͛Ǧ͗™Š‡’ƒ‹”‡†™‹–Š‡‹•‡˜‘Ž‘ǡ‹…Ž—†‹‰ƒ͘Ǧ͔ƒ”‹‹‰‡ play. Freshman Year (Illinois): Sat out season as a redshirt. High School: ƒ•”ƒ–‡†ƒƤ˜‡Ǧ•–ƒ””‡…”—‹–„›–‡‹•”‡…”—‹–‹‰Ǥ‡– ǤǤǤ™ƒ•”ƒ‡†ƒ•Š‹‰Šƒ•‘Ǥ͙͙ƒ–‹‘ƒŽŽ›ƒ†–Š‹”†‹–Š‡•–ƒ–‡ǤǤǤƒ†˜ƒ…‡†–‘–Š‡ƤƒŽ‡‹‰Š–ƒ––Š‡͖͔͔͝‹†™‡•–’‡ǡƒ•™‡ŽŽƒ•–Š‡ ƤƒŽ͕͚ƒ––Š‡’”‹‰ƒ–‹‘ƒŽŠƒ’‹‘•Š‹’•ƒ† ƒ–‘”‘™ŽǤ Personal: ‘”‘ ‡„”—ƒ”›͕͝ǡ͕͖͝͝ǤǤǤ•‘‘ˆ‘ƒ†ƒ”„Ž†‡ǤǤǤ has one sister, Caitlin.

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MEN’S TENNIS Austin, texas sophomore - Texas Tech HS ™‹–ŠŽ‹–‘™Ž‡•ƒ† ‘”dan Kelly-Houston… in the Ƥ”•–†‘—„Ž‡•ƒ–…Š‡ŽŽ›Ǧ Houston and Davis played together, the duo came out strong to defeat the ‘Ǥ͙͕†—‘‘ˆ ‘‡œƒ† ‰—›‡‘ˆ͜Ǧ͙ǥ–Š‡ duo also defeated the No. 71 doubles team of Collins ƒ†ƒ‡‘ˆƒ”›Žƒ†ǥ he and Kelly-Houston went ͙Ǧ͖‹’Žƒ›ƒ†͚Ǧ͖‘ court three. Fall – ‡–͗Ǧ͕ƒ��–Š‡Š‘ƒ•˜‹ŽŽ‡‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ ˜‹–ƒ–‹‘ƒŽǥ™‡–͖Ǧ͖ at the Miami Tournament…teamed up with Anderson Reed to go —†‡ˆ‡ƒ–‡†ƒ––Š‡Ž‹ơǯ• ˜‹–ƒ–‹‘ƒŽǤ

Sophomore Year: Fall – ‘•–‡†ƒ͗Ǧ͗”‡…‘”†‹•‹‰Ž‡•ǥ™‘Ƥ”•––™‘ matches of the fall at the State of Florida Championships…after post‹‰ƒ͚Ǧ͗†‘—„Ž‡•”‡…‘”†Š‡ƒ†‡ƒ͖͗Ψ‹’”‘˜‡‡–…‘’ƒ”‡†–‘ƒ ͘Ǧ͙”‡…‘”†Žƒ•–•‡ƒ•‘ǥ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡ƤƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡‡‹‘Ž‡ –‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡†‘—„Ž‡•†”ƒ™ǥ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡“—ƒ”–‡”ƤƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡ ‘—–Š‡ƒ•– Regionals. Freshman Year: Spring – –ƒ”–‡†–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘™‹–Šƒ͙Ǧ͕•‹‰Ž‡• ”‡…‘”†ǥ‡ƒ”‡†Š‹•Ƥ”•–”ƒ‡†™‹‘ˆŠ‹•…‘ŽŽ‡‰‡…ƒ”‡‡”ƒ‰ƒ‹•–‘Ǥ ͕͔͔‡Š‡‘ˆ‡šƒ•͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͔ǥ…Ž‹…Š‡†–Š”‡‡ƒ–…Š‡•ˆ‘” Ž‘”‹†ƒ –ƒ–‡ƒ‰ƒ‹•–”‘›ǡ–ƒ–‡ƒ†‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡ǥ’‘•–‡†ƒ™‹‹‰ ”‡…‘”†‘…‘—”–•ˆ‘—”ƒ†Ƥ˜‡ǥ‹†‘—„Ž‡•Š‡’‘•–‡†ƒ͕͕Ǧ͜”‡…‘”†

High School: Top 10 in the nation in 12’s and 14’s…top 20 in 16’s and 18’s…top 10 recruit for 2010 graduation class...won four national –‹–Ž‡•ǥ”‡’”‡•‡–‡†–Š‡‹–‡†–ƒ–‡•‹–Š‡‘”Ž†—’ǥƤ‹•Š‡† ͕͙–Š‹–Š‡ƒ–‹‘Š‹••‡‹‘”›‡ƒ”ƒˆ–‡”„‡‹‰‹Œ—”‡†ˆ‘”–™‘›‡ƒ”•Ǥ Personal: Son of Doug Davis who played tennis for Texas Tech… „”‘–Š‡”•’Žƒ›‡†ƒ–‡šƒ•Ƭƒ† ŽŽ‹‘‹•ǥƒŒ‘”‹‰‹Ƥƒ…‡Ȁ‡…‘nomics.

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MEN’S TENNIS BRADENTON, FLA. FRESHMAN - Bradenton Christian Freshman: Fall – Paired up with Anderson Reed in the fall for a 7-2 doubles record…won the doubles title at the Seminole

˜‹–ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ™Š‡”‡–Š‡ duo went 4-0…posted ƒ͙Ǧ͙•‹‰Ž‡•”‡…‘”†‹ the fall…went 3-1 at the Thomasville Collegiate

˜‹–ƒ–‹‘ƒŽǥ™‡–͖Ǧ͕ƒ– –Š‡‡‹‘Ž‡ ˜‹–ƒ–‹‘ƒŽǤ High School: Ranked 1st in Florida and 30th nationally in the USTA boys 18 division… was ranked 9th in Florida and 23rd nationally in the USTA boys 16 †‹˜‹•‹‘ǥ͖͔͕͔ †‹˜‹•‹‘͕–ƒ–‡‹‰Ž‡•…Šƒ’‹‘ˆ‘””ƒ†‡–‘Š”‹•–‹ƒ…Š‘‘ŽȋŠƒ†ƒ—†‡ˆ‡ƒ–‡†•‡ƒ•‘ȌǥƤƒŽ‹•–‹–Š‡ „‘›•͕͖͔͕͔͜ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ’‡ǥ•‡‹ƤƒŽ‹•–‘ˆ–Š‡‘›•͕͖͔͕͔͜ Ž‘”‹†ƒ’‡Šƒ’‹‘•Š‹’•ǥ͖͔͔͝ƒ†͖͔͕͔ †‘—„Ž‡•…Šƒpion…2010 Herald TribuneŽŽǦ”‡ƒ‘›•‡‹•Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”ǥ high school MVP 2009-2011. Personal:‘”‘—‰—•–͘ǡ͕͗͝͝ǥ•‘‘ˆƒ˜‡ƒ†ƒ™‘–”‘‡ǥ brother David plays tennis at Flagler…multi-talented athlete who has ’Žƒ›‡†–‡‹•ȋ͕͙›‡ƒ”•Ȍǡ„ƒ•‡–„ƒŽŽȋ͚›‡ƒ”•Ȍǡ„ƒ•‡„ƒŽŽȋ͙›‡ƒ”•Ȍǡ•‘……‡”ȋ͗›‡ƒ”•Ȍǡ„‘™Ž‹‰ȋ͗›‡ƒ”•Ȍƒ†ƒŽ•‘–Š‡•ƒš‘’Š‘‡ǥ”ƒ†‡–‘ Š”‹•–‹ƒ…Š‘‘Ž–—†‡–‘†›”‡•‹†‡–‹͖͔͕͔ƒ†͖͔͕͕ǥƒ‡†–‘ high school honor roll in 2010 and 2011.

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MEN’S TENNIS Santiago de Compostela, Spain freshman - IES Sanchez Canton Freshman: Fall – ƒ”‡†Ƥ”•–…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡”ƒ‡†™‹ƒ‰ƒ‹•–‘Ǥ͚͛Žƒ”‡’‹‘•ƒ‘ˆƒ‹‡‰‘͙Ǧ͛ǡ ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͕͔Ǧ͜ǥƤ‹•Š‡†–Š‡ˆƒŽŽ™‹–Šƒ͘Ǧ͘”‡…‘”†ǥ™‡–͕Ǧ͗‹†‘—„Ž‡•™Š‹…Š‹…Ž—†‡†ƒ͕Ǧ͕”‡…‘”†™‹–Š †”‡•—…ƒ”‘Ǥ High School:͖͔͔͝   —‹‘”‡‹”‹ƒ ͘•‹‰Ž‡•ƒ††‘—„Ž‡•…Šƒ’‹‘ǥ͖͔͔͝   —‹‘”‹Žƒ†‘ ‘†‡ ͗†‘—„Ž‡•…Šƒ’‹‘ǥ͖͔͔͜   —‹‘”ƒš‡š‘ ͙†‘—„Ž‡•…Šƒ’‹‘ǥ͖͔͔͜†‘—„Ž‡• …Šƒ’‹‘ƒ–  ͕͚ƒš‡š‘ ͗ǥ͖͔͔͜ƒ†͖͔͕͔”‡‰‹‘ƒŽ…Šƒ’‹‘ Personal:‘”‘ƒ›͚ǡ͕͖͝͝ǤǤǤ•‘‘ˆ ‘•‡Ǥ ‘œƒŽ‡œƒ””‡”ƒƒ†ƒ”‹ƒ‡†‡œ”‹ƒ•ǤǤǤŠƒ• played nine years of tennis along with seven years of soccer and four years of basketball...majoring in communication.

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MEN’S TENNIS Parana, brazil freshman - colegio positivo High School: Parana state champion at –Š‡ Â?–‡”ˆ‡†‡”ƒ–‹‘Â?Â—Â’ÇĽÂ‡ÂƒÂ”Â?‡†‘Â?‡ ’‘‹Â?–ƒ––Š‡”ƒœ‹Ž Í—Íœ‹Â?Â‘Â”Â‘Â…ÂƒÂ„ÂƒÇĄ Sao Paulo. Personal: ‘”Â?‘Â?—‰—•–Í•Í•ÇĄÍ•Í?Í?Í—ÇĽÂŠÂƒÂ• played tennis since he was 10‌self-proclaimed music lover who plays the guitar, ’‹ƒÂ?‘ƒÂ?†ƪ—–‡Ǽ•‘Â?‘ˆƒ”Ž‘•ƒÂ?†ƒÂ?‹elle Gauer‌close friend to former Florida State tennis player Antonio Prieto‌majoring in business.

Harare, Zimbabwe FRESHMAN - pretoria Boys’ High School: Ranked the No. 1 player in Africa’s 18 and under division‌No. 63 in –Š‡ —Â?‹‘”‘”Ž†ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰•Ǽ͖͔͕͕•‹Â?‰Ž‡• ™‹Â?Â?‡”‘ˆ–Š‡ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ —Â?‹‘”‡Â?Â?‹• ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•‹Â?‘–•™ƒÂ?ÂƒÇĽÂ‹Â?˜‹–‡†‹Â? ͖͔͕͕„›–Š‡  ‘Â?ƒÂ?‡‹‰Š–™‡‡Â?—”‘pean Tour that included grand slam tourÂ?ƒÂ?‡Â?–••—…Šĥ–Š‡ ”‡Â?…Š’‡Â?ƒÂ?† Wimbledon‌represented Zimbabwe in the 2011 Davis Cup where he went 4-1 in singles and doubles. Personal: ‘”Â?‘Â?’”‹ŽÍ—ÇĄÍ•Í?Í?Í—ÇĽÂ„Â‡Â‰ÂƒÂ? playing tennis at age eight‌also enjoys ’Žƒ›‹Â?‰Â‰Â‘ÂŽÂˆÇĽÂ•Â‘Â?‘ˆƒ”–‹Â?ƒÂ?†‹Â?†•ƒ›‘…Â?Ǥ

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MEN’S TENNIS head coach 13th Season - Penn State ‘86 State College, Pa.

n his 13th season at the helm at Florida State, Dwayne Hultquist has put himself atop the Florida State record books and the Seminoles in the national spotlight. Under Hultquist’s leadership, Florida State men’s tennis has emerged as one of the top programs in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the country. When Hultquist took over the Florida State program in 1999, the Seminoles were struggling to compete in the state of Florida, let alone at the Atlantic Coast Conference or national Ž‡˜‡ŽǤ—–‹Â?Í•Í–•‡ƒ•‘Â?•—Â?†‡” —Ž–“—‹•–ǥ Šƒ•Šƒ†–Š”‡‡Žƒ›‡” ‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ””‡…‹’‹‡Â?–•ǥĆ¤Â˜Â‡ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?Š‘Â?‘”•ƒÂ?†–™‘Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ  ”–Š—”•Š‡‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ƒÂ?†’‘”–•Â?ƒÂ?•Š‹’™ƒ”†™‹Â?Â?‡”•Ǥ

ˆ‘—”–ŠƒÂ?†Ć¤ÂˆÂ–Šƒ–ŠŽ‡–‡•–‘‡ƒ”Â?–Šƒ–Š‘Â?‘”Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡ŠÂ?ƒ†‡ƒŠ—‰‡ ‹Â?’ƒ…–‘ƥ–Š‡…‘—”–•ĥ™‡ŽŽĥŠ‡™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡™‹Â?Â?‡”‘ˆ–Š‡  ”–Š—”•Š‡‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ƒÂ?†’‘”–•Â?ƒÂ?•Š‹’Â™ÂƒÂ”Â†ÇĄ•Š‘™…ƒ•‹Â?‰Š‹• playing abilities, leadership, community service, academic achievements and sportsmanship. Mirzadeh was the lone Seminole to be named to the All-ACC Team.

The 2010 season had the team making the NCAA tournament for the eighth year in a row where they reached the second round of play. ™ƒ”†••–ƒ”–‡†…‘Â?‹Â?‰‹Â?–Š‡ˆƒŽŽĥŽ‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•™ƒ•–Š‡‹Ž•‘Â?Č€

‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽ‹Â?‰Ž‡•ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?Ǥƒ–‡”‹Â?–Š‡Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ ˜‡•—„‘Â?‡™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡ ‡Â?‹‘”Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡ ‡ƒ”ƒÂ?†™ƒ•ƒŽ•‘Â?ƒÂ?‡†–‘–Š‡ÂŽÂŽÇŚ–‡ƒÂ?ƒŽ‘Â?‰ All-Americans Under Dwayne Hultquist with Vahid Mirzadeh. The Seminoles stormed the classrooms that year with seven members of the team 2011 Vahid Mirzadeh - Arthur Ashe Award Winner being named to the ACC honor roll. Aubone capped the 2011 Connor Smith - All-ACC Academic Team year by being named as the ACC Men’s Tennis Scholar–ŠŽ‡–‡‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”Ǥ

Â?͖͔͕͕ǥ–Š‡•“—ƒ†”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡–‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ˆ‘”–Š‡Â?‹Â?–Š consecutive season. Vahid Mirzadeh headlined the season as he and Connor Smith were named All-Americans in doubles play, Hultquist’s

2008, 2009 Jean-Yves Aubone - ACC Player of the Year 2005 Mat Cloer - Two-time ACC Player of the Year 1999 Brandon Hawk - Big 12 Freshman of the Year 1997 Nick Crowell - Big 12 Freshman of the Year 1997 Paul Martin - All-Big 12 (Singles&Doubles) 1994, 1995 Chad Clark - NCAA Doubles Finalist 1994, 1995 Trey Phillips - NCAA Doubles Finalist, Senior Player of the Year 1993 David Draper - Second Team Academic All-American 20

‘”–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡‹Â?•…Š‘‘ŽŠ‹•–‘”› Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡Â?ƒ†‡ back-to-back trips to the NCAA Round of 16 in 2008 ƒÂ?†͖͔͔Í?Ǥ͖͔͔Í?ƒŽ•‘Â?ƒ”Â?‡†–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡–Šƒ––Š‡ ‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?”ƒÂ?Â?‡†‹Â?•‹†‡–Š‡–‘’Í•Í™ ‹Â?…‘Â?•‡…—–‹˜‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?•Č‹‘ǤÍ•Í—ČŒÇ¤Â?…‡ƒ‰ƒ‹Â? —Ž–“—‹•– helped direct his players to career seasons with Maciek Sykut becoming the winningest player in Florida State tennis history in both singles and overall victories. —„‘Â?‡ƒŽ•‘„‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡Ƥ”•–’Žƒ›‡”‹Â?•…Š‘‘ŽŠ‹•–‘”›–‘ become a two-time All-American. Hultquist also earned his own accolades in 2009 becoming the winningest …‘ƒ…Š‹Â? Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡–‡Â?Â?‹•Š‹•–‘”›Č‹Í•Í™Í?ČŒÇĄ•—”’ƒ••‹Â?‰ Š‹•’”‡†‡…‡••‘”ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘Â?Č‹Í•Í˜Í•ČŒÇ¤‹–ŠÍ–Í•˜‹…–‘”‹‡•‹Â? 2009, Hultquist exceeded 20 wins in one season for the third time in his career and the second season in a row.

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MEN’S TENNIS head coach The 2008 season was a year of records for Florida State culminating in a trip to the round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The Seminoles achieved their highest ranking in program history at No. 7 and individually saw Aubone earn the highest singles’ ranking in the school’s history. FSU’s 21 victories marked the second time Hultquist has led his squad to a 20-win season during his tenure.

Pros Under Dwayne Hultquist Jack Brasington - Career High #125; Main Draw of all four slams Brandon Hawk - Career High #154 Trey Phillips - Career High #154 Chad Clark - Career High #189 Ian Williams - Career High # 222 Maciek Sykut - Career High #268 David Draper - Career High #351 Nick Crowell - Career High #385 Gwenael Gueit - Career High #413 Jean-Yves Aubone - Career High #475 Mat Cloer - Career High #699 Sam Chang - Career High #950

Under the direction of Hultquist, Florida State players rose to new heights in 2008 with Aubone earning singles All-American honors. —„‘Â?‡ƒÂ?†Ž‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•ƒŽ•‘„”‘Â?‡–Š‡•…Š‘‘Ž”‡…‘”†ˆ‘”†‘—„Ž‡• ˜‹…–‘”‹‡•‹Â?ƒ•‹Â?‰Ž‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?Č‹Í–ÍœČŒÇ¤

Â?͖͔͔͛ —Ž–“—‹•–Ž‡† Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡–‘ƒ͕͛nj͕͔”‡…‘”†ƒÂ?†–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡• received their highest ranking at No. 10 during the season. FSU also Š‘•–‡†ƒÂ?‡‰‹‘Â?ƒŽˆ‘”–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡‹Â?•…Š‘‘ŽŠ‹•–‘”›Ǥ —Ž–“—‹•–Š‹––Š‡‰”‘—Â?†”—Â?Â?‹Â?‰‹Â?–Š‡ˆƒŽŽ‘ˆ͖͔͔͙ƒÂ?†Ž‡†Š‹•–”‘‘’ –‘ƒÂ?‹Â?’”‡••‹˜‡ˆƒŽŽ…ƒÂ?’ƒ‹‰Â?Ǥ ‘”–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•ǯ‡ƥ‘”–•ǥ Ž‘”‹†ƒ –ƒ–‡Â?‘–‘Â?Ž›‡ƒ”Â?‡†–Š‡•…Š‘‘Žǯ•Ƥ”•–‹Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?–‘–Š‡͖͔͔͚Č€

ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ‡Â?ǯ•‡ƒÂ? Â?†‘‘”ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’ǥ„—–ƒŽ•‘‰ƒ”Â?‡”‡†ƒ ”‡•’‡…–ƒ„Ž‡’”‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰‘ˆ‘ǤÍ•Í•„›–Š‡ Â?–‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡‡Â?Â?‹• Association.

™‹–Šƒ͕͔nj͕͗”‡…‘”†Ǥ Â?†‹˜‹†—ƒŽŠ‘Â?‘”•™‡”‡ƒŽ•‘„‘—Â?–‹ˆ—Ž‹Â?͖͔͔͘ ™‹–Šƒ–Ž‘‡”…Žƒ‹Â?‹Â?‰Š‹••‡…‘Â?†Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”Š‘Â?‘”ǥ‘Â?Ž› the third time in league history that the award had gone to the same ’Žƒ›‡”‹Â?„ƒ…Â?ÇŚÂ–Â‘ÇŚÂ„ÂƒÂ…Â?›‡ƒ”•ǤŠ‡Â?ÇŚÂˆÂ”Â‡Â•ÂŠÂ?ƒÂ? ‘Â?ƒ–Šƒ•—…—’‹”ƒ™ƒ• Â?ƒÂ?‡†–‘–Š‡ÂŽÂŽÇŚ–‡ƒÂ?ÇĄƒƤ”•–„›ƒÂ? ”‘‘Â?‹‡•‹Â?…‡Í•Í?Í?͖Ǥ Florida State had a break-out year during Hultquist’s fourth season ĥ–Š‡͖͔͔͗•“—ƒ†”‡–—”Â?‡†–‘–Š‡‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ˆ‘”–Š‡Ƥ”•– –‹Â?‡•‹Â?…‡Í•Í?Í?ÍœƒÂ?†‡Â?†‡†–Š‡›‡ƒ”™‹–Šƒ͕͙nj͕͔Â?ƒ”Â?ǤŠ‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡• ’”‘†—…‡†–Š‡‹”„‡•–ƤÂ?‹•Š‹Â?–Š‡•–ƒÂ?†‹Â?‰•ǥ–ƒÂ?‹Â?‰•‡…‘Â?†ǥ™Š‹Ž‡ ™‹Â?Â?‹Â?‰–Š‡ Â?†‘‘”‘—„Ž‡•ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’ˆ‘”–Š‡•‡…‘Â?†›‡ƒ” ‹Â?ƒ”‘™Ǥ Â?†‹˜‹†—ƒŽƒ……‘Žƒ†‡•”‘ŽŽ‡†‹Â?ĥ —Ž–“—‹•–ǯ•ˆ‘”Â?‡”ÂƒÂ‹Â†Â‡ÇĄ ›Â”ÂƒÂ•Â™Â‡ÂŽÂŽÇĄ™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡† ••‹•–ƒÂ?–‘ƒ…Š‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”Ǥƒ–Ž‘‡” „‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡Ƥ”•–‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡–‘‡ƒ”Â?Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”Š‘Â?‘”•Ǥ Hultquist arrived at Florida State after serving eight years as an assistant coach at the University of Texas. He was responsible for scheduling, fundraising, individualized coaching and many of the dayto-day operations of the program. At Texas, Hultquist coached nine ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?•ǥŠ‡Ž’‡†Ž‡ƒ†–Š‡‘Â?‰Š‘”Â?•–‘•‹š…‘Â?ˆ‡”‡Â?…‡–‹–Ž‡•ƒÂ?† made it to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in each of his eight years. Hultquist began his tennis career at Penn State where he was a fouryear letterman and team captain in 1986. During that same year, he ™ƒ•ƒÂ?‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–Â“Â—ÂƒÂŽÂ‹Ć¤Â‡Â”‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•ǥƒÂ?†‡ƒ”Â?‡†ÂƒÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ…‘Â?ference honors in both singles and doubles. After graduating from ‡Â?Â?Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇĄ —Ž–“—‹•––—”Â?‡†’”‘ǥ’Žƒ›‹Â?‰‹Â?–Š‡Â?‹–‡†Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡Â•ÇĄ •”ƒ‡Ž and Asia. During his career, Hultquist was selected to play on national teams that traveled to Korea and China for competition.

Â?Í•Í?Í?Í•ÇĄ —Ž–“—‹•–„‡‰ƒÂ?Š‹•…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡…‘ƒ…Š‹Â?‰…ƒ”‡‡”™Š‡Â?Š‡ƒ…cepted a graduate assistant position at the University of Kentucky, where he was responsible for recruiting and co-directing the National ‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ Â?†‘‘”‡ƒÂ?ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•Ǥ Hultquist is married to the former Angela White. The couple has four Â†ÂƒÂ—Â‰ÂŠÂ–Â‡Â”Â•ÇĄ‡˜ƒÂ?Č‹Í•Í˜ČŒÇĄ˜‡”›Č‹Í•Í•ČŒÇĄ††‹•‘Â?Č‹ÍœČŒƒÂ?†ƒ…Â?‡Â?œ‹‡Č‹Í™ČŒƒÂ?† ‘Â?‡•‘Â?ŽƒÂ?‡Č‹Í–ČŒÇ¤

Undoubtedly, year six in the Hultquist era was the best season in school history. For starters, the Seminoles not only made their third •–”ƒ‹‰Š––”‹’–‘–Š‡‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ǥ„—– ”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡͖͔͔͙ Ž‹–‡‹‰Š–ˆ‘”–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡‡˜‡”Ǥ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡ƒŽ•‘ƤÂ?‹•Š‡† with its then highest-ever national ranking at No. 13 and stamped ‹–•Ƥ”•–͖͔nj’Ž—•™‹Â?•‡ƒ•‘Â?•‹Â?…‡Í•Í?͙͜Ǥ —Ž–“—‹•–Ž‡†Š‹••“—ƒ†–‘ƒÂ? ‹Â?’”‡••‹˜‡Í–Í•ÇŚÍœÂ?ƒ”Â?ƒÂ?†ƒ•‡…‘Â?Â†ÇŚÂ’ÂŽÂƒÂ…Â‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‹Â?–Š‡ǤÂ?†‡” —Ž–“—‹•–ǯ•–—–‡Žƒ‰‡‹Â?͖͔͔͙ǥƒ–Ž‘‡”„‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡•…Š‘‘Žǯ•Ƥ”•– •‹Â?‰Ž‡•ǯÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?ƒÂ?†™‘Â?–Š‡’”‘‰”ƒÂ?ǯ•Ƥ”•–Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽŠ‘Â?‘”™‹–Š –Š‡ ”–Š—”•Š‡™ƒ”†Ǥ

Â? —Ž–“—‹•–ǯ•Ć¤ÂˆÂ–Š•‡ƒ•‘Â?ÇĄ ”‡ƒ…Š‡†Š‡‹‰Š–•‹–Šƒ†Â?ǯ–•‡‡Â?•‹Â?…‡ the mid 1990’s. Florida State’s second trip to the NCAA Tournament ™ƒ•–Š‡‹”Ƥ”•–„ƒ…Â?ÇŚÂ–Â‘ÇŚÂ„ÂƒÂ…Â?ƒ’’‡ƒ”ƒÂ?…‡••‹Â?…‡–Š‡Í•Í?Í?͛njÍ?Íœ…ƒÂ?’ƒ‹‰Â?• and they ended the 2004 year ranked for the 11th season in a row

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MEN’S TENNIS Associate coach 9th Season - Texas ‘00 Amarillo, texas

Â?Š‹•Â?‹Â?–Š›‡ƒ”‘Â?Â•Â–ÂƒĆĄ at Florida State, assistant coach Nick Crowell continues to prove that he is one of the elite assistants in the country. While earning All-American honors in doubles play as a collegiate ˆ‘”–Š‡‘Â?‰Š‘”Â?•ǥ”‘™‡ŽŽ played for FSU head coach, Dwayne Hultquist who was an assistant coach at the time. Since Crowell's arrival, Florida State has reached the NCAA Championships every season and shattered numerous team records. This past season he helped coach Florida State’s second doubles tandem to All-American status in Vahid Mirzadeh and Connor Smith. ˜‡”–Š‡Žƒ•––Š”‡‡•—Â?Â?‡”•”‘™‡ŽŽŠƒ•…‘ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡ Ž‘”‹†ƒ —Â?‹‘”Â?†‡”Í•Íœ–‡ƒÂ?ƒÂ?†‹Â?͖͔͕͔Š‹•–‡ƒÂ?™‘Â?–Š‡ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ‡ƒÂ?ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’ƒ––Š‡Â?‹˜‡”•‹–›‘ˆ ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹•ǤŠ‹•Â?ƒ”Â?‡†–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡•‹Â?…‡Í•Í?͗͜ that the Florida team has won this prestigious tournament. His team's performance over the #1 and #3 ranked teams was described as one of –Š‡‰”‡ƒ–‡•–—’•‡–•‹Â?Í–Í™›‡ƒ”•Ǥ ‹•…‘ƒ…Š‹Â?‰ƒ„‹Ž‹–›Â?ƒ†‡‰‘‘†’Žƒ›‡”• ‰”‡ƒ–ƒÂ?†ˆ‘”Š‹•‡ƥ‘”–•Š‡™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡ Ž‘”‹†ƒ —Â?‹‘”‘ƒ…Š‘ˆ –Š‡‡ƒ”Ǥ A doubles specialist in college, Crowell helped mold several new SemiÂ?‘Ž‡†—‘•‹Â?͖͔͔Í?Ǥ Â?ƒÂ?ƒ––‡”‘ˆÂ?‘Â?–Š•”‘™‡ŽŽŠ‡Ž’‡†–—”Â? ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ˜‡• Aubone and Vahid Mirzadeh into a top 20 ranked team who upset the No. 1-ranked duo in the country from Wake Forest. The pair earned a trip to the NCAA Doubles Championships in College Station, Texas. Crowell ƒŽ•‘Š‡Ž’‡†‰—‹†‡”‡™ƒ‹Ž‡›ƒÂ?†ƒ…‹‡Â?›Â?—––‘Í–Í—˜‹…–‘”‹‡•‹Â?Í–Í”Í”ÍœÇŚ 09 including an upset win against the fourth-ranked team from Virginia.

Â?͖͔͔͜Š‡–‘‘Â?–Š‡†—‘‘ˆ ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ˜‡•—„‘Â?‡ƒÂ?†Ž‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•ǥ™Š‘Šƒ† never played together, and turned them into Florida State's all-time re…‘”†Š‘Ž†‡”•ˆ‘”†‘—„Ž‡̾•˜‹…–‘”‹‡•‹Â?ƒ•‹Â?‰Ž‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?Č‹Í–ÍœČŒÇ¤ˆ–‡”ƒÂ?‘–Š‡” successful campaign in 2008, Crowell was elevated to the associate coach position at FSU.

Â?ƒ›͖͔͔͚ǥ”‘™‡ŽŽ™ƒ•Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡ ‹†‡ƒ•–‡‰‹‘Â?‡Â?̾•‡Â?Â?‹• ••‹•–ƒÂ?–‘ƒ…Š‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”ƒÂ?†Š‡„‡…ƒÂ?‡ƒƤÂ?ƒŽ‹•–ˆ‘”–Š‡Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ award following Florida State's 18 win season which tied the secondmost number of program victories in the last 16 seasons. FSU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship and made the school's Ƥ”•–ÂˆÂ‘Â—Â”ÇŚÂ’Â‡ÂƒÂ–ƒ’’‡ƒ”ƒÂ?…‡‹Â?–Š‡‹‰ƒÂ?…‡•‹Â?…‡‹–•”—Â?‘ˆĆ¤Â˜Â‡…‘Â?•‡…—tive trips from 1994-98.

Â?͖͔͔͙ǥ —Ž–“—‹•–ƒÂ?†”‘™‡ŽŽŽ‡†–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•–‘ƒ‹Â?Â†Â‡Â”Â‡ÂŽÂŽÂƒÇŚÂ”Â—Â?–Šƒ– ‹Â?…Ž—†‡†ƒ–”‹’–‘–Š‡Ž‹–‡‹‰Š–ˆ‘”–Š‡Ƥ”•––‹Â?‡‹Â?•…Š‘‘ŽŠ‹•–‘”›Ǥ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡ƒŽ•‘ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†™‹–Š‹–•ÂŠÂ‹Â‰ÂŠÂ‡Â•Â–ÇŚÂ‡Â˜Â‡Â”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰ƒ–‘Ǥ͕͗Ǥ

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Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–›‡ƒ”™‹–Š–Š‡ Seminoles during the 2004 season, FSU reached heights it hadn't seen since the mid 1990's. FSU’s second trip to the national •—Â?Â?‹–™ƒ•–Š‡‹”Ƥ”•– back-to-back appearance since the 1997-98 campaigns and they ended the 2004 year ranked for the 11th season in a row with a 10-13 record.

Â?ƒ††‹–‹‘Â?–‘Š‹•…‘ƒ…Š‹Â?‰ duties, Crowell runs the Seminole High Performance tennis camps which help mold players into champions. Since graduating from Texas in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in sport management, Crowell has been playing professionally on the Challenger ƒÂ?† –‘—”•Ǥ ‡”‡ƒ…Š‡†–Š‡•‡Â?‹ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•’Žƒ›ƒ––Š‡ ‡ƒ•…ƒ’‡ŠƒŽŽ‡Â?‰‡”Č‹’–‘•ǥÂƒÂŽÂ‹ÂˆÇ¤ČŒƒÂ?†–Š‡ŠƒŽŽ‡Â?‰‡”‘ˆƒŽŽƒ•ǤÂ?ˆ‘”tunately, an injury cut his career short and he became a teaching pro at Holly Tree Country Club in Tyler, Texas. Crowell established himself as one of the top doubles players in the country while playing at Texas. During his freshman season, he teamed —’™‹–Šƒ—Žƒ”–‹Â?–‘ƒ†˜ƒÂ?…‡–‘–Š‡Â“Â—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ•‘ˆ–Š‡†‘—„Ž‡•†”ƒ™ ƒ––Š‡‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ǥ‡ƒ”Â?‹Â?‰Š‹Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?Š‘Â?‘”ǤŠƒ– •‡ƒ•‘Â?Š‡ƒŽ•‘‡ƒ”Â?‡†–Š‡‹‰Í•Í–‘Â?ˆ‡”‡Â?…‡ƒÂ?† ‡‰‹‘Â?  ”‡•ŠÂ?ƒÂ? ‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”ƒ™ƒ”†•Ǥ–ƒ”–‹Â?‰Š‹••‘’Š‘Â?‘”‡Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄŠ‡‡ƒ”Â?‡†ÂƒÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ…‘Â?ˆ‡”ence honors his last three seasons in singles and doubles. Finishing his career just as he started it, Crowell captured his second All-American honor during his senior season as he and playing partner ‹…Šƒ‡ŽŽ—‡ƒ†˜ƒÂ?…‡†–‘–Š‡”‘—Â?†‘ˆÍ•Íšƒ––Š‡‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–Ǥ A native of Amarillo, Texas, Crowell is married to the former ‹Â?†•‡› Smith of Tallahassee and has a daugh–‡””‘‘Â?Ž›Â? Č‹Í–ČŒƒÂ?†•‘Â? Cash (born in November of Í–Í”Í•Í•ČŒÇ¤

Career Accomplishments - 2010 USTA Florida Junior Coach of the Year - 2006 ITA Mideast Region Assistant Coach of the Year - Helped lead FSU to the NCAA tournemant every year since 2004 ÇŚ••‹•–‡†–‡ƒÂ?–‘–Š‡Ƥ”•–‡˜‡”Ž‹–‡ ‹‰Š–‹Â?͚͘͘Í? - Two-Time All-American at Texas - Career high 385 in doubles in ATP

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Â?†› ‡”•–‹•‹Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–›‡ƒ” with Florida State men's tennis. Along with his responsibilities with the team, he will also be the Camp Coordinator for Seminole High Performance Tennis Camps working with associate coach Nick Crowell. Gerst comes to Florida State after spending the past two years on the ATP Tour and looks to use that experience with the team. For the 2009-10 season, he was the assistant coach for Cal Poly’s women’s tennis team ™Š‡”‡–Š‡›–‘‘Â?–Š‡†‘—„Ž‡•–‡ƒÂ?‘ˆ”‹––ƒÂ?›ŽƒŽ‘…Â?ƒÂ?†—œ‹‡ƒ–œ‡Â?ƒ—‡” to the NCAA Doubles Tournament. He helped recruit the 2011 team which was ranked No. 38 in the nation. Š‡‡†‘Â?†‘Â‡ÂƒÂ…ÂŠÇĄÂƒÂŽÂ‹ÂˆÇ¤ÇĄ’Žƒ›‡†–™‘›‡ƒ”•ƒ–ƒ•Š‹Â?‰–‘Â?ÇĄ™Š‡”‡–Š‡–‡ƒÂ? ”‡ƒ…Š‡†ƒ”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰‘ˆ‘Ǥ͕͔ǥ„‡ˆ‘”‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‹Â?‰Š‹•…ƒ”‡‡”ƒ–ƒŽ‘Ž›™Š‡”‡Š‡ ’Žƒ›‡†‘ǤÍ•ƒÂ?†‘ǤÍ–•‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒÂ?†‘ǤÍ•†‘—„Ž‡•Ǥ–ƒŽ‘Ž›Š‡™ƒ•ƒÂ?ÂŽÂŽÇŚ‹‰ ‡•–•‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒÂ?††‘—„Ž‡••‡Ž‡…–‹‘Â?•„‘–Š•‡ƒ•‘Â?ƒÂ?†ÂŽÂŽÇŚ‹‰‡•–Ƥ”•––‡ƒÂ?‹Â? •‹Â?‰Ž‡•‹Â?͖͔͔͜Ǥ Â?‘—–Š‡”Â?ƒŽ‹ˆ‘”Â?Â‹ÂƒÇĄŠ‡™ƒ•ƒ™‘nj‹Â?‡–ƒ–‡ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?‹Â? high school.

Career Accomplishments - Former Touring Pro - Played No. 1 at Cal Poly where he was a two-year captain - Two-time All-Big West Team in singles and doubles - Played at Washington who was ranked in the top 10 - Former Cal Poly women’s assistant coach where the team reached the NCAA tournament and doubles tournament - 2011 Nike Tennis Championships of Oregon Doubles Title ÇŚÂ—ÂƒÂ”Â–Â‡Â”Ć¤Â?ƒŽ•ƒ––Š‡ƒ‘•’‡Â? to earn ATP Points

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Tami Brown Admin Assistant

Art Cunkle Accounting Specialist

Alex Dominato Compliance Coordinator

Nicole Haves Assistant Director of Marketing

Kim Hinckley Indoor Tennis Facility Coordinator

Clay Johnson Athletic Trainer

Eddie Mathews Team Stringer

Dave Plettl Assistant Strength and Speed Coach

Danita Townsend Academic Advisor

Ryan Zornes Assistant Director of Facilities

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MEN’S TENNIS All-AMERICANS MIRZADEH AND SMITH The doubles team of Vahid Mirzadeh and Connor Smith earned AllAmerican honors after a 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 win in the round of 16 of the Doubles NCAA Championships over last year’s National Champions. After defeating Virginia’s Drew Courtney and Michael Shabaz, they became the Ƥ”•–‡Â?‹noles to earn All-American status since 2009. The duo is the Ƥ”•–†‘—„Ž‡• team to earn the honor •‹Â?…‡Í•Í?Í?͙Ǥ MIGHTY MIRZADEH Senior Vahid Mirzadeh led the team with a 22-11 singles record to mark his second straight season on the 20 win season list. Mirzadeh was stellar in the ACC where he boasted a 9-3 record with his only losses comÂŹing to players in the top 16. He has spent the •‡ƒ•‘Â?”ƒÂ?Â?‡†„›–Š‡ ™Š‡”‡Š‡•–ƒ”–‡†–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?ƒ–‘Ǥ͖͘ƒÂ?† has reached as high as No. 21. MIRZADEH AND SMITH DOUBLE THE FUN The duo of Vahid Mirzadeh and Connor Smith has been tearing up …‘—”–‘Â?‡‘ˆ†‘—„Ž‡•’Žƒ›–Š‹••‡ƒ•‘Â?ǤŠ‡’ƒ‹”ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†™‹–ŠƒÍ–Í•ÇŚÍ•Í” record which included an 8-4 ACC record. The duo was ranked as high ĥ‘ǤÍ•Í–ƒÂ?†ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†–Š‡•‡ƒ•‘Â?ƒ–‘Ǥ͕͘ǤŠ‡›™‘Â?‡‹‰Š–Â?ƒ–…Š‡• ƒ‰ƒ‹Â?•––‘’͙͘–‡ƒÂ?•Ǥ KELLY-HOUSTON IN THE ACC ‘”†ƒÂ?‡ŽŽ›nj ‘—•ton was second on the team this season in ACC wins. The sophomore was 8-4 in singles and 6-3 in doubles play. Kelly-Houston ™‘Â?Š‹•Ƥ”•–”ƒÂ?Â?‡† match of his collegiate career in the last weekend of regular play. He defeated No. 90 ‘‡›—”Â?Šƒ”†–‘ˆ ÍšÇŚÍ˜ÇĄ͛nj͚Č‹Í›ČŒÇ¤

Â?†‘—„Ž‡•Â’ÂŽÂƒÂ›ÇĄ Š‡ƒÂ?†ŽƒÂ?‡ƒ˜‹• were 2-0 against ranked opponents.

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HOW MANY TOP 10 TEAMS DID YOU PLAY? This season Florida State played their toughest schedule ever, of the ͖͘‘’’‘Â?‡Â?–•–Š‡›ÂˆÂƒÂ…‡†ǥ͖͖™‡”‡”ƒÂ?Â?‡†„›–Š‡ ƒ–‘Â?‡’‘‹Â?––Š‹• season. During that time, Florida State faced a top 10 team seven times. Five of those matches came against non-conference opponents. Although the team has 14 losses this season, the worst loss …ƒÂ?‡–‘ƒ–‡ƒÂ?–Šƒ–ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†‘Ǥ͚͘‹Â?–Š‡Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?Ǥ DOUBLE STANDARDS The past two seasons, Florida State has been solid in doubles ’Žƒ›Ǥƒ•–Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ the team was 14-10 in all matches and ÍœÇŚÍ™‹Â?’Žƒ› when it came to earning the doubles point. ‹Â?‡Žƒ•–Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ the team is currently 13-9 in doubles play ƒÂ?†͛nj͙‹Â? play. This year, the team has swept doubles seven times. MOVING INTO THE TOP TEN Ž‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•Â?‘˜‡†‹Â?–‘–Š‡–‘’–‡Â?‘ˆ–Š‡ÂƒÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ–‹Â?‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡”‡…‘”† books. Take a look at where he stands: All-Time Singles Wins Í•ČŒ ‘‡›Â‹Â˜Â‡ÇĄÍ•Í?ÍœÍ–ÇŚÍœÍ™Í•Í–Í” Í–ČŒƒ…‹‡Â?›Â?—–ǥ͖͔͔͙nj͔Í?Í?Í— Í—ČŒ ‡ƥ ‘”‹Â?‡ǥÍ•Í?ÍœÍ—ÇŚÍœÍšÍ?Í– ƒ•‘Â?Š‹–‡ǥÍ•Í?Í?Í–ÇŚÍ?ÍšÍ?Í– Ž‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•ǥ͖͔͔͛nj”‡•ǤÍ?Í– Career Overall Wins Í•ČŒ ‘‡›Â‹Â˜Â‡ÇĄÍ•Í?ÍœÍ–ÇŚÍœÍ™Í–Í–Í– Í–ČŒ ‡ƥ ‘”‹Â?‡ǤÍ•Í?ÍœÍ—ÇŚÍœÍš͕͘͜ Í—ČŒƒ…‹‡Â?›Â?—–ǥ͖͔͔͙nj͔Í?͕͙͛ Í˜ČŒ ƒ•‘Â?Š‹–‡ǥÍ•Í?Í?Í–ÇŚÍ?Íš͕͖͛ Í™ČŒ…‘––Ž‡••‹Â?‰ǥÍ•Í?ÍœÍ–ÇŚÍœÍ™͕͕͛ ÍšČŒŽ‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•ǥ͖͔͔͛nj”‡•Ǥ͕͚͘

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Player Fall Spring Dual ACC 1 Ž‹–‘™Ž‡• ͙Ǧ͗ ͝Ǧ͕͚ ͝Ǧ͕͗ ͗Ǧ͜ ͕Ǧ͖ †”‡•—…ƒ”‘ ͙Ǧ͝ ͚Ǧ͕͖ ͘Ǧ͕͕ ͔Ǧ͚  Žƒ‡ƒ˜‹• ͚Ǧ͚ ͕͔Ǧ͕͔ ͜Ǧ͝ ͖Ǧ͛  ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘͜Ǧ͚ ͜Ǧ͕͕ ͜Ǧ͜ ͜Ǧ͘  ™‡‘‰ ͗Ǧ͕͔ ͔Ǧ͗ ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Š ͙Ǧ͗ ͕͛Ǧ͜ ͕͚Ǧ͙ ͝Ǧ͗ ͕͙Ǧ͙ †‡”•‘‡‡† ͙Ǧ͙ ͕͔Ǧ͕͙ ͜Ǧ͕͘ ͘Ǧ͚  ‘‘”‹–Š ͘Ǧ͘ ͕͗Ǧ͕͗ ͕͕Ǧ͕͖ ͙Ǧ͚  TOTAL 41-46 73-88 64-72 31-40 16-7

Team ‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Š —…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡† ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁƒ˜‹• ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹• ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁ‘‰ ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡‡† ‡‡†Ȁƒ˜‹• —…ƒ”‘Ȁ‘‰ —…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ —…ƒ”‘Ȁƒ˜‹• TOTAL

Fall ͖Ǧ͖ ͖Ǧ͕ ͕Ǧ͖ ͔Ǧ͕  ͖Ǧ͕  ͗Ǧ͕ ͖Ǧ͗ ͕Ǧ͕ ͔Ǧ͕ 13-13

Spring ͕͝Ǧ͜ ͕͖Ǧ͕͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͚ ͖Ǧ͖ ͔Ǧ͖ ͕Ǧ͔

3 ͕Ǧ͔  ͕Ǧ͘ 

4   ͙Ǧ͘ ͘Ǧ͗

5  ͔Ǧ͖ ͖Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͙

6  ͘Ǧ͝  

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͕Ǧ͔  ͕Ǧ͕ 9-12

  ͜Ǧ͝ 10-13

 ͕Ǧ͔ ͖Ǧ͖ 12-9

 ͗Ǧ͛  9-15

 ͘Ǧ͛  8-16

͝Ǧ͝ ͔Ǧ͖ ͖Ǧ͜ 16-35

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Dual ͕͘Ǧ͛ ͕͔Ǧ͕͖ ͚Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͘ ͖Ǧ͖

ACC ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǧ͜ ͙Ǧ͖ ͕Ǧ͕ ͕Ǧ͕

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2  ͜Ǧ͝ ͔Ǧ͕ ͕Ǧ͖ 

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14-7

10-12

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Record Overall: 9-15

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Virginia North Carolina Duke Georgia Tech Miami ‹”‰‹‹ƒ‡…Š ƒ‡ ‘”‡•– Florida State Maryland Ž‡•‘ NC State ‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡

Conference 11-0 9-2 9-2 8-3 8-3 ͙Ǧ͚ ͙Ǧ͚ 4-7 3-8 ͖Ǧ͝ 2-9 ͔Ǧ͕͕

Overall 26-0 14-6 18-8 17-4 14-7 ͕͗Ǧ͕͔ ͕͖Ǧ͕͔ 9-13 11-11 ͕͙Ǧ͕͕ 10-13 ͚Ǧ͕͛

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MEN’S TENNIS #27 Florida State d. #62 Troy 7-0 ƒ—ƒ”›͕͜ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͖ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla. Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ”ƒ‘‡„‡”ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͖Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ•‘—…Š†‹ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ‹ Š‘”„‡ŽȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͘Ȍ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‹Žƒ• ‘••‘ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͙Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ”‹‘‘Ž‡„‡”‰ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͚Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ƒ‹‡……Ž‡–‘ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͛Ǧ͙

#27 Florida State 4 d. #42 Nebraska 2 ƒ—ƒ”›͖͖ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͕͔ǣ͔͗ƒǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla. Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†ǤŠ”‹•–‘’Š‡”——‡ŽŽ‡”ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͝͝ƒŽ‹ƒƒ”ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͔Ǧ͚ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͛͝‡‡†‹–‹†Š‡‹ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ”‹…‘…ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙Ǥ†”‡–‡‰‡”ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͚Ǥ‡„ƒ•–‹ƒ Ž‘”…›œȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ ȌǦ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘••‘Ȁ‘Ž‡„‡”‰ȋȌ͜Ǧ͖ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ Š‘”„‡ŽȀ‘—…Š†‹ȋȌ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‡„‡”Ȁ……Ž‡–‘ȋȌ͜Ǧ͔

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#27 Florida State 7 d. Florida Atlantic 0 ƒ—ƒ”›͖͖ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͗ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla.

#27 Florida State 6 d. Furman 1 ƒ—ƒ”›͖͗ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͕͖ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla.

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ”…„†‡Ž‘—”ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ‹‡Žƒ”†ƒ‰ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ Ȍ†Ǥ”˜‹ ƒ”‹„‘˜‹…ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ”ƒ””ƒ•…‘ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‡”‡ƒ†‘ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͚Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ†ǤŽ‹˜‡”‡„„ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ™›‡”—…ƒȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†”‡™‡ŽŽ‘™ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†ǤŽ‡šŠ”‹•–ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͘Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ›Ž‡””‘ŽŽȋ ȌǦ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͘Ǥ‘„„‹‡—”ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͘Ȍ ͚Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ–•‘ ‡‘”‰‡ȋ ȌǦ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ„†‡Ž‘—”Ȁ ƒ”‹„‘˜‹…ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͖ ͖Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ””ƒ•…‘Ȁƒ”†ƒ‰ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ†‘Ȁ‡„„ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ—…ƒȀ‡ŽŽ‘™ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͕ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†ǤŠ”‹•–Ȁ‘‘ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͗Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†ǤǤ”—Ȁ”‘™‹‰ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͕

#2 USC 6 d. #27 Florida State 1 ƒ—ƒ”›͖͚ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͕ǣ͔͗’ǤǤ ‘•‰‡Ž‡•ǡƒŽ‹ˆǤ

#27 Florida State 4 d. #28 Fresno State 1 ƒ—ƒ”›͖͜ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͕ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ ‘•‰‡Ž‡•ǡƒŽ‹ˆǤ

Singles: ͕Ǥ͓͖͘Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͕͜Ǥ‰—›‡ȋȌ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍǡ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͕͔Ǧ͛Ȍ ͖Ǥ͓͘͝ ƒƒƒŽ†ƒȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ͓͕͝ƒ›ƒ”‹‡–‘ȋȌ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͘Ǥ‹Ž‹‘ ‘‡œȋȌ†ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͙Ǥ‹…Šƒ‡Ž ”ƒ–ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͛ȋ͙Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͚Ǥ —†Ž‹‰ȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͗Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͖

Singles: ͕Ǥ‹—•†‡‹ŽŽ‹‡”•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͝Ǥ‘—–‹ŽŽ‹‡”ȋ ȌǦ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͘Ȍǡ͘Ǧ͗—ˆǤ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‡ƒǦŠƒ”Ž‡•‹ƒ‡ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ ”ƒ…‹•…ƒ–ƒ”ƒȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͙Ǧ͖—ˆǤ ͙Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ˜‹†›‘—ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͚Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‹††Šƒ”–ŠŽƒ’ƒ–‹ȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͙

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘Š•‘Ȁƒ”‹‡–‘ȋȌ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ ‘‡œȀ‰—›‡ȋȌ†Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ͓͙͕‘Ž†ƒȀ—†Ž‹‰ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͕‘—–‹ŽŽ‹‡”Ȁ†‡‹ŽŽ‹‡”•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ˜ǤŽ…ƒ–ƒ”ƒȀ‹ƒ‡ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͜—ˆǤ ͗Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ’ƒ’ƒ–‹Ȁƒ’ƒ…ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘

͓͚͘†Ǥ͓͖͛ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͕ ƒ—ƒ”›͖͝ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͚ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ ‘•‰‡Ž‡•ǡƒŽ‹ˆǤ

#7 Florida 4 d. #27 Florida State 3 Febuary 6, 2011 - 12:00 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

Singles: ͕Ǥƒ‹‡Ž‘•ƒ‘™•‹ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͜‹– „ƒ”ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͙Ǧ͖—ˆǤ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒš‹‡ƒ„ƒ–”‘—‰ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ˜ǤŽƒ›Š‘’•–‘ȋȌ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͖Ǧ͕—ˆǤ ͙Ǥ†”‹‡—‰‡–ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͘Ȍ ͚Ǥ ‘Ž†‡‡‰—•‘ȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͖

Singles: ͕Ǥ͓͖͘Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͘Ž‡šƒ†”‡ƒ…”‘‹šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ͓͗͛Ǥ‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͙͖‘„˜ƒ˜‡”„‡‡ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͗Ȍǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ͓͖͜‡‘—ƒ‰‘—”ƒȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͘Ǥƒ••‹Ž‹Žƒȋ Ȍ†ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙Ǥ’‡…‡”‡™ƒȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͚Ǥ‹ŽŽ› ‡†‡”Š‘ˆ‡”ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ „ƒ”Ȁ—‰‡–ȋȌ͛Ǧ͚—ˆǤ ͖Ǥ”‹‰ŠƒȀ‡‰—•‘ȋȌ†Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͗Ǥ‘•ƒ‘™•‹ȀŠ‘’•‘ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͕͕ƒ…”‘‹šȀŽ‹Žƒȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ‰‘—”ƒȀ—–œȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ ‡†‡”Š‘ˆ‡”Ȁ˜ƒ˜‡”„‡‡ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙

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MEN’S TENNIS #39 Miami 4 d. #28 Florida State 3 February 26, 2011 - 12:00 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

͓͙‡šƒ•͘†Ǥ͓͖͚ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͗ February 12, 2011 - 11:00 a.m. Tallahassee, Fla. Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†‘””‹‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‡ŽŽ‡ƒ‹…‘ȋȌǦ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ ‡ƒ†‡”•‡ȋȌ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ ȌǦ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͔͔‡Š‡ȋȌǦ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͙Ǥ‘Ǥ͛͜ƒ•‘Žƒ†‡‘˜ȋȌ†Ǥ Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͗Ȍ ͚Ǥƒ‹‡ŽŠ‹–‡Š‡ƒ†ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͔ǡ͕Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͚ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ›Ž‘Š‹ȋȌ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͖Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤŠ”‹•–‹ƒŽ‘…‡”ȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‡‹–Š”‘™Ž‡›ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͘Ǥƒ”Ž—†„‡”‰ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǥ†—ƒ”†‘ƒ˜‹ƒȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͚Ǥ ƒ„”‹‡Ž Ž‘”‡•ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͙‘””‹‡Ȁ†‡”•‡ȋȌ†Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͙ƒ‹…‘Ȁ ‘Ž‹‡”ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†ǤŠ‡ȀŽƒ†‡‘˜ȋȌ͜Ǧ͛ȋ͗Ȍ

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ•–Ȁ”‘™Ž‡›ȋȌ͜Ǧ͖ ͖ǤŽ‘…‡”Ȁ—†„‡”‰ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙ ͗Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ˜‹ƒȀŠ‹ȋȌ͜Ǧ͛ȋ͙Ȍ

#17 Georgia Tech 6 d. #36 Florida State 1 March 6, 2011 - 1:00 p.m. Atlanta, Ga.

͓͚͗ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͘†Ǥ͓͙͕Ž‡•‘͖ March 4, 2011 - 2:00 p.m. Clemson, SC Singles ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͕ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ‹…ƒ†‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͖Ǥ‡”‡‹ ƒœ‹‘ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͚͔Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‡˜‹ ƒŽŽ‘™ƒ›ȋȌ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͘Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ‡”ƒ”†‘‡œƒȋȌ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͙Ǥ‘‹‹“—‡ƒ†‡ȋȌ†‡ˆǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͚Ǥƒ…Šƒ”›‹‰•„›ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͚Ȍǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͕͔Ǧ͜Ȍ

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͚ Ǥ ‘‡œȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͖͕Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͙͔ —ƒ’‹”ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͚͔Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͛Ȍ ͗ǤŽ‹‘–‘–˜‹ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͘Ǥ‡˜‹‹‰ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͙Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ‰‹”–‹‰ƒȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͚Ǥ‡ƒǯ”‹‡ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͖

Doubles ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ƒŽŽ‘™ƒ›Ȁ‹ ƒœ‹‘ȋȌ͜Ǧ͗ ͖ǤǤƒ†‡Ȁ‹‰•„›ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ —ƒ‘Ž‘ƒȀ‡œƒȋȌ͜Ǧ͙

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͙’‹”Ȁ‹‰ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͕͗‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‘–˜‹Ȁ‹–Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙ ͗Ǥ ‘‡œȀǯ”‹‡ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘

USF 6 d. #36 Florida State 1 March 8, 2011 - 2:00 p.m. Tampa, Fla.

͓͙͗†Ǥ͓͙͘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͖ ƒ”…Š͕͙ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͘ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla.

Singles: ͕Ǥ—…ƒ• ‘˜‹–ƒȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͖͕ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͗Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͖Ǧ͔”‡–Ǥ ͖Ǥƒ‡Ž‹Žƒ‹ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͚͔Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͛Ȍ ͗Ǥ‘ƒ‹‡”‹††‡”ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͔Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͘Ǥ ƒƒŽ††‡”Ž‡›ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ‡†‡”‹…‘ƒ„‘‰ƒŽȋ Ȍ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͚Ǥƒ‹…‘•Š‹œƒ™ƒȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕–‡˜‡ ‘Š•‘ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͖͚ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͘ ‘Ž†ƒȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͛‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͛ȋ͜Ȍǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͕͕Ǧ͝Ȍ ͗Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒ‹‡Ž‰—›‡ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͕Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͘Ǥ‹Ž‹‘ ‘‡œȋȌ†‡ˆǤ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͙ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ —†Ž‹‰ȋȌ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǥ‹…Šƒ‡Ž ”ƒ–ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ ‘˜‹–ƒȀ††‡”Ž‡›ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͕͗‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‡”‹††‡”Ȁ‘•Š‹œƒ™ƒȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ‹Žƒ‹Ȁƒ„‘‰ƒŽȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͔͗ ‘Š•‘Ȁƒ”‹‡–‘ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͙‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͗͘‘Ž†ƒȀ—†Ž‹‰ȋȌ͜Ǧ͙ ͗Ǥƒ˜‹•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͙͕ ‘‡œȀ‰—›‡ȋȌ͜Ǧ͙

#36 Virginia Tech 4 d. #46 Florida State 3 ƒ”…Š͖͙ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͗ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Tallahassee, Fla.

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#1 Virginia 7 d. #46 Florida State 0 March 27, 2011 - 12:00 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͚ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͙͘—ƒ‘‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥƒ–”‹…ƒ…‹‡ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ‡†”‘ ”ƒ„‡”ȋȌ†‡ˆǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͛ȋ͗Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͘Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤǤ‡‰Žǯ …‡”–‹‘……‹ȋȌ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǥ‹ŽŽ‡…ȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͖Ȍǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǥ—…ƒ•Ž‹˜‡‹”ƒȋȌ†‡ˆǤ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͛Ȍ

Singles: ͕Ǥ͓͖͘Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͘Ž‡šƒ†”‡ƒ…”‘‹šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ͓͗͛Ǥ‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͙͖‘„˜ƒ˜‡”„‡‡ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͗Ȍǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ͓͖͜‡‘—ƒ‰‘—”ƒȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͘Ǥƒ••‹Ž‹Žƒȋ Ȍ†ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙Ǥ’‡…‡”‡™ƒȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͚Ǥ‹ŽŽ› ‡†‡”Š‘ˆ‡”ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͙‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͙͘ ”ƒ„‡”Ȁ‡…ȋȌ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͙͖‘……‹Ȁ‘‡ȋȌ͝Ǧ͜ȋ͕͔Ȍ ͗Ǥƒ˜‹•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ…‹‡Ȁ—Œ—†œ‹…ȋȌ͝Ǧ͜ȋ͘Ȍ

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ͓͕͕ƒ…”‘‹šȀŽ‹Žƒȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ‰‘—”ƒȀ—–œȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ ‡†‡”Š‘ˆ‡”Ȁ˜ƒ˜‡”„‡‡ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙

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MEN’S TENNIS ͓͛͘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͚†Ǥ͓͙͝–ƒ–‡͕ April 1, 2011 - 3:00 p.m. Raleigh, NC

͓͙͗ƒ‡ ‘”‡•–͘†Ǥ͓͛͘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͗ April 3, 2011 - 12:00 p.m. Winston-Salem, NC

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘‹‹… ‘†‰•‘ȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͝Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ Ǥ—Ž‰ƒ”ȋȌ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͗Ȍǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͕͔Ǧ͜Ȍ ͗ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒˆƒ‡Žƒ‡œȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͘Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ Ǥƒ…Š‡œ ‘‡œȋȌ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͕͔Ǧ͗Ȍ ͙Ǥ —Ž‹ƒ—ŽŽ‹˜ƒȋȌ†‡ˆǤ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͚Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ––Š‘•‘ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͗ ‘ƒ–Šƒ‘Žơȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͕͗”‹’’‡”ƒ”Ž‡–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͚͛Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͗Ǥ ƒ‹–‹•‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͘Ǥƒ›”‡›ƒȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͜Ȍǡ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǥƒ˜‹† ‘’‹•ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͚Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ…Š‡•Ž‹‡ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͙Ǧ͛ǡ͛Ǧ͙

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͖‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ ‘†‰•‘Ȁ‘™‡ȋȌ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ—ŽŽ‹˜ƒȀǤŠ‘•‘ȋȌ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥƒ˜‹•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ—Ž‰ƒ”ȀǤŠ‘•‘ȋȌ͜Ǧ͙

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͖‹–ŠȀ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ‘Ǥ͚͗–‹•‘Ȁ ‘’‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͖Ǥ”‡›ƒȀ‘Žơȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥƒ˜‹•Ȁ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†‡ˆǤƒ”Ž‡–‘ȀŠ‡”™‘‘†ȋ Ȍ͝Ǧ͜ȋ͙Ȍ

͓͕͘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͛†Ǥ‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡͔ April 8, 2011 - 3:00 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

#41 Florida State 4 d. #43 Maryland 3 April 10, 2011 - 12:00 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ•Š—’’‹†‹ȋȌ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͙Ȍ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͝Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ†ǤŽ‡š‹‡”ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ Ȍ†Ǥ”‹”‡—–œ‡”ȋȌ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͕Ǧ͔ȋ͝Ȍ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘ƒ–Šƒƒ—†‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘ƒ–Šƒ…Š”‘‡†‡”ȋȌ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͚Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‹ŽŽ› ”‘‡„‡”‰‡”ȋȌ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͗

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͘ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͜ƒ”‘• ‘”›ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ ‘Š‘ŽŽ‹•ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͝Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‡••‡‹—”—ȋȌ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͘Ǥ‡”‰‹‘›••ȋȌ†ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͖Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍ ͙Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘›ƒ‹‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͚Ǥ†›ƒ‰‡‡ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͗Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͖‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ”‘‡„‡”‰‡”Ȁ—’’‹†‹ȋȌ͜Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‘™Ž‡•Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ… ‹‹•Ȁ‹‡”ȋȌ͜Ǧ͙ ͗Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥƒ˜‹•‘Ȁ”‡—–œ‡”ȋȌ͜Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͖‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ‘”›Ȁ—”‘˜‹…ȋȌ͜Ǧ͕ ͖Ǥ‹—”—Ȁƒ‰‡‡ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚ ͗Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͛‘ŽŽ‹•Ȁƒ‹‡ȋȌ͜Ǧ͙

#10 Duke 4 d. #41 Florida State 3 ’”‹Ž͕͙ǡ͖͔͕͕Ǧ͗ǣ͔͔’ǤǤ Durham, NC

͓͕͝‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ͙†Ǥ͓͕͘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͖ April 17, 2011 - 1:00 p.m. Chapel Hill, NC

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͚ ‡”‹“—‡—ŠƒȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͗Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͖Ǥ‘Ǥ͝‡‹†ƒ”Ž‡–‘ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͔͜Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͗ǤŠ”‹•‡‰‡ŽȋȌ†ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͕ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͘Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ ”‡†ƒ„ƒȋȌ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǥ Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘”•–‡‹‡–‘•ƒȋȌ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ—ƒƒ”…Š‡•‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͕Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͗ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͙ Ǥ ‡”ƒ†‡œȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͖Ǥ”‡ƒ‘›ƒŒ‹ƒȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͔͜Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ–‡ˆƒ ƒ”†›ȋȌ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͘Ǥ Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͔͝ Ǥ—”Šƒ”†–ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͛Ȍ ͙Ǥ ŽŽ‹ƒƒ”‡”ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͗Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͚Ǥƒ‡”‘Šƒ”‹ȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍǡ͛Ǧ͚ȋ͙Ȍ

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͛ƒ”Ž‡–‘Ȁ—ŠƒȋȌ͝Ǧ͜ȋ͙Ȍ ͖Ǥ ‘ŽŽƒ†Ȁ‡‰‡ŽȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ‹•›Ȁƒ„ƒȋȌ†Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͙͝—”Šƒ”†–Ȁ ƒ”†›ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ†ǤŠƒ”‹Ȁ‘›ƒŒ‹ƒȋȌ͜Ǧ͘ ͗Ǥ ‡”ƒ†‡œȀ —–‡”ȋȌ†Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁ‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͚

#48 Maryland 4 d. #44 Florida State 2 April 21, 2011 - 9:00 a.m. ACC Championships, Cary, NC

#21 Mississippi State 4 d. #47 Florida State 0 May 13, 2011 - 10:00 a.m. NCAA Championships, Atlanta, Ga.

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͚ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͔͚ƒ”‘• ‘”›ȋȌ͚Ǧ͖ǡ͚Ǧ͕ ͖Ǥ ‘Š‘ŽŽ‹•ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͝͝Ž‹–‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͗Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‡”‰‹‘›••ȋȌ ͘Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ†Ǥ‘›ƒ‹‡ȋȌ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͖ ͙Ǥ ‡••‡‹—”—ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͛Ǧ͙ ͚Ǥ†›ƒ‰‡‡ȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͛Ǧ͙ǡ͛Ǧ͙

Singles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͙ƒŠ‹†‹”œƒ†‡Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͕”–‡ Ž›—•Š‹ȋȌ ͖Ǥ ‘”†ƒ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘ȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͔ ‡‘”‰‡‘—’Žƒ†ȋȌ ͗Ǥ‘Ǥ͖͝ƒŽ–‡–”‘’’ȋȌ†Ǥ‘‘”‹–Šȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͗ǡ͚Ǧ͘ ͘ǤŽƒ‡ƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ ƒ‡•Šƒ—†”›ȋȌ ͙Ǥ‘Ǥ͚͜‘—‹•ƒ–ȋȌ†Ǥ†‡”•‘‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͔ ͚Ǥƒ…ŠŠ‹–‡ȋȌ†Ǥ†”‡•—…ƒ”‘ȋ Ȍ͘Ǧ͚ǡ͚Ǧ͘ǡ͚Ǧ͘

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘ŽŽ‹•Ȁ ‘”›ȋȌ†Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͘ ͖Ǥ‹—”—Ȁƒ‰‡‡ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁ‘™Ž‡•ȋ Ȍ˜Ǥƒ””ƒœ‹Ȁƒ‹‡ȋȌ

Doubles: ͕Ǥ‘Ǥ͕͗‹”œƒ†‡ŠȀ‹–Šȋ Ȍ˜Ǥ‘Ǥ͗͛ƒ–Ȁ–”‘’’ȋȌ ͖Ǥ‘—’Žƒ†Ȁ Ž›—•Š‹ȋȌ†Ǥ‡ŽŽ›Ǧ ‘—•–‘Ȁƒ˜‹•ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͗ ͗ǤŠƒ—†”›ȀŠ‹–‡ȋȌ†Ǥ—…ƒ”‘Ȁ‡‡†ȋ Ȍ͜Ǧ͙

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MEN’S TENNIS Opponent W L First „”ƒŠƒÂ?ƒŽ†™‹Â?‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤÍ? Í” Í•Í?͛͜ Akron 1 0 1984 Alabama 9 14 1961 Alabama-Birmingham 5 2 1980 Amherst 7 0 1960 Â?†‡”•‘Â?  Í— Í” Í•Í?͖͜ Appalachian State 1 0 1979 Arizona 0 1 2004 Arizona State 0 2 1986 Arkansas 0 2 1988 ”Â?ƒÂ?Â•ÂƒÂ•ÇŚ‹––Ž‡‘…Â? Í• Í• Í•Í?Í›Í? —„—”Â? Í•Í™ Í•Í” Í•Í?͙͗ —„—”Â?ÇŚ‘Â?–‰‘Â?‡”› Í™ Í– Í•Í?͗͜ Austin-Peay 1 0 1983 ƒŽŽ–ƒ–‡ Í• Í” ͖͔͔͙ ƒ›Ž‘” Í– Í• Í•Í?͔͛ ‡ŽŠƒ˜‡Â? Í• Í” Í•Í?͛͜ ‹”Â?‹Â?‰ŠƒÂ?‘—–Š‡”Â? Í” Í• Í•Í?͙͔ ‘‹•‡–ƒ–‡ Í• Í” ͖͔͕͔ Boston College 8 0 1979 ”‘™Â?Â?‹˜‡”•‹–› Í• Í” ͖͔͔͕ ÇŚ‘Â?‰‡ƒ…Š Í— Í” Í•Í?͘͜ Calvin 3 0 1969 Central Florida 9 0 1983 Central Florida CC 4 0 1978 Šƒ’—Ž–‡’‡…’‘”–Ž—„ Í” Í• Í•Í?͙͔ Charleston 1 0 1949 Cincinnati 3 0 1962 Citadel 2 0 1962 Clemson 17 18 1962 Colorado 0 1 1993 ‘Ž—Â?„‹ƒ Í™ Í” Í•Í?͚͗ Columbus 8 0 1968 ‘Â?…‘”†‹ƒ ͘ Í” Í•Í?͙͕ —Â?„‡”ŽƒÂ?†Č‹ČŒ Í• Í” Í•Í?͛͗ ƒ˜‹†•‘Â? Í• Í– Í•Í?͙͔ DePaul 4 0 1967 Duke 11 24 1957 East Carolina 1 0 1961 ƒ•–‡”Â?‡Â?–—…Â?› Í— Í” Í•Í?ÍšÍ? Â?‘”› Í•Í™ Í• Í•Í?͘͜ Evansville 1 0 1984 Žƒ‰Ž‡” Í•Í– Í— Í•Í?͙͛ Florida 20 51 1956 Florida A&M 7 0 1970 Florida Atlantic 12 0 1982 Ž‘”‹†ƒ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ͕͘ Í—Č‹Í•ČŒ Í•Í?͛͗ Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ͘ Í” Í•Í?͗͜ Ž‘”‹†ƒ‘—–Š‡”Â? Í•Í™ Í— Í•Í?͘͜ Florida Tech 3 2 1973 Fort Eustis 2 0 1963 ”‡•Â?‘–ƒ–‡ Í– Í” ͖͔͔͙ Furman 33 4 1962

‡‘”‰‹ƒ Í•Í™ Í–ÍšČ‹Í•ČŒÍ•Í?͙͔ Georgia - Savannah 2 0 1948

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”Â? Í–Íœ Í™ Í•Í?ÍšÍ? Georgia State 13 0 1984 Georgia Tech 28 28 1954 Hampton 1 2 1976 ƒ™ƒ‹‹ Í– Í” ͖͔͔͙ Hope 3 0 1962 Houston 0 3 1969 ‘™ƒ”† Í– Í” Í•Í?͙͜ Huntingdon 1 1 1989

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Â?†‹ƒÂ?ƒ Íš Íœ Í•Í?͙͔ ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡ Í–Í™ Í• Í•Í?Í™Í? ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡ƒ˜› Í” Í• Í•Í?͙͕ ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡–ƒ–‡Č‹ČŒ Í– Í” Í•Í?͙͗ ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡–ƒ–‡Č‹ČŒ Í• Í” ͖͔͔Í? Kalamazoo 14 2 1967 Kansas 1 4 1976 Kent State 1 0 1977 ‡Â?–—…Â?› Íš Í— Í•Í?͚͔ ‡Â?›‘Â? Í• Í” Í•Í?͙͗ ƒÂ?ƒ”‡…Š Í” Í• Í•Í?͚͖

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Last Í•Í?Í?Í• 1984 2006 2003 1967 Í•Í?͘͜ 1979 2004 2002 1991 Í•Í?͚͜ ͖͔͔Í? Í•Í?ÍœÍ? 1983 ͖͔͔͙ ͖͔͔͚ Í•Í?͛͜ Í•Í?͙͔ ͖͔͕͔ 2011 ͖͔͔͕ Í•Í?Í?Í• 1976 2004 1981 Í•Í?͙͔ 1949 1978 1978 2011 1993 Í•Í?ÍœÍ? 1973 Í•Í?͚͔ Í•Í?͛͗ Í•Í?͙͘ 1990 2011 1961 Í•Í?͙͛ Í•Í?͙͜ 1984 Í•Í?Í?Íœ 2011 2007 2011 Í•Í?Í?Í? Í•Í?͛͜ Í•Í?͚͕ 1978 1963 ͖͔͕͕ 2011 ͖͔͕͔ 1948 ͖͔͕͔ 2007 2011 1987 ͖͔͔͜ 1964 1974 Í•Í?Í™Í? 1989 ͖͔͔͙ Í•Í?͔͜ Í•Í?͛͛ Í•Í?͛͜ ͖͔͔͙ Í•Í?͙͕ Í•Í?͙͜ ͖͔͔Í? 1988 1997 1977 ͖͔͔͙ Í•Í?͙͗ Í•Í?͚͖

ƒÂ?†‡” Í• ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ÂƒÇŚƒ›ˆ‡––‡ Í” ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ–ƒ–‡ Íš ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ‡…Š Í” ‘—‹•˜‹ŽŽ‡ Í– ‘›‘ŽƒČ‹ČŒ Í• Manhatten 1 Maryland 22 Â…‡‡•‡–ƒ–‡ Í– ‡Â?’Š‹•Č‹Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ČŒ Í– Mercer 19 Miami 13 ‹ƒÂ?‹Č‹ ČŒ Í• ‹…Š‹‰ƒÂ? Í– ‹…Š‹‰ƒÂ?–ƒ–‡ Í™ Middle Georgia 2 Middle Tennessee State 4 Milsaps 1 ‹Â?Â?‡•‘–ƒ ͘ ‹••‹••‹’’‹ ͘ ‹••‹••‹’’‹‘ŽŽ‡‰‡ ͘ ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Í•Í” —””ƒ›–ƒ–‡ Í™ Navy 9 Nebraska 3 ‡™”Ž‡ƒÂ?• Í— New Mexico 2 Nicholls State 1 North Carolina 10 North Carolina-Asheville 3 NC State 18 North Florida 8 ‘”–Š‡ƒ•–‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ Í– ‘”–Š‡ƒ•–‹••‘—”‹–ƒ–‡ Í• ‘”–Š‡”Â? ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹• Í– Northwestern 2 Notre Dame 4 ‰Ž‡–Š‘”’‡ Í– Š‹‘–ƒ–‡ Í— Š‹‘‡•Ž‡›ƒÂ? Í– Â?ÂƒÂŽÂ‘Â‘Â•ÂƒÇŚƒŽ–‘Â? Í• Oklahoma 1 Â?ŽƒŠ‘Â?ƒ–ƒ–‡ Í• Ž†‘Â?‹Â?‹‘Â? Íš ”‡‰‘Â? Í• ”ŽƒÂ?†‘  Í• ƒŽÂ?‡ƒ…Š Í• Pan American 2 Penn State 1 Pennsylvania 2 ‡Â?•ƒ…‘Žƒƒ˜› Í™ Pepperdine 3 ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒÂ? Íœ Princeton 1 Purdue 2 Rice 7

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Í•Í?͗͜ ͖͔͔͚ Í•Í?͙͗ Í•Í?͚͜ Í•Í?͛͜ Í•Í?͙͕ 2007 1982 Í•Í?͙͜ Í•Í?͘͜ 1948 1951 Í•Í?Í?͘ Í•Í?͙͖ Í•Í?͙͛ 1948 1970 1949 Í•Í?Í™Í? Í•Í?͙͙ Í•Í?͘Í? Í•Í?͙͜ Í•Í?͙͛ 1960 1982 Í•Í?Í›Í? 1997 1979 1966 1983 1981 1985 Í•Í?Í›Í? Í•Í?͚͙ Í•Í?͚͜ 1963 1964 Í•Í?͘Í? Í•Í?͙͙ Í•Í?͚͚ Í•Í?͘͜ 1968 Í•Í?͚͜ Í•Í?͛͜ ͖͔͔͙ Í•Í?͙͖ Í•Í?͘͜ 1970 2001 1962 Í•Í?͙͔ 2006 Í•Í?͙͔ 1981 1981 1969

Í•Í?͗͜ ͖͔͔͚ ͖͔͕͔ Í•Í?͚͜ Í•Í?͛͜ Í•Í?͙͗ 2007 2011 Í•Í?Í?Í” Í•Í?Í?Í• 1963 2011 Í•Í?Í?͘ ͖͔͔Í? Í•Í?ÍšÍ? 1948 1992 1949 Í•Í?͛͗ ͖͔͔Í? Í•Í?͙͔ ͖͔͕͕ Í•Í?͘͜ 1966 2010 Í•Í?͘͜ 2000 1982 2011 2000 2011 2007 Í•Í?͘͜ Í•Í?͚͙ Í•Í?͖͛ 1970 2010 Í•Í?͚͜ ͖͔͔͛ Í•Í?͚͚ Í•Í?͘͜ 1989 ͖͔͔Í? ͖͔͔͙ ͖͔͔͙ Í•Í?͙͖ Í•Í?͘͜ 1980 2002 2006 Í•Í?͚͛ 2010 Í•Í?͛͘ 2004 1982 2010

‘ŽŽ‹Â?• Í•Íœ Í–Í• Í•Í?͙͕ —–‰‡”• Í– Í” Í•Í?͚͙ Saint Francis 1 0 1979 Saint Mary’s 1 0 2008 Samford 3 0 1974 San Diego 0 2 2003 San Diego State 0 2 1989 South Alabama 14 6 1979 South Carolina 6 6 1971 South Florida 23 20 1969 ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”Â?‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ Íš ͘ Í•Í?Í›Í? ‘—–Š‡”Â? ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹• Í•Í” Í– Í•Í?͙͚ Southern Methodist 1 1 1992 Southern Mississippi 11 0 1960 Č‹ ‘”Â?‡”Ž›‹••‹••‹’’‹‘—–Š‡”Â?Â‘ÂŽÂŽÂ‡Â‰Â‡ČŒ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”Â?Č‹ČŒ Í• Í” Í•Í?͚͚ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”Â?‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ Í•Í” Í? Í•Í?͚͛ Southwest Texas State 1 0 1991 ’”‹Â?‰ ‹ŽŽ Í• Í” Í•Í?͙͗ Stanford 1 0 2007 Stetson 13 3 1948 ƒÂ?’ƒ Í— Í” Í•Í?͙͘ Tennessee 1 3 1966 Tennessee-Chattanooga 1 0 1998 ‡Â?Â?‡••‡‡njƒ”–‹Â? Í• Í” Í•Í?͙͜ ‡Â?Â?‡••‡‡‡…Š Í™ Í” Í•Í?͖͛ Texas 0 7 1996 Texas A&M 2 7 1983 ‡šƒ•ĆŹ Í” Í• ͖͔͔͙ ‡šƒ•Š”‹•–‹ƒÂ? Í• Í– Í•Í?Í?͘ Texas - Dallas 1 0 1977 Texas Tech 0 1 1970 Trinity 0 1 1974 ”‹Â?‹–›‘ˆ ”‡ŽƒÂ?† Í– Í” Í•Í?ÍœÍ? Troy 3 0 1948 —ŽƒÂ?‡ ͘ Í–Č‹Í•ČŒ Í•Í?͚͘ ƒŽ†‘•–ƒ–ƒ–‡ Í–Í› Í” Í•Í?͙͖ Vanderbilt 0 3 1987 Virginia 13 17 1968 Virginia Commonwealth 2 4 1989 Virginia Tech 7 2 1984 ÇŚ ”˜‹Â?‡ Í” Í• Í•Í?͗͜  Í” Í– ͖͔͔͜ ÇŚƒÂ?–ƒƒ”„ƒ”ƒ Í– Í” Í•Í?Í?Í” USC 0 2 2011 Wake Forest 19 9 1972 ƒ•Š‹Â?‰–‘Â?Č‹ČŒ Í• Í” Í•Í?͚͚ West Florida 3 0 1971 ‡•–‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒ Í™ Í” Í•Í?͙͜ Western Carolina 1 0 1984 Western Kentucky 1 0 1979 Western Michigan 3 0 1979 Wingate 1 0 1971 Wisconsin 1 1 1993 ƒŽ‡ Í• Í” Í•Í?͙͜

Í•Í?Í?Í– Í•Í?͚͙ 1979 2008 2008 2004 2003 2010 2006 2011 Í•Í?Í?Í• Í•Í?͚͜ 2003 2000 Í•Í?͚͚ Í•Í?Í?Íš 1991 Í•Í?͙͗ 2007 2004 Í•Í?͔͛ 1976 1998 Í•Í?͙͜ ͖͔͔Í? 2011 2008 ͖͔͔͙ ͖͔͔͙ 1977 1970 1974 Í•Í?ÍœÍ? 2011 Í•Í?Í?Í› Í•Í?ÍœÍ? 2002 2011 1997 2011 Í•Í?͗͜ ͖͔͕͕ Í•Í?Í?Í• 2011 2011 Í•Í?͚͚ 1986 ͖͔͔͕ 1984 1979 1982 1971 2010 Í•Í?͙͜

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MEN’S TENNIS 1948 - Don Loucks (9-4) –‡–•‘� Ž‘”‹†ƒ‘—–Š‡”� Mercer Middle Georgia Georgia-Savannah Troy State �‘”› Stetson �‘”› Middle Georgia Georgia-Savannah Ž‘”‹†ƒ‘—–Š‡”� Troy State

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͚nj͗ ÍœÇŚÍ• 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 ͙nj͖ 6-3 ͚nj͕ 9-0 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 8-1

1949 - Don Loucks (11-2) Mercer ‰Ž‡–Š‘”’‡ Mississippi College Millsaps Šƒ”Ž‡•–‘� Ž‘”‹†ƒ‘—–Š‡”� Mississippi College Mississippi College Ž‘”‹†ƒ‘—–Š‡”� –‡–•‘� �‘”› Mercer Stetson

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1950 - Don Loucks (9-7) ‡�•ƒ…‘Žƒƒ˜›  ƒ˜‹†•‘�  Mississippi College W Mercer W Emory W

�†‹ƒ�ƒ  Florida Southern W Mercer W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ  Emory W ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ�  Stetson W Florida Southern W Stetson W ‹”�‹�‰Šƒ�‘—–Š‡”�  Šƒ’—Ž–‡’‡…’‘”–‹�‰Ž—„

Í?ÇŚÍ” Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-0 9-0 8-1 ͚nj͗ 9-0 9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 ͛nj͕ 6-3 8-1 6-3 ͚nj͕ Í?ÇŚÍ”

1951 - Ralph Matherly (7-8)

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�†‹ƒ�ƒ Emory Mercer Emory ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ƒ˜› Mercer ‹ƒ�‹ Florida Southern

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1952 - Don Loucks (9-5) ‘›‘ŽƒČ‹ČŒ ‡”…‡” ‘Â?…‘”†‹ƒ Mercer Georgia ‹…Š‹‰ƒÂ?

�†‹ƒ�ƒ Valdosta State

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9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-2 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” ͛nj͖

1953 - Don Loucks (15-2) Georgia ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡–ƒ–‡Č‹ČŒ Spring Hill ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ–ƒ–‡ ‘›‘ŽƒČ‹ČŒ Kenyon Auburn Mercer Valdosta State Florida Southern ‘ŽŽ‹Â?• Valdosta State Georgia Emory Mercer Auburn Florida Southern

W  W   W W W W W  W W W W W W

6-3 ÍœÇŚÍ• 8-1 ÍœÇŚÍ• Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 8-1 9-0 9-0 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 9-0 7-1 7-2 9-0 8-1 9-0

1954 - Keith Pitchford (13-5) Tampa W ‹ƒÂ?‹  Florida Southern W ‘ŽŽ‹Â?•  Stetson W ƒ˜‹†•‘Â?  Georgia Tech W Stetson W Emory W ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ–ƒ–‡  Concordia W Georgia W Emory W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  ‘ŽŽ‹�•  Mercer W Tampa W Florida Southern W

7-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 8-1 ÍœÇŚÍ• 10-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 8-1 10-0 9-0 ÍœÇŚÍ– 7-0 6-3 7-1 ͚nj͗ ÍœÇŚÍ• 8-1 7-0 6-1

1955 - Keith Pitchford (10-6) ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒÂ?  Georgia W Auburn W Š‹‘–ƒ–‡  ‡Â?•ƒ…‘Žƒƒ˜› 

Í?ÇŚÍ” 9-0 7-1 ÍœÇŚÍ• ͚nj͗

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Florida Southern ‘ŽŽ‹�• Stetson Mississippi

�†‹ƒ�ƒ Emory Auburn

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Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 8-1 Í?ÇŚÍ” 6-1 9-0 ÍœÇŚÍ• 8-1 8-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ÍœÇŚÍ• 9-0

1956 - Keith Pitchford (8-7)

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�†‹ƒ�ƒ  Emory W Mercer W

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  Emory W Florida Southern W Mercer W Ž‘”‹†ƒ 

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1957 - Keith Pitchford (5-11)

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  ‹…Š‹‰ƒ�–ƒ–‡  —�‡  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Murray State W ‹ƒ�‹ 

�†‹ƒ�ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‘ŽŽ‹�•  Florida Southern W Mercer W

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  Emory W

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1958 - Keith Pitchford (9-7)

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Nine Straight NCAA Appearances

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�†‹ƒ�ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ Mississippi State ‘—‹•‹ƒ�ƒ–ƒ–‡ ‘ŽŽ‹�• Ž‘”‹†ƒ Mercer Stetson

‡‘”‰‹ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Mercer

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8-1 ͚nj͗ ÍœÇŚÍ• 7-2 ͛nj͔ ÍœÇŚÍ• Í?ÇŚÍ” 9-0 8-1 ÍœÇŚÍ• ÍœÇŚÍ• 9-0

1959 - John Powless (14-6) ‘—‹•‹ƒ�ƒ–ƒ–‡

‡‘”‰‹ƒ ‹ƒ�‹

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Minnesota Florida Michigan State

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�†‹ƒ�ƒ Howard Florida Murray State ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ Pensacola Navy

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1960 - John Powless (11-8-1) ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ� 

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1961 - Bubba McGowan (16-5) Georgia W Georgia W Georgia Tech W ‘—–Š‡”Â? ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹•  Auburn W Navy W Navy W Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Amherst W East Carolina W Florida Southern W ‘—‹•‹ƒÂ?ƒ–ƒ–‡  Rollins W ‹ƒÂ?‹  Auburn W Mississippi State W

7-2 8-1 8-1 ͛nj͖ 9-0 8-1 7-2 ͛nj͖ 7-2 8-1 7-0 ͚nj͕ 8-1 ͛nj͖ 9-0 6-3

Alabama Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‹ƒ�‹ Mississippi State ‘ŽŽ‹�•

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9-0 ͚nj͗ Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-2 ͚nj͗

1962 - Eddie Cubbon (11-8) ƒ�ƒ”‡…Š

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ ‡��•›Ž˜ƒ�‹ƒ Georgia Tech Navy Navy ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ� Furman Hope �Š‡”•– Cincinnati The Citadel ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ� Ž‡�•‘� Furman Ž‡�•‘� ‘ŽŽ‹�• Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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ÍœÇŚÍ” ͛nj͖ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 6-3 4-3 6-3 ͚nj͗ 6-3 6-3 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 6-3 4-3 Í˜ÇŚÍ— ͛nj͔ 4-3 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜

1963 - Eddie Cubbon (16-5) ‘”–—•–‹• ‘”–—•–‹•

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ Mercer ‘ŽŽ‹�•

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͙nj͕ ͙nj͕ ͙nj͗ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 6-3 ͚nj͗ 6-3 10-0 9-0 9-0 8-1 7-2 6-3 7-2 ͚nj͗ 11-0 ͚nj͗ ͚nj͗ 8-1 Í™ÇŚÍ˜

1964 - Paul Scarpa (12-10) Valdosta State Ž‘”‹†ƒ —Žƒ�‡ ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ ƒ˜› ƒ˜› ‘”–Š™‡•–‡”� ‘”–Š™‡•–‡”� ‘–”‡ƒ�‡ ‘–”‡ƒ�‡ Ž‡�•‘�

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Amherst Hope Valdosta State Ž‘”‹†ƒ Ž‡�•‘� Presbyterian

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‹ƒ�‹

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9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͙nj͗ ͛nj͖ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ÍœÇŚÍ• Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ ÍœÇŚÍ• Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 9-0 7-2 7-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 ͚nj͗ ͛nj͖

1965 - Lex Wood (11-7) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Northeast Missouri State Valdosta State Florida Kentucky Pensacola Navy ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Navy Rutgers Rutgers Valdosta State ‘ŽŽ‹�• Ž‘”‹†ƒ ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ�

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‹ƒ�‹

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1966 - Lex Wood (13-10) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Florida ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”Â?Č‹ČŒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘ŽŽ‹Â?• ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Alabama ‡Â?Â?‡••‡‡ Š‹‘‡•Ž‡›ƒÂ? Š‹‘‡•Ž‡›ƒÂ? Navy

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Amherst ƒ•Š‹Â?‰–‘Â?Č‹ČŒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‡��‡••‡‡ Kentucky ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ —””ƒ›–ƒ–‡ ‹ƒ�‹ ‹ƒ�‹ ‘ŽŽ‹�•

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͛nj͖ 7-2 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ 7-2 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í?ÇŚÍ” ÍœÇŚÍ• 7-2 ÍœÇŚÍ• 6-3 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͔ 8-1 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í?ÇŚÍ” Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜

1967 - Lex Wood (16-7) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Ž‘”‹†ƒ Pensacola Navy ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ Presbyterian Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘ŽŽ‹�• ‡��‡••‡‡ Michigan State Kalamazoo

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š DePaul DePaul Amherst Valdosta State Auburn ‘ŽŽ‹�• ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‹ƒ�‹ Murray State Auburn

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ÍœÇŚÍ• ͚nj͗ 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 8-1 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ 6-3 7-2 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 8-1 6-1 8-1 9-0 9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í?ÇŚÍ” ͚nj͗ Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-2 9-0

1968 - Lex Wood (21-3) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ Ž‘”‹†ƒ Kalamazoo

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Valdosta State Georgia Tech Columbus

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8-1 9-0 7-2 7-2 ÍœÇŚÍ• 9-0 9-0 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-2 ͛nj͖ 9-0 8-1 ͛nj͖ 9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 9-0 8-1 6-3

1969 - Lex Wood (22-5-1) Mississippi State ‘—•–‘� ‹…‡ ‘—‹•‹ƒ�ƒ–ƒ–‡ Tulane Presbyterian Ž‘”‹†ƒ Michigan State ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Valdosta State Kalamazoo Calvin Kalamazoo Virginia Virginia

�†‹ƒ�ƒ Rollins Ž‘”‹†ƒ Columbus ‹ƒ�‹ Eastern Kentucky Valdosta State Georgia Southern Mississippi State ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Columbus South Florida

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9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͚nj͕ ͛nj͖ 3-3 9-0 ͛nj͖ 7-2 ͚nj͗ 9-0 9-0 9-0 8-1 8-1 6-3 ͛nj͖ 6-3 ÍœÇŚÍ• 7-2 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 9-0 9-0 9-0 6-3 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 9-0

1970 - Pete Barizon (21-12) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ ‘—‹•‹ƒ�ƒ–ƒ–‡ ƒ��‡”‹…ƒ� ‡šƒ•‡…Š ƒ›Ž‘” Georgia Southern ‘—•–‘� Furman Florida ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ�

‡‘”‰‹ƒ Middle Tennessee State Northwestern Northwestern Calvin ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ

ŽŽ‹�‘‹• ‹ƒ�‹

‡‘”‰‹ƒ Georgia Tech Columbus Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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͚nj͗ ͚nj͗ ͚nj͕ ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ 8-1 ÍœÇŚÍ• 8-1 6-3 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͙nj͔ 9-0 8-1 7-1 8-1 ͙nj͗ ͙nj͖ Í?ÇŚÍ” ÍœÇŚÍ• 6-3 6-3 Í?ÇŚÍ”

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Tampa ‘ŽŽ‹Â?• South Florida ‹ƒÂ?‹ ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡ Ž‘”‹†ƒĆŹ ‘Ž—Â?„—•

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9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í?ÇŚÍ” ͙nj͕ Í™ÇŚÍ˜

1971 - Pete Barizon (18-3) Mississippi State ‹ƒ�‹ Florida ”‡•„›–‡”‹ƒ� ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Kalamazoo West Florida Florida A&M Žƒ„ƒ�ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š South Carolina Wingate Tulane Rollins

‡‘”‰‹ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”� South Florida Ž‘”‹†ƒ ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ Valdosta State Columbus

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8-0 ÍœÇŚÍ• 6-3 ͙nj͗ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 7-0 9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 Í?ÇŚÍ” Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 7-2 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ÍœÇŚÍ• 9-0 8-1

1972 - Scott Bristol (18-4) West Florida Middle Tennessee Presbyterian Tennessee Tech Minnesota ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Kalamazoo South Carolina ‘”–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ Wake Forest ‹”‰‹�‹ƒ ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ ‹ƒ�‹

‡‘”‰‹ƒ ƒ��‡”‹…ƒ� ‘ŽŽ‹�• South Florida Georgia Southern Valdosta State Columbus Žƒ„ƒ�ƒ

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9-0 7-2 6-3 7-2 7-2 ͚nj͗ 8-1 6-3 ÍœÇŚÍ• Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 6-3 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ ÍœÇŚÍ• ͚nj͗ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͚nj͗ 9-0 8-1 9-0 8-1 ͙nj͖

1973 - Randy Jobson (11-4) Mississippi State Ž‘”‹†ƒ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ‹ƒÂ?‹ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ Kentucky Kalamazoo Minnesota South Florida Valdosta State —Â?„‡”ŽƒÂ?†Č‹ČŒ Florida Tech Rollins

‡‘”‰‹ƒ Columbus Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” ͛nj͖ ͛nj͖ 7-2 7-2 8-1 7-2 9-0 Í?ÇŚÍ” 7-2 9-0 ͛nj͖ 7-1 ͚nj͗

1974 - Randy Jobson (10-8) Furman W

Presbyterian Duke Eastern Kentucky Pan American ”‹�‹–› ‹…‡ ‘—•–‘� ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• Kalamazoo Samford ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ Ž‡�•‘� ‹ƒ�‹ South Florida Žƒ„ƒ�ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ

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9-0 8-1 9-0 6-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ ͚nj͗ 7-2 7-2 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͛nj͖ 6-3 ͚nj͗ ÍœÇŚÍ• ͚nj͗

1975 - Randy Jobson (14-6) Samford Ž‘”‹†ƒ Duke ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ East Kentucky Florida Tech ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹�ƒ ‡�–—…�› ‘—–Š‡”� ŽŽ‹�‘‹• ‘—‹•‹ƒ�ƒ–ƒ–‡ Flagler Žƒ„ƒ�ƒ Kalamazoo

‡‘”‰‹ƒ ƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•– Valdosta State Rollins Ž‘”‹†ƒ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ‹ƒÂ?‹ South Florida

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7-2 ͚nj͗ 6-3 ͛nj͖ 9-0 8-1 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ ͚nj͗ ͛nj͖ 9-0 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 8-1 Í™ÇŚÍ˜ Í™ÇŚÍ˜ 6-0 7-2 ͚nj͗ ÍœÇŚÍ• 7-2

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1976 - Ken Vinson (4-19) Žƒ‰Ž‡” ‹††Ž‡‡‡••‡‡ ƒ’–‘ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ —‡ ‡–—…› ƒ•ƒ• Ž‡•‘ ‡‡••‡‡ Calvin ƒŽƒƒœ‘‘ ƒ‡ ‘”‡•– ‹ƒ‹ Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ‘—‹•‹ƒƒ–ƒ–‡ Žƒ„ƒƒ ‘ŽŽ‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ‡…Š Žƒ‰Ž‡” ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ ͜Ǧ͕ 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ ͜Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖

1977 - Ken Vinson (5-15-1) ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ Valdosta State ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ —”ƒ ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ —‡ ƒ•ƒ• ƒ‡ ‘”‡•– Kent State —„—” ƒŽƒƒœ‘‘ Texas-Dallas

ŽŽ‹‘‹•–ƒ–‡ Žƒ‰Ž‡”

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” ‘ŽŽ‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ‡…Š ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‹ƒ‹ Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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͚Ǧ͗ 9-0 ͚Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͝Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ 6-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͝Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͝Ǧ͔ ͝Ǧ͔ ͗Ǧ͗ ͝Ǧ͔

1978 - Juan Ortiz (17-5) ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” —”ƒ ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ Ž†‘‹‹‘ ‹••‹••‹’’‹ Cincinnati ‘—‹•˜‹ŽŽ‡ Kalamazoo

†‹ƒƒ The Citadel Central Florida CC Central Florida CC „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽǤ Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ‡…Š ‘ŽŽ‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ Flagler ‡–”ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ Žƒ„ƒƒ Žƒ‰Ž‡”

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͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ 8-1 ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͚Ǧ͗ 7-2 8-1 8-1 ͝Ǧ͔ ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘

1979 - Juan Ortiz (17-8) ‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡



͝Ǧ͔

‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ ”ƒ•ƒ•Ǧ‹––Ž‡‘… ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Western Michigan North Carolina Ž†‘‹‹‘ ‹ƒ‹ ’’ƒŽƒ…Š‹ƒ–ƒ–‡ ‘—–Š‡” ŽŽ‹‘‹• Western Kentucky Žƒ„ƒƒ ‹••‹••‹’’‹

ŽŽ‹‘‹• St. Francis ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ South Alabama

†‹ƒƒ ‹…Š‘ŽŽ•–ƒ–‡ ‡™”Ž‡ƒ• ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ Rollins Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘”–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ

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͛Ǧ͖ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 6-3 ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ 9-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͚Ǧ͗ 8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ 8-1 ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘

1980 - Randy Jobson (12-7) ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ Žƒ„ƒƒǦ‹”‹‰Šƒ Valdosta State Žƒ‰Ž‡” Georgia Southern Miami —”ƒ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ

ŽŽ‹‘‹•ǦŠ‹…ƒ‰‘ ƒ‡”‹…ƒ South Alabama Žƒ„ƒƒ —„—” Valdosta State ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ South Florida ‘ŽŽ‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ Flagler

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͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 9-0 ͚Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͘ 8-1 ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ 8-1 ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ 7-0

1981 - Randy Jobson (12-14) South Florida W Central Florida W Valdosta State W Žƒ„ƒƒǦ‹”‹‰Šƒ  ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”  Western Michigan W —„—”  Purdue W ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  Žƒ„ƒƒ  Ž‡•‘  ‹…Š‹‰ƒ  –ƒ–‡  ”‹…‡–‘  Flagler W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ  ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Valdosta State W ‘ŽŽ‹•  ‹…Š‘ŽŽ•–ƒ–‡  ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ  Žƒ„ƒƒǦ‹”‹‰Šƒ 

8-1 9-0 9-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 ͜Ǧ͕ 8-1 ͛Ǧ͖ ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͘ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ 8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖

1982 - Randy Jobson (23-10) ‘—‹•‹ƒƒ–ƒ–‡  Nicholls State W ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Flagler W ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡  Rollins W ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Žƒ„ƒƒǦ‹”‹‰Šƒ  Georgia Southern W Florida A&M W ‹…Š‹‰ƒ  ‹ƒ‹  —„—”  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  Western Michigan W Georgia Southern W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ  Purdue W Hampton W †‡”•‘   Mississippi W ‹ƒ‹  ‘—–Š‡” ŽŽ‹‘‹•  ƒ”›Žƒ†  ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  —”ƒ  Nebraska W ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡  —„—”  Žƒ„ƒƒ  Valdosta State W Florida Atlantic W Ž‘”‹†ƒ 

͛Ǧ͖ 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ 8-1 ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ 8-1 8-1 ͝Ǧ͔ 8-1 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͜Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ 8-1 9-0 ͙Ǧ͗

1983 - Randy Jobson (19-13) „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ Auburn-Montgomery W ‹…Š‹‰ƒ  South Alabama W  ”˜‹‡  Central Florida W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”  ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ  Rollins W Rice W Furman W Florida Atlantic W North Carolina W ƒ†‡”  †‡”•‘   Wake Forest W UNC-Asheville W ‡šƒ•Ƭ  South Alabama W Austin Peay W Š‹‘–ƒ–‡  Ž‘”‹†ƒ   —„—”  ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‹ƒ‹  ‘—‹•‹ƒƒ–ƒ–‡ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” 

͛Ǧ͖ 9-0 ͚Ǧ͗ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 6-3 6-2 9-0 6-3 ͚Ǧ͗ ͝Ǧ͔ 6-3 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 7-2 ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗

1984 - Richard McKee (30-8) ƒŽ‘‘•ƒǦƒŽ–‘  Auburn-Montgomery W Ž‘”‹†ƒ   Georgia Southern W

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South Florida W ‡–”ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Tulane W ‡™”Ž‡ƒ•  ‡šƒ•Ƭ  ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  ‘—‹•‹ƒƒ–ƒ–‡  ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  Virginia Tech W ‡’Š‹•–ƒ–‡  Evansville W Furman W Florida W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ  ƒŽ‡ƒ…Š  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  Southern Mississippi W ‹••‹••‹’’‹  ƒ‡ ‘”‡•–  Western Carolina W †‡”•‘   Georgia State W Kalamazoo W Akron W Flagler W ‡™”Ž‡ƒ•  Žƒ„ƒƒ  „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  —””ƒ›–ƒ–‡  ƒ”›Žƒ†  ‘”–Š‡ƒ•–‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Ǧ‘‰‡ƒ…Š 

7-2 ͙Ǧ͕ 9-0 ͜Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ 9-0 ͙Ǧ͕ 9-0 8-1 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ 9-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ 8-1 ͝Ǧ͔ 9-0 9-0 8-1 6-3 ͙Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͗ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͝Ǧ͔

1985 - Richard McKee (25-4) Auburn-Montgomery W ‘”–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ   ƒŽ‡  South Florida W Auburn W Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Emory W Furman W Southern Mississippi W

8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ ͝Ǧ͔ ͜Ǧ͕ 9-0 7-2 ͙Ǧ͘ 8-1 8-1 9-0

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West Virginia ‹ƒ‹ Alabama South Alabama Flagler Georgia Southern Žƒ„ƒƒǦ‹”‹‰Šƒ ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ ‹ƒ‹ ‘—–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ ‡–—…› Auburn ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ Auburn …‡‡•‡–ƒ–‡ Florida ‘ŽŽ‹• ‡‡••‡‡Ǧƒ”–‹

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9-0 ͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-3 ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͗ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͕

1986 - Richard McKee (10-13) Tulane W —„—”Ǧ‘–‰‘‡”›  West Florida W North Florida W ”‹œ‘ƒ–ƒ–‡  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  —„—”  Furman W ‘—‹•‹ƒƒ‡…Š  ‡–—…›  ƒ›Ž‘”  ”ƒ•ƒ•Ǧ‹––Ž‡‘…  ŽƒŠ‘ƒ–ƒ–‡  ‡•–‹”‰‹‹ƒ  ‘—–Š‡” ŽŽ‹‘‹•  Mississippi State W ‘—–Š™‡•–‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  —Žƒ‡  Žƒ„ƒƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ

6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ 9-0 7-2 ͝Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ 6-3 ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 ͝Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͜Ǧ͕ ͜Ǧ͕

1987 - Richard McKee (13-10)

†‹ƒƒ  Auburn-Montgomery W Ž‘”‹†ƒ   ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  North Florida W Florida Atlantic W South Alabama W Ž‘”‹†ƒ  —”ƒ  ƒ†‡”„‹Ž–  ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Žƒ„ƒƒ  ‡ŽŠƒ˜‡  ƒ’–‘  ‹ƒ‹  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  ‘—‹•˜‹ŽŽ‡  Florida W Kalamazoo W „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ …‡‡•‡–ƒ–‡ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”  Southern Mississippi W

͙Ǧ͘ 9-0 ͜Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ 7-2 8-1 6-3 ͘Ǧ͙ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ ͜Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͖ ͜Ǧ͕ 6-3 6-3 ͛Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ 9-0

1988 - Richard McKee (14-10) Auburn-Montgomery W Southern Mississippi W Virginia Tech W „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡  Žƒ„ƒƒ  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‹…‡  Furman W ”ƒ•ƒ•  ‡„”ƒ•ƒ  Ž‡•‘  …‡‡•‡–ƒ–‡  Georgia Southern W ƒŽƒƒœ‘‘  Florida W Georgia State W ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  South Alabama W Florida W North Florida W

9-0 9-0 9-0 ͝Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͘ 6-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͗ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͕ 6-3 8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 6-3 6-3

1989 - Richard McKee (18-12) ”‹‹–›‘ŽŽ‡‰‡‘ˆ ”‡Žƒ†  ”‹‹–›‘ŽŽ‡‰‡‘ˆ ”‡Žƒ†  Valdosta State W ‡‡••‡‡‡…Š  —„—”  —„—”Ǧ‘–‰‘‡”›  —–‹‰†‘  ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡  Flagler W ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ  ƒ‹‡‰‘–ƒ–‡  ŽƒŠ‘ƒ  ƒ•ƒ•  ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”  Virginia Tech W Columbia W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ–ƒ–‡  Virginia Commonwealth W —–‹‰†‘  —”ƒ  ‡ƒ—Ž 

͚Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ 8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͖ 6-2 ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ 6-2 8-1 ͙Ǧ͘ 6-0 ͝Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘

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1990 - Richard McKee (19-8)

‡‘”‰‹ƒ–ƒ–‡  Georgia Tech W —„—”  Flagler W

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡”  ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  North Florida W ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ Georgia Southern W Furman W Ž‡•‘  Tennessee Tech W DePaul W ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  ‡šƒ•Ƭ  McNeese State W ‘—–Š‡”‹••  ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Ǧ‘‰‡ƒ…Š  Ǧƒ–ƒƒ”„ƒ”ƒ  ‹”‰‹‹ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  ‹ƒ‹  South Florida W ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ 

͙Ǧ͘ 4-3 ͙Ǧ͖ 9-0 ͙Ǧ͘ ͝Ǧ͔ ͛Ǧ͖ 9-0 ͛Ǧ͖ ͝Ǧ͔ 6-3 6-3 ͛Ǧ͖ 6-3 9-0 ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͕ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͕

1991 - David Barron (16-7) ”ƒ•ƒ• 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  South Alabama W North Florida W ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  „”ƒŠƒƒŽ†™‹‰Ǥ‘ŽŽǤ Georgia Southern W Furman W Southwest Texas State W Memphis State W ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  ‡šƒ•Ƭ  ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Ǧ‘‰‡ƒ…Š  Ǧƒ–ƒƒ”„ƒ”ƒ  ‹”‰‹‹ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  Š‹‘–ƒ–‡  ‹ƒ‹  South Florida W Žƒ„ƒƒȂ‹”‹‰Šƒ  ‘—–Š‡ƒ•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ  Rollins W

͚Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͗ 6-4 9-0 ͜Ǧ͕ ͝Ǧ͔ 9-0 9-0 6-0 7-0 ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͕ 8-0

1992 - David Barron (14-9) ‘ŽŽ‹• North Florida Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‘—–Š‡” –ƒ–‡ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ ‘–”‡ƒ‡ ‡šƒ•Ƭ Southern Methodist ‹††Ž‡‡‡••‡‡–ƒ–‡

͙Ǧ͘ 6-3 ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͛Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ 7-2 ͙Ǧ͕

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Ž‡•‘ —”ƒ ƒ”›Žƒ† ‹ƒ‹ —‡ ƒ‡ ‘”‡•–ȋȌ —‡ȋȌ

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7-0 ͚Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͘ ͙Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͗

1993 - David Barron (17-8) ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ Georgia Southern Georgia State —”ƒ Clemson ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ ‹••‹••‹’’‹ ‘Ž‘”ƒ†‘ ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ Wisconsin Ž‘”‹†ƒ Maryland Virginia West Virginia Wake Forest —‡ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ NC State Georgia Tech South Florida Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ‹ƒ‹ȋ Ȍ Ž‡•‘ȋȌ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒȋȌ

  W W  W     W  W W W W   W W W    

͛Ǧ͔ ͚Ǧ͕ 7-0 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ 6-1 ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ 4-3 ͚Ǧ͕ 7-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 ͛Ǧ͔ ͚Ǧ͕ 4-3 4-3 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖

1994 - David Barron (15-9) Georgia Southern Georgia State ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ‹ƒ‹ Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ Wake Forest —‡ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ NC State ‹ƒ‹ȋ Ȍ ‹”‰‹‹ƒ‘‘™‡ƒŽ–Š —”ƒ Ž‡•‘ ‡šƒ•Ƭ  West Virginia Maryland Virginia Georgia Tech Ž‡•‘ȋȌ

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…ŠȋȌ

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7-0 7-0 ͚Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ 6-1 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͚Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͗ 4-3 7-0 6-1 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͖

1995 - David Barron (18-8) Georgia Southern Georgia State ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ Central Florida Ž‘”‹†ƒ Furman Ž†‘‹‹‘

W W   W  W 

7-0 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͔ 6-1 ͙Ǧ͖ 7-0 ͛Ǧ͔

‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ  Virginia W ‡šƒ•Ƭ  ƒ‡ ‘”‡•–  NC State W Virginia Commonwealth W Maryland W North Carolina W —‡ 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š  Clemson W ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‹ƒ‹  Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ  ‹”‰‹‹ƒȋȌ  Ž‡•‘ȋȌ  ƒǤ‘‘™‡ƒŽ–ŠȋȌ

͙Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͕ 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ 6-1 6-1 7-0 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖

1996 - David Barron (15-13) Georgia Southern

‡‘”‰‹ƒ–ƒ–‡ ‘—–Š™‡•–‡”‘—‹•‹ƒƒ ƒ•ƒ• ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ ‡–”ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ NC State Duke Wake Forest ƒ•ƒ• ‡šƒ• Žƒ„ƒƒ Furman Ž‡•‘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ –‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡ Maryland ‹”‰‹‹ƒ ‹”‰‹‹ƒ‘‘™‡ƒŽ–Š

7-0 ͙Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͛Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ 7-0 4-3 6-1 ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͕ 7-0 ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͔ 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͔

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4-3 Í˜ÇŚÍ– Í˜ÇŚÍ– Í˜ÇŚÍ– Í˜ÇŚÍ”

1997 - David Barron (16-12) ‹••‹••‹’’‹–ƒ–‡  Georgia Southern W Georgia State W Florida Atlantic W ‘—–Š‡”Â?‹••‹••‹’’‹  ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡  ‡Â?–”ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Florida W Furman W Ž‘”‹†ƒ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ  ‹ƒÂ?‹  Ž†‘Â?‹Â?‹‘Â?  ‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒ  ƒÂ?•ƒ•  —ŽƒÂ?‡  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  —Â?‡  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ  New Mexico W Ž‡Â?•‘Â?  Georgia Tech W ƒ”›ŽƒÂ?†  Wake Forest W NC State W ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒČ‹ČŒ  Ž‡Â?•‘Â?Č‹ČŒ  ƒǤ‘Â?Â?‘Â?™‡ƒŽ–ŠČ‹ČŒ

͛nj͔ 6-0 7-0 6-1 ͙nj͖ ͙nj͔ ͙nj͕ 4-3 6-1 Í˜ÇŚÍ— Í˜ÇŚÍ— ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ— Í˜ÇŚÍ– ‡ˆǤ ‡ˆǤ Í˜ÇŚÍ— ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ 6-1 Í˜ÇŚÍ— 4-3 ͙nj͔ 4-0 4-3 Í˜ÇŚÍ– Í˜ÇŚÍ– Í˜ÇŚÍ”

1998 - David Barron (17-8) Stetson ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ Ž†‘�‹�‹‘� Georgia Southern

‡‘”‰‹ƒ–ƒ–‡ Southern Mississippi South Alabama

7-0 ͚nj͕ ͚nj͕ 7-0 ͙nj͖ 6-1 4-3

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7-0 ͚nj͕ ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ 6-1 Í˜ÇŚÍ– ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ ͚nj͕ Í˜ÇŚÍ— 6-0 ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ— Í˜ÇŚÍ• Í˜ÇŚÍ” ͙nj͕ Í˜ÇŚÍ•

1999 - David Barron (13-10) –‡–•‘� ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡ ”‘›–ƒ–‡ Georgia Southern

‡‘”‰‹ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ Â?–‡”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ ‹ƒÂ?‹ Southern Mississippi Furman Ž‘”‹†ƒ ƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•– Maryland —Â?‡ Virginia Ž‡Â?•‘Â? UNC-Ashville –ƒ–‡ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ŽƒÂ?–‹… Georgia State

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…ŠČ‹ČŒ

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͙nj͖ ͚nj͕ ͙nj͖ 6-1 ͚nj͕ ͚nj͕ Í˜ÇŚÍ— 4-3 6-1 ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ— 7-0 ͚nj͕ 4-3 ͚nj͕ 7-0 ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ— ͙nj͖ ͙nj͖ 4-3 ͚nj͕ Í˜ÇŚÍ–

2000 - Dwayne Hultquist (14-10) New Mexico W ‡šƒ•Š”‹•–‹ƒÂ?  Georgia Southern W Central Florida W ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡  UNC-Ashville W Florida Atlantic W Southern Mississippi W Stetson W ƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•–  ‡šƒ•  Ž‡Â?•‘Â?  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Maryland W ‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒ  NC State W —Â?‡  ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒÂ?ƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Furman W Georgia Tech W Ž‘”‹†ƒĆŹ  ‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒČ‹ČŒ 

4-3 ͚nj͕ 4-3 4-3 ͛nj͔ 7-0 4-3 4-3 6-1 ͙nj͖ ͛nj͔ ͙nj͖ ͚nj͕ ͛nj͔ 7-0 Í˜ÇŚÍ— 4-3 ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ— ͚nj͕ 6-1 4-3 ͙nj͖ Í˜ÇŚÍ•

2001 - Dwayne Hultquist (10-14) ‡��–ƒ–‡  West Virginia W Georgia Southern W

Í˜ÇŚÍ— 6-1 6-1

Ž‘”‹†ƒ Žƒ„ƒÂ?ƒ ‡Â?Â?‡••‡‡‡…Š Furman Troy State ‹ƒÂ?‹ Virginia ƒÂ?†‡”„‹Ž– –ƒ–‡ ƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•– ‡šƒ• Maryland Clemson ”‘™Â? ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ —Â?‡

‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ Florida A&M

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2002 - Dwayne Hultquist (12-10) Tennessee Tech W ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡  Georgia Southern W ‡Â?–”ƒŽ Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Miami W ƒÂ?†‡”„‹Ž–  Furman W Stetson W Žƒ„ƒÂ?ƒ  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Penn State W ‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒ  Maryland W Clemson W ”‹œ‘Â?ƒ–ƒ–‡  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  NC State W ƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•–  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ 

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2003 - Dwayne Hultquist (15-11) Florida A&M W   Notre Dame W Michigan W Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‹…‡  Žƒ„ƒƒ    ‹ƒ‹ 

—”ƒ Georgia State Wake Forest NC State ƒ‹‡‰‘–ƒ–‡ ƒ‹‡‰‘ Ž‡•‘ ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ Maryland Virginia North Carolina —‡ Georgia Tech

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2004 - Dwayne Hultquist (10-13) Stetson W ƒ‹‡‰‘  Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ”‹…‡–‘     ‡šƒ•‡…Š  ‹…‡   

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͙Ǧ͖ 6-1 4-3 6-1 ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ 7-0 4-3 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͔

6-1 ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗

Michigan —”ƒ Maryland ‹”‰‹‹ƒ Miami NC State

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2005 - Dwayne Hultquist (21-8) Stetson W Hawaii W ”‡‰‘  ƒ…•‘˜‹ŽŽ‡ 

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2006 - Dwayne Hultquist (18-12) Ž‘”‹†ƒ–Žƒ–‹…  ‘—‹•‹ƒƒǦƒ›‡––‡  ‹ƒ‹  ‡•›Ž˜ƒ‹ƒ  ‡„”ƒ•ƒ  Furman W ‡’’‡”†‹‡  South Carolina W ƒ›Ž‘”  Žƒ„ƒƒ  Š‹‘–ƒ–‡  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  Rice W ‡šƒ•Ƭ  Georgia Tech W ‘–”‡ƒ‡  Clemson W Maryland W ‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡  ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ  Duke W ‹”‰‹‹ƒ‡…Š  ‹”‰‹‹ƒ  –ƒ–‡  Wake Forest W

͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ 7-0 ͘Ǧ͔ 4-1 ͘Ǧ͔ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ 7-0 ͘Ǧ͗ 4-3 6-1 ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ 4-3 ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ 7-0

‘•–‘‘ŽŽ‡‰‡ȋȌ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒȋȌ —‡ȋȌ —„—”ȋȌ ‹••‹••‹’’‹ȋȌ

    

͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖

2007 - Dwayne Hulquist (17-10) Florida A&M W North Florida W Ž‘”‹†ƒ–Žƒ–‹… 

‡‘”‰‹ƒ–ƒ–‡  —”ƒǤ  ‘”–‡ƒ‡  Š‹‘–ƒ–‡  Florida W ‹ƒ‹  Ž‡•‘ 

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2008 - Dwayne Hultquist (21-7) Floritda Atlantic W Mercer W –Ǥƒ”›ǯ•  Hawaii W South Alabama W ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹† 

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2009 - Dwayne Hultquist (21-9) Tennessee Tech W Ž‘”‹†ƒ–Žƒ–‹…  ‘—–Š Ž‘”‹†ƒ  ‡šƒ•  Notre Dame W Duke W ŽƒŠ‘ƒ–Ǥ  ‘—–ŠŽƒ„ƒƒ 

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͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͔ 4-2 ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖ 4-3 4-0 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͕ 4-3 7-0 4-3 4-3 ͙Ǧ͖ 6-1 ͙Ǧ͖ 4-3 ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͖ 6-1 7-0 ͛Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͖ 6-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͖ 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖

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‡‘”‰‹ƒ‡…Š Florida Pepperdine ƒ–‹ƒ‹ ƒ–‡šƒ• ƒ–‹…‡ ‘–”‡ƒ‡ Clemson ƒ–‹”‰‹‹ƒ‡…Š ƒ–‹”‰‹‹ƒ –ƒ–‡ ƒ‡ ‘”‡•– at Maryland ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹ƒ —‡ Ž‡•‘ȋȌ —‡ȋȌ ‘‹•‡–ƒ–‡ȋȌ

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Nine Straight NCAA Appearances

͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ 4-3 ͙Ǧ͖ ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ 7-0 ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ ͙Ǧ͖ 6-1 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͔ ͘Ǧ͗ 7-0 4-2 7-0 6-1 ͚Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͕ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ ͘Ǧ͗ 4-3 ͚Ǧ͕ ͚Ǧ͕ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͔ 6-1 ͘Ǧ͗ ͛Ǧ͔ 4-3 ͘Ǧ͗ ͙Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͖ ͘Ǧ͔

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MEN’S TENNIS PAUL HAARHUIS Paul Haarhuis, the “Dutchmanâ€? from Eindhoven, The Netherlands, came to FSU in 1986 after transferring from Armstrong State College in Savannah, Ga. He went on to become one of the best tennis players ever to come out of FSU and was inducted into the FSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993. With the Seminoles, his Ƥ”•–•‡ƒ•‘Â?™ƒ•ƒ–”—‡•—……‡••ĥŠ‡™‡Â?–͙͗nj͙ ‹Â?•‹Â?‰Ž‡•…‘Â?’‡–‹–‹‘Â?ƒÂ?†͖͙nj͙‹Â?†‘—„Ž‡•Ǥ

Â?…Ž—†‡†‹Â?Š‹•Ž‘Â?‰Ž‹•–‘ˆƒ……‘Žƒ†‡•™ƒ•–Š‡ Ć¤Â”Â•Â–ÇŚÂ‡Â˜Â‡Â”‡Â?ǯ• Â?–‡”…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ‡Â?nis Championships held in Panama City. At one point, Haarhuis had 24 consecutive wins. He was given this honor by way of winning the number one singles and doubles crowns, including an invitation to the NCAA ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•ˆ‘”†‘—„Ž‡•ǤÂ?…‡Š‹•…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ …ƒ”‡‡”™ƒ•ƤÂ?‹•Š‡† ƒƒ”Š—‹•Šƒ†ƒ͖͛njÍ?‘˜‡”ƒŽŽ singles record for his two years and consecutive Metro Conference MVP awards, including 1984 when he helped lead the Seminoles to their third team title in four years. As successful as Haarhuis was for ÇĄŠ‹•…ƒ”‡‡”ƪ‘—”‹•Š‡†‡˜‡Â?Â?‘”‡‘Â?…‡Š‡ turned professional in 1989. Through the 2003 season, Haarhuis had career earnings totaling over $7.7 million dollars. During his 14-year run ‘Â?–Š‡–‘—”ǥ ƒƒ”Š—‹•ƒÂ?ƒ••‡†͙͘†‘—„Ž‡• titles including six Grand Slam championships. He won the career Grand Slam with three ”‡Â?…Š’‡Â?–‹–Ž‡•ƒÂ?†‘Â?‡…ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•ƒ– ‹Â?„Ž‡†‘Â?ÇĄ–Š‡’‡Â?ƒÂ?†—•–”ƒŽ‹ƒÂ?’‡Â?Ǥ ‡™‘Â?Š‹•Ž‘Â?‡•‹Â?‰Ž‡•–‹–Ž‡‹Â?Í•Í?Í?Í™†—”‹Â?‰ƒÂ? ‡˜‡Â?–‹Â? ƒÂ?ƒ”–ƒǤ LEX WOOD

Â?Í•Í?ÍœÍ–ÇĄ‡š‘‘†„‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡Ƥ”•–’Žƒ›‡” from the Florida State tennis program to be inducted into the FSU Athletics Hall of Fame. He ™ƒ•Ƥ”•–ƒ’Žƒ›‡” for the Seminoles from 1961 through the 1963 season, then the program’s head …‘ƒ…Šˆ”‘Â?Í•Í?͚͙ through 1969.

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When Wood arrived from his native South Africa in 1962, head coach Eddie Cubbon knew he had a leader amongst his new crop of tennis players. For the following three seasons he would become a mainstay among the nation’s top 20 players, playing at No. 1 singles and doubles. 

Â?Í•Í?ÍšÍ˜ÇĄŠ‹••‹Â?‰Ž‡•Â?ƒ–…Š”‡…‘”†™ƒ• Í–Í–ÇŚÍ•ƒÂ?†Š‹•…ƒ”‡‡”Â?ƒ”Â?™ƒ•͙͕˜‹…–‘”‹‡•‹Â?͙͘ •‹Â?‰Ž‡•Â?ƒ–…Š‡•Ǥ˜‡”–Š‡…‘—”•‡‘ˆŠ‹• Ž‘”‹†ƒ State career, Wood defeated many great collegiate players including a former U.S. Davis Cup player, Marty Riessen. As head coach, his Seminoles went an impressive 89-33 during his tenure. His last two teams in 1968 and 1969 ™‡Â?–Í•Í?ÇŚÍ—ƒÂ?†Í–Í—ÇŚÍ™‹Â?†—ƒŽÂ?ƒ–…ŠÂ’ÂŽÂƒÂ›ÇĄ”‡•’‡…tively.  After six decades of service to FSU athletics, ‘Â?‘—…Â?•™ƒ• inducted into the Florida State Athletics Hall of ƒÂ?‡‹Â?Í•Í?͙͜Ǥ

Â?Í•Í?͚͗ǥ‘—…Â?• •–ƒ”–‡†‘ƥŠ‹• relationship with FSU as the coach of every sport at the Florida State College for Women. He was the “pioneerâ€? of many of the current athletic ’”‘‰”ƒÂ?•Ǥ Â?Í•Í?Í˜Í›ÇĄŠ‡™ƒ•–Š‡Ƥ”•–…‘ƒ…Šˆ‘” the men’s basketball team and a year later was Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡Ƥ”•––‡Â?Â?‹•…‘ƒ…ŠǤ ‹•Š‘‘’•–‡ƒÂ? •…‘”‡†–Š‡Ƥ”•–˜‹…–‘”›ˆ‘”–Š‡Â?Â‡Â™ÂŽÂ›ÇŚÂˆÂ‘Â”Â?‡† ƒ–ŠŽ‡–‹…•’”‘‰”ƒÂ?Ǥ ‹•–‡Â?Â?‹•–‡ƒÂ?™ƒ•–Š‡Ƥ”•– to have a winning season, going 9-4.  ‘—…Â?••‡”˜‡†ĥ‡ƒÂ?‘ˆ‡Â?ˆ”‘Â? Í•Í?͙͛–Š”‘—‰ŠÍ•Í?͚͛ƒÂ?††—”‹Â?‰–Š‹•–‹Â?‡ǥŠ‡ •‡”˜‡†ĥƒŽ‡ƒ†Ƥ‰—”‡‹Â?–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ƒ–ŠŽ‡–ics program, as well as in the department of education. He retired from the athletics department in 1980 as professor emeritus in physical education. His dedication did not go unnoticed as the varsity tennis courts were renamed in his honor. The Scott Speicher Tennis Center was built around his courts. Ǥ His accolades go far beyond the tennis courts, ›‡–”Ǥƒ›‡ŽŽƒÂ?›ǯ•–”‹—Â?’Š•ƒ––Š‡Â?‡–•–‹ŽŽ stand out as one of the best as he was inducted into the FSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1992. He served as his team’s captain in 1960 and 1961, and during those two years only lost a total of three matches.

After leaving FSU and joining –Š‡Â?‹–‡†–ƒ–‡•ÂƒÂ˜Â›ÇĄ‡ŽŽƒÂ?›™‡Â?–‘Â?–‘ become the All-Navy doubles champion and played on the All-Navy team in 1967 and 1968 ™Š‹Ž‡•‡”˜‹Â?‰ĥƒƪ‹‰Š–•—”‰‡‘Â?Ǥˆ–‡””‡–—”Â?‹Â?‰–‘ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–‘„‡‰‹Â?Š‹•Â’Â”ÂƒÂ…Â–Â‹Â…Â‡ÇĄ‡ŽŽƒÂ?› „‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡Â•Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇŻÂ•Í—Í™ÇŚÂƒÂ?Â†ÇŚÂ‘Â˜Â‡Â”•‹Â?‰Ž‡•ƒÂ?† doubles champion in the 1970’s.    ƒ”…‘Â„Â‹ÂŽÂŠÂ‘ÂƒÇĄ–Š‡Â?ƒ–‹˜‡‘ˆÂ”ÂƒÂœÂ‹ÂŽÇĄ™ƒ•‘Â?‡‘ˆ the great Florida State Seminole tennis players who made an impact on the collegiate scene. Prior to enrolling, he was ranked No. 3 in the ”ƒœ‹Ž‹ƒÂ? —Â?‹‘”•ǥ™Š‡Â?ˆ‘”Â?‡” Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡ Š‡ƒ†…‘ƒ…ŠƒÂ?†› ‘„•‘Â?†‹•…‘˜‡”‡†Š‹Â?Ǥ  Ć¤Â˜Â‡ÇŚÂ›Â‡ÂƒÂ”Â?‡Â?„‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ tennis program from 1980 through 1984, Abilhoa was at the top of the Metro Conference. He was the No. 1 singles and doubles champion in 1981 and 1982. Upon his return in 1984, Abilhoa went straight back to the place where Š‡Ž‡ˆ–‘ƥǥƒ––Š‡–‘’‘ˆ–Š‡‡–”‘‘Â?ˆ‡”‡Â?…‡Ǥ His dominating presence earned him a record three Metro MVP awards in 1981, 1982 and 1984.   ‘‡›Â‹Â˜Â‡ÇĄƒ‡•–ƒŽÂ?‡ƒ…ŠÂ?ÂƒÂ–Â‹Â˜Â‡ÇĄ’Žƒ›‡†ˆ‘” –Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•ˆ”‘Â?Í•Í?͕͜–Š”‘—‰ŠÍ•Í?͙͜Ǥ•‘Â?‡ of the top players ever to compete at Florida State, Rive led the team in wins in 1983, 1984 ƒÂ?†Í•Í?͙͜Ǥ—”ing his period at number one singles, he was nationally ranked among –Š‡‘’͖͙Ǥ His stellar performance for the Tribe resulted in three Metro Conference •‹Â?‰Ž‡•…ŠƒÂ?’‹‘Â?•Š‹’•‹Â?Í•Í?ÍœÍ—ÇĄÍ•Í?͘͜ƒÂ?†Í•Í?͙͜ and two doubles championships in 1983 and Í•Í?ÍœÍ™ÇĄ‹Â?…Ž—†‹Â?‰–Š‡…‘Â?ˆ‡”‡Â?…‡ǯ•–‘’…”‘™Â?ÇĄ–Š‡ ‹Â?Í•Í?͙͜Ǥ ‹•‡–”‘•—……‡••Ž‡†–‘Š‹•‹Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?–‘–Š‡Í•Í?͙͜–‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–ƒÂ?†–‘–Š‡ Í•Í?͛͜‡Â?Â?‹•ƒ‰ƒœ‹Â?‡’‘”–•Â?ƒÂ?‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ” award. Following his FSU career, Rive played the ATP tour where he reached as high as No. ͙͛‹Â?–Š‡™‘”Ž†‹Â?Í•Í?͜͜Ǥ ‡”‡–—”Â?‡†„ƒ…Â?–‘ƒŽlahassee where he served as an assistant from 1993 to 1994. He is currently running his own collegiate tennis consulting company.

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MEN’S TENNIS   ˆ–‡”‡ƒ”Â?‹Â?‰ ÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ?‡”‹…ƒÂ?Š‘Â?‘”•ƒ– —Â?tington College in Montgomery, Ala., Stephen Noteboom, the second “Dutchmanâ€? to thrive at Florida State for the Seminoles for the 1990 through 1992 seasons. Almost immediately making his presence known, Noteboom grabbed the Metro Conference’s coveted MVP award for winning the title at No. 1 singles and doubles. That same year, he earned an invitation to the 1991 NCAA Championships for singles. During his pro career, Noteboom captured a pair of doubles titles. He Œ‘‹Â?‡†—’™‹–Š ‡”Â?‘Â?‹„‹‡”–‘™‹Â?–Š‡”†‹Â?ƒ ’‡Â?Ǥ™‘›‡ƒ”•Žƒ–‡”Š‡–‡ƒÂ?—’™‹–ŠƒÂ? ƒŽ‡–‘™‹Â?–Š‡’‡Â?Ǥ  ĆŹ  ”‹ƒÂ?–ƒÂ?–‘Â?‘ˆ‘”ƒŽ’”‹Â?‰•ƒÂ?†‡Â?Â…‡Â?œ‹‡‘ˆƒŽŽƒŠƒ••‡‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†—’–Š‡‹”’Žƒ›‹Â?‰ …ƒ”‡‡”•™‹–Š–Š‡”‹„‡‹Â?Í•Í?Í?͙Ǥ•ƒ†‘—„Ž‡• –‡ƒÂ?ÇĄ–Š‡†—‘‡Â?†‡†–Š‡‹”ƤÂ?ƒŽ…ƒÂ?’ƒ‹‰Â? ‡ƒ”Â?‹Â?‰…‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡–‡Â?Â?‹•ǯ–‘’Š‘Â?‘”ǥƒÂ? ÂŽÂŽÇŚ America award. Š‡†‘—„Ž‡•’ƒ‹””‡…‡‹˜‡†–Š‡Í•Í?Í?Í™ accolade after a superb run in the NCAA Championships. What may be the most impressive feat for them was being ranked among the nation’s top 10 doubles tandems throughout the season. During his stay at FSU, Stanton won „ƒ…Â?–‘„ƒ…Â? —Â?‹‘”ƒ˜‹•—’•‹Â?‰Ž‡•–‹–Ž‡•‹Â? Í•Í?Í?Í—ƒÂ?†Í•Í?Í?Í˜ÇĄ™‘Â?–Š‡Í•Í?Í?Í— —Â?‹‘”ƒ˜‹•—’ in doubles, and was named to the All-ACC team his sophomore and junior seasons. McKenzie left behind a void in †‘—„Ž‡•–Šƒ–™ƒ•ƒ‰”‡ƒ–…ŠƒŽŽ‡Â?‰‡–‘ƤŽŽǤ ‡ and Stanton guided No. 1 doubles to an impressive No. 3 national ranking, the highest ranking the program has ever received. He also was also impressive on the singles side earning ACC Flight Championships at No. 2 singles in 1994 ƒÂ?†‘ǤÍ—•‹Â?‰Ž‡•‹Â?Í•Í?Í?͙Ǥ    Â?–‘Â?‹‘”‹‡–‘ǥƒÂ?ƒ–‹˜‡‘ˆÂ—Â”Â‹Â–Â‹Â„ÂƒÇĄÂ”ÂƒÂœÂ‹ÂŽÇĄ™ƒ• an outstanding player during his time here ƒ– Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡Ǥ ‹•„‡•–›‡ƒ”…ƒÂ?‡‹Â?Í•Í?Í?Í™ when he was an All-ACC performer, ACC Flight Champion in No. 2 doubles, and received an

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‹Â?˜‹–ƒ–‹‘Â?–‘–Š‡‘—”Â?ƒÂ?‡Â?–Ǥ Â?Í•Í?Í?͚ǥ Š‹•ƤÂ?ƒŽ•‡ƒ•‘Â?ÇĄŠ‡™‘Â?–Š‡ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ‘ŽŽ‡‰‹ƒ–‡ Tennis Classic. He turned pro in 1997 and has had a successful doubles career, including an ƒ’’‡ƒ”ƒÂ?…‡‹Â?–Š‡͖͔͔͕—•–”ƒŽ‹ƒÂ?’‡Â?Ǥ ‡ was consistently ranked in doubles throughout his career and posted a career best mark of Í?͙–Š‹Â?–Š‡™‘”Ž††—”‹Â?‰–Š‡͖͔͔͔•‡ƒ•‘Â?Ǥ   ƒ•‘Â?Š‹–‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†Š‹•ÂˆÂ‘Â—Â”ÇŚÂ›Â‡ÂƒÂ””—Â?™‹–Š–Š‡ ‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•‹Â?Í•Í?Í?͙ǥŠ‹•„‡•–•‡ƒ•‘Â?ĥƒ’Žƒ›‡” by far. As the top singles and doubles player, White was given a lot of responsibility as FSU’s captain. Even though he won the ACC Championship at No. 4 singles in 1994 and a pair of championships at No. 2 doubles in 1994 and Í•Í?Í?͙ǥŠ‹–‡™ƒ••–‹ŽŽ‘Â?–‘’‘ˆ–‡Â?Â?‹•‹Â? 1996. Nationally ranked for most of the year, –Š‡•‡Â?‹‘”ˆ”‘Â?‘Â?‰™‘‘†”‡…‡‹˜‡†ƒ„‹†–‘ the 1996 NCAA Tournament after being edged out for the championships at No. 1 singles.  ƒ–Ž‘‡”ǥƒÂ?ƒ–‹˜‡‘ˆÂ”Â‡Â˜ÂƒÂ”Â†ÇĄǤǤǥ„‡…ƒÂ?‡ one of the greatest players in not only FSU history, but also conference history during his ‘—–•–ƒÂ?†‹Â?‰•‡Â?‹‘”•‡ƒ•‘Â?‹Â?Í–Í”Í”Í˜ÇŚÍ”Í™Ç¤—”‹Â?‰ –Šƒ–Â›Â‡ÂƒÂ”ÇĄ–Š‡–™‘nj–‹Â?‡Žƒ›‡”‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ” „‡…ƒÂ?‡–Š‡Ƥ”•–’Žƒ›‡”‹Â?•…Š‘‘ŽŠ‹•–‘”›–‘ earn All-American honors in singles. He also ”‡…‡‹˜‡†–Š‡Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ Č€”–Š—”•Š‡‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ƒÂ?†’‘”–•Â?ƒÂ?•Š‹’Â™ÂƒÂ”Â†ÇĄ–Š‡Ƥ”•– national award for any FSU men’s tennis player. ‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†Š‹• …ƒÂ?’ƒ‹‰Â?™‹–Š͙͜•‹Â?‰Ž‡• victories and 69 doubles wins. Cloer had an impact with the Seminoles as an assistant head coach for Florida State.   Maciek Sykut entered his senior season with an outside chance of becoming the winningest player in Florida State tennis history. To break the record Sykut need career seasons in both singles and doubles. He delivered both, winning a career high 26 singles matches and 23 doubles matches (with partner ”‡™ÂƒÂ‹ÂŽÂ‡Â›ČŒ to become the ‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ǯ•‘˜‡”ƒŽŽ™‹Â?•Ž‡ƒ†‡”Ǥ Â?Š‹••‡…‘Â?†nj to-last collegiate match Sykut also earned the

honor of becoming the all-time singles victory ÂŽÂ‡ÂƒÂ†Â‡Â”ÇĄ•—”’ƒ••‹Â?‰ ƒ•‘Â?Š‹–‡Ǥ ‹•–‡””‹Ƥ… •‡Â?‹‘”•‡ƒ•‘Â?‡ƒ”Â?‡†DzÂƒÂ‰Â‹Â…ÇłŠ‹•Ƥ”•–…ƒ”‡‡” conference honors as he was named to the All–‡ƒÂ?Ǥ Â?Â–Â‘Â–ÂƒÂŽÇĄ›Â?—–ƒÂ?ƒ••‡†Í?Í—•‹Â?‰Ž‡• ™‹Â?•ǥ͖͜†‘—„Ž‡•˜‹…–‘”‹‡•ȋ•‡…‘Â?†ÂƒÂŽÂŽÇŚÂ–‹Â?Â‡ČŒƒÂ?† ͕͙͛…‘Â?„‹Â?‡†™‹Â?•Ǥ ÇŚ ‡ƒÂ?ÇŚ˜‡•—„‘Â?‡•–‡’’‡†‘Â?–‘ Ž‘”‹†ƒÂ–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇŻÂ• campus for the 2006-2007 school year and has since left a legacy that will be forever etched in Seminole lore. The Miami native is Florida Â–ÂƒÂ–Â‡ÇŻÂ•Ƥ”•– two-time singles All-American and 2009’s ACC Player of the ‡ƒ”Ǥ—„‘Â?‡ is a two-time All-ACC team member, twotime All-ACC Academic Team member and two-time honoree ‘ˆ–Š‡…ƒ†‡Â?‹… ‘Â?‘”‘ŽŽǤ Â?‡’–‡Â?„‡” of 2009, Aubone was ranked at No. 8 in singles, –Š‡Š‹‰Š‡•–‹Â? ÂŽÂ‘Â”Â‹ÎśÂ†Âƒ–ƒ–‡Š‹•–‘”›Ǥ Â?Í–Í”Í”ÍœÇĄ —„‘Â?‡ƒÂ?†Ž‹Â?–‘™Ž‡•–‡ƒÂ?‡†—’–‘”‡…‘”† the most doubles victories in a single season ™‹–ŠÍ–Íœ™‹Â?•Ǥ ‡ƤÂ?‹•Š‡†Š‹•…ƒ”‡‡”Â?ƒÂ?‡†–Š‡ ‡Â?ǯ•‡Â?Â?‹•…Š‘Žƒ”–ŠŽ‡–‡‘ˆ–Š‡‡ƒ”Ǥ    Vahid Mirzadeh spent three years as member of the tennis team and the last two as the …ƒ’–ƒ‹Â?‘ˆ–Š‡–‡ƒÂ?Ǥ‹”œƒ†‡Š…ƒ’’‡†‘ƥŠ‹• career as an All-American in doubles alongside Connor Smith.

Â?͖͔͕͕ǥŠ‡™ƒ• also the second Seminole to receive the Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ Č€ Arthur Ashe ‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ƒÂ?† Sportsmanship Award. Mirzadeh started his junior season ranked at No. Í•Í•Í™‹Â?–Š‡Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒÂ?†™‘”Â?‡†Š‹•™ƒ›–‘ƒ…ƒ”‡‡” „‡•–‘ˆ‘ǤÍ–Í•–Š‹••‡ƒ•‘Â?Ǥ Â?†‘—„Ž‡•Â’ÂŽÂƒÂ›ÇĄŠ‡ and Smith teamed up to play stellar tennis as they boast a 39-19 record together his past two seasons. He was named to the ACC Honor Roll and Academic All-ACC Team all three seasons.

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‘ƒ…Š ‘‘—…• ‘‘—…• ‘‘—…• ƒŽ’Šƒ–Š‡”Ž› ‘‘—…• ‘‘—…• ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”† ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”† ‡‹–Š –…Šˆ‘”† ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”† ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”† ‘Š‘™Ž‡•• ‘Š‘™Ž‡•• —„„ƒ… ‘™ƒ ††‹‡—„„‘ ††‹‡—„„‘ ƒ—Ž…ƒ”’ƒ ‡š‘‘† ‡š‘‘† ‡š‘‘† ‡š‘‘† ‡š‘‘† ‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘ ‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘ …‘––”‹•–‘Ž ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ‡‹•‘ ‡‹•‘ —ƒ”–‹œ —ƒ”–‹œ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– ™ƒ›‡ —Ž–“—‹•– Dwayne Hultquist Dwayne Hultquist

••–Ǥ‘ƒ…Š ǦǦ  ͝Ǧ͘  ͕͕Ǧ͖  ͝Ǧ͛  ͛Ǧ͜  ͝Ǧ͙  ͕͙Ǧ͖  ͕͗Ǧ͙  ͕͔Ǧ͚  ͜Ǧ͛  ͙Ǧ͕͕  ͝Ǧ͛  ͕͘Ǧ͚  ͕͕Ǧ͜Ǧ͕  ͕͚Ǧ͙  ͕͕Ǧ͜  ͕͜Ǧ͙  ͕͖Ǧ͕͔  ͕͕Ǧ͛  ͕͗Ǧ͕͔  ͕͚Ǧ͛  ͖͕Ǧ͗  ͖͖Ǧ͙Ǧ͕  ͖͕Ǧ͕͖  ͕͜Ǧ͗  ͕͜Ǧ͘  ͕͕Ǧ͘  ͕͔Ǧ͜  ͕͘Ǧ͚  ͘Ǧ͕͝  ͙Ǧ͕͙Ǧ͕  ͕͛Ǧ͙  ͕͛Ǧ͜  ͕͖Ǧ͛  ͕͖Ǧ͕͘  ͖͗Ǧ͕͔  ͕͝Ǧ͕͗  ͔͗Ǧ͜  ͖͙Ǧ͘  ͕͔Ǧ͕͗ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͗Ǧ͕͔ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͘Ǧ͕͔ Šƒ‘”‹‡‰‡” ͕͜Ǧ͕͖ ƒ•‡›”‡‡Ž› ͕͝Ǧ͜ ‡–‡”ƒŽŽ‡” ͕͚Ǧ͛ ‡–‡”ƒŽŽ‡” ͕͘Ǧ͝ ‘‡›‹˜‡ ͕͛Ǧ͜ ‘‡›‹˜‡ ͕͙Ǧ͝ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͜Ǧ͝ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͙Ǧ͕͗ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͚Ǧ͕͖ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͛Ǧ͜ ‘Š‹•‘ ͕͗Ǧ͕͔ ‘Š‘††‹… ͕͘Ǧ͕͔ ›”ƒ•™‡ŽŽ ͕͔Ǧ͕͘ ›”ƒ•™‡ŽŽ ͕͖Ǧ͕͔ ›”ƒ•™‡ŽŽ ͕͙Ǧ͕͕ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽ ͕͔Ǧ͕͗ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽ ͖͕Ǧ͜ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽ ͕͜Ǧ͕͖ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽ ͕͛Ǧ͕͔ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽ ͖͕Ǧ͛ ‹…”‘™‡ŽŽȀƒ–Ž‘‡” ͖͕Ǧ͝ Nick Crowell/Mat Cloer 15-9 Nick Crowell/Mat Cloer 9-15

…–Ǥ Ǥ͚͖͝ Ǥ͚͘͜ Ǥ͙͚͖ Ǥ͚͛͘ Ǥ͚͗͘ Ǥ͖͜͜ Ǥ͖͖͛ Ǥ͚͖͙ Ǥ͙͗͗ Ǥ͕͗͗ Ǥ͙͚͗ Ǥ͔͔͛ Ǥ͙͙͔ Ǥ͚͖͛ Ǥ͙͛͝ Ǥ͛͗͜ Ǥ͙͚͘ Ǥ͚͕͕ Ǥ͙͚͙ Ǥ͚͚͝ Ǥ͙͛͜ Ǥ͚͛͜ Ǥ͚͚͗ Ǥ͙͛͜ Ǥ͕͜͜ Ǥ͛͗͗ Ǥ͙͙͙ Ǥ͔͔͛ Ǥ͕͛͘ Ǥ͖͗͜ Ǥ͛͛͗ Ǥ͚͔͜ Ǥ͚͖͗ Ǥ͚͖͘ Ǥ͚͛͝ Ǥ͙͘͝ Ǥ͔͛͝ Ǥ͚͖͜ Ǥ͙͗͘ Ǥ͙͚͙ Ǥ͙͗͜ Ǥ͚͔͔ Ǥ͔͕͛ Ǥ͚͚͝ Ǥ͚͕͔ Ǥ͚͔͜ Ǥ͚͖͙ Ǥ͚͖͝ Ǥ͙͚͗ Ǥ͙͕͛ Ǥ͚͔͜ Ǥ͙͚͙ Ǥ͙͗͜ Ǥ͕͚͘ Ǥ͙͙͘ Ǥ͙͚͛ Ǥ͙͗͘ Ǥ͖͛͘ Ǥ͚͔͔ Ǥ͚͔͗ Ǥ͙͔͛ Ǥ͔͔͛ .625 .375

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‘•–Ǧ‡ƒ•‘ȋ‡‡†Ȍ Ǧ  Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ BY THE NUMBERS Ǧ ͙͙‹‹‰‡ƒ•‘• Ǧ Ǧ ͕͙‘—”ƒ‡–’’‡ƒ”ƒ…‡• Ǧ 7 Conference Championships Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ ƒ•–‡” –‡”…‘ŽŽǤȋ͕•–Ȍ Ǧ  Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Final Rank Ǧ ͓͖͝ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ ͓͖͗ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ ͓͕͙ Š’•ȋ͕͚–ŠȌ ͓͗͗ Ǧ ͓͕͝ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ ͓͖͙ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ ͓͕͚ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ Ǧ  ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ȋ͖†Ȍ ͓͙͗ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ȋ͖†Ȍ ͓͖͘ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ȋ͗”†Ȍ ͓͗͛ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ȋ͛–ŠȌ ͓͗͘ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ•ȋ͚– Ȍ ͓͛͘ Ǧ ͓͙͚ Ǧ ͓͚͘ Ǧ ͓͙͝ Ǧ ͓͙͙ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ• ͓͖͗ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ• ͓͛͘ —ƒ”–‡”ƤƒŽ• ͓͕͗ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ• ͓͕͝ ‡‰‹‘ƒŽ• ͓͕͜ ‘—†‘ˆ͕͚ ͓͕͗ ‘—†‘ˆ͕͚ ͓͕͗ NCAA Second Round #29 NCAA First Round #47

Note: Up until 1977, the NCAA champion was decided by the total of the individual scoring of all the players on each team. One point was awarded for each match won, including singles and doubles. A single-elimination tournament featuring 16 teams began in 1977 and has since expanded to 64 teams.

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MEN’S TENNIS CHRONOLOGICAL Coach (Years) ‘‘—…•ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͙͔Ǣ͕͙͖͝Ǧ͙͗Ȍ ƒŽ’Šƒ–Š‡”Ž›ȋ͕͙͕͝Ȍ ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”†ȋ͕͙͘͝Ǧ͙͜Ȍ ‘Š‘™Ž‡••ȋ͕͙͝͝Ǧ͚͔Ȍ —„„ƒ… ‘™ƒȋ͕͚͕͝Ȍ ††‹‡—„„‘ȋ͕͚͖͝Ǧ͚͗Ȍ ƒ—Ž…ƒ”’ƒȋ͕͚͘͝Ȍ ‡š‘‘†ȋ͕͚͙͝Ǧ͚͝Ȍ ‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘ȋ͕͔͛͝Ǧ͕͛Ȍ …‘––”‹•–‘Žȋ͕͖͛͝Ȍ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ȋ͕͛͗͝Ǧ͙͛Ǣ͕͔͜͝Ǧ͘͜Ȍ ‡‹•‘ȋ͕͚͛͝Ǧ͛͛Ȍ —ƒ”–‹œȋ͕͛͜͝Ǧ͛͝Ȍ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͔͝Ȍ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ȋ͕͕͝͝Ǧ͝͝Ȍ Dwayne Hultquist (2000-present)

W-L-T ͙͗Ǧ͖͔ ͛Ǧ͜ ͙͘Ǧ͚͗ ͖͙Ǧ͕͘Ǧ͕ ͕͚Ǧ͙ ͖͝Ǧ͕͗ ͕͖Ǧ͕͔ ͗͜Ǧ͖͗Ǧ͕ ͗͝Ǧ͕͙ ͕͜Ǧ͘ ͕͔͕Ǧ͚͖ ͝Ǧ͗͘Ǧ͕ ͗͘Ǧ͕͗ ͕͖͝Ǧ͚͙ ͕͕͘Ǧ͙͜ 183-129

.Pct Ǥ͖͚͛ Ǥ͚͛͘ Ǥ͙͙͚ Ǥ͚͗͜ Ǥ͚͖͛ Ǥ͚͔͝ Ǥ͙͚͘ Ǥ͖͔͛ Ǥ͖͖͛ Ǥ͕͜͜ Ǥ͚͕͝ Ǥ͖͕͚ Ǥ͖͛͗ Ǥ͚͚͙ Ǥ͚͖͘ .586

W-L-T 183-129 ͕͕͘Ǧ͙͜ ͕͖͝Ǧ͚͙ ͕͔͕Ǧ͚͖ ͗͜Ǧ͖͗Ǧ͕ ͙͗Ǧ͖͔ ͙͘Ǧ͚͗ ͗͝Ǧ͕͙ ͗͘Ǧ͕͗ ͖͝Ǧ͕͗ ͖͙Ǧ͕͘Ǧ͕ ͕͜Ǧ͘ ͕͚Ǧ͙ ͕͖Ǧ͕͔ ͝Ǧ͗͘Ǧ͕ ͛Ǧ͜

.Pct .586 Ǥ͚͖͘ Ǥ͚͚͙ Ǥ͚͕͝ Ǥ͖͔͛ Ǥ͖͚͛ Ǥ͙͙͚ Ǥ͖͖͛ Ǥ͖͛͗ Ǥ͚͔͝ Ǥ͚͗͜ Ǥ͕͜͜ Ǥ͚͖͛ Ǥ͙͚͘ Ǥ͖͕͚ Ǥ͚͛͘

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Ralph Matherly

Keith Pitchford

—„„ƒ… ‘™ƒ

Eddie Cubbon

Paul Scarpa

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‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘

…‘––”‹•–‘Ž

ƒ†› ‘„•‘

Ken Vinson

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Richard McKee

ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘

Dwayne Hulquist

BY WINS Coach (Years) Dwayne Hultquist (2000-present) ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ȋ͕͕͝͝Ǧ͝͝Ȍ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͔͝Ȍ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ȋ͕͛͗͝Ǧ͙͛Ǣ͕͔͜͝Ǧ͘͜Ȍ ‡š‘‘†ȋ͕͚͙͝Ǧ͚͝Ȍ ‘‘—…•ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͙͔Ǣ͕͙͖͝Ǧ͙͗Ȍ ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”†ȋ͕͙͘͝Ǧ͙͜Ȍ ‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘ȋ͕͔͛͝Ǧ͕͛Ȍ —ƒ”–‹œȋ͕͛͜͝Ǧ͛͝Ȍ ††‹‡—„„‘ȋ͕͚͖͝Ǧ͚͗Ȍ ‘Š‘™Ž‡••ȋ͕͙͝͝Ǧ͚͔Ȍ …‘––”‹•–‘Žȋ͕͖͛͝Ȍ —„„ƒ… ‘™ƒȋ͕͚͕͝Ȍ ƒ—Ž…ƒ”’ƒȋ͕͚͘͝Ȍ ‡‹•‘ȋ͕͚͛͝Ǧ͛͛Ȍ ƒŽ’Šƒ–Š‡”Ž›ȋ͕͙͕͝Ȍ

BY PERCENTAGE Coach (Years) …‘––”‹•–‘Žȋ͕͖͛͝Ȍ —„„ƒ… ‘™ƒȋ͕͚͕͝Ȍ ‘‘—…•ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͙͔Ǣ͕͙͖͝Ǧ͙͗Ȍ —ƒ”–‹œȋ͕͛͜͝Ǧ͛͝Ȍ ‡–‡ƒ”‹œ‘ȋ͕͔͛͝Ǧ͕͛Ȍ ‡š‘‘†ȋ͕͚͙͝Ǧ͚͝Ȍ ††‹‡—„„‘ȋ͕͚͖͝Ǧ͚͗Ȍ ‹…Šƒ”†…‡‡ȋ͕͘͜͝Ǧ͔͝Ȍ ‘Š‘™Ž‡••ȋ͕͙͝͝Ǧ͚͔Ȍ ƒ˜‹†ƒ””‘ȋ͕͕͝͝Ǧ͝͝Ȍ ƒ†› ‘„•‘ȋ͕͛͗͝Ǧ͙͛Ǣ͕͔͜͝Ǧ͘͜Ȍ Dwayne Hultquist (2000-present) ‡‹–Š‹–…Šˆ‘”†ȋ͕͙͘͝Ǧ͙͜Ȍ ƒ—Ž…ƒ”’ƒȋ͕͚͘͝Ȍ ƒŽ’Šƒ–Š‡”Ž›ȋ͕͙͕͝Ȍ ‡‹•‘ȋ͕͚͛͝Ǧ͛͛Ȍ

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W-L-T ͕͜Ǧ͘ ͕͚Ǧ͙ ͙͗Ǧ͖͔ ͗͘Ǧ͕͗ ͗͝Ǧ͕͙ ͗͜Ǧ͖͗Ǧ͕ ͖͝Ǧ͕͗ ͕͖͝Ǧ͚͙ ͖͙Ǧ͕͘Ǧ͕ ͕͕͘Ǧ͙͜ ͕͔͕Ǧ͚͖ 183-129 ͙͘Ǧ͚͗ ͕͖Ǧ͕͔ ͛Ǧ͜ ͝Ǧ͗͘Ǧ͕

.Pct Ǥ͕͜͜ Ǥ͚͖͛ Ǥ͖͚͛ Ǥ͖͛͗ Ǥ͖͖͛ Ǥ͖͔͛ Ǥ͚͔͝ Ǥ͚͚͙ Ǥ͚͗͜ Ǥ͚͖͘ Ǥ͚͕͝ .586 Ǥ͙͙͚ Ǥ͙͚͘ Ǥ͚͛͘ Ǥ͖͕͚

Nine Straight NCAA Appearances

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MENโ€™S TENNIS A

Marco Abilhoa, 1979-84 ย–ยƒย‹ย„ย‘ย—ย‰ยœย‹ย”วกอ–อ”อ”อ˜วฆอ”อ› Kenny Alcorn, 1963 Greg Anderson, 1988-89 Enrique Andrade, 1974-76 ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกอ–อ”อ”อ›วฆอ•อ”

B

ยŠย‘ยยƒย•ยƒย„ย‹ย‘ยย‡วกอ•ออ™อ”วฆอ™อ– ยย†ย”ย‡ย™ยƒย‹ยŽย‡ย›วกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ”อ ยƒยŽย‡ยƒยย‡ย”วกอ•ออšอวฆอ›อ” ย‹ยย‡ยƒยŽย†ย™ย‹ยวกอ•ออšอ— ย†ยƒยยƒย”ย‘ยวกอ•อออ—วฆออš ย‹ยย‡ยƒย”ย–ย‘ยวกอ•ออšอš ย‘ย‡ยƒย•ย•ย‡ย–ย–วกอ–อ”อ”อ”วฆอ”อ˜ ย‹ย…ยยƒย•ย•ย‹ยย‰ย‡ย”วกอ•ออ›อ”วฆอ›อ— ย‘ยยƒย–ย…ยŠย‡ยŽย‘ย”วกอ•ออ™อ™ ย–ย‡ย’ยŠยƒยย‡ย…ย‘ย—ยƒย”ยวกอ•อออš ยŽยŽยƒยย‡ยŽยŽยƒยย›วกอ•ออ›อšวฆอ›อ ย‡ย„ย‡ยŽย‡ยŽยŽยƒยย›วกอ•ออ™อวฆอšอ• ยƒย—ยŽย‡ยยย‡ย–ย–วกอ•ออšอ—วฆอšอ™ ยŠย‡ย–ย‡ยย•ย‘ยวกอ•ออ›อš ย†ยย”ย‹ย•ย‡ย”ย‰ย˜ยƒยŽย†ย•วกอ•ออ›อœวฆอ›อ ย‹ย…ยƒย”ย†ย‘ย‡ย”ยย†วกอ•ออ›อ–วฆอ›อ˜ ย‡ฦกย‹ยย‰ย‘วกอ•ออœอ› ย‘ยยƒยŽย†ยŽยƒย‹ย”วกอ•อออ• ย…ย‘ย–ย–ยŽย‡ย•ย•ย‹ยย‰วกอ•ออœอ–วฆอœอ˜ ยƒยย‘ย†ยƒวกอ•ออ™อ”วฆอ™อ— ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกอ•ออ›วฆอ›อ— ย‘ยƒย‘ยƒย‘ยŽย‘ย‘ย—ยยƒย•ย•ยƒย”วกอ–อ”อ”อ˜ ยย–ยŠย‘ยย›ย‘ย—ยŽยŽย‡วกอ•ออœอ”วฆอœอ– ยŽย‹ยย–ย‘ย™ยŽย‡ย•วกอ–อ”อ”อœวฆอ–อ”อ•อ• ย›ยƒยย‘ย›ยƒยŒย‹ยƒยวกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ”อœ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย”ยƒย†ยŽย‡ย›วกอ•ออ™อ” ยƒย˜ย‹ย†วฒย›วณย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวกอ•อออšวฆออ ยŠย‡ยŽย„ย›ย”ย‡ย™ย‡ย”วกอ•ออ™อ™ ย…ย‘ย–ย–ย”ย‹ย•ย–ย‘ยŽวกอ•ออšอœวฆอ›อ” ย–ย‡ย™ยƒย”ย†ย”ย—ยย‡ย”วกอ•ออšอ˜วฆอšอš Andres Bucaro, 2010-2011

ย—ย•ย–ยƒย˜ย—ย…ยŠย–วกอ–อ”อ”อ• ยƒย”ยย—ย”ย…ยŠย‡ย–ย–วกอ•ออ›อ ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย—ย”ย‰ย‡ย•ย•วกอ•ออœอ”วฆอœอ– ย–ย‡ย˜ย‡ย—ย”ย–ย–วกอ•ออšอ—

C

Dave Calvert, 1974-76 Randy Cameron, 1963 Andre Cantin, 1974-76 ย‘ย‡ยƒย”ยยŽย‡ย›วกอ•อออšวฆออ› Gerald Casas, 1998-99 Don Caton, 1963 Henri Cawthon, 1973 ยƒยยŠยƒยย‰วกอ–อ”อ”อ™วฆอ”อœ Don Chao, 1966-67 Chris Cloer, 2006-09 ยƒย–ยŽย‘ย‡ย”วกอ–อ”อ”อ–วฆอ”อ™ Todd Collins, 1987-88 Robert Cooney, 1988-89 Gerald Casas, 1998 ย‹ยย‘ย•ย–ย‡ยŽยŽย‘วกอ•ออ˜อœวฆอ™อ” ยŠย‡ยŽย„ย›ย”ย‡ยƒย‰ยŠวกอ•ออ™อ”วฆอ™อ™ Casey Creely, 1988-89 Ken Crosina, 1984 ย‹ยย”ย‘ย™ย–ยŠย‡ย”วกอ•ออ™อ— ย‘ยย—ยย†ย›วกอ•ออ™อ—วฆอ™อ™ ย‘ยย—ย”ย†ย›วกอ•ออ™อ›

D

David Danielson, 1967-69 Blake Davis, 2011

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ย‹ยย‡ย‘ยƒย…ยŠวกอ•ออ˜อœ ย‘ย„ย„ย›ย‡ย›ย‡วกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ”อœ ย‘ยŠยย‡ย‡ย‡ย—ย™วกอ•ออšอšวฆอ›อ• Steve Diamond, 1972-74 Reggie Dickey, 1963 ยƒย™ย”ย‡ยย…ย‡ย‹ย…ยย•ย‘ยวกอ•ออ˜อวฆอ™อ• Charlie Diggans, 1972-74 Martin Dundics, 1966-68 Chris Durham, 1988-91 ย‘ยŠยย™ย‹ย‰ยŠย–วกอ•ออ›อ›วฆอœอ”

E

ย‡ยƒยยŠย”ยŽย‹ย…ยŠวกอ•อออ•วฆออ™ ยƒย…ยย‰ยƒยวกอ•ออ™อ— Keith Embree, 2009-10 Hagen Endler, 2003 Scott Espenship, 1987 Mike Etchevarria, 1977

F

Myrin Falinski, 1982-84 Hamid Faqui, 1969-70 Dick Fischer, 1963 Patrick Filipsson, 1993

G

ย‹ย ยƒย”ย†ยย‡ย”วกอ•ออšอ™วฆอšอ› Rejean Genois, 1972-74 Sterling Gibson, 1974 Scott Gilmore, 1976-79 Robert Golin, 1979-80 ยŽย‡ยš ย‘ยŽย—ย„วกอ•อออ™วฆออœ ยƒย•ย‘ย ย”ย‡ย‡ยวกอ•อออ˜ Kevin Green, 1980-81 ย‡ฦก ย”ย‘ย•ยŽย‹ยย‘ยย†วกอ–อ”อ”อ—วฆอ”อ™ ย–ย‡ย˜ย‡ ย—ย•ย‡วกอ•ออšอ™วฆอšอš Greg Gusky, 1989-91

H

Paul Haarhuis, 1987-88 Chris Hagman, 1978-79 ย‘ย‡ ยƒย”ย”ย‹ย•วกอ•ออ™อ™ ย‡ย”ย„ ยƒย–ย…ย‘ยšวกอ•ออ™อ™ ยƒย…ย ย‡ย‹ย•ย•วกอ•ออœอ”วฆอœอ• Alex Herrera, 2001-03 ย‡ยš ย‡ย•ย–ย‡ย”อ•ออ™อ›วฆอ™อ ยƒยย†ย› ย‘ย…ยวกอ•ออœอ—วฆอœอ™ ยƒย‘ย•ย ย‘ย‘ย†วกอ–อ”อ”อ˜วฆอ”อœ ย‡ฦก ย‘ย”ย‹ยย‡วกอ•ออœอ—วฆอœอ˜ ย‡ย”ยยƒย”ย† ย‘ย—ยŽย‡วกอ•ออ›อ–

I

ย‹ย…ยƒยŠย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกอ•อออ›วฆอ–อ”อ”อ”

J

ย‹ย…ย ยƒย…ย‘ย„วกอ•อออ–วฆออ— ยƒย…ย ย‡ยย‹ย•ย‘ยวกอ•ออšอ— ยƒยย†ย› ย‘ย„ย•ย‘ยวกอ•ออšอšวฆอšอœ

ย‘ย”ย†ย‘ย ย‘ยย‡ย•วกอ•ออ›อ˜วฆอ›อš ย‘ยยƒย‹ย ย—ย”ย†วกอ–อ”อ”อ•วฆอ”อ—

K

Neal Karadbil, 1972-73

Jordan Kelly-Houston, 2010-2011

ยƒย˜ย‡ย‡ยยย‡ย†ย›วกอ•ออ™อ— Shawn Kerns, 1982-83

ย—ยŠยƒยยย‡ย† ยƒย„ย‡ย” ยŽย‹ ยŠยƒยวก อ•ออ›อœวฆอ›อ

Drew Kirkley, 1993-94 ย”ย—ย…ย‡ยย‹ย–ย–ยŽย‡วกอ•ออ›อšวฆอ›อœ ยƒย”ย–ย‘ย•ยœย‘ยŽย†ย‡ยŒวกอ–อ”อ”อ•วฆอ”อ– ย”ยƒย†ย‘ยŽย‘ย™ย‹ย…ยŠวกอ–อ”อ”อ–

Daivdson Kozlowski, 1998-99 Nel Krefsky, 1989-92 Shannon Krieger, 1987-88 ย‡ฦกย”ย‘ย–ย‡ยย„ย‡ย”ย‰วกอ•ออ›อš

L

ย”ย‹ยƒยยƒฦกย‡ย”ยยƒยวกอ•ออœอวฆออ” ย”ยƒย†ยƒยย‘ยย–ยƒย‰ยย‡วกอ•ออ›อ›วฆอ›อœ ย‘ย”ย†ยƒยยยˆย‘ย”ย†วกอ•อออ– ย—ย•ย•ยƒยย‰ย•ย–ย”ย‘ย–ยŠวกอ•ออšอš ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ยƒยย‹ย‰ยƒยวกอ•ออ™อ” ย‘ย†ย”ย‹ย‰ย‘ยƒย—ย„วกอ–อ”อ”อ”วฆอ”อ— ย–ย‡ย˜ย‡ยƒย›ย–ย‘ยวกอ•ออ›อœวฆอœอ” ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย‡ย‰ย‡ยย†ย”ย‡วกอ•ออ›อ–วฆอ›อ— ย‹ยย‡ย‡ยŽย‹ย‡ย—ย˜ย”ย‡วกอ•ออ›อ– ย‡ยยย‡ย”ย‡ยยŠยƒย”ย†ย–วกอ•ออœอ› ย‘ย™ยƒย”ย†ย‡ย˜ย›วกอ•ออ™อœ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย‡ย™ย‹ย•วกอ•ออšอšวฆอšอ› ยŠยƒย”ยŽย‡ย•ย‘ย…ยยŠยƒย”ย–วกอ•ออ™อš ย™ย‡ยย‘ยย‰วกอ–อ”อ”อวฆอ•อ• ย‡ย”ยยƒยย—ย“ย—ย‡วกอ•ออœอ”วฆอœอ— ยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒยวกอ–อ”อ”อ”วฆอ”อ–

M

ย‹ยยƒย†ย†ย‘ย…ยวกอ•ออ™อšวฆอ™อœ ย‘ย„ย„ย›ยƒย”ย…ยŠย‡ย”วกอ•ออšอšวฆอšอœ

ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‡ยƒย”ย–ย‹ยวกอ•ออ™อ” ย‘ย‡ยŽยƒย”ย–ย‹ยวกอ•ออ›อš Art Martinez, 1993-94 ย‹ยŽยŽย…ยŽยƒย‹ยวกอ•ออ™อ Reid McCree, 2001 ยƒย˜ย‡ย…ยŽย”ย‘ย›วกอ•ออ™อ— ย‡ยย…ย‡ยยœย‹ย‡วกอ•อออ–วฆออ™ ย‹ยŽยŽย…ย‡ย”ยย‹ย‡วกอ•ออ™อš ย‘ยŠยย…ย‡ยƒยวกอ•ออœอ”วฆอœอ— Vahid Mirzadeh, 2009-2011 ย”ยƒย†ยŽย‡ย›ย‹ยšย•ย‘ยวกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ”อœ Don Monk, 1963 Chad Mooney, 1998-2001 ย‘ยย‘ย”ย‰ยƒยวกอ•ออ™อ—วฆอ™อ™ Clint Murphy, 1966-68

N

ย‘ย„ย‡ย‹ยยย‡ยวกอ•ออ›อš ย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วกอ•อออšวฆออ ย‘ย•ย‡ยƒยŽย‹ย„ย‹ย‡ย–ย‘วกอ•ออ›อœวฆอœอ” ยŠยƒย”ยŽย‡ย•ย‘ย”ย†ยŽย‹ยย‰ยŠวกอ•ออ™อšวฆอ™อ› Stephen Noteboom, 1990-91

O

ย‹ยย‡วฏย‡ย‹ยŽวกอ•ออ›อ–วฆอ›อ˜ ย—ยƒยย”ย–ย‹ยœวกอ•ออ›อ–วฆอ›อ˜ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽวฏยŠย‡ยƒวกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ”อœ ยƒย”ย”ย‘ย†ย™ย‡ยวกอ–อ”อ”อ•วฆอ”อ–วกอ”อ˜

P

Murphy Payne, 1994-97 Craig Pendrys, 1982 Terry Poore, 1964-66 Antonio Prieto, 1994-97 Peter Prinos, 1979-81 Al Procopio, 1968-70

Q

ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วกอ•อœอ–วฆอœอ˜ ยƒย…ยย‘ย‰ย‡ย”ย•วกอ•ออšอšวฆอšอœ ย—ย•ย•ย‘ยŽยŽย‹ยย‰ย‡ย”วกอ•ออ™อœ

ย‡ย‘ฦกย‘ย’ย‡ย”วกอ•ออœอ˜ Alex Rucker, 1987-88 ย‡ฦกย—ย•ย•ย‡ยŽยŽวกอ•ออ›อœ

S

ย‡ฦกย…ยƒย”ย‡ยŽยŽยƒวกอ•อออวฆอ–อ”อ”อ– Paul Scarpa, 1960-62 ยƒยŽย…ยŠยƒย—ย•วกอ•ออ™อ—วฆอ™อš ย‹ย”ยƒยย…ยŠยŽย‡ย‹ฦกย‡ย”วกอ•อออ• Noah Schnell, 1999-2001 Scott Schuhriemen, 1993-96 Adam Scwartz, 1989-92 ย‘ยยƒยŽย†ย‡ย‹ยˆย‡ย”ย–วกอ•ออ™อ” ย‘ยยย›ย‡ยŽยŽย‡ย”ย•วกอ•ออ™อ› ย”ย‡ย†ย‡ย”ย”ย‡ย–ย–วกอ•ออ™อšวฆอ™อ›อ™อ Scott Shepard, 1989 Scott Shields, 1988-91 Connor Smith, 2010-2011 ยƒยยย‹ย–ยŠวกอ•ออ™อ” Cary Sochin, 1987-88 ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวกอ•อออ–วฆออ™ ย‹ย†ยย‡ย›ย–ย”ย‹ยย‰ย‡ย”วกอ•ออ™อ” ย‘ยŠยย–ย—ย’ยยƒวกอ•ออœอวฆออ” ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒย•ย—ย…ย—ย’ย‹ย”ยƒวกอ–อ”อ”อ˜วฆอ”อ› ยŽย‡ยšย—ย–ย‘ย”วกอ•ออ™อœ ย‹ย…ยย™ย‡ย‡ย–ยยƒยวกอ•ออ™อš Maciek Sykut, 2006-09

T

Hiro Takata, 1991-92 Heiner Tadault, 2003 Rick Thomas, 1974-77 Matt Thoren, 1989 ยƒย˜ย‡ย‹ย‡ย†ย–วกอ•ออ™อ› ยƒย›ย”ยƒย˜ย‹ย•วกอ•อออ›วฆอ–อ”อ”อ” ยƒย–ยŠยƒยย—ย”ยย‡ย›วกอ•อออ™วฆออš

U

Erik Ullsten, 1991-92

V

Doug Vepchula, 1963 ย‹ยย‹ย…ยวกอ•ออšอœ ย‡ยƒยยƒย—ยŽย‹ย•ย•ย‡ย’ย‘วกอ•อออš

W

ย‹ยยย›ยƒย†ย‡วกอ•ออ™อ™ ย‹ย…ยยƒยŽยย‡ย”วกอ•ออ™อ™ Chip Webb, 2002-03 ย‹ยŽยŽย‡ย‡ยย•วกอ•ออšอœ Darryl Weiner, 1981-82 Steve Weinstein, 1996-99 Chris Westerhof, 2003-06 ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡วกอ•อออ—วฆออš

ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‡ย‹ยŽยŽย‹ยƒยย•วกอ•ออ™อ™ ย‡ยšย‘ย‘ย†วกอ•ออšอ—วฆอšอ™ ย‘ยย›ยŽย›วกอ•ออ™อ—วกอ™อ™ Current athletes in bold Years listed indicate the spring semester

ย‡ย”ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย—ยƒย›วกอ•ออ™อ”

R

Herb Rap, 1968-70 Anderson Reed, 2010-2011 Chris Reiman, 2008-09 ยƒย˜ย‡ย‡ย‹ยยŠยƒย”ย–วกอ•ออ™อš

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MEN’S TENNIS ACC TOURNAMENT Year W/L 1992 1-1 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤƒÂ?‡ ‘”‡•–͙nj͗ —Â?‡†‡ˆǤ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͙nj͗ 1993 1-1 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤŽ‡Â?•‘Â?͙nj͖ ‘”–Šƒ”‘Ž‹Â?ƒ†‡ˆǤ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡͙nj͖ 1994 0-1 Clemson def. Florida State 4-3 Í•Í?Í?Í™ Í•ÇŚÍ• Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤ‹”‰‹Â?‹ƒ͙nj͕ Clemson def. Florida State 4-2

W/L Í•ÇŚÍ” 2-4 Í—ÇŚÍ™ 3-2 1-1 0-1 3-2 1-4 2-1

Year W/L 1994 0-1 Georgia Tech def. Florida State 4-2 Í•Í?Í?Í™ ͔nj͕ VCU def. Florida State 4-2 1996 1-1 Florida State def. South Carolina 4-2 1997 0-1 VCU def. Florida State 4-0 1998 0-1 Virginia def. Florida State 4-1

1996 1-1 Florida State def. Wake Forest 4-2 Duke def. Florida State 4-2 1997 1-1 Florida State def. North Carolina 4-2 Clemson def. Florida State 4-2 1998 1-1 Florida State def. Georgia Tech 4-1 Duke def. Florida State 4-0

2003 1-1 Florida State def. Miami 4-2 Florida def. Florida State 4-0 2004 0-1 Arizona def. Florida State 4-3

Team Arizona Auburn ƒŽŽ–ƒ–‡ ‘‹•‡–ƒ–‡ Duke Florida Georgia Georgia Tech

ŽŽ‹�‘‹• ƒ…�•‘�˜‹ŽŽ‡–Ǥ Kentucky Manhattan Miami Mississippi Mississippi St. Samford South Alabama South Carolina  Virginia VCU

W/L 0-1 2-0 ͕nj͔ ͕nj͔ 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 ͕nj͔ ͕nj͔ 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 ͔nj͕ 0-2 0-2

͖͔͔͙ Í—ÇŚÍ• Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤƒŽŽ–ƒ–‡Í˜ÇŚÍ” Florida State def. Kentucky 4-2 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤ ŽŽ‹Â?‘‹•Í˜ÇŚÍ– Florida def. Florida State 4-0

1999 0-1 Georgia Tech def. Florida State 4-2 2000 0-1 Virginia def. Florida State 4-1

2006 1-1 Florida State def. Auburn 4-2 Mississippi def. Florida State 4-2

2001 0-1 Wake Forest def. Florida State 4-2 2002 0-1 Georgia Tech def. Florida State 4-0

2007 1-1 Florida State def. Manhattan 4-0 Florida def. Florida State 4-3

2003 1-1 Florida State def. Georgia Tech 4-3 Clemson def. Florida State 4-3 2004 0-1 Virginia def. Florida State 4-1 ͖͔͔͙ Í–ÇŚÍ• Florida State def. Georgia Tech 4-2 Florida State def. North Carolina 4-2 Virginia def. Florida State 4-1 2006 2-1 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤ‘•–‘Â?‘ŽŽ‡‰‡Í˜ÇŚÍ” Florida State def. North Carolina 4-2 Duke def. Florida State 4-2 2007 2-1 Florida State def. Maryland 4-3 Florida State def. Duke 4-2 North Carolina def. Florida State 4-3 2008 1-1 Florida State def. Duke 4-0 Miami def. Florida State 4-3

Team ‘•–‘�‘ŽŽ‡‰‡ Clemson —�‡ Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina Virginia Wake Forest

NCAA TOURNAMENT

2008 2-1 Florida State def. Samford 4-0 Florida State def. South Alabama 4-3 †‡ˆǤ Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡Í˜ÇŚÍ” 2009 2-1 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤ ƒ…Â?•‘Â?˜‹ŽŽ‡–ǤÍ˜ÇŚÍ” Florida State def. Auburn 4-1 Virginia def. Florida State 4-2 2010 1-1 Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡†‡ˆǤ‘‹•‡–ƒ–‡Í˜ÇŚÍ” Georgia def. Florida State 4-3 2011 0-1 Mississippi St. def. Florida State 4-0 Total 12-14

2009 1-1 Florida State def. Duke 4-1 Virginia def. Florida State 4-0 2010 1-1 Florida State def. Clemson 4-0 Duke def. Florida State 4-0 2011 0-1 Maryland def. Florida State 4-2 Total

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MENโ€™S TENNIS FLORIDA STATE TENNIS ON THE ACC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1993-ย†ยƒยยƒย”ย‘ยวกย‡ยƒยยŠย”ยŽย‹ย…ยŠวกยƒย–ย”ย‹ย…ย ย‹ยŽย‹ย’ย•ย•ย‘ยวก ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡ 1994- Dean Ehrlich, Kenneth McKenzie, ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡ 1995- ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡ 1996- ย†ยƒยยƒย”ย‘ยวกย›ย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽ 1997-ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วก ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒยย”ยƒย˜ย‹ย• 1998- ย›ย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกยŠยƒย† ย‘ย‘ยย‡ย›วกย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วก ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒยย”ยƒย˜ย‹ย• 1999-ย›ย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกย˜ย‘ Niks 2000- ยŽยŽย‹ย‘ย–ย–ยŽย‹ยƒย•วกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวก ยƒย› Travis 2001-ยŽยŽย‹ย‘ย–ย–ยŽย‹ยƒย•วกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกย‘ยยƒย‹ย ย—ย”ย†วกยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒยวกยŠยƒย†ย‘ย‘ยย‡ย›วก Noah Schnell 2002- ย‘ย•ย‡ย’ยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย–ย–วก ย—ย•ย–ยƒย˜ย—ย…ยŠย–วก ยŽย‡ยšยƒยย†ย”ย‡ ย‡ย”ย”ย‡ย”ยƒวกย‘ยยƒย‹ย ย—ย”ย†วกยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย” ย—ย•ย…ยƒย 2003-ย‘ยยƒย‹ย ย—ย”ย†วกยŠย‹ย’ย‡ย„ย„ 2004- วควคย‘ย—ยยƒย•ย•ยƒย” 2005- ย‡ฦก ย”ย‘ย•ยŽย‹ยย‘ยย†วกย–ย‡ยˆยƒยยŠยƒย™วก ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒย•ย—ย…ย—ย’ย‹ย”ยƒวกยŠย‹ย’ย‡ย„ย„วกยŠย”ย‹ย• Westerhof 2006-ยย†ย”ย‡ย™ยƒย‹ยŽย‡ย›วกยƒยยŠยƒยย‰วกย–ย‡ยˆยƒย ยŠยƒย™วก ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒย•ย—ย…ย—ย’ย‹ย”ยƒวกยŠย”ย‹ย• Westerhof 2007- ย–ยƒย‹ย„ย‘ย—ย‰ยœย‹ย”วก ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วก ย”ย‡ย™ยƒย‹ยŽย‡ย›วกยƒยยŠยƒยย‰วกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽวฏยŠย‡ยƒ 2008- ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกย”ย‡ย™ยƒย‹ยŽย‡ย›วก ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽวฏยŠย‡ยƒ 2009 -ย–ยƒย‹ย„ย‘ย—ย‰ยœย‹ย”วก ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วก ย”ย‡ย™ยƒย‹ยŽย‡ย›วกยƒยยŠยƒยย‰วกย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽวฏยŠย‡ยƒ 2010 - ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกยย†ย”ย‡ย•ย—ย…ยƒย”ย‘วก ย‡ย‹ย–ยŠยย„ย”ย‡ย‡วกย™ย‡ยย‘ยย‰วกยƒยŠย‹ย† Mirzadeh, Anderson Reed, Connor Smith 2011 - ยย†ย”ย‡ย•ย—ย…ยƒย”ย‘วกย™ย‡ยย‘ยย‰วกยƒยŠย‹ย† Mirzadeh, Anderson Reed

วงวง Year 1992 อ•อออ— อ•อออ˜ อ•อออ™ อ•อออš 1997 อ•อออœ อ•อออ อ–อ”อ”อ” อ–อ”อ”อ• 2002 อ–อ”อ”อ— อ–อ”อ”อ˜ อ–อ”อ”อ™ อ–อ”อ”อš อ–อ”อ”อ› อ–อ”อ”อœ อ–อ”อ”อ อ–อ”อ•อ” อ–อ”อ•อ•

Champion North Carolina ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ Clemson ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡ N.C. State ย—ยย‡ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย—ยย‡ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ

Head Coach Allen Morris ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• Chuck Kriese ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• Sam Paul ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย• ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย† ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†

Runner-Up Duke ย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ

ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠ ยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ Duke ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ

ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠ ย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย Georgia Tech ยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย Florida State ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ย‹ยƒยย‹ ยƒยย‡ ย‘ย”ย‡ย•ย– ย—ยย‡ ย—ยย‡

Tournament Site Charlotte, North Carolina ยŠยƒย”ยŽย‘ย–ย–ย‡วกย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ยŠยƒย”ยŽย‘ย–ย–ย‡วกย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ

ย”ย‡ย‡ยย™ย‘ย‘ย†วกย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ

ย”ย‡ย‡ยย™ย‘ย‘ย†วกย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ Norcross, Georgia ย–ยŽยƒยย–ยƒวก ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒ ย‘ย”ย…ย”ย‘ย•ย•วก ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒ ย‘ย”ย…ย”ย‘ย•ย•วก ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒ ย”ยŽยƒยย†ย‘วก ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒ Raleigh, N.C. ยƒยŽย‡ย‹ย‰ยŠวกวควค ยƒยŽย‡ย‹ย‰ยŠวกวควค Cary, N.C. ยƒย”ย›วกวควค ยƒย”ย›วกวควค ยŽย–ยƒยย‘ยย–ย‡ย’ย”ย‹ยย‰ย•วก ยŽยƒวค ยƒย”ย›วกวควค ยƒย”ย›วกวควค ยƒย”ย›วกวควค

All-ACC Academic Team 2011 โ€“ Vahid Mirzadeh, Connor Smith อ–อ”อ•อ”ศ‚ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกยƒยŠย‹ย†ย‹ย”ยœยƒย†ย‡ยŠ อ–อ”อ”อศ‚ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡

ACC POSTSEASON HONORS Year อ•อออ– อ•อออ— อ•อออ˜ อ•อออ™ 1996 อ•อออ› อ•อออœ อ•อออ อ–อ”อ”อ” อ–อ”อ”อ• 2002 2003 2004 อ–อ”อ”อ™ อ–อ”อ”อš อ–อ”อ”อ› อ–อ”อ”อœ 2009 2010 2011

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Player of the Year Coach of the Year ย”ย›ยƒย ย‘ยย‡ย•วก ยŽยŽย‡ยย‘ย”ย”ย‹ย•วก ย‘ยŽยƒยย†ยŠย‘ย”ยย“ย˜ย‹ย•ย–วก ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย•วกย—ยย‡ ยƒย˜ย‹ย†ยƒยŽย†ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวก ย‡ยƒยย‡ย•ย†ย—ยย‡ย•วกย‡ย…ยŠ ยƒย˜ย‹ย†ยƒยŽย†ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวก ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย•วกย—ยย‡ David Caldwell, UNC Sam Paul,North Carolina ย‹ย–ย…ยŠย’ย”ย‡ยย‰ย‡ยŽยย‡ย›ย‡ย”วก ยŠย—ย…ยย”ย‹ย‡ย•ย‡วกยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย‘ย”ยƒย…ย‘ยย‡วกย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย•วกย—ยย‡ ย‡ยยŒยƒยย‹ยยƒย•ย•ยƒย‹ย‰ยย‡วกย‡ย…ยŠ ย‡ยยย›ยŠย‘ย”ยย‡วกย‡ย…ยŠ ย”ย‹ยƒยยƒยŠยƒยŽย›วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ ยƒยยƒย—ยŽวกย‘ย”ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ย”ย‹ยƒยยƒยŠยƒยŽย›วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ยƒย›ย‹ย’ย‹ย†ย—ย•วกย—ยย‡ Phillip King, Duke Sam Paul, UNC Mat Cloer, Florida State ยƒย›ยƒย’ย‹ย†ย—ย•วกย—ยย‡ Mat Cloer, Florida State Sam Paul, UNC ยƒย–ยŠยƒยยŠย‘ยย’ย•ย‘ยวกยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย—ย‹ย‰ย‹วฏย‰ย‘ย”ย†วกย‹ยƒยย‹ ยƒย”ย‹ย‘ย‹ยย…ย‘ยวกย‹ยƒยย‹ ย—ย‹ย‰ย‹วฏย‰ย‘ย”ย†วกย‹ยƒยย‹ ยƒยยƒย—ยŽวก ย‘ยย†ย‡ย˜ย‡ย˜ย˜ยƒย”ยยƒยวก ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ Jean-Yves Aubone, FSU  ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ Henrique Cunha, Duke ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ Guillermo Gomez, GT ย”ย‹ยƒยย‘ยŽยƒยย†วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ

Rookie of the Year Tournament MVP วฆ ย”ย›ยƒย ย‘ยย‡ย•วก วฆ ย‹ยŽยŽย›ย—ย‡ย•ย–วกย—ยย‡ ยƒย—ยŽ ยƒย”ย•ยƒยย›ย‹วก ยŠย”ย‹ย•ย”ย‡ย•ย•ยŽย‡ย›วกย—ยย‡ ย”ย—ย…ย‡ย‹วกยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ยŠย‹ยŽยŽย‹ย’ย’ย‡ย‘ย‰ย‰ย‹ย‘วกย—ยย‡ Dmitry Muzyka, Duke Rob Chess, Duke ย‘ย—ย‰ย‘ย‘ย–วกย—ยย‡ ย”ย—ย…ย‡ย‹วกยŽย‡ยย•ย‘ย ย”ย‹ยƒยยƒยŠยƒยŽย›วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ยย‹ย–ย”ย›ย—ยœย›ยยƒวกย—ยย‡ ยŒย‘ย”ยย‡ยย…ยย‡ยวก ย‡ย†ย”ย‘ย•ย…ย—ย†ย‡ย”ย‘วกย—ยย‡ ย‘ย‰ย‡ย”ยย†ย‡ย”ย•ย‘ยวก ยƒวคย‡ย…ยŠ ยƒยย•ย‡ย›ยย‹ย–ยŠวกย—ยย‡ ยŠย‹ยŽยŽย‹ย’ย‹ยย‰วกย—ยย‡ ยƒยย•ย‡ย›ยย‹ย–ยŠวกย—ยย‡ Derrick Spice, Wake Forest Marcio Petrone, N.C. ย‘ย—ย‰ย–ย‡ย™ยƒย”ย–วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย‡ยŽยƒยย‹วกย—ยย‡ Todd Paul, Wake Forest Marko Milko, Virginia ย‘ยย†ย‡ย˜ย‡ย˜ย˜ยƒย”ยยƒยวกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒยƒย”ย”ย‹ยย‘ยŠย‡ยวกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ ยƒยย‹ย‡ยŽยƒยŽยŽย˜ย‡ย”ย†ย—วกย‹ยƒยย‹ ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒยย–ย‘ยยย‡วกย—ยย‡ ยŠย”ย‹ย•ย‡ยƒย”ยย‡ย›วก ย‡ย†ย†ย›ยย‰ย‡ยŽย‹ยย‘ย•วกย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒ

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MENโ€™S TENNIS วง 2011 โ€“ Vahid Mirzadeh อ–อ”อ•อ”ศ‚ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกยƒยŠย‹ย†ย‹ย”ยœยƒย†ย‡ยŠ อ–อ”อ”อศ‚ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกยŽย‹ยย–ย‘ย™ยŽย‡ย•วก Maciek Sykut อ–อ”อ”อœศ‚ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกยŽย‹ยย–ย‘ย™ยŽย‡ย•วก Sam Chang อ–อ”อ”อ›ศ‚ย–ยƒย‹ย„ย‘ย—ย‰ยœย‹ย” อ–อ”อ”อšศ‚ย–ยƒย‹ย„ย‘ย—ย‰ยœย‹ย” อ–อ”อ”อ™ศ‚ยƒย–ยŽย‘ย‡ย”วกยŠย‹ย’ย‡ย„ย„ อ–อ”อ”อ˜ศ‚ยƒย–ยŽย‘ย‡ย”วก ย‘ยยƒย–ยŠยƒย•ย—ย…ย—ย’ย‹ย”ยƒ 2003 โ€“ Mat Cloer อ–อ”อ”อ–ศ‚ยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒย อ–อ”อ”อ•ศ‚ยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒย อ–อ”อ”อ”ศ‚ย‹ยย‡ ยย‰ยŠยƒยวกยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒย อ•อออšศ‚ ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡ อ•อออ™ศ‚ย‡ยย…ย‡ยยœย‹ย‡วกยย–ย‘ยย‹ย‘ย”ย‹ย‡ย–ย‘วกย”ย‹ยƒย  ย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวก ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡ อ•อออ˜ศ‚ย‡ยย…ย‡ยยœย‹ย‡วกย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ย อ•อออ—ศ‚ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ย 1992 โ€“ Ken McKenzie NCAA INVITATIONS Singles ย‹ย…ยƒย”ย†ย‘ย‡ย”ยย†วฆอ•ออ›อ– Rejean Genois - 1973

ย‘ย”ย†ย‘ย ย‘ยย‡ย•วฆอ•ออ›อš ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วฆอ•ออœอ™ Paul Haarhuis - 1988 Stephen Notebloom - 1991 ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวฆอ•อออ™ ยย–ย‘ยย‹ย‘ย”ย‹ย‡ย–ย‘วฆอ•อออ™ ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡วฆอ•อออš ยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒยศ‚อ–อ”อ”อ– Mat Cloer โ€“ 2003 Doubles Paul Haarhuis - 1987 ย‡ยยย‡ย”ย‡ยยŠยƒย”ย†ย–วฆอ•ออœอ› ย‡ยย…ย‡ยยœย‹ย‡วฆอ•อออ™ ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวฆอ•อออ™ ACC DOUBLES CHAMPIONS ยƒย˜ย‹ย‡ย”ย—ย•ย…ยƒยศ€ย‘ย†ย”ย‹ย‰ย‘ยƒย—ย„วฆอ–อ”อ”อ– ยƒย–ยŽย‘ย‡ย”ศ€ย‘ย†ย”ย‹ย‰ย‘ยƒย—ย„วฆอ–อ”อ”อ— METRO CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 1981, 1983, 1984, 1988 DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS อ•ออ˜อวฆอ™อ• METRO CONFER. COACH OF THE YEAR ยƒยย†ย› ย‘ย„ย•ย‘ย METRO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP Marco Abilhoa - 1981-82, 1984 ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วฆอ•ออœอ™ Paul Haarhuis - 1987-88 DIXIE CONFERENCE SINGLE CHAMPIONS ย‡ย”ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย—ยƒย›วกยŽยƒย•ย•วฒวณวฆอ•ออ˜อ ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ยƒยย‹ย‰ยƒยวกยŽยƒย•ย•วฒวณวฆอ•ออ˜อ Dixie Conference Doubles Champions ย‘ยยƒยŽย†ย‡ย‹ฦกย‡ย”ย–วกยŽยƒย•ย•วฒวณวฆอ•ออ˜อ ย‡ย”ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย—ยƒย›ยŽยƒย•ย•วฒวณวฆอ•ออ˜อ ACC FLIGHT CHAMPIONS ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวฆอ•อออ–วกย‘วคอ—ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย‘ย”ย†ยƒยยยˆย‘ย”ย†วฆอ•อออ–วกย‘วคอ—ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย‡ยย…ย‡ยยœย‹ย‡วฆอ•อออ˜วกย‘วคอ–ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•อออ™ย‘วค 3 singles ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡วฆอ•อออ˜วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วก อ•อออ™ย‘วคอ˜ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• Scott Schuhriemen - 1994, No. 6 singles Art Martinez - 1994, No. 2 doubles ยย–ย‘ยย‹ย‘ย”ย‹ย‡ย–ย‘วฆอ•อออ™วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ยŽย‡ยš ย‘ยŽย—ย„วฆอ•อออšวกย‘วคอ™ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• ย›ย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวฆอ•อออ›วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วฆอ•อออ›วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•

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      ศอ•ออ˜อวงอ•ออ™อ•ศŽ ยŠย‡อ•ออ˜อวกอ•ออ™อ”ยƒยย†อ•ออ™อ•ย–ย‡ยƒยย•วกย…ย‘ยƒย…ยŠย‡ย†ย„ย› ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ย–ย‡ยยย‹ย•ย’ย‹ย‘ยย‡ย‡ย”วก วค ย‘ยย‘ย—ย…ยย•ศ‹อ•ออ˜อวฆอ™อ”ศŒยƒยย†ยƒยŽย’ยŠยƒย–ยŠย‡ย”ยŽย›ศ‹อ•ออ™อ•ศŒวกย™ย‘ยย–ยŠย‡ย‹ยšย‹ย‡ย‘ยยˆย‡ย”ย‡ยย…ย‡ team championship for three consecutive years. The Dixie Conference was made up of seven small schools within the Southeast including Florida State, ย–ย‡ย–ย•ย‘ยวกย‹ยŽยŽย•ยƒย’ย•วกย‡ย”ย…ย‡ย”วก ย‘ย™ยƒย”ย†วกยƒยย„ย—ย–ยŠยƒยย†ย‰ยŽย‡ย–ยŠย‘ย”ย’ย‡วค      ศอ•ออ›อšวงออ•ศŽ ยŠย‡ย‡ย–ย”ย‘ย‘ยยˆย‡ย”ย‡ยย…ย‡วกย‘ย”ย‹ย‰ย‹ยยƒยŽยŽย›ย–ยƒย„ย„ย‡ย†ย–ยŠย‡ย‡ย–ย”ย‘ย‹ยšวกย™ยƒย•ยˆย‘ย”ยย‡ย†ย‘ย ย—ยย‡ อ•อ—วกอ•ออ›อ™วค ย–วฏย•ย…ยŠยƒย”ย–ย‡ย”ยย‡ยย„ย‡ย”ย•ย‹ยย…ยŽย—ย†ย‡ย†ย‹ยย…ย‹ยยยƒย–ย‹วก ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠวกย‘ย—ย‹ย•ย˜ย‹ยŽยŽย‡วก ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡วกย–ย‘ย—ย‹ย•ยƒยย†ย—ยŽยƒยย‡วค Expansion was soon on the horizon, as the league membership increased its ย•ย‹ยœย‡ย–ย‘ย•ย‡ย˜ย‡ยย•ย…ยŠย‘ย‘ยŽย•ย™ยŠย‡ยย–ยŠย‡ ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ยย‹ย˜ย‡ย”ย•ย‹ย–ย›ย™ยƒย•ยƒย†ยย‹ย–ย–ย‡ย†ย‘ย ย—ยŽย› 28, 1976. After Georgia Tech left the conference following the 1978 season, Virginia ย‡ย…ยŠย“ย—ย‹ย…ยยŽย›ฦคยŽยŽย‡ย†ย–ยŠย‡ย˜ย‘ย‹ย†วคยŠย‡ยย–วคย‘ย—ย‹ย•ยŽย‡ยˆย–ย–ยŠย‡ย‡ย–ย”ย‘วคย—ย–ย™ยƒย‹ย–ย‹ยย‰ย‹ยย–ยŠย‡ wings was the University of South Carolina who joined in 1983 to increase the membership to eight schools. However, Tulane forfeited its membership when ย‹ย–ย•ย„ยƒย•ยย‡ย–ย„ยƒยŽยŽย’ย”ย‘ย‰ย”ยƒยย™ยƒย•ย†ย‹ย•ย…ย‘ยย–ย‹ยย—ย‡ย†ยˆย‘ยŽยŽย‘ย™ย‹ยย‰ย–ยŠย‡อ•ออœอ˜วฆอœอ™ย•ย‡ยƒย•ย‘ยวค



METRO CONFERENCE FLIGHT CHAMPIONS ย…ย‘ย–ย– ย‹ยŽยย‘ย”ย‡ วฆ อ•ออ›อ›วก ย‘วค อ™ ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• ยŽยŽยƒยย‡ยŽยŽยƒยย›วฆอ•ออ›อวกย‘วคอ—ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ•ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย‘ย•ย‡ยƒยŽย„ย‹ย‡ย–ย‘วฆอ•ออ›อวกย‘วคอ•ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย‘ยŠยย…ย‡ยƒยวฆอ•ออœอ”วกย‘วคอ–ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ•วกย‘วคอ• ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ—วกย‘วคอ—ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ยƒย”ย…ย‘ย„ย‹ยŽยŠย‘ยƒวฆอ•ออœอ”วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ•วกย‘วคอ• ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• ฦฌ ย‘วค อ• ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วข อ•ออœอ–วก ย‘วค อ• ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• ย‡ย”ยยƒยย—ย“ย—ย‡วฆอ•ออœอ”วกย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ•วกย‘วคอ— ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ–วกย‘วคอ—ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ—วกย‘วคอ•ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย–ย‡ย˜ย‡ยƒย›ย–ย‘ยวฆอ•ออœอ”วกย‘วคอ™ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• ย‘ย„ย‡ย”ย–ย—ย”ย‰ย‡ย•ย•วฆอ•ออœอ•วกย‘วคอ™ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย‡ฦก ย‘ย”ย‹ยย‡วฆอ•ออœอ—วกย‘วคอ—ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• ย…ย‘ย–ย–ยŽย‡ย•ย•ย‹ยย‰วฆอ•ออœอ—วกย‘วคอ™ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ–ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย• Myron Flainski - 1983, No. 3 doubles ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วฆอ•ออœอ—วกย‘วคอ˜ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ฦฌย‘วคอ• ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ˜วกย‘วคอ•ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•วขอ•ออœอ™วกย‘วคอ• singles & No. 1 doubles ย‘ย†ย†ย‘ยŽยŽย‹ยย‰ย•วฆอ•ออœอ›วกย‘วคอ™ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย• Cary Sochin- 1988, No. 3 singles Neil Krefsky - 1991, No. 1 doubles Stephen Notebloom - 1991, No. 1 doubles      ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒ ยย–ย‡ย”ย…ย‘ยŽยŽย‡ย‰ย‹ยƒย–ย‡ยŠยƒยย’ย‹ย‘ยย• ย‡ยšย‘ย‘ย†วฆอ•ออšอ™ศ‹ย‘วคอ•ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ศŒ ย‡ย”ยยƒยย—ย“ย—ย‡วฆอ•ออœอ”ศ‹ย‘วคอ–ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ศŒ ยƒย”ย”ย›ยŽย‡ย‹ยย‡ย”วฆอ•ออœอ”ศ‹ย‘วคอ˜ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ศŒ

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ย‹ยŽย•ย‘ยศ€ ย‘ย—ย–ยŠย‡ยƒย•ย–ย‡ย‰ย‹ย‘ยยƒยŽ Championships ยŽย‹ยย–ย‘ย™ยŽย‡ย•วฆอ–อ”อ”อศ‹ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•ศŒ     ย‡ยƒยยŠยƒยย’ย‹ย‘ย ย‡ยƒย†ย‘ยƒย…ยŠ ย—ยยย‡ย”ย’ ย‹ย–ย‡ ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ยยย›ย—ยˆย‘ย”ย† ย‡ย‘ย”ย‰ย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠ ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•วก ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ยยย›ย—ยˆย‘ย”ย† ย‹ยย…ย‹ยยยƒย–ย‹ ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•วก ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ยยย›ย—ยˆย‘ย”ย† ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วก  ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ยยย›ย—ยˆย‘ย”ย† ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠ ยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วก  ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ยยย›ย—ยˆย‘ย”ย† ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วก  ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒยย†ย› ย‘ย„ย•ย‘ย ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วก  ย‹ย”ย‰ย‹ยย‹ยƒย‡ย…ยŠ ย‘ย‡ย‘ยŽยŽย‹ยย• ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•วก ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ยƒยย†ย› ย‘ย„ย•ย‘ย ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย‡ย™ย”ยŽย‡ยƒยย•วก ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย…ย‡ย‡ ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย‡ย™ย”ยŽย‡ยƒยย•วก ย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ย‡ยย–ย‡ยƒย”ย•  ย‡ยย’ยŠย‹ย•วก South Carolina Kent DeMars Columbia, SC South Carolina Kent DeMars Florida State Hattiesburg, MS ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย…ย‡ย‡ ย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ยƒยŽยŽยƒยŠยƒย•ย•ย‡ย‡วก  Memphis State อ•ออœอ ย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ย‡ยย–ย‡ยƒย”ย• ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‹ยย…ย‹ยยยƒย–ย‹วกยŠย‹ย‘ อ•อออ” ย‘ย—ย–ยŠยƒย”ย‘ยŽย‹ยยƒ ย‡ยย–ย‡ยƒย”ย• ยŽย‘ย”ย‹ย†ยƒย–ยƒย–ย‡ ย‘ย—ย‹ย•ย˜ย‹ยŽยŽย‡วก 1991 South Carolina Kent DeMars Florida State Memphis, TN ย‡ยƒย” อ•ออ›อš อ•ออ›อ› อ•ออ›อœ อ•ออ›อ อ•ออœอ” อ•ออœอ• อ•ออœอ– อ•ออœอ— อ•ออœอ˜ อ•ออœอ™ 1986 1987 อ•ออœอœ

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Vahid Mirzadeh 2011 - Doubles

Connor Smith 2011 - Doubles

Jean-Yves Aubone 2008 & 2009 - Singles

Brian Stanton 1995 - Doubles

Mat Cloer 2005 - Singles

Ken McKenzie 1995 - Doubles

FSU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

ITA Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award National - 2011 Vahid Mirzadeh ยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยยƒยŽวฆอ–อ”อ”อ™ยƒย–ยŽย‘ย‡ย” ITA Assistant Coach of the Year Southeast - 2010 Mat Cloer Mideast - 2006 Nick Crowell ย‹ย†ย‡ยƒย•ย–วฆอ–อ”อ”อ—ย›ย”ยƒย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽ

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USTA Florida Junior Coach of the Year 2010 - Nick Crowell

ITA Player to Watch ย‹ย†ย‡ยƒย•ย–วฆอ–อ”อ”อœ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡ Mideast - 2003 Mat Cloer ITA/Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award Southeast Nominee - 2010 Vahid Mirzadeh

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Lex Wood Marco Abilhoa Robert Burgess Hernan Luque Scott Blessing ย‡ฦก ย‘ย”ย‹ยย‡ Joey Rive John McLean Hernan Luque Scott Blessing Joey Rive

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ย‡ยšย‘ย‘ย†วกอ•ออšอ™ ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วกอ•ออœอ˜ ย‹ย…ยŠยƒย”ย†ย‡ย‰ย‡ยย†ย”ย‡วกอ•ออ›อ• ยƒย—ยŽ ยƒยƒย”ยŠย—ย‹ย•วกอ•ออœอ› ยƒย—ยŽ ยƒยƒย”ยŠย—ย‹ย•วกอ•ออœอœ ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วกอ•ออœอ— ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วกอ•ออœอ™ ย–ย‡ย’ยŠย‡ยย‘ย–ย‡ย„ย‘ย‘ยวกอ•อออ• ย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วกอ•อออœ ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡วกอ•อออ™

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อ•ศŒ ย‘ย‡ย›ย‹ย˜ย‡วกอ•ออœอ–วฆอœอ™ อ–อ–อ–ศ‹อ•อ–อ”วกอ•อ”อ–ศŒ อ–ศŒ ย‡ฦก ย‘ย”ย‹ยย‡วกอ•ออœอ—วฆอœอš อ•อœอ˜ศ‹ออ–วกออ–ศŒ อ—ศŒ ยƒย…ย‹ย‡ยย›ยย—ย–วกอ–อ”อ”อ™วฆอ”อ อ•อ›อ™ศ‹ออ—วกอœอ–ศŒ อ˜ศŒ ยƒย•ย‘ยยŠย‹ย–ย‡วกอ•อออ–วฆออš อ•อ›อ–ศ‹ออ–วกอœอ”ศŒ อ™ศŒ ย…ย‘ย–ย–ยŽย‡ย•ย•ย‹ยย‰วคอ•ออœอ–วฆอœอ™ อ•อ›อ•ศ‹อœอšวฆอœอ™ศŒ อšศŒ ยŽย‹ยย–ย‘ย™ยŽย‡ย•วกอ–อ”อ”อœวฆอ•อ• อ•อšอ˜ศ‹ออ–วกอ›อ–ศŒ อ›ศŒ ยŠย”ย‹ย•ย‡ย•ย–ย‡ย”ยŠย‘ยˆวกอ–อ”อ”อ–วฆอ”อš อ•อšอ–ศ‹อšอœวกออ˜ศŒ อœศŒ ย‡ยƒยวฆย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย„ย‘ยย‡วกอ–อ”อ”อšวฆอ•อ”อ•อšอ•ศ‹อœอ—วกอ›อœศŒ อศŒ ย”ย‹ยƒยย–ยƒยย–ย‘ยวกอ•อออ–วฆออ™ อ•อšอ”ศ‹อœอ–วกอ›อœศŒ อ•อ”ศŒย˜ย‘ย‹ยย•วกอ•อออ™วฆออ อ•อ™อศ‹อœอวกอ›อ”ศŒ ศ—ศ‹ย…ยƒย”ย‡ย‡ย”ย•ย‹ยย‰ยŽย‡ย•วกย…ยƒย”ย‡ย‡ย”ย†ย‘ย—ย„ยŽย‡ย•ย˜ย‹ย…ย–ย‘ย”ย‹ย‡ย•ศŒ

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Jean-Yves Aubone Clint Bowles Sam Chang Chris Cloer Brad Mixson Maciek Sykut Clint Bowles Chris Cloer Maciek Sykut Jean-Yves Aubone Clint Bowles Vahid Mirzadeh Vahid Mirzadeh

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MEN’S TENNIS A NOTE TO THE MEDIA, FANS AND OPPONENTS Ž‘”‹†ƒ–ƒ–‡Â?‡Â?ǯ•–‡Â?Â?‹•’‘”–• Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‹”‡…–‘”ƒ”›ŒƒÂ?‡ ƒ”†Â?‡”‹•”‡ƒ†›–‘ƒ••‹•–›‘—™‹–ŠƒÂ?›“—‡•–‹‘Â?•‘””‡“—‡•–•›‘— may have about the 2011 Seminole men’s tennis program, almanac, coaches and student-athletes. Please do not hesitate to contact –Š‡ ’‘”–• Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‘Ƽ…‡‹ˆ™‡…ƒÂ?ˆ—”–Š‡”ƒ••‹•–›‘—Ǥ PLAYERS & COACHES INTERVIEWS ÂŽÂŽ’Žƒ›‡”•ƒÂ?†…‘ƒ…Š‡•‹Â?–‡”˜‹‡™••Š‘—Ž†„‡ƒ””ƒÂ?‰‡†–Š”‘—‰Š–Š‡•’‘”–•‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‘Ƽ…‡„›…‘Â?–ƒ…–‹Â?‰ƒ”›ŒƒÂ?‡ ƒ”†Â?‡”ƒ– Č‹ÍœÍ™Í”ČŒÍšÍ˜Í˜ÇŚÍ–Í”Í•Íšƒ–Ž‡ƒ•–͖͘Š‘—”•‹Â?ƒ†˜ƒÂ?…‡Ǥ–—†‡Â?Â–ÇŚÂƒÂ–ÂŠÂŽÂ‡Â–Â‡ÇŻÂ•’Š‘Â?‡Â?—Â?„‡”•™‹ŽŽÂ?‘–„‡”‡Ž‡ƒ•‡†Ǥ‡†‹ƒÂ?ƒ›Â?‘–…‘Â?–ƒ…–ƒÂ?› student-athlete through the use of social media, including Facebook and Twitter. HOW TO COVER THE SEMINOLES Members of the media are supplied with press releases, including updated individual and career statistics, as well as conference ƒÂ?†Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒŽ”ƒÂ?Â?‹Â?‰•ƒÂ?†‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‘Â?—’…‘Â?‹Â?‰Â?ƒ–…Š‡•ǤŠ‹•‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?Â?ƒ›„‡‘„–ƒ‹Â?‡†‹Â?–Š‡•’‘”–•‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‘Ƽ…‡ and will be updated after every match at www.seminoles.com. WHERE THE HOME MATCHES WILL BE ÂŽÂŽ‘ˆ–Š‡͖͔͕͖–‡Â?Â?‹•Â?ƒ–…Š‡•–ƒÂ?‡’Žƒ…‡ƒ––Š‡…‘––’‡‹…Š‡”‡Â?Â?‹•‡Â?–‡”—Â?Ž‡••™‡ƒ–Š‡”ˆ‘”…‡•–Š‡–‡ƒÂ?–‘—•‡–Š‡ Â?†‘‘” ”ƒ…–‹…‡ ƒ…‹Ž‹–›ȋ͖͙͚͚‘––•†ƒÂ?‡”Â†Ç¤ČŒÇ¤‡†‹ƒ•Š‘—Ž†Â?‘–‹ˆ›–Š‡•’‘”–•‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?‘Ƽ…‡’”‹‘”–‘Š‘Â?‡Â?ƒ–…Š‡•‹ˆ–Š‡›’ŽƒÂ?–‘ attend. Any accredited photographer wishing to shoot the matches must check in with Maryjane Gardner prior to match day. FSU ON THE WEB ÂŽÂŽ–Š‡‰ƒÂ?‡•–‘”‹‡•ǥ—’†ƒ–‡†•–ƒ–•ƒÂ?†‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡–‡Â?Â?‹•Â?થ›‘—…‘—Ž†‡˜‡”ĥÂ?ˆ‘”‹•ƒ˜ƒ‹Žƒ„Ž‡͖͘Š‘—”•ƒÂ†ÂƒÂ›ÇĄ͚͙͗†ƒ›•ƒ›‡ƒ”ƒ– ‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡•Ǥ…‘Â?ǤŠ‡Â‘ĆĽÂ…Â‹ÂƒÂŽ ƒ–ŠŽ‡–‹…•‡„•‹–‡‹•›‘—”Ƥ”•–•–‘’ˆ‘”ƒŽŽ–Š‡‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?›‘—…‘—Ž†‡˜‡”Â?‡‡†‘Â?–Š‡‡Â?‹Â?‘Ž‡ men’s tennis team and is updated immediately following each match. FOLLOW FSU MEN’S TENNIS ON TWITTER ‡†‹ƒ ƒÂ?† ˆƒÂ?• ƒ”‡ ‡Â?…‘—”ƒ‰‡† –‘ ˆ‘ŽŽ‘™ ̡ Ě´‡Â?Â?‹• ‘Â? –Š‡ –‡ƒÂ?ǯ• Â‘ĆĽÂ…Â‹ÂƒÂŽ ™‹––‡” ’ƒ‰‡ ˆ‘” ‹Â?•–ƒÂ?–ƒÂ?‡‘—• ‹Â?ˆ‘”Â?ƒ–‹‘Â? surrounding the squad.

CONTACT US ͙͔͜ǧ͚͘͘ǧ͕͔͗͘Č  ͙͔͜ǧ͚͘͘ǧ͖͔͗͜ Mailing Address Shipping Address MARYJANE MARYJA A NE GARD GARDNER

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