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2012 TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE

Senior brianna wishing

Senior Emily Hangstefer

junior roberto vieira two-time all-socon

Senior Shaina singh ita Scholar athlete

Senior charlotte bossy


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contents/general info

University information Institution.................................................University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Preferred Name...........................................................................Chattanooga Short Form................................................................................................UTC Please do not use UT-Chattanooga, Tennessee-Chattanooga or Tenn.-Chatt. Location................................................................................... Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname..................................................Mocs (not Moccasins or Mockingbirds) Colors........................... Navy (PMS 295), Old Gold (PMS 124), Silver (PMS 429) Mascot....................................................................................................... Scrappy Founded......................................................................................................... 1886 Enrollment....................................................................................................11,438 NCAA Affiliation.............................................................................NCAA Division I Conference...............................................................................................Southern Chancellor....................................................................................Dr. Roger Brown Faculty Athletics Representative................................................Dr. Michael Jones Chattanooga Men’s tennis Staff Carlos Garcia, Head Coach...........................................................(423) 425-4359 ..................................................................................... carlos-garcia@utc.edu Peter Sauska, Student Assistant Coach.........................................(423) 425-4359 ..................................................................................... peter-sauska@utc.edu Chattanooga WoMen’s tennis Staff Jeff Clark, Head Coach..................................................................(423) 425-5540 ................................................................................... jefferson-clark@utc.edu Grace Robinette, Assistant Coach.................................................(423) 425-5540 ......................................................................................................................... Chattanooga athletics communications and media relations Dr. Jay Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director...............................(423) 425-5292 (Football, Wrestling, M/W Tennis).............................. Jay-Blackman@utc.edu Jim Horten, Assistant Director........................................................(423) 425-2350 (Men’s Basketball, M/W Golf).................................... James-Horten@utc.edu Anne Wehunt, Assistant Director....................................................(423) 425-4618 (Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field)........ Anne-Wehunt@utc.edu Nathan Blythe, Assistant................................................................ (423) 425-2116 (Volleyball, Softball)................................................... Nathan-Blythe@utc.edu Athletics Administration Rick Hart, Director of Athletics........................................................(423) 425-2270 Matt Pope, Senior Associate Athletics Director..............................(423) 425-2158 Laura Herron, Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA.................(423) 425-4583 Andrew Horton, Associate Athletics Director/External....................(423) 425-5285 Mike Royster, Assistant Athletics Director/Equipment....................(423) 425-4567 Dr. Emily Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director/Academics.........(423) 425-2007 Marquita Armstead, Director of Compliance...................................(423) 425-5577 Scott Brincks, Director of Athletic Performance..............................(423) 425-5293 Todd Bullard, Head Athletic Trainer................................................(423) 425-4740 Megan Parker, Director of Ticketing...............................................(423) 425-5273 Ryan Peck, Director of Marketing...................................................(423) 425-4773 Brandon Potts, Director of the Mocs Club......................................(423) 425-4233 Owen Seaton, Director of Creative Services..................................(423) 425-2122 Credits

The 2012 Chattanooga Tennis Media Guide is a product of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department and the Communications and Media Relations Office. The book was written, designed and edited by Jay Blackman, Director of Athletics Communications and Media Relations. Editorial, design and layout assistance provided by Assistant Directors Anne Wehunt and Jim Horten and Director of Creative Services Owen Seaton and media relations assistant Nate Blythe. Detailed editorial assistance provided by Pam Henry. Cover design by Michael Vinson. Photography by Robert Baudier, Jay Blackman, Nate Blythe, Tom Cordy, Bret Douglas, Jim Horten, David Humber, Jeff Hurndon, Marvin Gentry, Willis Glasgow, Mark Gowin, Kathleen Greeson, Michael Hampton, Steve Hankins, Tracey Long, LifeTouch Photography, Phil Reich, Jeff Romero, Dale Rutemeyer, Owen Seaton, Bill Sheffield, Bill Shipley, Anne Wehunt, Chattanooga Times-Free Press, Chattanooga Times and UTC University Relations. Chattanooga photos on pages 2-3 courtesy of the Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.

Table of Contents Quick Facts/General Info................................................. 1 The University.............................................................. 2-3 Chattanooga, Tenn....................................................... 4-5 Traditions/Facilities....................................................... 6-7 In the Media/Athletic Training....................................... 8-9 Lawson Center/Academics....................................... 10-11 Mocs Success.......................................................... 12-13 What’s a Moc?............................................................... 14 2011-12 Outlook............................................................ 15 Coaching Staff/Roster.............................................. 16-18 Men’s Student-Athlete Bios...................................... 19-24 Women’s Student-Athlete Bios................................. 24-27 2010-11 Results.............................................................28 History......................................................................29-32 University/Staff Information...................................... 33-38 2012 men’s tennis information Head Coach......................Carlos Garcia (Tennessee ‘87) Career Record (Years)...............................104-126 (11th) Record at UTC......................................................... same Lettermen Returning/Lost............................................. 8/6 2010-11 Record (SoCon/Finish).............. 8-16 (2-8/T10th) 2012 men’s tennis schedule Date Opponent

Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Feb. 29 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 Apr. 19-22

No. 71 RADFORD ^ TENNESSEE TECH ^ at Murray State at Middle Tennessee LIPSCOMB ^ BELMONT ^ GARDNER-WEBB ^ NORTH ALABAMA ^ KENNESAW STATE at Jacksonville State • at Elon • at UNCG • GEORGIA SOUTHERN • FURMAN LEE UNIVERSITY • at The Citadel • at College of Charleston • WOFFORD • DAVIDSON • at Appalachian State • SAMFORD Southern Conference Tournament

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2012 women’s tennis information Head Coach..............................Jeff Clark (Vanderbilt ‘95) Career Record (Years).....................................79-78 (8th) Record at UTC......................................................... same Lettermen Returning/Lost............................................. 6/3 2010-11 Record (SoCon/Finish).................11-11 (6-5/5th) 2012 women’s tennis schedule Date Opponent Watch

Jan. 28 LIPSCOMB ^ 6:00 p.m. Feb. 4 at Belmont 7:00 p.m. (Murray, Ky.) 2:00 p.m. Feb. 11 vs. Evansville 2:00 p.m. Feb. 12 at Murray State Feb. 23 at Middle Tennessee 3:00 p.m. Feb. 25 KENNESAW STATE 1:00 p.m. Feb. 29 at Jacksonville State 2:30 p.m. Mar. 3 at UT Martin 2:00 p.m. Mar. 6 MERCER 2:00 p.m. Mar. 9 • COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 2:00 p.m. Mar. 11 • GEORGIA SOUTHERN 12:00 p.m. Mar. 18 • UNCG 12:00 p.m. Mar. 20 • ELON 2:00 p.m. Mar. 24 • at Wofford 1:00 p.m. Mar. 25 • at Furman 11:00 a.m. Mar. 30 UAB 2:00 p.m. Apr. 1 • APPALACHIAN STATE 12:00 p.m. Apr. 6 • at Western Carolina 1:00 p.m. Apr. 7 • at Davidson 12:00 p.m. Apr. 11 LEE UNIVERSITY 2:00 p.m. Apr. 14 • at Samford 1:00 p.m. Apr. 19-22 Southern Conference Tournament TBD • Denotes SoCon match. All times are Eastern and subject to change. All home matches in BOLD and played at the UTC Tennis Courts% or the Hixson Racquet Club^. Check GoMocs.com for updates. # SoCon Tournament will be held at the Champions Club in Chattanooga.

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UTC

Chattanooga The University

FOUNDERS HALL

FLETCHER hALL If you look around the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, you will find a message chiseled for eternity into the stone of our structures. “We Shall Achieve” A bold commitment that guides us in everything we do, this statement tells the world what to expect from our campus. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we achieve, and so will you.

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Achieving a goal doesn’t always come easy. UTC students are challenged through a rigorous liberal arts based general education and state-of-the-art curricula in their majors. Our faculty members hold world-class credentials in teaching, research and creative endeavors and pass this experience to students. Tutoring and other academic support assist student success. Your future is worth the effort.


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UTC

university Fast Facts

UTC is one of the fastest growing campuses in Tennessee, with enrollment topping 10,000 in 2009-10. Here are some of the significant opportunities UTC has to offer:

Founded...............................1886 Enrollment.........................11,438 Undergraduate....................9,891 Graduate..........................1,547 Chancellor....... Dr. Roger Brown Degree Programs....................91 Certificate.............................19 Baccalaureate......................50 Master’s................................18 Specialist’s.............................1 Doctorate................................3 Avg. Undergrad Age.............22.0 Website.................. www.utc.edu Phone................... (423) 425-4111

• UTC established the SimCenter: National Center for Computational Engineering in 2007. The SimCenter provides computer simulations to solve problems for industry and government while offering research programs.

The Student Park at UTC

• UTC’s College of Business has ranked among the best in the nation by both BusinessWeek and the Princeton Review. Our programs are among the elite 10% nationwide to receive Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation.

heritage plaza

• UTC’s School of Nursing has received more than $3 million in grants the past three years to support nursing education and bring new skills to our students. • Our Teacher Preparation Academy has been chosen by the Carnegie Foundation as a “Teachers for a New Era” institution, acknowledging our teacher licensure programs as among the best in the nation and a model for other universities.

UTC Place

utc College of business Lansing Court and the University center

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chattanooga

Chattanooga the scenic city

Hunter Museum of american Art

Walnut Street Bridge The Southern Belle Riverboat

• You will be impressed by Chattanooga’s revitalized Riverfront that includes a 10-mile Riverwalk; The Passage, a celebration of Chattanooga’s Native American heritage, and the Chattanooga Pier. • Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.” • Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art. • The Walnut Street Bridge, connecting the Bluff View Arts District and downtown with the North Shore District and Coolidge Park, is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.

The Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga’s Riverfront Park

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Chattanooga Fast Facts Founded...............................1838 City Population...............169,884 Metro Area Population...514,568 Altitude (Downtown)......... 675 ft. Avg. Summer Temp........... 86 (F) Avg. Winter Temp.............. 42 (F) Time Zone....................... Eastern Size............................... 135 sqm. • Chattanooga is the 4th Largest City in Tennessee. • The Chattanooga Bakery is the home of the MoonPie. • Actor Samuel L. Jackson grew up in Chattanooga where he attended Riverside High School.

chattanooga • Discover the Tennessee Aquarium with its two underwater worlds: River Journey and the new Ocean Journey. You will see tiny seahorses, impressive Beluga sturgeon, fierce sharks and playful otters.

rock city

• Visit Rock City where you can see seven states from one spot. • Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. • Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway travels up a 72.7% grade, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world.

Incline Railway

Ruby Falls

chattanooga’s Riverfront during the annual riverbend musical festival

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traditions

Chattanooga traditions

tommy bartlett ITA Men’s Tennis Collegiate Hall of Fame

Alice Tym ITA Women’s tennis Hall of Fame Alice Tym blazed a trail as a pioneer in women’s collegiate tennis. She started the women’s tennis varsity program at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga while serving as head coach from 1974-78. She was inducted into the ITA Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame

in 2008. During her time at UTC, Tym won two AIAW Small College National Championships in 1977 and 1978. Tym also started the women’s tennis program at the University of Florida while she was a student in 1960. She went on to earn an M.A. from UF in 1966 as a Ford Foundation Fellow. From 1964 to 1970, she played on the international circuit, winning titles on five continents and securing a world ranking as high as No. 13 in 1969. Appointed director of tennis at Yale in 1978, she coached the nationally ranked women’s team for four years and won the Ivy Championships in 1981. Tym returned to UTC to take up a distinguished teaching career in the Geography Department, where she still teaches today, maintaining her involvement in athletics as an active horsewoman and gold medalist in the National Senior Olympics.

The Lady Mocs Also Won aiaw small college national championships in 1977 and 1979.

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1983 NCAA Division II National Champions

Former UTC Head Coach Tommy Bartlett was inducted into the ITA Men’s Tennis Collegiate Hall of Fame in 1993. He guided the Mocs tennis program from 1979 to 1990. The most noticeable accomplishments under Bartlett were the women’s three consecutive NCAA Division II National Championships from 1983-85. The women’s team also won Southern Conference titles in 1984-86, 1988 and 1990. Bartlett guided the men’s tennis squad to six-straight SoCon Championships from 1980-85, as well as league titles in 1988 and 1989. Under Bartlett’s guidance, Sue McCulloch (1985), Scott Zaccaria and Orlando Lourenco all earned SoCon Player of the Year honors. Lori Massengill, Pam Yates, Sue McCulloch, Christine Picher and Heidi Narborough all earned AllAmerican honors while Bartlett was coaching UTC. Bartlett was named the National Coach of the Year in 1986 and the SoCon Women’s Coach of the Year in 1986 and 1990. On the men’s side, he earned SoCon Coach of the Honors seven times, including 198083, 1985 and 1988-89. He was inducted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993.

1978 AIAW Small College National Champions

1984 NCAA Division II National Champions

george dickinson won the 1966 NCAA Small College individual national championship.

1985 NCAA Division II National Champions


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facilities

facilities

home courts for utc tennis

the champions club

MANKER PATTEN

The Chattanooga men’s and women’s tennis teams are fortunate to have three places to call home. On campus, the Mocs use the UTC Tennis Complex that houses seven newly remodeled courts and the DeSales-Harrison Racquet Center with two indoor courts. In the early stages of the spring season when the weather is cold and unpredictable, Chattanooga moves its contests to the Hixson Racquet Court which features six courts and a viewing vantage point from the lobby. In the fall, the Mocs host the prestigious Steve Baras Fall Classic at the Champions Club Tennis Complex as well as several spring dual matches. The Club features 26 hard courts, a two-story, 6,000 sq. ft. clubhouse with lockers, rest rooms with showers and a pro shop. The facility - inside and outside - is ADA accessible. The Mocs also have access to the Manker Patten Tennis Club located next to the UTC campus in cases of bad weather.

hixson racquet club

The utc tennis courts are located in the heart of campus

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media spotlight

media spotlight mocs in the news

The Chattanooga Mocs athletics programs enjoy unparalleled media exposure. Located in a metropolitan area that includes over 500,000 people, the Mocs are covered by the local contingent of television stations, including ABC, CBS and NBC. UTC Athletics also enjoys a tremendous amount of exposure through the print media. The Times Free Press is the main print news outlet in the area and provides excellent coverage of the Mocs. The men’s and women’s tennis teams also benefit from coverage on GoMocs.com, the official web site of UTC Athletics, the Chattanoogan. com and the Echo, UTC’s student newspaper. Tennis news can also be heard on Chat With The Mocs, the official radio show of UTC Athletics, and the Mocs Daily Update, both of which air on ESPN Radio in Chattanooga.

Now you can keep up with all the latest Chattanooga Mocs news on Facebook and Twitter. Plus every page on GoMocs.com can be shared to the website of your choice. Be sure you are visiting one of the three official Chattanooga Athletics FACEBOOK pages: • Mocs Fan Page - www.Facebook.com/Chattanooga Mocs • Mocs Tennis Page - www.Facebook.com/MocsTennis • Lady Mocs Tennis Page - www.Facebook.com/LadyMocsTennis The quickest way to get the latest Mocs info on your mobile phone is by following GoMocs.com on Twitter. If you pair your mobile device to your Twitter account, you will get the latest scores and selected headlines sent right to your mobile phone. Find the Official Chattanooga Athletics Twitter Page at www.twitter.com/gomocs.

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CHATTANOOGA MEDIA OUTLETS COVERING THE MOCS PRINT/INTERNET Chattanooga Times Free Press www.timesfreepress.com Jay Creeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress.com)

TELEVISION STATIONS WDEF 12 (CBS) www.wdef.com Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com)

Associated Press (Nashville) www.ap.org

WRCB 3 (NBC) www.wrcbtv.com Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com)

Chattanoogan.com (online only) www.chattanoogan.com The University Echo www.utcecho.com MocFans www.mocfans.com RADIO STATIONS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) www.espnchattanooga.com WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk www.wgow.com Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM www.foxsportschattanooga.com

WTVC 9 (ABC) www.newschannel9.com Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9.com)


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athletic training

athletic Training first-rate care

Countess Davis works with men’s tennis junior Ankit Chopra in the Mocs Athletics Training Room.

The training room in McKenzie Arena serves the Mocs’ student-athletes with state-of-the-art equipment.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Sports Medicine Program provides prevention, care and rehabilitation services for all student-athletes. UTC has two athletic training rooms that serve all athletic teams. Thanks to funding from Erlanger Hospital, the athletic training rooms are equipped with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment including a Biodex isokinetic unit, a Neurocom for balance testing and training, and a Trazer unit for functional rehabilitation. In addition, the Chattanooga Group, Inc., provides therapeutic modalities for use as both rehabilitation equipment and instructional devices for students enrolled in the Graduate Athletic Training Program. The Graduate Athletic Training Program at UTC plays a major role in providing certified athletic trainers to insure that student-athletes are well taken care of. The entry-level masters program is one of few programs in the country that allows students to earn a master’s degree while they gain eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification Exam. Members of the athletic department and the graduate program staff the athletic training rooms. They work together to insure quality health care for the student-athletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

Todd Bullard Head Trainer

Jessica Tanner Asst. Trainer

The Mocs have an excellent relationship with near-by Erlanger Hospi- Countess Davis tal, providing top-quality care to all UTC student-athletes. Graduate Asst.

Joe Baugham Asst. Trainer

B.J. Leyser Asst. Trainer

Erin Weaver Asst. Trainer

Ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

Adam Chinnery Graduate Asst.

Lewis Flanary Graduate Asst.

Jaqui Neal Graduate Asst.

Sharon West Graduate Asst.

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lawson center

LAWSON Center athletic performance

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

Jeff Andrews Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

The $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student Success Center opened in January 2009 and houses the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

The newly completed $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in college athletics. The Center, located on Vine Street in the heart of campus, houses the Chattem Basketball Practice Facility and the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility. Also located in the Center are meeting and film rooms that are available for all Mocs’ athletic programs to use. Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks and his staff use the facility to increase the Mocs tennis teams’ overall strength and conditioning level. Through rigorous offseason workouts, and programs to maintain peak performance during the season, the Lawson Center and Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility will impact the Mocs’ performance on the court for years to come.

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The Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Center has all of the state-of-the-art weight training equipment.


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academic support

student support career preparation

Located in McKenzie Arena, the Mocs’ computer lab gives student-athletes a convenient place to study, receive tutoring help and complete assignments.

The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Academic Support Service in place for all student-athletes. Through the use of advisors, tutors, study halls and many other programs, the Student Support Services is on hand to help each student-athlete reach his or her ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Goals of the Office of Academic Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a studentathlete’s years at UTC.

Dr. Emily Blackman Asst. A.D. - Student Support Services

Lisa Tarr Coordinator of Academic Services

Rhonda Reynolds Academic Advisor

Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor

individual academic honors

William Disterdick ITA Scholar Athlete Academic All-SoCon

Alexa Flynn ITA Scholar Athlete

Annie Green Academic All-SoCon

Jenna Nurik ITA Scholar Athlete Academic All-SoCon

Grace Robinette ITA Scholar Athlete Academic All-SoCon

Shaina Singh ITA Scholar Athlete Academic All-SoCon

Jackson Tresnan ITA Scholar Athlete Academic All-SoCon

Diana Zora ITA Scholar Athlete

Academic All-Southern Conference Honors are given to student-athletes in their second year at the institution who have at least a 3.2 cumulative grade-point-average and competed in at least 50% of their team’s contests. ITA Scholar Athletes have a 3.5 g.p.a. and above.

Dean’s List

Honor Roll

UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester. (S - Spring 2011, F - Fall 2011)

The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll is made up of student-athletes with at least a 3.0 grade-pointaverage for the semester. Those listed on the Dean’s List also receive this honor.

Men Manuel BarroetavenaF Stephen CroffordSF William DisterdickSF Pavels GrigorjevsF Sam ParfittSF Tyler PullenS Chris SmithS Jackson TresnanSF Gordon RudellS Rick van de BovenkampSF Women’s tennis head coach Jeff Clark (r) and volunteer assistant Reaves Robinette (l) with 2011 graduates Annie Green, Grace Robinette and Beata Knizat.

Women Kaylene ChadwellF Alexa FlynnSF Jenna NurikSF Grace RobinetteS Shaina SinghSF Briana WishingSF Diana ZoraSF

Men

Women Charlotte BossyF Annie GreenS

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Mocs Success

Academically, Athletically & Socially Athletically

Over the last five years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their third-best showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2010-11. • Four SoCon Team Championships • Six Teams Represented in the Postseason • One All-American • One Academic All-American • Five Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • Three Southern Conference Coaches of the Year • Eight All-Region Performers • 45 All-SoCon Performers

Cross country’s Emmanuel Kirwa won his fourth The women’s golf team won its secondconference race, third in the SoCon, and was the straight SoCon title and advanced to the NCAAs for the third year in a row. SoCon Runner of the Year for the third time.

The softball team won its fifth-straight SoCon Junior Stephan Jaeger was the SoCon Men’s Sophomore Paula Passmore was the 2010 SoTitle and advanced to the finals of the NCAA Golfer of the Year for the second year in a row, Con Volleyball Libero of the Year after leading leading the Mocs back to the NCAAs. the league with 5.45 digs per set. Regionals for the first time.

Sophomore Jenna Nurik won the SoCon The Mocs wrestlers have won seven-straight Bailey Dewart returned from numerous injuSportsmanship Award and was a second team SoCon titles and are riding a 35-match winning ries to earn the SoCon Ann Lashly Inspiration streak in league action. Award. all-conference selection.

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academically

The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last two semesters. • Wrestling had four student-athletes make the NWCA All-Academic team, tying for the most in the nation. • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in each of the last five semesters. • Men’s cross country’s 3.52 team g.p.a. tied for the ninth highest cumulative team g.p.a. in the nation.

The Mocs graduated 53 student-athletes during at the summer, fall and spring commencement ceremonies in 2010-11.

Jason McCroskey repeated on the NWCA All- All-American Joel Bradford was also on the Academic Team. Four wrestlers made the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team and the Acasquad, tying for the most in the nation. demic All-SoCon squad.

Courtney Barnes’ 3.93 g.p.a. in Health and Hu- David Moore earned the men’s Dayle May man Performance earned her a spot on the honor. He graduated with a 3.97 g.p.a. in EngiESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team. neering Technologies.

socially The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes are well represented in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The Mocs are always involved with local projects such as canned food drives, Bloodanooga and other activities throughout Chattanooga. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs also have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. The Mocs also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2010 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships.

Lady Mocs soccer student-athlete Danielle Barr gives instructions to local youth at the Girl Scouts Sports-A-Thon.

Members of the football team spent time in The softball team adopted Amanda Swartout local elementary schools, reading to the area as an honorary teammate through the youth. “Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.”

Men’s basketball senior Ricky Taylor talks to youth at a local clinic hosted by the Mocs men’s basketball team.

Wrestling senior Dan Waddell led his teammates in an outing to help the local Habitat for Humanity.

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What’s a Moc

what’s a moc? the evolution of the mascot

The Answer For more than a decade, this question has puzzled many fans and observers of Chattanooga Athletics. The UTC Athletics Department changed logos in 1997, moving away from Native American imagery to a package of logos using railroad images, the nickname “Mocs,” and the Scrappy mascot. The new package emphasized UTC’s connection to Chattanooga and the city’s railroad heritage and incorporated the Tennessee state bird. The term “Moc” is short for “Mockingbird.” Mockingbirds are fiercely territorial creatures which protect their Introduced in 2008, the new-look homes with courage, deter- Scrappy has a sharper and more modern feel, mirroring the growth and immination and skill. Those attri- age of UTC Athletics. butes reflect the intellect, spirit and character of UTC studentathletes and alumni. A Moc is a champion on the playing surface, in the classroom and, most importantly, in life. Scrappy Named after legendary football coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore, Scrappy, the Chattanooga mascot, is a fixture for the Mocs. A re-design in 2008 puts Scrappy in the image of the State Bird of Tennessee, a Mockingbird. The mockingbird is known as a fierce protector of its nest and environment. It is sometimes seen swooping down on a dog, cat or predator that may be venturing too close to the bird’s protected territory. Once described by “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon as “a sledgehammer wielding mockingbird with a heart of Blue & Gold,” Scrappy symbolizes that competitive passion.

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Why Mocs?

Faced with politically sensitive issues and in need of a stronger core identity to help establish a strong brand as Chattanooga’s Team, the athletics department embarked on a comprehensive identity program in 1996. A new direction for the athletics identity was determined, moving away from the politically incorrect Native American Indian imagery. Several identities have been used in the past. With the old nickname “Moccasins,” a snake was used in the 1920s and an Indian was used until the year of major change in 1996. A moccasin shoe was even used in the 1980s. In 1996, it was decided to adopt the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird, as the core of the new identity, while incorporating the strong regional imagery of Chattanooga’s vast railroad history. The mascot “Scrappy” was born and a new emphasis was placed on the athletics department’s role in the The “Power C” logo is the primary mark of Chattanooga Mocs Athletics. region. The committee also recognized the need for the word “Chattanooga” to have a great emphasis in the logo. The nickname “Moccasins” was shortened to simply “Mocs.” Thus established, Chattanooga could rebuild its athletics programs and initiatives around this new identity. And rebuild it did. Quickly establishing the identity program in February 1997, combined with tremendous success in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, UTC had positioned itself to reach for the next level. From 1997 to 2007, the primary logo was the mascot, Scrappy, riding a train. The secondary logo features the front of a train with the word Mocs built into the logo. This logo is affectionately called the “Cowcatcher logo,” referring to the front lower grill of the train that helped push objects from the train tracks. In August 2007, officials at Chattanooga updated the school’s marks. A new C logo, the “Power C” as it has become known to fans and alums, was created as the primary mark and is emblazoned on the side of the football team’s helmets. The secondary marks were updated with a more modern look, and a new font, unique to the school, is now used on the text areas of the logos and marks. In September 2008, Scrappy was re-branded to better match the image of a mockingbird and reflect the rich tradition of our state, our city and our University. New marks of the head as well as a full body were released. The program has also been taking special efforts to stay true to its color palette— The Cowcatcher logo has been recentwhich includes navy blue and ly modified, but is still in use by UTC Athletics. old gold.


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outlook

season outlook overview of the mocs in 2012

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men’s and women’s tennis teams are geared up for an exciting season of collegiate tennis. The Mocs and Lady Mocs are looking to continue the momentum of big improvements on the court from the 2011 campaign. Both squads return the core of their lineups and both has talented experience to lead their teams in 2012. The Mocs are trying to increase their win total for the third year in a row. Coming off an 8-16 season, Chattanooga posted its most wins since the 2008 season. UTC returns five starters while adding three newcomers. Chattanooga has no seniors on the roster, but eight juniors, two sophomores and a freshman. Leading the men is two-time All-Southern Conference performer Roberto Vieira (Bedfordview, South Africa). He went 12-12 at No. 1 last season, earning a spot on the league’s first team. Fellow junior Chris Smith (Johnson City, Tenn.) is set to return at No. 2 while classmates Stephen Crofford (Franklin, Tenn.), William Disterdick (Hixson, Tenn.) and Sam Parfitt (Norwich, England) will all battle for spots in the lineup. Sophomores Orlando Lourenco (Hixson, Tenn.) and Jordan Faith (Denver, Colo.) will also be in the mix for time on the court. Newcomers include a pair of junior transfers in Manuel Barroetavena

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Ankit Chopra (Chandigrah, India). Barroetavena joins the Mocs from Cameron University on Oklahoma while Chopra transfers from Chicago State. Freshman Pavels Grigorjevs (Riga, Latvia) is the other newcomer. All three are expected to work their way into the lineup. The Lady Mocs went 11-11 last season, their best record since 2006. UTC also was 6-5 in SoCon action, moving up to fifth in the league. After going 3-7 in SoCon play in 2010, the Lady Mocs improved a full three games in league matches last season. That is the biggest jump for the program since posting a 2-5 mark in 1993 and following that with a 7-2 SoCon record in 1994.

cord, and a 22-9 doubles mark. She was 12-9 at No. 4. Hangstefer played most of the season at No. 3 where she was 6-10. Bossy was 8-8 at No. 5 while Wishing was 1-0 in her only appearance in a dual match. Sophomore Alexa Flynn (Memphis, Tenn.) had a strong first year, earning a spot on the SoCon All-Freshman team. She was 11-11 in dual matches and 1812 overall.

UTC returns two-time All-SoCon performer Jenna Nurik. A junior from Roswell, Ga., Nurik was 18-14 overall and 13-9 at No. 1 last season. She earned the SoCon Sportsmanship Award and was on the league’s second team. She also had a 20-9 mark in doubles play.

Freshman Kaylene Chadwell (Franklin, Tenn.) will push for a spot in the top of the lineup after a solid fall season. Fellow newcomer Claire Mulyadi (Semarang, Indonesia) joined the team at the semester break and will add depth to the roster.

Four seniors will also lead the team, including Charlotte Bossy (Koekelare, Belgium), Emily Hangstefer (Signal Mountain, Tenn.), Shaina Singh (Vancouver, B.C.) and Brianna Wishing (Murfreesboro, Tenn.). Singh led this group with a 17-14 singles re-

Expectations continue to grow for both the Mocs and Lady Mocs as the programs move forward. Together they have 18 SoCon championships, but are working for the first one since the 2000 season. As the talent on the court improves, both programs are trying to work their way back to that championship tradition.

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2012 Mocs tennis

coaching staff

carlos garcia men’s tennis head coach

One of the most respected and successful coaches in the Southeast region, Carlos Garcia is in his 11th year at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During his career, Garcia has coached both the men’s and women’s teams at UTC, guided a conference Player of the Year winner, earned regional coaching honors from the ITA, worked with the U.S. Davis Cup Squad and had his team earn ITA Academic Team honors. Garcia has produced five winning seasons during his tenure at UTC and has the Mocs geared for much improvement on the court in 2012. He has coached eight individuals and four doubles team to All-Southern Conference recognition and has the talent on the squad this year to add to that list.

The Garcia File Born Aug. 3, 1964

Collegiate Coaching Credentials 2002-present Chattanooga, Men’s Head Caoch 2002-2003 Chattanooga, Women’s Head Coach 1999-2000 North Carolina, Men’s Assistant Coach 1999 ITA Regional Asstistant Coach of the Year 2000 ITA Regional Asstistant Coach of the Year 1994-1999 Tennessee, Men’s Assistant Coach Education Tennessee, 1987 • Bachelor of Science: Business

He kept Mocs moving in the right direction with the 2010-11 campaign. The Mocs increased their win total for the third year in a row, posting an 8-16 overall mark. Fielding a young squad that included only one senior in the regular line up, UTC recorded its most wins since the 2008 season. Garcia spent his first two seasons at UTC coaching both the men’s and women’s teams. He has focused his efforts solely on the men’s program for the past seven-plus seasons and has had impressive results on and off the court.

Fabian Bechara and Charlotte Goude were Second-Team All-SoCon selections in 2003 as were the doubles teams of Ontog and Thomas Knizat and Oulevay and Catherine Allen. Ontog, the 2001 SoCon Men’s Player of the Year and No. 1 singles champion, received the Buddy Hartsell-Don Bunch Sportsmanship Award two times and achieved an Intercollegiate Tennis Association ranking as high as No. 67. In the classroom, the 2001-02 men’s team earned ITA Team Academic honors, while James Dickerson and John Hangstefer were named ITA Scholar-Athletes. Gordon Ruddell and Sam Parfitt both earned ITA Scholar-Athlete recognition in 2010. Garcia’s collegiate coaching career began in 1994 when he served as a men’s assistant at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, until 1999. In 1999, Garcia moved on to the University of North Carolina to become the men’s assistant coach. The Tar Heels finished the season ranked 20th in the nation, and Garcia was named Regional Assistant Coach of the Year by the ITA in 1999 and 2000. Garcia took his coaching talents to a new level when he left North Carolina in 2000 to become the personal coach to Davis Cup standout and former NCAA singles champion Chris Woodruff for two seasons. He also coached Woodruff, a former Tennessee player, to his second ATP singles title at the ATP Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, R.I. Woodruff also had a quarterfinal showing at the 2000 Australian Open under Garcia’s guidance.

He led the Mocs to the championship match of the Southern Conference Tournament for two consecutive years, in 2005 and 2006. The Mocs had four-consecutive winning seasons from 2005-08, finishing fourth in the very competitive SoCon each year. Prior to accepting the job at UTC, Garcia was the teaching professional at Cedar Bluff Racquet In 2006 and 2007, Garcia directed the men’s Club in Knoxville, Tenn. Garcia is a 1987 honors team to 17 impressive wins and identical 5-4 graduate of Tennessee with a bachelor’s record in the SoCon. During that time, UTC degree in General Business. While a member produced two second team All-SoCon doubles of the Volunteers’ tennis team, he earned three tandems in Josh Bales-Mark Fynn and Badr tennis letters and was a member of the 1986 Bouabdellah-Artyom Vlasenko. In singles play, Southeastern Conference Championship squad. Bouabdellah had an outstanding dual-match Men’s Head Coaching Record season, registering a 24-2 record and a perfect A competitive player himself, Garcia Overall SoCon SoCon 9-0 mark in SoCon matches. and teammate Mark Harrison, won the Record Record Finish USTA National 35s Grass Court Doubles 2001-02 12-11 7-3 4th In 2005, the Mocs earned an 18-11 overall Championship in 2002 and USTA Indoor 35s 2002-03 8-15 4-5 6th record. Garcia also coached two second National Doubles Championship in 2005 with team All-SoCon performers in No. 1 singles partner Jeff Wright. Garcia and Harrison were 2003-04 5-16 1-9 T10th player Arturo Navarro and No. 4 singles player runners up at the 2005 National Clay Court 2004-05 18-11 5-5 T4th Vlasenko. Doubles Championships. Garcia finished fifth 2005-06 17-9 5-4 4th in August of 2006 in the USTA National 40s 2006-07 17-7 5-4 4th Under Garcia’s guidance, Jason Ontog and Grass Court Championships, while he and 2007-08 12-10 3-6 8th Cynthia Oulevay were both named First-Team doubles partner Eric Burke took fourth place in All-SoCon in 2002. Oulevay went undefeated in the doubles event. Born Aug. 3, 1964, Garcia 2008-09 2-18 0-10 11th league competition, while Ontog lost just once served for three years on the NCAA Southeast 2009-10 5-15 2-8 T10th in 10 matches. Ontog and doubles partner Tim Regional Selection Committee. 2010-11 8-16 2-8 T10th Kutschera were listed First-Team All-SoCon.

Totals 104-128 34-62

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coaching staff

jeff clark

women’s tennis head coach When the head women’s tennis coaching position became vacant in the fall of 2007, Chattanooga Athletics Director Rick Hart turned to a familiar face and proven winner: Jeff Clark. A native Chattanoogan and a former UTC head coach, Clark returned to the university on December 17, 2007 to lead the women’s tennis program. Hart said, “Jeff Clark has great experience as a teacher of tennis and a leader of young people. His teams have demonstrated what we are looking for athletically and academically, and he has always held sportsmanship on the court in high esteem.”

Clark’s success is showing on the court in his first four-plus years back at UTC. Last season, the Lady Mocs went 11-11 and posted a 6-4 record in Southern Conference action. After going 3-7 in SoCon play in 2010, the Lady Mocs improved a full three games in league matches this season. That is the The Clark File biggest jump for the program since posting a 2-5 mark in 1993 and following that with a 7-2 Born............................... March 1, 1973 SoCon record in 1994.

head coach Jim Thompson. Clark joined Thompson’s staff in 1997 and their coaching partnership proved to be an immediate success, leading the UTC men to the Southern Conference tournament title and the women to the tournament finals. Clark has enjoyed success throughout his collegiate coaching career. From 2002 to 2006 Clark served as the men’s assistant coach at the University of Mississippi, one of the top programs in all of college tennis. Working with legendary coach Billy Chadwick, he helped coach the Rebels to four consecutive top-ten national team rankings, back-toback SEC team titles, four SEC West titles, one Final Four appearance, and numerous All-American singles and doubles honors. One of his Ole Miss players, Catalin Gard, achieved the number one singles ranking in college tennis during the 2004-05 season. In 2006 Clark was named ITA Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year and thus nominated for ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year.

Family In addition to his college coaching, Clark Wife...................................Laura Brown Chattanooga’s 6-4 SoCon tally and fifth place has mentored and developed many junior Childern..............Peter, Caroline, Henry finish were its best marks since placing fourth tennis players. He has worked with the tennis

with the same league mark in 2004. UTC’s 11 programs at The McCallie School from 1995wins are the most since going 11-14 in 2006. 1997 and, more recently, from 2006-2007, Collegiate Coaching Credentials coaching alongside Eric Voges, one of the 2008-present Clark served as head coach for both the men’s top junior coaches in the Southeast. In 2001, Chattanooga, Women’s Head Caoch and women’s tennis teams at UTC from 1998- Clark created a unique tennis program at 2002-2006 2001. During that time his men captured the the Bethlehem Community Center, a school Ole Miss, Men’s Assistant Coach 2000 Southern Conference tournament title, and sports facility for inner-city youth in 1999-2001 earning the university’s only NCAA Division Chattanooga. Chattanooga, Women’s Head Caoch I tennis tournament bid. That same year he guided his women’s squad to the SoCon Clark is a 1995 graduate of Vanderbilt Chattanooga, Men’s Head Caoch Tournament finals. In the spring of 1999, his University, where he earned a Bachelor of 1997-1998 Chattanooga, Asst. Men’s & Women’s Coach first season as head coach, the men’s squad Arts degree in English. While a member reached the conference tournament final. of the Commodore tennis team, Clark led Education Clark has over 100 combined wins as head Vanderbilt to its first-ever NCAA Regional as Vanderbilt, 1995 coach of the men’s and women’s teams at the team captain his senior year. He played • Bachelor of Arts: English UTC. number four singles and number one doubles Chattanooga, 2000 that season. After college Clark competed Among his other accomplishments at UTC, professionally, participating in ITF satellites • Master of Arts: English Literature he has coached four singles players and four and money tournaments in Europe and Women’s Head Coaching Record Overall SoCon SoCon doubles teams to All-SoCon honors. One of competing for his club team in Germany, TC those players, Jason Ontog, was a two-time Philippsburg, where he played in 1997 and Record Record Finish All-SoCon selection and the 2001 conference 1998. 1998-99 17-6 7-2 3rd Player of the Year. Clark’s women’s team 1999-00 14-10 7-2 3rd maintained the highest grade point average During his first stint coaching at UTC from 2000-01 12-11 6-3 4th among all UTC athletics teams from 1999 to 1997 to 2001, he earned his master’s degree 2007-08 8-12 2-7 8th 2001, and the 2001 squad was honored as an in English Literature from the university. ITA All-Academic Team. Clark, 39, is married to the former Laura 2008-09 8-15 2-8 9th Brown of Signal Mountain, Tenn. The couple 2009-10 9-13 3-7 8th Prior to his head coaching stint at UTC, has three children: Peter, Caroline and Henry. 2010-11 11-11 6-4 5th Clark was a Mocs assistant under former They reside in Chattanooga.

Totals 79-78 33-33

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staff/rosters

men’s tennis roster

Peter sauska

Name

Men’s Assistant Coach 3rd Season • Chattanooga ‘09

Manuel Barroetavena 6-0 Jr. Buenos Aires, Argentina (Cameron University)

Peter Sauska is in his third season as an assistant at UTC. He finished his undergraduate degree in Business at UTC after a three-year playing career for the Mocs and is now in graduate school. Sauska was a first team All-Southern Conference singles player for the Mocs in 2009. He also earned second team All-SoCon honors in 2008. A native of Budapest, Hungary, Sauska was one of the top Hungarian junior singles and doubels players prior to his collegiate career.

Ht Yr

Hometown (Last School)

Ankit Chopra

6-3 Jr. Chandigrah, India (Chicago State)

Stephen Crofford

6-0 Jr.

Franklin, Tenn. (Franklin)

William Disterdick

6-2 Jr.

Hixson, Tenn. (McCallie)

Jordan Faith

6-5 So. Denver, Colo. (Grandview HS)

Pavels Grigorjevs

6-2 Fr.

Riga, Latvia

Orlando Lourenco 6-0 So.

Hixson, Tenn. (Baylor)

Reaves Robinette

Sam Parfitt

6-1 Jr.

Women’s Volunteer Assistant Coach 4th Season • Virginia Tech ‘07

Chris Smith

6-3 Jr. Johnson City, Tenn. (Science Hill)

Reaves Robinette joined the Chattanooga women’s Jackson Tresnan tennis staff as Volunteer Assistant Coach in the fall of 2008. A 2007 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Psychol- Roberto Vieira ogy, Robinette “brings a high level of enthusiasm and tennis knowledge to the Lady Mocs,” according to head coach Jeff Clark. Robinette lettered three years for the Hokies, where he played for former UTC men’s and women’s coach Jim Thompson. Prior to his time in Blacksburg, Robinette starred for coach Eric Voges at The McCallie School in Chattanooga.

6-0 Jr.

Norwich, England (Diss)

Apopka, Fla. (Apopka)

5-8 Jr. Bedfordview, South Africa (Bishop Bavin)

women’s tennis roster

Grace Robinette

Name

Ht Yr

Women’s Assistant Coach 1st Season • Chattanooga ‘11

Charlotte Bossy

5-4 Sr. Koekelare, Belgium (Royal Atheneum II)

Hometown (Last School)

Grace Robinette is in her first season as an assistant coach after a four-year playing career at UTC. Kaylene Chadwell 5-7 Fr. Franklin, Tenn. (Centennial HS) She was a three-time Academic All-Southern Conference selection and a two-time ITA Scholar Athlete. She also earned the Southern Alexa Flynn 5-6 So. Memphis, Tenn. (Houston) Conference Sportsmanship Award following her sophomore season. Emily Hangstefer 5-10 Sr. Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Home School) Robinette graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Health and Human Performance in the spring of 2011.

Claire Mulyadi

5-3 Fr. Semarang, Indonesia (Karangturi HS)

Jenna Nurik

5-4 Jr.

countess davis

Shaina Singh

5-4 Sr. Vancouver, B.C. (Point Grey)

Athletic Trainer 2nd Season • Alabama ‘10

Brianna Wishing

5-5 Sr. Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Siegel)

Countess Davis is in her second season at UTC after completing her undergraduate education in Athletic Training at The University of Alabama. She is currently serving as the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for Track, Cross Country, and Tennis while working on a Master’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

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2012 Mocs tennis

student-athletes

Manuel barroetavena

ankit chopra

Jr.-TR • 6-0 Buenos Aires, Argentina • Cameron University

Jr.-TR • 6-3 Chandigrah, India • Chicago State

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Went 4-4 in singles acFALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Went 5-4 in singles action and 2-2 in doubles play ... won the UTC Steven Baras tion and 2-2 in doubles play ... won the White doubles Fall Classic Silver doubles flight with Stephen Crofford ... flight at the Tennessee Fall Invitational with Roberto Vieira competed in singles and doubles at the ITA Regionals ... made the Dean’s ... won the White singles consolation bracket at Tennessee ... competed in List. the singles and doubles main draw at the ITA Regionals. PRIOR TO URC: Spent two years at Cameron University in Duncan, Okla., PRIOR TO UTC: Spent the previous two years at Chicago State. where he was a two-time letter winner for the men’s tennis team ... Aggies were ranked in the final top-25 in each of his two seasons ... two-time Lone Star Conference Player of the Week and two-time Honorable Mention AllLone Star Conference ... posted a 16-4 singles mark and 14-10 doubles tally as a freshman ... went 21-4 in singles as a sophomore, including 13-1 at No. 4 ... 10-3 in doubles ... finished his sophomore year No. 15 in the South Central Regional ranking ... 2008 graduate of the Instituto Manantiales in Buenos Aires, Argentina. PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1991 ... son of Alejandro Barroetavena and Damasia Tormey ... has one younger brother, Mateo ... majoring in Business Management.

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Chopra’s Singles Career Statistics 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. --- --- --- --- --- --- 5-4 5-4

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student-athletes

Stephen crofford

william disterdick

Jr.-2L • 6-0 Franklin, Tenn. • Franklin HS

Jr.-2L • 6-2 Hixson, Tenn. • McCallie School

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Won the UTC FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Won the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic Silver doubles draw with Steve Baras Fall Classic Gold doubles draw with Manuel Barroetavena ... went 0-2 in singles and 2-2 in doubles ... Roberto Vieira .. went 1-3 in singles and 3-3 in doubles ... made the made the Dean’s List. Dean’s List. 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 2-4 in fall action in sin- 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Had an 8-16 record in singles gles play ... posted a 2-2 doubles mark ... made the Athletics Direc- and doubles ... was 3-2 at No. 6 singles ... went 5-2 in doubles tor’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. with Trent Cobb ... Academic All-SoCon ... named ITA ScholarAthlete ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. 2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Went 10-10 in singles play, including a 3-2 mark in SoCon action ... held a 5-6 record in dual 2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Went 8-12 in singles action ... matches, playing primarily the No. 5 and No. 6 positions ... ended had a 7-9 mark in dual matches ... played all of his singles matches the season on a two-match winning streak ... 5-17 in doubles play at No. 5 and No. 6 ... went 7-9 in doubles ... went 4-8 in duals, play... partnered most of the year with Chris Smith at No. 2 ... made the ing mostly the No. 3 spot ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s List in the named ITA Scholar-Athlete. spring. PRIOR TO UTC: 2009 graduate of the McCallie School in ChatPRIOR TO UTC: Participated in club tennis where he was the tanooga ... guided the team to a 16-1 record and the team state title three-time Polar Bear Invitational Doubles Champion ... fifth place ... did not play as a junior after transferring from Soddy Daisy HS ... at the Southern doubles closed ... singles and doubles winner at the 34-0 mark his freshman and sophomore seasons at Soddy Daisy Tennessee State Open ... four-time honor roll recognition and on the HS ... also ran cross country at Soddy Daisy HS ... on the honor roll, Principal’s List at Franklin High School. gold card and faculty recognition list. PERSONAL: Full name is Stephen Childers Crofford ... born Jan. 11, 1991 ... son of Stephen and Barb Crofford ... father played tennis at Tennessee (1979-82) ... has two younger sisters, Alex and Gabby ... Alex plays tennis at Western Kentucky ... majoring in Political Science.

PERSONAL: Full name is William Gabriel Runner Disterdick ... born June 21, 1990 ... son of John and Desiree Disterdick ... father was a swimmer at Purdue ... has four sisters, two older and two younger ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

Crofford’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 --- --- --- 0-2 5-4 5-6 3-2 5-4 10-10 2010-11 --- --- 0-2 0-3 4-6 4-11 3-5 2-4 6-15 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-2 0-2 2011-12 Totals --- --- 0-2 0-5 9-10 9-17 6-7 7-10 16-27

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-2 Totals

Crofford’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 0-3 2-7 0-4 2-14 1-7 3-3 5-17 2010-11 0-1 6-7 3-3 9-11 3-6 2-2 11-13 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 2-0 2-0 Totals 0-4 8-14 3-7 11-25 4-13 7-5 18-30

Year 1 2009-10 --- 2010-11 3-3 2011-12 --- Totals 3-3

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Disterdick’s Singles Career Statistics 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. --- --- 5-4 2-5 7-9 4-5 1-3 8-12 1-3 0-2 3-6 3-2 7-13 1-6 1-3 8-16 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-3 1-3 1-3 0-2 8-10 5-7 14-22 5-11 3-9 9-31

Disterdick’s Doubles Career Statistics 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 0-2 4-6 4-8 3-5 3-1 7-9 0-7 4-4 7-14 2-8 1-2 8-16 --- --- --- --- 3-3 3-3 0-9 8-10 11-22 5-13 7-6 18-28


2012 Mocs tennis

student-athletes

sam parfitt

CHRIS Smith

Jr.-2L • 6-1 Norwich, England • Diss HS

Jr.-2L • 6-3 Johnson City, Tenn. • Science Hill HS

FALL 2011 - SENIOR SEASON: Did not compete in the fall ... made the Dean’s List.

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Competed in the singles and doubles main draws at the ITA Regionals ... went 1-5 in singles and 2-2 in doubles.

2010-11 - REDSHIRT SEASON: Went 1-6 in singles and 2-3 in doubles ... competed in three tournaments in the fall ... only compted in one singles 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 10-17 in singles play match in the spring before being sidelined with an injury ... recipient of the Coleman Lew Leadership Award from the Southern Conference ... made and 12-14 in doubles matches ... teamed with Roberto Vieira and advanced to the finals of the A1 doubles draw with two wins at the the Dean’s List both semesters.

UNC Greensboro Fall Invitational ... 10-7 record with Vieira as a

2009-10 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Posted a 5-13 singles record ... went doubles partner ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. 3-8 in dual matches, playing mostly at No. 4 ... 5-10 in doubles matches, including 4-6 in duals ... was 3-4 at No. 1 doubles with Ryan Pool ... made the 2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Went 11-17 in singles play ... Dean’s List both semesters ... Academic All-Southern Conference.

second on the team in singles wins ... went 6-13 in dual matches, playing mostly at No. 3 ... won the consolation Stallings Draw at the 2008-09 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Transferred to Chattanooga at the semester break ... went 3-8 in dual singles action in the spring ... played in the Crimson Tide Fall Tournament ... 3-19 in doubles action, including 4, 5 or 6 slot ... played No. 1 doubles in two matches with a 1-1 record ... was a 2-15 mark in dual matches ... played mostly at No. 2 doubles with Stephen Crofford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the also 1-1 at No. 2 doubles ... made the Dean’s List spring semester. spring. PRIOR TO UTC: Attended Diss High School ... Held a Norfolk county ranking of #1 ... All-time inter-county record of 19-5 ... Won the London Youth Granees, representing Sutton ... Finished third in the National Schools Championships with Cheam High School ... Awarded the Sportsmanship Award and Best Performance Award for Norfolk tennis ... Awarded by county Sports colours ... Represented Diss High School tennis team at #1 for four years and serving as captain ... Became the youngest Etcheberry certified Strength and Conditioning Coach ... Was a member of several teams in high school including athletics, football (soccer), rugby and basketball ... Carried a 3.6 GPA completed the LTA’s AASE Program and was a Prefect and School Councilor.

PRIOR TO UTC: 2009 graduate of Science Hill High School ... won the state singles title as a senior ... led the team to three consecutive state titles ... Science Hill posted a 41-4 record in his three years on the team ... named the school’s Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... four-year member of the basketball team ... all-conference in basketball his junior and senior year ... basketball teammate of current Moc Josh Odem.

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Darnell Smith ... born Oct. 22, 1990 ... son of D.C. and Dia Smith ... father played basketball at PERSONAL: Sam Thomas Parfitt ... Son of Imogen and Murray Parfitt ... ETSU ... majoring in Biology. Born April 27 in Norwich, England ... History major.

Parfitt’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 --- --- 0-1 1-3 2-4 3-8 1-3 0-0 3-8 2009-10 --- --- 2-5 0-3 1-0 3-8 0-5 2-5 5-13 2010-11 --- --- --- --- 0-1 0-1 --- 1-5 1-6 2011-12 --- --- --- ---- --- --- --- --- --Totals --- --- 2-6 1-6 3-5 6-17 1-8 3-10 9-27 Parfitt’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-3 0-2 0-0 2-3 2009-10 3-4 0-2 1-0 4-6 1-2 1-4 5-10 2010-11 --- --- 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-2 2-3 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 0-0 0-0 Totals 4-5 1-3 2-2 7-10 1-4 2-6 9-16

Smith’s Singles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 4 5 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 1-0 5-12 0-1 --- --- 6-13 2-7 5-4 11-17 2010-11 1-1 4-8 3-4 1-0 --- 9-13 3-7 1-4 10-17 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-5 1-5 2011-12 Totals 2-1 9-20 3-5 1-0 --- 15-26 5-14 7-13 22-39 Smith’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 0-4 2-7 0-4 2-15 1-9 1-4 3-19 2010-11 7-10 1-3 1-3 9-13 4-6 3-1 12-14 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 0-4 0-4 Totals 7-14 3-10 1-7 11-28 5-14 4-9 15-33

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student-athletes

2012 Mocs tennis

jackson tresnan

roberto vieira

Jr.-2L • 6-0 Apopka, Fla. • Apopka HS

Jr.-2L • 5-8 Bedfordview, South Africa • Bishop Bavin School

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Did not compete in the fall ... made the Dean’s List.

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Went 4-4 in singles and 5-1 in doubles ... won the White doubles draw with Ankit Chopra at the Tennessee Fall Invitational ... won 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Led the team with 14 singles the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic Gold doubles draw with William win ... 14-15 singles record ... went 8-1 at No. 4 ... won eight-straight Disterdick .. competed in the singles and doubles main draws at the during the middle of the season ... went 10-17 in doubles ... 6-6 at ITA Regionals. No. 2 with Stephen Crofford ... Academic All-SoCon ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Earned First Team All-SoCon honors ... 12-12 overall singles record, including 8-8 at No. 1 ... went 2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Posted an 8-13 record in singles 11-12 in doubles action ... advanced to the finals of the A1 main play ... went 6-11 in dual matches ... played most of his matches draw at the UNC Greensboro Fall Invitational with Chris Smith ... at No. 4 ... 7-12 in doubles play ... went 7-10 in doubles in dual made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. matches, including a 4-5 mark in SoCon matches ... went 3-2 at No. 3 with William Disterdick ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. 2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Named 2010 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year ... earned First Team All-SoCon PRIOR TO UTC: 2009 graduate of Apopka High School where he honors ... led the team with a 14-7 singles record, including 5-4 in was a three time district finalist ... won the district title two of those SoCon matches ... went 8-2 at No. 1 singles and 12-7 in all dual years ... state quarterfinalist as a junior and reached the semis as matches ... finished 9-11 in doubles play ... went 5-5 in SoCon doua senior ... posted a 21-1 record his last two years ... first Apopka bles. tennis player to make the state tournament ... two-time Central Florida Player of the Year ... member of the National Honor Society ... PRIOT TO UTC: A 2008 graduate of Bishop Bavin School in South named Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Africa ... also participated in swimming, golf and soccer. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 6, 1991 ... son of Peter and Janine Tresnan PERSONAL: Roberto Vieira ... born Feb. 10, 1990 ... son of James ... has two sisters, Emmalee and Kaley ... father played soccer at and Irene Vieira ... has one sister, Ana-Luisa ... majoring in MeBrevard College ... Kaley was a cheerleader at LSU ... majoring in chanical Engineering. Communications.

Tresnan’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 0-1 0-1 3-6 3-2 0-1 6-11 2-7 2-2 8-13 2010-11 0-4 4-6 8-1 --- --- 12-11 4-5 2-4 14-15 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --2011-12 Totals 0-5 4-7 11-7 3-2 0-1 18-22 6-12 4-6 22-28

Vieira’s Singles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 4 5 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 8-2 4-5 --- --- --- 12-7 5-4 2-0 14-7 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 3-3 3-3 1-1 --- --- --- 9-9 5-3 4-4 12-12 2011-12 8-8 Totals 18-10 5-6 --- --- --- 21-16 10-7 9-7 29-22

Tresnan’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 --- 2-5 5-5 7-10 4-5 0-2 7-12 2010-11 0-4 6-7 1-2 7-13 3-6 3-4 10-17 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Totals 0-4 8-12 6-7 14-23 7-11 3-6 17-29

Vieira’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 5-4 2-4 2-2 9-10 5-5 0-1 9-11 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --- 4-1 4-1 2011-12 6-6 1-2 0-3 7-11 4-4 5-1 11-12 Totals 11-10 3-6 2-5 16-21 9-9 9-3 24-24

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jordan faith

orlando lourenco

So.-1L • 6-5 Denver, Colo. • Grandview HS

So.-1L • 6-0 Hixson, Tenn. • Baylor School

2011 FALL - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Won the 2011 FALL - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Won the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic White doubles draw UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic White doubles draw with Orlando Lourenco ... went 1-4 in singles and 2-1 in doubles. with Jordan Faith ... went 1-5 in singles and 2-2 in doubles ... competed in the singles and doubles draws at the ITA Regionals. 2010-11 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Went 1-3 in singles, all in the fall ... posted a 1-5 mark in doubles play ... made the Dean’s List in 2010-11 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action in the fall the Fall. ... went 1-2 in singles and 2-5 in doubles in the spring ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall. PRIOR TO UTC: Denver, Colo., native who was a standout player at Grandview High School...graduated in 2009...played for head 2009-10 - REDSHIRT SEASON: Joined the team for the 2010 coach Steve Porter...attended the Advantage Tennis Academy in spring fall semester and redshirted the season. 2009-10. PRIOR TO UTC: 2009 graduate of the Baylor School in ChattaPERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Keir Faith...born July 30, 1991... nooga, Tenn. son of Martin and Gillian Faith...has two younger sisters, Abbey and Katie...majoring in Finance. PERSONAL: Orlando Antonio Lourenco ... born Aug, 26, 1990 ... son of Orlando and Yalila Lourenco ... has one brother, Diego ... undecided on a major ... father played tennis at UTC from 1982-85 and was the Southern Conference Men’s Player of the Year in 1985.

Faith’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-3 1-3 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-4 1-4 Totals --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 2-7 2-7

Lourenco’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 --- --- --- --- 1-2 1-2 0-2 --- 1-2 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-5 1-5 Totals --- --- --- --- 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-5 2-7

Faith’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --- 1-1 1-1 2011-12 --- --- 0-4 0-4 0-3 2-1 2-1 Totals --- --- 0-4 0-4 0-3 3-2 3-2

Lourenco’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 --- 0-1 2-4 2-5 1-4 --- 2-5 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- 2-2 Totals --- --- --- --- --- --- 4-7

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pavels grigorjevs

charlotte bossy

Fr.-HS • 6-2 Riga, Latvia

Sr.-3L • 5-4 Koekelare, Belgium • Royal Atheneum II Ostend-Stene

Fall 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Competed in singles and doubles at the ITA Regionals ... posted 2-2 records in singles and doubles ... made the Dean’s List. PERSONAL: Native of Riga, Latvia. Year 2011-12

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Grigorjevs’ Singles Career Statistics 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-3 0-3

Grigorjevs’ Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 --- --- --- --- --- 1-2 1-2

FALL - 2011 - SENIOR SEASON: Went 4-3 in singles play and 5-1 in doubles ... finished second in the B1 doubles draw at College of Charleston with Emily Hangstefer ... won the Silver Draw at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic ... also won the Baras Silver doubles draw with Brianna Wishing ... won the Duckworth green singles draw at Clemson ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. 2010-11 - JUNIOR SEASON: Reached the 10-win plateau in singles with a 10-16 record ... 8-8 at No. 5 in dual matches ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall. 2009-10 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 8-17 in singles play ... 6-11 in dual matches, playing mostly at the No. 5 spot ... finished the season 5-5 in her last 10 matches ... went 12-13 in doubles matches, including 8-9 in dual matches ... 4-1 record when playing No. 2 ... posted a 5-5 mark when teaming with Emily Hangstefer ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s List in the spring. 2008-09 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Enrolled in Spring Semester ... 7-9 in singles action during the spring season ... played at the No. 3 and No. 4 spots ... 6-7 in doubles play. HIGH SCHOOL: Brings a wealth of tournament experience in Europe and in her home country ... Achieved a WTA world singles ranking of 778 in March 2007 ... Held a women’s ranking of 24 in Belgium in 2008 plays right handed, with a two handed backhand ... She attended Koninlijk Technisch Atheneum in her native Belgium ... She trained at TC Middelkerke and has extensive national and international tournament experience ... Coached by Danny Vandebroeke.

claire mulyadi Fr.-HS • 5-3 Semarang, Indonesia • Karangturi National HS PRIOR TO UTC: Native of Semarang, Indonesia ... 2011 Graduate of Karangturi National Senior High School ... semifinalist in doubles at ITF Grade 4 Tournament, Indonesian Tennis Championships, Jakarta 2010 ... finalist in singles at Central Java High School and University Tournament in 2010 ... semifinalist singles and doubles 16 and under, Wijojo Soejono Tournament, Surabaya in 2009 ... ranked in the top-10 in under 16 in Indonesia ... also played basketball, leading her team to a semifinal appearance in the regional tournament in 2010 ... coached in Indonesia by Paul Sindunatha, a former exchange student at Chattanooga’s Baylor School. PERSONAL: Full name is Claire Cynthia Mulyadi ... daughter of Moeljadi Hadiprodjo and Ninani Halimana ... has three brothers, Winston, Richard and Obert ... undecided on a major.

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PERSONAL: Charlotte Bossy ... majoring in Biology ... daughter of Ann Roose and Chris Bossy ... has one sister, Margot Bossy ... born March 26, 1990, in Belgium.

Bossy’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 --- 1-8 6-4 --- --- 7-12 3-7 --- 7-12 2009-10 --- --- 1-5 4-6 1-0 6-11 2-7 2-6 8-17 2010-11 --- --- --- 8-8 1-3 9-11 4-5 1-5 10-16 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --Totals --- 1-8 7-9 12-14 2-3 22-34 9-19 3-11 25-45 Bossy’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 1-5 1-2 5-2 7-9 4-8 --- 7-9 2009-10 2-4 4-1 2-4 8-9 2-6 4-4 12-13 2010-11 --- 1-2 2-5 3-7 1-5 0-5 3-12 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --Totals 3-9 6-5 9-11 18-25 7-19 4-9 22-34


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emily hangstefer

shaina singh

Sr.-3L • 5-10 Signal Mountain, Tenn.

Sr.-3L • 5-4 Vancouver, B.C. • Point Grey Secondary

FALL 2011 - SENIOR SEASON: Went 6-5 in singles and 5-3 FALL 2011 - SENIOR SEASON: Posted a 6-1 singles rein doubles ... compete in the main draw singles and doubles at cord and 4-2 in doubles ... finished second in the B1 doubles the ITA Regionals ... made the Dean’s List. at the College of Charleston with Charlotte Bossy ... won the Roberta Allison #9 singles flight at Alabama ... won the Silver doubles flight at 2010-11 - JUNIOR SEASON: Finished the year with a career-best 17-14 singles the Duckworth at Clemson with Alexa Flynn.

mark, including 12-9 at No. 4 in dual matches ... went 5-5 in singles action in the fall ... won five straight at one point during the spring ... had a 22-9 doubles tally, 2010-11 - JUNIOR SEASON: Finished with an 11-20 singles record ... played including a 7-3 mark in the fall ... was 10-4 in doubles at No. 2 ... won seven in a mostly the No. 3 position where she was 6-10 ... was 13-18 in doubles, teaming row with partner Jenna Nurik ... made the Dean’s List both semesters, including with Alexa Flynn at No. 1 where they were 6-9 on the year. a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. in the spring ... Academic All-Southern Conference ... ITA Scholar Athlete.

2009-10 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 16-14 in singles action ... 9-12 in dual action and 4-6 in SoCon play ... split time between No. 2 and No. 3 ... also 16-14 in doubles play ... posted an 8-1 doubles record in the fall with Jenna Nurik ... went 3-0 with Nurik at the Buck Bouldin Fall Classic ... teamed with Nurik to win the Chattanooga Doubles Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic ... went 3-0 in singles action at the Buck Boudlin ... won the Mocs Singles Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic.

2009-10 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 19-12 in singles play ... posted a 12-10 in dual matches, playing the No. 2 and No. 3 positions ... went 7-2 in the fall ... won the Blue Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic ... 14-14 mark in doubles ... went 5-5 in SoCon matches ... played mostly at No. 2 with Jenna Nurik ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... Academic All-Southern Conference ... ITA Scholar Athlete.

2008-09 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Member of the SoCon All-Freshman team ... Won the Flight B1 consolation bracket at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic in her college debut ... Partnered with fellow freshman Shaina Singh to win two matches in Flight A doubles at the Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational, defeating teams from Wofford and East Carolina ... Finished the fall season with a 3-4 record in singles and 3-3 in doubles ... 8-12 in singles action in the spring ... competed in the top-4 spots on the team ... also 8-12 in doubles action in the spring ... made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s list in the spring.

2008-09 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Southern Conference AllFreshman team ... advanced to the semifinals of the Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational Flight B with wins over East Tennessee’s Paula Jaime and Liberty’s Stephanie Brown ... also won two doubles matches at Virginia Tech, partnering with fellow freshman Emily Hangstefer ... missed the UTC Steve Baras Classic due to injury ... won one doubles match with Annie Green in Flight B doubles at the Ole Miss Fall Classic, defeating Kimberly Ferris and Kristin Fuller of Jacksonville State ... finished the fall season with an overall singles record of 2-2 and doubles record of 3-3. ... 7-13 in singles play in the spring ... 8-10 in doubles play ... named to the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall.

PRIOR TO UTC: Emily was homeschooled and did not play for an one team ... PRIOR TO UTC: Ranked first in the British Columbia U18 ... ranked in the Top 30 in the Canada U18 ... Named Co-Valedictorian of her class ... named to the Dean’s She was ranked seventh in the USTA juniors. List all through high school ... recipient of the Drama Club Award ... received the Citizenship Award ... recipient of the Gold Merit pin ... participated in soccer, volPERSONAL: Emily Hangstefer ... Business Management major ... daughter leyball and track.

of Jim and Pat Hangstefer ... Born October 26 in Chattanooga, Tennessee ... brothers John and Michael and sister Katie all played for Chattanooga ... Katie PERSONAL: Shaina Singh ... majoring in Biology ... Daughter of Kanwar Singh is the head coach at SoCon rival Wofford ... brother Daniel played for Lipscomb. and Veena Raj ... Born May 29 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Hangstefer’s Singles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 4 5 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 2-2 2-6 5-4 1-1 --- 10-13 5-5 3-4 13-17 2009-10 --- 4-7 5-5 --- --- 9-12 4-6 7-2 16-14 2010-11 --- 1-5 6-10 --- --- 7-15 3-7 4-5 11-20 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 6-1 6-1 Totals 2-2 7-18 16-19 1-1 --- 26-40 12-18 20-12 46-52 Hangstefer’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 4-10 5-4 --- 9-14 3-7 3-3 12-17 2009-10 5-12 3-1 --- 8-13 3-7 8-1 16-14 2010-11 3-7 6-9 4-3 9-13 3-7 4-5 13-18 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 4-2 4-2 Totals 12-29 14-14 4-3 26-40 9-21 19-11 45-51

Singh’s Singles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 4 5 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 6-12 1-1 --- --- --- 7-13 1-8 2-2 9-15 2009-10 --- 6-5 6-5 --- --- 12-10 4-6 7-2 19-12 2010-11 --- --- --- 12-9 --- 12-9 7-3 5-5 17-14 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 6-5 6-5 Totals 6-12 7-6 6-5 12-9 --- 31-32 12-17 20-13 51-46 Singh’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 3-5 0-2 5-3 8-10 3-5 3-3 11-13 2009-10 3-4 8-6 --- 11-10 5-5 3-4 14-14 2010-11 5-2 10-4 --- 15-6 7-3 7-3 22-9 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 5-3 5-3 Totals 11-11 18-12 5-3 34-26 15-13 18-13 52-39

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brianna wishing

jenna nurik

Sr.-3L • 5-5 Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Siegel HS

Jr.-2L • 5-4 Roswell, Ga. • Mill Springs Academy

FALL 2011 - SENIOR SEASON: Went 2-2 in singles and 5-1 in doubles ... won the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic Silver doubles draw with Charlotte Bossy ... made the Dean’s

FALL 2011 - JUNIOR SEASON: Went 8-3 in both singles and doubles ...won the Gold singles flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic ... teamed with Kaylene Chadwell to win the Baras Gold doubles flight ... competed in the singles and doubles main draws at the ITA Regionals ... advanced to the doubles quarterfinals at the ITAs with Kaylene Chadwell ... made the Dean’s List with a perfect 4.0 g.p.a.

2010-11 - JUNIOR SEASON: Finished the fall with a 3-3 singles record ... won her only singles match in the spring for a 4-3 overall total ... also went 1-5 in 2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Led the team with an 18-14 singles record, doubles matches ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. playing mostly the No. 1 position ... earned Second Team All-SoCon honors ... went 13-9 at No. 1 in dual matches ... became the sixth Lady Moc to win the So-

2009-10 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Finished with a 7-3 mark in singles play Con Sportsmanship Award ... teamed with Shaina Singh to go 20-8 in doubles ... went 6-3 in fall action ... posted a 3-5 record in doubles matches ... went 1-1 action, including a 7-3 mark in SoCon matches ... made the Dean’s List with a in dual matches at No. 3 ... made the Dean’s List in the fall and the Athletics perfect 4.0 g.p.a. both semesters ... Academic All-SoCon ... ITA Scholar Athlete. Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. 2008-09 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Posted a team-best singles mark of 7-3 ... at the season-opening UTC Steve Baras Classic won three straight matches to win the consolation bracket, defeating Lindsey Dillon of Kennesaw State ... won one round at the Ole Miss Fall Classic, defeating Jacksonville State’s Laura Lundy ... reached her first college tournament final with three victories in Flight E singles at the Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational ... made the finals of the two fall doubles events she played with two different partners ... teamed with Annie Green to go 3-1 in the Steve Baras B1 doubles flight ... reached the finals of the Hokie Invitational Flight C with Jennemieke van der Veek ... finished the fall with a 5-2 doubles record ... 3-11 in singles play in the spring ... 3-7 in doubles action ... made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s List in the spring ... earned the Sportsmanship Award at the Tennessee State Junior Qualifying Tournament in Chattanooga.

2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Named the 2010 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year ... First Team All-Southern Conference selection ... lead the team with a 21-9 singles record ... went 14-8 in dual action ... played every dual match at No. 1 ... went 5-5 in SoCon matches ... went 3-0 at the Belont Quad tournament in the fall ... posted a 7-1 singles mark in the fall ... 19-11 in doubles action ... played No. 1 and No. 2 doubles ... teamed with Emily Hangstefer to win the Buck Bouldin Fall Classic with a 3-0 mark ... also won the Chattanooga Doubles Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic with Hangstefer ... Mocs duo posted an 8-1 doubles record in the fall ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... ITA Scholar Athlete.

PRIOR TO UTC: 2009 Valedictorian at Millsprings Academy in Alpharetta, Ga... AAC singles champion in 2006...voted the MVP of Universal Tennis Academy in 2009...four-star rating and the No. 46 recruit on the national list, No. 14 in the southeast and No. 3 in Georgia for the girl’s class of 2009 by TennisRecruiting. net...No. 6 in Georgia among the girl’s 18’s combined singles and doubles players PRIOR TO UTC: Attended Seigel High School in Murfreesboro ... team won byt the USTA...ranked No. 21 in the Southern Division and No. 10 in Georgia in the 2008 State Championship ... was doubles Runners-Up in 2008 ... member singles by the USTA...academically she earned the Georgia Certificate of Merit as a junior, was the student of the year as a freshman and junior and won the Presiof the soccer team. dent’s Award for Excellence all four years of high school.

PERSONAL: Brianna Wishing ... Exercise Science major ... born August 27 in PERSONAL: Born March 23, 1991...daughter of Rich and Judy Nurik...has one Pensacola, Florida ... daughter of Ans and Julie Wishing ... brother Kyle plays younger sister, Chloe...father played soccer at Penn in 1972...majoring in Psycholfor Middle Tennessee. ogy...she considers herself a ‘master’ of movie quotes. Wishing’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 --- --- --- 1-6 3-7 4-13 2-7 7-3 11-16 2009-10 --- --- --- --- 1-0 1-0 --- 6-3 7-3 2010-11 --- --- --- --- 1-0 1-0 --- 4-3 4-3 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 2-2 2-2 Totals --- --- --- 1-6 5-7 6-13 2-7 19-11 24-24 Wishing’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2008-09 --- 0-1 3-4 3-5 0-1 5-2 8-7 2009-10 --- --- 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-4 3-5 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --- 1-5 1-5 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 5-1 5-1 Totals --- 0-1 4-5 4-6 0-2 13-12 18-18

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Nurik’s Singles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 4 5 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2009-10 14-8 --- --- --- --- 14-8 5-5 7-1 21-9 2010-11 13-9 --- --- --- --- 13-9 5-5 5-5 18-14 --- --- --- --- --- --- 8-3 8-3 2011-12 --- Totals 27-17 --- --- --- --- 27-17 10-10 20-9 47-26 Year 1 2009-10 4-6 2010-11 5-2 2011-12 --- Totals 9-8

Nurik’s Doubles Career Statistics 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 7-4 --- 11-10 5-5 8-1 19-11 10-4 --- 15-6 7-3 5-3 20-9 --- --- --- --- 8-3 8-3 17-8 --- 26-16 12-8 21-7 47-23


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alexa flynn

kaylene chadwell

So.-1L • 5-6 Memphis, Tenn. • Houston HS

So.-1L • 6-0 Hixson, Tenn. • Baylor School

FALL 2011 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Went 6-2 in sinFALL 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Posted a 5-4 gles and doubles in the fall ... won the A2 singles draw record in singles play and 9-2 in doubles action ... at the College of Charleston ... also runner up in doubles went 8-1 in doubles with partner Jenna Nurik ... finished second with Kaylene Chadwell ... won the No. 2 doubles flight with Emily Hangstefer in the A2 doubles at the College of Charleston with Alexa Flynn ... at Clemson’s Duckworth Fall Classic ... competed in the ITA Regional main won the Gold Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Memorial Classic with draw singles and doubles ... made the Dean’s List. 2010-11 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Tied for the team lead with an 18-12 singles record playing mostly No. 2 ... named to the SoCon All-Freshman team ... posted a 7-1 mark in the fall in singles play ... went 3-0 to win her draw at the Buck Bouldin Fall Classic in her collegiate debut ... won the North Shore Flight at the UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic ... also won the Kennesaw State Fall Classic A2 Singles Flight ... went 4-4 in doubles action ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... ITA Scholar Athlete.

Jenna Nurik ... competed in the main draw singles and doubles at the ITA Regionals ... advanced to the doubles quarterfinals at the ITAs ... made the Dean’s List.

PRIOR TO UTC: Back-to-back Tennessee 3A State Champion at Centennial High School in Franklin, Tenn. ... played for head coach Bill Riddle ... one of the top tennis recruits in Tennessee ... won the National Open in Birmingham, Ala., in July 2009 ... Tennessee State PRIOT TO UTC: 2010 graduate of Houston High School in Memphis, Tenn Qualifying Champion in the 18s in singles and doubles in 2010 and ... a three-star recruit and No. 3 in the state according to TennisRecruit- the 16s in 2009. won the Williamson Herald/John Maher Scholar ing.net ... played out of the prestigious junior development program at the Athlete of the Month for April 2011. Racquet Club of Memphis under the direction of coach Peter Lebedevs ... advanced to the finals of the Tennessee State Junior Qualifying tournament PERSONAL: Full name is Kaylene Paige Chadwell ... daughter of in 2009 ... also reached the Round of 32 in the main draw at the Southern Glen and Paula Chadwell ... born April 13, 1993 ... has one older Closed Championships in Little Rock, Ark., one of the top junior tournaments brother, Ian, who plays tennis at Alabama ... undecided on a major. in the USTA Southern Region. PERSONAL: Alexa Flynn ... born Sept. 4, 1991 ... plans to major in Political Science. Flynn’s Singles Career Statistics Year 2 3 4 5 6 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 7-9 4-2 --- --- --- 11-11 4-6 7-1 18-12 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 6-2 6-2 Totals 7-9 4-2 --- --- --- 11-11 4-6 13-3 24-14 Flynn’s Doubles Career Statistics Year 1 2 3 Dual SoCon Tour. Tot. 2010-11 6-9 3-2 0-2 9-13 3-7 4-4 13-17 2011-12 --- --- --- --- --- 5-2 5-2 Totals 6-9 3-2 0-2 0-13 3-7 9-6 18-19

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2010-11 results final stats from the 2010-11 season 2010-11 women’s tennis results Women’s Individual Results

Singles Overall SoCon 1 2 3 4 5 6 Charlotte Bossy 10-16 4-5 --- --- --- --- 8-8 1-3 Date Jan. 29 Alexa Flynn 18-12 4-6 --- 7-9 4-2 --- --- --Annie Green 6-5 2-1 --- --- --- --- 1-0 1-2 Feb. 4 Feb. 13 Emily Hangstefer 11-20 3-7 --- 1-5 6-10 --- --- --Feb. 19 Jenna Nurik 18-14 5-5 13-9 --- --- --- --- --Grace Robinette 1-4 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- --- Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Shaina Singh 17-14 7-3 --- --- --- 12-9 --- --Feb. 27 Brianna Wishing 4-3 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- 1-0 March 2 Diana Zora 8-11 2-5 --- --- --- --- 1-0 4-7 March 5 Totals 95-99 28-32 13-9 8-14 10-12 12-9 11-11 9-13 Doubles Overall SoCon 1 2 Charlotte Bossy 3-13 1-5 --- 1-2 13-17 3-7 6-9 3-2 Alexa Flynn Annie Green 6-15 1-4 --- --- 6-9 3-4 Emily Hangstefer 13-18 3-7 Jenna Nurik 20-9 7-3 5-2 10-4 Grace Robinette 4-11 1-3 --- --- 22-9 7-3 5-2 10-4 Shaina Singh Brianna Wishing 1-5 0-0 --- --- 4-6 1-2 --- 1-0 Diana Zora Totals 46-51 13-17 11-11 14-8

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March 8 March 16 March 17 March 23 March 26 March 27 March 30 April 2 April 3 April 7 April 10 April 13 April 16 April 21

WOMEN’S TEAM RESULTS

11-11 Overall, 6-5 SoCon (5th) Opponent Result Score Belmont^ W 6-1 M TSU^ L 2-5 at Alabama L 0-7 Coastal Carolina% L 1-6 Jacksonville State% W 5-2 at UNC Greensboro* L 0-7 at Elon* W 5-2 at Mercer W 7-0 Western Carolina%* W 6-1 at Lipscomb Canceled at Stetson L 0-7 at Rollins L 3-6 Lee University% W 7-0 Wofford%* W 6-1 Furman#* L 1-6 Tennessee Wesleyan%* W 7-0 at Georgia Southern* W 4-3 at College of Charleston* L 0-7 at UAB L 3-4 Davidson%* W 4-3 Samford%* L 1-6 at Appalachian State* W 5-2 vs. SamfordSoCon L 2-4

*Denotes SoCon match. Home matches played at the UTC Tennis Courts%, Hixson Racquet Club^ or the Champions Club#. #SoCon Tournament at the Champions Club in Chattanooga.

2010-11 men’s tennis results Men’s Individual Results

Singles Overall SoCon 1 2 3 4 5 6 Alexandru Butnarcuic 1-1 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- --Date Trent Cobb 9-10 1-1 0-5 3-2 2-1 --- --- --Stephen Crofford 6-15 3-5 --- --- --- 0-2 0-3 4-6 Jan. 21 William Disterdick 8-16 1-6 --- --- 1-3 0-2 3-6 3-2 Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Jordan Faith 1-3 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- --Matt Harris 1-8 1-3 --- --- --- 0-1 1-1 0-2 Jan. 30 Orlando Lourenco 1-2 0-2 --- --- --- --- --- 1-2 Feb. 5 1-6 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- 0-1 Feb. 6 Sam Parfitt Tyler Pullen 0-2 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- --Feb. 13 Gordon Rudell 0-2 0-0 --- --- --- --- --- --Feb. 20 Chris Smith 10-17 3-7 1-1 4-8 3-4 1-0 --- --Feb. 25 Jackson Tresnan 14-15 4-5 --- 0-4 4-6 8-1 --- --R. van de Bovenkamp 10-15 2-8 --- --- --- 4-5 2-7 2-1 March 3 Roberto Vieira 12-12 5-3 8-8 1-1 --- --- --- --March 6 Totals 74-124 20-40 9-14 8-15 10-14 13-11 6-17 10-14 March 10 Doubles Overall SoCon 1 2 3 Alexandru Butnarcuic 0-1 0-0 --- --- --Trent Cobb 7-8 1-1 2-4 0-1 4-1 Stephen Crofford 11-13 3-6 0-1 6-7 3-3 William Disterdick 8-16 2-8 3-3 0-7 4-4 Joradn Faith 1-5 0-3 --- --- 0-4 Matt Harris 1-1 0-0 --- --- --Orlando Lourenco 2-5 1-4 --- 0-1 2-5 Sam Parfitt 2-3 0-0 --- --- 1-1 Tyler Pullen 1-1 0-0 --- --- --Gordon Rudell 1-4 0-1 --- 0-1 0-2 Chris Smith 12-14 4-6 7-10 1-3 1-0 Jackson Tresnan 10-17 3-6 0-4 6-7 1-2 Rick van de Bovenkamp 1-10 0-3 --- 0-3 0-4 Roberto Vieira 11-12 4-4 6-6 1-2 0-3 Totals 37-55 9-21 10-14 8-16 9-14

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March 12 March 18 March 20 March 25 March 27 March 30 April 2 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 20 April 21

MEN’S TEAM RESULTS

8-16 Overall 2-8 SoCon (T10th) Opponent Result Score at Lipscomb L 3-4 at MTSU L 0-7 Austin Peay^ L 1-6 at Memphis L 0-7 Tennessee Tech^ L 3-4 North Alabama^ W 6-1 at Georgia State L 1-6 Jacksonville State% W 5-2 Belmont% W 7-0 Lee University% W 6-1 at Davidson* W 4-3 Murray State% W 6-1 UNC Greensboro%* L 1-6 The Citadel%* W 7-0 Elon%* L 3-4 Stetson% L 0-7 Appalachian State%* L 2-5 at Samford* L 1-6 College of Charleston%* L 0-7 at Furman* L 1-6 at Wofford* L 1-6 at Georgia Southern* L 3-4 vs. Georgia Southern# W 4-3 vs. Elon# L 0-4

*Denotes SoCon match. Home matches played at the UTC Tennis Courts%, Hixson Racquet Club^ or the Champions Club#. #SoCon Tournament at the Champions Club in Chattanooga.


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all-americans

all-americans top mocs in school history

Men’s Tennis All-Americans Name Years George Dickerson (NCAA Champion)........... 1966 Haroon Ismail................................................ 1976 Rob Castori-Haroon Ismail...................... 1975, 76 Park Lockrow-Paul Press.............................. 1976 Paul Press (Doubles).................................... 1977

Paul Press was a doubles All-American in 1977.

Haroon Ismail was a singles All-American in 1976 and a doubles AllAmerican in 1975 and 1976.

Women’s Tennis All-Americans Name Years Billie Abney.................................................... 1977 Phyllis Blackwell................................ 1977, 78, 79 Elizabeth Sharp................................. 1977, 78, 79 Susan Carson................................................ 1978 Sue McCulluch was a three-time All-American.

Lori Massengill was an All-American in 1984.

Julie Dunn..................................................... 1978 Kathy Kolankiewicz................................. 1978, 79 Sue Tuberville................................................ 1979 Linda Baron................................................... 1979 Dana Rapport................................................ 1979 Sue McCulloch.................................. 1983, 84, 85 Lori Massengill.............................................. 1984 Pam Yates............................................... 1984, 85

Pam Yates was a twotime All-American.

Christine Picher....................................... 1984, 85 Heidi Narborough.......................................... 1986

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socon champions

socon champs mocs in conference history

Men’s Tennis SoCon Individual Champions No. 1 Singles Years Ken Koelling.............................1978 George Jarck............................1980 Phillip Tuckniss.........................1983 Scott Zaccaria..........................1984 Orlando Lourenco.....................1985 Andy Kim..................................1988 Phillipe Signore........................1989 Gwinyal Tongoona....................1994

Stewart Lawwill...................1980, 83 Orlando Lourenco.....................1982 Phillpe Signore.........................1988

No. 2 Singles Years Ken Koelling.............................1980 Phillip Tuckniss.........................1981 Orlando Lourenco.....................1984 Rodolfo Benitez........................1989

No. 1 Doubles Years Keolling-Waters........................1979 Jarck-Tuckniss..........................1980 Zaccaria-Dean..........................1982 Tuckniss-Lawwill.......................1983 Zaccaria-Lourenco...................1984 Lourenco-Waern.......................1985

No. 3 Singles Years Phillip Tuckniss.........................1980 Scott Zaccaria..........................1981 Orlando Lourenco.....................1983 Frederick Waern.......................1985 Rodolfo Benitez..................1987, 88 No. 4 Singles Years Russell Buchi............................1979 Stewart Lawwill.........................1982 Brian Redmond........................1984 Bill Kopp.............................1987, 88 Rolando Alpabaza....................1992 No. 5 Singles Years Dale Cochran...........................1978 Jeff Waters...............................1979

No. 6 Singles Years Russell Buchi............................1978 Ray Rothberger........................1979 David Breitkopf.........................1982 Martin Smith.............................1988

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988 1989 1998 2000

No. 3 Doubles Years Buchi-Rothberger.....................1979 Lourenco-Breitkopf...................1982 Skormny-Lipka.........................1984 Skormny-Redmond..................1985 Signore-Smith...........................1988 Benitez-Royal...........................1989 Bendict-Zeiter...........................1995 The 1980 men’s team won the third of eight consecutive SoCon titles for the Mocs.

1984 1985 1986 1988 1990 1997

Women’s Tennis SoCon Individual Champions No. 1 Singles Years Sue McCulloch.........................1984 Samantha Fletcher...................1989 Michelle Egan...........................1990

Lori Massengill.........................1985 Leslie Smith..............................1986 Meg Glass................................1988 Heidi Howell.............................1990

No. 2 Singles Years Pam Yates................................1984 Lori Massengill.........................1986 Samantha Fletcher.............1987, 90 Meg Glass................................1991 Kirsty Bennington.....................1992

No. 1 Doubles Years Yates-Massengill......................1984 McCulloch-Picher.....................1985 Massengill-Bednar....................1986

No. 3 Singles Years Christine Picher..................1984, 85 Susan Bednar...........................1986 Meg Glass................................1990 No. 4 Singles Years Lori Massengill.........................1984 Heidi Narborough.....................1985 Melody Partrick.........................1988 No. 5 Singles Years Kathy Tanzini............................1984 Sabine terRiet...........................1985 Michell LeRoux.........................1988 Melody Partrick.........................1991

Susan Bednar won a doubles and Kirsty Bennington won the No. 2 No. 6 Singles Years two singles SoCon trophies. singles title in 1992. Susan Bednar...........................1984

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Greg Jarck won the SoCon No. 1 singles and doubles titles in 1980.

No. 2 Doubles Years Tuckniss-Lawwill.......................1982 Zaccaria-Lourenco.............1983, 84 Signore-Smith...........................1989

Women’s Tennis SoCon Team Champions

Christine Picher won two SoCon signles and doubles titles in her career.

Men’s Tennis SoCon Team Champions

No. 2 Doubles Years McCulloch-Picher.....................1984 Yates-Massengill......................1985 Burrows-Narborough................1986 Fletcher-LeRoux.......................1987 Dunn-Kneidinger......................1988 LeRoux-Partrick........................1989 Ebbles-Fletcher........................1990 Glass-Howell............................1991 No. 3 Doubles Years Narborough-terRiet...................1985 Kneidinger-Smith......................1986 Glass-Howell............................1990 Ebbles-Partrick.........................1991


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socon honors

socon honors mocs in conference history

Men’s SoCon Players of the Year Scott Zaccaria..........................1984 Orlando Lourenco.....................1985 Jason Ontog.............................2001 Men’s SoCon Freshmen of the Year Gwinyai Tongoona....................1994 Genius Chidzikwe.....................1997 Jason Ontog.............................2000 Roberto Vieira...........................2010 Jason Ontog was the SoCon Fresh- Scott Zaccaria was the SoCon Men’s SoCon Coach of the Year man of the Year in 2000 and Player of Player of the Year in 1984. Bill Tym.....................................1979 the Year in 2001. Tommy Bartlett..............1980, 18, 82 ......................................83, 85, 88, 89 Men’s SoCon Tournament MVP Craig Hawkins..........................1998 Jesse Koti.................................2000

Orlando Lourenco was the SoCon Craig Hawkins was the SoCon Men’s Player of the Year in 1985. Tournament MVP in 1998. Women’s SoCon Players of the Year All-Southern Conference Sue McCulloch.........................1985 Samantha Fletcher...................1990 Anastasia Zhukova.............2006, 07 Michelle Egan...........................1990 Meg Glass..........................1990, 91 Women’s SoCon Freshmen of the Year Heidi Howell.......................1990, 91 Karolina Glowacka...................1997 Jacquie Ebbles.............1990, 91, 93 Cynthia Oulevay.......................2001 Kirsty Bennington.....................1992 Jenna Nurik..............................2010 Etresia Kruger....................1995, 96 Tracy Beard........................1996, 97 Dorota Glowacka......................1997 Women’s SoCon Coach of the Year Karolina Glowacka.............1997, 98 Tommy Bartlett...................1986, 90 Glowacka-Karabelas................1999 Jim Thonpson...........................1997 Daniela Greco....................2000, 01 Allen-Oulevay...........................2001 Women’s SoCon Tournament MVP Cynthia Oulevay.......................2002 Samantha Fletcher...................1990 Charlotte Goude.......................2003 Meg Glass................................1991 Oulevay-Allen.....................2003, 04 Anastasia Zhukova.............2006, 07 SoCon Sportsmanship Award Lindsey Ballard.........................2006 Melody Partrick.........................1991 Ballard-Zhukova.................2006, 07 Beth Henry...............................2000 Jenna Nurik........................ 2010, 11 Daniela Greco..........................2001 Bethany Everett........................2005 Women’s SoCon All-Freshman Grace Robinette.......................2009 Emily Hangstefer......................2009 Jenna Nurik.............................. 2011 Shaina Singh............................2009 Jenna Nurik..............................2010 Alexa Flynn............................... 2011

SoCon Sportsmanship Award Jordan Goetzman.....................2000 Jason Ontog.............................2002 Jason Ontog.............................2003

All-Southern Conference Rolando Aplabaza..............1992, 93 Gwinyai Tongoona....................1994 Craig Hawkins....................1997, 98 Genius Chidfikwe...............1997, 98 Goetzman-Koti.........................2000 Jason Ontog.......................2000, 03 Ontog-Koti................................2001 Ontog-Kutschera......................2002 Ontog-Knizat............................2003 Artyom Vlasenko......................2005 Arturo Navarro..........................2005 Vlasenko-Bouabdellah.............2006 Bales-Fynn...............................2006 Mark Fynn................................2007 Badr Bouabdellah.....................2008 Peter Sauska............................2009 Sauska-Vostrikov......................2009 Roberto Vieira..................... 2010, 11 Men’s SoCon All-Freshman Roberto Vieira...........................2010

Anastasia Zhukova was the SoCon Women’s Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007. She was also a two-time All-Southern Conference honoree. for the Lady Mocs.

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honors

mocs honors more awards and recognition

Men’s Tennis Honors and Awards NCAA Regional Competition

ITA Men’s Tennis

Knoxville, Tenn.........................2000

Collegiate Hall of Fame Tommy Barlett

ITA All-Academic Team 2002

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Tommy Bartlett ITA Scholar Athlete

Ivan Puollaos................1997, 98, 99

ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings

James Dickerson................2001, 02

Jason Ontog - National #67......2003

John Hangstefer.................2001, 02 Badr Bouabdellah...............2006, 07

UTC Athletics Hall of Fame

Razvan Axente.........................2007

Tommy Bartlett.........................1992

Gordon Rudell..........................2009

George Dickerson....................1992

Pavel Vostrikov.........................2009

Dr. David Edmond Hubert........1993

Gordon Ruddell........................2010

George Jarck............................1994

William Disterdick............... 2010, 11

Orlando Lourenco.....................1992

Jackson Tresnan...................... 2011

Phillip Tuckniss.........................1992

Ivan Puollaos was a three-time ITA Phillip Tuckniss was inducted into Scholar Athlete from 1997-99. the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame in 1992.

Jason Ontog.............................2010 Badr Bouabdellah was a two-time Razvan Axente was an ITA ScholITA Scholar Athlete in 2006 and ar Athlete in 2007. 2007.

Women’s Tennis Honors and Awards ITA All-Academic Team 2000 - 2001 - 2004 - 2007 - 2011

Karolina Glowacka was a two-time Maureen Parris was and ITA Scholar Athlete in 1999 and Scholar Athlete in 2007. 2000.

ITA Scholar Athlete Karolina Glowacka.............1999, 00 Beth Henry.........................1999, 00 Peita Horley........................1999, 00 Daniela Greco....................2000, 01 Katie Hangstefer.................2000, 01 Cynthia Oulevay.................2003, 04 Saskia van Velze......................2004 Beata Knizat.................2006, 07, 10 ITA Anastasia Zhukova.............2006, 07 Maureen Parris.........................2007 Jenna Nurik........................ 2010, 11 Grace Robinette................. 2010, 11 Shaina Singh...................... 2010, 11 Alexa Flynn............................... 2011 Diana Zora................................ 2011

FILA Collegiate Tennis Rankings Charlotte Goude - Region #30....... 2002 Oulevay-Van Velze - Region #13.... 2002 Southeast Region Team #13.......... 2003 Southeast Region Team #14.......... 2004 Zhukova-Ballard - Region #11........ 2005 Zhukova-Ballard - National #11...... 2006 Anastasia Zhukova - National #94.... 2006 Saskia van Velze was an ITA Beata Knizat was an ITA Scholar Anastasia Zhukova - National #23.... 2007 Scholar Athlete in 2004. Athlete in 2006, 2007 and 2010.

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NCAA Division I Individual Championship Competition Anastasia Zhukova...................2007 ITA National Coach of the Year Tommy Bartlett.........................1986 ITA Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame Alice Tym Tennessee Tennis Hall of Fame Elizabeth Sharp Tommy Bartlett Bill Tym UTC Athletics Hall of Fame Sue Tuberville Bartlett..............1994 Tommy Bartlett.........................1992 Phyllis Blackwell.......................1992 Marilyn Voges Brown................1992 Heidi Narborough Dettinger......2008 Elizabeth Sharp Henderson.....1992 Kathy Kolankiewicz..................1995 Lori Massengill.........................2007 Christine Picher........................1998 Candace Sue Reynolds............1993 Betty Grace Rush Robinson.....1993 Sue McCulloch Webb...............1996 Pam Yates................................1997


2012 Mocs tennis The Southern Conference, which began its 91st season of intercollegiate competition in 2011, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the studentathlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984) and becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s

Southern conference Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many

schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at

the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford.

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2012 Mocs tennis

chancellor

roger brown chancellor

Dr. Roger G. Brown, a proven academic leader and native Tennessean, is the 15th head of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His appointment as Chancellor was celebrated by the campus in February of 2006. Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the significant milestone of surpassing more than 10,000 students in fall 2009. Since taking the helm of the Chattanooga campus, he has promoted UTC’s mission as a metropolitan university with special emphasis in the fields of science, mathematics and technology. Brown has also pledged the campus’ commitment to teacher preparation, healthcare professions, business and commerce and cultural appreciation.

da Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center, while a new state-of-the-art library is under con- A strong supporter of athletics, Dr. Brown restruction. cently agreed to serve as the Chair of the Southern Conference Council of Presidents. Brown came to Chattanooga from the Universi- This appointment runs through the 2011-12 acty of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he ademic year. served as Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs since 2000. Previously, he had Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompserved since 1991 in various academic and ad- son, is also a committed community activist. In ministrative capacities with the University of addition to her involvement and support of the North Carolina at Charlotte. Brown left UNC university, she currently serves on the boards of Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost the Community Foundation of Greater Chattaand Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Af- nooga, Memorial Healthcare System, Jordan fairs. Thomas Foundation, Community Impact and Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga. A political scientist with particular academic emphasis in American government, Brown earned The couple has two children, Caroline and Ausbachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political tin. Roger and Carolyn also share custody of Science from the University of Tennessee and “Madeline Albright,” a rescued husky mix with the Ph.D. in Political Science from The Johns diplomatic immunity. Hopkins University. He began his teaching career at Iowa State University in 1983 before joining the UNC Charlotte faculty in 1985.

In 2002, Brown was appointed to the inaugural delegation of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Sino-American Leadership Development Training for Higher Education Leaders in China. He has traveled on assignment for the U.S. Department of State to Syria, Jordan and Israel. He also helped establish international exchanges with univerUTC recently completed a strategic planning sities in Germany, France, South Korea initiative that focuses campus efforts on the and South Africa. power of partnerships, especially relationships within the learning laboratory of Chattanooga. In Chattanooga, Brown is a member of In 2008, Chattanooga earned the Community Rotary International and has also been Engagement designation by the Carnegie named to the United Way of Greater Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Chattanooga Board of Directors, the Rivrecognition of its many successful partnerships erCity Company Board and the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce in the community. Board of Directors. He is a commissioner The campus facilities have also seen a tremen- of the Southern Association of Colleges dous upgrade under Brown’s leadership. and Schools and has been appointed to Among the many improvements include the the Southeast Tennessee PreK-16 EduDr. Brown and his wife Dr. Carolyn Thompson new Aquatics and Recreation Center and Bren- cation Council.

Dr. Richard Brown Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

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Chuck Cantrell

Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations

Dr. John Delaney Vice Chancellor Student Development

Terry Denniston

Executive Assistant to the Chancellor

Bob Lyon

Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. Phil Oldham

Vice Chancellor Provost of Academic Affairs


2012 Mocs tennis

director of athletics

rick hart

director of athletics

the last five seasons, more than any other SoCon school. • In 2008-09, Chattanooga posted school records with five teams competing in the NCAA Championships and 10 squads represented in the postseason. • Set a school record in 2009 with a 99th place finish in the NACDA Learfield Director’s Cup that measures the overall success of all Division I athletic programs. Three of the Mocs’ top-5 alltime finishes in the NACDA Director’s Cup have come in Hart’s tenure. • Captured UTC’s first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women’s sports program in the Southern Conference.

When Rick Hart came to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he brought with him a vision and plan for the future of the Mocs. Over the last five years, Hart has changed the landscape of the UTC Athletics Department with his leadership, organizational skills and innovative ideas on how to fulfill the Mocs’ mission of preparing students for productive and meaningful lives. Since his hiring on May 23, 2006, Hart’s efforts have made a tremendous impact on the Mocs student-athletes’ quest for comprehensive excellence – academically, athletically and socially. Academically • Shown continuous improvement in the overall grade-point-averages for student-athletes in each of the last six semesters - highlighted by a 2.97 g.p.a. in the spring of 2011, the highest semester mark on record. • Over half of the Mocs’ student-athletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll each of the last four semesters. • Developed and implemented an ambitious APR improvement plan that has increased the APR scores of all Mocs athletics programs. • Expanded the Compliance and Academic Services departments to help student-athletes progress toward the ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Athletically • Captured 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference over

Matt Pope

Senior Associate Athletics Director

Laura Herron

Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

Currently, Hart serves as a member of the NCAA Division I Championship/Sports Management Cabinet and the FSC Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee. He is active in the community is a sought-after speaker among the area’s many civic organizations. In addition to his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics, Hart has been appointed to the Board of Directors with the March of Dimes – River Valley Division, the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee and the Finley Stadium Corporation. He is also a member of the Chattanooga Downtown Rotary and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Leadership Club.

Socially • Focused attention on strengthening the relationship between Mocs Athletics and the UTC community. • Cultivated and maintained relationships with local and national press that has led to unequalled media attention for a program of this size. • Expanded educational programming for student-athletes, coaches and staff as part of a commitment to learning and personal and professional development.

Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart’s career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics DirecHart has also been very successful in the tradi- tor in 2006. tional roles as UTC Athletics Director. In an effort to ensure efficient and effective management Hart has also worked in athletics for the Univerof all elements of the athletics program, and to sity of North Carolina and East Carolina Univerbetter align athletics with the academic mission sity and has served with the U.S. Olympic Comof the institution, Hart developed and installed mittee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart earned a the Strategic Plan for UTC Athletics. A focus on bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, Health the student-athlete experience has resulted in and Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, increased ticket sales and fundraising, innova- also a graduate of North Carolina, are proud partive partnerships, improved athletics facilities ents of Trevor and Caroline. and the addition of quality coaches. A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart’s Managing finite resources in collegiate athletics father, Dave, currently serves as Executive Diis widely known as a difficult task. Hart made fis- rector of Athletics at the University of Alabama, cal stewardship a priority for the department and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., served in a since his arrival. With diligent leadership and a variety of roles within collegiate athletics includcommitment from each and every member of the ing a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern department, UTC Athletics has made significant Conference from 1987-91. strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution and adherence to university allocated budgets.

Andrew Horton Associate A.D. External

Mike Royster

Assistant A.D. Equipment & Facilities

Dr. Emily Blackman Dr. Jay Blackman Assistant A.D. Academics

Assistant A.D. Communications

Dr. Mike Jones Faculty Athletics Representative

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mission & Core Values

2012 Mocs tennis

mocs mission & core values

Our Mission We guide, encourage and support our student-athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for productive and meaningful lives. Core Values Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’ Respect: We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect. Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others. Premier Service: We work together to take care of people. Accountability: We are an important part of a great team. Continuous Improvement: We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

for all fans of mocs athletics and mocs club members The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department considers total compliance with NCAA and Southern Conference rules to be one of the highest priorities of our institution. We sincerely appreciate your support of Mocs Athletics and are committed to educating our fans and boosters about the rules that regulate your relationships with our student-athletes as even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Basic “do’s” and “don’ts” can be found in the Compliance section of our website, www.gomocs.com. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Marquita Turner, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS!

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Academically • 31 student-athletes had a 4.0 gradepoint-average in the Fall of 2010. • Over half of the Mocs’ student-athletes made the Dean’s List for the last three semesters. • 11 teams had a 3.0+ grade-point-average in the fall 2010, including men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track & field and volleyball. Athletically • Four teams won SoCon titles in 2009-10, including women’s basketball, wrestling, softball and women’s golf. • Six Mocs won individual SoCon titles or athlete of the year awards in 2009-10, including Emmanuel Kirwa (Cross Country), Shanara Hollinquest (Women’s Basketball), Stephan Jaeger (Men’s Golf), Josh Beard (Football), Anneli Uys (Outdoor Track) and Dean Pavlou (Wrestling). • Women’s basketball senior Shanara Hollinquest was named the SoCon Female Athlete of the Year. • Frank Reed (Softball), Russ Huesman (Football) and Colette Murray (Women’s Golf) were all named SoCon Coach of the Year in 2009-10. Socially • The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including Bloodanooga, Special Olympics, Race for the Cure, Chattanooga Area Food Bank, Breast Cancer Awareness Day and many more. • The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) has been established to encourage and develop student leadership.


MEN’S TENNIS 2012 SPRING SCHEDULE Date Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Feb. 29 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 Apr. 19-22

Opponent Time No. 71 RADFORD ^ 6:00 p.m. TENNESSEE TECH ^ 10:00 a.m. at Murray State 11:00 a.m. at Middle Tennessee 11:0 0 a.m. LIPSCOMB ^ 6:00 p.m. BELMONT ^ 5:00 p.m. GARDNER-WEBB ^ 10:00 a.m. NORTH ALABAMA ^ 1:00 p.m. % KENNESAW STATE 1:00 p.m. at Jacksonville State 1:30 p.m. • at Elon 12:00 p.m. • at UNCG 12:00 p.m. • GEORGIA SOUTHERN 1:00 p.m. • FURMAN 1:00 p.m. LEE UNIVERSITY 2:30 p.m. • at The Citadel 1:00 p.m. • at College of Charleston 1:00 p.m. • WOFFORD 1:00 p.m. • DAVIDSON 1:00 p.m. • at Appalachian State 12:00 p.m. • SAMFORD 2:00 p.m. SoCon Tournament TBD

• Denotes SoCon match. All times are Eastern and subject to change. All home matches in BOLD and played at the UTC Tennis Courts, Champions Club% or the Hixson Racquet Club^. Check GoMocs.com for updates #SoCon Tournament will be held in Charleston, S.C..

WOMEN’S TENNIS 2012 SPRING SCHEDULE Date Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 29 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar. 20 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 19-22

Opponent Time LIPSCOMB ^ 6:00 p.m. at Belmont 7:00 p.m. vs. Evansville(Murray, Ky.) 2:00 p.m. at Murray State 2:00 p.m. at Middle Tennessee 3:00 p.m. % KENNESAW STATE 1:00 p.m. at Jacksonville State 2:30 p.m. at UT Martin 2:00 p.m. MERCER 2:00 p.m. • COL. OF CHARLESTON 2 :00 p.m. • GEORGIA SOUTHERN 12:00 p.m. • UNCG 12:00 p.m. • ELON 2:00 p.m. • at Wofford 1:00 p.m. • at Furman 11:00 a.m. UAB 2:00 p.m. • APPALACHIAN STATE 12:00 p.m. • at Western Carolina 1:00 p.m. • at Davidson 12:00 p.m. LEE UNIVERSITY 2:00 p.m. • at Samford 1:00 p.m. SoCon Tournament TBD


2012 Chattanooga Tennis Media Guide