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Table of Contents

Quick Facts ................................................... 1 Roster ............................................................. 1 Administration ..............................................2 Coaches ..........................................................3 2006 Outlook/2005 Results .....................4 Meet the Bulldogs....................................5-9 Schedule ......................................................10 Awards...........................................................11 All-Time Lettterwinners ..........................12 Facilities ......................................................12 Charleston, SC ............................................12

HT 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-6 5-11 5-7 5-11 6-1

WT 150 178 145 130 180 135 170 190

CL Hometown So. Griffith, Australia So. Christchurch, New Zealand So. Amery, Wisc. Jr. London, England Fr. Hampton, Va. Sr. Puebla, Mexico Sr. Atlanta, Ga. Sr. Quatre-Bornes, Mauririus

2006 Summer Camp

Head Coach: Toby Simpson (Southern Mississippi ‘98) Assistant Coach: Grant Reynolds (Virginia Tech ‘03) Managers: Gordon Barnhill and Brooks Burns Directed by The Citadel‛s Head Tennis Coach Toby Simpson. Staffed by current and former collegiate tennis players. Camps will focus on fundamentals such as footwork, techniques, etc. Camps will also focus on tournament toughness and match play. All levels from beginners to tournament players are welcome. Adult camps will focus on doubles and singles play strategies. May & June - (Day Camp) Boys & Girls - Ages 6 - Seniors of 2004 May & June - (Adult Camp)

For more information please contact:

Toby Simpson (843) 953-4845

toby.simpson@citadel.edu

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2005-06 Roster

Name Daniel Doessetor James Eason Jeff Fretwell Derek Jose Martin King David Lara Nicholas Medica Ananda Sawmynaden


LT. GEN. JOHN ROSA

LES ROBINSON

President

Athletic Director

The Citadel ‘73

North Carolina State ‘65

First Year

Sixth Year

Citadel President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa was born in Springfield, Ill., Sept. 28, 1951. After graduating high school in Jacksonville, Fla., in 1969, he was recruited to play football at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. While at The Citadel Rosa was starting Bulldog quarterback in 1970 and went on to earn three varsity letters in football. He graduated from The Citadel in 1973 with a degree in business administration and was awarded a commission in the Air Force. A command fighter pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours, Rosa enjoyed an illustrious 32-year career in the Air Force. Among his career highlights, he was stationed in Lossiemouth, Scotland, as an American exchange officer flying the Jaguar for the Royal Air Force. He has commanded at squadron, group and wing levels at air bases in South Korea, Idaho, South Carolina, New Mexico and Georgia. He served as inspector general for Pacific Air Forces at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii and commandant of The Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. As deputy director for operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, D.C., he was in charge of the National Military Command Center and served as the military spokesman for the Pentagon when U.S. troops were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in 2002. In July 2003, he was named superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and in September of that year, he was promoted to lieutenant general. Rosa holds a master’s degree in public administration from Golden Gate University. He is a graduate of the Air Force Command and Staff College, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. And he has studied at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Combat Readiness Medal with two oak leaf clusters. He has flown the A7, A-10, Hunter and Jaguar aircraft, F-16, F-117A, HH-60G and HC-130. On Jan. 3, 2006, Rosa returned to The Citadel where he serves as 19th president. He is married to Donna Kangeter, a Charleston native. They have two sons, Jonathan and Brad (’03), and a grandson, Michael Bradley, who is the son of Jonathan and his wife, Elisha.

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At a school where leadership is taught and duty is part of the curriculum, The Citadel has the right person to lead its Department of Athletics in Les Robinson. A virtual Who’s Who in intercollegiate athletics and one of the region’s most sought-after speakers, Robinson begins his sixth year as the Director of Athletics. Possessing more than four decades of college athletics experience to his credit, Robinson, who also served as athletics director and basketball coach at North Carolina State and East Tennessee State, is only the fifth athletics director in The Citadel history. He served as the Bulldogs’ basketball coach from 1974-85, having spent the five previous seasons as an assistant coach. In his first five years leading The Citadel’s athletics program, Robinson’s skills as a proven fundraiser have already benefited The Citadel Brigadier Foundation. During the past five years, the school witnessed the opening of the Altman Athletic Center at Johnson Hagood Stadium and the addition to McAlister Field House for women’s athletics. The Citadel, under Robinson’s guidance, has hosted the Southern Conference cross-country championships, the first two rounds of the women’s basketball championships, the men’s and women’s tennis championships and the baseball tournament. A 1965 graduate of N.C. State, Robinson served five years as a Bulldog assistant coach under Dick Campbell and George Hill, and eventually spent 11 seasons as The Citadel’s head basketball coach from 1974-85. He directed the 1978-79 and 1984-85 teams to 20 and 18 victories, respectively. Robinson was named the Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year in 1979 and was tabbed South Carolina’s Coach-of-the-Year in 1979 and 1985. Following his tenure at The Citadel, Robinson became the head basketball coach at East Tennessee State, where he coached the Buccaneers for five years, increasing their win total (7-14-20-27) each year. The West Virginia native remains the only coach in Southern Conference men’s basketball history to earn league Coach-of-the-Year honors at two different schools, and he ranks fifth on the conference’s list of basketball wins. Robinson concluded a six-year term serving on the prestigious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, one of the NCAA’s most influential committees. The Committee is responsible for site selection for each round of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball championships. Robinson earned a bachelor of science degree in education and recreation from N.C. State in 1965 and added a master’s degree in education and guidance from Western Carolina in 1969. Robinson is married to the former Barbara Simon of St. Albans, W.Va. The Robinsons, who have maintained a home on Sullivan’s Island since coaching at The Citadel, have four children and seven grandchildren.


TOBY SIMPSON

GRANT REYNOLDS

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Southern Mississippi ‘98

Virginia Tech ‘03

Fourth Season

First Season

HISTORY:

A 1998 graduate of Southern Mississippi, Simpson also received his master’s degree in the spring of 2000 from USM. While completing his master’s degree, he served for two years as the graduate assistant coach for the Golden Eagles. Upon completion of his collegiate career, Simpson played professionally in Europe for one season. He played club tennis in Gremany and in many furures and mony tournaments. After returning from Europe in 2000, Simpson joined the USM coaching staff as a graduate assistant for two seasons. He then served as the Assistant Men’s Coach at Penn State for one season before joining The Citadel coaching staff. Simpson served as an assistant coach in 2002 for the Bulldogs before being elevated to the head coaching position. Simpson has posted a record of ----- overall, ---- in the SoCon over three seasons.

HONORS:

A talented collegiate player, Simpson was a three-time All-Conference USA selection at Southern Mississippi and was a member of the first team in school history to advance to the NCAA tournament. He ended his senior year No. 52 in the NCAA singles ranking, the highest of any player in school history. In addition to collegiate coaching, Simpson has tuaght and worked with many current collegiate players and nationally-ranked juniors, and is certified at the profesional level of the United States Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR). He has also recently completed the USTA High Performance Coaching Program. Simpson has also served as a hitting partner to some of the world’s best tennis players such as Jennifer Capriati, Serena Williams, and Justine Hennin-Hardenne at the Family Circle Cup held annually in Charleston.

HISTORY:

Reynolds came to The Citadel after spending two seasons as assistant coach at Richmond where he helped the Spiders to two Atlantic 10 championships and two NCAA appearances. While at Richmond, Reynolds shared the resposibilities of individual and team workouts, strength and conditioning, recruiting and summer camp instruction. Reynolds has worked with several top nationally ranked junior players and served as a coach for the Mid-Atlantic Junior Davis Cup team in the summer of 2001.

HONORS:

A former collegiate star at Virginia Tech, Reynolds led the Hokies to three Atlantic 10 championships and NCAA appearances, and a third place finish in the team’s inaugural season in the Big East. That season, he also garnered Big East All-Academic team honors while serving as team captain. The squad advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen his freshman year after his deciding match victory against North Carolina. Before attending Virginia Tech, Reynolds played four years at Clover Hill High School where he was named MVP for three years. In addition, he won the Dominion District twice and Central AAA Region his senior season.

PERSONAL: Reynolds earned his bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management from Virginia Tech in 200-. He is currently in the process of obtaining his masters in Sports Leadership while coaching at The Citadel. Reynolds is single.

PERSONAL:

Simpson is married to the former Kelly Lasher of Weaverville, NC. She currently serves as the Senior Woman Administrator in The Citadel Department of Athletics.

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With all six starters returning this season for The Citadel Men’s Tennis Team, the 2006 season could be one of the best in recent history for the Bulldog Tennis Program. Along with the senior leadership and the emergence of young talent off last year’s team the Bulldogs are poised to make a run for a SoCon title and NCAA Tournament berth. Although on paper they may look like a title contender, Head Coach Toby Simpson knows there is still much work to be done. “We have all six starters returning off of a fourth place conference team, but there are no givens in tennis,” said Simpson. “As a team we must continue to work hard and not rely on our talent alone. All of our conference opponents have improved over the course of the past year, as we have also, so it should be a fun, competitive year!” Seniors David Lara, Nick Medica and Ananda Sawmynaden are returning after solid performances last season and look to leave their mark on The Citadel Men’s Tennis Program in the form of a SoCon title. Junior Derek Jose has emerged as solid contributor for the Bulldogs in both singles and doubles. The sophomore duo of James Eason and Danny Dossetor are as good as any in the conference. Both were First Team All-SoCon last season as freshmen and Dossetor was tabbed Freshman of the Year in the Southern Conference. Both look to improve on the success of last season and lead the program for the next 3 seasons. “There will be a lot of competition for positions in the line-up,” Coach Simpson continued. “We have 3 or 4 players that could fill the No. 1 position, so it should make for some great challenge matches leading up to the season.” The Citadel’s schedule is as tough as ever as nationally ranked Clemson and Virginia Tech highlight the slate. Along with the tough SoCon schedule, The Bulldogs’ will face some great non-conference competition.

Overall (10-12) Southern Conference (5-5) SINGLES Overall Daniel Dossetor 12-10 James Eason 10-11 Derek Jose 10-11 David Lara 10-11 Nick Medica 8-14 Ananda Sawmynaden 4-18 TOTAL 44-75

DOUBLES Overall Dossetor/Eason 12-9 Jose/Medica 0-2 Jose/Sawmynaden 10-9 Lara/Medica 7-12 Lara/Sawmynaden 0-2 TOTAL 29-34

SoCon #1 #2 #3 #4 5-5 12-10 6-4 0-4 10-7 4-6 5-5 0-2 9-7 5-5 0-2 2-8 3-11 1-3 0-2 27-28 12-10 3-17 11-10 9-11

SoCon 6-4 4-5 4-6 14-15

#1 12-9 12-9

4

#2 7-12 0-2 7-14

#5 0-1 1-0 8-12 9-13

#3 0-2 10-9 10-11

#6 10-10 0-2 10-12


DAVID LARA

NICHOLAS MEDICA

Senior

Senior

5‛7”-135

5‛11”-170

Charlie Company

Barvo Company

Puebla, Mexico

Atlanta, Ga.

2005 ITA Academic All-American

2005 ITA Academic All-American 2003 ITA Academic All-American

2005: Served as team captian ... played to a singles record of 10-11 (5-5 SoCon) between the Nos. 2 - 6 slots ... in doubles, Lara spent most of the season partnered with Nick Medica ... the pair went 7-12 (4-6 SoCon) at No. 2. 2004: Finished season at 11-11 in Nos. 3-5 singles…Finished 8-15 in doubles with Warren Woolfolk…Went 8-13 a No. 1 doubles 2003: Finished his freshman campaign 11-13 at Nos. 4-6 ... completed the season 8-14 in No. 2 and No. 3 doubles with Warren Woolfolk.

2005: Went 8-14 (5-5 SoCon) at #4 and #5 singles ... in doubles, Medica spent most of the season partnered with David Lara ... the pair went 7-12 (4-6 SoCon) at #2. 2004: Received a medical redshirt due to a severe eye injury. 2003: Finished the season at 8-16 playing in No. 3 through 6 singles…Finished 12-13 in doubles with Lawrence Tere... went 12-12 at No. 3 doubles, and 0-1 at No. 2…Chosen as a Y.E.S. Clinician at 2003 NCAA tournament HIGH SCHOOL: 2002 graduate of Collins Hill High School

HIGH SCHOOL: 2002 graduate of C.E.N.H.C.H. HONORS: Awarded Player-of-the-Year and State Tennis Athlete-of-the-Year…30-2 record…team ranked No. 6 in Mexico…2004 TIAA-CREF Academic All-Southern Conference Honor

H O N O R S : 2 0 0 1 … 2 0 0 2 A l l - C o u n t y P l a y e r … S TA Sportsmanship Award…two-time state runner-up in singles…2 time Iron-man finisher: 2.4 Swim…112 Bike…26.2 Run… Coeur d’Alere 11:56:34…Madison, Wisconsin 11:36:15

PERSONAL: Born June 28th 1984 in Paris, France … son of Maria Esther Lara ... majoring in Electrical Engineering

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 28, 1984 in Alexandria, La. … son of Nick and Vickie Medica ... majoring in Accounting

ABOUT LARA: Favorite Professional Athlete: Andre Agassi…Favorite Movie: A Few Good Men…Favorite Television Show: Friends…Favorite Pro Sports Team: New England Patriots…Favorite Food: Mexican

ABOUT MEDICA: Favorite Professional Athlete: Tim Deboom…Favorite Movie: Rudy…Favorite Television Show: Seinfeld…Favorite Pro Sports Team: Braves… Favorite Food: Chicken

Career Stats Singles Overall 2003 11-13 2004 11-11 2005 10-11 Total 32-35

SoCon 5-6 5-5 5-5 15-16

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2

Doubles Overall 2003 8-14 2004 8-15 2005 7-14 Total 23-43

SoCon 3-8 3-8 4-6 10-22

#1 #2 0-0 8-13 8-13 0-1 0-0 7-14 8-13 15-28

#3 #4 0-0 3-7 0-1 0-3 0-0 9-7 0-1 12-17

Career Stats #5 8-5 11-7 1-0 20-12

#6 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-3

#3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2

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Singles Overall SoCon 2003 8-16 0-9 2004 Did Not Play 2005 8-14 5-5 Total 16-30 5-14

#1 0-0

#2 0-0

#3 1-6

#4 0-2

#5 2-3

#6 3-5

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 1-6

0-2 8-12 0-0 0-4 10-12 3-5

Doubles Overall SoCon 2003 12-13 4-7 2004 Did Not Play 2005 7-14 4-6 Total 19-27 8-13

#1 0-0

#2 #3 0-1 12-12

0-0 0-0

7-12 0-2 7-13 12-14


ANANDA SAWMYNADEN

DEREK JOSE

Senior

Junior

6‛1”- 189

5‛6” - 130

November Company

Charlie Company

Quatre-Bornes, Mauritius

London, England

2005 ITA Academic All-American

2005: Played to a singles record of 4-18 (2-8 SoCon) at Nos. 2-4 ... spent most of the season partnered with Derek Jose at No. 3 doubles ... the pair played to a record of 10-9 (4-5 SoCon). Junior College: 2004 graduate of New Mexico Military Institute High School: 2002 graduate of St. Esprit High School. HONORS: Played on Davis Cup team for Mauritius PERSONAL: Born Jan. 2, 1986 in Mauritius … Son of Darmoo and Ruby Sawmynaden … majoring in Accounting ABOUT SAWMYNADEN: Favorite Professional Athlete: Pete Sampras …Favorite Movie: Braveheart … Favorite Pro Sports Team: Soccer … Favorite Food: Indian

2005: Played to a record of 10-11 (4-6 SoCon) mostly at No. 6 singles with one loss coming at No. 5 ... played two doubles matches with Nick Medica before partnering with Ananda Sawmynaden ... with Sawmynaden, Jose had a 10-9 record at No. 3 doubles (4-5 SoCon). 2004: Finished season at 0-3 in No. 3 and 6 singles … finished 1-0 in doubles with John Williams HIGH SCHOOL: 2003 graduate of St. Bonaventures & St. Angeles HONORS: Played competitive tennis in both Junior and Senior National Championship in England and played ITF tournaments in Saudi Arabia, Scotland, and England PERSONAL: Born Sept. 11 th 1984 in London, England ... son of Alexander and Mary … majoring in Accounting ABOUT JOSE: Favorite Athlete: Muhammed Ali … Favorite Movie: Rocky … Favorite Pro Sports Team: England football … Favorite Food: Indian

Career Stats

Career Stats Singles Overall 2005 4-18 Total 4-18

SoCon 2-8 2-8

#1 0-0 0-0

#2 3-11 3-11

#3 1-3 1-3

Doubles Overall 2005 10-11 Total 10-11

SoCon 4-5 4-5

#1 0-0 0-0

#2 0-2 0-2

#3 10-9 10-9

#4 0-2 0-2

#5 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0

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Singles Overall 2004 0-3 2005 10-11 Total 10-14

SoCon 0-0 4-6 4-6

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0 0-0

#3 0-1 0-0 0-1

Doubles Overall 2004 1-2 2005 10-11 Total 11-13

SoCon 0-0 4-5 4-5

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 #3 0-1 1-1 0-0 10-11 0-1 11-12

#4 0-0 0-0 0-0

#5 #6 0-0 0-2 0-1 10-10 0-1 10-12


DANIEL DOSSETOR

JAMES EASON

Sophomore

Sophomore

6‛1” - 150

6‛3” - 178

Tango Company

Tango Comapany

Griffith, Australia

Christchurch, New Zealand

2005 All-SoCon First Team Singles 2005 All-SoCon First Team Doubles 2005 SoCon Freshman of the Year

2005 All-SoCon Second Team Singles 2005 All-SoCon First Team Doubles 2005 ITA Academic All-American

2005: Played to a singles record of 12-10 (5-5 SoCon) all at No. 1 ... paired up with James Eason in doubles and went 12-9 (6-4 SoCon) all at No. 1.

2005: Recorded a singles mark of 10-11 (6-4 SoCon) between Nos. 2-3 ... paired up with Danny Dossetor in doubles and went 12-9 (6-4 SoCon) all at No. 1.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2003 graduate of St. Joseph’s Gregory Terrace

HIGH SCHOOL: 2003 graduate of Christchurch Boys’ High School

HONORS: Ranked 18th in Australian Junior Rankings at the end of Junior Career … St. Joseph’s 1st IV Second in Australian National Teams Championship … 20002001-2002 St. Joseph’s College Champions … 1999 and 2002 St. Joseph’s College 1st IV GPS Premiers ... named 2005 SoCon Freshman of the Year.

HONORS: 2003 Singles Champion for Christchurch Boys’ High School … 2003 Cantebury 18/U National Teams Event Champion … 2002 High School Team 2nd at High School Nationals … 2003 Captain on No. 1 Ranked High School Team that came in 3rd at High School Nationals

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 21, 1984 in Griffith, Australia … Son of Mark and Donna Dossetor … majoring in Sports Management

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 24, 1985 in Christchurch, New Zealand … Son of Colin and Joanne Eason … majoring in Biology

ABOUT DOSSETOR: Favorite Professional Athlete: Don Bradman … Favorite Movie: Bad Boys … Favorite Television Show: The Simpsons … Favorite Pro Sports Team: Sydney Sans (AFL) … Favorite Food: Curry

ABOUT EASON: Favorite Professional Athlete: Andrew Mehrtens … Favorite Movie: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly … Favorite Television Show: The office … Favorite Pro Sports Team: Cantebury Crusaders … Favorite Food: Chicken

Career Stats Singles Overall 2005 12-10 Total 12-10

SoCon 5-5 5-5

#1 #2 12-10 0-0 12-10 0-0

#3 0-0 0-0

Doubles Overall 2005 12-9 Total 12-9

SoCon 6-4 6-4

#1 12-9 12-9

#3 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0

Career Stats #4 0-0 0-0

#5 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0

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Singles Overall 2005 10-11 Total 10-11

SoCon 6-4 6-4

#1 0-0 0-0

#2 0-4 0-4

#3 10-7 10-7

Doubles Overall 2005 12-9 Total 12-9

SoCon 6-4 6-4

#1 12-9 12-9

#2 0-0 0-0

#3 0-0 0-0

#4 0-0 0-0

#5 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0


Jeff Fretwell

Martin King

Sophomore

Freshman

5‛10” - 145

5‛11” - 180

November Company

November Company

Amery, Wisc.

Hampton, Va. HIGH SCHOOL: 2004 graduate of Kecoughtan High School.

2005: Redshirted ... did not see match action. HIGH SCHOOL: 2002 graduate of Amery High School.

HONORS: Four year letterman in tennis at Kecoughtan High School ... four-time First team PERSONAL: Born May 23, 1983 in Amery, Wisc. All-Peninsula District, 2001-2004 ... 2004 First team ... Son of B.A. and Joanne Fretwell … majoring All-Eastern Region. in Sports Management PERSONAL: Born March 13, 1986 in Hampton, Va. ABOUT FRETWELL: Favorite Professional … Son of Joe King and Judy Carey … majoring in Athlete: Andy Roddick … Favorite Movie: Top CriminalJustice. Gun … Favorite Television Show: Friends … Favorite Pro Sports Team: Colorado Avalanche ABOUT KING: Favorite Professional Athlete: Muhamad Ali … Favorite Movie: Blow … Favorite … Favorite Food: Italian. Television Show: The Simpsons … Favorite Pro Sports Team: Minnesota Viking … Favorite Food: Pizza

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Gordon Barnhill

Brooks Burns

Sophomore

Freshman

Manager

Manager

Palmetto Battery

Oscar Company

Miami, Fla.

Roscoe, Ill.

2006 Citadel Bulldogs

Front Row: (L to R) Jeffrey Fretwell, Martin King, David Lara, Nick Medica, Derek Jose, former player Warren Woolfolk. Back Row: Assistant Coach Grant Reynolds, Gordon Barnhill, James Eason, Ananda Sawmynaden, Daniel Dossetor, Brooks Burns, Head Coach Toby Simpson

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CSM Sylvan Bauer Tactical Officer Ninth Season

Command Seargeant Major Bauer is in his ninth season as the Officer Representative for the tennis program, and serves as the liason between the team and The Citadel’s Commandant’s Office. CSM Bauer currently serves in the Commandant’s Department as Program Services Coordinator. He is married to the former Wenda Rose Ockle of Whitter, Calif. The couple has one son, Sean.

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The Marion S. Lewis Tennis Award

Southern Conference Champion 1961

This annual award is presented to the member of the tennis team who has made the greatest contribution to The Citadel Tennis Program as determined by vote of the team, coach and M.S. Lewis.

NCAA All-Academic Team Award The Citadel 1997-98 ITA All-Academic Team Award 2002 - 2003 - 2005 ITA Scholar-Athletes Nicholas Medica .....................................................2003-05 Sebastian Padron ........................................................2003 Matt Stubbs .................................................................2003 John Williams ..............................................................2003 James Eason ...............................................................2005 David Lara ...................................................................2005 Ananda Sawmynaden .................................................2005

NCAA Academic Scholar Award Will Bagwell ............................................................................ 1997 John Laurel ............................................................................. 1997 John Laurel ............................................................................. 1998 Eddie Almada .................................................................... 2000/01 John Dougherty ................................................................. 2001/02 David Scates .......................................................................... 2002

Singles Champions Thurmond Bishop .......................................................1960 Monte Crook ...............................................................1960 Benny Varn ............................................................1960-61 Walter Anderson .........................................................1961 Jack Scott ...................................................................1961 Stuart Levi .............................................................1961-62 Rod Carlyle ...................................................... 1961-62-63 Perry Earle..................................................................1963 Roy Morgan ................................................................1965 Tee Hopper ............................................................1967-69 Randy Heffron ............................................................1968 Howard Hopkins .........................................................1968 Charles Hardaway ......................................................1969 Bobby McWalters .......................................................1976

Doubles Champions

Monte Crooke / Walter Anderson ................................1960 Benny Varn / Stuart Levi ..............................................1962 Perry Earle / John Tennant .................................... 1963-65 Randy Heffron / Tee Hooper .................................. 1967-69 Dave Bell / Phil Gaillard ...............................................1971 Todd Elias / Robert Webster .................................. 1989-90

1953................................................................ Louis Koester 1954.................................................................Garden Stetz 1955.................................................................Garden Stetz 1956......................................................................Pete Land 1957.................................................................. Carl Renken 1958................................................................. Joe Kennedy 1959............................................. Fred Bickus & Jim Jeffery 1960...................................................................Monte Cook 1961............................................................Walter Anderson 1962................................................................... Benny Varn 1963.....................................................................Stuart Levi 1964.................................................................. Roy Morgan 1965.................................................................... Perry Earle 1966.................................................................. Sandy Miller 1967................................................................... Tee Hooper 1968...............................................................Randy Heffron 1969................................................................... Tee Hooper 1970................................................................... Rhett Wolfe 1971........................................................ Charles Hardaway 1972................................................................. Philip Gilliard 1973..................................................................... Bob Kerbo 1974..................................................................... Bob Kerbo 1975................................................................... Mike Martin 1976................................................................... Mike Martin 1977........................................................Sandy Haltiwanger 1978................................................................. Enoch Booth 1979................................................................. Enoch Booth 1980....................................................................Philip Milne 1981.................................................................... Mike Davis 1982..................................................................Jordan Earle 1983.................................................................. David Burke 1984............................................................... Blake Harmon 1985......................................................... Bobby Crouch, Jr. 1986......................................................... Bobby Crouch, Jr. 1987...................................................................Brett Govett 1988...................................................................Tim Geddes 1989...................................................... Angelo Anastopoulo 1990..................................................................... Todd Elias 1991.............................................................Robert Webster 1992...................................................................Kirk Bonnoit 1993.............................................................. Michael Spake 1994.............................................................. Michael Spake 1995....................................................................Carter Clay 1996...................................................................Roy Francia 1997................................................................ Andrew Gess 1998....................................................................Matt Barlett 1999....................................... Cy Scammel & Chris Duncan 2000.........................................................Elisban Rodriguez 2001................................................................Eddie Almada 2002...................................................................Matt Stubbs 2003................................................................John Williams

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Alexander, John - ‘00 Allen, John - 73’ Almada, Eddie - ‘00-01 Anastopoulo, Angelo-‘86,87,88,89 Anderson, Rob - ‘85-86-87 Anderson, Sammy - ‘55 Anderson, Walter -‘56-57-58-59 Arnold, David - ‘98 Atkins, Greg - ‘98 Atkins, Malcom - ‘73-74-75 Bagwell, Willard - ‘95-96-97-98 Baker, Steven - ‘92 Barber, Danny - ‘86 Barrera, Rick - ‘80 Bass, Jordan - ‘01 Baumann, Wig - ‘63 Bell, Dacid - ‘68-69-71 Bennett, James - ‘00 Berrera, Rick - ‘82 Bertlett, Matthew - ‘95-96-97 Bickus, Fred - ‘56-57-58-59 Bishop, Thruman - ‘60-61 Blakely, Guy- ‘54 Blyth, Danny - ‘83-85 Bonnoit, Kirk - ‘89-90-91-92 Booth, Enoch - ‘76-77-78-79 Bovett, Brett - ‘85 Bradley, Steve - ‘73 Brady, Mike - ‘87-88-89-90 Brewer, Gary - ‘99-00 Bricklemeyer, Rob - ‘85 Broker, Paul - ‘57-58-59 Brown, Trevor - ‘90-91-92 Bunch, Tommy - ‘73-74-75-76 Butehorn, Chris - ‘92 Burke, David - ‘80-81-82-83 Burr, Mike - ‘77 Cale, Dino - ‘91 Carlyle, Rod - ‘61-62-63-64 Cetola, Ted - ‘87 Chronis, Nick - ‘85 Clay, Carter - ‘92-93-94-95 Clinkscales, Hack - ‘72-73 Cohen, Steve - ‘94-95-96-97 Cooke, Peyton - ‘83-84 Cowan, John - ‘99-00 Cox, Marsden - ‘71 Crooke, Monte - ‘57-58-59-60 Crosby, Colie - ‘84 Crosby, Tim - ‘76 Crouch, Bo - ‘83-84-86 Cullen, Joe - ‘74-75 Curtis, Brent - ‘72-73 Davis, Mike - ‘78-79-80-81 Dawson, Alfred - ‘01-02 Deloach, Henry - ‘85 Dieter, Tuck - ‘01-02 Doty, Logan - ‘98 Dougherty, John - ‘99-00-01-02 Dowd, Arthur - ‘83 Dossetor, Daniel - ‘05 Drayton, Chad - ‘69-70 Driggers, Billy - ‘56 Ducrocq, Francois - ‘98 Duncan, Chis - ‘96-97-98-99 Earle, Jordan - ‘80-81-82 Early, Perry - ‘63-64-65 Eason, James - ‘05 Elias, Todd - ‘87-88-89-90 Emmart, Ted - ‘71-72-73 Evans, Dick - ‘66-67-68-69 Fant, Todd - ‘81 Farrell, Kenneth - ‘77-78-80 Fender, C.R. - ‘83 Ferrera, Jim - ‘78-79 Foltz, Mark - ‘86 Fortune, Ben - ‘99-00-01-02 Foshee, Jon - ‘74-75-76 Francia, Roy - ‘95-96 Garbade, Tucker - ‘91

Gayon, Eddie - ‘77 Geddis, Tim - ‘87-88-89 Gess, Andrew - ‘95-96-97-98 Gierhart, Larry - ‘94 Gillard, Phil - ‘69-70-71-72 Goldenberg, Ed- ‘54 Govett, Brett - ‘84-87 Govette, Gregg - ‘78-79-80 Gowin, Chris - ‘99 Graham, Alex - ‘64-65 Greenway, Todd - ‘89-90 Griffin, Woody - ‘60 Groshon, Mike - ‘73-74-75 Haltiwanger, Sandy-‘74-75-76-77 Hamby, Robbie - ‘92-93-94 Handy, Sean - ‘94 Hardaway, Charles - ‘68-70 Harmon, Blake - ‘81-82-83-84 Harris, Frank - ‘01-02 Heaton, Ashley - ‘92 Heffron, Randy - ‘66-67-68-69 Heinsohn, Charles - ‘64-65-67 Henderson, Harry - ‘64-67 Hindman, Anshely - ‘96 Holland, Steve - ‘61-62 Hooper, Tee - ‘66-67-68-69 Hopkins, Howard - ‘68-69-71 Hutto, Bryan - ‘93-94-95-96 Irvin, Joe - ‘93 Jayson, Craig - ‘95 Jeffery, Jim - ‘56-57-58-59 Jervey, Ned - ‘68 Johnson, John - ‘77 Jordan, Chad - ‘91-92-93 Jose, Derek - ‘05 Kargzes, Don - ‘86 Keck, Kevin - ‘78 Keith, Russel - ‘71 Kennedy, Sammy - ‘57 Kennedy, Joe - ‘56-58 Kenthack, Jason - ‘97-98 Kerves, Dan - ‘85 Kierman - ‘56 King, Shawn - ‘94 Kirbo, Bob - ‘73 Klene, Brian - ‘76 Knight, Jim - ‘55 Koester, Luis - ‘52-53-54 Krupp, Mark - ‘76-77-78-79 Laffey, Ed - ‘00 Land, Peter - ‘55-56-57 Lara, David - ‘03-04-05 Laurel, John - ‘97-98 Lawson, Roger - ‘88-89 Leaumont, David - ‘94 Lester, Zach - ‘99-00-01-02 Levi, Stuart - ‘61-62 Lindon, Jarrett - ‘96-97-98 Lioy, Jason - ‘92 MacAfee, Charles - ‘83 Marchant, Bill - ‘55 Maring, Robert - ‘88-89-90-91 Marks, Bill - ‘87 Martin, Mike - ‘73-74-75-76 Matthews, Carl - ‘56-57-58-59 MacDonald, Tock - ‘58 McDowell, Matt - ‘01 McGrath, Bill - ‘69-70 McIver, Ed - ‘72 MeLemore, Jason - ‘96 McWalters, Bobby- ‘76-77-78-79 Medica, Nicholas - ‘03-05 Meyers, David - ‘88 Miller, Deard - ‘81 Miller, Sandy - ‘63-65 Milne, Philip - ‘77-78-79-80 Mover, Ed - ‘73 Montavios, Michael - ‘94 Moore, Edward - ‘83-84 Moore, Rick - ‘77

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Morgan, Roy - ‘63-65 Morrison, John - ‘95 Nadel - ‘59 Newman, Walter - ‘52-53-54 Northum, Cliff - ‘55-56 Ohlandt, Bill - ‘75-76-77 Oswald, Rick - ‘82-83 Padron, Sebastian - ‘02-03 Parker, Russ - ‘73 Person, Sam - ‘55 Pierson, Cliff - ‘56-57 Pohl, Dan - ‘78-79 Poore, Willian - ‘63-65 Porter, Jim - ‘83 Portlock, Frank- ‘77-78-79-80 Presidge, Eria - ‘97 Renken, Carl - ‘56-57-58 Reville, Skip - ‘99 Richards, Cyrus - ‘94 Robertson, Gerald - ‘88 Rodriguez, Elisban - ‘99-00 Rodriguez, Raul- ‘91-92-93-94 Rogers, Tom - ‘84 Sawmynaden, Ananda - ‘05 Scammell, Cy - ‘96-97-98-99 Scarpa, Seth - ‘97 Scates, David - ‘00-01-02 Scott, Jack - ‘61-62 Scout, Clayton - ‘97 Shepherd, Jason - ‘00 Shields, Billy - ‘64-67-68 Sirkin, Edward - ‘52-53-54 Smedly, Skecter - ‘61-62 Smith, Douglas - ‘95 Spake, Bill - ‘88-89-90 Spake, Michael - ‘91-92-93-94 Spilica, Llie - ‘99-00 Spivey, Bayless - ‘95-96-97 Steinberg, Craig-‘77-78-79-80 Sterling, Jack - ‘57-58-59-60 Stetz, Gordon - ‘55 Stewart, Mike - ‘77-78-79-80 Stone, Dennis - ‘80-81-82 Stribling, Wede - ‘77-78-79 Strecansky, Jim - ‘82-83-85 Stubbs, Matt - ‘01-02-03-04 Suitt, Tom - ‘71-72-73 Sumner, Ernest - ‘95 Sutherland, John - 76 Takach, Thomas - ‘99-01 Taylor, Dave - ‘70 Tennant, Jon - ‘63-65 Tere, Lawrence - ‘02-03 Thomas - ‘59 Tollison, Jerry - ‘63 Toney, Brian - ‘90-91 Toth, Mike - ‘01 Tucker, Chris - ‘76 Van Pelt, Stokes - ‘70-71-72 Varn, Benny - ‘60-61-62 Vaughan, Ralph - ‘71-72 Walker, Donny - ‘65 Wallace, Blake - ‘85-86 Wallenbrock, Glenn - ‘69 Walters, David - ‘92-93-94 Webster, Robert-‘88-89-90-91 Weekly, Walt - ‘83-84-85 White, Charles - ‘83 Wickley, Ed - ‘81-82 Williams, Charlie - ‘52-53-54 Williams, Jimmy - ‘86 Williams, John - ‘01-02-03-04 Williams, Lyons - ‘55-59-60 Williamson, Terry - ‘77-78-79 Wolfe, Rhett - ‘68-69 Wood, Thomas - ‘96-97 Woolfolk, Warren - ‘03-04 Wooten, John - ‘95


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