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Table of Contents The 2010 Season

This is your copy of the 2010 Clemson Men’s Tennis Guide. This brochure is designed to assist the media in its coverage of Clemson Tiger Tennis during the 2010 season. It is also intended to be used by fans and prospective Clemson students. If you desire additional information on men’s tennis or other Clemson athletic programs, please feel free to contact the Sports Information Office in the Jervey Athletic Center at (864) 656-2114. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY/FACILITIES Academic Programs....................................... 37 Academics/Student Services.......................... 22 Athlete Care/Performance Program............... 26 Athletic Facilities............................................. 24 Campus Life................................................... 18 Clemson, SC.................................................. 20 Clemson Experience...................................... 16 Clemson University ....................................... 18 Community Service........................................ 29 Compliance.................................................... 32 IPTAY Scholarship Foundation....................... 33 Sports Medicine.............................................. 28 Sports Program.............................................. 34

Strength Training Facilities............................. 27 Tennis Center................................................. 39 Traditions........................................................ 38 Year-in Review............................................... 34 COACHES AND ADMINISTRATION Assistant Coach............................................. 12 Athletic Director.............................................. 31 Compliance.................................................... 32 Directory........................................................... 1 Head Coach................................................... 11 President Barker............................................. 30 Support Staff................................................... 13 THE TIGERS, 2010 Biographies...................................................... 6 Clemson Tennis Heritage............................... 14 Notes, Year in Review...................................... 4 Opponents...................................................... 42 Outlook............................................................. 2 Roster............................................................. 10 RECORDS AND HISTORY ACC Academic Honor Roll............................. 61 Against All Competition.................................. 50

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Location.........................................................Clemson, SC 29633 Founded.................................................................................1889 Enrollment...........................................................................17,309 Nickname.............................................................................Tigers Colors.....................................................Burnt Orange (PMS-165) .........................................................Northwest Purple (PMS-268) Facility.................................................. Hoke Sloan Tennis Center Capacity.......................700 Permanent Seats, 250 Indoor Center President........................................ James F. Barker, Clemson '70 NCAA/ACC Rep................................ Larry LaForge, Clemson '70 Athletic Department Address.......................................P.O. Box 31 .......................................................................Clemson, SC 29633 Athletic Department Fax........................................ (864) 656-0299 Press Box Phone.......................................... (864) 656-4303/4304 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF Athletic Director..................... Dr. Terry Don Phillips, Arkansas '70 . ............................................................Office - (864) 656-2218 Sr. Associate Athletic Director/......... Bill D'Andrea, Indiana St. '73 External Affairs.......................................Office - (864) 656-7795 Sr. Associate Athletic Director/..... Katie Hill, Central Arkansas '77 Internal Affairs . .....................................Office -(864) 656-0128 Associate Athletic Dir..........Phil Grayson, Indiana-South Bend '89 . .............................................................Office - (864)656-0396 Associate Athletic Director/......... Rebecca Bowman, Winthrop '76 Academic Services........................................... (864) 656-0541 Associate Athletic Director/............. Van Hilderbrand, Clemson '74 Event Manager.......................................Office - (864) 656-0718 AssociateAthletic Director/........... Stephanie Ellison, Clemson '98 Institutional Compliance.........................Office - (864) 656-7163 Associate Athletic Director/.............Tim Match, Bowling Green '85 Marketing................................................Office - (864) 656-1280 Associate Athletic Director/................ Robert Ricketts, Erskine '71 Facilities and Grounds............................Office - (864) 656-0157 Associate Athletic Director/...................... Barbara Kennedy-Dixon Senior Women's Administrator...............Office - (864) 656-1918

All-Time Coaches........................................... 67 All-Time Results............................................. 78 All-Time Starting Lineups............................... 68 Career Records.............................................. 48 Chronological History..................................... 72 Class Records................................................ 47 Honors............................................................ 60 Letterwinners, All-Time................................... 62 NCAA Results/Participation............................ 64 Polls, Weekly Rankings.................................. 63 Series Scores ................................................ 54 Stars from the Past......................................... 76 Single Season Records.................................. 46 Team Records................................................ 49 Year-by-Year Records.................................... 52 Yearly Leaders............................................... 47 2009 IN REVIEW 2009 Dual Match Matrixes.............................. 43 2009 Single/Doubles Stats............................. 44 2009 Results and Individual Records............. 44

Associate Athletic Director......................Kyle Young, Clemson '02 . ............................................................Office - (864) 656-2247 Assistant Athletic Director/.......John Seketa, SIU-Edwardsville '81 Sports Promotions..................................Office - (864) 656-1923 Assistant Athletic Director/....................Gary Wade, Nebraska, '78 Facilities.................................................Office - (864) 656-2017 Director of Sports Medicine....Danny Poole, Western Carolina '79 . ............................................................Office - (864) 656-2113 Executive Secretary of IPTAY..........Bert Henderson, Mars Hill '78 . ............................................................. Office: (864) 656-2115 Ticket Manager............................Travis Furbee, West Virginia '97 . ............................................................Office - (864) 656-2118 SPORTS INFORMATION Associate Sports Info. Director.........Sam Blackman, Clemson '85 for Men’s Tennis......................................Office - (864) 656-1924 ............................................................... Home - (864) 639-4400 .................................................... Email - blackmj@clemson.edu Assistant Athletic Director/................ Tim Bourret, Notre Dame '77 Sports Information Director.....................Office - (864) 656-1926 ..................................................................Home (864) 888-3490 .....................................................Email - btimoth@clemson.edu TENNIS COACHING STAFF Head Tennis Coach................................ Chuck McCuen, Flagler ‘83 Phone....................... Office (864) 656-2252, Cell (864) 221-5235 email: charles@clemson.edu Assistant Coach....................................John Boetsch, Clemson ‘04 Phone........................Office (864) 656-4279, Cell (864) 637-9325 email: jboetsc@clemson.edu Photo Credits: Cover photos by Mark Crammer, Pat Wright, and Kerry Capps. Interior photos by Bob Waldrop, Eddie Cliffe, Kerry Capps, Mark Crammer, Jill West, Pat Wright, and the Clemson University Communications Center. This edition of the Clemson Men’s Tennis brochure was written and edited by Sam Blackman. Desktop Publishing composition by Sam Blackman and editorial assistance by Tim Bourret of the Clemson Sports Information Office. Printing by Keys Printing of Greenville, SC. Cover design by Jen Postorino.

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The Outlook The 2010 Season

The Clemson Tiger Tennis Team continues to improve as Head Coach Chuck McCuen enters his second year in charge of the program. He is happy with the progress, and most importantly the effort he saw this past fall. “We continue to show improvement every day at practice and in the classroom. Last year we moved up four places in the ACC standings,” said Clemson Head Coach Chuck McCuen. “We are looking to move up more this year and show improvement on the court. It’s a work in progress and I think we showed improvement not only on the court, but in our attitudes, recruiting, and classroom work. We had the highest GPA for the spring semester in our history. We made a tremendous amount of progress in many areas. “There is always room for improvement and we are definitely not going to rest on our laurels. Our strength of schedule will be improved this season. We are more strategic in the positions in our schedule and this will help us improve as a team. “Overall this will be the deepest team that we have had since I have been here (including years as assistant coach under Chuck Kriese). We are bringing in a great recruiting class and we are very excited about the spring.” McCuen has gotten a lot of help from assistant coach John Boetsch. “John has done a great job recruiting. I don’t think of him as an assistant—we are a team. He has worked so hard bringing in great tennis players and we are very happy with the future. Our freshmen are going to push our upperclassmen and that is a good thing.

Carlos Alvarez was named to the All-ACC team in 2009. He has played number one singles for the Tigers the last two years.

Senior Gera Boryachinskiy was a starter at number three singles in 2009, and was tied for the team lead in doubles wins.

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“This is the best recruiting class we have had since I have been here as far as depth and people who could make an impact and challenge for a starting position right away.” Clemson returns four starters from last year’s team that finished 11-13 overall and 3-8 in the ACC. Among the starters are seniors, Carlos Alvarez, Rok Bizjak and Gera Boryachinskiy. Kevin Galloway is a junior who is also a returning starter. “Our depth will be our strength, I feel we will be better that last year. Our freshmen will come in and push everyone for playing time. Our attitude and work ethic continues to improve. We still need to improve our confidence and learn to win the close matches by working harder and playing smarter.” Carlos Alvarez played number-one singles for the Tigers last year and finished the season with an 11-17 record overall. “Alvarez is a very solid player and should start at the top of the lineup,” said Coach McCuen. “He has a great work ethic and an excellent attitude. He has high expectations for this season. He needs to improve on his finish and be more aggressive at the net. He is a very competitive player and is a great team leader and is very vocal.” Rok Bizjak played number-two for the Tigers and finished the season with a 13-16 mark in singles play. “Rok is a quiet leader and is a very talented player. He has a good work ethic. He’s not a vocal leader, but instead leads by example.” Gera Boryachinskiy is the third senior who will be a factor this year. He finished last year with a 12-15 mark overall. “Gera does all the right things. Our goal this season is to work on his ability to finish points at the net. His presence around the net and quick-


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Hilsman, Yannick Maden, and Zachary Rigsby. These freshmen are expected to provide a lot of competition to the veterans on this year’s team and push for starting roles. “Juan brings a lot of international experience, as he is one of the top players from his country of Ecuador. We are counting on him to push for playing time and be very successful in the singles lineup. “Moritz Dettinger is one of the top 30 juniors in Germany. We are very excited about him because he is a very athletic and strong player. Cal Hilsman is a local South Carolina player who will bring leadership both on and off the court, even as a freshman. He is one of the United State’s top ranked junior players. “Yannick Maden is a very skilled and accomplished player. He has international experience and will improve our overall skill level, even as a freshman. “Zachary Rigsby is one of the top players in South Carolina. He has a lot of talent and is very athletic. He has already met our expectations with his work ethic and consistency on and off the court. He has a big serve and forehand. He will help us in doubles and will challenge for a staring position in our lineup.”

2010 Clemson Tiger Quick Facts

2009 Record: 11-13 2009 ACC Record: 3-8 2009 ACC Finish: T-9th NCAA Finish: N/A Final ITA Ranking: 65th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4

Rok Bizjak played number two sinlges for the Tigers last season. He was named to the All-ACC Academic team in 2009. ness for his six-foot-six size makes him a very special player. He has a good serve and return.” Kevin Galloway had a solid sophomore season as he had a 17-14 record in singles, tied for the team high in singles victories. “Kevin has improved his ball striking and volleys and had a lot of good wins last year. We are excited by Kevin’s improvement, and he should have another good season.” Wesley Moran finished the 2009 season with a 17-14 record overall, and a 13-11 mark in dual match play. “Wesley stepped up last season when given the opportunity. He is a great doubles player and has really good hands. He trained hard this summer and continues to gain size and strength. We are real excited about his future as he continues to develop his game.” Derek DiFazio saw limited action in 2009 after suffering from injuries. He finished the season with a 6-3 record overall in singles. “Derek is coming off an injury, and did not see much playing time in 2009. He will make a great contribution to our team because he has gained strength and has become more consistent in his play.” Robert Pietrucha, a junior, finished the year with an outstanding 6-1 record in singles play and a 7-6 mark in doubles. “Robert is the glue of our team. He does everything right in the classroom and on the court. He has a great work ethic, as he is the last one to leave the courts. He holds his teammates accountable and makes sure they stay focused and motivated. Robert has improved all aspects of his game, mentally and physically.” The freshmen include Juan Bolona, Moritz Dettinger, Cal

Kevin Galloway was tied for the 2009 team lead with 17 victories, and was named to the All-ACC Academic team.

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2009 In Review/Notes The 2010 Season

CHUCK MCCUEN ENTERS HIS SECOND YEAR AS HEAD COACH AT CLEMSON--Head Coach Chuck McCuen is entering his second year at Clemson. McCuen served as an assistant men’s tennis coach at Clemson from 2003-2008. McCuen had been the Tennis Director at Georgia State for 19 years (1983-2002) prior to coming to Clemson. McCuen was named conference coach of the year five times and propelled Georgia State into a top 70 nationally ranked tennis program.      100th YEAR OF CLEMSON TENNIS--The 2010 season will mark the 100th year of Clemson tennis. In 1910, Clemson first started sending representatives to the state tournament in singles and doubles play. Clemson played it first dual match on April 28, 1921. The Tigers defeated Wofford 2-0 in Spartanburg, SC that day. 2009 RECORD---Clemson finished the season with an 11-13 record overall and a 3-8 mark in the ACC. The Tigers return four starters and seven letter winners from last season.     TIGER STREAKS--Clemson has won 194 of its last 297 ACC matches, (including ACC Tournament matches). The Tigers are also tough at home vs. ACC competition as the Tigers have won 95 of their last 123 ACC home matches spanning a 29-year period. Clemson won 47 straight ACC matches at home from March 10, 1978 (8-1 win over Wake Forest until the Tigers lost to North Carolina, 6-3 on March 30, 1991). CLEMSON IN NCAA MEN’S TENNIS TOURNAMENT--Clemson is one of the top teams nationally as far as appearances in the NCAA team tournament. The Tigers went to 11 straight NCAA team tournaments between the years of 1979 and 1989, the second longest streak of NCAA tournament appearances in Clemson team sports history. In the 24 total appearances, Clemson has a 16-24 overall record. Clemson has reached the Final Sixteen 12 times, and the Final Eight seven times, including 2004. Clemson had seven straight top 10 finishes from 1980-86, third for the longest streak of top 10s in school history regardless of sport. Final Eight Years (7): 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 2004 Final 16 Years (12): 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2004 Clemson’s NCAA Tournament Years (24): 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 (24 of the past 30 seasons.) CLEMSON AND THE ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENTS Clemson has been to more NCAA team tournaments than any other ACC school. Number of Trips To the NCAA Tourney Clemson 24 Miami 22 Duke 19 North Carolina 17 Georgia Tech 12 Virginia 11 Florida State 10 Wake Forest 10 Virginia Tech 9 N.C. State 4 Note: Dual-Match Format Years Only

CLEMSON WON SEVEN STRAIGHT ACC TITLES--Clemson won seven straight ACC men’s tennis titles during the 1983-1989 era. Clemson Head Coach Chuck Kriese led the Tigers to 10 ACC championships and three runner-up finishes since his arrival at Clemson in 1976. Clemson won every ACC Title in the 1980s except 1982 or nine of the 10 contested in that decade. In the history of the ACC tournament, Clemson has won 11 ACC championships. ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS (11)- 1969, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1997 ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS (12)- 1969, 1971, 1979. 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 2009 CLEMSON HONORS ITA Rankings: Team-65th All-ACC-Carlos Alvarez All-ACC Academic Team-Rok Bizjak and Kevin Galloway, ACC Academic Honor Roll-Ike Belk, Rok Bizjak, Taylor Cohen Kevin Galloway, Wesley Moran, Robert Pietrucha.

Former Clemson Players and their Highest ATP Rankings Kent Kinnear Jay Berger

2D

Chris Munnerlyn

329 D

7S

Brandon Walters

386 D

Mark Dickson

30 S

Gregg Cooper

437 D

Lawson Duncan

47 S

Jean Desdunes

437 D

Richard Matuszewski

49 S

Peter Pristach

452 S

Mike Gandolfo

75 D

Will Bull

468 S

Mitch Sprengelmeyer

92 D

J.L. Guillou

497 D

John Sullivan

101 S

George Lampert

554 D

Pender Murphy

102 S

Nathan Thompson

573 S

Rick Rudeen

110 D

Bruce Li

636 S

Brian Page

113 D

Tomasz Boniecki

638 S

Miguel Nido

120 S

Kevin O”Neill

794 D

Josh Goffi

121 D

Ryan Young

909 D

Vince Van Gelderen

160 D

Goran Sterijovski

Fernando Maynetto

175 S

Clement Reix

Richard Akel

182 D

Damiisa Robinson

1171 S

Bhanumurthy Nunna 199 S

Jamin Thompson

1270 D

Owen Casey

210 D

Sander Koning

1212 S

Craig Boynton

274 D

Jarmaine Jenkins

1305 D

Andy Krantz

307 D

Ryan Fleming

1384 D

Frank Salazar

326 S

Ryan Bauer

1459 D

Robert Phillips

322 D

Marko Gojanovic

1563 D

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Robert Pietrucha

Clemson’s Coaches--John Boetsch and Chuck McCuen

Derek DiFazio

Wes Moran

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Meet The Tigers The 2010 Season

Carlos Alvarez 5-8...155...SR Santa Cruz, Bolivia 2009 All-ACC In 2008-09 (Junior) Singles: All-ACC in 2009...had a 11-17 record overall in singles and a 9-13 mark in dual matches... also had a 2-9 record in Atlantic Coast Conference matches... played most of his matches at number one singles...had a 7-11 record at number one singles and a 2-2 mark at number two singles...had a 3-2 mark in tie breakers...Doubles: had a 7-21 record overall and a 4-17 mark in dual matches...played most of his doubles matches at number one doubles...had a 1-9 record with Rok Bizjak at number one doubles...also had a 2-6 record at number two doubles with Wes Moran... In 2007-08 (Sophomore) Singles: Played number one singles for the Tigers...finished the year with a 19-15 record overall...finished the season with an 18-14 mark in dual matches...had a 4-4 mark in three-set matches and a 7-4 mark in home matches...also had a 9-2 mark in matches played at neutral sites...finished the year with a 2-9 mark in ACC matches...tied for second on the team for most singles matches won with 19...led the squad in dual match wins... Doubles: Finished the year with a 16-14 record overall and a 16-13 record in dual matches...Finished the year with a 14-9 record with doubles partner Kevin Galloway...the pair played at number two doubles..In 2006-07 (Freshman) Singles: Finished the season with a 36-10 record overall... had a 8-3 mark in ACC matches...led the team with most singles matches won with 36...had a 15-3 record in home matches and a 8-5 mark in away matches...was 13-2 in neutral contests....had a 31-8 mark in dual matches...won 74 sets in 97 played for a .762 pct., the ninth best percentage in Clemson history...was 3-2 in three-set matches and had a 4-2 record in tie breakers...played most of his matches at number five singles and had a 20-4 record at that position... had a 6-1 mark at number four and posted a 1-0 mark at both number two and number three singles...Doubles: Had a 23-15 record in doubles matches overall and a 21-14 mark in dual competition...played at number three doubles with Rok Bizjak and the duo compiled a 15-8 record overall...the pair also finished the season with a 6-4 mark overall... Before Clemson: Number-one player in Bolivia in the under 12, 14, 16, and 18 age groups....Davis Cup player in 2004, and 2006...reached 1350 AP rank...cousin of Daniela Alvarez, a former member of the women’s tennis team at Clemson... brother Pablo was national tennis champion in Bolivia...born on 12-26-86...majoring in industrial management.

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CAREER STATS Singles Doubles Yr. Sets 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 07 74-23 3-2 4-2 8-3 31-8 36-10 .783 23-15 .605 08 42-34 4-4 3-1 2-9 18-14 19-15 .558 16-14 .533 09 30-37 3-8 3-2 2-9 9-13 11-17 .393 7-21 .250 Tot. 146-94 10-14 10-5 12-21 58-35 66-42 .611 46-50 .479

Rok Bizjak 5-8...153...SR Velenje, Slovenia 2009 Academic All-ACC In 2008-09: (Junior) Named to the All-ACC Academic Team...Singles: Had a 13-16 record overall in singles and a 9-12 mark in dual matches played...finished the year with a 3-8 record in Atlantic Coast Conference play...had a 5-5 record in three-set matches...was 3-4 in tie breakers...had a 7-4 slate in home matches...finished the fall with a 4-4 record...played most of his matches at number two and three singles...had a 4-5 record at number two singles and a 4-4 mark at number three singles....had a 1-3 mark at number one singles......Doubles: Had a 11-20 record overall in doubles...had a 7-15 mark in dual match play...had a 1-9 record at number one doubles with partner Carlos Alvarez... had a 3-5 record with Gera Boryachinskiy at number one doubles...had a 3-0 record with Wesley Moran at number two doubles... named to the ACC All-Academic team...In 200708: (Sophomore) Singles: Missed part of the year due to injury...finished the season with an 8-13 record overall in singles...had a 5-10 mark in dual matches...also had a 0-2 record in ACC matches...had a 2-6 record at number one singles and a 3-1 record at the number two positions....also had a 0-3 record at number three singles...had a 3-3 record in three set matches...had a 2-0 record in home matches and a 6-5 slate in neutral site matches...Doubles: Had a 10-12 mark overall in doubles...had a 10-10 record in dual matches...named to the ACC All-Academic team...In 200607: (Freshman) Singles: Had a 33-6 record in singles play for a .846 mark...that winning pct. is fifth best in school history given minimum of 25 matches......third on the team for most singles victories with 33...had a 30-5 record in dual matches...had a 70-20 record in sets played for a .778 pct... the .778 percentage is the fifth best in Clemson history for a single season...had an 8-2 record in three set matches... had an 8-4 mark in tie breakers....had a 15-1 record in home matches....had a 10-3 record involving away matches... finished the season with a 7-3 record in league play...named to the ACC All-Academic team...Doubles: Had a 20-10


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record in doubles matches overall and in dual matches... played at number three doubles with Carlos Alvarez and the duo compiled a 15-8 record overall...the pair also finished the season with a 6-4 mark overall... Before Clemson: Won a national junior championship in Slovenia...played for Slovenian Junior National Team...born 12-27-87...majoring in financial management. CAREER STATS Singles Doubles Yr. Sets 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 07 70-20 8-2 8-4 7-3 30-5 33-6 .846 20-10 .667 08 19-29 3-3 2-3 0-2 5-10 8-13 .381 10-12 .455 09 31-37 5-5 3-4 3-8 9-12 13-16 .448 11-20 .355 Tot. 120-86 16-10 13-11 10-13 44-27 54-35 .607 41-42 .494

Juan Bolono 5-11...172...FR Guayaquil, Ecuador Number one ranked junior player in Ecuador...has posted wins over a #141 ranked player and serveral players in the top 350 according to the ITF World Rankings in his age group...born January 30, 1991....majoring in pre business.

Gera Boryachinskiy 6-6...195...SR Baltimore, MD In 2008-09: (Junior) Singles: Finished the year with a 12-15 record oveall and a 8-11 mark in dual match play... had a 1-7 record in Atlantic Coast Conference matches... played most at the top of the singles lineup in 2009....had a 2-0 mark at number one singles and a 3-5 record at number two singles...finished the season with a 3-6 slate at number three singles....Doubles: Had a 11-17 record overall and a 7-13 mark in dual matches play...had a 3-3 record in doubles with Wesley Moran...had a 2-0 record at number one doubles with Moran...had a 3-5 record with Rok Bizjak at number one doubles...2007-08: (Sophomore) Singles: Finished the year with a 19-21 record overall and a 17-16 mark in dual matches...had a 1-10 mark in the ACC...finished the year with a 6-3 record in three set matches...had a 7-3

mark in tie breakers...had an 8-6 record in home matches... had a 9-6 mark in neutral site matches...Doubles: had a 20-19 record overall in doubles and a 19-13 mark in dual matches...played most at number three doubles and teamed with Kevin Galloway...the pair had a 14-11 record at number three singles and a 2-0 mark at number two...Boryachinskiy and DiFazio also had a 5-6 record in dual ACC matches... also teamed with Derek DiFazio and the pair had a 3-2 mark in dual matches... In 2006-07: Singles: (Freshman) Had a 7-3 record overall and 4-0 mark in dual matches...had a 16-7 mark in sets played...had 2-0 mark in tie breakers... had a 2-0 mark in home matches and a 5-3 record in neutral matches...named to the ACC Honor Roll...Doubles: Had a 3-5 record in doubles matches overall and a 3-5 mark in dual matches...Before Clemson: Born in Odessa, Ukraine... moved to Baltimore, MD in 1996...started playing tennis at age of seven...number one in the Mid-Atlantic section for 18-and-under age group...played Junior Davis Cup for Mid-Atlantic section until college...born 9-9-87...majoring in financial management. CAREER STATS Singles Doubles Yr. Sets 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 07 16-7 1-2 2-0 0-0 4-0 7-3 .700 3-5 .375 08 41-48 6-3 7-3 1-10 17-16 19-21 .475 20-19 .513 09 32-33 3-8 7-3 1-7 8-11 12-15 .444 11-17 .393 Tot. 89-88 10-13 16-6 2-17 29-27 38-39 .494 34-41 .453

Moritz Dettinger 6-0...173...FR Fellbach, Germany Before Clemson: Native of Fellbach, Germany...has posted wins over players ranked as high as #185 and #54 in the ITF world rankings in his age group...ranked as high as #36 in Germany Under 18’s....born July 26, 1991.. majoring in engineering. Pronunciation Guide Carlos Alvarez-Al VA res Rok Bizjak-Rock Bee ZAK Juan Bolona-Won BO Lona Gera Boryachinskiy-Geara BORE a CHIN Ski Moritz Dettinger-Morits DET tin ger Derek DiFazio-DE Fa zeo Yannick Maden YAN Nick MAD den Robert Pietrucha-Pea TRU ka John Boetsch-Baych

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Derek DiFazio 6-3...175...JR Smithtown, NY In 2008-09 (Sophomore) Singles: Finished the year with a 6-3 record oveall and a 3-3 mark in dual matches...had a 2-0 record at number four singles and a 1-3 mark at number six singles...Doubles: Had a 3-4 record in doubles and a 2-2 mark in dual matches...had a 2-2 record at number three doubles with Ike Belk...In 2007-08: (Freshman) Singles: Finished the season with a 19-19 record...had a 14-13 record in dual matches...had a 2-5 mark in ACC matches...had a 43-43 record in sets played...had a 5-5 record in three set matches...had a 5-4 record in home matches and a 11-9 record in matches played at neutral sites...played most of his matches at number five singles...had a 5-8 record at the number five slot...also had a 6-4 record at number six singles....moved up and had a 2-1 mark at number four singles and a 1-0 ledger at number three...Doubles: Finished the year with a 16-23 record overall and a 15-13 in dual matches...played 21 matches at number one doubles...had a 4-3 mark with Rok Bizjak and a 7-6 mark with Ike Belk...DiFazio and Gera Boryachinskiy had a 1-0 mark at number one doubles...the pair had a 3-2 record overall... Before Clemson: Ranked number-one in the East in Singles...National Champion in doubles in junior tennis...born June 23, 1989...majoring in business. Yr. Sets 08 43-43 09 14-8 Tot. 57-51

CAREER STATS Singles Doubles 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 5-5 3-6 2-5 14-13 19-19 .500 16-23 .410 2-2 0-1 0-0 3-3 6-3 .667 3-4 .429 7-7 3-7 2-5 17-16 25-22 .532 19-27 .413

Kevin Galloway 5-9...170...JR Charlotte, NC 2009 Academic All-ACC In 2008-09 (Sophomore) Named to the All-ACC Academic team...Singles: Finished the year with a 17-14 record overall in singles...the 17 victories tied for the team lead in

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2009...also had a 13-11 record in dual match play...the 13 dual match wins led the squad...also had a 5-6 mark against Atlantic Coast Conference competition...played most of his matches at number five singles and had a 5-5 mark at this flight...also had a 3-0 mark at number six singles...finished the year with a 3-6 mark at number four singles...had a 2-0 slate at number two singles...had a 40-32 record in sets played...also had a 4-6 record in three set matches...had a 7-5 record in tie breakers....had an 8-5 record in home matches and a 6-4 mark in neutral matches...Doubles: Finished the year with a 7-8 record overall and a 5-6 slate in dual matches...Galloway and Pietrucha had a 2-0 record at number two doubles and a 2-4 slate at number three flight...named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll...In 200708: (Freshman) Singles: Named to the All-ACC Academic team...finished the season with a 19-16 record overall and a 14-12 mark in dual matches...had a 3-8 record in ACC matches...had a 4-3 record in three set matches and in tie breakers...had a 9-5 record in home matches and an 8-5 record in neutral site matches...played most of his matches at number six singles where he had a 10-6 record overall... moved up and had a 3-6 record at number five singles and a 1-0 mark at number four singles...Doubles: Had a 20-18 record overall and an 18-12 mark in dual matches...teamed with Gera Boryachinskiy and the pair had a 2-0 record at number two doubles and a 14-11 record at number three doubles...Before Clemson: Ranked as high as number one in the South in the junior ranks...finished ranked third in the junior ranks in the South...graduated from Hickory Grove Baptist...also played baseball in high school...born October 12, 1988...majoring in business.

Yr. Sets 08 41-36 09 40-32 Tot. 81-68

CAREER STATS Singles Doubles 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 4-3 4-3 3-8 14-12 19-16 .543 20-18 .526 4-6 7-5 5-6 13-11 17-14 .548 7-8 .467 8-9 11-8 8-14 27-23 36-30 .545 27-26 .509

Cal Hilsman 5-10...150...FR Spartanburg, SC Ranked number one in the state of SC in boys 14s, 16s, 18s,...ranked top three in Southern Section in boys 16s, 18s divisions...ranked as high as 31 in the nation by the college tennis recruiting website...five star recruit by college tennis recruiting website...born September 10, 1991...majoring in pre business.


Meet The Tigers The 2010 Season

Yannick Maden 6-0...152...FR Stuttgart, Germany Runner up at International Bavarian Junior Open, ITF tournament Grade 4...runner up at German Championships Under 18s in doubles, final16s at German Championships Under 18s in Singles...reached the final16s in Germany F11 Futures in 2007, earning first ATP-Point...best ATP ranking 1456... winner of “Bayrischer Jungproficircuit 2008” in Nuernberg ...qualifications in Pro events: 1 time qualifying in Germany Satellite, 2 times qualifying in Futures...best Mens German ranking: 97...born October 28, 1989...majoring in economics.

Wes Moran 6-3...178...SO Murrells Inlet, SC In 2008-09 (Freshman) Singles: Finished the season with a 10-6 record overall and a 4-3 mark in dual matches... finished the year with a 22-14 record in sets played...also had a 2-2 record in three-set matches....had a 2-4 mark in tie breakers...had a 3-1 record in home matches and a 6-4 record in neutral matches...had a 2-0 record at number five singles and a 2-3 mark at number six singles...Doubles: had a 11-15 record in doubles matches and a 8-12 record in dual match play...Moran along with Carlos Alvarez had a 2-6 record at number two doubles...he also teamed with Gera Boryachinskiy and the pair had a 2-0 record at number one doubles and a 1-3 mark at number two doubles...he also played at number two doubles and the pair had a 3-0 mark at number two doubles... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll...Before Clemson: During his senior year, ranked as high as 2nd in the South (USTA)...ranked 48th nationally in the Class of 2008 (Tennis Recruiting.net)...Junior Davis Cup team player...named High School All American (2008)...threetime South Carolina AA Player of the Year...two-time state high school champion...Mr. Tennis in South Carolina (2008 named by the High School Sports Report)...named all-state twice...earned five letters in tennis...four time Waccamaw High School MVP...won three Belton championships...twice

named Toast of the Coast Tennis Player of the Year (2007, 2008 ) by the Sun News...Southern Bullfrog Champion... Palmetto Scholar...member of the National Honor Society... graduated in the top 5% of his high school class...majoring in political science...born November 25, 1989. CAREER STATS Singles Doubles Yr. Sets 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 09 22-14 2-2 2-4 0-0 4-3 10-6 .625 11-15 .423

Robert Pietrucha 5-10...167...SO Sarasota, FL In 2008-09: (Freshman) Singles: Finished the year with a 6-1 record in singles play...Doubles: Finished the year with a 7-6 record oveall and a 5-5 mark in dual match play... teammed with Kevin Galloway with a 6-4 record overall and a 4-4 mark in dual matches... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll...In 2007-08: Red-shirted the 2007-08 season... Before Clemson: Played for Team Florida in Junior Davis Cup...2006 State Runner-up and was a two-time Regional Champion in high Schoool tennis...a two-time district champion in high school...played at Riverview High School... born March 20, 1988...majoring in business. CAREER STATS Singles Doubles Yr. Sets 3SM TB ACC Dual Overall Pct. Overall Pct. 09 13-3 2-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 6-1 .857 7-6 .538

Zachary Rigsby 6-1...168...FR Simpsonville, SC From nearby Simpsonville, SC...he has been ranked as high as number-one in singles in the state of South Carolina...also has been ranked as high as 84th nationally in his class... won the South Carolina qualifier in Belton, SC...born May 21, 1990....majoring in construction science.

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The 2010 Roster The 2010 Season

2010 Clemson Men’s Tennis Squad--Front Row (L to R): Carlos Alvarez, Robert Pietrucha, Rok Bizjak, Cal Hilsman, Moritz Dettinger and Head Coach Chuck McCuen. Back Row Standing (L to R): Asst. Coach John Boetsch, Zachary Rigsby, Derek DiFazio, Gera Boryachinskiy, Wes Moran, Yannick Maden, Juan Bolona, Volunteer Assistant Coach Anthony Lee. Name

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Carlos Alvarez

5-8

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Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Industrial Management

Rok Bizjak

5-8

153

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Velenje, Slovenia

Financial Management

Juan Bolona

5-11

172

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HS

Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador Pre Business

Gera Boryachinskiy

6-6

195

SR

3VL

Baltimore, MD

Financial Management

Moritz Dettinger

6-0

173

FR

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Fellbach, Germany

Engineering

Derek DiFazio

6-3

175

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2VL

Smithtown, NY

Management

Kevin Galloway

5-9

170

JR

2VL

Charlotte, NC

Financial Mangement

Cal Hilsman

5-10

150

FR

HS

Spartanburg, SC

Pre Business

Yannick Maden

6-0

152

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Stuttgart, Germany

Economics

Wes Moran

6-3

178

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1VL

Murrells Inlet, SC

Marketing

Robert Pietrucha

5-10

167

SO

1VL

Sarasota, FL

Financial Management

Zachary Rigsby

6-1

168

FR

HS

Simpsonville, SC

Construction Science

Head Coach: Chuck McCuen Asst. Coach: John Boetsch, Volunteer Asst. Coach: Anthony Lee

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Chuck McCuen Head Coach

Chuck McCuen is in his eighth season on the Clemson tennis staff, his second year as the head Coach. McCuen, 48, had been the Tennis Director at Georgia State for 19 years prior to coming to Clemson. McCuen was named conference coach of the year five times and propelled Georgia State into a top 70 nationally ranked tennis program. McCuen had a positive impact on the Clemson program in 2003 when he helped the Tigers to 25 wins, including a 6-2 record in the ACC. It was Clemson’s highest win total since 1989. The success continued in 2004 when Clemson advanced to the Final Eight of the NCAA Tournament and posted a record of 26-12. The Tigers also finished the 2005 campaign with a 26-12 record overall. Clemson won at least 23 matches five consecutive years (2003-07) for the first time since the 1979-86 era. The streak coincided with McCuen’s arrival at Clemson. Overall, Clemson had a 145-79 record for the six years he was Chuck Kriese’s top assistant. In his first year as head coach, he guided Clemson to a fourplace improvement in the ACC standings. McCuen coached the Panthers to five conference titles and took them to the NCAA Tournament three times in a four-year period (1999, 2000, and 2002). While at Georgia State, three Panthers were named Conference Players-of-the-Year. He also coached 14 all-conference players. While at Georgia State he compiled a 261-162 record in 19 years and produced winning seasons in nine of 10 years in one stretch, including six consecutive winning seasons. In 1996-97, Georgia State was ranked for the first time in the ITA National Rankings.     While attending Gainesville Junior College he reached the semifinals of the NJCAA National Championships in singles. He became an NAIA All-American after transferring to Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL and went on to earn double degrees in recreation management and history in 1983. McCuen helped create the first collegiate wheelchair team in the United States. There are now seven schools that award scholarships in wheelchair tennis.  McCuen has Clemson roots as former Tennis Head Coach Hoke Sloan is a cousin and former Head Tiger Swimming and Diving Coach, Carl McHugh is a great uncle. McCuen’s grandfather, Matthew Lee McHugh graduated from Clemson in 1904 and was awarded the Clemson Meritorious Service Award in 1981. While at Georgia State, he was active in the community contributing his time to Atlanta’s youth tennis programs as a tennis instructor. He has been married to Dr. Linda McCuen for 26 years and they have one daughter, Lauren, who is a special education teacher in Charleston, SC.

McCUEN YEAR BY YEAR ACC Year Rec. 2009 3-8

ACC Reg. Fin. 9th

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Previous Experience: Assistant Coach at Clemson from 2003-2008. Served as Head Coach and Director of Men’s and Women’s Tennis at Georgia State University from 1984-2002. Served as Head Coach for both programs during his tenure. NCAA Tournament Experience: At Georgia State: Led Georgia State to The NCAA Tournament in 1999, 2000 and 2002 as Head Coach. At Clemson: The Tigers went to the NCAA Tournament in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 as an Assistant Coach. Conference Championships: Led Georgia State to the TAAC and Atlantic Sun Conference Championships in 1989, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2002. Education: Gainesville Junior College, Flagler College ‘83.

The McCuen family, wife Linda, Coach McCuen, Son-in Law Matt McClellan, and Daughter Lauren.

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John Boetsch Assistant Coach

John Boetsch is in his second season as an assistant coach at Clemson. Boetsch comes to Clemson from Louisville, where he spent one season as an assistant with the Cardinals. “John, is one of the most positive and passionate young coaches in college coaching today,” said Head Coach Chuck McCuen. “Not only that, he is a Clemson Man whose blood runs orange! It is a privilege to have such a person on our staff. I look forward to working with John for many years to come.” Boetsch is not a stranger to the Clemson program as he is a 2004 graduate of Clemson University and was a two-time co-captain. Boetsch helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA quarterfinals in 2004. As a junior, Boetsch was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team member. During his junior season at Clemson, he finished the year with a 19-12 record in singles and a 17-11 mark in doubles play. In Boetsch’s senior season, he had a 25-9 record in singles and a 24-9 slate in doubles. For his career he was 44-21 in singles and 41-20 overall in doubles. Boetsch spent the first two years of his college career at Erskine College in Due West, S.C., where he was a team co-captain in 2002 and garnered allCarolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference honors in 2001 and 2002. The Fort Mill, S.C. native earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from Clemson in 2004. He received his USPTR professional certification in 2006. Boetsch was a staff professional at the Charlotte Tennis Academy, an assistant professional at the Barclay Downs Swim and Racquet Club and the head tennis professional at the Palmetto Tennis Center. “My family and I are very happy to be back at Clemson University and look forward to the challenges and excitement this time will bring,” said Boetsch. Boetsch and his wife, Catherine were married in January, 2006. The couple have an infant son, Anderson.

Coach Boetsch with wife Catherine and son, Anderson.

Coach Boetsch played at Clemson in the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

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Clemson Staff Travel Information

Sam Blackman Men’s Tennis SID

Nick McAlister Manager

Blaine Burris Trainer

John Seketa Promotions

Lawson Clary Academic Counselor

Phil Grayson Associate Ath. Dir.

David Helms Strength Coach

Pat Sprengelmeyer Raquet Technician

Robert Vine Technology Asst.

Gary Wade Asst. AD/Facilities

Anthony Lee is entering his first year as a Volunteer Assistant Coach. He will also work as an intern in the Clemson Compliance office. Before coming to Clemson, Lee played professional tennis on the United State Tennis Association (USTA) Pro Circuit. Lee and former Clemson standout Damiisa Robinson earned a professional doubles ranking. After competing on the professional tour, Anthony coached nationally ranked junior players at one of the top tennis academies in Atlanta, Georgia. He also traveled with an ATP touring professional.

Tiger Travel Information 3/19-20 at Florida A&M at Florida State Best Western 2016 Appalachee Parkway Tallahassee, FL ph: (850) 656-6312 3/26 at N.C. State Embassy Suites 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd Cary, NC 27513 ph: 919-677-1840 3/28 at Wake Forest Graylyn Inn 1900 Reynolda Rd. Winston-Salem, NC 27106 (336) 758-2600

4/9 at North Carolina 4/11 at Duke Courtyard by Marriott 100 Marriott Way Chapel Hill, NC 27517 (919) 883-00700 4/15-19 Atlantic Coast Conf. Embassy Suites 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd Cary, NC 27513 ph: 919-677-1840

Clemson’s National Award Winners ITA Senior Player-of-the Years 1980 Mike Gandolfo 1982 Mark Dickson 1983 Jean Desdunes 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer ITA Rookie-of-the-Year 1984 Lawson Duncan Osuna Award (Sportsmanship) 1984 Rick Rudeen Van Nostrand Memorial Award 1986 Richard Matuszewski 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer ITA National Coach-of-the-Year 1981 Chuck Kriese USPTA National Coach-of-the-Year 1981 Chuck Kriese 1986 Chuck Kriese

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The Clemson Program A Tradition of Excellence

The Clemson Men’s Tennis Program has become a perennial power, producing numerous All-America and All-ACC performers. Over the years, Clemson has won 12 ACC Regular Season Championships and 11 ACC Tournament Championships. The Tigers have also been to the NCAA Tournament in 24 times.

ACC Champions (11): 1969,1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1997 NCAA Final Eight (7): 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 2004 NCAA Final 16 (12): 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2004 Number of Appearances in the NCAA Tournament:

Clemson 24 Miami 22 Duke 19 North Carolina 17 Georgia Tech 12 Virginia 11 Florida State 10 Wake Forest 10 Virginia Tech 9 N.C. State 4 Note: Dual-Match Format Years Only

Chuck McCuen is only the seventh Head Coach in Clemson’s 100 year history.

ACC 50th Anniversary Team: Clemson had 15 of the 50 athletes named to the ACC 50-Year Anniversary Men’s Tennis Team, more than any other school. The 15 selections were also a high for Clemson in any sport. NCAA Tournaments: 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Clemson’s All-America Selections: Mike Gandolfo, ‘80; Mark Dickson, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82; Pender Murphy, ‘80, ‘81; Jean Desdunes, ‘82, ‘83; Rick Rudeen, ‘83; Lawson Duncan, ‘84; Miguel Nido, ‘85; Richard Matuszewski, ‘85, ‘86; Brandon Walters, ‘85, ‘86; Jay Berger, ‘86; Craig Boynton, ‘87; Kent Kinnear, ‘87; John Sullivan, ‘87, ‘89; Vince Van Gelderen, ‘87, ‘89; Todd Watkins, ‘89; Bruce Li, ‘96; Mitch Sprengelmeyer, ‘96, ‘97; Jarmaine Jenkins, ‘04, Nathan Thompson, ‘04, Clement Reix, ‘06.

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THIS IS...

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

Where the Blue Ridge yawns its greatness, Where the Tigers play, Here the sons of dear old Clemson Reign supreme alway. Dear old Clemson we will triumph, And with all our might, That the Tiger’s roar may echo O’er the mountain height.

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CLEMSON EXPERIENCE

Many have said that experience is the best teacher. Perhaps that’s why students who attend Clemson University not only seek superior academics, they look for broader opportunities-hands-on learning, a stronger sense of family and community, and a powerful connection to the world around them. The best of both worlds, Clemson is redefining the term “top-tier research university” by combining the scientific and technological horsepower of a major research university with the highly engaged academic and social environment of a private, liberal arts college. Described as the perfect blend of geography, camraderie and scholarship, Clemson is more than just a steppingstone to academic excellence. It’s the gateway to the rest of your life. The Clemson Experience is different for every student. There are countless opportunities to participate in decades of tradition, perform community service and pursue challenging learning situations. Clemson is a vibrant, student-centered community that thrives on leadership, collaboration, public service, relevant research and a winning spirit -- in academics, athletics and life. Whatever your interests, Clemson goes beyond textbooks and lectures to provide an environment where you can play, discover, innovate and apply what you’ve learned to leave a lasting impression on the rest of the world.

World Report U.S. News & 22nd among ranks Clemson al universities. all public nation

Selected as one of a few “Campuses with a Conscience” by The Princeton Review, Clemson has always encouraged faculty and students to participate in community service projects.

ESPN’s College GameDay visited Clemson in 2006.

President Barack Obama at a political rally on campus.

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Clemson Quick Facts *18,317 student enrollment *89 countries represented in student enrollment *91% freshman retention rate *14:1 student-to-teacher ratio *31 average class size *1,223 full-time teaching faculty members *5 colleges *68 undergraduate programs *111 graduate programs

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The Unofficial, Unbiased, Insider’s Guide to the 328 Most Interesting Colleges cited Clemson as a top school in career preparation.

"There is something in these hills that brings together and binds together and holds together men and women of all persuasions, of all heights, sizes, weights, and cultural backgrounds- something that cuts across every difference, spans every gap, penetrates every wall- something that makes a man or a woman stand taller, feel better and say with high pride to all within earshot,‘I went to Clemson.’" -- from "Something in These Hills" by Joe Sherman ‘34

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CAMPUS LIFE The Hendrix Center is the hub of student activity on campus. The 108,000 square-foot facility houses a convenience store, a food court, a movie theater, meeting rooms, as well as the student bookstore. The Hendrix Center is also home to the Michelin Career Center. The Michelin Career Center offers many beneficial services such as career workshops, on-campus interviewing, internships programs, experiential education and resume critiquing. Clemson University Career Services was ranked #3 for Career Services in the 2010 Princeton Review RankClemson ranked ing of Best Colleges. The Gantt Intercultural Center provides support services for Clemson’s students of color and international students, while at the same time fostering a campus community that recognizes, celebrates, appreciates and values diversity. Featuring 200,000 square feet of space,

the Apple store, CCIT, and a variety of dining options including Chili’s Too. The Union Underground is equipped with 10 bowling lanes, tournament pool tables, table tennis, foosball, air hockey, a video arcade and more.

#1 for schools with

the Happiest Students in the Princeton Review’s annual survey of 120,000 college students across the country. “Clemson students approach life ‘Southern style’: We’re pretty laid

back, we like to have a good time,

work hard

The University Union is also home to the

Center for Student Involvement. From community service to

entertainment and everything in between, the Center for Student Involvement aims to help connect students who have similar interests as well as provide opportunities to gain valuable experiences while having a great time. With 315 student organizations on campus, there are lots of ways to get involved at Clemson!

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, and have .” Fike Recreation Center is one of The Brooks Center for Performthe premier university recreation facilities in ing Arts presents more than 75 perforthe state. Swann Fitness Center features an mances each year, including Broadway touring shows, international chamber 8,000 sqaure-foot atrium with new weight and cardio equipment, an elevated run/walk track, basketball courts, aerobics/multipurpose rooms, locker rooms, music ensembles, Clemson student productions and family entertainment. a pool, racquetball courts and a climbing wall. More than 50 intramural and club sports are available through Fike. The Robert Muldrow Cooper Library, located in the center of campus, is the main library of the Clemson University Libraries System. Six floors house more than 1.5 milllion items, including books, periodicals and The Edgar A. microforms. Brown University Union houses

many important offices and services for Clemson students. It is home to the student post office,

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There’s something in the soil of Bowman Field that builds character, responsibility, courage and teamwork in the lives and hearts of Clemson students. Bowman Field holds a sense of timeless connection for Clemson, and serves as a “green beach” on sunny days and the perfect place for the union of town and compus for special events.

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*8 student-run media organizations *12 free CAT bus routes *14 dining facilities *16 intramural sports offered each year *18 holes of golf *47 bells ringing in Tillman Hall *50+ club sports *295-acre SC Botanical Garden located on campus *315 student clubs & organizations *400+ Wi-Fi spots *1.5 million items in the Cooper Library

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CLEMSON, SC

  The signs on the side of the highway as you enter Clemson say “Clemson: In Season Every Season.” From the point of view of most Clemson graduates, the seasons this slogan speaks of are football, basketball, baseball, etc. But a drive through town in the middle of spring, when the azaleas and dogwoods are in full bloom, or a walk through campus in October, when the trees are blazing in the brilliant colors of autumn, will leave little doubt that Clemson is indeed in season, every season. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and caressed by the shores of beautiful Lake Hartwell, Clemson is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina, two hours northeast of Atlanta, GA and two hours southwest of Charlotte, NC. The friendly residents of Clemson and the surrounding towns welcome visitors each year with a true dose of southern hospitality.

With its college-town, lakefront setting against a backdrop of mountains and forests, Clemson is characterized by a strong sense of community, a commitment to service and a love of winning – in academics, in athletics and in life.

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The area boasts a great variety of restaurants, ranging from the downtown barbecue and hamburger spots, to the historic Liberty Hall Inn and Calhoun Corners. Any palate or budget can find something to his or her liking, as more than 50 eating establishments are located in the Clemson/Pendleton/ Central area. The area adopts “Clemson Fever,” as Tiger Paws are omnipresent on local billboards and entrances. The mild climate of the foothills lends itself to many outdoor activities throughout the year. Clemson has excellent and ample facilities for tennis, golf, fishing, hiking, white-water rafting and various other pursuits. The campus borders the 900-plus-mile shoreline of Lake Hartwell, where swimming, boating, skiing and sailing are popular pasttimes. When one wants to leave the area, they do not have to go far to find whatever they are looking for. Pro sports are only a couple of hours away in Atlanta and Charlotte. For sun and fun, its an easy interstate drive to the coast of South Carolina, to Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, or even historic Charleston. And for those who enjoy cooler climates, the mountains of North Carolina are only an hour’s drive away.

On football game days, Clemson becomes the fourth largest city in South Carolina, with over 81,000 “citizens” in attendance.

Average Temperatures in Clemson

According to Wikipedia, town and gown is a term used to describe the two communities of a university town: “town” being the nonacademic population and “gown” the university community. According to The Princeton Review, Clemson University has the best relationship of this kind in the nation.

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VICKERY HALL Student-Athlete Enrichment

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Since its inception in 1991, the Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs have provided student-athletes a continued commitment to excellence. Our approach is to address the total student-athlete, and we are committed to coaching our student-athletes to success in the academic, personal growth, career, and community service arenas. As an original member of the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, we provide opportunities and services to address the changing needs and skills of studentathletes during college and after graduation. This program was selected for the Division I-A Athletic Director’s Association “Program of Excellence” Award, a lifetime award recognizing CHAMP/Life Skills excellence. The Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs are housed in Vickery Hall, located in the center of campus. The $3-million structure is as impressive aesthetically as other athletic facilities. It recently underwent $300,000 in renovations to further assist our student-athletes in the classroom. But the importance of Vickery Hall to our student-athletes is not found in the structure itself, but in the many programs that the building houses.

Vickery Hall opened in the fall of 1991 and was the first facility in the country constructed solely to provide academic support to student-athletes. The two-story, 27,000 square-foot building is open all day and into the evening hours to accommodate the student-athletes’ extended schedules. Our programs are dedicated to provide a holistic, educational experience by inspiring an environment of respect, integrity, and excellence. Through these services, Vickery guides and encourages each individual to reach his or her full potential as a student, athlete, and citizen.

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Goals and Expected Results *Improve academic performance *Assist student-athletes in becoming goal oriented and aspiring to those goals *Assist with career planning and preparation for the working world *Attain higher overall graduation rates and grade point averages *Increase the number of student athletes receiving academic honors and recognition *Promote graduate work and increase postgraduate scholarships and opportunities *Promote and encourage all student athletes to maintain good academic standards

CAREER DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENT

The Career Enhancement Program provides

student-athletes an opportunity to develop and meet their career aspirations by participating in various seminars. We coordinate with the academic colleges, the Michelin Center, and through athletic contacts to provide studentathletes with jobsearching skills and strategies, internships, practical experiences, and help in securing summer employment. They are designed to address specific career opportunities and provide related information about the student-athletes for each year. One major aspect of the Career Enhancement Program is to focus on building a resumĂŠ and interviewing techniques. This segment is designed to better prepare our student-athletes for full-time employment. Another aspect utilizes the resources available to the University, Alumni Center, and athletic department. The staff works to establish a network of businesses, companies, and executives who will assist with providing internship and employment opportunities. The Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs have a career counselor on staff, so career advice is readily available in Vickery Hall. Unique to our program, the career counselor is a member of the Michelin Career Center and SAEP staff. This link between athletics and the Michelin Career Center provides student-athletes the most up-to-date information and resources in career development, and preparation for entrance into the job market upon graduation.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENT

One of the most important programs in Vickery Hall that helps student-

athletes reach their full potential and engage successfully in their college experience is the Personal Growth & Development program. One key component is a first-semester freshman class designed to assist student-athletes in making a successful transition into the university along with athletic life. All firstsemester freshmen attend a semester-long series of workshops, targeting the transitional issues of time management, organizational strategies, health and wellness issues, athletic performance, diversity issues, career orientation, and service training. Throughout the academic year, all student-athletes are required to attend large-group programs, which focus on pertinent social, health, or athletic issues.

Vickery Hall Values *Education and lifelong learning as the foundation of our program *Integrity and honesty in our dealing with student-athletes, faculty, and staff *Respect and responsibility, both given and inspired *Holistic development of each student athlete *The ethical standards governing Clemson University, the ACC, and the NCAA

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DOUG KINGSMORE STADIUM

Doug Kingsmore Stadium, with its capacity of 6,217 loyal Tiger fans, is one of the best baseball facilities in the nation. Year after year, Clemson has finished in the top 10 in the nation in average attendance, while the Tigers have enjoyed an outstanding record in the friendly confines.

HISTORIC RIGGS FIELD

Historic Riggs Field was first used in 1915, and served as home to Clemson’s football, baseball, and track teams. Currently, the 6,500 seat grandstand provides top-notch accomodations for fans and players, and the revitalization of the bermuda grass makes Riggs Field one of the nation’s finest.

HOKE SLOAN TENNIS CENTER

The Clemson tennis teams make their home at the Hoke A. Sloan Tennis Center, which consists of 21 laykold-surface outdoor courts and a four-court indoor facility. A 700-seat permanent stadium, originally built in 1985 and upgraded in the fall of 2006, overlooks six of the courts for varsity competition.

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JERVEY GYM

Jervey Gym has served as host for Clemson volleyball matches since 1979 and has seen the Tigers win over 70 percent of their home matches. Jervey Gym official capacity is listed at 2,000 and a record 2,200 fans witnessed Clemson upset 14th-ranked Duke in four sets during the 2007 season.

LITTLEJOHN COLISEUM

Littlejohn Coliseum is home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams, who have combined to win over 70 percent of their home games. The 10,000-seat facility, renovated in 2003, was recently named the second-toughest venue in college basketball in a contest sponsored by EA Sports.

Historic Riggs Field

MCHUGH NATATORIUM

McHugh Natatorium was completely renovated in 2003 and features eight lanes for swimming as well as a diving well with one and three meter springboards. The facility also includes private team locker rooms and a team room for the studentathletes, and is located within Swann Fitness Center at Fike Fieldhouse.

MEMORIAL STADIUM

Death Valley’s mystique is derived from its many traditions, which date to its opening in 1942, the legendary games and players, and Clemson’s corresponding rate of success. Clemson has won 240 games in 66 years there and has won over 71 percent of the contests at Memorial Stadium, with its capacity of 81,500.

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ROWING BOATHOUSE

The rowing boathouse is one of the best facilities in the ACC and the South region. The 11,500 sqaure foot facility was recently completed and houses an expanded locker room, workout space, a team meeting room, a lounge, a kitchen, and coaches offices. A six-lane fully bouyed race course is located directly behind the boathouse on Lake Hartwell.

TRACK & FIELD FACILITIES

The Clemson indoor facility, opened in 2003, has played host to the ACC Championships in 2004 and 2007. The facility features a 200 meter track with an eight-lane straightaway and six-lane oval. The Rock Norman Track & Field Complex has a seating capacity of 4,500 and will play host to the 2010 ACC Outdoor Championships.

WALKER COURSE

Doug Kingsmore Stadium

The Walker Course is one of the most picturesque areas on the Clemson campus. It is one of the top public courses in the state of South Carolina and features the signature Tiger Paw Hole. The course features Bermuda fairways and tees and bentgrass greens.

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TOTAL ATHLETE CARE & PERFORMANCE PROGRAM Clemson offers a unique program designed to support the success of the student athlete at all levels – in the classroom, the playing field and life. This integrated model of student-athlete support - The Total Athlete Care and Performance Program - addresses the student-athlete’s welfare, conduct and performance from a holistic perspective. Student-athletes are supported through relevant and targeted programs, services, resources, conditions and guiding principles. With the focus on the unique needs of each student-athlete, the program integrates all resources into one support system, allowing for efficient communication between various entities and rapid access to assistance relevant to each situation.

Dr. Loreto Jackson, an exercise physiologist and sports nutritionist, manages the student-athlete’s integration of care as the Director of Student-Athlete Performance, and works one-on-one with the student-athlete, coach, or teams as the need arises.

Performance Nutrition *Diet Makeovers *Energy, Weight Loss/Gain Programs *Sport Specific Education *Collaboration with Strength & Conditioning Program *Body Fat Assessment *Energy & Vitamin Supplementation *Individual/Team Consultations *Collaboration with Health Center and Sports Medicine

“Putting it Together for the Student-Athlete”

Performance Psychology

The Tiger Power Station is a nutritional supplementation program designed to provide athletes from each sport the opportunity to achieve optimal athletic performance and recovery through proper nutrition and supplementation. The Power Station is fully stocked with a variety of items such as recovery drinks, energy drinks, energy and protein bars, and liquid multi-vitamins.

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*Mental Skills Enhancement *Stress/Performance Anxiety Control *Return-to-Play (after injury) Program *Leadership, Confidence, Composure, Mental Toughness Training *Communication Skills Development *Learning Strategies *Critical Issue Management

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Clemson University has one of the finest weight rooms in the country. In 2004, the weight room was drastically remodeled, receiving a more modern and updated look as well as a more functional layout. Some of the new and updated features of the weight room include a state-of-the-art sound system, eight flat-screen plasma televisions, state-of-the-art ventilation system, new lighting system, 10 new multi-functional Clemson power racks, Mondo rubber flooring throughout entire weight room, new orange upholstery on all equipment, new paint on surrounding walls and columns, carpeting in entrances and offices and a reconstruction of the entryway walls. The nearly 15,000 square foot facility boasts over 12 tons of weight equipment and lines of Nautilus and Hammer Strength machines. The vast amount of equipment allows the weight room to be used by a number of teams simultaneously. The plush atmosphere provides an interesting contrast to the physical exertion that takes place in the facility. The Tiger Strength and Conditioning program is on the cutting edge of athletic sports enhancement. The multiple training methodologies utilized by the Clemson strength staff ensures that each athlete gets the maximum benefit from resistance training, speed development, nutritional consultation, and sports specific conditioning. A staff of 12 trainers designs strength and conditioning programs that are sport specific. A threefold plan is implemented each time a yearly program is set in motion. Each coach will perform a need analysis, program development model and a periodization scheme complete with micro and macro cycles. The Dynamic and Conjugate method of training, which is a highly specialized and demanding form of resistance work, is also utilized for various sports. Once the training programs have been finalized, the strength professional works closely with the head coach during the needs analysis, program development and implementation phases. Constant evaluation is essential to meet the program goals and objectives of the program. Annual sports critiques are performed by the staff to provide a checks and balance for the integrity of the program. The awesome Tiger facility and professional training staff provide the expertise and motivation needed to excel as a student-athlete. As we often say at Clemson, working out is what you do up to 90% ‌..training is the last 10%.

Mission Statement The major goal of the Tiger Strength, Speed and Conditioning Program is to provide to our competitve athletes the means by which they develop attitude, work ethic, mental toughness, discipline and pride, in-self and total program. Athletes will train consistently, sensibly, and systematically over a designed and designated period of time, in a safe, clean, and professional environment to prevent injuries and enhance performance. We believe Strength, Speed and Conditioning is the key to a successful athletic career at Clemson University. We are always researching, developing and implementing strategies to give us the cutting edge to achieve peak performance.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

Clemson student-athletes in all sports now have the luxury of one of the top athletic training facilities in the nation. In the fall of 2000, the facility completed a $750,000 renovation and was renamed the Hoover Training Facility. It is named in honor of Fred Hoover, who served as Clemson’s Head Athletic Trainer for 40 years. He has been inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of the Fame and the National Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame. The spacious facility features the latest in athletic training needs. There are offices for the employees and new taping tables, the latest in rehabilitation facilities, including stationary bikes, elliptical machines and an underwater treadmill, and a large hydro-therapy area. The Hoover Athletic   Training Facility is stateof-the-art in every aspect. It includes offices for staff and physicians, an orthopedic examination room, a conference room, and library. Best of all, the facility has plenty of space for all athletic training needs. Danny Poole, Director of Sports Medicine at Clemson, was in need of more space before this new athletic training/rehabilitation room was built.  “This facility was in the planning stage for a while as we continued to grow as an athletic department,” Poole said. “We were allowed to design a facility to fit what was best for us.” Because of the facility’s size, Athletic Trainers can now work on more athletes than ever before. The facility handles athletes from 16 of Clemson’s 19 sports. Athletic trainers are present at 7:00 AM and stay until they aren’t needed any longer in the evening.

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The athletic training staff includes seven full-timers, 15 students, and 10 graduate assistants that are kept busy year-round. One of its biggest advantages is the number of people who can be treated at the same time. This was enhanced over the past two years, as a total of three full-time assistants, two of whom worked previously as student assistants at Clemson, were added to Poole’s staff. Clemson’s main athletic training facility is located in the downstairs portion of the Jervey Athletic Center, next to the equipment room and beneath the coaching and administrative offices of the Tiger athletic department. Along with the main facility, the sports medicine staff operates three satellite athletic training rooms located in Littlejohn Coliseum, Doug Kingsmore Stadium, and Riggs Field.   In addition, a second state-of-theart athletic training facility recently opened in the West End Zone at Memorial Stadium.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

is a unique character education initiative that aims to incorporate specific character traits into a comprehensive educational program highlighting Clemson’s student-athletes and traditions. Because we believe that athletics builds character, the basic intent of the Be a T.I.G.E.R! program is to unify our message and provide our studentathletes with a focused approach to personal appearances, speaking engagements and opportunities to serve.

- work together as a to accomplish more means you can be trusted - Always show to those who help you - Make getting your a priority yourself and others

Community Service by the Numbers This program consists of an athlete being paired with an “at risk� student at a local school. The athlete and buddy email each other weekly and meet one another at the completion of the 12-week program.

This annual event posted the largest attendance to date this year, with over 650 children attending. A representative from each athletic team led activities to teach the children about the traits needed to Be a T.I.G.E.R!

*Student-athletes completed over 6,000 hours of service *Service spanned over 145 different events and organizations *3 teams averaged over 25 hours of service per student-athlete *6 teams averaged over 8 hours of service per student-athlete *Rowing led the way with 35.12 hours of service per studentathlete

This newspaper is written entirely by Tiger athletes and coaches and highlights all of the character traits.

Student-athletes visited over 20 elementary schools this year and held assemblies to teach the five character traits.

The is an elite group of over 100 athletes who fill all requests for service received by the athletic department. SOS is organized into teams of 15 student-athletes and compete against each other for service hours.

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JAMES F. BARKER

As an architect, James F. Barker is a rarity among major university presidents and he has often wondered why. He believes architecture is the ideal background for the challenges of university leadership, because it strikes the right balance between art and science, the creative, and the practical. “I often tell people I learned everything from plumbing to poetry in architecture school, and I use every bit of that knowledge as president of Clemson University,” Barker said. Add to that his love of sports and his college experience as a varsity athlete on Clemson’s track team, Barker is the total package. A 1970 Clemson graduate, Barker became president in 2000 with a vision and a mandate from the Board of Trustees to lead Clemson into the top ranks of American public universities...an institution that attracts outstanding faculty and students, provides an unmatched educational experience, and helps drive innovation and economic development for the state of South Carolina. During Barker’s presidency, the University has harnessed the competitive, can-do spirit of the Clemson family to help improve the quality of a Clemson education and the value of a Clemson degree. It has climbed from #39 to #22 among public universities in the U.S. News & World Report, which also recognized Clemson in its 2009 guide as an “up and coming” institution. In the last decade, Clemson has also: • been granted a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, America’s oldest and most prestigious undergraduate honor society in the arts and sciences. • been recognized for value and affordability by Kiplinger’s and Smart Money magazine, and twice ranked #1 among the “Best Places to Work in Academia” by The Scien-

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tist magazine. • developed and implemented an academic “Road Map” with eight emphasis areas aligned with South Carolina’s economic needs. • created an Academic Success Center to help undergraduates learn and succeed. Freshmen retention rates have gone up and graduation rates have risen from 71 percent in 2001 to 78 percent in 2008. According to the National Survey of Student Engagement, 91 percent of Clemson seniors would choose Clemson again. • strengthened its cyberinfrastructure and information technology capabilities, and connected to national high-speed research networks. • been ranked as high as #61 on the top-500 list of supercomputing sites. • launched major education and research-based economic initiatives, including the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, the Center for Advanced Materials in Anderson County, and the Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston, all in conjunction with the South Carolina Centers of Economic Excellence program. • developed an innovative undergraduate research program called “Creative Inquiry,” which pairs small teams of students with a senior faculty member on multi-year voyages of discovery. • created the Bridge to Clemson program to help students make the transition from the state’s technical/community colleges to Clemson. • set new records for students applications (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels), private giving, external-research support, and studyabroad participation. Working with state leaders and private industry partners, Barker has steered Clemson into a greater economic development role. The first phase of the CUICAR campus near I-85 is complete and graduate students in automotive engineering are studying at its Campbell Graduate Engineering Center. Leading the academic and research program are distinguished professors in endowed chairs supported by

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BMW, Michelin, and Timken. The Restoration Institute is spearheading major research and public education efforts to improve watershed management and restore water quality in South Carolina. Barker is a leading voice in higher education, not only in South Carolina but nationwide. He currently chairs the Division I Committee of the NCAA Board of Directors and delivered a keynote address at a symposium in Washington D.C. on global best practices in science & technology parks. It was sponsored by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Association of University Research Parks, as his topic was CU-ICAR. For his leadership, Barker has received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, and The Cliff’s Business Person-of-theYear Award from Greenville Magazine. He has also received the James T. Rogers Meritorious Service Award from the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. As Clemson’s president, Barker remains committed to the classroom. Each spring, he is part of a team that teaches an undergraduate course exploring “a sense of place” in architecture, literature, and history. In presenting Barker with the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2005, Washington University Chancellor Mark Wrighton said, “James F. Barker has taken the architectural skills and knowledge required to design a building and applied them to the future of a university. His architect’s vision, collaborative instincts, and sense of place are rapidly pushing Clemson up through the ranks of the nation’s top public universities. He has become a leader in national academic circles by creating a new model of education, building interdisciplinary partnerships among the professional schools and the basic curriculum by tearing down artificial walls between disciplines.” A native of Kingsport, TN, Barker earned his bachelor of arts degree from Clemson in 1970 and his master of architecture & urban design degree from Washington University in Saint Louis, MO in 1973. He and his wife Marcia have two sons and one grandchild.


TERRY DON PHILLIPS

On June 30, 2009, Clemson’s football staff moved into the West Endzone at Memorial Stadium. It was a day of physical exertion for a lot of coaches, but the Tiger football staff performed the strenuous activity with smiles on their faces because the move meant the completion of Phase II of the West Endzone project, a project that has brought the Clemson football facilities to among the best in the nation. It was also a day that brought a smile to the face of Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips, who had been working toward that day before he arrived on campus seven years ago. The creation of the West Endzone facility is another in a long line of accomplishments for Phillips throughout his 30-year career in athletic administration. Phillips’ vision for the West Endzone was to create a top-of-the-line facility for the football program, but at the same time have a positive effect on the total sports program. The facility at Memorial Stadium now creates more office space, new locker rooms, and training room and strength training facilities for the Olympic sports programs. There have been many facility and infrastructure enhancements since Phillips came to Clemson and they have led to a quality all-around program. In 2008-09, Clemson played in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the NCAA Baseball Tournament, and a bowl game, one of just 13 schools nationally to participate in all three. It was also the first time Clemson had done that in 11 years. The men’s basketball program reached the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year and finished in the top 25 of the final AP poll for the second straight year, a first in school history. The rowing program had a remarkable year, winning its first ACC Championship and the Varsity 4+ won the national title. The volleyball team played host to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year and the women’s tennis team finished in the top 20 (#11) for the seventh straight year. The baseball team won an NCAA Regional and had a #14 final ranking, the golf team finished #6 in the final Sagarin ratings, and the indoor track team finished 23rd at the NCAA Championships. Overall, six programs received team bids to NCAA Tournaments.

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Academically, 17 of the 19 programs were above the national average for public institutions in terms of APR scores. In the 2009 spring semester, the 15 programs had a 2.97 combined GPA, the highest on record for any semester and 54 percent of the student-athletes made the Academic Honor Roll. These statistics and accomplishments were contributing factors to Phillips’ selection as one of the top-100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America in 2008, as named by The Institute for International Sport at the University of Rhode Island. The institute’s objective involved a four-year process and resulted in a list that spans scholars, Olympians, coaches, and other industry leaders “who have creatively and effectively used sport in the very best way as a means to educate and shape positive values.” Phillips’ athletic career and academic pursuits epitomize that desire. Perhaps still the only Division I athletic director with both a doctorate and law degree, he uniquely blends the discipline and inspiration created on each side of campus. In his eighth year at Clemson, he has firmly put his imprint on the University and Tiger athletics by creating a balanced, positive environment for success that emphasizes academic integrity, student-athlete welfare, and competing at the highest levels with unequivocal NCAA compliance. Phillips  was recognized nationally for his performance at Clemson in June of 2006 when he was honored by NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics) as the 2005-06 GeneralSports Turf Systems Athletic Director-ofthe-Year for the Southeast Region of the FBS. He was one of just four FBS athletic directors honored at the annual convention in New Orleans, LA. Excellence in academics has been a constant on his resumé. He has an undergraduate degree from Arkansas (1970), a master’s degree from Virginia Tech (1974), a doctorate degree from Virginia Tech (1978), and a law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law (1996). He is a member of the Arkansas Bar, American Bar Association, and Sports Lawyers Association. Phillips remains a classroom presence by teaching a sports law section in Clemson’s Accountancy & Legal Studies department. In addition, he is past chair of the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee. He has written on diverse areas, such as antitrust and the NCAA, student-athlete welfare, alternative dispute resolution, and Title IX. His doctoral dissertation on Title IX involved a historical review of the law and was the first national study of Title IX implications on college athletic programs. This research spawned his intent and desire to study law. Prior to coming to Clemson, Phillips served as athletic director at Oklahoma

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State. Football was transformed from a perennial losing status to defeating Oklahoma during five of the eight years he was associated with Oklahoma State (199402). For this, he received the National Football Foundation Oklahoma Chapter Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football Award in 2002. Additionally in 2006, he was named one of the top-25 most influential people in the history of Oklahoma State Athletics by GoPokes Magazine. When it came to success on the field and in the classroom, Oklahoma State’s programs were among the Big 12’s best. The achievements of the program included two national titles in men’s golf, a men’s basketball Final Four appearance, two trips to the College World Series, 13 Big 12 titles, and 11 individual National Champions along with 53 academic All-Americans. Before leading Oklahoma State, Phillips served as senior associate athletic director at Arkansas from 1988-94. He has served as athletic director at Liberty (1980-81) and Louisiana-Lafayette (1983-88). He was an assistant athletic director at Missouri (1981-83) and began his administrative career in 1979 as an assistant athletic director at Florida. Phillips began his career in college athletics coaching football. He started as a graduate assistant at Arkansas in 1970 and 1971. He moved on to Virginia Tech as an assistant coach (1971-78) before joining the ranks of athletic administration. At Virginia Tech, he served on coaching staffs that included future Clemson Head Coaches Charley Pell and Danny Ford. Winning has been on Phillips’ resumé since his playing days at Arkansas. He lettered on three Frank Broyles teams (1966,68,69), where he and his brother Loyd, an Outland Trophy winner, were starting defensive tackles, the first brother combination to start together under Broyles. Arkansas had a 27-5 record in the three years, played in two Sugar Bowl games, and played in the memorable 1969 National Championship game against Texas. Phillips has two children, John Dennis (32) and Sarah-Jane (29), and three stepchildren, Meagan (20), a sophomore at Clemson and proud member of Tiger Band, Marshall (19), and Madison (17). His wife Tricia is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and earlier enjoyed a career in athletics and development. She is now active in the Clemson and Seneca communities.

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COMPLIANCE

This brief NCAA rules education is aimed at outlining basic recruiting rules to help potential Tiger studentsathletes and parents better understand the extensive process. Clemson University is committed to recruiting and conducting our athletic program with the highest level of integrity. If you have questions about NCAA rules, please contact Clemson’s compliance services at (864) 656-1580 or through our website at ClemsonTigers.com and click on compliance.

A prospect should check with his high school guidance office to see if he is taking classes that will meet NCAA eligibility standards. A prospect should do this early - prior to his sophomore year - and keep track of core courses. A prospect will need to take either the ACT or SAT for NCAA certification. - NCAA rules define a contact as a face-toface interaction with a prospect and/or his parents off Clemson’s campus by a coach. During your senior year of high school, NCAA rules allow a coach to make three contacts with you and your parents at any site.

- Courses at a prospect’s high school that are considered college preparatory. The NCAA requires 16 core courses, including four in English, three in math, two in science, one additional from English, math, or science, two social sciences, and four additional courses. A high school prospect’s guidance counselor will have a list of the school’s core courses, or you can visit the NCAA Eligibility Center’s website at NCAAClearinghouse.net for more information.

- During the contact period, a senior prospect may invite college coaches to his home to meet his parents, and to talk in detail about the athletic program and academic offerings at any college the prospect is considering.

NCAA Eligibility Center. Official visit invitations are extended by Tiger coaches only. Official visits may not occur prior to the first day of class of the prospect’s senior year in high school.

- A term used to describe the process of acquainting a prospect with a college and the coaches of that college, who are striving to learn more about a prospect. Only coaches can recruit - no one else is permitted to persuade a prospect to play sports at a particular college.

Yes. NCAA rules allow a school to provide lodging and meals for parents or legal guardians who accompany their child. However, NCAA rules do not allow schools to provide transportation for parents unless they drive with their son.

- Any student who has entered the ninth grade. Once a person becomes a prospect, NCAA rules define how college coaches can interact with that prospect.

- Recruiting period when coaches may not have face-to-face contact with prospects on or off campus. Coaches may continue to telephone and write a prospect. - In April and May of a prospect’s junior year, coaches will come to a prospect’s high school, and review his athletic and academic credentials with his coach. In the fall, they may watch a prospect compete one time, but they will not have any contact.

- Clemson coaches can call a prospect after July 1 of a prospect’s senior year. A prospect can expect unlimited calls before his official visit and once the prospect has signed a National Letter of Intent.

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Assoc. AD for Compliance Services:.......Stephanie Ellison Asst. AD for Compliance Services:.................. Brad Woody Director of Compliance Services:............. Courtney Vinson Compliance Services Phone:................. (864) 656-1580 Compliance Services Fax:..................... (864) 656-1243 Ellison Email:........................................ saellis@clemson.edu Woody Email:.................................... cbwoody@clemson.edu Vinson Email:...................................... cvinson@clemson.edu Compliance Address:...P.O. Box 31, Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Address:........................Jervey Athletic Center, .......................100 Perimeter Road; Clemson, SC 29634

- Prior to September 1 of a prospect’s junior year, NCAA rules allow Clemson to mail a questionnaire, NCAA educational information, and a summer-camp brochure to a prospect. After September 1 of the prospect’s junior year, coaches can provide a prospect with the following: personalized letters, media guide and copies of newspaper articles, instant messages and text messages. A prospect can receive a game program when he visits the Clemson campus.

- A prospect must take the SAT or ACT before enrolling in college full-time. A prospect may take the SAT or ACT more than once and use the best subscore from different tests to achieve the highest score. Both Clemson and the NCAA Eligibility Center require scores to be reported directly from the testing agency. When registering for the test, list the Eligibility Center Code (9999) and Clemson (511 (SAT), 3842 (ACT)). Clemson University admissions requires students to present either an SAT or ACT writing score. The writing score will not be used to determine a prospect’s qualifier status.

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A prospect can take a total of five official visits (one per institution), which are expensepaid. Before the visit, the prospect must present a high school transcript, proof of an SAT, ACT, PACT, or PSAT test, and be registered with the

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NCAA rules are such that high school coaches may not be provided any expenses for official visits.

Yes. A prospect can have his high school coach call Tiger coaches to set up an unofficial visit. He can attend a game and talk with Tiger coaches, and it does not count as a contact when it is on Clemson’s campus. There are times a prospect cannot visit - NCAA rules refer to them as “dead periods,” and coaches will not schedule to meet with a prospect during that time period. No. NCAA rules are clear; only Clemson coaches can telephone, contact, and evaluate a prospect. Only college coaches can offer unofficial/official visits. It is a contract; a prospect and his parents sign a promise that the prospect will attend a particular college. In return, that college promises a prospect financial aid. A prospect signs it during his or her senior year. Once the prospect signs it, he or she cannot be recruited by any other institution, and it is a binding contract for the prospect’s first year in college at the school that provides the national letter of intent. It is the agency that certifies a prospect’s eligibility for NCAA Division I and Division II. A prospect should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at the end of his junior year in high school. Applications are available in the prospect’s guidance office or online at NCAAClearinghouse.net. Cost is $60 and remember to keep the PIN in a place for easy retrieval. A prospect should request the guidance counselor to send a transcript after his junior year and final transcript after graduation. A prospect should also request a final amateur decision beginning on April 1 of his senior year.


IPTAY

The IPTAY Scholarship Foundation, founded in 1934, was the first scholarship fundraising organization in college athletics. Its roots trace back to October 16, 1931 following a surprising 6-0 football loss to The Citadel. After the game, Captains Frank Jervey, Pete Heffner, Head Coach Jess Neely, and Assistant Coach Joe Davis met in a car outside the stadium in Florence, SC to discuss various ways Clemson could establish its football program to a competitive status.

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Shortly after the meeting, Dr. Rupert Fike offered his help after corresponding with Jervey. Neely believed he could run a successful football team if he was provided a $10,000-a-year increase in scholarships. Initially, Jervey originally called for members to pay $30 a year, but Fike recommended a smaller dollar amount, which he believed would lead to more members. Fike challenged 1000 people to step forward and pay $10 a year to the organization, which is where the name IPTAY originated from (I Pay Ten A Year). The purpose of IPTAY is “to provide annual financial scholarship support to the athletic department and to assist in every way possible to regain the high athletic prestige which rightfully belongs to Clemson.” The hard work of Fike and his colleagues began to pay off in 1939, as the Tigers went to their first bowl game, the 1940 Cotton Bowl, where they defeated Boston College 6-3 and finished the season in the AP top-25 poll for the first time in school history. Coincidentally, IPTAY reached Neely’s $10,000 goal for the first time in 1939.

IPTAY has been the key in building and maintaining the outstanding facilities essential for Clemson to remain one of the top intercollegiate programs in the country. IPTAY has played a critical role in various construction projects and renovations throughout the athletic department. IPTAY was the first organization in the nation to build and fund an academic support facility built solely for educational support of student-athletes. Vickery Hall opened its doors to Clemson’s student-athletes in 1991 and has established itself as a nationally-recognized program for student-athlete support.

Today, IPTAY has nearly 24,000 donors, which includes almost 16,000 IPTAY members as well as 8,000 members of the Tiger Cub Club and Collegiate Club, who continue Fike’s mission of providing annual scholarships for Clemson’s studentathletes to ensure all 19 varsity sports annually obtain the maximum amount of scholarships offered by the NCAA.

Today, the organization continues its missions as it recently celebrated its 75th year of scholarship support for Clemson student-athletes. Under the department of external affairs, IPTAY will expand its organizational service to move toward a broader scope of full-service. This will include capital gifts, improved marketing plans, estate planning, and increasing our membership through our IPTAY Representative program. For more information on IPTAY or determining other ways to contribute, please call the IPTAY office at (864) 6562115 or log on to Clems o n Ti g e r s . com.

IPTAY raises money to provide athletic scholarships for student-athletes.

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season. • The Lady Tigers advanced to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament for the second straight year, marking the first time since 1998 and 1999 that the Lady Tigers had won a game in back-to-back seasons at the conference championship. • Clemson recorded an historic upset in the first round of the 2009 ACC Tournament by upsetting #5 seed Georgia Tech. • Junior Lele Hardy picked up a pair of league honors this season with ACC All-Defensive Team accolades and an All-ACC Third Team selection. She became Clemson’s first all-conference player since 2004.

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• Clemson played in a bowl game, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, and the NCAA baseball tournament for the first time since the 1997-98 academic year and for just the eighth time in school history. • Clemson received team bids to NCAA tournaments in volleyball, women’s tennis, golf, baseball, rowing and men’s basketball. • Clemson was ranked in the top 25 in football, men’s basketball, women’s tennis, rowing, golf, men’s indoor track & field, baseball, and volleyball during the season. • Two Clemson student-athletes were among those inducted into the Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa this spring. Swimmer Michelle Parkhurst and rower Michelle Nance were among a group of 69 students selected to join the prestigious organization. • Seventeen of Clemson’s 19 athletic programs are above the national average for public institutions according to Academic Progress Rate scores. • Clemson won national championships in track & field and rowing in 2009. The Tigers’ Varsity 4+, consisting of Kelly Murphy, Lydia Hassell, Callen Erdeky, Allison Colberg, and Meredith Razzolini won the national championship in their first appearance at the NCAA regatta. On the track, two-sport star Jacoby Ford was indoor national champion at 60 meters.

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(Final national rank: #15) • Clemson advanced to the NCAA Super Regional round against Arizona State. It was Clemson’s eighth appearance in the super regional round since the format was Jeff Schaus adopted in 1999. • The Tigers produced one All-ACC player on the season in left fielder Jeff Schaus. He concluded the season with a .320 batting average, coupled with 13 home runs and 50 RBIs. • The team posted eight wins over top-25 teams in 2009, including five over top-five teams North Carolina, Miami (FL), and Georgia Tech. • Nine players were taken from Clemson’s team in the 2009 Major League Draft, including thirdround pick (#90 overall) Ben Paulsen. The Tigers tied for fourth among Division I schools with their nine players drafted.

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(Final National Rank #24) • Clemson finished the year with 23 wins, tied for the fifth highest total in school history. The .719 winning percentage ranks in a tie for fourth best in school history. • The 23 victories gave Clemson at least 20 wins for the third straight year, a first in Clemson history. • Clemson finished the year ranked 24th in the final Associated Trevor Press poll. It marks the Booker second consecutive year Clemson has been ranked in the final AP poll, the first time in history Clemson has finished in the top 25 in any poll in consecutive years. • Clemson was selected for the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, joining Duke and North Carolina as the only ACC schools to make the tournament each of the last two years. • Clemson defeated a third-ranked Duke team on Feb. 4 by 27 points, the largest victory margin for the Tigers against the Blue Devils since 1975. The 27-point victory margin was the largest in Clemson history against a team ranked in the top 25. • Clemson finished the regular season with a 14-0 record against non-conference teams, one of just eight Division I teams with a perfect non-conference record. • Head Coach Oliver Purnell was named the District III Coach-of-theYear by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Mid-Atlantic Coach-of-the-Year by Basketball Times. • Trevor Booker led the ACC in field goal percentage and rebounding, the first ACC player to do that since Tim Duncan in 1996-97.

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• The team finished the year with a 1417 record to post the program’s highest winning percentage since the 2002-03

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• Won four of its last five regular season games to earn a January 1 bowl bid to the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl, marking Clemson’s 1 0 t h consecutive year of being b o w l eligible. • Clemson posted a ninth consecutive winning season, one of just 13 Division I schools with nine consecutive winning seasons. • Ranked in the top four C.J. in the ACC in scoring Spiller offense and scoring defense, the only ACC team to rank in the top four in both categories • The 2008 seniors finished with 32 victories over the last four years, tied for the most wins by a Clemson senior class in the last 15 years. • Ranked in the top 25 in the nation in total defense, scoring defense and pass efficiency defense. • C.J. Spiller was named firstteam All-ACC on the field and in the classroom. He made the Dean’s List, the first Clemson football player to make firstteam All-ACC on the field and in the classroom since 2001.

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(Final National Rank: #6) • Clemson won the U.S. Collegiate Championship in April. That field included the top 11 ranked teams in the nation. Tigers came back from 13 strokes back to win, it was the greatest final round comeback in Clemson golf history. • Kyle Stanley won the Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the top collegiate golfer. He joined D.J. Trahan as Clemson winners of the prestigious honor. • Stanley recorded a national runner-up finish for the second time in three years at the NCAA

won the school’s first-ever national championship. • Three student-athletes were named Pocock All-Americans by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) at the end of the season. Jessica Leidecker, a two-time selection, was named to the first team, while Hilary Cumbest and Brittany Cummings were cited as second-team choices. • The Tigers won the school’s first-ever ACC rowing championship, defeating nine-time defending champion Virginia by one point in Oak Ridge, TN. • Clemson finished second in the South Region at the Aramark Central/South Sprints in May. Four rowers were named CRCA All-Region, with Brittany Cummings and Jessica Leidecker on the first team and Hilary Cumbest and Stefanie Kozuszek as second-team members. • Head Coach Richard Ruggieri was named the ACC and South Region Coach-of-the-Year. • The Varsity 8+ was named the ACC Crew-ofthe-Year. Five members of the varsity 8+ were named to the All-ACC team, including Jessica Leidecker, Brittany Cummings, Hilary Cumbest, Michelle Nance, and Carla Englund (coxswain). • Senior rower Megan Bendik was awarded a Weaver-James Corrigan postgraduate scholarship by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Championship. He shot a final round 66 and finished the Kyle Stanley tournament with a four-under par score of 209. MEN’S SOCCER • Stanley was named a Ping first-team All-American • Three Clemson players were named to the 2008 for the second time in his three-year career at the All-Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer team. conclusion of the season. The junior, who turned David Newton, a junior defender, and Joseph Bendik, professional at year’s end, concluded his career a junior goalkeeper, were both named to the All-ACC ranked second in Clemson history with a 71.63 second team. Teammate and defender Francklin stroke average. Blaise was named to the All-ACC freshman team. • Clemson advanced to the program’s 28th • Clemson goalkeeper Joe Bendik and defender consecutive NCAA Tournament, 26 in a row under David Newton were both named to the third-team Head Coach Larry Penley. NSCAA/Adidas All-South team. • The Tigers were listed sixth in the final Sagarin •Clemson and Wake Forest were the only teams in rankings. Clemson was also ranked as high as #4 in the nation to defeat the two national finalists, the Golf World coaches poll during the season. Maryland and • Three Tigers were named firstNorth Carolina. It team All-ACC: Kyle Stanley, Ben marked the first Martin and David May. time in Clemson • May was co-medalist at the ACC history the Tournament, the first Tiger to do Tigers defeated that since 2001. the national • Four former or current Tigers champion and played in the U.S. Open, tied for national runner second-most by any school in the up in the same country. Former Tiger Lucas Glover year. won the U.S. Open. • Clemson placed six ew cr + 4 y it pion Vars m ha players on the C l na io ROWING Nat 2008 All-ACC (Final National Rank: #12) Academic Men’s Soccer • Clemson made its first-ever team appearance at the NCAA Championships and Team. The six Tigers honored were as follows: responded with a 12th-place finish. The Varsity 4+ Francklin Blaise, Michael Brooks, Tommy Drake,

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• Senior forward Julie Bolt finished the season ranked fifth in the Atlantic C o a s t Conference in goals per game (0.60), in a tie for sixth in points per game (1.27) and in a tie for tenth in goals scored (9). Bolt was also a member of the 2008 All-ACC Academic T e a m

and the ESPN The Magazine AllJulie District III First Team. Bolt • Senior defender Molly Johnson earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award for the 2008 season. She was a mainstay on defense, starting all 82 games of her four-year career on the Tiger back line. Johnson was named to the AllACC Academic Team and the ESPN The Magazine All-District III First Team in 2008. • The Tigers recorded a cumulative team GPA of 3.30 for the fall semester of 2008 and 3.47 for the spring semester of 2009. The 3.47 figure is the fifth-best for any Clemson program on record. • Eighteen of the 25 players on the roster had at least a 3.0 during the fall, while 19 did so during the spring semester.

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• Both men’s (3.10) and women’s (3.34) team earned the Academic Team Award for the Fall 2008 s e m e s t e r. The teams combined to place 41 e Rachel Regon members on the honor roll in the fall semester. •Rachel Regone became only the 11th studentathlete in Clemson history to be awarded the NCAA postgraduate scholarship. • The teams combined to set 16 school records in various events. • The women’s 200 yard freestyle relay group of Rachel Regone, Lauren Sindall, Alex Allen, and

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• Ford and Weber were cited as Southeast Region Indoor A t h l e t e s - o f - t h e -Y e a r , according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’Association. • April Sinkler was named ACC Most Valuable Field Event Athlete for the women after winning both the high jump and long jump at the league indoor meet. • Tim Hall, Clemson’s sprints coach, was named Southeast Region Assistant-of-theYear by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

YEAR-IN-REVIEW Michelle Parkhurst were named honorable mention All-America with their 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships. • Michelle Parkhurst won her fourth career individual ACC title by taking the 200 yard freestyle at the Championship meet. She still holds the ACC record in the event from a 2008 performance. • Clemson had three student-athletes named to the All-ACC team for their performance in the conference meet. They were Michelle Parkhurst (200 free, 200 back), Rachel Regone (50 free), and Tom Recko (200 back).

TENNIS

(Final Women’s National Rank: #11) • The Tiger women’s tennis team was chosen for the NCAA Tournament for the eighth straight year and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. They defeated North Carolina to reach the third round with a 4-0 win at Clemson. • Clemson closed out the season with a #11 ranking in the final Campbell/ITA poll and posted a final record of 19-8. • The women’s program produced four ITA AllAmericans for the first time in school history. Two players, Ani Mjiacika and Josipa Bek, were AllAmerican in both singles and doubles. • The doubles team of Josipa Bek and Ina Hadziselimovic advanced to the NCAA Final Eight, becoming just the fourth team from Clemson to reach the quarterfinal round. That duo finished #24 in the final ITA doubles poll. • Bek also earned AllAmerica honors in singles by advancing to the round of 16. She finished the season #13 in the final ITA singles poll. • Ani Mijacika also earned AllAmerica honors in both singles and doubles. She teamed with Keri Wong to earn the honor as a doubles player. The duo was seeded in the national tournament Ani Mijacika

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and finished the season #11 in the final ITA doubles poll. • Mijacika became the most decorated women’s tennis player in Clemson history. She now owns five All-America honors, two more than any other women’s tennis player from Clemson. • Mijacika was named the ACC Player-of-theYear and spent six weeks at #1 in the Campbell/ITA Tennis singles poll. She was ranked among the top five in every poll during the season, and finished the year in the #4 spot. • Bek also earned allconference honors in the spring after capturing the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championship title during the fall. • Men’s tennis player Carlos Alvarez was named All-ACC. • The men’s team increased its victory total and ACC win total over the previous year and had three wins over top-75 teams.

TRACK & FIELD

(Final Men’s Indoor Rank: #23) • Jacoby Ford won the 60m dash at the Jacoby NCAA Indoor Championships with a time Ford of 6.52 seconds. It was the 14th national championship in track & field for the Clemson men’s team. • Clemson had five outdoor All-Americans on the men’s team, including the 4x100m relay group of Justin Murdock, C.J. Spiller, Trenton Guy, and Jacoby Ford. The team broke the school record (38.77) and placed third at the NCAA meet. Ford earned his second straight All-America honor in the 100m. • Ford also won the ACC championship in the 60m dash for the second time in his career. His performance helped Clemson to a #23 final national ranking. • Ford captured the 100m dash at the NCAA East Regional in May, and also anchored the 4x100m relay team to victory. He was joined on the relay by Justin Murdock, C.J. Spiller, and Trenton Guy. It was the third win in the last four years at regionals in the 100m dash, but its first-ever win in the 400m relay. • Ford won the 100m dash at the ACC Championships, his first-ever outdoor crown, and was runner-up in the 200m as well. • Liane Weber earned her first All-America honor after a sixth-place finish in the pentathlon. She was also ACC champion in the event, the second title of her career in the pentathlon.

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• The Tigers reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in back-to-back seasons for the first time in program history and played host to first and second rounds for the second straight year. • Clemson defeated Tennessee in the opening round by a 3-2 margin before falling to 12thseeded Utah in the second round. • Finished the season with a 23-10 overall record, 14-6 in the ACC. • Senior Danielle Hepburn capped an impressive career by earning 2009 ACC Player-of-the-Year honors and a Third-Team AVCA All-America selection. She was just the second Clemson player in history to be named to an All-America team and as the conference’s top player. • Hepburn now owns Clemson career records for block assists, total blocks, hitting percentage and blocks per set. • Junior setter Kelsey Murphy was also named First-Team All-ACC while junior hitter Lia Proctor

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & LIFE SCIENCES

• Agricultural Education -Communication, Leadership, Teaching • Agricultural Mechanization & Business • Animal & Veterinary Sciences -Animal Agribusiness, Equine Business, Prevet erinary & Science • Applied Economics & Statistics • Biochemistry • Biological Sciences -Entomology, Prepharmacy, Quantitative Biology, Toxicology • Biosystems Engineering • Environmental & Natural Resources -Conservation Biology, Natural Resource & Economic Policy, Natural Resources Management • Food Science & Human Nutrition -Food Science & Technology, Nutrition & Dietet ics • Forest Resource Management -Land Surveying • Genetics • Horticulture • Microbiology -Biomedicine • Packaging Science • Preprofessional Health Studies -Prepharmacy, Prerehabilitation Sciences, Preveterinary Medicine • Soils & Sustainable Crop Systems -Agricultural Biotechnology, Soil & Water Environmental Science, Sustainable Crop Production • Turfgrass • Wildlife & Fisheries Biology

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, ARTS & HUMANITIES

• Architecture • Communication Studies • Construction Science & Management • English -Literature, Writing and Publication Studies

With its unique blend of disciplines found nowhere else in the world, the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities immerses students in both the abstract and practical activities of the human imagination--from architecture to communication, ethics to art. Its broad-based, cross-disciplinary curriculum offers each Clemson graduate a basic foundation in composition, speech and communication, languages, history, geography and philosophy.

• History • Landscape Architecture • Language & International Health -Health Administration, Community Develop ment • Language & International Trade -Applied International Economics, International Trade, Textiles, Tourism • Modern Languages -French, German, Japanese, Spanish • Philosophy -Law, Liberty and Justice, Religious Studies • Production Studies in Performing Arts -Music, Theatre, Audio Technology • Visual Arts

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

• Accounting • Economics • Financial Management • Graphic Communications • Industrial Management • Management • Marketing -Services, Sports, Technical • Political Science -American Politics, Global Politics, Political Economy, Public Administration, Public Policy • Psychology • Sociology -Community Studies, Criminal Justice, General Sociology, Social Service The College of Business and Behavioral Sciences develops leaderes who are exceptionally qualified, globally competitive, entrepreneurial and committed to the betterment of society. The college also produces scholarly research that is relevant to our stakeholders and supports professional and public service activities that contribute to economic, social and intellectual development.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

• Bioengineering -Bioelectrical, Biomaterials • Biosystems Engineering -Applied Biotechnology, Natural Resources & Environment • Ceramic & Materials Engineering • Chemical Engineering -Biomolecular Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering

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Inspired by Thomas Green Clemson’s dream to create a “high seminary of learning to benefit the agricultural and mechanical arts,” the disciplines of engineering, science and textiles have been at the heart of Clemson University for over 100 years. On July 1, 1995, following the restructuring activities, the College of Engineering and Science was formed, with all of the engineering disciplines joining the departments of chemistry, computer science, geological sciences, mathematical sciences, physics and astronomy, and materials science. • Electrical Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Chemistry • Computer Information Systems • Computer Science • Geology -Environmental Science, Hydrogeology • Mathematical Sciences -Applied & Computational Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science, Operations & Research/Management Science, Statistics, Abstract Mathematics, Actuarial Science/ Financial Mathematics • Physics -Biophysics • Polymer & Fiber Chemistry

COLLEGE OF HEALTH, EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

• Agricultural Education • Early Childhood Education • Elementary Education • Mathematics Teaching • Science Teaching -Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences • Secondary Education -Biological Sciences, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Social Studies (Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology) • Special Education • Health Science -Health Promotion & Education, Health Services, Administration, Preprofessional Health Studies) • Nursing • Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management -Community, Recretation, Sport & Camp Management, Park & Protected Area Manage ment, Professional Golf Management, Thera peutic Recreation, Travel & Tourism

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TRADITIONS MILITARY HISTORY

Clemson University has a proud tradition of military excellence. Founded as a military school in 1889, Clemson built its reputation by consistently graduating well-prepared officers. Today, Clemson Army and Air Force ROTC cadets carry on the rich tradition of the historic Corps of Cadets. Clemson's military spirit is commemorated through sites such as the Clemson Military Heritage Plaza, which overlooks Bowman Field and features an array of ribbons and honors, the footprints of brave service men and inscriptions from a variety of alumni classes.

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HOMECOMING AND TIGERAMA

The excitement, spirit and enthusiasm of Homecoming celebrations have been a Clemson tradition since 1914. During the week preceding the game, student organizations crowd onto Bowman Field to construct Homecoming displays that will be judged on game day. On every Homecoming Friday night since 1957, Tigerama - one of the nation's largest student-run pep rallies - has featured the crowning of Miss Homecoming, skits by student organizations and spectacular fireworks.

ORANGE, PURPLE AND THE TIGER

The first "colors" of Clemson can be seen in an early diploma displayed on campus. But to everyone's surprise, they're red and blue! The orange and purple began when Walter Merritt Riggs formed Clemson's first football team in 1896. Because Riggs had come from Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama (later renamed Auburn), he borrowed ideas from their team colors, orange and purple, and their mascot, the Tiger. Although the football team was known as the Tigers and often used "Eat 'Em Up, Tigers" as a slogan, it wasn't until 1954 that a Clemson student donned the mascot suit. In 1993, the Tiger was joined by the Tiger Cub.

FIRST FRIDAY PARADE

Since 1974, the First Friday Parade has been held the Friday afternoon before the first home football game to celebrate the new football season. Student floats move through campus down Highway 93 and end up at the Outdoor Theater for a pep rally.

CLEMSON RING

The first Clemson class rings were issued in 1896. The "C" surrounding a palmetto tree on a black background is one of the most recognizable of all college rings today. Copyrighted so that only Clemson alumni and students with more than 95 hours may have the honor of wearing it, the ring contains art elements representing the University's land-grant and military heritages as well as the motto: "Who shall separate us now?" Seniors may receive their rings from President Jim Barker at a Ring Ceremony sponsored by the Clemson Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Association.

RUNNING DOWN THE HILL

Running down "The Hill" originally started out of practicality. Before the west stands were built, the football team dressed at Fike Field House and ran from there to the gate and down the hill onto the field. Today, it's the sound of "YOUR CLEMSON TIGERS," a cannon fires, the band plays "Tiger Rag," and thousands of orangeclad fans cheer the moment when the Tiger football team runs down the grassy hill and onto the field. This tradition has been dubbed "the most exciting 25 seconds in college football."

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WELCOME BACK FESTIVAL

Held the Monday after University housing opens in the fall, this street festival along College Avenue in downtown Clemson gives students a taste of the surrounding restaurants and businesses, which offer food samples, merchandise and prizes.

HOWARD’S ROCK

Howard's Rock, named for legendary Coach Frank Howard, was brought to Clemson from Death Valley, CA by 1919 alumnus S.C. Jones. The rock was first placed on a pedestal at the top of "The Hill" on September 24, 1966. Before a game against Wake Forest on September 23, 1967, Howard told his players that if they would give 110 percent, they could have the privilege of rubbing the rock. The Tigers won that game with a 23-6 victory. The white flint rock still sits at the top of "The Hill," and Tiger football players rub it for good luck before each home game.

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Sloan Tennis Center Facilities The Clemson tennis team makes its home at the A. Hoke Sloan Tennis Center located in the center of Clemson’s evergrowing campus. This modern and well equipped facility was originally made possible by the donation of long time Clemson resident and former Tiger Coach A. Hoke Sloan. A modern tennis center, completed in February 1993, is in the center of the Sloan Tennis Center. The $450,000 structure consists of two levels, and is one of the finest of its kind in collegiate tennis. The center consists of 3,500 square feet. On the lower level, there are two separate lockerrooms for both the men’s and women’s varsity teams. A training room is also located in each of the lockerrooms. Also on the lower level is a spacious lobby/trophy and memorabilia room. The coaches’ offices for both the men and women teams are located on the upper level. Also on the second floor is an open area for meetings and other functions. Surrounding the tennis building are 21 laykold-surfaced outdoor courts. A 700-seat permanent stadium, overlooks six of the courts for varsity competition. New bucket seats were installed at the stadium in 2007 at a cost of $60,000 that enhances spectators’ enjoyment. A new state-of-the art scoreboard was recently installed at a cost of $28,000. Prior to the 2009 season new lights that meet NCAA standards were installed on 12 courts to enhance more night competition and tournament play. Tennis is a year-round sport at Tigertown, thanks to the mild winter temperatures. However, on occasion, inclement weather does force the Tigers netters inside, and when this happens, the Tigers can take advantage of a four-court indoor facility located adjacent to the Sloan Tennis Center. The facility, which was completed in the fall of 1987, accommodates a crowd of 250 spectators.

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Sloan Tennis Center Facilities The Lighthouse to the Future Duckworths’ generous gift should allow tennis programs to compete at highest levels. By Will Vandervort, IPTAY Media As Clemson prepares for another season, they will do so in the midst of ongoing construction for the Duckworth Tennis Pavilion at Hoke Sloan Tennis Complex. The pavilion, which will be built this spring and is expected to be completed by the start of the summer, is part of a $500,000 gift given by Ed and Jane Duckworth, longtime supporters of Clemson tennis, IPTAY and Clemson University. The Duckworth Pavilion will be a two-story expansion, offering an open top deck for watching tennis matches or hosting social events. The covered lower deck will include an outdoor kitchen and facilities that can be used for team meetings and other functions. “It is truly amazing that a family will step up and give a gift like this and support the tennis program, not only the men’s program, but the women’s program,” men’s tennis Head Coach Chuck McCuen said. “It is so important to have upgrades in our facilities. This will put us at the front

of the ACC.” From the Sloan Tennis Center, the pavilion will extend to the fence where the varsity courts are located to close in the tennis complex, creating a stadium-like atmosphere. “That’s just a real neat feel not only when you are playing, but when you are watching it, too,” McCuen said. It is fitting the Duckworths stepped up to make McCuen’s and Harris’ visions for the tennis complex come true. Ed is a 1961 Clemson graduate and he and his wife Jane have been giving to Clemson and IPTAY for many, many years. They, their children and grandchildren are a self-described tennis family. The Duckworths have always been very supportive of the Clemson tennis programs and have even had their children and now grandchildren attend summer tennis camps at Clemson. When they were approached by Clemson University and met with McCuen about his and Harris’ visions for improving the tennis facilities, they knew making the pavilion possible was what they wanted to do. “They decided this is where their heart was and this is where they wanted to put their money, and they wanted to have an impact. They really felt like the pavilion could be the impact for this program,” said Bobby Couch, Clemson’s

The Duckworth Tennis Pavailion at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center is scheduled to be completed in the early spring of 2010.

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An artist’s rendition of the The Duckworth Tennis Pavailion at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.

Executive Director for Major Gifts for Athletics. The pavilion should have a major impact on recruiting. The ACC is one of the country’s most competitive conferences. To remain on top, it was time for Clemson to once again step to the front of the line and show its level of commitment to the tennis program and the school’s future tennis players. “Then when they meet the players, the coaches and the support staffs around them and the Clemson family, then they are hooked for life. That’s really what we have to put out there for them to see.” With the Duckworths’ shining their light down on Clemson tennis, the future of the men’s and women’s tennis programs looks a whole lot brighter. “It is one of those things where I think the potential here at Clemson is to have two programs that are perennial top five. We have all the natural environment, the weather and the facilities are beautiful, so it is a matter of having people and families like the Duckworths to support that vision. It is going to be up to us as coaches and to our athletic department to give more support to people like this that want to help us and keep these wonderful doors open to the future of Clemson tennis.”

The Hoke Sloan Tennis Center Named for Hoke Sloan who coached at Clemson from 1929-1958. Sloan donated the money for the original courts and the original tennis center. Courts: 21 Outdoor Courts with six courts with a 700 seat stadium. Four Indoor Courts are adjacent to the outdoor courts. Seating for 250 spectators are available. Scoreboard: Clemson has a a starte of the art scoreboard that allows convience for spectators and posting on the internet so fans can follow progress of the matches on the internet. Lighting: 12 Courts are lighted that meet NCAA Standards to enhance nigh competition and tournament play. Hoke Sloan Tennis Center has played host to men’s and women’s ACC Tournaments. It has also played host to first and second rounds in the NCAA Tournament for both men’s and women’s competition.

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ACC Opponents Quick Facts on ACC Foes Boston College Eagles April 2, at Clemson, SC Head Coach......................... Scott Wilkins Tennis SID:..................... Matthew Farhadi Phone:.............................. (617) 552-4508 Fax:.................................. (617) 552-4903 E-Mail:.......................... farhadim@bc.edu Web:........................... www.bceagles.com

North Carolina Tar Heels Arpil 9, at Chapel Hill, NC Head Coach.............................. Sam Paul Tennis SID:.............................Dave Lohse Phone:.............................. (919) 962-7257 Fax:.................................. (919) 962-0612 E-Mail:...................... davelohse@unc.edu Web:........................www.tarheelblue.com

Virginia Tech Hokies April 16 at Clemson, SC Head Coach...................... Jim Thompson Tennis SID:..............................Torye Hurst Phone:.............................. (540) 231-8823 Fax:.................................. (540) 231-6984 E-Mail:.............................. tohurst@vt.edu Web:....................... www.hokiesports.com

Duke Blue Devils April 11 at Durham, NC Head Coach.......................Ramsey Smith Tennis SID:............................. Ben Blevins Phone:.............................. (919) 684-2633 Fax:.................................. (919) 684-2489 E-Mail:.............. bblevins@duaa.duke.edu Web:..............................www.goduke.com

N.C. State Wolfpack March 26 at Raleigh, NC Head Coach...........................Jon Choboy Tennis SID:...............................Ryan Beck Phone:.............................. (919) 515-2102 Fax:.................................. (919) 515-3624 E-Mail:...................... rbeck25@gmail.com Web:.............................. www.gopack.com

Wake Forest Demon Deacons March 28, at Winston-Salem, NC Head Coach................................ Jeff Zinn Tennis SID:........................... Katy Hamlett Phone:.............................. (336) 758-4120 Fax:.................................. (336) 758-5140 E-Mail:........................ hamletkd@wfu.edu Web:.............. www.wakeforestsports.com

Florida State Seminoles March 20, at Tallahassee, FL Head Coach.................. Dwayne Hultquist Tennis SID:............................ Scott Moriak Phone:.............................. (850) 644-3920 Fax:.................................. (850) 644-3820 E-Mail:................. layne.herdt@gmail.com Web:......................... www.seminoles.com

Virginia Cavaliers April 18, at Clemson, SC Head Coach......................... Brian Boland Tennis SID:.........................Steve Kirkland Phone:.............................. (434) 982-5535 Fax:.................................. (434) 982-5525 E-Mail:...................skirkland@virginia.edu Web:.................... www.virginiasports.com

Atlantic Coast Conference Office Tennis Contact..................... Steve Phillips Phone:............................. (336) 851-6062 Fax:................................. (336) 854-8787 E-Mail:......................sphillips@theacc.org Web:............................... www.theacc.com

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets March 31, at Atlanta, GA Head Coach....................... Kenny Thorne Tennis SID:........................... Mike Stamus Phone............................... (404) 894-5445 Fax................................... (404) 894-1248 E-Mail........ mstamus@athletics.gatech.edu Web.............................. ramblinwreck.com Maryland Terrapins April 4, at Clemson, SC Head Coach.........................Kyle Spencer Tennis SID:......................... Shawn Nestor Phone:.............................. (301) 314-7065 Fax:.................................. (301) 314-9094 E-Mail:......................... snestor@umd.edu Web:.............................www.umterps.com Miami Hurricanes March 13, at Clemson, SC Head Coach.........................Mario Rincon Tennis SID.........................Margaret Belch Phone............................... (305) 284-3241 Fax................................... (305) 284-2807 E-Mail........................ mbelch@miami.edu Web..................www.hurricanesports.com

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2009 ACC Standings ACC Overall Virginia....................................11-0............................ 32-1 Miami........................................9-2............................ 16-9 Florida State.............................8-2............................ 21-9 Wake Forest.............................8-3.......................... 22-10 Duke.........................................7-4............................ 16-9 Virginia Tech.............................6-4............................ 15-8

Georgia Tech............................5-6...........................10-11 North Carolina..........................4-7...........................17-11 Clemson...................................3-8...........................11-13 N.C. State.................................3-8.......................... 10-15 Maryland.................................1-10............................ 7-14 Boston College.......................0-11.......................... 14-13


The 2009 Season Stats and Matrixes SINGLES STATS

Sets 3SM TB Home Away Neut Dual Name W-L Pct. W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L

Carlos Alvarez Ike Belk Rok Bizjak Gera Boryachinskiy Taylor Cohen Derek DiFazio Kevin Fleck Kevin Galloway Wes Moran Pietrucha Wang

30-37 38-24 31-37 32-33 13-10 14-8 31-35 40-32 22-14 13-3 0-2

.448 .613 .459 .492 .565 .636 .470 .556 .611 .813 .000

3-8 4-4 5-5 3-8 2-3 2-2 7-3 4-6 2-2 2-0 0-0

3-2 1-3 3-4 7-3 2-2 0-1 5-4 7-5 2-4 1-1 0-0

5-6 9-1 7-4 6-5 0-1 3-1 8-5 8-5 3-1 0-0 0-0

2-6 2-5 2-6 1-5 0-0 0-1 2-6 3-5 1-1 0-0 0-0

4-5 9-13 6-4 12-7 4-5 9-12 5-4 8-11 4-3 0-1 3-1 3-3 4-3 12-11 6-4 13-11 6-4 4-3 6-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

DOUBLES STATS

TB Home Away Neut Dual Name W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Alvarez-Bizjak 0-0 1-5 0-4 2-1 1-9 Galloway-Pietrucha 1-0 4-3 0-1 2-0 4-4 Bizjak-Boryachinskiy 1-1 2-1 0-3 3-4 3-5 Alvarez-Moran 1-2 1-2 0-3 2-3 2-6 Belk-Fleck 1-1 5-2 0-3 1-2 6-5 SINGLES MATRIX 1 2 3 4 5 6 Carlos Alvarez 7-11 2-2 Ike Belk 1-1 3-2 0-1 8-3 Rok Bizjak 1-3 4-5 4-4 Gera Boryachinskiy 2-0 3-5 3-6 Taylor Cohen 0-1 Derek DiFazio 2-0 1-3 Kevin Fleck 3-2 3-4 6-5 Kevin Galloway 2-0 3-6 5-5 3-0 Wesley Moran 2-0 2-3 Totals 10-14 11-12 11-13 11-12 13-11 14-10 DOUBLES MATRIX 1 2 3 Totals Alvarez-Bizjak 1-9 1-9 Belk-Difazio 2-2 2-2 Cohen-Moran 0-1 0-1 Galloway-Pietrucha 2-0 2-4 4-4 Bizjak-Boryachinskiy 3-5 3-5 Alvarez-Moran 2-6 2-6 Belk-Fleck 1-2 5-3 6-5 Belk-Galloway 1-1 1-1 Boryachinskiy-Moran 2-0 1-3 3-3 Boryachinskiy-Pietrucha 1-1 1-1 Galloway-Moran 0-1 0-1 Belk-Boryachinskiy 0-2 0-1 0-3 Bizjak-Moran 0-1 3-0 3-1 Alvarez-Fleck 1-1 1-1 Alvarez-Boryachinskiy 0-1 0-1 Totals 6-18 10-13 11-13 27-44

Totals 9-13 12-7 9-12 8-11 0-1 3-3 12-11 13-11 4-3 70-72

Dual/ ACC W-L

Trn. W-L

Fall Spring Overall W-L W-L W-L

2-4 9-13 11-17 5-3 12-7 17-10 4-4 9-12 13-16 4-4 8-11 12-15 5-3 0-1 5-4 3-0 3-3 6-3 2-3 12-11 14-14 4-3 13-11 17-14 6-3 4-3 10-6 6-1 0-0 6-1 0-1 0-0 0-1

.393 .630 .448 .444 .556 .667 .500 .548 .625 .857 .000

Dual/ ACC W-L 0-7 0-4 0-1 0-1 1-4

Trn. W-L 2-1 2-0 2-3 1-2 1-1

Fall Spring Overall W-L W-L W-L 2-1 1-9 3-10 2-0 4-4 6-4 2-3 3-5 5-8 1-2 2-6 3-8 1-1 6-5 7-6

Pct. .231 .600 .385 .273 .538

2-9 6-5 3-8 1-7 0-0 0-0 5-6 5-6 5-6 0-0 0-0

2-4 5-3 4-4 4-3 5-3 3-0 2-3 4-3 6-3 6-1 0-1

ACC SINGLES MATRIX 1 2 3 4 5 6 Carlos Alvarez 2-9 Ike Belk 0-1 4-1 2-3 Rok Bizjak 3-4 0-4 Gera Boryachinskiy 1-3 0-4 Kevin Fleck 1-1 2-2 2-3 Kevin Galloway 0-2 2-4 3-0 Wes Moran 2-1 Totals 2-9 4-7 1-10 6-5 4-7 7-4

Pct.

Totals 2-9 6-5 3-8 1-7 5-6 5-6 2-1 24-42

ACC DOUBLES MATRIX 1 2 3 Totals Alvarez-Moran 0-1 0-1 Belk-Galloway 0-1 0-1 Boryachinskiy-Bizjak 0-1 0-1 Alvarez-Bizjak 0-7 0-7 Boryachinskiy-Moran 1-2 1-2 Galloway-Pietrucha 0-1 0-4 0-5 Belk-Fleck 0-2 1-2 1-4 Galloway-Moran 0-1 0-1 Boryachinskiy-Belk 0-2 0-1 0-3 Galloway-Moran 1-0 1-0 Alvarez-Moran 1-0 1-0 Moran-Bizjak 2-0 2-0 Alvarez-Fleck 0-1 0-1 Alvarez-Boryachinskiy 0-1 0-1 Totals 0-11 4-7 2-9 6-27

Galloway

Bizjak

Boryanchinskiy

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The 2009 Season Stats and Results

2009 Results, 68th in Final Poll (Record 11-13 Overall, 3-8 in the ACC) Date Score

W-L

Site

Opponent

1-24 7-0

W

H

The Citadel

A

Georgia

N1

Elon

A

William & Mary

(60-63)

N2

Central Florida

(63-NR)

A

Miami (FL)

(63-23)

H

Furman

(62-70)

H

Alabama

(62-19)

1-27 0-7 1-30 5-2

W

1-31 3-4 2-6 4-3

L

W

2-7 0-7 2-11 4-3

L

L

W

2-15 2-5

L

(61-NR) (61-3) (60-NR)

2-28 7-0

W

H

Navy

(64-NR)

2-28 7-0

W

H

Dartmouth

(64-NR)

3-4 3-4

L

H

Georgia Tech

(68-58)

3-7 1-6

L

H

Florida State

(68-15)

3-11 7-0

W

H

College of Charleston

3-14 6-1

W

H

Stetson

3-20 1-6

L

A

Virginia

3-22 0-7

L

A

Virginia Tech

(NR-21)

3-25 1-6

L

A

South Carolina

(NR-16)

H

N.C. State

(NR-38)

H

Wake Forest

(NR-25)

3-27 5-2

W

3-29 2-5

L

4-3 5-2

W

A

Boston College

4-5 4-3

W

A

Maryland

(NR-1)

(68-71) (68-NR)

4-10 3-4

L

H

North Carolina

(59-36)

4-12 2-5

L

H

Duke

(59-30)

4-16 1-4

L

N3

North Carolina

(59-35)

N1-Williamsburg, VA, N2-Miami, FL N3-ACC Tournament, Orlando, FL Numbers in Parenthesis are Clemson’s rank and the opponent’s rank on the day of the match according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) poll.

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Carlos Alvarez has started at number one singles the last two seasons in 2008 and 2009. He was named All-ACC in 2009. INDIVIDUAL MEN’S TENNIS RECORDS Singles Doubles Pos Name Dual Overall ACC Dual Overall 1 Carlos Alvarez 9-13 11-17 2-9 4-17 7-21 2 Rok Bizjak 9-12 13-16 3-8 7-15 11-20 3 Gera Boryachinskiy 8-11 12-15 1-7 7-13 11-17 4 Kevin Galloway 13-11 17-14 5-6 5-6 7-8 5 Kevin Fleck 12-11 14-14 5-6 7-6 8-8 6 Ike Belk 12-7 17-10 6-5 9-11 11-15 Wesley Moran 4-3 10-6 0-0 8-12 11-15 Taylor Cohen 0-1 5-4 0-0 0-1 2-3 Derek Difazio 3-3 6-3 0-0 2-2 3-4 Robert Pietrucha 0-0 6-1 0-0 5-5 7-6 Eddy Wang 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 Totals 70-72 118-101 24-42 27-44 40-59 Pos 1 2 3

Doubles Team Dual Alvarez-Bizjak 1-9 Boryachinskiy-Moran 3-3 Belk-Fleck 6-5 Boryachinskiy-Wang 0-0 Belk-DiFazio 2-2 Cohen-Moran 0-1 Galloway-Pietrucha 4-4 Bizjak-Borachinskiy 3-5 Belk-Pietrucha 0-0 Fleck-Galloway 0-0 Alvarez-Moran 2-6 Cohen-Galloway 0-0 Belk-Galloway 1-1 Boryachinskiy-MPietrucha 1-1 Galloway-Moran 0-1 Belk-Boryachinskiy 0-3 Bizjak-Moran 3-1 Alvarez-Fleck 1-1 Alvarez-Boryachinskiy 0-1 Totals 27-24

Overall 3-11 3-3 7-6 2-1 3-4 2-2 6-4 5-8 0-1 0-1 3-8 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-3 3-1 1-1 0-1 40-59

ACC 0-7 1-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-3 3-0 1-1 0-1 6-27


Records and History Winning Tradition

Rick Rudeen--Clemson’s All-Time Career Leader in singles victories.

Jean Desdunes--Clemson’s All-Time Leader in Doubles Victories.

Clemson Records and History

Richard Matuszewski--Four-Time All-American, 166 career singles wins.

Lawson Duncan--Most wins in a season, 70 in 1984, NCAA Tournament Finalist.

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Single Season Records Records and History Richard Matuszewski 1985 14-11 John Sullivan 1989 14-4

INDIVIDUAL SINGLES RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 1. 2. 4. 9.

MOST SINGLES VICTORIES Name Year Record Lawson Duncan 1984 70-14 Jay Berger 1985 57-11 Richard Matuszewski 1984 50-22 Brandon Walters 1985 49-33 Rick Rudeen 1982 49-14 Richard Matuszewski 1985 49-32 Rick Rudeen 1983 48-27 Jean Desdunes 1982 47-19 Mark Dickson 1980 42-7 Four Players tied with 41 BEST SINGLES WINNING PCT. (Minimum 25 Matches Played) Name Year Record Jean Desdunes 1980 31-4 Ike Belk 2007 22-3 Mark Dickson 1980 42-7 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1997 36-6 Rok Bizjak 2007 33-6 Jay Berger 1985 57-11 Lawson Duncan 1984 70-14 Pender Murphy 1980 35-8 Tomasz Boniecki 2000 29-7 Clement Reix 2006 33-8

Pct. .886 .880 .857 .857 .846 .838 .833 .814 .806 .805

MOST SETS WON Name Year Record Lawson Duncan 1984 143-44 Jay Berger 1985 117-36 Richard Matuszewski 1985 109-56 Richard Matuszewski 1984 107-56 Rick Rudeen 1983 106-72 Brandon Walters 1985 105-51 Rick Rudeen 1982 103-43 Jean Desdunes 1982 102-52 Jean Desdunes 1983 96-71 Rick Rudeen 1984 93-53 BEST SET WINNING PCT. (Minimum 50 Sets Played) Name Year Record Ike Belk 2007 45-8 Jean Desdunes 1980 63-13 Mark Dickson 1980 88-20 Pender Murphy 1980 72-18 Rok Bizjak 2007 70-20 David Cooper 1967 39-12 Lawson Duncan 1984 143-44 Jay Berger 1985 117-36 Carlos Alvarez 2007 74-23 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1997 74-25

Pct. .850 .829 .815 .800 .778 .765 .765 .765 .762 .747

MOST THREE-SET MATCHES WON Name Year Record Rick Rudeen 1983 18-10 Jay Berger 1985 16-3 Kent Kinnear 1986 16-6 Rick Rudeen 1981 15-5 Rick Rudeen 1982 15-5 Lawson Duncan 1984 15-3 Miguel Nido 1985 15-8 Brian Page 1986 15-8 Richard Akel 1981 14-3 Pender Murphy 1981 14-6 Jean Desdunes 1982 14-8

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MOST TIE-BREAKERS WON Name Year Record 1. Kent Kinnear 1986 15-12 2. Rick Rudeen 1983 14-14 3. Lawson Duncan 1984 13-6 4. Tomasz Boniecki 2000 12-2 Andy Krantz 1983 12-5 6. Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1997 11-2 7. Ali Akbur 1973 10-0 John Desdunes 1983 10-10 Miguel Nido 1984 10-5 Rick Rudeen 1984 10-5 Richard Matuszewski 1986 10-5 Josh Goffi 1999 10-6 Brian Page 1988 10-7 INDIVIDUAL DOUBLES RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

MOST DOUBLES VICTORIES Name Year Record Richard Matuszewski 1985 57-16 Brandon Walters 1985 56-15 Miguel Nido 1985 55-14 Gregg Cooper 1983 44-18 Rick Rudeen 1983 39-19 Jay Berger 1985 38-18 Brandon Walters 1984 37-18 Jean Desdunes 1983 37-20 Joe DeFoor 1986 36-12 Matt Frooman 1984 35-10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BEST DOUBLES WINNING PCT. (Minimum 30 Matches Played) Name Year Record Dick Milford 1980 27-4 Orestes Baez 1983 28-6 V. Van Gelderen 1987 26-6 Kent Kinnear 1986 24-6 Craig Boynton 1986 31-8 Gregg Cooper 1981 34-9 Brandon Walters 1985 56-15 Owen Casey 1989 26-7 Pender Murphy 1980 33-9 Mike Gandolfo 1979 25-7 Jean Desdunes 1980 25-7 R. Matuszewski 1985 57-16

Pct. .871 .824 .813 .800 .795 .791 .789 .788 .786 .781 .781 .781

DOUBLES TEAMS RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

MOST VICTORIES Team Year Record Matuszewski-Walters 1985 52-13 Desdunes-Rudeen 1983 37-20 Desdunes-Cooper 1981 30-6 Nido-Berger 1985 30-11 Van Gelderen-Kinnear 1988 30-11 Dickson-Murphy 1980 29-7 Akel-Cooper 1983 29-10 Li-Sprengelmeyer 1996 29-12 Krantz-Nido 1983 28-8 Page-Frooman 1986 28-8 Desdunes-Cooper 1982 28-10 Van Gelderen-Watkins 1989 28-10 DeFoor-Boynton 1986 28-17 Goffi-Knight 2000 28-15

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BEST WINNING PCT. (Minimum 30 Matches Played) Team Year Rec. Desdunes-Cooper 1981 30-6 Dickson-Murphy 1980 29-7 Matuszewski-Walters 1985 52-13 Gandolfo-Buechler 1979 25-7 Krantz-Nido 1983 28-8 Sprengelmeyer-Salazar 1994 23-7 Sprengelmeyer-Li 1997 26-8 Page-Frooman 1986 28-9 Akel-Cooper 1983 29-10 Desdunes-Cooper 1982 28-10 Van Gelderen-Watkins 1989 28-10

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 10.

MOST SETS WON Name Year Matuszewski-Walters 1985 Desdunes-Rudeen 1983 Van Gelderen-Kinnear 1988 Desdunes-Cooper 1981 Nido-Berger 1985 Dickson-Murphy 1980 Page-Frooman 1986 Van Gelderen-Watkins 1989 Akel-Cooper 1983 Krantz-Nido 1983 Desdunes-Cooper 1982

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BEST SET WINNING PCT. Team Year Rec. Desdunes-Cooper 1981 64-15 Desdunes-Milford 1980 41-11 Kinnear-Van Gelderen 1987 43-13 Page-Sullivan 1988 47-16 Dickson-Murphy 1980 61-21 Matuszewski-Walters 1985 112-39 Gandolfo-Buechler 1979 53-19 Page-Frooman 1986 61-22 Krantz-Nido 1983 60-22 Van Gelderen-Watkins 1989 61-24

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8.

MOST THREE-SET MATCHES WON Team Year Record Desdunes-Rudeen 1983 14-7 Matuszewski-Walters 1985 13-8 Munnerlyn-Casey 1989 12-1 Akel-Cooper 1983 9-3 Desdunes-Cooper 1982 9-4 Walters-Matuszewski 1986 9-8 Seilkop-Williams 1991 8-3 Desdunes-Milford 1980 7-1 Berger-Kinnear 1986 7-2 Dickson-Murphy 1980 7-3 Vaughan-Maynetto 1976 7-5 Loder-Gandolfo 1978 7-6

1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

MOST TIE-BREAKERS WON Team Year Record Akel-Cooper 1983 14-2 Matuszewski-Walters 1985 11-3 Page-Frooman 1986 11-5 Desdunes-Rudeen 1983 11-7 Desdunes-Cooper 1982 10-4 Gandolfo-Buechler 1980 10-8 Loder-Gandolfo 1978 9-4 Walters-Matuszewski 1986 9-8 Munnerlyn-Casey 1989 8-1 Several teams tied with 7

Pct. .833 .806 .800 .781 .778 .767 .764 .757 .744 .737 .737

Record 112-39 81-54 66-28 64-15 64-28 61-21 61-22 61-24 61-29 60-22 60-29 Pct. .810 .788 .768 .746 .744 .742 .736 .735 .732 .718


Class and Yearly Leaders Records and History

MOST OVERALL SINGLES WINS As a Freshman: 70, Lawson Duncan, 1984 As a Soph,: 50, Richard Matuszewski,1984 As a Junior: 48, Rick Rudeen, 1983 Richard Matuszewski, 1985 As a Senior: 41, Jean Desdunes, 1983 Richard Matuszewski, 1986, Rick Rudeen, 1984 BEST SINGLES WINNING PCT. (Min. 30 matches played) As a Freshman: .886, Jean Desdunes, 1980 As a Sophomore: .857, Mark Dickson, 1980 As a Junior: .814, Pender Murphy, 1980 As a Senior: .857, Mitch Sprengelmeyer, 1997 MOST SETS WON As a Freshman: 143, Lawson Duncan, 1984 As a Soph.: 107, Richard Matuszewski, 1984 As a Junior: 109, Richard Matuszewski, 1985 As a Senior: 96, Jean Desdunes, 1983 BEST SET WINNING PCT. As a Freshman: .850, Ike Belk, 2007 As a Sophomore: .815, Mark Dickson, 1980 As a Junior: .800, Pender Murphy, 1980 As a Senior: .747, Mitch Sprengelmeyer, 1997 MOST THREE-SET MATCHES WON As a Freshman: 16, Jay Berger, 1985 As a Sophomore: 16, Kent Kinnear, 1986 As a Junior: 18, Rick Rudeen, 1983 As a Senior: 15, Miguel Nido, 1985 MOST TIE-BREAKERS WON As a Freshman: 13, Lawson Duncan, 1984 As a Sophomore: 15, Kent Kinnear, 1986 As a Junior: 14, Rick Rudeen, 1983 As a Senior: 12, Tomasz Boniecki, 2000 MOST DOUBLES VICTORIES As a Freshman: 38, Jay Berger, 1985 As a Sophomore: 56, Brandon Walters, 1985 As a Junior: 57, Richard Matuszewski, 1985 As a Senior: 55, Miguel Nido, 1985 BEST DOUBLES WINNING PCT. As a Freshman: .791, Gregg Cooper, 1981 As a Soph.: .813, Vince Van Gelderen, 1987 As a Junior: .795, Craig Boynton, 1986 As a Senior: .871, Dick Milford, 1980

Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

SINGLES WINS Name Record Gene Moxley, JR 8-3 Dick James, JR 8-3 Maung Khin Si, SR 9-6 Eddie Scarpa, JR 9-6 Nick Carter, SO 12-1 Mohamed Nasim, JR 8-1 Mohamed Nasim, SR 11-2 Bobby Burns, JR 10-5 Roy Strickland, SO 4-7 George Christopher, JR 15-0 Malloy Evans, JR 12-1 Dick Pregnall, JR 12-1 James Ledbetter, JR 16-3 Eddie Crow, SR 18-3 Perry Reynolds, SO 15-3 David Wilkins, JR 18-3 Jim Poling, JR 18-1 David Cooper, SR 17-2 Steve Parsons, FR 17-2 Steve Parsons, SO 17-5 Herb Cooper, SO 19-4 Asif Husain, JR 15-5 Ali Akbur, SR 15-10 Fernando Maynetto, SO 13-12 Pike Rowley, SR 16-14 Fernando Maynetto, SR 24-15 David Thies, FR 25-8 Mike Gandolfo, JR 28-9 Mark Dickson, SO 42-7 Pender Murphy, SR 39-17 Rick Rudeen, SO 49-14 Rick Rudeen, JR 48-27 Lawson Duncan, FR 70-14 Jay Berger, FR 57-11 Richard Matuszewski, SR 41-17 Kent Kinnear, JR 33-17 John Sullivan, JR 34-15 Brandon Walters, JR 34-12 John Sullivan, SR 38-13 Owen Casey, SR 20-13 Greg Seilkop, SO 20-18 George Lampert, FR 20-18 George Lampert, SO 24-14 Greg Seilkop, JR 24-17 Greg Seilkop, SR 25-20 Tom Herb, SO 20-24 Mike Williams, SR 32-14 Bruce Li, FR 38-13 Mitch Sprengelmeyer, JR 30-13 Mitch Sprengelmeyer, SR 36-7 Darren Knight, FR 25-19 Josh Goffi, SO 31-19 Tomasz Boniecki, SR 29-7 Marko Gojonovic, JR 23-24 Sander Koning, FR 23-10 Jarmaine Jenkins, FR 27-8 Sander Koning, SO 27-9 Ryan Young, FR 24-9 Ryan Young, SO 28-8 Clement Reix, JR 33-8 Carlos Alvarez, FR 36-10 Kevin Fleck, JR 20-22 Kevin Galloway, SO 17-14 Ike Belk, SR 17-10

Year 1954 1955 1956 1957

DOUBLES WINS Name Maung Khin Si, JR Dick James, JR Maung Aye, SR Don Mitchell, JR Chris Theos, JR Don Mitchell, SR Chris Theos, SR

Record 8-2 8-2 13-2 3-1 3-1 10-0 10-0

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mohamed Nasim, JR Sonny Sumner, SO Bobby Burns, JR Bill Cooper, SR Roy Strickland, SO Tommy James, JR Doug Stewart, SO Dick Pregnall, JR Fred Craft, JR Dick Pregnall, SR Fred Craft, SR James Ledbetter, SR David Sibert, SO Zulfi Rahim, SR David Cooper, SO Nick Kelaidis, FR David Cooper, JR Gordon Hebert, JR Nick Keladis, JR Nick Kaladis, SR Herb Cooper, SO Herb Cooper, JR Bhanu Nunna, SR Asif Husain, SR Pike Rowley, JR Howie Orlin, JR Pike Rowley, SR Steve Vaugha, SR Mark Buechler, SO Pender Murphy, FR Mike Gandolfo, SO Mike Gandolfo, JR Pender Murphy, JR Gregg Cooper, FR Jean Desdunes, JR Mark Dickson, SR Gregg Cooper, JR Brandon Walters, FR Richard Matuszewski, JR Joe DeFoor, SR Kent Kinnear, JR Brian Page, SR Vince Van Gelderen, JR Vince Van Gelderen, SR Mike Watson, JR Todd Watkins, SR Mike Williams, FR George Lampert SR Tom Herb, SO Mitch Sprengelmeyer, FR Chris Angell, SR Frank Salazar, SR Mitch Sprengelmeyer, JR Bruce Li, JR Mitch Sprengelmeyer, SR Pablo Bellagamba, SO Darren Knight, FR Josh Goffi, FR Darren Knight, SO Darren Knight, JR Goran Sterijovski, JR Nathan Thompson, SO Jarmaine Jenkins, FR Sander Koning, SO Nathan Thompson, JR Ryan Young, FR Jarmaine Jenkins, JR Ryan Young, SR Kevin Fleck, JR Rok Bizjak, JR Gera Boryachinskiy, JR Ike Belk, SR Wesley Moran, FR

7-2 8-3 8-7 8-7 2-6 2-6 14-1 10-2 10-2 13-2 13-2 13-4 11-3 17-1 17-1 11-5 11-5 13-1 14-2 12-3 14-3 12-6 14-5 14-5 9-6 9-6 17-10 25-14 22-10 22-12 22-13 25-7 33-9 34-9 29-12 29-14 44-18 37-18 57-16 36-12 31-12 34-12 34-13 32-13 19-8 19-14 23-11 28-15 27-15 31-10 23-13 23-14 30-12 30-15 29-11 20-17 20-19 27-13 29-15 21-11 17-8 22-12 22-12 22-11 28-21 26-10 24-17 28-11 22-22 11-20 11-17 11-15 11-15

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Career Records Records and History

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SINGLES VICTORIES Name Years Rick Rudeen 1981-84 R. Matuszewski 1983-86 Jean Desdunes 1980-83 Miguel Nido 1982-85 Brandon Walters 1984-88 Mark Dickson 1979-82 Kent Kinnear 1985-88 Brian Page 1985-88 Pender Murphy 1978-81 M. Sprengelmeyer 1994-97

Record 172-73 166-84 157-66 152-75 142-62 128-42 127-73 122-93 120-54 115-50

WINNING PERCENTAGE SINGLES PLAY (Minimum 50 Career Matches) Name Years Record Pct. 1. Robert Burns 1959-62 60-11 .845 2. Lawson Duncan 1984 70-14 .833 3. Jay Berger 1985-86 91-22 .805 4. David Cooper 1967-69 49-12 .803 5. Doug Stewart 1962-64 39-11 .780 James Poling 1967-69 46-13 .780 7. Steve Parsons 1970-72 49-15 .766 8. Malloy Evans 1962-64 35-11 .761 9. James Ledbetter 1963-65 41-13 .759 10. Mark Dickson 1979-82 128-42 .753 Tomasz Boniecki 1999-00 58-19 .753 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

MOST SETS WON Name Years Rick Rudeen 1981-84 R. Matuszewski 1983-86 Jean Desdunes 1980-83 Miguel Nido 1982-85 Brandon Walters 1984-88 Brian Page 1985-88 Mark Dickson 1979-82 Kent Kinnear 1985-88 Pender Murphy 1978-81 Vince Van Gelderen 1986-89

Record 375-201 361-207 344-173 335-191 331-157 285-229 276-108 269-191 256-132 247-167

BEST SET WINNING PERCENTAGE Name Years Record Pct. 1. Lawson Duncan 1984 143-44 .765 2. Jay Berger 1985-86 189-68 .735 3. Mark Dickson 1979-82 276-108 .719 4. Herb Cooper 1971-74 126-55 .696 Ryan Young 2004-07 234-102 .696 6. Tomasz Boniecki 1999-00 122-56 .685 7. Brandon Walters 1984-88 331-157 .678 8. Craig Boynton 1986-87 134-65 .673 9. Carlos Alvarez 2007-08 116-57 .671 10. Jean Desdunes 1980-83 344-173 .665 MOST THREE-SET MATCHES WON Name Years Record 1. Rick Rudeen 1981-84 55-31 2. Kent Kinnear 1985-88 45-21 3. Brian Page 1985-88 43-41 4. Miguel Nido 1982-85 41-31 Jean Desdunes 1980-83 41-30 6. R. Matuszewski 1983-86 39-29 7. John Sullivan 1986-89 37-17 8. Greg Seilkop 1989-92 34-32 9. Brandon Walters 1984-88 33-32 10. Mike Gandolfo 1977-80 31-18 Mitch Spengelmeyer 1994-97 31-15

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

MOST TIE-BREAKERS WON Name Years Record Rick Rudeen 1981-84 39-31 Kent Kinnear 1985-88 36-33 Miguel Nido 1982-85 30-24 Josh Goffi 1998-01 30-20 R. Matuszewski 1983-86 29-19 John Sullivan 1986-89 27-12 Brandon Walters 1984-88 26-21 Brian Page 1985-88 26-24 Jean Desdunes 1980-83 25-27 Vince Van Gelderen 1986-89 25-20 Greg Seilkop 1989-92 25-15 M. Sprengelmeyer 1994-97 25-12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

DOUBLES VICTORIES Name Years Jean Desdunes 1980-83 Brandon Walters 1984-88 Gregg Cooper 1981-84 R. Matuszewski 1983-86 Rick Rudeen 1981-84 Pender Murphy 1978-81 Mike Gandolfo 1977-80 M.Sprengelmeyer 1994-97 Kent Kinnear 1985-88 Miguel Nido 1982-85

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

WINNING PERCENTAGE DOUBLES PLAY (Minimum 25 Career Matches) Name Years Record Robert Burns 1959-62 23-5 David Cooper 1967-69 44-11 James Poling 1967-69 36-10 David Sibert 1966-68 24-7 Nick Keladis 1968-71 58-18 R.A. Pregnall 1962-64 35-11 F.C. Craft 1962-64 35-11 J.D. Stewart 1962-64 38-12 Sarfraz Rahim 1969-71 42-15 R. Matuszewski 1983-86 124-47

Record 153-57 147-88 140-57 125-47 123-66 119-48 113-52 112-48 111-46 109-44

Pct. .821 .800 .783 .774 .763 .761 .761 .745 .736 .726

Rick Rudeen holds the Clemson record for most sets won in a career with 375. He won 172 career singles matches between 1981-84.

THE CENTURY CLUB 100 Career Singles and Doubles Wins. Singles Rick Rudeen 172 Richard Matuszewski 166 Jean Desdunes 157 Miguel Nido 152 Brandon Walters 142 Mark Dickson 128 Kent Kinnear 124 Brian Page 122 Pender Murphy 120 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 115 Ryan Young 111 Vince Van Gelderen 107

Doubles 123 125 153 109 147 101 111 104 119 112 102 100

Richard Matuszewski’s 166 career singles wins are second best in Clemson history. He also won 125 doubles matches in 1983-86.


Team Records Records and History

SEASON MOST WINS No. 1. 32 2. 31 31 4. 30 5. 29 6. 27 7. 26 8. 25 25 25 11. 24 12. 23

Year 1980 1986 2007 1981 1983 1984 2004 1989 2003 2005 1985 2006

BEST WINNING PCT. Pct./Record Year 1. 1.000 (16-0) 1969 2. .933 (14-1) 1962 3. .909 (10-1) 1952 4. .900 (9-1) 1934 5. .889 (16-2) 1967 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST HOME WINS Record 18-2 16-2 15-2 14-0 13-1 13-2 13-1

Year 2005 1983 2007 1980 1981 1982 1984

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST AWAY WINS Record 10-3 8-10 8-4 8-1 8-2 8-4

Year 1981 1977 1979 1980 1984 1985

Clemson’s 1984 team set the school single season record with seven ACC flight champiMOST NEUTRAL WINS Record Year 1. 16-3 1986 2. 11-1 2007 11-6 1988 11-7 1989 5. 10-4 1980 MOST ACC FLIGHT CHAMPS No. Year 1. 7 1984 2. 6 1980 6 1985

4. 5. 1. 2.

4 3

1983 8 years

MOST ALL AMERICANS No. Year 4 1987 3 1980 3 1985 3 1986 3 1989

HIGHEST FINAL TEAM RANK Year Rank 1. 1986 5th 2. 1981 7th 3. 1982 7th 4. 1980 8th 5. 1983 9th

Clemson’s 1987 team featured four All-America players. This team was ranked 14th in the final ITA poll.

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Against All Competition Records and History Opponent

Series Last CU Overall Start Match W L T Pct. Home

Away Neut.

Alabama

1941 2009

4 11 .267

1-4

1-5

2-2

Ala.-Birmingham

1993 1993

0

1 .000

0-0

0-0

0-1

Albright

1939 1939

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Amherst

1963 1963

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Anderson

2004 2004

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Appalachian State

1974 1974

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Arizona

1989 2004

2

2 .500

0-0

0-1

2-1

Arizona State

1988 2008

5

5 .500

2-1

3-1

0-3

Arkansas

1978 1990

5

9 .357

0-1

0-4

5-4

Army

2004 2006

3

0 1.000

1-0

2-0

0-0

Atlantic Christian

1976 1976

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Auburn

1941 1984

2

3 .500

1-1

1-1

0-1

Austin Peay

1980 2008

3

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

1-0

Ball State

1965 2003

6

1 .857

1-0

0-0

5-1

Baylor

1999 2000

0

2 .000

0-1

0-1

0-0

Boise State

1995 2003

6

2 .714

1-0

0-1

5-1

Boston College

1940 2009

7

1 .875

3-1

3-0

1-0

Brevard

2007 2008

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Brigham Young

1980 1980

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Brown

2006 2006

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Butler

2006 2006

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

California

1982 2000

2

1 .667

0-0

0-1

2-0

Cal-Irvine

1983 2008

7

4 .636

2-0

3-3

2-1

Cal-Long Beach

1985 1987

1

1 .500

1-0

0-0

0-1

Cal-Riverside

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Carson Newman

1980 1980

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Central Florida

2007 2009

2

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

2-0

Char. Southern

2005 2008

5

0 1.000

5-0

0-0

0-0

Cincinnati

1960 1960

0

1 .000

0-1

0-0

0-0

Citadel

1930 2009

32 14 1 .691

17-7

13-7-1

2-0

Coastal Carolina

1980 1985

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Coker

2007 2008

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Col. of Charleston

1930 2009

23 10 .697

12-4

Colorado

1993 1998

0

3 .000

0-0

0-0

0-3

Columbia

1969 2004

3

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

1-0

Cornell

1955 1958

0

4 .000

0-4

0-0

0-0

Dartmouth

1965 2009

6

0 1.000

5-0

0-0

1-0

Davidson

1923 1967

2

5 .285

1-2

1-3

0-0

DePaul

1998 1998

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Drake

1990 1990

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Duke

1956 2009

31 35 .470 15-12

11-16

5-7

East Carolina

1967 2003

3

0 1.000

3-0

0-0

0-0

East Stroudsburg

1970 1970

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

East Tenn. State

1972 1998

3

0 1.000

3-0

0-0

0-0

Elon

1940 2009

3

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

2-0

Emory

1930 2005

6

2 .750

4-1

2-1

0-0

Emory & Henry

1940 1940

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Erskine

1927 2007

40

2 1 .940 21-1-1

18-1

1-0

Evansville

1983 1994

2

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

1-0

Flagler

1976 1976

0

1 .000

0-0

0-1

0-0

Florida

1937 1991

4

6 .400

1-1

1-4

2-1

Florida A&M

2003 2008

2

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

1-0

50

11-6 0-0

Florida Atlantic

1999 1999

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Fla. International

1974 1995

2

1 .667

0-0

2-1

0-0

Florida State

1962 2009

17 14 .548

7-6

5-7

5-1

Fresno State

1990 2005

0-1

1-1

0-0

Furman

1923 2009

43-5 29-13-1

1-0

Gardner-Webb

2003 2003

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

G. Washington

1951 1994

2

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

1-0

Georgetown

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Georgia

1937 2009

13 46 .220

7-15

5-29

1-2

Georgia Southern

1976 1976

0

1 .000

0-0

0-0

0-1

Georgia State

1942 2006

4

1 .800

3-0

1-1

0-0

Georgia Tech

1925 2009

26 23 .531

12-9

9-13

5-1

Guilford

1940 1940

0

1 .000

0-1

0-0

0-0

Hampton Institute

1977 1977

0

1 .000

0-1

0-0

0-0

Harvard

1959 2008

16 14 .533

14-9

0-3

2-2

Houston

1979 1981

0

2 .000

0-0

0-1

0-1

Howard

1979 1982

4

0 1.000

4-0

0-0

0-0

Huntington

1977 1977

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Idaho

1997 2000

2

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

1-0

Illinois

1969 2006

2

3 .400

1-0

0-2

1-1

Illinois State

1976 2000

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Indiana

1964 2007

3

4 .428

1-1

1-0

1-3

Jacksonville

1972 1976

2

1 .667

0-0

1-0

1-1

James Madison

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Kalamazoo

1941 1961

1

3 .250

1-3

0-0

0-0

Kansas

1987 1987

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Kentucky

1976 1998

4

8 .333

4-1

0-3

0-4

Lamar

1977 1977

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Lander

1978 1985

4

1 .800

4-1

0-0

0-0

Lenoir-Rhyne

1941 1941

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Liberty

2003 2004

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Limestone

1979 1999

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Longwood

2008 2008

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

La.-Lafayette

1973 2003

6

2 .750

0-0

0-1

6-1

Louisiana-Monroe

1986 1988

3

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

3-0

Louisiana State

1975 2006

7

6 .538

0-0

4-3

3-3

Louisville

1998 2005

0

2 .000

0-0

0-1

0-1

Loyola Marymount

2008 2008

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Maryland

1954 2009

42 14 .750

21-7

20-6

1-1

Mass. Inst. of Tech

1966 1966

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Mercer

1939 1994

2

1 .667

2-1

0-0

0-0

Memphis State

1978 1978

0

1 .500

0-0

0-0

0-1

Miami (FL)

1968 2009

22 24 .478

10-6

5-16

7-2

Miami Dade

1974 1974

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Miami (O)

1971 1972

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Michigan

1988 2002

2

2 .500

0-0

0-0

2-2

Michigan State

1967 1994

3

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

1-0

Minnesota

1961 2004

7

5 .583

1-1

0-2

6-2

Mississippi

1981 1992

1

5 .200

1-0

0-1

0-4

Mississippi State

1935 1989

2

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

1-0

Morehead State

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Murray State

1968 1968

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Navy

1965 2009

5

0 1.000

3-0

1-0

1-0

Nebraska

1989 1989

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

1

2 .333

73 18 1 .799


Against All Competition Records and History

Opponent

Series Last CU Overall Start Match W L T Pct. Home

Away Neut.

Newberry

1947 1950

5

0 1 .916

3-0

2-0-1

0-0

Nicholls State

1975 1975

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

North Carolina

1931 2009

26 45 .366 14-13

5-24

7-8

NC-Asheville

1983 1985

3

0 1.000

0-0

3-0

0-0

NC-Charlotte

1979 1999

12

0 1.000

11-0

1-0

0-0

NC-Greensboro

2003 2008

5

0 1.000

5-0

0-0

0-0

N.C. State

1940 2009

50 10 .833

24-3

22-7

4-0

North Texas State

1980 1980

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Northern Arizona

2004 2004

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Northwestern

1968 2005

4

2 .667

2-0

0-1

2-1

Oglethorpe

1923 1923

2

0 1.000

1-0

1-0

0-0

Ohio

1977 1980

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Ohio State

1972 2004

1

2 .333

1-1

0-1

0-0

Oklahoma City

1978 1978

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Oklahoma State

1979 1998

2

2 .500

0-0

0-0

2-2

Old Dominion

1981 1985

4

0 1.000

4-0

0-0

0-0

Pan American

1977 1979

2

1 .667

0-0

1-1

1-0

Pennsylvania

1968 1972

1

1 .500

0-0

0-0

1-1

Penn State

1972 1985

9

1 .900

9-1

0-0

0-0

Pepperdine

1981 2002

4 10 .286

0-0

1-10

3-0

Prarie View A&M

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Presbyterian

1926 1999

30 14 .667

16-6

14-8

0-0

Presbyterian Theological 1924 1924

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Princeton

1980 2008

7

3 .700

2-1

3-0

2-2

Purdue

1973 1975

2

1 .667

2-1

0-0

0-0

Rice

1978 2003

3

1 .750

0-0

2-1

1-0

Richmond

1976 1995

2

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

1-0

Rollins

1939 1993

7

4 .636

1-1

6-3

0-0

Rutgers

1940 1940

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

St. Augustine

1979 1979

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

St. John’s

2002 2007

3

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

1-0

St. Mary’s

2002 2002

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Samford

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

San Diego State

1991 2003

0

3 .000

0-0

0-1

0-2

Santa Clara

2002 2002

0

1 .000

0-0

0-0

0-1

Sewanee

1953 1961

0

2 .000

0-2

0-0

0-0

Slippery Rock

1965 1965

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

South Alabama

1993 2008

5 11 .313

3-4

2-5

0-2

South Carolina

1925 2009

39 59 2 .400 21-22 16-33-2

2-4

So. Car.-Sumter

1978 1979

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

South Florida

1990 1995

4

1 .800

2-0

0-0

2-1

Southern

2004 2006

2

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

1-0

Southern California

1981 2008

3 13 .188

0-1

1-9

2-3

S. Ill.-Edwardsville

1969 1984

5

3 .667

3-1

0-0

2-2

Southern Methodist

1978 2007

9 16 .360

0-2

1-4 8-10

Southern Miss.

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

0-0

Southwest Texas

1995 1995

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Stanford

1980 2000

0

7 .000

0-0

0-1

0-6

Stetson

1939 2009

4

1 .800

1-0

2-1

1-0

Swarthmore

1974 1979

5

0 1.000

5-0

0-0

0-0

Temple

1994 1994

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Tennessee

1965 2008

7 13 .350

5-4

1-8

1-1

Tenn.-Chattanooga

1977 1978

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Tennessee Tech

1991 2006

11

0 1.000

10-0

0-0

1-0

Texas

1973 2008

8 13 .381

1-0

1-9

6-4

Texas A&M

1977 2008

7

3 .700

0-0

2-2

5-1

Texas A&M CC

2000 2008

6

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

5-0

Texas-Arlington

1995 1995

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Texas Christian

1978 2007

11 10 .524

2-0

3-4

6-6

Texas-Dallas

2007 2007

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Texas-Pan American 2008 2008

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Texas-San Antonio

2003 2003

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Texas Tech

1997 2005

1

2 .333

0-0

0-0

1-2

Toledo

1969 2004

7

0 1.000

6-0

0-0

1-0

Trinity (TX)

1973 1990

9

7 .562

2-1

4-3

3-3

Troy

2003 2006

5

0 1.000

5-0

0-0

0-0

Tulane

1975 1997

2

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

1-0

Tulsa

1993 1996

1

1 .500

1-0

0-0

0-1

UCLA

1981 2004

2

9 .182

0-0

0-6

2-3

UNLV

1999 1999

1

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

1-0

Utah

1984 1990

2

0 1.000

0-0

0-0

2-0

Vanderbilt

1941 2007

6

2 .750

1-0

3-2

2-0

Virginia

1955 2009

41 17 .707

20-5

17-9

4-3

Va. Commonwealth

1992 2001

1

5 .167

1-3

0-1

0-1

Virginia Tech

1969 2008

8

4 .667

7-0

1-2

0-2

Wake Forest

1925 2009

42 23 .646

22-7

17-13

3-3

Washington

2000 2003

0

2 .000

0-0

0-1

0-1

Washington College

1995 1995

1

0 1.000

0-0

1-0

0-0

Wayne State

1941 1941

0

1 .000

0-1

0-0

0-0

West Virginia

1989 2003

10

1 .909

6-1

2-0

2-0

Western Carolina

1978 1994

5

0 1.000

4-0

1-0

0-0

Western Kentucky

1972 1975

3

1 .750

3-1

0-0

0-0

Wichita State

1980 1987

4

0 1.000

1-0

0-0

3-0

William & Mary

1976 2009

3

2 .600

3-0

0-1

0-1

Wingate

1970 1973

3

0 1.000

3-0

0-0

0-0

Winthrop

2004 2005

2

0 1.000

2-0

0-0

0-0

Wisconsin

1972 1994

6

1 .857

2-0

0-0

4-1

Wofford

1921 1996

23 12 .657

15-5

8-7

0-0

Yale 1971 1971 1 0 1.000 Totals 1921 2009 1064 675 6 .611

0-0 543- 197- 1

0-0 1-0 311- 210339- 139 5

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Year-By-Year Records Records and History Final Year Head Coach Home Away Neutral PF PA Overall Pct. Rank 1921 No Coach 0-0 1-0 0-0 2 0 1-0 1.000 1922 No Coach 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0-1 .000 1923 No Coach 2-0 2-1 0-0 14 5 4-1 .800 1924 No Coach 0-2 1-1 0-0 5 14 1-3 .250 1925 No Coach 1-2 1-3-1 0-0 19 28 2-5-1 .313 1926 No Coach 0-1 1-3 0-0 7 23 1-4 .200 1927 P.B. Hortzendorff 1-1 2-2-1 0-0 26 16 3-3-1 .500 1928 No Team No Team No Team 1929 Hoke Sloan 0-2-1 0-4-1 0-0 19 23 0-6-2 .125 1930 Hoke Sloan 5-1 2-3-1 0-0 52 34 7-4-1 .625 1931 Hoke Sloan 2-1 0-5 0-0 25 30 2-6 .250 1932 No Team No Team No Team 1933 No Team No Team No Team 1934 Hoke Sloan 3-1 6-0 0-0 59 73 9-1 .900 1935 Hoke Sloan 6-1 2-2 0-0 58 27 8-3 .727 1936 No Team No Team No Team 1937 Hoke Sloan 2-2 2-5 0-0 40 40 4-7 .363 1938 Hoke Sloan 4-1 2-2 0-0 44 24 6-3 .667 1939 Hoke Sloan 5-2 4-4 0-0 62 44 9-6 .571 1940 Hoke Sloan 9-1 5-4 0-0 96 42 14-5 .737 1941 Hoke Sloan 4-2 5-5 0-0 59 50 9-7 .563 1942 Hoke Sloan 4-1 3-2 0-0 44 26 7-3 .700 1943 Hoke Sloan 1-1 3-2 0-0 27 26 4-3 .571 1944 No Team No Team No Team 1945 No Team No Team No Team 1946 Hoke Sloan 4-3 3-2 0-0 56 34 7-5 .583 1947 Hoke Sloan 5-2 4-2 0-0 61 41 9-4 .692 1948 Hoke Sloan 5-3 4-5 0-0 69 57 9-8 .529 1949 Hoke Sloan 2-4 1-4-1 0-0 22 63 3-8-1 .292 1950 Hoke Sloan 4-3 2-4 0-0 52 58 6-7 .462 1951 Hoke Sloan 6-0 1-1 0-0 48 24 7-1 .875 1952 Hoke Sloan 5-1 5-0 0-0 71 35 10-1 .909 1953 Hoke Sloan 5-3 2-2 0-0 55 49 7-5 .583 ACC Reg. ACC ACC Season Tour. Non- Final Year Head Coach Record Pct. Finish Finish PF PA Conf. Home Away Neutral PF PA Overall Pct. Rank 1954 Hoke Sloan 2-2 .500 4th 18 18 2-6 2-5 2-3 0-0 46 62 4-8 .333 1955 Hoke Sloan 1-5 .167 8th 19 35 4-5 2-5 3-5 0-0 57 72 5-10 .333 1956 Hoke Sloan 2-6 .250 6th 21 54 4-2 4-4 2-4 0-0 47 49 6-8 .429 1957 Hoke Sloan 4-2 .667 T3rd 30 21 6-1 6-1 4-2 0-0 73 35 10-3 .769 1958 Hoke Sloan 0-5 .000 8th T4th 14 31 2-2 1-3 1-4 0-0 37 44 2-7 .222 1959 Les Longshore 3-2 .600 3rd 4th 26 19 6-3 5-2 3-3 1-0 76 49 9-5 .692 1960 Les Longshore 0-6 .000 8th 4th 10 44 3-6 1-5 2-7 0-0 39 95 3-12 .200 1961 Les Longshore 0-7 .000 8th 6th 7 55 0-7 0-7 0-6 0-0 19 98 0-13 .000 1962 Les Longshore 5-1 .833 2nd 2nd 40 13 9-0 8-0 6-1 0-0 116 27 14-1 .933 1963 Duane Bruley 6-1 .857 2nd 2nd 45 15 5-1 7-2 4-0 0-0 96 35 11-2 .846 1964 Duane Bruley 5-2 .714 3rd 2nd 48 15 4-6 4-3 5-3 0-2 98 54 9-8 .529 1965 Duane Bruley 5-2 .714 3rd T2nd 48 15 9-2 9-2 5-2 0-0 122 49 14-4 .778 1966 Duane Bruley 6-1 .857 2nd 2nd 48 15 5-3 9-1 2-3 0-0 98 54 11-4 .733 1967 Duane Bruley 6-1 .857 2nd 2nd 50 12 10-1 9-1 7-1 0-0 127 34 16-2 .889 T26th 1968 Duane Bruley 5-2 .714 3rd 4th 41 22 7-2 8-1 3-3 1-0 94 50 12-4 .750

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ACC Reg. ACC

ACC Season Tour. Non-

Final

Year Head Coach Record Pct. Finish Finish PF PA Conf. Home Away Neutral PF PA Overall Pct. Rank 1969 Duane Bruley 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 52 10 9-0 10-0 6-0 0-0 94 50 16-0 1.000 1970 Duane Bruley 6-1 .857 2nd 2nd 49 13 9-1 12-0 3-1 0-1 116 23 15-2 .882 1971 Duane Bruley 7-0 1.000 1st 2nd 48 12 8-4 7-2 6-2 2-0 121 46 15-4 .789 1972 Duane Bruley 4-2 .667 3rd 4th 31 20 10-4 12-1 1-4 1-1 115 59 14-6 .700 T24th 1973 Duane Bruley 4-2 .667 T2nd 2nd 32 22 8-4 8-2 3-4 1-0 98 62 12-6 .667 22nd 1974 Bill Beckwith 3-3 .500 T3rd 2nd 28 26 11-6 8-5 6-4 0-0 124 83 14-9 .609 T35th 1975 Bill Beckwith 0-6 .000 7th 6th 11 43 7-8 5-6 2-8 0-0 80 97 7-14 .333 1976 Chuck Kriese 1-5 .167 7th 6th 14 40 16-13 11-7 4-9 2-2 167 146 17-18 .486 1977 Chuck Kriese 1-5 .167 T5th 5th 24 30 20-13 12-5 8-10 1-3 185 145 21-18 .538 1978 Chuck Kriese 3-3 .500 T4th 3rd 31 23 15-9 11-1 5-9 2-2 159 111 18-12 .600 1979 Chuck Kriese 6-0 1.000 1st 2nd 36 18 18-7 12-1 8-4 4-2 176 86 24-7 .781 15th 1980 Chuck Kriese 6-0 1.000 1st 1st 51 3 26-5 14-0 8-1 10-4 238 89 32-5 .864 8th 1981 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 49 14 23-7 13-1 10-3 7-3 234 99 30-7 .811 7th 1982 Chuck Kriese 6-1 .857 2nd 2nd 49 14 18-9 13-2 2-4 9-4 195 108 24-10 .706 7th 1983 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 53 10 22-11 16-2 7-6 6-3 240 115 29-11 .725 9th 1984 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 51 11 20-9 13-1 9-2 5-6 222 88 27-9 .750 10th 1985 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 51 12 17-12 10-3 8-3 6-6 208 91 24-12 .667 8th 1986 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 50 13 24-7 8-0 7-4 16-3 231 102 31-7 .816 5th 1987 Chuck Kriese 6-0 1.000 1st * 47 7 13-14 6-1 5-7 8-6 169 113 19-14 .576 14th 1988 Chuck Kriese 6-1 .857 2nd 1st 52 11 16-8 6-1 5-3 11-5 169 93 22-9 .710 10th 1989 Chuck Kriese 7-0 1.000 1st 1st 47 16 18-12 8-2 6-2 11-8 181 126 25-12 .676 13th 1990 Chuck Kriese 6-1 .857 1st 2nd 47 16 10-17 3-4 5-5 8-9 149 137 16-18 .471 1991 Chuck Kriese 6-1 .857 2nd T3rd 43 20 8-13 5-3 6-6 3-5 124 114 14-14 .500 1992 Chuck Kriese 5-3 .625 4th T3rd 40 32 10-8 8-2 4-3 3-6 113 111 15-11 .577 20th 1993 Chuck Kriese 3-5 .375 T5th T5th 23 32 3-15 6-4 2-8 1-8 77 124 9-20 .310 1994 Chuck Kriese 5-3 .625 T4th T3rd 36 20 16-9 10-5 2-3 9-4 143 88 21-12 .636 43rd 1995 Chuck Kriese 6-2 .750 T3rd 2nd 49 17 15-10 6-1 6-7 9-4 141 80 21-12 .636 29th 1996 Chuck Kriese 5-3 .625 4th T5th 29 27 7-9 8-6 3-3 1-3 85 78 12-12 .500 45th 1997 Chuck Kriese 6-2 .680 2nd 1st 83 32 10-8 6-2 5-6 9-3 124 84 20-11 .645 19th 1998 Chuck Kriese 3-5 .375 7th T5th 27 29 8-12 6-5 3-7 2-6 82 103 11-18 .379 58th 1999 Chuck Kriese 6-2 .750 T2 T3rd 41 27 15-10 11-6 6-3 4-3 216 157 21-12 .618 30th 2000 Chuck Kriese 5-3 .625 T3rd T3rd 41 27 13-14 11-1 3-13 4-3 134 106 18-17 .514 34th 2001 Chuck Kriese 2-6 .250 7th 2nd 24 32 6-14 1-8 2-6 5-6 65 117 8-20 .286 58th 2002 Chuck Kriese 3-5 .375 6th T5th 26 30 8-12 7-3 1-10 3-5 89 108 11-18 .379 2003 Chuck Kriese 6-2 .750 2nd 2nd 38 18 19-9 13-1 5-7 7-3 115 60 25-11 .694 27th 2004 Chuck Kriese 4-4 .500 5th 2nd 28 28 22-8 11-1 6-9 9-2 163 94 26-12 .684 25th 2005 Chuck Kriese 6-4 .600 5th T5th 35 35 19-7 18-2 6-6 1-3 150 89 25-11 .694 27th 2006 Chuck Kriese 5-6 .455 7th T5th 43 34 18-4 10-2 6-7 7-1 147 78 23-10 .697 24th 2007 Chuck Kriese 6-5 .545 T5th T5th 65 33 25-5 15-2 5-7 11-1 211 68 31-10 .756 23rd 2008 Chuck Kriese 1-10 .091 T11th T9th 19 59 14-10 7-7 1-11 7-2 124 120 15-20 .429 68th 2009 Chuck McCuen 3-8 .273 T9th T9th 28 59 8-5 6-5 3-7 2-1 85 81 11-13 .458 65th Totals 247-149 .624 12 11 2086 1359 658- 543- 311- 210- 8297 6135 1064- .611 Firsts Firsts 409 197 339 139 675- NOTE: 1987 ACC Tournament was rained out, Clemson Declared Champion based on regular season. 6

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Series Scores Records and History

4-1-41 4-15-63 4-9-74 3-17-75 3-11-76 10-7-76 2-20-77 3-26-87 3-25-89 3-29-90 2-15-91 3-28-01 2-15-02 2-16-07 2-15-09

ALABAMA (4-11) 2-5 L A 6-3 W A 1-8 L H 1-8 L A 1-8 L H 5-1 W H 3-6 L A 5-4 W N (11-19) 2-7 L N (10-T25) 1-5 L N (NR-13) 5-4 W N (24-NR) 1-6 L H (47-20) 2-5 L A (56-26) 3-4 L A (23-31) 2-5 L H (61-19)

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM (0-1) 1-30-93 1-6 L N (20/T18th) 4-4-39

ALBRIGHT (1-0) 7-2 W H

AMHERST (1-0) 3-25-63 9-0 W H ANDERSON UNIVERSITY (1-0) 1-30-04 6-0 W H (24-NR) APPALACHIAN STATE (1-0) 3-1-74 6-3 W H ARIZONA (2-2) 3-3-89 6-0 W N 3-6-92 4-5 L N 3-5-95 4-2 W N 3-21-04 1-6 L A

(10-15) (35-33) (50-25)

ARIZONA STATE (5-5) 4-2-88 4-5 L H (T10-T10) 3-21-89 7-2 W A (10-NR) 2-1-91 1-5 L N (24-9) 3-16-92 5-4 W A (NR-20) 1-30-93 2-5 L N (20/T25) 3-19-04 2-5 L A (50-26) 3-15-05 5-2 W H (31-42) 3-13-06 5-2 W A (15-NR) 3-12-07 7-0 W H (20-50) 3-12-08 1-6 L N (52-15) 2-18-78 2-18-79 1-20-80 2-16-80 3-7-80 2-19-81 3-6-81 3-16-82 5-15-82 3-5-83 3-18-84 2-20-86 1-25-87 1-27-90

ARKANSAS (5-9) 2-7 L A 1-8 L A 0-9 L N 2-7 L A 4-5 L N 4-5 L A 6-3 W N 3-6 L H 5-4 W N 6-3 W N 4-5 L N 6-3 W N 9-0 W N 3-6 L N

(14-10) (14-10) (11-5) (6-5) (6-5) (6-9) (9-10) (10-6) (8-10) (T2-9) (8-NR) (13-15)

ARMY (3-0) 2-14-04 4-3 W A (27-NR) 3-15-05 7-0 W H (31-74) 1-28-06 6-1 W A ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN (1-0) 4-2-76 8-1 W A 3-31-41 2-19-77 2-27-78 3-23-83 3-3-84

AUBURN (2-3) 2-4 L A 5-4 W A 6-3 W H 4-5 L H (7-NR) 2-7 L N (4-7)

AUSTIN PEAY (3-0) 3-15-80 9-0 W H (11-NR) 3-18-81 8-1 W H (6-NR) 2-1-08 7-0 W N (31-NR) BALL STATE (6-1) 4-15-65 9-0 W H 3-4-90 5-4 W N (13-NR) 3-8-91 2-5 L N (24-NR) 3-6-93 4-3 W N (20/NR) 2-12-94 4-3 W N (42-NR) 3-7-98 5-2 W N (28-62)

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5-11-03 4-0 W N

(27-63)

BAYLOR (0-2) 4-4-99 1-6 L H 2-14-00 0-7 L A

(30-3) (26-12)

BOISE STATE (6-2) 3-4-95 4-3 W N 3-23-97 3-4 L A 2-16-98 4-2 W N 2-13-99 4-3 W H 2-12-00 3-4 L N 2-10-01 4-3 W N 2-9-02 5-2 W N 2-8-03 5-2 W N

(35-38) (26-2) (28-16) (52-43) (26-29) (33-39) (57-66) (33-73)

BOSTON COLLEGE (7-1) 3-28-40 7-0 W H 4-15-41 9-0 W H 2-12-05 4-3 W A (27-NR) 4-15-06 7-0 W H (21-NR) 4-13-07 7-0 W A (20-NR) 4-19-07 4-0 W N (22-NR) 4-6-08 3-4 L H (62-NR) 4-3-09 5-2 W A (68-71) BREVARD (2-0) 2-3-07 7-0 W H 3-10-08 7-0 W H (60-NR) BRIGHAM YOUNG (1-0) 2-15-80 5-4 W N (14-19) BROWN (1-0) 1-28-06 7-0 W N BUTLER (1-0) 2-11-06 6-1 W N CALIFORNIA (2-1) 2-7-82 6-3 W N (6-NR) 2-20-88 5-1 W N (9-NR) 3-22-00 3-4 L A (32-48) 5-14-83 2-26-84 3-3-87 3-19-89 3-17-91 2-2-92 3-21-93 3-16-02 1-25-04 2-27-05 2-10-08

CAL-IRVINE (7-4) 7-2 W N 6-3 W N 5-3 W H 3-6 L A 5-4 W A 3-6 L N 1-6 L A 1-6 L A 4-3 W A 6-1 W H 4-3 W A

(9-13) (4-13) (2-19) (10-4) (NR-20) (NR-23) (55-NR) (26-72) (35-NR) (33-NR)

CAL-LONG BEACH (1-1) 4-10-86 7-2 W H (3-15) 3-27-87 4-5 L N (11-2) CAL-RIVERSIDE (1-0) 3-27-07 7-0 W H (26-NR) CARSON NEWMAN (1-0) 3-14-80 9-0 W H (11-NR) CENTRAL FLORIDA (2-0) 3-15-07 6-1 W N (24-65) 2-6-09 4-3 W N (63-NR) CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (5-0) 2-18-05 7-0 W H (36-NR) 2-6-05 7-0 W H (28-NR) 2-19-06 6-1 W H 2-3-07 7-0 W H (25-NR) 4-5-08 5-1 W H (62-NR) CINCINNATI (0-1) 4-12-60 2-7 L H CITADEL (32-14-1) 4-15-30 3-3 T A 5-7-30 5-2 W H 4-10-31 3-4 L A 5-11-35 7-0 W H 4-23-38 5-1 W A 4-25-38 5-2 W H 4-23-39 6-1 W H 1943 1-6 L A 4-26-46 5-2 W H 4-19-47 4-5 L H 5-2-47 6-3 W A

4-24-48 2-7 L H 5-1-48 4-3 W A 4-8-49 1-6 L A 4-30-49 1-6 L H 4-15-50 1-8 L A 4-21-50 5-4 W H 4-25-52 4-5 L H 4-17-53 4-5 L H 4-30-53 1-8 L A 4-9-54 6-3 W A 4-27-55 8-1 W H 4-9-56 5-4 W A 3-22-58 3-6 L A 3-24-59 5-4 W N 4-8-60 2-7 L H 4-20-60 1-8 L H 3-25-61 0-9 L A 3-24-62 8-1 W H 3-29-63 8-1 W A 4-10-64 9-0 W H 3-26-65 7-2 W A 3-21-66 9-0 W H 3-29-67 9-0 W A 4-20-68 6-3 W H 3-29-69 7-2 W A 4-14-70 9-0 W H 3-20-71 8-1 W A 3-23-74 6-1 W A 2-29-76 8-1 W A 4-4-77 5-0 W H 4-10-77 9-0 W A 1-17-04 6-1 W N (26-NR) 2-17-06 7-0 W H 2-3-07 6-1 W H (25-NR) 1-20-08 6-1 W H (30-NR) 1-24-09 7-0 W H (61-NR) COASTAL CAROLINA (2-0) 4-10-80 9-0 W H (11-NR) 2-12-85 9-0 W H (9-NR) COKER (2-0) 3-12-07 7-0 W H 4-6-08 7-0 W H

(20-NR) (62-NR)

COL. OF CHARLESTON (23-10) 4-14-30 2-3 L A 4-9-31 2-4 L A 5-11-34 8-1 W A 4-16-42 6-1 W H 4-29-43 6-1 W A 4-12-46 9-0 W H 4-19-46 9-0 W A 4-17-47 5-2 W H 5-3-47 3-4 L A 4-30-48 3-4 L A 4-9-49 0-7 L A 4-28-49 0-7 L H 3-31-50 0-9 L H 3-31-51 6-3 W H 4-15-52 4-3 W H 4-28-52 5-4 W A 4-9-53 6-3 W H 4-29-53 4-3 W A 4-10-54 0-9 L A 4-14-54 3-6 L H 4-18-55 3-6 L H 4-10-56 5-4 W A 4-3-57 7-2 W H 3-21-58 7-2 W A 4-1-60 7-2 W A 2-28-76 9-0 W A 4-6-76 9-0 W H 4-9-77 9-0 W A 2-25-78 8-1 W H 2-20-80 6-3 W H (14-NR) 2-14-85 8-1 W H (9-NR) 1-17-04 7-0 W A (26-NR) 3-11-09 7-0 W H 3-7-93 3-9-96 3-7-98

COLORADO (0-3) 3-4 L N (20/NR) 2-5 L N 42-48) 1-5 L N (28-45)

COLUMBIA (3-0) 4-3-69 9-0 W H 4-2-70 8-1 W H 2-14-04 7-0 W N (27-NR) CORNELL (0-4) 3-28-55 1-8 L H 3-26-56 0-9 L H

3-26-57 4-5 L H 4-1-58 4-5 L H DARTMOUTH (6-0) 3-27-65 6-3 W H 3-20-67 6-3 W H 3-24-70 8-1 W H 2-6-05 7-0 W H (28-NR) 1-29-06 5-2 W N 2-28-09 7-0 W H (64-NR) 4-20-23 4-9-25 4-1-29 5-4-29 4-6-46 4-28-66 4-15-67

DAVIDSON (2-5) 0-4 L A 1-5 L A 6-0 L H 0-7 L A 0-7 L H 8-1 W H 8-1 W A

DEPAUL (1-0) 1-30-98 6-1 W A

(28-NR)

DRAKE (1-0) 3-31-90 5-4 W N5

Drake

4-20-56 4-11-58 5-6-60 4-14-61 4-27-62 3-30-63 5-1-64 4-27-65 3-25-66 3-25-67 3-22-69 3-29-70 4-12-71 4-7-72 3-15-73 4-6-74 3-7-75 10-8-75 4-4-76 10-8-76 3-4-77 4-2-78 3-10-79 4-6-80 4-11-81 4-4-82 4-2-83 4-7-84 3-16-85 3-12-86 4-9-88 4-22-88 3-4-89 3-11-89 4-22-89 4-14-90 3-15-91 4-20-91 4-5-92 4-17-93 4-16-94 4-23-94 4-16-95 4-23-95 5-6-95 4-13-96 5-10-96 4-12-97 4-20-97 5-10-97 4-18-98 4-11-99 5-16-99 4-8-00 3-25-01 4-22-01 4-7-02 3-30-03 4-20-03 3-28-04 5-16-04 4-3-05 3-26-06 3-24-07 4-11-08 4-12-09

DUKE (31-35) 1-8 L A 2-7 L A 1-8 L A 3-6 L H 5-3 W A 8-1 W H 7-2 W A 9-0 W H 5-4 W A 9-0 W H 9-0 W H 8-1 W H 6-0 W N 1-5 W A 6-3 W H 5-4 W A 2-7 L H 5-4 W N 1-8 L A 5-4 W H 3-6 L H 3-6 L A 5-4 W H (17-NR) 8-1 W A (11-NR) 6-3 W H (6-NR) 3-6 L A (6- 12) 6-3 W H (7-NR) 6-3 W A (10-NR) 8-1 W H (18-NR) 8-1 W A (3-NR) 7-2 W A (10-17) 7-2 W N (10-17) 5-2 W N (10-NR) 6-3 W H (10-NR) 7-2 W H (14-NR) 5-4 W A 5-4 W H 1-5 L N 1-8 L A (18-24) 1-6 L H (NR-7) 3-4 L A (36-7) 1-6 L N (36-7) 2-5 L H (35-11) 1-5 L N (37-9) 1-4 L N (35-9) 1-6 L A (39-10) 0-4 L H (46-10) 3-4 L H (23-12) 4-3 W N (22-12) 1-4 L N (20-10) 5-2 L A (53-18) 1-6 L H (24-3) 0-4 L H (31-2) 1-6 L A (35-5) 0-7 L H (47-3) 0-4 L N (68-3) 1-6 L A (NR-13) 4-3 L H (30-11) 1-4 L N (27-9) 2-5 L A (NR-8) 4-3 W A (33-6) 2-5 L H (19-5) 2-5 L A (10-4) 5-2 W H (30-17) 1-6 L A (61-42) 2-5 L H (59-30)

EAST CAROLINA (3-0) 4-3-67 9-0 W H 2-2-02 6-1 W H (57-NR) 2-1-03 7-0 W H (33-NR) EAST STROUDSBURG (1-0) 3-18-70 7-2 W H EAST TENNESSEE STATE (3-0) 3-5-72 9-0 W H 3-9-73 6-2 W H 3-15-98 5-2 W H (36-NR) ELON (2-0) 4-18-40 6-1 W H 5-11-07 4-0 W N (22-NR) 1-30-08 5-2 W N (60-NR) 4-19-30 4-10-40 4-11-41 4-17-48 2-8-78 2-11-79 2-9-83 2-18-05

EMORY (6-2) 0-6 L A 6-3 W H 5-2 W A 2-5 L H 9-0 W H 9-0 W A 9-0 W H (10-NR) 7-0 W H (36-NR)

EMORY AND HENRY (1-0) 4-29-40 5-2 W H ERSKINE (40-2-1) 4-16-27 6-0 W A 4-25-27 6-0 W H 4-20-29 1-5 L A 4-24-29 3-3 T H 4-8-30 8-1 W A 4-24-30 7-2 W H 4-24-31 8-0 W H 4-5-34 6-3 W H 4-9-34 4-3 W A 4-23-35 5-2 W A 4-15-35 6-3 W H 4-20-37 7-0 W A 4-13-39 6-1 W H 4-27-39 7-0 W A 4-8-40 6-1 W H 4-17-40 8-1 W A 4-18-41 7-0 W H 4-28-41 7-0 W A 3-23-42 8-1 W H 4-7-42 4-3 W A 3-23-43 4-3 W A 1943 L H 4-27-46 7-0 W A 4-15-46 7-0 W H 5-9-47 8-1 W H 5-12-47 7-2 W A 4-29-48 7-0 W A 5-12-48 7-2 W H 4-22-49 6-2 W A 4-20-50 6-1 W H 5-4-50 7-2 W A 4-9-51 7-2 W A 4-23-51 6-3 W H 1952 8-1 W H 4-18-52 9-0 W A 4-14-53 5-2 W H 3-29-54 8-1 W H 3-24-55 7-0 W H 5-9-55 7-0 W A 3-22-56 6-3 W H 3-20-57 6-3 W H 2-2-02 7-0 W H (57-NR) 2-6-07 7-0 W N (24-NR) EVANSVILLE (2-0) 2-28-83 9-0 W H (10-NR) 2-13-94 7-0 W N (42-NR) FLAGLER (0-1) 3-14-76 4-5 L A 4-3-37 4-12-37 3-30-39 4-3-40 3-31-48 3-27-80 3-1-81 3-6-86

Flagler

FLORIDA (4-6) 1-6 L A 3-6 L H 1-6 L A 1-5 L A 0-7 L A 6-3 W H (11-NR) 9-0 W A (6-NR) 8-1 W N (3-NR)


Series Scores Records and History 3-29-86 9-0 W N 3-23-91 4-5 L N

(4-20) (NR-12)

FLORIDA A&M (2-0) 3-15-03 6-1 W A (45-NR) 3-18-08 7-0 W N (61-NR) FLORIDA ATLANTIC (1-0) 2-26-99 6-1 W A (52-NR) FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (2-1) 3-19-74 7-2 W A 3-16-76 4-5 L A 2-18-95 5-2 W A (35-49) FLORIDA STATE (17-14) 4-18-62 9-0 W H 4-24-62 9-0 W A 3-27-64 4-5 L A 4-20-64 4-5 L H 4-10-74 4-5 L H 3-20-76 5-4 W A 3-23-81 8-1 W H ( 5-NR) 3-3-88 5-1 W N (9-NR) 3-26-92 4-5 L H (18-NR) 2-26-93 1-5 L A (20/NR) 4-23-93 2-5 L N 4-22-94 4-3 W N (36-37) 3-27-94 4-3 W H (43-22) 4-8-95 3-4 L A (35-18) 4-22-95 4-2 W N (37-16) 3-24-96 4-3 W H (42-43) 4-5-97 4-3 W A (23-39) 4-19-97 4-2 W N (22-42) 3-29-98 2-5 L H (50-33) 3-20-99 6-1 W A (36-55) 3-12-00 5-2 W H (32-45) 3-23-01 3-4 L A (47-59) 3-12-02 1-6 L H (56-41) 3-16-03 4-3 W A (45-37) 4-19-03 4-3 W N (27-36) 4-2-04 4-3 W H (NR-29) 4-2-05 0-7 L A (19-26) 3-18-06 2-5 L A (5-NR) 3-2-07 4-3 W H (31-10) 3-18-08 0-7 L A (61-7) 3-7-09 1-6 L H (68-16) FRESNO STATE (1-2) 2-15-90 3-6 L H (13-NR) 3-21-00 2-5 L A (32-17) 3-24-05 4-3 W A (14-50) FURMAN (73-18-1) 4-17-23 3-0 W H 4-27-23 4-0 W A 4-12-24 2-4 L H 4-19-24 0-6 L A 3-28-25 3-3 T A 4-21-25 4-2 W H 5-4-27 2-4 L A 4-30-30 6-3 W H 5-6-30 5-4 W A 4-28-31 5-2 W H 5-12-31 3-4 L A 4-21-34 4-5 L H 4-26-34 5-4 W A 4-19-35 4-5 L A 4-30-35 5-4 W H 4-22-37 4-3 W H 4-30-37 2-5 L A 3-30-38 6-1 W H 4-20-38 5-2 W A 4-12-39 3-4 L A 4-19-39 5-2 W H 5-2-40 5-2 W H 5-3-40 6-1 W A 4-23-41 6-1 W A 4-20-42 4-3 W A 4-6-42 5-2 W H 4-13-43 8-1 W H 4-28-43 5-2 W A 4-16-46 9-0 W A 3-29-47 4-3 W A 4-30-47 5-1 W H 5-11-48 5-2 W H 4-19-49 2-5 L H 3-28-50 3-4 L A 4-3-50 4-3 W H 4-30-51 8-1 W H 4-2-52 6-3 W A 4-22-52 5-4 W H 3-25-53 9-0 W H

4-23-53 3-22-54 4-22-54 4-25-55 5-10-55 3-21-56 3-23-56 4-9-57 4-29-57 4-17-58 3-23-59 4-2-59 3-24-60 4-13-60 4-16-62 4-25-63 4-28-64 3-20-65 4-12-67 3-25-68 3-17-70 4-19-71 4-17-72 4-17-73 3-28-74 4-15-75 9-25-75 10-8-75 10-8-76 4-13-76 4-12-77 3-28-79 4-15-80 4-15-81 4-9-82 4-12-83 4-17-84 3-18-85 3-26-86 4-4-87 3-13-88 4-5-90 4-16-91 4-13-92 3-16-93 4-2-94 3-26-95 3-16-96 3-17-97 3-23-98 4-2-99 3-11-00 2-11-09

6-3 W 4-5 L 4-5 L 4-5 L 5-2 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 8-1 W 7-2 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 7-2 W 7-1 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 4-5 L 8-1 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 5-0 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 6-3 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 6-0 W 6-3 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 2-5 L 6-1 W 6-1 W 5-2 W 7-0 W 4-2 W 7-0 W 6-1 W 4-3 W

A A H H A A H H A H A A H A H H A H H A A H A H A H H N H A H H (17-NR) A (11-NR) H (6-NR) H (6-NR) A (8-NR) H (10-NR) A (18-NR) H (4-NR) A (13-NR) H (9-NR) A A H (21-NR) A H (38-NR) H (35-NR) A (42-NR) H (49-NR) A (36-NR) H (30-NR) A (32-NR) H (61-70)

GARDNER-WEBB (1-0) 1-24-03 7-0 W H GEORGE WASHINGTON (2-0) 3-9-51 6-3 W H 3-13-94 7-0 W N (34-NR) GEORGETOWN (1-0) 4-15-07 7-0 W N (20-NR) 4-15-37 4-8-39 4-15-39 4-27-40 4-10-41 4-4-46 4-2-49 4-24-53 4-3-54 4-26-55 3-31-60 3-30-62 4-17-63 4-22-64 3-30-65 4-22-66 4-8-67 3-28-68 4-9-70 4-12-71 4-14-72 4-12-73 4-3-74 4-9-75 4-12-76 3-24-77 4-6-78 4-10-79

GEORGIA (13-46) 2-4 L A 3-4 L A 4-3 W H 3-4 L A 0-7 L A 1-6 L A 0-9 L H 5-4 W H 1-8 L H 0-9 L A 3-6 L A 5-4 W A 6-3 W H 2-7 L A 2-7 L A 2-7 L A 5-4 W H 2-7 L A 2-7 L A 2-7 L H 3-6 L A 0-9 L H 3-6 L A 2-5 L H 0-9 L A 3-6 L H 3-6 L A 3-6 L H (17-12)

4-2-80 4-2-81 3-30-82 4-6-83 4-4-84 2-20-85 4-9-85 4-9-86 2-21-87 4-9-87 5-16-87 3-25-88 3-30-88 4-12-89 4-11-90 3-27-91 4-1-92 4-12-94 2-14-95 3-25-96 2-3-97 5-5-98 3-12-99 3-13-01 1-29-02 1-26-03 2-25-04 5-15-05 2-3-06 2-6-07 1-27-09

5-4 W 6-3 W 4-5 L 5-4 W 5-4 W 3-6 L 4-5 L 3-6 L 5-2 W 8-1 W 2-5 L 0-5 L 5-4 W 3-6 L 0-6 L 2-7 L 2-7 L 1-6 L 2-5 L 2-5 L 1-6 L 1-4 L 1-6 L 0-7 L 2-5 L 4-3 W 3-4 L 0-4 L 2-5 L 0-7 L 0-7 L

A (11-12) A (5-9) A (6-4) H (7-14) A (10-9) N (9-6) H (10-6) A (3-17) N (8-7) H (13-4) A (14-3) N (10-3) A (10-3) H (9-4) A (NR-3) H (NR-4) A (18-6) H (36-8) A (35-2) H (42-4) A (49-4) H (55-3) A (36-5) H (40-7) A (57-1) H (NR-6) A (26-24) A (27-7) H (NR-2) A (24-1) A (61-3)

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (0-1) 10-9-75 4-5 L N GEORGIA STATE (4-1) 4-2-42 3-4 L A 4-17-59 7-1 W H 2-18-77 9-0 W A 2-24-05 5-2 W H (35-NR) 3-3-06 6-1 W H (15-NR) GEORGIA TECH (26-23) 4-25-25 2-4 L H 4-30-26 0-6 L A 4-2-37 1-6 L A 4-10-37 2-5 L H 3-29-41 3-4 L A 4-1-42 2-5 L A 4-17-43 0-9 L A 4-19-65 1-8 L H 4-21-66 0-9 L A 4-16-67 5-4 W H 4-11-69 5-4 W H 4-10-70 5-4 W A 4-21-71 7-2 W H 3-4-80 9-0 W A (11-NR) 4-6-81 9-0 W H (5-NR) 2-28-82 8-1 W A (6-NR) 4-7-83 9-0 W H (7-NR) 2-21-84 9-0 W A (4-NR) 4-8-85 7-2 W H (10-NR) 4-18-86 7-2 W N (3-NR) 1-19-86 8-1 W N (6-NR) 4-1-86 6-3 W A (4-NR) 3-12-87 9-0 W H (2-18) 4-7-88 4-5 L A (10-13) 4-23-88 5-4 W N (10-12) 4-4-89 6-3 W H (9-NR) 4-3-90 7-2 W A 4-3-91 7-2 W H 4-8-92 5-4 W A (21-NR) 3-31-93 2-5 L H 3-9-94 3-4 L A (34-28) 4-5-95 6-1 W H (35-46) 4-2-96 5-2 W A (39-48) 4-2-97 2-5 L H (23-40) 4-15-98 1-6 L A (53-56) 4-15-99 3-4 L H (26-64) 4-24-99 1-4 L N (26-46) 3-29-00 3-4 L A (33-NR) 4-21-00 5-0 W N (32-71) 3-21-01 2-5 L H (46-38) 4-3-02 1-6 L A (NR-56) 4-9-03 6-1 W H (31-25) 4-16-04 4-3 W N (45-26) 3-10-04 3-4 L A (41-39) 3-9-05 4-3 W H (36-51) 3-8-06 6-1 W A (15-18) 3-7-07 3-4 L H (20-44) 3-4-08 3-4 L A (60-39) 3-4-09 3-4 L H (68-58)

GUILFORD (0-1) 4-13-40 1-6 L H HAMPTON INSTITUE (0-1) 3-6-77 2-7 L H 4-1-59 4-6-60 4-7-61 4-2-62 4-3-62 4-2-63 4-3-63 4-1-64 4-2-64 4-7-65 4-8-65 4-6-66 4-7-66 4-5-67 4-2-69 4-8-71 4-2-72 4-1-73 3-31-74 3-30-75 3-28-76 4-10-82 2-4-82 5-10-83 3-2-90 3-4-01 2-9-03 2-11-05 2-12-06 3-10-08

HARVARD (16-14) 2-7 L H 0-9 L H 1-8 L H 7-2 W H 6-3 W H 5-4 W H 5-4 W H 3-6 L H 4-5 L H 5-4 W H 6-3 W H 4-5 L H 5-4 W H 8-1 W H 7-2 W H 6-3 W H 7-2 W H 5-4 W H 7-2 W H 4-5 L H 3-6 L H 6-3 W H (6-NR) 5-4 W N (6-NR) 4-5 L A (9-NR) 4-5 L N (13-NR) 2-5 L N (33-40) 3-4 L A (33-29) 2-5 L A (27-23) 5-2 W N 3-4 L H (60-48)

HOUSTON (0-2) 3-18-79 3-6 L A 3-7-81 4-5 L N

(17-12) (6-11)

HOWARD (4-0) 4-4-79 6.5-2.5 W H (17-NR) 4-1-80 6-3 W H (11-NR) 3-10-81 9-0 W H (6-NR) 3-22-82 9-0 W H (6-NR) HUNTINGTON (1-0) 2-19-77 9-0 W A IDAHO (2-0) 3-23-97 6-1 W N 2-27-00 7-0 W H 3-26-64 1-13-89 1-13-90 3-21-92 2-12-94 3-10-02 3-10-07

INDIANA (3-4) 2-6 L N 3-6 L N 4-5 L N 3-6 L H 4-3 W A 5-2 W N 7-0 W H

3-31-69 3-10-96 3-7-97 5-12-03 2-11-06

ILLINOIS (2-3) 7-2 W H 4-3 W N 3-4 L N 0-4 L A 0-7 L A

(26-NR) (29-NR)

(14-NR) (13-NR) (42-NR) (56-58)

(42-46) (49-16) (27-1) (25-3)

ILLINOIS STATE (2-0) 3-13-76 9-0 W H 2-26-00 6-1 W H (29-NR) JACKSONVILLLE (2-1) 3-14-72 8-1 W N 3-15-76 9-0 W A 10-21-76 4-5 L N JAMES MADISON (1-0) 3-30-07 7-0 W N (26-NR) KALAMAZOO (1-3) 3-26-41 0-7 L H 4-1-46 0-7 L H 4-3-59 7-2 W H 4-5-61 3-6 L H KANSAS (1-0) 5-15-87 6-1 W N

(14-NR)

3-19-76 2-15-83 3-9-84 2-13-88 5-21-88 3-23-89 2-17-90 2-5-91 3-20-94 2-9-95 3-17-97 2-1-98

KENTUCKY (4-8) 2-7 L N 9-0 W H 8-1 W H 3-6 L N 2-5 L N 5-4 W H 2-7 L A 0-6 L H 2-5 L N 3-4 L A 4-3 W H 1-6 L N

(10-NR) (8-NR) (9-14) (10-8) (10-6) (13-14) (24-14) (43-T4) (35-24) (49-7) (28-11)

LAMAR (1-0) 3-15-77 8-1 W A 2-6-78 2-11-81 2-21-83 2-8-84 2-13-85

LANDER (4-1) 8-1 W H 8-1 W H 8-1 W H 9-0 W H 4-5 L H

(6-NR) (10-NR) (7-NR) (9-NR)

LENOIR RHYNE (1-0) 5-1-41 5-2 W H LIBERTY (2-0) 2-1-03 7-0 W H 1-30-04 7-0 W H

(33-NR) (24-NR)

LIMESTONE (2-0) 2-13-79 9-0 W H 3-15-99 6-0 W H (36-NR) LONGWOOD (1-0) 3-28-08 7-0 W N (54-NR) LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-2) 3-21-73 9-0 W N 3-19-75 4-5 L A 3-26-88 5-2 W N (10-11) 3-3-90 6-3 W N (13-NR) 3-9-91 3-6 L N (24-NR) 3-7-97 4-3 W N (49-56) 3-7-99 4-0 W N (52-48) 3-21-03 4-3 W N LOUISIANA-MONROE (3-0) 3-7-86 5-4 W N (3-19) 3-8-87 7-2 W N (2-NR) 3-5-88 5-4 W N (9-NR) LOUISIANA STATE (7-6) 3-20-75 2-7 L A 3-19-77 1-8 L A 3-25-78 5-4 W A 2-16-79 5-4 W N (NR-12) 3-24-79 8-1 W A (17-20) 2-11-83 7-2 W N (10-NR) 5-18-85 5-1 W N (9-7) 1-31-85 4-5 L N (9-8) 3-30-86 6-3 W A (4-11) 1-23-88 2-7 L N (9-T4) 5-20-89 3-5 L N (13-5) 5-14-00 0-4 L A (34-10) 2-23-06 4-3 W A (22-13) LOUISVILLE (0-2) 2-1-98 3-4 L A (28-NR) 2-12-05 3-4 L N (27-40) LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (1-0) 2-8-08 7-0 W N (33-NR) MARYLAND (42-14) 4-20-54 3-6 L H 5-2-55 1-8 L A 4-7-56 1-5 L H 4-6-57 0-6 L A 4-9-58 3-6 L H 5-3-60 3-6 L H 5-7-61 0-6 L A 5-4-62 8-1 W H 5-6-64 4-5 L N 4-2-65 4-5 L A 4-9-66 5-4 W H 5-9-67 9-0 W A 4-13-68 5-4 W H 4-6-69 8-1 W A 4-19-70 6-3 W H 4-15-71 8-1 W A 3-26-72 6-3 W H

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Series Scores Records and History 3-30-73 4-23-74 4-12-75 4-8-76 4-1-77 3-31-78 4-2-79 3-16-80 3-29-81 3-23-82 4-13-83 4-8-84 4-1-85 4-12-86 4-19-86 3-22-87 4-16-88 4-15-89 4-21-89 3-17-90 4-7-91 3-13-92 4-11-93 2-27-94 4-1-95 3-16-96 3-30-97 3-23-98 3-28-99 3-11-00 3-31-01 2-22-02 4-13-03 3-13-04 4-9-05 4-15-06 4-15-07 4-5-08 4-5-09

6-3 W 4-5 L 0-9 L 4-5 L 3-6 L 6-3 W 6-3 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 8-1 W 5-4 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 7-2 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 6-1 W 6-1 W 3-4 L 4-3 W

A H A H A H A (17-NR) H (11-NR) A (5-NR) H (6-NR) H (8-NR) A (10-NR) A (18-NR) H (3-25) N (3-25) A (11-NR) H (10-NR) A (9-NR) H (14-NR) H A H A H (42-NR) A (35-NR) H (42-NR) A (26-NR) H (36-NR) A (30-NR) H (32-NR) A (59-NR) H (53-NR) A (31-NR) H (41-NR) A (24-NR) H (21-NR) A (20-57) H (62-59) A (68-NR)

MASS. INSTITUTE OF TECH (1-0) 3-29-66 9-0 W H MEMPHIS STATE (0-1) 2-19-78 3-6 L N 5-5-39 5-6-40 4-3-94

MERCER (2-1) 2-4 L H 4-3 W H 6-1 W H

3-15-68 3-15-71 3-17-71 3-20-74 3-17-76 1-18-80 2-28-81 3-12-82 2-12-82 5-16-81 2-3-83 2-10-83 3-12-83 2-24-84 3-10-84 2-22-85 2-28-85 3-8-85 1-25-86 2-27-86 1-23-87 5-9-87 1-22-88 1-27-89 1-28-90 3-10-90 2-2-91 1-31-92 1-31-93 4-3-94 2-19-95 3-31-96 3-1-97 4-12-98 2-26-99 4-14-00 5-13-00 3-4-01 4-13-02 3-8-03 4-10-04

MIAMI (22-24) 0-9 L A 3-6 L A 2-7 L A 1-8 L A 1-8 L A 5-4 W N (14-16) 6-3 W A (6-12) 4-5 L H (5-11) 2-7 L N (6-10) 6-3 W N (6-9) 5-4 W N (10-11) 2-7 L A (10-11) 6-3 W H (10-7) 6-3 W N (4-10) 5-4 W H (8-16) 0-9 L A (9-16) 8-1 W H (9-16) 7-2 W N (10-16) 7-2 W N (6-12) 6-3 W H (3-13) 4-5 L A (8-10) 6-3 W H (14-12) 7-2 W A (9-NR) 5-4 W N (14-16) 1-8 L N (13-8) 4-5 L H (NR-4) 4-5 L A (24-12) 5-4 W A (NR-8) 1-6 L A (20/T18) 3-4 L H (38-10) 3-4 L A (35-11) 6-1 W H (42-47) 3-4 L A (49-30) 3-4 L H (53-52) 5-2 W A (52-53) 4-3 W H (37-18) 4-3 W N (34-21) 1-6 L N (33-22) 2-5 L H (NR-40) 2-5 L A (43-36) 5-2 W H (66-40)

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(38-NR)

3-12-05 3-4-06 3-16-07 3-9-08 2-7-09

5-2 W 6-1 W 2-5 L 3-4 L 0-7 L

H H A H A

(36-62) (15-17) (24-73) (60-24) (63-23)

MIAMI DADE SOUTH (1-0) 3-21-74 9-0 W A MIAMI (OHIO) (2-0) 3-24-71 9-0 W H 3-22-72 8-1 W H 2-18-88 2-25-89 3-3-01 2-16-02

MICHIGAN (2-2) 4-5 L N 5-2 W N 5-2 W N 2-5 L N

(9-8) (10-6) (33-35) (56-45)

MICHIGAN STATE (3-0) 3-24-67 5-4 W H 3-27-93 4-3 W H 3-6-94 4-3 W N (34-NR MINNESOTA 3-23-61 0-9 L 2-3-84 6-3 W 2-21-85 8-1 W 2-14-88 5-4 W 2-16-91 2-7 L 2-14-99 4-3 W 2-13-00 4-3 W 2-11-01 4-3 W 3-16-01 1-4 L 2-8-02 0-7 L 2-8-03 3-4 L 5-15-04 4-0 W 4-3-41 3-12-81 3-30-89 2-23-90 3-30-90 5-15-92

(7-5) H N (7-20) N (9-NR) A (9-NR) A (24-NR) H (52-23) N (26-23) N (33-38) N (46-45) A (57-18) N (33-11) N (33-37)

MISSISSIPPI (1-5) 0-7 L A 7-2 W H (6-NR) 1-5 L N (10-22) 4-5 L N (13-11) 1-5 L N 3-5 L N (20-14)

MISSISSIPPI STATE (2-0) 4-6-35 5-2 W H 1-15-89 5-4 W N (14-NR) MOREHEAD STATE (1-0) 2-24-07 7-0 W H (31-NR) MURRAY STATE (1-0) 4-16-68 7-2 W H 4-1-65 3-30-97 2-25-00 2-29-08 2-28-09

NAVY (5-0) 7-2 W A 6-1 W N (26-NR) 7-0 W H (29-T75) 7-0 W H (42-NR) 7-0 W H (64-NR)

3-5-89

NEBRASKA (1-0) 5-2 W N (10-NR)

3-5-99

UNLV (1-0) 4-3 W N

(52-42)

NEWBERRY (5-0-1) 4-24-47 7-2 W H 4-12-48 7-0 W A 5-14-48 7-0 W H 3-21-49 5-2 W H 5-2-49 4-4 T A 5-2-50 9-0 W A NICHOLLS STATE (1-0) 3-21-75 8-1 W A NORTH CAROLINA (26-45) 3-30-31 0-6 L A 4-21-56 0-9 L A 4-12-57 1-8 L A 4-19-58 1-8 L H 4-13-59 2-7 L A 4-30-60 0-9 L A 4-30-61 0-9 L H 4-28-62 1-8 L A 4-27-63 1-8 L H 5-2-64 1-8 L A 5-1-65 2-7 L H 3-26-66 3-6 L A

4-1-67 2-7 L 4-8-68 4-5 L 4-12-69 7-2 W 3-26-70 3-5 L 4-10-71 5-4 W 4-8-72 2-7 L 4-7-73 1-8 L 4-7-74 0-9 L 4-8-75 0-9 L 4-1-76 0-9 L 10-22-76 9-0 W 10-22-76 4-5 L 3-29-77 4-5 L 4-3-78 3-6 L 4-5-79 6-3 W 4-5-80 9-0 W 4-4-81 8-1 W 4-2-82 7-2 W 3-31-83 5-4 W 3-31-84 5-4 W 4-12-85 7-2 W 4-6-86 9-0 W 4-5-87 7-2 W 4-2-88 9-0 W 4-9-89 6-3 W 4-23-89 8-1 W 4-8-90 4-5 L 4-22-90 3-5 L 3-30-91 3-6 L 4-6-92 2-7 L 4-18-92 1-5 L 4-18-93 0-7 L 4-9-94 3-4 L 5-13-94 2-4 L 4-15-95 4-3 W 5-5-95 4-3 W 4-6-96 0-7 L 4-13-97 4-3 W 5-9-97 4-0 W 4-11-98 3-4 L 4-24-98 1-4 L 4-10-99 5-2 W 4-23-99 4-3 W 4-9-00 1-6 L 4-22-00 3-4 L 4-15-01 2-5 L 4-20-01 4-3 W 3-29-02 2-5 L 3-29-03 5-2 W 4-18-03 4-1 W 3-6-04 3-4 L 4-17-04 4-2 W 3-13-05 4-3 W 3-25-06 3-4 L 5-14-06 1-4 L 3-25-07 3-4 L 4-13-08 0-7 L 4-10-09 3-4 L 4-16-09 1-4 L

H A H N H A H A H A N N H A H (17-NR) A (11-NR) H (5-NR) A (6-NR) H (7-NR) A (9-NR) H (10-NR) A (4-NR) H (13-NR) A (10-NR) H (9-NR) H (14-NR) A N H (NR-24) A (18-8) N (21-7) H (NR-14) A (38-33) N (42-20) H (35-40) N (35-33) A (39-17) H (23-29) N (20-38) A (53-42) N (55-44) H (24-74) N (26-72) A (35-19) N (32-20) H (67-39) N (68-32) A (NR-44) H (30-37) N (27-44) A (38-36) N (45-13) H (36-37) A (10-12) A (24-11) H (30-14) A (61-11) H (59-36) N (59-35)

UNC-ASHEVILLE (3-0) 1-21-83 9-0 W A (10-NR) 1-25-84 9-0 W A (7-NR) 1-23-85 9-0 W A (9-NR) UNC-CHARLOTTE (12-0) 3-7-79 7-2 W H (17-NR) 2-21-80 8-0 W H (14-NR) 2-25-82 9-0 W H (6-NR) 2-24-81 7-2 W H (6-NR) 2-24-83 9-0 W H (10-NR) 3-29-84 9-0 W H (9-NR) 3-28-85 7-2 W A (18-NR) 2-5-94 7-0 W H (42-NR) 2-4-95 7-0 W H (35-NR) 2-1-97 7-0 W H (49-NR) 3-22-98 7-0 W H (36-NR) 3-15-99 7-0 W H (36-NR) UNC-GREENSBORO (5-0) 2-21-03 4-0 W H (43-NR) 2-20-04 6-1 W H (27-NR) 2-24-05 7-0 W H (35-NR) 3-27-07 6-1 W H (26-NR) 1-20-08 7-0 W H (30-NR) N.C. STATE (50-10) 4-23-40 8-0 W A 4-25-40 8-1 W H 4-28-50 1-7 L H 4-16-55 4-5 L A 4-13-56 5-4 W H 4-13-57 5-4 W A

4-14-59 4-29-60 4-15-61 4-7-62 4-6-63 4-3-64 4-13-65 4-15-66 3-17-67 4-5-68 4-19-69 3-28-70 4-18-71 3-7-72 4-15-73 3-4-74 4-6-75 3-26-76 3-26-77 3-4-78 3-30-79 3-17-81 3-10-82 4-3-83 4-2-84 3-4-85 4-5-86 3-2-87 4-10-88 4-8-89 4-7-90 4-20-90 3-2-91 4-19-91 4-11-92 4-4-93 4-10-94 3-26-95 4-7-96 4-7-97 4-19-98 4-17-99 4-16-00 4-13-01 4-19-01 4-12-02 3-2-03 4-4-04 4-17-05 4-9-06 4-20-06 4-7-07 3-30-08 3-27-09

6-3 W 3-6 L 0-9 L 9-0 W 5-0 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 3-6 L 2-7 L 2-7 L 4-5 L 5-4 W 7-2 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 7-2 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 7-2 W 8-1 W 5-1 W 7-2 W 6-1 W 6-3 W 5-2 W 6-1 W 6-1 W 5-2 W 5-2 W 4-3 W 6-1 W 6-1 W 6-1 W 4-0 W 5-2 W 7-0 W 4-3 W 5-2 W 3-4 L 4-3 W 6-1 W 1-6 L 5-2 W

A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A (17-NR) A (6-NR) H (5-NR) H (7-NR) A (9-NR) H (9-NR) A (4-NR) H (8-NR) A (10-NR) H (9-NR) A N H (24-NR) N A (21-NR) H A (38-NR) H (35-NR) A (39-NR) H (23-NR) A (53-59) H (24-48) A (37-NR) H (67-NR) N (68-NR) A (NR-NR) H (45-NR) A H (27-44) A (18-NR) N (24-NR) H (28-20) A (54-53) H (NR-38)

NORTHERN ARIZONA (1-0) 3-15-04 6-1 W A (41-NR) NORTHWESTERN (4-2) 3-18-68 7-2 W H 3-25-80 9-0 W H (11-NR) 3-4-94 2-5 L N (34-37) 1-30-98 1-6 L A (28-21) 3-22-03 4-2 W N (32-31) 5-14-05 4-0 W N (27-46) NORTH TEXAS STATE (1-0) 3-6-80 9-0 W N (11-NR) OGLETHORPE (2-0) 4-25-23 3-0 W H 5-10-23 4-1 W A OHIO (2-0) 3-22-77 9-0 W H 3-17-80 7-2 W H

(11-NR)

OHIO STATE (1-2) 3-19-72 8-1 W H 3-20-01 1-6 L H (46-23) 2-7-04 1-6 L A (24-15) OKLAHOMA CITY (1-0) 2-16-78 7-2 W N OKLAHOMA STATE (2-2) 2-15-79 7-2 W N 5-17-86 5-0 W N (3-NR) 4-1-89 1-5 L N (10-NR) 3-6-98 1-5 L N (28-T37) OLD DOMINION (4-0) 3-11-81 9-0 W H (6-NR)

3-9-83 9-0 W H 3-7-84 9-0 W H 2-26-85 9-0 W H

(10-NR) (8-NR) (9-NR)

PAN AMERICAN (2-1) 3-16-77 0-9 L A 2-18-79 6-3 W N (NR-18) 3-17-79 5-2 W A (17-NR) PENNSYLVANIA (1-1) 3-13-68 6-3 W N 3-15-72 3-6 L N PENN STATE (9-1) 3-23-72 6-3 W H 3-6-74 9-0 W H 3-5-75 9-0 W H 3-6-76 7-2 W H 3-5-77 4-5 L H 3-6-78 9-0 W H 3-4-79 8-1 W H (17-NR) 3-8-82 8-1 W H (5-NR) 3-8-83 9-0 W H (10-NR) 3-5-85 7-2 W H (10-NR) PEPPERDINE (4-10) 1-31-81 2-7 L A (6-3) 2-13-82 5-4 W N (6-3) 3-19-83 4-5 L A (10-2) 3-19-84 4-5 L A (8-4) 3-22-85 3-6 L A (18-5) 1-26-86 7-2 W N (6-5) 3-22-86 8-1 W A (3-1) 3-28-86 5-4 W N (4-5) 3-19-87 4-5 L A (11-8) 3-18-89 3-6 L A (10-14) 3-20-91 3-6 L A (NR-14) 3-19-93 2-5 L A (NR-11) 3-18-00 1-6 L A (32-5) 3-18-02 0-7 L A (55-6) PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (1-0) 1-21-07 6-0 W N (23-NR) PRESBYTERIAN (30-14) 4-22-26 4-2 W A 4-15-27 6-0 W A 4-19-29 2-4 L A 5-1-30 6-0 W H 4-10-34 7-0 W H 4-28-34 9-0 W A 4-9-35 7-0 W A 4-17-35 7-0 W H 4-23-37 7-0 W H 5-3-37 9-0 W A 4-4-38 2-5 L H 4-29-38 3-4 L A 4-20-39 0-7 L H 4-30-39 1-6 L A 3-24-42 1-6 L H 4-8-47 0-7 L H 5-7-47 1-6 L A 3-21-59 0-9 L A 3-22-60 0-9 L A 3-29-61 3-6 L A 4-10-62 8-1 W A 4-8-63 4-5 L H 4-15-64 5-4 W A 4-10-65 8-1 W H 3-19-66 5-4 W A 3-22-67 9-0 W H 4-1-68 9-0 W A 3-16-70 5-4 W A 3-30-71 4-5 L H 3-27-73 8-1 W H 4-19-74 7-2 W A 4-3-75 7-2 W H 9-24-75 9-0 W H 2-27-76 4-5 L A 2-28-77 7-2 W H 2-22-78 9-0 W A 2-28-79 9-0 W H (17-NR) 2-26-80 9-0 W A (11-NR) 2-26-81 8-1 W H (6-NR) 2-23-82 9-0 W H (6-NR) 2-23-83 8-1 W H (10-NR) 2-14-84 8-1 W A (7-NR) 2-19-85 8-1 W H (9-NR) 3-15-99 7-0 W H (36-NR) PRESBYTERIAN THEOLOGICAL (1-0) 4-17-24 2-1 W A


Series Scores Records and History

4-23-80 5-19-80 3-25-81 5-11-83 4-14-84 3-19-93 3-19-02 2-15-04 1-29-05 2-29-08

PRINCETON (7-3) 7-2 W A 5-4 W N 6-3 W H 8-1 W A 8-1 W H 2-5 L N 3-4 L N 5-2 W N 6-1 W A 3-4 L H

(9-8) (7-8) (5-16) (9-NR) (10-NR) (55-70) (27-NR) (29-NR) (42-NR)

PURDUE (2-1) 3-8-73 9-0 W H 3-7-74 8-1 W H 3-13-75 4-5 L H RICE (3-1) 3-22-78 7-2 W A 3-14-79 5.5-3.5 W A 3-5-94 4-3 W N 3-21-03 2-5 L A

(17-NR) (34-47) (32-30)

RICHMOND (2-0) 3-6-76 7-2 W H 3-24-95 7-0 W N (35-NR) 4-1-39 4-6-40 3-30-48 4-27-59 4-23-62 3-30-64 3-27-67 3-14-68 3-16-72 3-18-74 3-28-93

ROLLINS (7-4) 6-1 W A 6-0 W A 0-7 L A 2-7 L H 8-1 W A 7-1 W A 4-5 L A 6-3 W A 1-5 L A 8-1 W A 5-1 W H

RUTGERS (1-0) 3-27-40 6-2 W H ST. AUGUSTINE (1-0) 3-12-79 8-1 W H (17-NR) ST. JOHN'S (3-0) 2-22-02 6-1 W H (53-NR) 2-23-03 4-0 W H (43-NR) 4-13-07 4-3 W N (20-NR) ST. MARY'S (1-0) 3-23-02 4-3 W N (NR-NR) SAMFORD (1-0) 2-16-07 7-0 W N (23-NR) SANTA CLARA (0-1) 3-23-02 2-5 L N (NR-73) SAN DIEGO STATE (0-3) 3-18-91 1-8 L A 3-21-93 2-5 L N 2-16-03 3-4 L N (37-33) SEWANEE (0-2) 4-1-53 1-8 L H 3-31-61 4-5 L H SLIPPERY ROCK (1-0) 4-16-65 9-0 W H SOUTH ALABAMA (5-11) 3-28-93 2-5 L H (NR-T25) 3-2-97 2-5 L N (49-10) 2-14-98 3-4 L A (28-14) 4-2-99 4-3 W H (30-T65) 3-6-99 2-5 L N (52-38) 2-20-00 3-4 L A (22-67) 2-20-00 4-3 W A (22-67) 2-4-01 1-6 L H (31-16) 2-4-01 3-4 L H (31-16) 3-9-02 1-4 L A (56-30) 3-1-03 4-3 W H (45-39) 2-28-04 3-4 L A (26-47) 3-28-05 3-4 L H (14-50) 2-25-06 4-3 W A 3-10-07 6-1 W H (20-16) 2-23-08 2-4 L A (32-58) SOUTH CAROLINA (39-59-2) 4-13-25 2-4 L H 4-18-25 4-2 W A

4-13-26 0-6 L 4-23-26 1-5 L 4-14-27 3-3 T 4-18-29 3-3 T 4-27-29 2-4 L 4-7-30 3-4 L 4-26-30 2-4 L 4-11-31 3-4 L 4-15-31 1-6 L 5-10-34 6-3 W 5-3-35 3-6 L 5-9-35 3-4 L 5-1-37 2-5 L 4-14-38 6-3 L 5-4-38 5-4 W 5-7-40 1-6 L 4-17-42 6-1 W 5-2-42 5-2 W 3-22-46 2-5 L 4-18-46 2-5 L 4-3-48 2-5 L 4-16-48 3-4 L 4-7-49 1-6 L 4-13-50 3-6 L 4-25-50 4-5 L 4-17-51 5-4 W 4-20-51 4-5 L 4-7-52 8-1 W 4-21-52 7-2 W 4-11-53 3-6 L 4-16-53 4-5 L 4-1-54 4-5 L 4-26-54 5-4 W 3-25-55 4-5 L 4-19-55 3-6 L 3-29-56 4-5 L 5-4-56 5-4 W 3-31-57 7-2 W 4-27-57 8-1 W 5-4-58 4-5 L 4-30-59 8-1 W 4-27-60 3-6 L 4-25-61 2-7 L 3-29-62 9-0 W 3-23-63 9-0 W 4-11-64 9-0 W 4-23-66 9-0 W 3-30-67 5-4 W 3-30-68 4-5 L 3-28-69 5-4 W 4-13-70 9-0 W 4-3-71 8-1 W 4-11-72 5-4 W 4-4-73 3-6 L 4-17-74 3-6 L 3-31-75 3-6 L 10-9-75 3-6 L 4-10-76 1-8 L 9-24-76 1-8 L 10-7-76 5-4 W 4-8-77 4-5 L 10-21-76 3-6 L 4-10-78 5-4 W 4-9-79 4-5 L 4-13-81 6-3 W 4-13-82 7-2 W 4-10-83 6-3 W 4-10-84 9-0 W 4-14-85 5-4 W 4-14-86 7-2 W 2-19-87 5-1 W 3-7-87 3-6 L 3-28-87 1-5 L 4-12-87 3-6 L 4-17-88 5-1 W 4-13-89 5-4 W 4-28-90 1-5 L 4-28-91 4-5 L 4-14-92 5-2 W 4-20-93 2-5 L 4-13-94 2-5 L 4-18-95 7-0 W 4-17-96 3-4 L 4-15-97 1-6 L 3-25-98 0-7 L 5-15-98 0-4 L 3-31-99 1-6 L 4-4-00 3-4 L 3-7-01 2-5 L 4-16-02 0-7 L 3-26-03 3-4 L 3-31-04 6-1 W 4-6-05 1-6 L

H A A A H A H A H A H A A A H A H A H A A H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H H A A H A A H A H A H N N N A H A H A H A H A H A H N A H A N A H A

4-12-06 5-13-06 4-11-07 4-9-08 3-25-09

6-1 W 4-1 W 6-1 W 1-6 L 1-6 L

H N A H A

(21-NR) (24-NR) (61-63) (NR-16)

SOUTH CAROLINA-SUMTER (2-0) 2-13-78 8-1 W H 2-3-79 9-0 W H SOUTH FLORIDA (4-1) 1-14-90 7-2 W N (13-NR) 1-26-91 5-3 W H (24-NR) 2-26-93 1-5 L N (20/NR) 2-27-94 6-1 W H (42-NR) 4-8-95 5-2 W N (35-NR) SOUTHERN (2-0) 2-28-04 7-0 W N (26-NR) 2-23-06 7-0 W A SOUTHERN CAL (3-13) 5-17-81 3-6 L N (6-4) 3-15-81 4-5 L H (6-4) 1-29-82 3-6 L A (6-2) 3-17-83 3-6 L A (10-3) 2-6-84 0-6 L N (7-2) 3-21-84 3-6 L A (9-2) 3-23-85 1-8 L A (18-3) 3-19-86 4-5 L A (3-4) 2-23-86 5-1 W N (T2-4) 2-22-87 4-5 L N (8-1) 3-18-87 0-9 L A (11-1) 1-28-89 5-3 W N . (14-4) 3-17-00 2-5 L A (32-19) 3-19-02 2-4 L A (55-5) 3-19-05 4-3 W A (31-9) 2-8-08 1-6 L A (33-6) SIU-EDWARDSVILLE (5-3) 3-20-69 7-2 W H 3-20-77 2-7 L N 2-17-79 2-7 L N 2-14-80 6-3 W N (14-22) 3-18-80 8-1 W H (11-NR) 2-20-81 7-2 W N (6-NR) 3-11-83 3-6 L H (10-17) 3-11-84 8-1 W H (8-NR)

(17-NR) (6-12) (6-NR) (7-NR) (10-NR) (10-12) (3-15) (8-13) (2-16) (11-14) (13-14) (10-NR) (9-8) (NR-8) (NR-21) (21-NR) (36-T14) (37-NR) (43-38) (22-34) (50-18) (58-15) (30-11) (35-66) (40-55) (NR-24) (30-18) (NR-56) (24-22)

SOUTHERN METHODIST (9-16) 3-14-78 1-8 L A 5-25-79 0-5 L N (17- 3) 2-7-80 4-5 L N (14-5) 2-5-82 1-8 L N (6-5) 2-14-82 6-3 W N (6-5) 3-5-82 3-6 L N (5-4) 5-16-82 4-5 L N (9-2) 1-31-83 2-7 L A (10-1) 5-15-83 4-5 L N (9-1) 4-4-85 2-7 L H (10-2) 1-24-86 6-3 W N (6-2) 2-22-86 3-5 L N (T2-5) 3-9-86 2-7 L N (3-2) 3-17-86 4-5 L A (3-1) 1-24-87 1-8 L N (8-2) 2-20-87 5-2 W N (8-2) 1-24-88 7-2 W N (9-12) 1-14-89 6-3 W N (14-19) 1-29-89 5-4 W N (14-19) 1-26-90 8-1 W N (13-NR) 3-7-92 5-4 W N 2-14-99 3-4 L H (52-10) 2-12-00 2-5 L A (26-7) 2-11-01 3-4 L N (33-13) 1-28-07 6-1 W A (23-39) SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (1-0) 2-24-07 7-0 W H (31-NR) SOUTHEST TEXAS (1-0) 3-12-95 5-0 W N (39-NR) 5-20-80 2-2-83 5-12-84 2-5-84 5-18-86 2-24-89 3-24-00

STANFORD (0-7) 2-7 L N 1-8 L N 4-5 L N 4-5 L N 3-5 L N 3-5 L N 2-5 L A

STETSON (4-1) 3-31-39 7-0 W A

(7-1) (10-8) (9-3) (7-1) (3-6) (10-2) (33-3)

4-4-40 7-0 W A 3-29-48 1-6 L A 2-23-08 5-2 W N (32-NR) 3-14-09 6-1 W H SWARTHMORE (5-0) 3-10-74 7-2 W H 3-11-75 5-2 W H 3-7-76 7-2 W H 3-7-77 8-1 W H 3-6-79 9-0 W H (17-NR) TEMPLE (1-0) 3-12-94 6-1 W N

(34-NR)

TENNESSEE (7-13) 3-18-65 5-4 W H 3-21-68 5-4 W H 3-21-69 7-2 W H 2-12-77 9-0 W H 2-11-78 1-8 L A 2-9-80 5-4 W N (14-9) 1-17-87 3-6 L A (8-9) 2-22-81 4-5 L N (6-19) 1-20-86 7-2 W A (6-14) 5-3-87 4-5 L H (14-8) 5-9-88 3-6 L A (12-19) 4-29-89 4-5 L H (14-25) 4-9-91 3-6 L A (NR-6) 3-29-92 6-3 W H (18-12) 4-13-93 1-6 L A (NR-4) 3-19-94 3-4 L H (43-13) 3-18-95 2-5 L A (39-13) 3-17-96 3-4 L H (42-21) 3-14-97 3-4 L A (49-48) 2-1-08 3-4 L A (31-24) TENN.-CHATTANNOGA (2-0) 3-8-77 5-4 W H 3-6-78 9-0 W H TENNESSEE TECH (11-0) 1-25-91 9-0 W H (24-NR) 2-26-94 7-0 W H (42-NR) 3-2-96 7-0 W H (34-NR) 2-1-97 7-0 W H (49-NR) 3-17-99 6-1 W N (36-NR) 2-27-00 7-0 W H (29-NR) 2-23-02 5-2 W H (53-NR) 2-22-03 6-0 W H (43-NR) 2-20-04 5-2 W H (27-NR) 2-19-05 7-0 W H (36-NR) 2-17-06 7-0 W H TEXAS (8-13) 3-20-73 1-8 L A 3-11-77 0-9 L A 3-17-78 1-8 L A 3-20-79 2.5-6.5 L A 2-8-80 6-3 W N 2-14-81 7-2 W A 3-4-82 5-4 W N 3-13-83 6-3 W H 3-3-83 6-3 W N 3-2-84 6-3 W N 2-2-85 4-5 L N 3-7-85 3-6 L N 3-15-87 3-6 L A 3-4-88 4-5 L N 2-19-88 5-4 W N 2-26-89 7-2 W N 3-17-92 2-7 L N 3-5-97 1-6 L A 3-4-98 1-6 L A 3-5-00 2-5 L A 1-27-08 0-7 L A 3-12-77 3-21-78 3-8-80 3-5-81 3-4-82 3-3-83 3-8-92 3-6-93 3-11-95 1-25-08

TEXAS A&M (7-3) 5-4 W A 5-4 W A 6-3 W N 6-3 W N 8-1 W N 5-1 W N 5-4 W N 0-7 L N 3-4 L A 1-6 L A

(NR-11) (17-9) (14-13) (6-17) (5-7) (10-4) (10-7) (4-9) (9-12) (10-12) (2-6) (9-18) (9-18) (10-9) (49-12) (28-8) (29-12) (30-7)

(11-NR) (6-20) (5-NR) 10-18) (20/21) (39-35) (30-25)

TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI (6-0) 3-5-00 6-1 W N (29-NR) 3-18-03 6-1 W N

2-27-05 4-3 W H (35-67) 1-22-06 5-2 W N 1-26-07 5-2 W N (23-67) 1-25-08 4-3 W N (30-45) TEXAS-ARLINGTON (1-0) 3-11-95 7-0 W N TEXAS CHRISTIAN (11-10) 3-15-78 0-9 L A 3-6-80 5-1 W N (11-NR) 3-5-81 6-3 W N (6-15) 3-17-82 5-4 W H (6-8) 1-29-83 5-4 W A (10-15) 3-7-85 5-1 W N (10-NR) 3-8-86 7-2 W N (3-17) 3-6-87 4-5 L N (2-13) 3-24-88 5-4 W N (10-14) 3-6-89 2-5 L N (10-13) 2-24-90 1-6 L N (13-7) 3-21-90 4-5 L A (NR-11) 2-1-92 3-6 L N (NR-6) 3-4-95 0-4 L N (35-T8) 3-12-95 2-5 L N (39-11) 3-11-96 0-7 L A (42-5) 3-10-97 4-3 W A (49-21) 3-27-98 4-3 W H (50-31) 3-3-99 3-4 L A (52-32) 5-22-04 4-2 W N (33-16) 1-26-07 6-1 W A (23-36) TEXAS-DALLAS (1-0) 1-28-07 7-0 W N (23-NR) TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN (1-0) 1-27-08 6-1 W N (30-NR) TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (1-0) 3-18-03 6-1 W A TEXAS TECH (1-2) 3-8-97 5-2 W N (49-39) 3-5-99 2-4 L N (52-71) 3-21-05 2-5 L N (31-23) 3-25-69 3-25-70 3-23-71 3-24-72 3-25-75 3-25-76 2-7-04

TOLEDO (7-0) 7-2 W H 8-1 W H 9-0 W H 9-0 W H 6-0 W H 8-1 W H 7-0 W N

TRINITY (TX) 3-19-73 2-7 L 3-14-77 0-9 L 3-20-78 2-7 L 2-16-81 5-4 W 3-7-82 5-1 W 3-4-83 2-5 L 2-4-84 5-4 W 3-3-84 3-6 L 4-13-84 3-6 L 3-9-85 8-1 W 3-14-85 6-3 W 4-3-86 7-2 W 3-16-87 7-2 W 4-14-88 8-1 W 3-31-89 0-6 L 3-19-90 5-4 W

(24-NR)

(9-7) A A A A N N N N H N A H A H N A

(NR-1) (6-9) (5-6) (10-5) (7-4) (4-2) (10-5) (10-7) (18-7) (4-25) (2-NR) (10-18) (10-23)

TROY STATE (5-0) 1-24-03 7-0 W H 2-22-04 7-0 W H (27-NR) 1-22-05 6-1 W H (29-NR) 1-22-05 5-2 W H (29-NR) 2-19-06 7-0 W H TULANE (2-0) 3-22-75 5-4 W A 3-9-97 4-3 W N

(49-55)

TULSA (1-1) 3-27-93 5-1 W H 3-8-96 3-4 L N

(42-NR)

UCLA (2-9) 1-8 L A 1-8 L A 5-4 W N 1-8 L A 2-7 L A

(6-2) (6-1) (6-1) (10-4) (18-4)

2-1-81 1-30-82 2-6-82 3-20-83 3-24-85

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Series Scores Records and History 5-19-85 3-20-86 2-21-86 2-22-90 5-24-04 1-27-04

3-5 L 3-6 L 5-4 W 3-6 L 0-4 L 0-7 L

N A N N N A

(9-1) (3-5) (T2-T2) (13-3) (33-3) (24-6)

UTAH (2-0) 3-1-84 6-3 W N 2-21-90 5-2 W N

(4-NR (13-NR)

VANDERBILT (6-2) 4-4-41 1-0 W A 2-17-78 7-2 W N 1-19-80 5-4 W A (14-NR) 2-21-81 8-1 W N (6-NR) 3-17-99 4-3 W A (36-46) 2-26-00 6-1 W H (29-62) 4-9-01 1-6 L A (63-39) 2-18-07 3-4 L A (23-68) 5-3-55 4-4-56 4-10-59 5-5-61 5-5-62 4-17-64 4-3-65 4-2-66 5-8-67 4-15-68 4-5-69 3-27-70 4-16-71 4-6-72 3-29-73 3-3-74 4-11-75 3-12-76 4-2-77 3-12-78 4-1-79 3-10-80 3-28-81 3-19-82 3-26-83 3-13-84 4-6-85 3-14-86 3-21-87 3-13-88 4-21-88 4-16-89 3-12-90

VIRGINIA (41-17) 2-7 L A 1-8 L H 4-5 L A 4-5 L A 8-1 W H 9-0 W H 8-1 W A 8-1 W H 9-0 W A 8-1 W H 6-3 W A 5-4 W H 7-2 W A 5-4 W H 4-5 L A 4-5 L H 4-6 L A 5-4 W H 8-1 W A 7-2 W H 7-2 W A (17-NR) 9-0 W H (11-NR) 5-4 W A (5-NR) 8-1 W H (6-NR) 8-1 W A (7-NR) 9-0 W H (8-NR) 8-1 W A (10-NR) 6-3 W H (3-NR) 7-2 W A (11-NR) 9-0 W H (9-NR) 8-1 W N (10-NR) 7-2 W A (9-NR) 8-1 W H

4-21-90 4-6-91 3-13-92 4-17-92 4-10-93 4-2-94 3-24-95 3-3-96 4-19-96 3-29-97 3-15-98 3-27-99 4-2-00 3-30-01 4-21-01 3-31-02 4-12-03 3-26-04 4-18-04 4-15-05 4-21-06 4-2-06 3-30-07 3-23-08 3-20-09

5-4 W 7-2 W 8-1 W 5-2 W 5-2 W 6-1 W 5-2 W 4-3 W 1-4 L 5-2 W 5-2 W 4-3 W 5-2 W 2-5 L 4-3 W 7-0 W 4-3 W 1-6 L 3-4 L 2-5 L 0-5 L 2-5 L 2-5 L 1-6 L 1-6 L

N A H N A H A H N A H A H A N H A H N A N H A H A

(21-NR) (38-49) (35-44) (34-NR) (43-NR) (26-15) (36-41) (30-37) (37-36) (59-45) (68-44) (NR-NR) (31-34) (NR-14) (45-10) (27-2) (24-9) (14-11) (26-2) (61-1) (NR-1)

VA. COMMONWEALTH (1-5) 3-22-92 5-2 W H 3-26-94 1-6 L H 4-2-95 1-6 L A (35-25) 3-30-96 2-5 L H (42-18) 4-4-99 1-5 L H (30-23) 3-15-01 0-4 L N (46-13) VIRGINIA TECH (8-4) 3-17-69 9-0 W H 3-27-82 9-0 W H (6-NR) 2-22-84 9-0 W H (4-NR) 2-4-95 7-0 W H (35-NR) 3-2-96 4-3 W H (34-NR) 3-7-98 1-4 L N (28-29) 4-11-05 4-3 W A (24-45) 3-31-06 4-3 W H (14-NR) 4-1-07 3-4 L A (26-39) 3-21-08 4-3 W H (61-37) 4-17-08 3-4 L N (69-27) 3-22-09 0-7 L A (NR-21) WAKE FOREST (42-23) 4-8-25 1-5 L A 1946 5-2 W H 4-15-48 8-1 W H 4-27-54 6-3 W A 4-15-55 5-4 W A 4-28-56 4-5 L H

3-23-57 9-0 W 4-12-58 4-5 L 3-20-59 6-3 W 5-5-60 0-9 L 4-17-61 3-6 L 4-5-63 9-0 W 4-18-64 9-0 W 4-12-65 8-1 W 3-18-66 9-0 W 3-18-67 9-0 W 3-23-68 6-3 W 4-18-69 8-0 W 4-18-70 9-0 W 4-17-71 5-4 W 4-1-72 4-5 L 4-14-73 6-3 W 3-30-74 7-2 W 4-5-75 2-7 L 3-27-76 2-7 L 3-27-77 4-5 L 3-10-78 8-1 W 3-3-79 7-2 W 3-29-80 8-1 W 3-14-81 5-4 W 3-14-82 8-1 W 3-24-83 8-1 W 3-24-84 9-0 W 3-29-85 7-2 W 3-24-86 7-2 W 4-17-86 7-2 W 4-7-87 8-1 W 3-19-88 7-2 W 2-28-89 6-3 W 3-14-90 8-1 W 2-27-91 5-4 W 3-1-92 6-3 W 4-6-93 2-5 L 2-26-94 4-3 W 3-16-95 6-1 W 4-21-95 6-1 W 3-30-96 3-4 L 4-9-97 6-1 W 4-18-97 4-0 W 3-4-98 L 4-8-99 4-3 W 4-1-00 5-2 W 4-6-01 2-5 L 4-5-02 2-5 L -19-02 1-4 L 4-4-03 2-5 L 4-7-04 4-3 W 3-30-05 2-5 L 4-22-05 3-4 L 4-7-06 2-5 L 4-6-07 4-3 W

H A H A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A (17-NR) H (11-NR) A (6-NR) H (5-NR) A (7-NR) H (9-NR) A (18-NR) H (4-NR) N (3-NR) A (13-NR) H (10-NR) A (10-NR) H A (24-NR) H A H (42-NR) A (39-NR) N (37-NR) H (42-NR) A (23-67) N (22-NR) H (50-75) H (24-42) H (37-64) A (63-47) H (NR-23) N (NR-26) A (32-27) H (66-37) A (19-30) N (27-17) A (18-NR) H (28-11)

4-20-07 5-12-07 3-28-08 3-29-09

2-4 3-4 0-7 2-5

L L L L

N A A H

(22-14) (22-13) (54-30) (NR-25)

WASHINGTON (0-2) 3-25-00 2-5 L N (33-31) 2-15-03 1-6 L A (37-12) WASHINGTON COLLEGE (1-0) 4-1-95 6-1 W A (35-NR) WAYNE STATE (1-0) 4-14-41 3-6 L H WEST VIRGINIA (10-1) 2-23-89 5-1 W N (10-NR) 3-26-89 6-3 W A (10-T25) 3-27-90 4-5 L H 3-24-91 6-3 W A (NR-25) 3-21-92 5-4 W H 3-24-93 5-2 W H 3-12-94 4-3 W N (34-46) 3-3-96 7-0 W H (34-NR) 2-25-00 7-0 W H (29-NR) 2-23-02 7-0 W H (53-NR) 2-22-03 4-0 W H (43-NR) WESTERN CAROLINA (5-0) 2-24-78 9-0 W A 2-27-79 9-0 W H (17-NR) 2-27-80 9-0 W H (11-NR) 3-12-93 7-0 W H 2-5-94 7-0 W H (42-NR) WESTERN KENTUCKY (3-1) 3-11-72 6-3 W H 3-10-73 5-4 W H 3-9-74 5-4 W H 3-8-75 4-5 L H WICHITA STATE (4-0) 2-14-80 5-4 W N (14-NR) 2-19-81 6-3 W N (6-NR) 5-10-84 6-3 W H (10-NR) 3-5-87 5-4 W N (2-NR) WILLIAM & MARY (3-1) 3-10-76 8-1 W H 3-22-98 4-3 W H (36-NR) 5-15-99 4-3 W H (31-46) 3-17-01 0-4 L N (46-65) 1-31-09 3-4 L A (63-60) 3-6-70

WINGATE (3-0) 6-3 W H

3-9-71 3-?-73

7-2 W H 9-0 W H

(Forfeit)

WINTHROP (2-0) 2-22-04 6-1 W H (27-NR) 2-19-05 4-3 W H (36-NR) WISCONSIN (6-1) 4-4-72 7-2 W H 4-6-77 5-4 W H 3-23-78 4-5 L N 3-22-79 8-1 W N (17-NR) 2-1-85 8-1 W N (9-NR) 3-10-91 6-3 W N (24-NR) 2-13-94 6-1 W N (42-NR) WOFFORD (23-12) 4-28-21 2-0 W A 4-29-22 1-2 L H 4-22-24 1-3 L H 4-17-25 2-3 L A 3-31-26 2-4 L A 4-28-27 2-4 L H 5-5-27 1-5 L A 5-3-29 2-4 L A 4-29-30 5-1 W H 5-5-34 5-2 W H 5-9-34 5-2 W A 4-20-35 6-1 W H 4-11-38 7-2 W H 4-6-39 4-3 W A 4-16-40 2-4 L A 4-22-41 4-3 W A 4-30-41 5-2 W H 4-22-47 4-3 W A 4-29-47 7-2 W H 4-9-48 5-2 W A 5-7-48 5-2 W H 4-6-49 1-8 L A 4-27-49 6-3 W H 4-11-50 5-4 W H 5-16-50 4-5 L A 4-10-51 6-3 W H 4-24-52 6-3 W H 5-8-52 5-4 W A 4-21-53 7-2 W H 5-4-54 2-7 L H 3-29-55 3-6 L H 4-16-57 8-1 W A 4-25-57 9-0 W H 4-16-59 8-1 W H 2-4-96 7-0 W H (34-NR) YALE (1-0) 3-16-71 9-0 W N

The 1937 team is shown in the above photo. Head Coach Hoke Sloan is pictured on the far left. Sloan would use his personal car to take the teams to the various matches during the early years. The 1937 team traveled to Florida for a match. This was the farthest trip that the Tigers had taken at this stage of the program. The 1937 team won four of their last six matches to finish 4-7 on the year.

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Clemson Honors Records and History NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAM PARTICIPATION (24) 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT FINAL EIGHT (7) 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 2004 NCAA TOURNAMENT FINAL 16 (12) 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2004 ACC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS (11) 1969, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1997 ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS (12) 1969, 1971, 1979. 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 TOP 25 SEASONS (18) 1972 (24th), 1973 (22nd),1979 (15th), 1980 (8th), 1981 (7th), 1982 (7th), 1983 (9th), 1984 (10th), 1985 (8th), 1986 (5th), 1987 (14th), 1988 (10th), 1989 (13th), 1992 (20th), 1997 (19th), 2004 (25th), 2006 (24th), 2007 (23rd) REGION II CHAMPIONS (10) 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 ITA INDOOR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP TOP 5 FINISHES 1984 (5th), 1986 (3rd), 1987 (2nd) CLEMSON ALL-AMERICANS 1980 Mike Gandolfo, Singles Mark Dickson, Singles Pender Murphy, Singles & Doubles 1981 Mark Dickson, Singles & Doubles Pender Murphy, Singles & Doubles 1982 Mark Dickson, Singles Jean Desdunes, Singles 1983 Rick Rudeen, Singles Jean Desdunes, Singles 1984 Lawson Duncan, Singles 1985 Miguel Nido, Singles Richard Matuszewski, Singles & Doubles Brandon Walters, Doubles 1986 Jay Berger, Singles Richard Matuszewski, Singles & Doubles Brandon Walters, Doubles 1987 Craig Boynton, Doubles Kent Kinnear, Doubles

Mitch Sprengelmeyer was a two-time All-American in 1996 and 1997. He was also a three-time All-ACC performer. 1989 1996 1997 2004 2006

John Sullivan, Doubles Vince Van Gelderen, Doubles John Sullivan, Singles Todd Watkins, Doubles Vince VanGelderen, Doubles Bruce Li, Doubles Mitch Sprengelmeyer, Doubles Mitch Sprengelmeyer, Singles Nathan Thompson, Doubles Jarmaine Jenkins, Doubles Clement Reix, Singles

SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (SIAA) CHAMPIONS 1913 James Erwin (Singles) 1913 James Erwin & John Erwin (Doubles) CLEMSON ACC CHAMPIONS BY FLIGHTS (discontinued in 2001) #1 Singles 1966 Zulfi Rahim

1969 1979 1980 1984 1989

David Cooper Mike Gandolfo Mike Gondolfo Lawson Duncan John Sullivan

1967 1974 1980 1988 1989 2000

#2 Singles David Cooper Herb Cooper Mark Dickson Kent Kinnear Vince Van Gelderen Tomasz Boniecki

1970 1973 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1983 1990 1991 1999

#3 Singles Eddie Shelton Asif Hussain Pender Murphy Jean Desdunes Rick Rudeen Jean Desdunes Miguel Nido Brandon Walters John Sullivan Greg Seilkop George Lampert Josh Goffi

1980 1983 1985 1994 1999

#4 Singles Mark Buechler Andy Krantz Jay Berger Mitch Sprengelmeyer Tomasz Bonieck

1968 1971 1980 1981 1984 1995 1997

#5 Singles Jim Poling Sarfraz Rahim Jean Desdunes Rick Rudeen Richard Matuszewski Chris Robinson Pablo Bellagamba

1967 1978 1981 1983 1984 1985 1990 1997

#6 Singles David Wilkins David Thies Peter Pristach Richard Matuszewski Brandon Walters Joe DeFoor Mike Watson Ryan Bauer

#1 Doubles 1969 Cooper & Poling 1974 Nunna & Hussain 1979 Gandolfo & Buechler 1982 Desdunes & Cooper 1983 Akel & Cooper 1984 Cooper & Krantz 1985 Matuszewski & Walters 1989 Sullivan & Watson 1990 Casey & Guillou 1991 Lampert & Munnerlyn 1995 Salazar & Sprengelmeyer 1996 Li & Sprengelmeyer #2 Doubles 1996 Smithyman & Wilkins 1984 Nido & Walters 1985 Nido & Berger 1988 Kinnear & Van Gelderen 1966 1968 1969 1972 1980 1984 1985 1995 2000

#3 Doubles Sibert & Reynolds Shelton & Poling Shelton & Hebert Cooper & Wilkins Desdunes & Milford Rudeen & Frooman DeFoor & Kinnear Rasheed & Robinson Barth & Cohn

ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2005 Nathan Thompson ACC TOURNAMENT MVP 1969 David Cooper 1979 Mike Gandolfo 1980 Mike Gandolfo 1988 Kent Kinnear 1989 John Sullivan 1997 Bruce Li ACC ROOKIE-OF-THE-YEAR 1995 Bruce Li

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Clemson Honors Records and History ALL-ACC (As selected by the league’s Head Coaches) 1969 David Cooper Nick Kelaidis (2nd) 1970 Sarfraz Rahim Eddie Shelton (2nd) Nick Kelaidis (2nd) Steve Parsons (2nd) 1971 Nick Kelaidis Sarfraz Rahim Eddie Shelton (2nd) Bhanu Nunna (2nd) 1980 Mike Gandolfo Mark Dickson Pender Murphy Mark Buechler Jean Desdunes 1981 Pender Murphy Mark Dickson 1982 Mark Dickson Jean Desdunes Rick Rudeen Gregg Cooper 1984 Gregg Cooper Lawson Duncan Matt Frooman Andy Krantz Richard Matuszewski Miguel Nido Rick Rudeen Brandon Walters 1985 Jay Berger Joe DeFoor Kent Kinnear Richard Matuszewski Miguel Nido Brandon Walters 1986 Jay Berger Richard Matuszewski Brian Page 1987 Craig Boynton Kent Kinnear Brian Page Vince Van Gelderen 1988 Kent Kinnear Brian Page John Sullivan Vince Van Gelderen 1989 Owen Casey John Sullivan Vince Van Gelderen Mike Watson 1990 Owen Casey Greg Seilkop Mike Watson 1991 George Lampert Chris Munnerlyn

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Greg Seilkop. 1992 Greg Seilkop 1994 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1995 Chris Angell Bruce Li Cris Robinson 1996 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer Bruce Li 1998 Bruce Li 1999 Tomasz Boniecki Josh Goffi 2000 Tomasz Boniecki Josh Goffi 2001 Josh Goffi 2003 John Boetsch Sander Koning Ash Misquith Damiisa Robinson 2004 Jarmaine Jenkins Nathan Thompson 2005 Nathan Thompson Ryan Young Sander Koining 2006 Clement Reix 2007 Jarmaine Jenkins Clement Reix Ryan Young 2009 Carlos Alvarez ALL-ACC ACADEMIC (Started in 2006) 2006 Sander Koning 2007 Rok Bizjak & Kevin Fleck 2008 Kevin Galloway 2009 Kevin Galloway Rok Bizjak ITA SENIOR PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR 1980 Mike Gandolfo 1982 Mark Dickson 1983 Jean Desdunes 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer ITA ROOKIE-OF-THE-YEAR 1984 Lawson Duncan SOUTHERN REGION COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1981 Chuck Kriese 1984 Chuck Kriese

1985 Chuck Kriese 1986 Chuck Kriese 1988 Chuck Kriese ITA NATIONAL COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1981 Chuck Kriese USPTA NATIONAL COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1981 Chuck Kriese 1986 Chuck Kriese OSUNA AWARD (SPORTSMANSHIP) 1984 Rick Rudeen VAN NOSTRAND MEMORIAL AWARD 1986 Richard Matuszewski 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer DAVIS CUP TEAM 1986 Lawson Duncan, US 1988 Jay Berger, US 1988 Fernando Magretta Peru National Davis Cup Coach 1989, 1990, 1991 Owen Casey, Ireland 1992 Miguel Nido, Puerto Rico U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE ATHLETE-OF-THE-YEAR 1986 Jay Berger OLYMPIC TEAM 1988 Owen Casey, Ireland

22 26 34 T3 T46 13 T18 29 34 47 T88 4 41 T90 19 30 32 T66 12 13 39 54 94 25 61 64 T70 55 61 74 94

ACC COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1980 Chuck Kriese 1985 Chuck Kriese 1986 Chuck Kriese 1988 Chuck Kriese 1989 Chuck Kriese 1997 Chuck Kriese

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CLEMSON ATHLETIC HALL-OF-FAME 1977 Hoke Sloan (Coach) 1983 David Cooper (Player) 1988 Bobby Burns (Player) 1999 Mark Dickson (Player) 2001 Richard Matuszewski (Player) 2009 Chuck Kriese (Coach) Jean Desdunes (Player)

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CLEMSON PLAYERS IN FINAL ITA COLLEGIATE POLL Singles Rank Name 1979 T32 Mike Gandolfo

70 77 52

59 19 86 49 69 76 69 75 62 31 23 84

1980 Mike Gandolfo Mark Dickson Pender Murphy 1981 Mark Dickson Jean Desdunes 1982 Mark Dickson Jean Desdunes Rick Rudeen 1983 Rick Rudeen Jean Desdunes Richard Akel 1984 Lawson Duncan Rick Rudeen Miguel Nido 1985 Miguel Nido Jay Berger R. Matuszewski Brandon Walters 1986 R. Matuszewski Jay Berger Brian Page Kent Kinnear Brandon Walters 1987 Craig Boynton V. Van Gelderen John Sullivan Brian Page 1988 Brian Page Kent Kinnear Brandon Walters John Sullivan 1989 John Sullivan V. Van Gelderen 1990 Owen Casey 1991 Greg Seilkop 1992 Greg Seilkop 1995 Chris Angell 1996 M. Sprengelmeyer 1997 M. Sprengelmeyer Bruce Li 2000 Josh Goffi Tomasz Boniecki 2001 Josh Goffi 2003 Sander Koning Nathan Thompson 2004 Nathan Thompson 2005 Nathan Thompson 2006 Clement Reix 2007 Jarmaine Jenkins

Doubles Rank Name 1983 11 Richard Akel Craig Cooper 18 Jean Desdunes Rick Rudeen 39 Andy Krantz Miguel Nido 1984 17 Andy Krantz Rick Rudeen 1985 4 R. Matuszewski Brandon Walters 16 Jay Berger Miguel Nido 1986 8 R. Matuszewski Brandon Walters 20 Jay Berger Kent Kinnear 24 Matt Frooman Brian Page 29 Craig Boynton Joe DeFoor 1987 7 Kent Kinnear V. Van Gelderen 22 Craig Boynton John Sullivan 1988 19 Kent Kinnear V. Van Gelderen 28 Brian Page John Sullivan 1989 21 Vince Van Gelderen Todd Watkins 1990 32 Owen Casey J.L. Guillou 1991 38 Greg Seilkop Mike Williams 1992 22 Greg Seilkop George Lampert 1993 30 Bas Wild George Lampert 1995 17 Frank Salazar M.Sprengelmeyer 1996 10 Bruce Li M. Sprengelmeyer 1997 23 Bruce Li M.Sprengelmeyer 1998 37 Bruce Li Pablo Bellagamba 1999 28 Pablo Bellagamba Josh Goffi 2000 21 Darren Knight Josh Goffi 2003 25 Nathan Thompson- Jarmaine Jenkins


Clemson Honors Records and History

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2004 Nathan ThompsonJarmaine Jenkins 2005 Nathan ThompsonRyan Young 2006 Jarmaine Jenkins Clement Reix 2007 Clement Reix Ryan Young

ITA REGION II INDOOR CHAMPIONS Singles 1982 Rick Rudeen 1983 Lawson Duncan 1984 R. Matuszewski 1987 Brian Page 1988 John Sullivan Doubles 1984 Matuszewski-Walters 1985 Matuszewski-Walters 1987 Page-Walters 1988 Van Gelderen-Watkins 1989 Watkins-Munnerlyn 1991 Seilkop-Lampert 1992 Lampert-WIld 1995 Sprengelmeyer-Li ITA DOUBLES NATIONAL TOURNAMENT 1980 Murphy-DIckson (Finalists) 1985 Matuszewski-Walters (Champions) 1986 Matuszewski-Walters (Finalists) NCAA SINGLES TOURNAMENT 1984 Lawson Duncan (Finalist) VOLVO ALL-AMERICAN TOURNAMENT 1980 Pender Murphy Consolation Champion 1985 Richard Matuszewski Consolation Champion ACC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1956-57 Paul Callaway Olin C. Haynes 1957-58 William Cooper 1959-60 Gene Willimon, JR

1961-62 Fred Craft Doug Stewart 1962-63 Henry Bauman Edgar Crow James Ledbetter Steve Scheer Doug Stewart 1963-64 Fred Craft Clyde Crow James Ledbetter 1964-65 Eddie Crow James Ledbetter Steve Scheer Sam Smithyman 1965-66 Sam Smithyman 1966-67 David Cooper Jim Poling Sam Smithyman David Wilkins 1967-68 David Cooper Nick Kelaidis David Wilkins 1968-69 David Cooper Nick Kelaidis Terry Wilkins 1969-70 Nick Kelaidis Larry Maggiore Terry Wilkins 1970-71 Herb Cooper Nick Kelaidis Larry Maggorie Terry Wilkins 1971-72 Herb Cooper Larry Maggiore Jimmy Poole 1972-73 Howie Orlin 1974-75 David Busch Pike Rowley 1975-76 Stefan Laporte Howie Orlin 1976-77 Mark Buechler Mike Gandolfo Dick Milford 1977-78 John Anderson Mark Buechler Mike Gandolfo 1978-79 John Anderson Mark Buechler Mike Gandolfo Dick Milford Tim Stweart 1979-80 Jeff Anderson Mark Buechler Pender Murphy Calhoun Parr

1981-82 Mitch Mitchell Mark Yodice 1982-83 Matt Frooman Rick Rudeen 1983-84 Matt Frooman Andy Krantz Rick Rudeen 1984-85 Kent Kinnear 1985-86 Matt Frooman Bob Phillips 1986-87 Matt Frooman Kent Kinear Srini Tummala 1987-88 Kent Kinnear Thad Langford Keith Loop Brian Schumacher 1988-89 Keith Loop Chris Munnerlyn Brian Schumacher Greg Seilkop Vince Van Gelderen 1990-91 Brad Woodard 1991-92 Brad Woodard 1992-93 David Nunziato Eric Pitts Mark Wilner Brad Woodard 1993-94 Charlie Rasheed Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1994-95 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1995-96 Clay Fouse Richard Reyes Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1996-97 Clay Fouse Luis Garcia Josh Goffi Mitch Sprengelmeyer Ken Wasserman 1998-99 Colin Atkinson Sandon Barth Eric Cohn Luis Garcia Joey Hopke Darren Knight Tyler Manring Marcio Torres 1999-00 Colin Atkinson Sandon Barth Eric Cohn Luis Garcia Josh Goffi Joey Hopke 2000-01 Eric Cohn Joey Hopke

Micah Thompson Lee Taylor Walker 2001-02 Sander Koning 2002-03 Sander Koning Ash Misquith Goran Sterijovski Brett Twente 2003-04 Ian Keeler Brett Twente 2004-05 Ryan Cook Sander Koning 2005-06 Ian Keeler Paul Koenke Sander Koning Brett Twente 2006-07 Gera Boryachinskiy Tino Elgner Kevin Fleck Ian Keeler Paul Koenke Ryan Young 2007-08 Rok Bizjak Tino Elgner Kevin Galloway Robert Pietrucha 2008-09 Ike Belk Rok Bizjak Taylor Cohen Kenin Galloway Wesley Moran Robert Pietrucha

James Erwin was a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) Champion in singles and doubles along with his brother John in 1913.

David Wilkins was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll twice during his career in 1967 and 1968. He is currently a member of the Clemson Board of Trustees. He was a two-time ACC Champion.

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Letterwinners Records and History Name Arthur Abbott Ali Akbar Richard Akel Carlos Alvarez Jeff Anderson John Anderson Chris Angell Colin Atkinson Orestes Baez Mike Baker Sandon Barth Craig Baskin Ryan Bauer Ike Belk Pablo Bellagamba Jay Berger Rok Bizjak John Boetsch Clint Boling John Bond Tomasz Boniecki Gera Boryachinskiy Craig Boynton Ben Bradshaw Chris Brown L.F. Bryant, Jr. Mark Buechler Robert Burgess Bob Burns P.F. Calloway N.K. Carter, Jr. Owen Casey G.M. Christopher Taylor Cohen Eric Cohn James Colhoun Ryan Cook David Cooper Gregg Cooper G.T. Cooper, Jr. Herb Cooper W.M. Cooper F.C. Craft, Jr. E.C. Crow Ron Davis Joe DeFoor Arthur B. DeLuski Jean Desdunes Mark Dickson Derek DiFazio R.L. Doyon Lawson Duncan Tino Dlgner Brad Emendorfer Malloy Evans Kevin Fleck Ryan Fleming Clay Fouse Matt Frooman Max Gainer Kevin Galloway Mike Gandolfo Luis Garcia Michael Gee Josh Goffi Marko Gojanovic

Herb Cooper

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Years Singles Doubles 1970-71 13-6 6-1 1973-74 28-18 26-20 1981-83 85-62 67-42 2007-09 66-42 46-50 1979-81 6-3 6-7 1977-79 6-1 11-0 1995 25-19 23-13 1999-00 3-2 3-4 1979, 81-82 21-14 43-15 1993 15-23 17-14 1997-00 20-26 37-35 1992 12-8 11-7 1996-99 62-61 57-47 2006-09 56-36 38-43 1997-99 68-57 63-53 1985-86 91-22 58-23 2007-09 54-35 41-42 2003-04 44-21 41-20 2005-06 34-21 0-4 1969 6-4 3-1 1999-00 58-19 37-26 2007-09 38-39 34-41 1985-86 60-27 54-22 1989-90 4-16 4-5 1976 0-1 5-1 1957-59 9-12 8-7 1977-80 90-52 87-48 1978-79 9-2 2-1 1959-62 60-11 23-5 1957 2-2 7-1 1957 10-1 9-1 1989-90 41-28 41-15 1961-62 17-12 12-11 2009 5-4 2-3 2000-01 10-13 40-24 2001 1-1 0-0 2005 1-1 6-15 1967-69 49-12 44-11 1981-84 66-48 140-57 1961 1-10 0-10 1971-74 58-22 49-20 1958-60 8-10 9-5 1962-64 13-8 35-11 1963-65 38-14 22-14 1991 15-17 5-5 1982-86 61-40 72-31 1967 2-0 0-0 1980-83 157-66 153-57 1979-82 128-42 101-40 2008-09 25-22 19-27 1960-61 4-9 0-8 1984 70-14 8-6 2008 2-4 1-1 1998-01 74-87 44-48 1962-64 35-11 35-14 2006-09 60-49 56-48 1995-96 27-23 16-14 1997-98 2-12 5-8 1983-87 73-46 101-43 1979-80 19-11 16-10 2008-09 36-30 27-26 1977-80 89-48 113-52 1996-97,99-00 81-72 66-53 2005 14-14 3-2 1998-01 84-64 85-50 1999-02 59-71 75-62

Mark Buechler

Andy Gondelman Kevin Gottfried J.L. Guillou F.L. Halroyd R.T. Havin Tom Herb Gordon Herbert Mark Herrington Rob Hilliard Joey Hopke Asif Hussain Bill Inman J.T. James Jarmaine Jenkins Nicklas Johansson Ian Keeler Nicholas Kelaidis Kent Kinnear Darren Knight Paul Koenke Sander Koning Andy Krantz George Lampert Thad Langford Stephen Laporte Jeff Layman J.B. Ledbetter Bruce Li David Loder T.E. Long R.B. Lynn Larry Maggiore Tyler Manring C.W. Matthews Rich Matuszewski Fernando Maynetto Bobby McKee Dick Milford Reza Mirza Ash Misquith R.D. Mitchell Mitch Mitchell W.N. Moore Wes Moran Chris Munnerlyn Tim Munnerlyn Pender Murphy Mohammed Nasim Theo Neto Miguel Nido Jeff Nordby G.F. Norris Bhanumarthy Nunna J.W. Nutt Mike Oppenheim Howard Orlin Dikran Omekiam Kevin O’Neil David Owens Brian Page Steve Parsons Darren Patlen Robert Phillips Robert Pietrucha Eric Pitts James Poling Jay Poole

Brian Page

1981-84 20-28 2001 4-10 1990 8-10 1960 0-1 1961 0-2 1992-93 33-38 1969 14-3 1982 17-22 1989 0-4 1998-01 43-39 1973-74 27-18 1985 1-6 1960-61 2-8 03, 04, 06,07 92-53 1990-91 23-40 2004-06 2-2 1968-71 51-28 1985-88 124-73 1997-01 52-44 2006 11-7 02, 03, 05, 06 75-32 1983-84 57-37 1990-93 77-71 1988 12-12 1973-76 30-43 1985-87 16-16 1963-65 41-13 1995-98 100-60 1977-78 28-30 1964-66 32-25 1958 1-5 1970-73 39-19 2002 0-6 1956-57 6-4 1983-86 166-84 1975-77 48-44 1975 3-1 1977-80 61-49 1991 11-12 2003-04 21-10 1956-57 9-2 1980, 82 32-25 1961 3-5 2009 10-6 1988-91 50-52 1989 0-7 1978-81 120-54 1958-59 12-2 1997 15-15 1982-85 152-75 1992 7-12 1956 1-1 1971-74 62-29 1959-60 5-4 1972 9-13 1973-76 33-27 1965-67 30-15 1987 7-8 1973 —— 1985-88 122-93 1970-72 49-15 1987-88 6-15 1985-87 19-18 2009 6-1 1993 7-6 1967-69 46-13 1972 ——

17-15 2-3 14-4 1-1 1-3 42-25 17-1 12-11 0-1 21-18 31-14 —— 0-10 103-62 28-19 17-20 58-18 111-46 74-47 13-16 47-39 62-29 80-40 4-3 32-37 14-9 28-19 92-65 32-15 30-26 1-3 37-27 0-5 8-0 125-47 44-34 5-4 69-32 13-8 14-6 9-0 17-10 0-4 11-15 64-41 0-0 119-48 9-4 14-9 109-44 1-3 1-0 56-27 3-3 5-9 32-26 15-9 8-3 0-1 104-55 35-25 6-3 16-11 7-6 1-2 26-10 4-2

Mike Williams

Jimmy Poole 2002 Lee Porter 2000 R.A. Pregnall 1962-64 Peter Pristach 1981 Charly Rasheed 1994-95 Sarfraz Rahim 1969-71 Zulligar Rahim 1965-68 Rob Rawlings 1993 Clement Reix 2004-07 Richard Reyes 1993-96 Jason Reyner 1994 Perry Reynolds 1966-68 Chris Robinson 1992-95 Damiisa Robinson 2001-04 Bengt Ronnerman 1976 Pike Rowley 1973-74 Rick Rudeen 1981-84 Frank Salazar 1992-95 E.A. Scarpa 1956-57 Greg Seilkop 1989-92 B.S. Shaw 1961 Edgar Shelton 1968-71 Harry Sherman 1984 David Sibert 1966-68 W.W. Sikes 1961 Madreadi Skinner 2002 S.D. Smithyman 1965-67 Ward Snyder 1974-77 Jim Spencer 1988 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 1994-97 Goran Sterijovski 2002-04 J.D. Stewart 1962-64 Timothy Stewart 1978-79 R.E. Strickland 1961-62 Herbert Stroud 1976 John Sullivan 1986-89 E.L. Summer 1958-59 Daniel Tauber 1974 C.J. Theos 1956-57 Jamin Thompson 2001-02 Micah Thompson 2000-03 Nathan Thompson 2002-05 David Thies 1978 Srini Tummala 1987 Brett Twente 2003-06 Bryan Twente 1992, 94-95 Vince Van Gelderen 1986-89 Steve Vaughan 1975-77 A.M. Vickers 1957 Lee Taylor Walker 2001 Ralph Walker 1975 Brandon Walters 1984-88 Eddy Wang 2009 Ken Wasserman 1996-97 Todd Watkins 1987-90 Michael Watson 1988-90 J.M. Weir 1959 Bas Wild 1992-94 David Wilkins 1966-68 Robert Wilkins 1969-72 Mike Williams 1990-92, 94 Marcus Wilner 1993 J.H. Wise 1956, 58 Bradford Woodard 1992-93 Mark Yodice 1981 Ryan Young 2004-07

Mike Gandolfo

1-5 6-6 31-12 23-13 46-30 50-21 41-19 8-12 90-45 43-40 16-5 23-12 75-65 58-41 8-16 41-36 172-73 76-66 7-6 97-72 0-2 45-22 5-9 3-0 2-6 4-3 44-16 35-33 11-12 115-50 34-34 39-11 5-3 8-14 1-3 114-56 9-6 3-0 9-3 7-15 47-56 82-58 25-8 5-10 53-30 47-37 107-70 35-52 0-3 17-23 2-3 149-62 0-0 47-48 64-76 55-42 5-3 47-46 35-15 36-12 71-60 3-5 1-7 4-7 3-8 111-40

0-5 1-3 35-11 14-2 29-16 42-15 26-12 11-9 78-43 45-40 20-13 41-17 60-38 55-36 4-4 22-22 123-66 64-41 5-3 72-43 1-5 47-18 6-7 24-7 0-6 3-4 42-16 27-31 9-2 112-48 35-16 38-13 13-6 1-10 7-3 84-45 10-5 2-1 8-0 7-12 20-13 87-59 15-8 7-4 66-52 39-26 100-44 45-34 2-5 13-18 3-0 147-58 2-1 43-32 90-40 52-27 4-3 51-33 24-12 31-13 75-43 2-2 2-4 1-2 2-1 102-46

Matt Frooman


Clemson in the ITA Poll Records and History 1979 Date Rank Feb. 27 17 March 13 17 March 27 17 April 10 17 April 24 17 May 4 16 Final 15 1980 Date Rank Preseason 14 Feb. 26 11 March 12 11 March 25 11 April 8 11 April 22 9 May 6 7 Final 8  1981 Date Rank Preseason 6 Feb. 24 6 March 10 6 March 24 5 April 7 6 April 24 6 May 5 6 May 12 6 Final 7 1982 Date Rank Preseason 6 Feb. 23 5 March 9 6 March 23 6 April 6 8 April 20 8 May 4 9 May 11 9 Final 7 1983 Date Rank Preseason 10 Feb. 21 10 March 14 10 March 28 7 April 11 8 April 25 9 May 2 9 May 9 9 Final 9 1984 Date Rank Preseason 7 Feb. 20 4 March 6 8 March 20 9 April 3 10 April 17 8 May 1 9 May 8 9 Final 10

Record 6-2 14-2 18-4 24-5 24-6 24-6 24-7 Record 9-3 16-4 21-4 28-4 30-4 31-4 32-5 Record 6-4 13-5 19-6 26-6 29-6 29-6 29-6 30-7 Record 5-4 12-5 17-7 20-9 23-9 23-9 23-9 24-10 Record 6-3 17-5 19-9 25-9 27-9 27-9 27-9 29-11 Record 5-2 11-4 16-6 20-7 26-8 26-8 26-8 27-9

1985 Date Rank Preseason 9 Feb. 19 9 March 5 10 March 19 18 April 2 10 April 16 11 April 30 9 May 14 9 Final 8 1986 Date Rank Preseason 6 Feb. 18 T2 March 4 3 March 18 3 April 1 4 April 15 3 April 29 3 May 13 3 Final 5 1987 Date Rank Preseason 8 March 3 2 March 17 T11 March 31 13 April 14 13 April 28 14 May 5 14 Final 14 1988 Date Rank Preseason Feb. 16 9 March 1 9 March 15 10 March 29 T10 April 12 10 April 26 12 May 10 10 Final 10 1989 Date Rank Preseason 14 Feb. 21 10 March 14 10 April 4 9 April 18 14 May 2 T12 May 16 13 Final 13 1990 Date Rank Preseason 13 1991 Date Rank Preseason 24 1992 Date Rank March 24 18 April 7 21 April 21 18 May 5 20 Final 20

Record 4-3 9-5 16-6 19-9 23-11 23-11 23-11 24-12 Record 5-0 9-1 14-3 20-5 27-6 30-6 30-6 31-7

1993 Date Rank Preseason 19 Dec. 10 20 1997 Date Rank April 1 23 April 15 22 April 29 20 Final 19 1999 Date Rank April 6 24 April 20 24 2000 Date Rank Feb 15 22

Record 3-2 5-3 9-4 12-5 16-7 22-7 22-8 22-9 Record 5-1 13-3 16-9 22-10 25-10 25-11 25-12 Record

Record

Record 9-5 10-9 15-10 15-10 15-11

Record 12-7 16-9 19-10 20-11 Record 16-8 19-10 Record 1-3

Date Jan 27 Final

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Overall 2-9 3-17 2-11 5-16 3-13 5-7 8-6 5-12 7-8 2-10 43-109

Home 0-0 0-3 0-3 2-4 0-1 3-0 2-0 1-2 0-1 0-3 9-17

2004 Rank 24 25

Record 26-12

2005 Date Rank March 22 14 March 29 19 April 5 24

Record 20-3 21-4 21-7

2006 Rank 25 22 15 15 5 10 14

Record 4-1 10-2 13-2 15-2 17-2 17-3 17-5

Date Feb. 7 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 28

CLEMSON vs. TOP 10 TEAMS

Record 5-4 10-7 13-11 17-12 17-12 17-13 19-14

Record

April 4 April 11 April 18 April 25 May 1 Final

18 21 24 22 24 24

2007 Date Rank Preseason 23 Jan. 30 25 Feb 6 24 Feb. 13 23 Mar. 6 20 Mar. 13 24 April 10 20 April 17 22 April 24 22 April 30 22 Final 23

18-6 18-8 21-8 22-9 22-9 23-10 Record 5-0 8-0 9-1 13-3 17-4 24-8 29-8 30-9 30-9 31-10

CLEMSON IN THE WEEKLY POLLS

Rank Times 1. 0 2. 2 3. 5 4. 2 5. 4 6. 11 7. 5 8. 8 9. 18 10. 15 11. 6 12. 2 13. 5

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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CLEMSON POLL NOTES •Clemson was ranked in 95 consecutive ITA polls dating from February 27, 1979, to March 6, 1990. •From the April 22, 1980 poll to the March 19, 1985 listing, the Tigers were ranked in the top 10 a total of 42 times. •The highest Clemson has ever been ranked was second on two occasions. The Tigers were ranked second on February 18, 1986, and March 3, 1987. •The highest Clemson has been ranked in a final poll was fifth for the 1986 season. •Clemson has been ranked in the top-ten 69 times. •Clemson has an overall record of 43-109 against top-10 teams over the years. At home, the Tigers are 9-17 against top-10 teams. •In the ITA poll, Clemson has been ranked ninth 18 times, more than any other position. The Tigers have also been ranked 10th, 15 times. •Clemson has been ranked in the top five 13 times. •Clemson had a 19-7 record against top 25 teams in 1986, the most top 25 wins in a season in Clemson history. Seven of the wins were over top 10 teams. Clemson also had a record six top five wins that season. •Clemson has beaten the number-one ranked team in the nation on two occasions. Clemson defeated #1 UCLA 5-4 in Los Angeles on February 6, 1981, and defeated #1 Pepperdine at Pepperdine on March 22, 1986.

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NCAA Results Records and History

NCAA TEAM RESULTS

Date No. of Players Finish Points Location 1967 1 T26 2 Carbondale, IL 1972 4 T24 4 Athens, GA 1973 5 22 4 Princeton, NJ 1974 2 T35 2 Los Angeles, CA Date CU-Opp W -L Opponent Rnd. Site 5-25-79 0-5 L Southern Methodist 16 Athens, GA 5-19-80 5-4 W Princeton 16 Athens, GA 5-20-80 2-7 L Stanford 8 Athens, GA 5-16-81 6-3 W Miami (FL) 16 Athens, GA 5-17-81 3-6 L Southern Cal 8 Athens, GA 5-15-82 5-4 W Arkansas 16 Athens, GA 5-16-82 4-5 L Southern Methodist 8 Athens, GA 5-14-83 7-2 W Cal-Irvine 16 Athens, GA 5-15-83 4-5 L Southern Methodist 8 Athens, GA 5-12-84 5-18-85 5-19-85 5-17-86 5-18-86 5-15-87 5-16-87 5-21-88 5-20-89 5-15-92 5-13-94 5-5-95 5-6-95 5-10-96 5-9-97 5-10-97 5-15-98 5-15-99 5-16-99 5-13-00 5-14-00 5-10-03 5-11-03 5-15-04 5-16-04 5-22-04 5-23-04 5-14-05 5-15-05 5-13-06 5-14-06 5-11-07 5-13-07

4-5 L 5-1 W 3-5 L 5-0 W 3-5 L 6-1 W 2-5 L 2-5 L 2-5 L 3-5 L 2-4 L 4-3 W 1-4 L 0-4 L 4-0 W 1-4 L 0-4 L 4-3 W 0-4 L 4-3 W 0-4 L 4-0 W 0-4 L 4-0 W 4-3 W 4-2 W 0-4 L 4-0 W 0-4 L 4-1 W 1-4 L 4-0 W 3-4 L

Stanford 16 Athens, GA Louisiana State 16 Athens, GA UCLA 8 Athens, GA Oklahoma State 16 Athens, GA Stanford 8 Athens, GA Kansas 20 Athens, GA Georgia 16 Athens, GA Kentucky 16 Athens, GA Louisiana State 16 Athens, GA Mississippi 20 Athens, GA North Carolina 46 Columbia, SC North Carolina 46 Norfolk, VA Duke 46 Norfolk, VA Duke 46 Clemson, SC North Carolina 46 Atlanta, GA Duke 46 Atlanta, GA South Carolina Richmond, VA William & Mary 64 Clemson, SC Duke 32 Clemson, SC Miami, FL 64 Baton Rouge, LA Louisiana State 32 Baton Rouge, LA Ball State 64 Champaign, IL Illinois 32 Champaign, IL Minnesota 64 Durham, NC Duke 32 Durham, NC Texas Christian 16 Tulsa, OK UCLA 8 Tulsa, OK Northwestern 64 Athens, GA Georgia 32 Athens, GA South Carolina 64 Chapel Hill, NC North Carolina 32 Chapel Hill, NC Elon 64 Winston-Salem, NC Wake Forest 32 Winston-Salem, NC

ote: Prior to the 1977 NCAA tournament, team championships were decided by the total N points scored by all players on each team. One point was awarded for each match won, singles and doubles.

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Lawson Duncan was a 1984 NCAA finalist. Rd

CLEMSON PLAYERS IN NCAA INDIVIDUAL SINGLES TOURNAMENT

Opponent

School/Seed W-L 1967

David Cooper 128 David Tate Miami W 64 Dick Dell Michigan L Jim Poling 128 Bob Lutz Southern Cal (3) L 1972 Herb Cooper 128 Jim Robbins Brigham Young L Terry Wilkins 256 Craig Dawson Navy L Bhanu Nunna 128 Desmond Early Pan American W 64 Brian Gottfried Trinity L Steve Parsons 128 Max Porkony Indiana State W 64 Eddie Dibbs Miami L 1973 Herb Cooper 256 Jack Hughes Oklahoma W 128 Bill Fisher Texas L Asif Hussain 256 Carlos Goffi Corpus Christi L Ali Akbar 256 Don Pitts DePaul W 128 Bill Ray Arizona State W 64 Vic Amaya Michigan (6) L Bhanu Nunna 256 Brian Teacher UCLA L

Score 8-6, 3-6, 6-4 8-6, 3-0 def. 6-0, 6-4 6-3, 7-5 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 6-1, 6-1 6-0, 6-2 7-6, 6-1 6-3, 6-0 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 7-5, 6-7, 6-2 6-2, 6-2 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 6-1, 6-0 6-4, 6-2


NCAA Results Records and History 1974 Asif Husain 256 Ken Daniels Miami L Bhanu Nunna 256 John Chastine Cal State-L.A. W 128 Keith Richardson App. State W 64 Gonzalo Nunez Texas L 1978 Mark Buechler 64 Bill Maze Stanford (9) L 1979 Mike Gandolfo 64 Pete Rennert Stanford (8) L 1980 Mike Gandolfo (9-16) 64 Glenn Michibota Pepperdine L Pender Murphy 64 Dave Siegler Stanford W 32 Juan Farrow SIU-Edwardsville W 16 Leif Shiras Princeton L Mark Dickson 64 Phil Lehnhoff California W 32 Blaine Willenborg UCLA W 16 Marcell Freeman UCLA W 8 Robert van’t Hof S.Cal (5) L 1981 Pender Murphy 64 Barry Nissenbaum Weber State W 32 Mike Bauer Cal-Berkeley (3) W 16 Nduka Odizor Houston L Mark Dickson (9-16) 64 Mike Balkin Northwestern W 32 Howard Sands Harvard L Jean Desdunes 64 Chip Hooper Arkansas (1) L 1982 Mark Dickson 64 Mark McMahon Notre Dame W 32 Matt Anger Southern Cal L Jean Desdunes 64 Allen Miller Georgia L Rick Rudeen 64 Jeff Robbins Utah L 1983 Rick Rudeen (9-16) 64 Joe Heldmann, Georgia L Jean Desdunes 64 Glenn Michibata, Pepperdine L 1984 Lawson Duncan (3) 64 Pat Serret Arkansas W 32 Tomm Warneke Trinity W 16 Fernando Perez LSU W 8 Jorge Lozano Southern Cal W 4 Barry Moir Auburn W 2 Michael Pernfors Georgia (4) L Rick Rudeen 64 Bruce Man Son Hing Cal-Irvine W 32 Paul Chamberlain Arizona L 1985 Richard Matuszewski 67 Royce Deppe Texas W 64 Kelly Jones Pepperdine W 32 Jeff Klaparda UCLA W 16 John Ross SMU (5) L Miguel Nido 64 Bill Stanley Harvard W 32 Dani Leal Pepperdine W 16 Dan Goldie Stanford L 1986 Kent Kinnear 64 Roger Smith Ohio State L

2-6, 6-3, 6-0 6-1, 6-1 6-3, 6-4 6-4, 6-3 6-4, 6-2 6-4, 6-4 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 6-1, 6-4 6-4, 6-3 6-3, 7-5 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 7-5, 6-3 6-4, 6-7, 6 3 6-4, 6-1 6-0, 4-6, 7-5 6-1, 6-1 6-2, 6-3 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 6-4, 6-1 6-2, 6-4 7-5, 6-0 6-2, 6-2 7-6, 2-6, 6-4 6-1, 6-2 6-1, 2-6, 6-1 6-0, 6-0 6-1, 6-4 6-4, 6-2 6-3, 6-4 6-0, 6-4 6-1, 6-4

Richard Matuszewski 64 Neil Smith Stephen F. Austin W 32 Jeff Hersh Duke W 16 Tom Mercer TCU W 8 Dan Goldie Stanford (3) L Jay Berger (2) 64 Royce Deppe Texas L Brian Page 64 Scott Melville Rice W 32 Joey Blake Arkansas L 1987 Brian Page 64 Richey Reneberg SMU L Craig Boynton 64 Felix Barrientos LSU L Kent Kinnear 64 Greg Failla Cal St.-Long Beach L 1988 Brian Page 64 Byron Tabot Tennessee L Kent Kinnear 64 Malcolm Allen San Jose State L 1989 John Sullivan 64 Martin Blackman Stanford W 32 Eric Amend Southern Cal W 16 Al Parker Georgia L Vince Van Gelderen 64 Todd Martin Northwestern W 32 Francisco Montana Georgia L 1992 Greg Seilkop 64 Michael Flanagan Stanford L 1996 Mitch Sprengelmeyer 64 Anthony Deluise Middle Tenn. St. W 32 Chris Groer Vanderbilt (8) L 1997 Mitch Sprengelmeyer (9-16) 64 Anthony Deluise Middle Tenn. St. L 2000 Josh Goffi 64 Oliver Maiberger San Diego St. L 2005 Nathan Thompson 64 Jamil Al-Agba Southern Cal L 2006 Clement Reix 64 Matt Baccarani Ball State W 32 Harel Srugo Old Dominion W 16 Luigi D’Agord Miami (FL) (3) W 8 KC Corkery Stanford L

6-2, 7-6 6-0, 6-4 7-6, 1-6, 7-6 6-4, 6-0 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 7-5, 6-2 3-6, 6-1, 7-5 6-4, 6-2 7-6, 6-7, 7-5 7-6, 6-1 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 6-3, 6-2 6-1, 6-4 6-7, 7-5, 6-1 5-7, 6-3, 7-6 6-4, 6-7, 6-2 0-6, 6-2, 7-5 6-2, 4-1 ret. 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 6-3,7-6 7-5, 6-3 7-5, 2-6, 7-5 6-4, 6-4 6-3, 6-4 6-2, 6-4 7-5, 6-2

6-2, 6-4 7-5, 3-2, ret. 6-2, 7-5 6-3, 6-4 1-6, 6-2, 6-3 4-6, 7-5, 6-4 6-4, 7-5 6-3, 6-2 6-1, 6-3 6-1, 6-4

In 1986, Richard Matuszewski advanced to the NCAA round of Eight. He was an All-American in both singles and doubles in 1985 and 1986.

In 2006 Clement Reix advanced to the NCAA Round of Eight. Reix defeated a third seeded player in the round of 16.

Mitch Sprengelmeyer played in the 1996 and 1997 NCAA Singles Tournament.

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NCAA Results Records and History

CLEMSON PLAYERS IN NCAA INDIVIDUAL DOUBLES TOURNAMENT

Name CU Seed Rnd Opponent

Team/Seed W-L 1967 Cooper-Poling 64 Reid-Wilson North Texas State L 1972 Nunna-Parsons 128 Fisher Groslimond (6) Stanford L Cooper-Wilkins 64 Hardie-Vann (8) SMU L 1973 Nunna-Husain 128 Genois-Ortiz Florida State W 64 McCarthy-Craig South Carolina W 32 Nelson-Whaling Texas L Cooper-Akbar 64 Courson-Lomax Texas A&M L 1974 Nunna-Husain 128 Edwards-Shrader UC-Santa Barbara L 1978 Gandolfo-Loder 32 Mitchell-Wright Stanford (2) L 1979 Gandolfo-Buechler 32 Delaney-Turpin SMU W 16 Van’t Hof-Knapp L 1980 Gandolfo-Buechler 37 Hooper-Fess Arkansas L Dickson-Murphy 32 Mayotte-Arons Stanford L 1981 Desdunes-Cooper 37 Lutz-Smith Cal-Davis W 32 Odizor-Dowlen Houston L Dickson-Murphy 32 Gallien-Van Nostrand Pepperdine W 16 Davis-Willenborg UCLA (1) W 8 Mangan-Rogers Georgia L 1982 Desdunes-Cooper 37 Perry-Perlmutter Rollins W 32 Corse-Bondurant, Stanford L 1983 Rudeen-Desdunes 32 Luters-Chamberlin Arizona W 16 Doohan-Serret Arkansas (4) L Akel-Cooper 32 Steyn-Badenhorst Miami W 16 Saad-Smith Wichita State (1) L 1985 Matuszewski-Walters (3) 32 Kreger-Davidson Swarthmore W 16 Bishop-Kruger SMU W 8 Beckman-Deppe Texas L Berger-Nido 32 Rive-Roper Florida State W 16 Grabb-Letts Stanford L 1986 Frooman-Page 32 McEnroe-Letts Stanford L Berger-Kinnear 35 Connor-Scott Oklahoma State W 32 Kures-Nahirney UCLA L Matuszewski-Walters (3) 32 Sharton-Filer Michigan L

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Score 7-5, 6-1 7-6, 6-2 6-3, 6-3 6-2, 7-6 6-2, 6-2 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 6-3, 6-7, 6-2 6-2, 7-6 6-3, 6-2 Default 6-3, 6-4 7-6, 6-7, 6-2 6-3, 6-2 6-2, 6-1 6-3, 6-3 6-0, 6-4 7-5, 6-2 6-3, 6-4 7-6, 6-3 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 1-6, 7-6, 6-2 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 7-5, 6-4 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 6-3 6-4, 6-3 7-6, 6-2 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 7-6, 6-4 6-7, 6-3, 6-3 6-3, 7-5 6-1, 6-0 7-5, 7-6

1987 Frooman-Page 32 Barham-Yates Cal-Irvine L Boynton-Sullivan 32 Flowers-Hunt Cal-Berkeley W 16 Holt-Taylor Florida W 8 Kinnear-Van Gelderen Clemson L Van Gelderen-Kinnear 32 Kaplan-Kronemann Cal-Irvine W 16 Cannon-Talbot Tennessee W 8 Boynton-Sullivan Clemson W 4 Leach-Melville Southern Cal (3) L 1988 Page-Sullivan 33 Green-Pelt, Rollins W 32 Kaplan-Luben Cal-Irvine L Kinnear-Van Gelderen 32 Garnett-Rhoney S.W. Louisiana L 1989 Van Gelderen-Watkins 32 Jung-Jung Nebraska W 16 Benson-Malik Kentucky W 8 Kaplan-Lubner Cal-Irvine L Sullivan-Watson 32 Barber-Quinney UCLA L 1990 Casey-Guillou 32 Bowyer-Entzel Utah W 16 Jensen-Parker Georgia (5-8) L 1992 Lampert-Seilkop 32 Hulse-Potter Kentucky W 16 Ekerot-Lanyi Southern Cal L 1993 Lampert-Wild 32 Goodarz-Hopkinson Kentucky (2) W 16 Pesola-Wesbrooks LSU L 1995 Salazar-Sprengelmeyer 32 Robinson-Roditi TCU (1) L 1996 Li-Sprengelmeyer 32 Giers-Juinio Fresno State L 1997 Li-Sprengelmeyer 32 Hemeda-Jacque Georgia L 1999 Bellagamba-Goffi 32 Guyuak-Tintori South Florida L 2000 Goffi-Knight 32 Franklin-Oliver Illinois L 2003 N. Thompson-Jenkins 32 Acuna-Hansen Pepperdine L 2004 N. Thompson-Jenkins 32 Briaud-Veress California (5-8) W 16 Atas-Wurtzman Ohio State W 8 Barker-Barker Rice (1) W 4 Corkery-Warburg Stanford (5-8) L 2006 Reix-Jenkins 32 Born-Siljestrom Middle Tenn. St. L

7-6, 6-1 7-5, 7-5 4-6, 7-6, 6-1 6-4, 6-4 6-4, 7-5 2-6, 7-6, 7-6 6-4, 6-4 7-6, 6-1 6-2, 7-5 6-2, 7-6 6-4, 6-1 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 7-5, 6-2 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 6-4, 7-6 6-3, 7-6 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 6-3, 6-4 6-1, 6-4 6-3,3-6,6-3 6-3,6-7,6-1 6-4,6-4 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 6--4, 7-6 6-4, 6-4 6-1, 6-7, 7-6 6-4, 6-2


Former Clemson Coaches Records and History

Les Longshore 1959-1962 Longshore led the Tigers to a third place finish in the ACC in 1959 and a 9-5 mark during his first year. He led the Tigers to a 14-1 mark overall in 1962 and coached the Tigers’ Bobby Burns who finished with a 60-11 record in singles and a 23-5 mark in doubles play. Both marks are first on the Clemson career list for best percentage. Longshore had a 26-31 record at Clemson.

P.B Holtzendorff (1927) Holtzendorff was the first tennis coach in 1927. He led the Tigers to a 2-5-1 record. He was best known as the Tigers’ men’s swimming coach in 1927-1948 and director of the YMCA program at Clemson. He led the Tiger swimmers to a Southern Conference Championship in 1939. Clemson won the Southern Conference titles in boxing and basketball that same year. Hoke Sloan 1929-1958 The one man who could truly be called the father of Clemson tennis is Hoke Sloan, after whom the varsity tennis center is named. Sloan gave the money that made the facility that the Tigers play on today possible. Coach Sloan was born in Pendleton in 1896. He grew up in Clemson. He attended Clemson and played tennis for the Tigers in 1915. He transfered and graduated from Auburn in 1917. His tennis days started at the city courts while he was a teenager and would continue throughout his entire live. Hoke served in the Navy during WWI and then returned to Clemson to start a tennis club in 1919. He became coach of the Tiger tennis program in 1929. He worked as a volunteer, and he was never paid for his work with the student-athletes until Frank Howard becamed the football coach in 1940. Coach Sloan would drive his own car on many of the team trips. The program was completely non-scholarship in those days and most of the tennis players were playing others sports as well. There were two courts at a park in downtown Clemson that were primarily used for practice and matches. Clemson’s first varsity courts were clay and were located behind Fike Field House. The ACC was formed in 1953 and Clemson started competing in the conference immediatedly. Sloan was known as a very kind a capable teacher of the game of tennis. He had a life long love affair for the game and for all of his players. He was also a merchant and realtor in downtown Clemson. Sloan was a great fundraiser for IPTAY as well, and he and Red Richie would travel the backroads of South Carolina to search out every possible Clemson fan for contributions. He signed up nearly everyone he got to talk to as few could refuse his salemanship and charm when he spoke of athletics at Clemson and the school’s great heritage and traditions. In 1957, a year before his retirement, he coached the team to a 14-3 record and a third-place finish in the ACC. After his retire ment in 1958, he continued to coach and teach as the director of tennis at Camp Carolina in Brevard, NC. He gave nearly 40 years of service to Clemson as a volunteer and an employee. Overall, Sloan had a 164-129-4 record during his Clemson tenure. Sloan passed away on December 22, 1979.

Duane Bruley 1963-1973 Bruley Led the Tigers to their first Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in 1969 with a 16-0 mark. He served as the head coach for 11 seasons. He earned his BS from Wisconsin, his MS from Stanford and his PHD in chemical engineering from Tennessee. He served as professor of chemical engineering at Clemson. Bruley had a 145-42 record at Clemson.

Bill Beckwith 1974-1975 Beckwith served as an assistant coach for the Tigers from 1964 through the 1973 seasons and head coach in 1974-1975. During his college career, he played for the Univeristy of Dubuque and Iowa State. He earned a BS degree in chemical engineering from Iowa State in 1957 and earned both his MS and PHD degrees there as well. He was a professor in the chemical engineering department at Clemson. Beckwith had a 21-23 record during his two years as a head coach.

Chuck Kriese 1976-2008 Chuck Kriese was Clemson’s coach in 1975-2008. He finished his Clemson career with a 685419 career record in 33 years at Clemson. He is also the all-time winningest coach in the ACC for total wins (685) and league victories (166).   Under Kriese in the NCAA Tournament, Clemson reached the Final Sixteen 12 times, and the Final Eight seven times. Clemson had a total of 16 top 25 seasons under Kriese. He led the Tigers to 10 ACC championships. Kriese was named National Coach-of-the-Year three times, regional Coach-of-the-Year five times and ACC Coach-of-the Year six times. Over the years, 20 Tigers won 34 All-America honors under Kriese.    

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Starting Lineups Records and History

1910 Victor Higgins, SR James Erwin, FR 1911 James Erwin, SO John Caldwell, JR 1912 James Erwin, JR, State Singles Champ John Caldwell, SR John Erwin, SO 1913 James Erwin, SR State Singles Champ Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Champion in Singles and Doubles John Erwin, JR Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Champion in Doubles 1914 John Erwin, SR Robert Thornton, JR 1915 William Blake, SR Robert Thornton, SR Hoke Sloan, SO 1916 P.C. Bangs, SO Allen Haskell, SO 1917 Allen Haskell, JR State Champions, Doubles Julian Robertson, JR State Champions, Doubles 1918 Allen Haskell, SR, State Champions, Doubles Julian Robertson, SR, State Champions, Doubles No Team

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1920 Joseph Miller, SR Manning Black, SR James Fitsgerald, SR Note: Between 1910 and 1920, a tournament was played on campus and players that won this tournament in singles and doubles represented Clemson in the State and Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournaments. The first dual match was held in 1921. 1921 (1-0 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bill Hines, SR Doubles 1. Hines-St. Johns 1922 (0-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Jim Gray, JR 2. Bill Grier, JR Doubles 1. Gray and Grier

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1923 (4-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bill Grier, SR 2. Jim Gray, SR 3. Dan Sanftleben, SO 4. Abe Fitzgerald, JR Doubles 1. Fitzgerald-Santfieben 2. Grier-Gray 1924 (1-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Abe Fitzgerald, SR 2. Dan Sanftleben, JR 3. Paul Stoney, JR 4. Ed Goodale, JR Doubles 1. Sanftleben-Fitzgerald 2. Stoney-Goodale 1925 (2-5-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Dan Sanftleben SR 2. Ed Goodale, SR 3. Paul Stoney, SR 4. John Thrower, SR Doubles 1. Goodale-Stoney 2. Sanftleben-Thrower 1926 (1-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. Walter Heller, SR 2. Bill Marvin, SO 3. John Mundy, SO 4. Alexander Wylie, SO Doubles 1. Heller-Marvin 2. Mundy-Wylie 1927 (3-3-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bill Marvin, JR 2. Fred Cullum, SR 2. Bill McKemie, SR 3. John Mundy, JR Doubles 1. Collum-Marvin 2. McKemie-Wylie 1928 No Team 1929 (0-6-2 OVERALL) Singles 1. Everette Johnson, SR 2. Robert McCarley, JR 3. Billy Kline, SR 4. Calvert Doubles 1. McCarley-Johnson 2. Calvert-Kline, Kline-Redfern 1930 (7-4-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Ed Howle, SO 2. Walton Lipscomb, SO 3. Robert McCarley SR 4. Oliver Bennett, SO 5. Henry Asbill, JR 6. A.S. Jay Doubles 1. Howell-Lipscomb 2. Bennett-McCarley 3. Asbill-Jay

1931 (2-6 OVERALL) Singles 1. Walton Lipscomb, JR 2. Ed Howle, JR 3. Oliver Bennett, JR 4. J.B. Elliott, JR 5. Marshall Hall, JR 6. Cornelius Earnhardt, SO Doubles 1.Lipscomb-Howle 2.Lipscomb-Bennett 3. Asbill-Jay 1932 and 1933 No Teams 1934 (9-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Tate Horton, SO 2. Henry Woodward, JR 3. Bob Spann, JR 4. Phil Latimer, SR 5. J.B. Elliott, JR 6. Ben Greene, SR Doubles 1. Horton-Woodward 2. Spann-Elliott 3. Latimer-Greene 1935 (8-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Henry Woodward, SR 2. Tate Horton, JR 3. Bob Spann, SR 4. Sandy Campbell, FR 5. Mac Calhoun, JR 6. James Geer, JR Doubles 1. Horton-Woodward 2. Spann-Cambell 3. Geer-Welling LaGrone

Doubles 1. Bagnal and Holtzendorff 2. Wade and King 1940 (14-5 OVERALL) Singles 1. Hobie Holtzendorff, JR 2. Henry Bagnal, SR 3. W.E. Baker, JR 4. Howard Burnett, SO 5. William Wade, SR 6. Robert King, SR Doubles 1. Holtzendorff-Burnett 2. Bagnal-Baker 3. Wade-King 1941 (9-7 OVERALL) Singles 1. Hobie Holtzendorff, SR 2. Howard Burnett, JR 3. Bucky Goudelock, FR 4. Robert Kay, SO 5. John Edwards, SR 6. Walt Graham, SO Doubles 1. Holtzendorff-Burnette 2. Goudelock-Kay 3. Chetum-Milford

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1942 (7-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Howard Burnett, SR 2. Robert Kay, JR 3. Lee Milford, JR 4. Bucky Goudelock, SO 5. Roy Bobo, SO 6. R. G. Wadell, SO Doubles 1. Burnett-Milford 2. Bobo-Kay 3. Webb-Jackson

1937 (4-7 OVERALL) Singles 1. Welling LaGrone, SR 2. Bill Mitchell, JR 3. Sandy Campbell, JR 4. Bo Hudgens, JR 5. Mac Calhoun, SR 6. Frank Arnold, JR Doubles 1. LaGrone-Campbell 2. Mitchell-Arnold

1943 (4-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Robert Kay, SR 2. Bucky Goudelock, JR 3. Eddie Webb, JR 4. Linton Holtzendorf, JR 5. Walt Graham, SR 6. John McCarthy, SR Doubles 1. Kay-Goudelock 2. Walters-Holtzendorf

1938 (6-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bill Mitchell, SR 2. Sandy Campbell, SR 3. Henry Bagnel, SO 4. William Wade, SO 5. John Bolt, SR 6. Robert King, SO Doubles 1. Mitchell-Bagnel 2. Campbell-Wade 1939 (9-6 OVERALL) Singles 1. Henry Bagnal, JR 2. Hobie Holtzendorff, SO 3. William Wade, JR 4. Robert King, JR 5. George Irby, JR

1944 and 1945 No Teams 1946 (7-5 OVERALL) Singles 1. Wilbur Greyard, JR 2. Dan Warther 3. Frank Cartwright, SO 4. Richard Watson 5. Tommy Thornhill, SO 6. Edwin Rhyne Doubles 1. Greyard-Warter 2. Watson-Cartwright 3. Rhyne-Thornhill


Starting Lineups Records and History 1947 (9-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. Lamar Judy, JR 2. Roy Bobo, SR 3. George Murray, JR 4. Hank Walker, JR 5. Bill Cook, JR 6. Tommy Thornhill, JR Doubles 1. Walker-Murray 2. Bobo-Cook 3. Judy-Thornhill 1948 (9-8 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bill Cook, SR 2. George Murray, SR 3. Hank Walker, SR 4. Bill Wannaker, JR 5. Tommy Thornhill, SR 6. Harry Merritt, SO Doubles 1. Walker-Murray 2. Cook-Wannaker 3. Calvert-Lipton 1949 (3-8-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Harry Merritt, JR 2. Bill McMillan, SO 3. Harold Littlejohn, JR 4. Lewis Calvert, SR 5. Carroll LeGrand, SO 6. Joe Black, JR Doubles 1. McMillian-Legrand 2. Calvert-Littlejohn 3. Black-Clancy 1950 (6-7 OVERALL) Singles 1. Claire Draper, SO 2. Glenn Smith, JR 3. Harold Littlejohn, SR 4. Harry Merritt, JR 5. Carroll Legrand, JR 6. Hoover Neel, JR Doubles 1. Draper-Littlejohn 2. Neal-Smith 3. Merritt-Legrand 1951 (7-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Claire Draper, JR 2. Glenn Smith, SR 3. Bill McMillian, SR 4. Bill Asnip, SO 5. Bud Coleman, SO 6. Louis Seaborn, SO Doubles 1. Draper-Smith 2. McMillian-Asnip 3. Coleman-Seaborn 1952 (10-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Claire Draper, SR 2. Bill Asnip, JR 3. Paul Langford 4. Gene Moxley, SO 5. Bud Coleman, JR 6. Louis Seaborn, JR

Doubles 1. Draper-Langford 2. Asnip-Moxley 3. Stokes-Seaborn 1953 (7-5 OVERALL) Singles 1. Louis Seaborn, SR 2. Maung Khin Si, SO 3. Gene Moxley, JR 4. Bud Coleman, SR 5. Ralph McCormick, SO 6. Chandler Kinsey, JR Doubles 1. Si-Seaborn 2. Moxley-Ralph Howard, SR 3. Rembert Stokes, SR-Harold Owens, SR 1954 (4-8 OVERALL) Singles 1. Maung Khin Si, JR 2. Gene Moxley, SR 3. Dick James, JR 4. Phil Nickles, SR 5. Bill Seabrook, JR 6. Chandler Kinsey, JR Doubles 1. Si-James 2. Moxley-Lander, JR 3. Kinsey-Seabrook 1955 (5-10 OVERALL) Singles 1. Maung Aye, SR 2. Maung Khin Si, SR 3. Chris Theos, SO 4. Eddie Scarpa, SO 5. Terry Wise, SO 6. Angus Lander, SR Doubles 1. Aye-Si 2. Scarpa-Lander 3. Mitchell (SO)-Wise 1956 (6-8 OVERALL) Singles 1. Don Mitchell, JR 2. Terry Wise, JR 3. Chris Theos, JR 4. Eddie Scarpa, JR 5. George Norris, SO 6. Kit Mathews, JR Doubles 1. Mitchell-Theos 2. Wise-Scarpa 3. Norris-Mathews 1957 (10-3 OVERALL) Singles 1. Eddie Scarpa, SR 2. Chris Theos, SR 3. Nick Carter, SO 4. Kit Mathews, SR 5. Don Mitchell, SR 6. Lenaire Bryant, SO Doubles 1. Scarpa-Paul Callaway 2. Carter-Mathews 3. Mitchell-Theos 1958 (2-7 OVERALL) Singles 1. Sonny Sumner, FR 2. Mohamed Nasim, JR

3. Lanier Bryant, JR 4. Bill Cooper, SO 5. Terry Wise, SR 6. Bobby Lynn, SO Doubles 1. Sumner-Nasim 2. Bryant-Wise 3. Lynn-Cooper Vickers-Cooper Vickers-Lynn 1959 (9-5 OVERALL) Singles 1. Sonny Sumner, SO 2. Mohamed Nasim, SR 3. Bob Burns, SO 4. Bill Cooper, JR 5. Lanier Bryant, SR 6. Jack Weir, JR Doubles 1. Sumner-Nasim 2. Cooper-Burns 3. Weir-Bryant 1960 (3-12 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bob Burns, JR 2. Bill Cooper, SR 3. Bobby Lynn, SR 4. John Nutt, SR 5. Tommy James, SO 6. Francis Holyrod, SR Doubles 1. Burns-Cooper 2. Bobby Doyon, JR-James 3. Lynn Nutt 1961 (0-13 OVERALL) Singles 1. Roy Strickland, SO 2. George Christopher, SO 3. Bobby Doyon, SR 4. Tommy James, JR 5. Tommy Cooper, SO 6. Bill Moore, SO Wingate Sikes, JR Doubles 1. Strickland-Christopher 2. Doyon-James 3. Cooper-Sikes 1962 (14-1 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bob Burns, SR 2. Doug Stewart, SO 3. Malloy Evans, SO 4. Roy Strickland, 5. Dick Pregnall, SO 6. George Christopher, JR Doubles 1. Burns-Stewart 2. Evans -Christopher 3. Craft-Pregnall 1963 (11-2 OVERALL) Singles 1. Doug Stewart, JR 2. Malloy Evans, JR 3. Eddie Crow, SO 4. James Ledbetter, SO 5. Dick Pregnall, JR 6. Fred Craft, JR Doubles 1. Stewart-Evans 2. Crow-Ledbetter 3. Pregnall-Craft

1964 (9-8 OVERALL) Singles 1. Doug Stwart, SR 2. Malloy Evans, SR 3. Eddie Crow, JR 4. Tom Long, SO 5. James Ledbetter, JR 6. Dick Pregnall, SR Doubles 1. Cooper-Keladis 2. Wilkins-Reynolds 3. Shelton-Poling 1965 (14-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. Zulfi Rahim, SO 2. Tom Long, JR 3. Sammy Smithyman, SO 4. Dikran Ornekian, SO 5. Eddie Crow, SR 6. James Ledbetter, SR Doubles 1. Rahim-Long 2. Smithyman-Ornekian 3. Ledbetter-Crow 1966 (11-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. Zulfi Rahim, JR 2. Tom Long, SR 3. Sammy Smithyman, JR 4. Dikran Ornekian, JR 5. Perry Reynolds, SO 6. David Wilkins, SO Doubles 1. Rahim-Long 2. Smithyman-Wilkins 3. Reynolds-Sibert 1967 (16-2 OVERALL) Singles 1. Zulfi Rahim, SR 2. David Cooper, SO 3. Sammy Smithyman, SR 4. Jim Poling, SO 5. Perry Reynolds, JR 6. David Wilkins, JR Doubles 1. Rahim-Cooper 2. Wilkins-Smithyman 3. Sibert-Reynolds 1968 (12-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. David Cooper, JR 2. Edgar Shelton, FR 3. Nick Keladis, FR 4. David Wilkins, SR 5. McClellan Bond, SO 6. Jim Poling, JR Doubles 1. Cooper-Keladis 2. Wilkins-Reynolds 3. Shelton-Poling 1969 (16-0 OVERALL) Singles 1. David Cooper, SR 2. Nick Keladis, SO 3. Sarfraz Rahim, SO 4. Jim Poling, SR 5. Gordon Hebert, JR 6. Edgar Shelton, SO

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Starting Lineups Records and History Doubles 1. Cooper-Poling 2. Keladis-Rahim 3. Hebert-Shelton 1970 (15-2 OVERALL) Singles 1. Sarfraz Rahim, JR 2. Nick Keladis, JR 3. Eddie Shelton, JR 4. Steve Parson, FR 5. Arthur Abbott, SR 6. Terry Wilkins, SO Doubles 1. Shelton-Parson 2. Keladis-Rahim 3. Wilkins-Maggiore 1971 (15-4 OVERALL) Singles 1. Nick Kelaidis, SR 2. Steve Parsons, SO 3. Eddie Shelton, SR 4. Bhanu Nunna, FR 5. Sarfraz Rahim, SR 6. Herb Cooper, FR Doubles 1. Shelton-Parsons 2. Rahim-Nunna 3. Kelaidis-Cooper 1972 (14-6 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bhanu Nunna, SO 2. Steve Parsons, JR 3. Herb Cooper, SO 4. Mike Oppenheim, FR 5. Terry Wilkins, SR 6. Larry Maggiore, JR Doubles 1. Nunna-Cooper 2. Parson-Wilkins 3. Maggiore-Oppenheim 1973 (12-6 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bhanu Nunna, JR 2. Herb Cooper, JR 3. Asif Husain, JR 4. Ali Akbar, JR 5. Howie Orlin, FR 6. Larry Maggiore, SR Doubles 1. Nunna-Husain 2. Cooper-Orlin 3. Akbar-Maggiore 1974 (14-9 OVERALL) Singles 1. Bhanu Nunna, SR 2. Herb Cooper, SR 3. Ali Akbar, SR 4. Asif Husain, SR 5. Stefan Laporte, SO 6. Pike Rowley, SO Doubles 1. Nunna-Husain 2. Cooper-Akbar 3. Rowley-Laporte 1975 (7-14 OVERALL) Singles 1. Fernando Mayetto, SO 11-12 2. Pike Rowley, JR 11-12

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3. Stephan LaPorte, JR 10-13 4. Ward Snyder, SO 10-13 5. Howie Orlin, JR 10-10 6. Steve Vaughan SO 6-14 Doubles 1. Maynetto-Vaughan 2. Laporte-Snyder 3. Rowley-Orlin 1976 (17-18 OVERALL, 1-5 ACC) Singles 1. F. Maynetto, JR (27) 13-17 2. Steve Vaughan, JR (28) 15-16 3. Bengt Ronnerman, FR (21) 8-16 4. Stephan Laporte, SR (24) 9-15 5. Pike Rowley, SR (27) 16-14 6. Ward Snyder, JR (19) 11-11 Doubles 1. Maynetto-Vaughan, (25) 12-14 2. Laporte-Howie Orlin, SR (20) 11-11 3. Rowley-Snyder, (21) 14-10 1977 (21-18 OVERALL, 1-5 ACC) Singles 1. F. Maynetto, SR (33) 24-15 2. Steve Vaughan, SR (33) 14-22 3. Mark Buechler, FR (31) 20-16 4. Mike Gandolfo, FR (30) 19-14 5. Dick Milford, FR (33) 23-13 6. David Loder FR (23) 11-15 Doubles 1. Maynetto-Vaughan, (29) 23-12 2. Buechler-Gandolfo, (27) 15-16 3. Milford-Loder, (22) 18-7 1978 (18-12 OVERALL, 3-3 ACC) Singles 1. Mark Buechler, SO (30) 16-18 2. Mike Gandolfo, SO (28) 19-12 3. Pender Murphy, FR (28) 19-12 4. David Loder, SO (29) 17-15 5. Dick Milford, SO (23) 11-15 6. David Thies, FR (30) 25-8 Doubles 1. Buechler-Murphy (28) 21-10 2. Loder-Gandolfo (24) 20-13 3. Thies-Milford (25) 16-11 1979 (24-7 OVERALL, 6-0 ACC) Singles 1. Mike Gandolfo, JR (29) 28-10 2. Mark Buechler, JR (29) 23-9 3. Pender Murphy, JR (29) 20-14 4. Mark Dickson, FR (29) 23-8 5. Dick Milford, JR (30) 20-13 6. Max Gainer, FR (22) 14-10 Doubles 1. Gandolfo-Buechler, (27) 25-7 2. Murphy-Dickson, (25) 19-8 3. Milford-Gainer, (14) 8-8 1980 (32-5 OVERALL, 6-0 ACC) Singles 1. Mike Gandolfo, SR (29) 27-11 2. Mark Dickson, SO (37) 42-7 3. Pender Murphy, JR (37) 35-8 4. Mark Buechler, SR (35) 30-8 5. Jean Desdunes, FR (32) 31-4 6. Mitch Mitchell, JR (39) 21-21 Doubles 1. Gandolfo-Buechler, (26) 20-10 2. Dickson-Murphy, (32) 29-7 3. Desdunes-Dick Milford, SR (19) 20-2

1981 (30-7 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. Mark Dickson, JR (28) 30-13 2. Pender Murphy, SR (37) 39-17 3. Jean Desdunes, SO (39) 38-14 4. Richard Akel, FR (36) 29-13 5. Rick Rudeen, FR (40) 34-9 6. Peter Pristach, SO (33) 23-13 Doubles 1. Dickson-Murphy, (19) 15-7 2. Desdunes-G.Cooper, FR (31) 30-6 3. Rudeen-Akel, (22) 15-10 1982 (24-10 OVERALL, 6-1 ACC) Singles 1. Mark Dickson, SR (32) 33-14 2. Jean Desdunes JR (32) 47-19 3. Rick Rudeen SO (34) 49-14 4. Richard Akel, SO (26) 25-20 5. Mark Herrington, FR (22) 17-22 6. Miguel Nido, FR (30) 35-14 Doubles 1. Desdunes-G. Cooper, SO (31) 28-10 2. Dickson-Akel, (16) 15-4 3. Nido-Rudeen, (20) 16-7 1983 (29-11 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. Rick Rudeen, JR (38) 48-27 2. Richard Akel, JR (32) 31-29 3. Jean Desdunes, SR (37) 41-29 4. Miguel Nido, SO (39) 41-20 5. Andy Krantz, JR (39) 28-16 6. Richard Matuszewski, FR (39)26-13 Doubles 1. Akel-Greg Cooper, JR (14) 29-10 2. Desdunes-Rudeen, (33) 37-20 3. Krantz-Nido, (33) 28-8 1984 (27-9 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. Lawson Duncan, FR (36) 70-14 2. Rick Rudeen, SR (34) 41-23 3. Miguel Nido, JR (34) 38-18 4. Andy Krantz, SR (32) 29-21 5. R. Matuszewski, SO (36) 50-22 6. Brandon Walters, FR (23) 38-11 Doubles 1. Krantz-Greg Cooper, SR (16) 13-8 2. Nido-Walters, (19) 16-8 3. Rudeen-Matt Frooman, SO (15) 13-5 1985 (24-12 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. Miguel Nido, SR (33) 38-23 2. Richard Matuszewski, JR (35) 49-32 3. Brandon Walters, SO (32) 47-22 4. Jay Berger, FR (33) 57-11 5. Brian Page, FR (34) 37-27 6. Joe DeFoor, FR (29) 32-18 Doubles 1. Matuszewski-Walters, (27) 52-13 2. Nido-Berger, (27) 30-11 3. DeFoor-Kent Kinnear, FR (14) 11-6 1986 (31-7 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. Jay Berger, SO (33) 34-11 2. Richard Matuszewski, SR (36) 41-17 3. Brian Page, (33) SO 36-22 4. Kent Kinnear, (32) SO 38-21 5. Craig Boynton, (34) JR 29-13 6. Brandon Walters (28) JR 30-17

Doubles 1. Matuszewski-Walters, (27) 24-14 2. Page-Matt Frooman, JR (26) 27-9 3. Boynton-Joe Defoor, SR (26) 28-7 Berger-Kinnear, (15) 20-4 1987 (19-14 OVERALL, 6-0 ACC) Singles 1. Brian Page, JR (31) 18-23 2. Craig Boynton, SR (33) 31-14 3. Kent Kinnear, JR (29) 33-17 4. Vince Van Gelderen SO (33) 29-14 5. John Sullivan, SO (29) 28-17 6. Todd Watkins, FR (20) 14-15 Doubles 1. Page-Matt Frooman, SR (20) 12-14 2. Van Gelderen-Kinnear, (20) 23-5 3. Boynton-Sullivan, (22) 18-11 1988 (22-9 OVERALL, 6-1 ACC) Singles 1. Brian Page, SR (30) 31-21 2. Kent Kinnear, SR (31) 32-22 3. John Sullivan, JR (29) 34-15 4. Vince Van Gelderen, JR (30) 26-16 5. Brandon Walters, SR (28) 34-12 6. Todd Watkins, SO (16) 19-16 Doubles 1. Kinnear-Van Gelderen (24) 30-11 2. Page-Sullivan (17) 22-7 3. Walters-Watkins (12) 12-3 1989 (25-12 OVERALL, 7-0 ACC) Singles 1. John Sullivan, SR (33) 38-13 2. Vince Van Gelderen, SR (33) 31-21 3. Todd Watkins, JR (32) 20-25 4. Owen Casey, JR (30) 21-15 5. Greg Seilkop, FR (33) 28-17 6. Michael Watson, SO (34) 25-21 Doubles 1. Sullivan-Watson (27) 18-10 2. Van Gelderen-Todd Watkins, JR (28) 28-10 3. Casey-Chris Munnerlyn, SO (26) 22-4 1990 (16-18 OVERALL, 6-1 ACC) Singles 1. Owen Casey, SR (28) 20-13 2. Nicklas Johansson, JR (32) 13-23 3. Greg Seilkop, SO (31) 20-18 4. Chris Munnerlyn, JR (19) 11-14 5. George Lampert, FR (33) 20-18 6. Michael Watson, JR (21) 17-11 Doubles 1. Casey-J.L. Guillou, FR (15) 13-4 2. Munnerlyn-T. Watkins, SR (8)11-3 3. Seilkop-Watson, (17) 12-5 1991 (14-14 OVERALL, 6-1 ACC) Singles 1. Greg Seilkop, JR (27) 24-17 2. Chris Munnerlyn, SR (25) 20-19 3. George Lampert, SO (27) 24-14 4. Nicklas Johansson, SR (27) 12-21 5. Ron Davis, FR (23) 15-17 6. Mike Williams, SO (27) 21-19 Doubles 1. Munnerlyn-Lampert, (19) 18-10 2. Seilkop-Williams, (22) 21-10 3. Johansson-R. Mirza, JR (14) 10-4


Starting Lineups Records and History 1992 (15-11 OVERALL, 5-3 ACC) Singles 1. Greg Seilkop, SR (24) 25-20 2. George Lampert, JR (25) 18-17 3. Mike WIlliams, SO (26) 14-21 4. Frank Salazar, FR (26) 23-15 5. Bryan Twente, SO (22) 16-20 6. Bas Wild, FR (10) 10-5 Doubles 1. Lampert-Seilkop, (19) 19-12 2. Salazar-Williams, (20) 10-13 3. Tom Herb, FR-Cris Robinson, FR, (8) 5-3 1993 (9-20 OVERALL, 3-5 ACC) Singles 1. George Lampert, SR (27) 15-22 2. Bas Wild, SO (25) 18-20 3. Tom Herb, SO (27) 20-24 4. Frank Salazar, SO (29) 11-22 5. Mike Baker, FR (20) 10-17 6. Cris Robinson, SO (28) 18-22 Doubles 1. Lampert-Wild, (21) 20-11 2. Salazar-Robinson, (13) 8-8 3. Herb-Reyes, (21) 22-15 1994 (21-12 OVERALL, 5-3 ACC) Singles 1. Bas Wild, JR (33) 19-21 2. Cris Robinson, JR (29) 18-21 3. Mitch Spingelmeyer, FR (33) 25-15 4. Mike Williams, SR (28) 32-14 5. Charly Rasheed, FR (23) 26-10 6. Frank Salazar, JR (24) 13-16 Doubles 1. Wild-Williams, (16) 11-5 2. Reyner-Robinson, (13) 9-4 3. Salazar-Sprengelmeyer, (30) 23-7 1995 (21-12 OVERALL, 6-2 ACC) Singles 1. Chris Angell, SR (31) 25-19 2. Mitch Sprengelmeyer, SO (26) 2416 3. Bruce Li, FR (32) 38-13 4. Frank Salazar, SR (31) 29-13 5. Cris Robinson, SR (31) 28-14 6. Charly Rahseed, SO (25) 20-20 Doubles 1. Salazar-Sprengelmeyer (23) 14-10 2. Angell-Li (30) 19-13 3. Rasheed-Robinson (21) 12-8 1996 (12-12 OVERALL, 5-3 ACC) Singles 1. Mitch Sprengelmeyer, JR (23) 30-13 2. Bruce Li, SO (22) 25-16 3. Ryan Bauer, SO (22) 18-19 4. Richard Reyes, JR (21) 26-22 5. Luis Garcia, FR (21) 21-26 6. Ken Wasserman, FR (24) 26-27 Doubles 1. Sprengelmeyer-Li (23) 29-12 2. Reyes-Bauer (21) 10-13 3. Wasserman-Garcia (11) 11-6 1997 (20-11 OVERALL, 6-2 ACC) Singles 1. Mitch Sprengelmeyer, SR (26) 36-7 2. Bruce Li, JR (27) 21-14 3. Ken Wasserman, SO (30) 21-22 4. Theo Neto, FR (23) 15-16 5. Pablo Bellagamba, SO (29) 25-17

6. Ryan Bauer, JR (29) 23-18 Doubles 1. Sprengelmeyer-Li (28) 26-8 2. Bauer-Bellagamba (26) 16-16 3. Wasserman-Neto (19) 15-16 1998 (11-18 OVERALL, 3-5 ACC) Singles 1. Bruce Li, SR (25) 16-17 2. Pablo Bellagamba, SO (27) 13-21 3. Josh Goffi, FR (25) 16-19 4. Brad Emendorfer, FR (28) 21-16 5. Darren Knight, FR (28) 25-19 6. Joey Hopke, FR (27) 20-19 Doubles 1. Bellagamba-LI (18) 10-8 2. Emendorfer-Knight (21) 10-11 3. Sandon Barth, SO-Goffi (19) 10-10 1999 (21-12 OVERALL, 6-2 ACC) Singles 1. Ryan Bauer, SR (30) 21-24 2. Pablo Bellagamba, SR (30) 23-16 3. Josh Goffi, SO (32) 31-19 4. Tomasz Boniecki, JR (25) 29-12 5. Luis Garcia, JR (31) 28-17 6. Brad Emendorfer, SO (28) 23-20 Doubles 1. Bellagamba-Goffi (23) 21-12 2. Bauer-Garcia (24) 21-13 3. Gojanovic-Boniecki (12) 9-6 2000 (18-17 OVERALL, 5-3 ACC) Singles 1. Josh Goffi, JR (26) 22-15 2. Tomasz Boniecki, SR (30) 29-7 3. Luis Garcia, SR (32) 20-17 4. Brad Emendorfer, JR (28) 15-24 5. Marko Gojanovic, SO (30) 20-15 6. Micah Thompson, FR (23) 12-13 Doubles 1. Goffi-Darren Knight, SO (28) 28-15 2. Boniecki-Gojanovic (23) 15-8 3. Sandon Barth, JR-Eric Cohn, FR (25) 17-8 2001 (8-20 OVERALL, 2-6 ACC) Singles 1. Josh Goffi, SR (17) 15-17 2. Brad Emendorfer, SR (20) 15-27 3. Marko Gojanovic, JR (24) 23-24 4. Lee Taylor Walker, FR (23) 17-23 5. Micah Thompson, SO (24) 13-19 6. Darren Knight, SR (16) 5-13 Doubles 1. Goffi-Gojanovic (14) 9-5 2. Knight-Emendorfer (12) 5-7 3. Walker-Eric Cohn, SO (11) 3-8 2002 (11-18 OVERALL, 3-5 ACC) Singles 1. Marko Gojanovic, SR (29) 7-22 2. Jamin Thompson, JR (21) 7-14 3. Goran Sterijovski, JR (26) 12-14 4. Micah Thompson, JR (18) 9-13 5. Sander Koning, FR (26) 23-10 6. Nathan Thompson, FR (21) 13-8 Doubles 1. Gojanovic-N. Thompson (18) 10-10 2. Damiisa Robinson (SO)-Sterijovski (20) 14-6 3. M. Thompson-Koning (9) 4-8

2003 (25-11 OVERALL, 6-2 ACC) Singles 1. Nathan Thompson, SO (33) 19-17 2. Sander Koning, SO (28) 27-9 3. Jarmaine Jenkins,FR (32) 27-8 4. John Boetsch, FR (27) 19-12 5. Damiisa Robinson, JR (32) 26-9 6. Ash Misquith, JR (23) 17-7 Doubles 1. N. Thompson-Jenkins (30) 22-12 2. Robinson-Misquith (15) 13-5 3. Koning-Brett Twente (18) 12-6 2004 (26-12 OVERALL, 4-4 ACC) Singles 1. Nathan Thompson, JR (31) 22-19 2. Goran Sterijovski, SR (35) 20-18 3. Jarmaine Jenkins,SO (32) 21-17 4. John Boetsch, SR (31) 24-8 5. Damiisa Robinson, SR (22) 17-8 6. Ryan Young, FR (32) 24-9 Doubles 1. N. Thompson-Jenkins (31) 23-20 2. Boetsch-Robinson (15) 10-5 3. Young-Brett Twente (13) 11-4 2005 (25-11 OVERALL , 6-4 ACC) Singles 1. Nathan Thompson, SR (28) 24-10 2. Sander Koning, JR (31) 21-10 3. Clement Reix, SO (33) 22-16 4. Ryan Young, SO (36) 28-8 5. Brett Twente, JR (32) 15-17 6. Clint Boling, FR (23) 14-9 Doubles 1. N. Thompson-Young (23) 16-7 2. Koning-Reix (16) 12-4 3. Cook (FR)-Twente (10) 2-8 2006 (25-12 OVERALL , 5-6 ACC) Singles 1. Sander Koning, SR (30) 25-13 2. Clement Reix, JR (33) 33-8 3. Jarmaine Jenkins, JR (27) 18-15 4. Ryan Young, JR (31) 25-14 5. Clint Boling, SO (23) 20-12 6. Brett Twente, SR (30) 27-9 Doubles 1. Jenkins-Reix (19) 10-9 2. Koning-Young (13) 8-5 3. Koenke (FR)-Twente (14) 5-9 2007 (25-12 OVERALL , 5-6 ACC) Singles 1. Clement Reix, SR (37) 26-17 2. Jarmaine Jenkins, SR (35) 26-13 3. Ryan Young, SR (39) 34-9 4. Rok Bizjak, FR (35) 33-6 5. Carlos Alvarez, FR (39) 31-8 6. Kevin Fleck, SO (24) 19-10 Doubles 1. Reix-Young (37) 26-11 2. Fleck-Jenkins (21) 14-7 3. Alvarez-Bizjak (23) 15-8

Mitch Sprengelmeyer and Bruce Li played number-one doubles for the Tigers in 1996 and 1997. 2008 (15-20 OVERALL, 1-10 ACC) Singles 1. Carlos Alvarez, SO (32) 19-15 2. Gera Boryachinskiy, SO (33) 19-21 3. Kevin Fleck, JR (35) 20-22 4. Ike Belk, JR (35) 17-23 5. Derek DiFazio (27) 19-19 6. Kevin Galloway (26) 19-16 Doubles 1. Belk-DiFazio (14) 7-8 2. Alvarez-Fleck (23) 14-9 3. Boryachinskiy-Galloway (27) 16-11 2009 (11-13 OVERALL, 3-8 ACC) Singles 1. Carlos Alvarez, JR (22) 11-17 2. Rok Bizjak, JR (21) 13-16 3. Gera Boryachinskiy, JR (19) 12-15 4. Kevin Galloway (24) 17-14 5. Kevin Fleck, SR (23) 14-14 6. Ike Belk, SR (19) 17-10 Doubles 1. Alvarez-Bizjak (10) 3-11 2. Boryachinskiy-Moran (6) 3-3 3. Belk-Fleck (11) 7-6 Note: Number in parenthesis indicates number of dual matches started.

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Chronological History Records and History November 11, 1911--James Erwin defeated Grier of Erskine three sets to one in claiming the State Intercollegiate Tournament held at Spartanburg, SC. November, 1912--James Erwin defeated Wingate Waring of South Carolina 6-0, 6-1, 6-2 to claim the State Intercollegiate Tournament. May, 1913--James Erwin won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) Singles Tournament. He along with his brother John Erwin won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) Doubles Tournament. October 21, 1916--Julian Robertson and Allen Haskell won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in doubles. October 19, 1917--Julian Robertson and Allen Haskell won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in doubles for the second year in a row. April 28, 1921—Clemson defeated Wofford 2-0 at Spartanburg, SC in the first dual match ever for the Tigers. May, 7 1921--The Tigers’ Bill Hines defeated W.M. Holcombe of Wofford in the finals and won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in singles held at Spartanburg, SC. April 29, 1922—Wofford defeated Clemson 2-1 in the first ever home dual meet for the Tigers. May 6, 1922--Clemson’s Jim Grey defeated won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in singles held at Greenville, SC May 5, 1923--The Tigers’ Jim Grey won the Sate Intercollegiate Tournament in singles held at Clemson, SC. Grey and Fitzgerald won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in doubles. May 10, 1923--Clemson defeated Olgethorpe in Atlanta, GA 4-1 to wrap up the season and finish the year with a 4-1 record. April 1, 1929--Hoke Sloan coached his first match as the Clemson Head Coach in a 6-0 loss to Davidson at Clemson, SC.

April 8, 1930--Hoke Sloan won his first match as head coach of the Tigers with a 8-1 win over Erskine in Due West, SC. May 5, 1930--Clemson defeated The Citadel 5-2 in Clemson, SC to win the final five matches of the season and the Tigers finished the year with a 7-4-1 record overall. May 11, 1934--The Tigers defeated the College of Charleston 8-1 in Charleston, SC. The Tigers finished the year with a 9-1 record. May 18, 1934--Clemson’s Tate Horton won the State Intercollegiate Tournament in singles in Greenville, SC April 6, 1935--Clemson defeated Mississippi State in the season opener and went on to win nine matches against three losses that season. May 18, 1935--Tate Horton and Henry Woodward won the State Intercollegiate Doubles Tournament at Clemson, SC. May 6, 1940--The Tigers defeated Mercer at Clemson, SC, 4-3. This was the 14th victory for the Tigers that season, and it set the record for the most wins in a season. The Tigers would not win this many matches in a season until the 1962 campaign. April 30, 1951--Clemson defeated Furman 8-1 and finished the year with a 7-1 record overall. May 8, 1952--The Tigers defeated Wofford 5-4 at Spartanburg to finish the year with a 10-1 record overall. Including the 1951 season, Clemson had a 17-2 record in the two years. Including the last two matches of the 1951 season, and the first eight matches of the 1952 season, the Tigers had a 10-match winning streak. April 1, 1954--Clemson played its first Atlantic Coast Conference match and lost to South Carolina 5-4 in Columbia. April 20, 1954--The Tigers played and lost to Maryland 6-3 in its first Atlantic Coast Conference match played at Clemson, SC. April 26, 1954--Clemson won its first ever Atlantic Coast Conference match win a 5-4 win over South Carolina at Clemson, SC. April 27, 1954--The Tigers won their first Atlantic Coast Conference road match with a 6-3 win over Wake Forest. May 4, 1958--Head Coach Hoke Sloan coached his last match at Clemson in a 5-4 loss to South Carolina in Columbia, SC. His coaching career spanned over a 29 year period. May 5, 1962--Clemson defeated Virginia 8-1 at Clemson, SC to finish the season with a 14-1 record overall and a 5-1 mark in the ACC. April 27, 1963--The Tigers lost to North Carolina 8-1, but finished the year with a 11-2 record overall and a 6-1 record in league play. In 1962 and 1963, Clemson had a 25-3 record in the two seasons. Clemson was 11-2 in the ACC during that time.

Hoke Sloan addresses the 1938 Tigers.

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April 27, 1965--Clemson defeated Duke 9-0 at Clemson, SC as the Tigers won their 14th match of the season. Clemson finished the year with a

14-4 record and a 5-2 mark in the ACC. June 12-17, 1967—Clemson finished tied for 26th in the NCAA Tennis Championships held in Carbondale, IL. April 19, 1969—Clemson defeated N.C. State 9-0 in Raleigh, NC as the Tigers completed an undefeated season, 16-0. May 8-10, 1969-Clemson won the ACC Championship for the first time in history. The Tigers won the tournament with 65 points, three ahead of North Carolina’s 62. May 12,1971—Clemson defeated Duke 6-0 in the last regular season and ACC match for the Tigers this season. With the victory, Clemson won the ACC regular season championship. June 18-23, 1973-The Tigers placed 22nd in the 1973 NCAA Tennis Championships held in Princeton, NJ. June 17-22, 1974-Clemson finished tied for 35th in the NCAA Championships, at Los Angeles, CA. August 10, 1975-Chuck Kriese is named Head Coach. April 13-15, 1979—Clemson’s Mike Gandolfo was named ACC Player-of-the-Year at the ACC tournament. May 25, 1979-The Tigers reached the final 16 in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson lost to Southern Methodist 5-0. Clemson finished the season ranked 15th in the country. Feb. 16-Apr. 23, 1980--Pender Murphy won a Clemson-record 29 consecutive singles matches, a record that stands today. He won 26 of the 29 in straight sets. The streak stopped in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Athens, GA when he ran into a poll in the University of Georgia Indoor factility and had to retire. April 18-20, 1980-Clemson won the ACC Championship. The Tigers’ Mike Gandolfo was named ACC Player-of-the-Year for the second season in a row. Coach Chuck Kriese was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year. May 19-26, 1980—The Tigers reached the final eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Princeton 5-4 on May 19, and lost to Stanford 7-2 on May 20. Mike Gandolfo and Mark Dickson were named All-Americans in singles, while Pender Murphy was named an All-American in Singles and Doubles. Mark Dickson reached the Final Eight in the NCAA Singles Individual tournament. Mike Gandolfo was named the ITCA Senior Player-ofthe-Year. Clemson finished the season ranked eighth in the country. April 17-19, 1981--Clemson won the ACC Championships at Clemson, SC. May 16-24, 1981—The Tigers reached the final eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Miami (FL) 6-3 on May 16, and lost to Southern Cal, on May 17. Mark Dickson and Pender Murphy


Chronological History Records and History were named All-Americans in both Singles and Doubles. Mark Dickson finished the season ranked tied for third in the country in singles play. Clemson finished the season ranked seventh in the country. May 20, 1981—Chuck Kriese was named 1981 ITCA National Coach-of-the- Year. Kriese earned Coach-of-the-Year honors following a vote of the NCAA tennis coaches throughout the nation. He was the first Clemson coachin any sport to be named national Coach of the Year. September 9, 1981-Chuck Kriese was named 1981 United States Tennis Association National Coach-of-the-Year. February 6, 1982-Clemson defeated the nation’s top team for the first time ever in men’s tennis in a 5-4 win over UCLA. Clemson was ranked #6 heading into the match that was played at Los Angeles, CA. May 15-23,1982-The Tigers reached the final eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Arkansas 5-4, on May 15, and lost to Southern Methodist 5-4 on May 16. In Clemson’s 5-4 win over Arkansas, the Tigers swept the doubles play. Mark Dickson and Jean Desdunes were named All-Americans in singles play. Mark Dickson finished the season ranked 13th in the country in singles play. Dickson was also named the ITCA Senior

Player-of-the-Year. Clemson finished the season ranked seventh in the country. April 15-17, 1983-Clemson won the ACC Championship, in Atlanta, GA. May 14-22, 1983-The Tigers reached the final eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson won over Cal Irvine, 7-2 on May 14, but lost to Southern Methodist 5-4 on May 15. Rick Rudeen and Jean Desdunes were named All-Americans in singles. The doubles team of Richard Akel and Craig Cooper finished the season ranked 11th in the country. Desdunes was named ITCA Senior Player-of-the-Year. Clemson finished the season ranked ninth in the country. April 20-22, 1984-Clemson won the ACC Championships in College Park, MD. May 12-20, 1984-The Tigers reached the final 16 in the 100th annual NCAA Tournament in the team championships in Athens, GA. Clemson lost to Stanford 5-4, on May 12. Clemson’s Lawson Duncan was a NCAA Singles Tournament finalist. Duncan lost to Georgia’s Michael Pernfors 6-1, 6-4 in the championship match on May 20. This match was played in front of 4,017 spectators. Time for this match was one hour, 25 minutes. Lawson Duncan was named All-American in singles play, and finished the season ranked fourth in the country in singles. He was also

named the ITCA Rookie-of-the-Year. Clemson finished the season ranked 10th in the country. February 10, 1985—Clemson’s Brandon Walters and Richard Matuszewski won the ITCA National Indoor Intercollegiate Doubles Championships. This was the first National Championship victory in Clemson Tennis history. The Tigers defeated Steve Couch and Gerald Marzenell of Houston 7-6, 6-3. May 18-20, 1985—Clemson won the ACC Championships in Chapel, Hill, NC. May 18-26, 1985—The Tigers reached the Final Eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Louisiana State, 5-1, on May 18, but lost to UCLA 5-3 on May 19. Miguel Nido was named All-American in singles, while Richard Matuszewski was named All-American in both singles and doubles. Brandon Walters was named All-American in doubles. The doubles team of Richard Matuszewski and Brandon Walters finished the season ranked fourth in the country. Clemson finished the season ranked eighth in the country. February 20, 1986-Clemson reached an alltime best #2 ranking in the ITA poll for the first time ever. March 22, 1986-Clemson defeated #1 Pepperdine by an incredible 8-1 score in a match played at Malibu, CA.

The 1971 team won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season title by posting a 7-0 record against conference foes.

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Chronological History Records and History April 17-19, 1986—Clemson won the ACC Championship at Raleigh, NC. Chuck Kriese was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year. May 17-25, 1986—The Tigers reached the Final Eight in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Oklahoma State, 5-0 on May 17, but lost to Stanford 5-3, on May 18. Richard Matuszewski reached the Final Eight in the NCAA Singles Individual tournament. Jay Berger was named All-American in singles and Richard Matuszewski was named All-American in singles and doubles. Richard Matuszewski finished the season ranked 12th while teammate Jay Berger finished 13th in the country in singles play. The doubles team of Richard Matuszewski and Brandon Walters finished the season ranked eighth in the country. Chuck Kriese was named USTA National Coachof-the-Year. Clemson finished the season ranked fifth in the country. April, 1987—Clemson won the ACC Championship. The tournament was cancelled due to rain. The Tigers were declared champions by virtue of the regular season. May 15-23, 1987--The Tigers reached the final 16 in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson defeated Kansas 5-0 on May 15, and lost to Georgia 5-2 on May 16. The doubles team of Vince Van Gelderen and Kent Kinnear reached the Final Four in the NCAA Doubles Individual tournament. Craig Boynton, Kent Kinnear, John Sullivan, and Vince Van Gelderen were named All-American in doubles. The doubles team of Kent Kinnear and Vince Van Gelderen finished the season ranked seventh in the country. Clemson finished the season ranked 14th in the country.

April 21-23,1988—Clemson won the ACC Championship in Winston-Salem, NC. Kent Kinnear was named the ACC Player-of-theYear. Chuck Kriese was named ACC Coachof-the-Year. May 20-28, 1988-The Tigers reached the final 16 in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. Clemson lost to Kentucky 5-2, on May 21. Clemson finished the season ranked 10th in the country.

Feb. 12, 1994—Head Coach Chuck Kriese won his 400th career match in a 4-3 win over Indiana at Bloomington, IN. May 13, 1994—North Carolina defeated Clemson 4-2 in the NCAA Region II Tournament in Columbia, SC. May 5, 1995—Clemson defeated North Carolina 4-3 in the first round of the NCAA Region II Tournament in Norfolk, VA.

April 21-23, 1989--Clemson won the ACC Championship at Clemson, SC. The Tigers defeated North Carolina in the Championship match on April 23, 8-1. Clemson clinched the match in only 63 minutes. John Sullivan was named the ACC Player-of-the-Year. Chuck Kriese was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year.

May 6, 1995—Duke defeated Clemson in the semifinals of the NCAA Region II Tournament in Norfolk, VA.

May 19-28,1989—The Tigers reached the final 16 in the NCAA Tournament in the team championships. The Tigers lost to LSU, 5-2 on May 20. Todd Watkins and Vince Van Gelderen were named All-Americans in doubles. John Sullivan finished the season ranked 12th in the country in singles play. Clemson finished the season ranked 13th in the country.

April 18-20, 1997-Clemson defeated Wake Forest (4-0), Florida State (4-2) and Duke 4-3 in winning the 1997 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Championship in Norcross, GA. The victory over 12th ranked Duke was Chuck Kriese’s 100th career win over a top 20 team.

May 15 & 17, 1991—Clemson defeated Duke on March 15, and Cal-Irvine on March 17 by the identical score of 5-4 in consecutive matches. In each match, the Tigers were behind 4-2, and Clemson had to win all three doubles matches to claim the victory. May 15, 1992—Mississippi defeated Clemson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. May 27, 1992—Clemson finished 20th in the final ITA poll.

May 10, 1996—Duke defeated Clemson in the semifinals of the NCAA Region II Tournament at Clemson, SC.

April 20, 1997—Bruce Li won the clinching match at number two singles over Duke’s Alberto Brause in leading Clemson to the 1997 Atlantic Coast Conference men’s Championship. Li was named the ACC Tournament’s MVP April 23, 1997-Mitch Sprengelmeyer was named the 1997 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Player-of-the-Year. Head Coach Chuck Kriese was named the ACC Coach-of-the-Year. May 9-10, 1997-Clemson defeated North Carolina but lost to Duke in the NCAA Region II Tennis Tournament at Atlanta, GA.

The 1997 Tigers won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship. The School’s 11th, the 10th under Coach Kriese.

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Chronological History Records and History May 22, 1997- Mitch Sprengelmeyer won the ITA Senior Player-of-the-Year and the John Van Nostrand Memorial Award (senior having the most potential for a professional tennis career). He is the first player in history to win both awards in the same year. Sprengelmeyer was named a singles All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and finished the season ranked 19th by the ITA. May 28, 1997-Clemson finished the season ranked 19th as a team. In singles, Mitch Sprengelmeyer finished 19th. The doubles team of Sprengelmeyer and Li finished the season ranked 23rd. May 5, 1998-South Carolina defeated Clemson in the first round of the NCAA Region II Tournament in Richmond, VA. April 10, 1999-Head Coach Chuck Kriese wins 500th career match with a 5-2 victory over UNC. May 13, 2000 -Clemson began play in the NCAA Tournament for the 19th time in the past 21 seasons. On that day the Tigers defeated a top 25 Miami, FL team, 4-3. April 19-22, 2001-Clemson made a run in the ACC Tournament Championship. The Tigers downed NC State, North Carolina, and Virginia before losing to third-ranked Duke in the finals. September 2, 2002 - ACC 50th-Anniversary Team announced. Clemson leads the way with 15 selections, the most in the conference and the most selections for Clemson in any sport. January 26, 2003 - Clemson defeated sixthranked Georgia by a count of 4-3 at home. The Tigers improve to 4-0 against 6th-ranked teams at home. May 15, 2004--The Tigers defeated Minnesota 4-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Durham, NC. May 15, 2004--Clemson upset sixth-ranked Duke 4-3 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at Durham, NC. May 22, 2004--Clemson defeated TCU 4-2 in the NCA A Round of 16 at Tulsa, OK. May 24, 2004-UCLA defeated the Tigers 4-0 in the NCAA Round of Eight at Tulsa, OK. Feb. 18, 2005--Clemson defeated Tennessee Tech 7-0. This was Head Coach Chuck Kriese’s 600th career win. It also came against his Alma Mater. March 19, 2005--Clemson won at ninth-ranked Southern Cal by a 4-3 score. It was Clemson’s first win at Southern Cal and Clemson’s first top 10 road win since a victory at eighth-ranked Miami (FL) in 1992. April 21, 2005--Nathan Thompson was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year. May 10, 2005--Nathan Thompson was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) Ted Farnsworth Senior Player of the Year for the

Brandon Walters and Richard Matuszewski won the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Doubles Championship in 1985. Mideast Region.

May 14, 2005--Clemson defeated Northwestern 4-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. May 15, 2005--Georgia defeated Clemson 4-0 in Athens, GA in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. March 13, 2006--Clemson defeated Arizona State 5-2 in Arizona for the program’s 1,000th all-time victory. May 13, 2006--Clemson defeated South Carolina 4-1 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Chapel Hill, NC. May 14, 2006--North Carolina defeated the Tigers 4-1 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Chapel Hill, NC.

May 11, 2007--Clemson defeated Elon 4-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in WinstonSalem, NC. May 12, 2007--Wake Forest defeated Clemson 4-3 at Winston-Salem, NC in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. November 2, 2007--Clemson Men’s Tennis Coach Chuck Kriese announced that the 2008 season will be his final year leading the Tiger program. He will retire from the position in August of 2008 after 33 seasons as head coach.

July 7, 2008-- Chuck McCuen, who has served as an assistant men’s tennis coach at Clemson for six seasons, was named Head Tennis Coach. Jan. 24, 2009--Clemson’s Head Coach Chuck McCuen won his first match at Clemson with a 7-0 victory over the Citadel at Clemson, SC.

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Stars From The Past Records and History JAY BERGER 1985-86 Plantation, FL • 1986 All-American, Singles • Third on the Clemson career list for best winning pct. in singles play with a .805 mark. • Berger had a career record of 91-22 in two years of play • 1985 ACC Champion, No. 4 singles, No. 2 doubles • 1988 Member of the U.S. Davis Cup team • In 1989, Berger reached the quarterfinals at both the French Open and the US Open. • Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary

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JARMAINE JENKINS 2003-04, 2006-07 College Park, GA • 2004 All-American, Doubles • 2004 All-ACC

CRAIG BOYNTON 1985-87 Tampa, FL • 1987 All-American, Doubles • 1987 All-ACC

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JEAN DESDUNES 1980-83 Miami, FL 1983 All-American, Singles 1984 All-American, Singles 1983 ITA Senior Player-of-The Year Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team Inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame in 2009

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KENT KINNEAR 1985-88 Greenwood, IN 1987 All-American in doubles 1988 ACC Tourn. MVP 1985 ACC Champion, No. 3 Doubles 1988 ACC Champion, No. 2 Singles 1988 ACC Champion, No. 2 Doubles Seventh on the Clemson career list for most singles wins with 127 Eighth on the Tigers career list for most doubles wins with 111 Named to the ACC 50th Anniverary Team

BRUCE LI 1995-98, West Hempstead, NY • 1996 All-American, Doubles • 1995, 1997, 1998 All-ACC • 1996 ACC Champion, #1 Doubles

MARK DICKSON 1979-82 Tampa, FL • Inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame in 1999 • 1982 ITA Senior Player-of-the-Year • 1980 All-American, singles • 1981 All-American, singles and doubles • 1982 All-American, singles • Sixth on the Clemson career list for most wins in singles play with 128 victories • Tenth on the Clemson career list for best winning pct. in singles play (.753) • Second on the school’s record list for best set winning pct. LAWSON DUNCAN 1984 Cullowhee, NC 1984 Finalist, NCAA Singles 1984 All-American ITCA Rookie-of-the-Year Second on the Clemson career list for best winning pct. in singles play with a .833 mark. Duncan had a 70- 14 record in 1984 Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

MIKE GANDOLFO 1977-80, Lakeland, FL 1980 ITA Senior Player-of-the-Year 1980 All-American, Singles Clemson’s first-ever All-American Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team 1979 & 1980 ACC Tournament MVP 1979 & 1980 ACC Champion, #1Singles

RICHARD MATUSZEWSKI 1983-86 Hopewell Junction, NY • Won the Van Nostrand Memorial Award, given annually to the senior player in collegiate tennis who shows the most promise to succeed as a professional. • Four-time All-American • All-American in singles and doubles in 1985 and 1986 • Second on the Clemson career list for most singles victories with 166 Fourth on Clemson career list for most doubles victories, 125 1983 ACC Champion No. 6 singles Inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame in 2001

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Stars From The Past Records and History PENDER MURPHY 1978-81 Charlotte, NC • Four-Time All-American • All-American in singles and doubles, 1980 and 1981 • 1980 ACC Champion, No. 3 singles • Ninth on the Clemson career list for most singles wins with 120 • Sixth on the Tigers career list for most doubles wins with 119 • Holds Clemson record for consecutive singles wins with 29 in 1980 • Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

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MIGUEL NIDO 1982-85 Isla Verde, Puerto Rico 1985 All-American, Singles 1984 ACC Champion, #3 Singles 1984 & 1985 ACC Champion, #2 Doubles 1984 & 1985 All-ACC

CLEMENT REIX 2004-07 Amiens, France • All-American in singles, 2006 • Reached the Quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Tournament in 2006 • All-ACC in 2006 and 2007

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RICK RUDEEN 1981-84 Tampa, FL 1983 All-American, Singles 1982 ACC Champion, #3 Singles 1981 ACC Champion, #5 Singles 1984 All-ACC

MITCH SPRENGELMEYER 1993-97 Florence, SC • All-American in singles, 1997 • All-American in doubles, 1996 • 1997 ACC Champion, No. 4 Singles • 1997 ACC Player-of-the-Year • 1995 and 1996 ACC Champion, No. 1 Doubles • Tenth on the Clemson career list for most singles wins with 115 • Eighth on the school’s career list for most doubles wins with 112 • Won the ITA Senior Player-of-the-Year Award and the Van Nostrand Memorial Award. He is the first player ever to win both of these awards • Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

NATHAN THOMPSON 2002-05 Baltimore, MD • 2004 All-American, Doubles • 2005 ACC Player-of-the-Year • 2004 & 2005 All-ACC

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VINCE VAN GELDEREN 1986-89 Monwickendam, Holland 1987 All-American, Doubles 1989 All-American, Doubles 1989 ACC Champion, #2 Singles 1988 ACC Champion, #2 Doubles Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

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BRANDON WALTERS 1984-88 Neptune, FL 1985 All-American, Doubles 1986 All-American, Doubles 1985 ACC Champion, #3 Singles 1984 ACC Champion, #6 Singles 1985 ACC Champion, #1 Doubles 1984 ACC Champion, #2 Doubles 1984 All-ACC Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

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JOHN SULLIVAN 1986-89 Rockville Center, NY 1987 All-American, Doubles 1989 All-American, Singles 1989 ACC Champion, #1 Singles 1988 ACC Champion, #3 Singles 1988 & 1989 All-ACC Tenth on the Clemson career list for singles wins with 114 Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team

TODD WATKINS 1987-90 Largo, FL • 1989 All-American, Doubles

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All-Time Scores Records and History

4-28 2-0

1921 1-0 Overall W A Wofford

1922 0-1 Overall 4-29 1-2 L H Wofford 1923 4-1 Overall 4-17 3-0 W H Furman 4-20 0-4 L A Davidson 4-25 3-0 W H Oglethorpe 4-27 4-0 W A Fuman 5-10 4-1 W A Oglethorpe

4-12 4-17 4-19 4-22

1924 1-3 Overall 2-4 L H Furman 2-1 W A Pres. Thelogical 0-6 L A Furman 1-3 L H Wofford

3-28 4-8 4-9 4-13 4-17 4-18 4-21 4-25

1925 2-5-1 Overall 3-3 T A Furman 1-5 L A Wake Forest 1-5 L A Davidson 2-4 L H South Carolina 2-3 L A Wofford 4-2 W A South Carolina 4-2 W H Furman 2-4 L H Georgia Tech

3-31 4-13 4-22 4-23 4-30

1926 1-4 Overall 2-4 L A Wofford 0-6 L H South Carolina 4-2 W A Presbyterian 1-5 L A South Carolina 0-6 L A Georgia Tech

4-14 4-15 4-16 4-25 4-28 5-4 5-5

1927 3-3-1 Overall 3-3 T A South Carolina 6-0 W A Presbyterian 6-0 W A Erskine 6-0 W H Erskine 2-4 L H Wofford 2-4 L A Furman 1-5 L A Wofford 1928 No Team

4-1 4-18 4-19 4-20 4-24 4-27 5-3 5-4

1929 0-6-2 Overall 0-6 L H Davidson 3-3 T A South Carolina 2-4 L A Presbyterian 1-5 L A Erskine 3-3 T H Erskine 2-4 L H South Carolina 2-4 L A Wofford 0-7 L A Davidson

4-7 4-8 4-14 4-15 4-19 4-24 4-26 4-29 4-30 5-1 5-6 5-7

1930 Overall 7-4-1 3-4 L A South Carolina 8-1 W A Erskine 2-3 L A Col. of Charleston 3-3 T A Citadel 0-6 L A Emory 7-2 W H Erskine 2-4 L H South Carolina 5-1 W H Wofford 6-3 W H Furman 6-0 W H Presbyterian 5-4 W A Furman 5-2 W H Citadel

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The 1934 team had a 9-1 record. That year the Tigers won the last six matches of the season and five of those six were on the road. 3-30 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-15 4-24 4-28 5-12

1931 2-6 Overall 0-6 L A North Carolina 2-4 L A Col. of Charleston 3-4 L A Citadel 3-4 L A South Carolina 1-6 L H South Carolina 8-0 W H Erskine 5-2 W H Furman 3-4 L A Furman 1932 & 1933 No Teams

4-5 4-9 4-10 4-21 4-26 4-28 5-5 5-9 5-10 5-11

1934 9-1 Overall 6-3 W H Erskine 4-3 W A Erskine 7-0 W H Presbyterian 4-5 L H Furman 5-4 W A Furman 9-0 W A Presbyterian 5-2 W H Wofford 5-2 W A Wofford 6-3 W A South Carolina 8-1 W A Col. of Charleston

4-6 4-9 4-15 4-17 4-19 4-20 4-23 4-30 5-3 5-9 5-11

1935 8-3 Overall 5-2 W H Mississippi State 7-0 W A Presbyterian 6-3 W H Erskine 7-0 W H Presbyterian 4-5 L A Furman 6-1 W H Wofford 5-2 W A Erskine 5-4 W H Furman 3-6 L H South Carolina 3-4 L A South Carolina 7-0 W H Citadel 1936 No Team

1937 4-7 Overall 4-2 1-6 L A Ga Tech 4-3 1-6 L A Florida 4-10 2-5 L H Ga. Tech 4-12 3-6 L H Florida 4-15 2-4 L A Georgia 4-20 7-0 W A Erskine 4-22 4-3 W H Furman 4-23 7-0 W H Presbyterian 4-30 2-5 L A Furman 5-1 2-5 L A South Carolina 5-3 9-0 W A Presbyterian

3-30 4-4 4-11 4-14 4-20 4-23 4-25 4-29 5-4

1938 6-3 Overall 6-1 W H Furman 2-5 L H Presbyterian 7-2 W H Wofford 6-3 L A South Carolina 5-2 W A Furman 5-1 W A Citadel 5-2 W H Citadel 3-4 L A Presbyterian 5-4 W H South Carolina

3-30 3-31 4-1 4-4 4-6 4-8 4-12 4-13 4-15 4-19 4-20 4-23 4-27 4-30 5-5

1939 9-6 Overall 1-6 L A Florida 7-0 W A Stetson 6-1 W A Rollins 7-2 W H Albright 4-3 W A Wofford 3-4 L A Georgia 3-4 L A Furman 6-1 W H Erskine 4-3 W H Georgia 5-2 W H Furman 0-7 L H Presbyterian 6-1 W H Citadel 7-0 W A Erskine 1-6 L A Presbyterian 2-4 L H Mercer

3-27 3-28 4-3 4-4 4-6 4-8 4-10 4-13 4-16 4-17 4-18 4-23 4-25 4-27 4-29 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-7 3-26 3-29 3-31 4-1 4-3 4-4 4-10 4-11 4-14 4-15 4-18 4-22 4-23 4-28 4-30 5-1

1940 14-5 Overall 6-2 W H Rutgers 7-0 W H Boston Col. 1-5 L A Florida 7-0 W A Stetson 6-0 W A Rollins 6-1 W H Erskine 6-3 W H Emory 1-6 L H Guilford 2-4 L A Wofford 8-1 W A Erskine 6-1 W H Elon 8-0 W A N.C. State 8-1 W H N.C. State 3-4 L A Georgia 5-2 W H Emory & Henry 5-2 W H Furman 6-1 W A Furman 4-3 W H Mercer 1-6 L A South Carolina 1941 9-7 Overall 0-7 L H Kalamazoo 3-4 L A Georgia Tech 2-4 L A Auburn 2-5 L A Alabama 0-7 L A Mississippi 1-0 W A Vanderbilt 0-7 L A Georgia 5-2 W A Emory 3-6 L H Wayne 9-0 W H Boston Col. 7-0 W H Erskine 4-3 W A Wofford 6-1 W A Furman 7-0 W A Erskine 5-2 W H Wofford 5-2 W H Lenoir Rhyne


All-Time Scores Records and History

The 1940 team had a 14-5 record overall and won eight of its last 10 matches to complete the year. This team won over Rutgers and Boston College at Clemson to start the season. On the far right, P.B. Holtzendorff and Head Coach Hoke Sloan are pictured. 3-23 3-24 4-1 4-2 4-6 4-7 4-16 4-17 4-20 5-2

1942 7-3 Overall 8-1 W H Erskine 1-6 L H Presbyterian 2-5 L A Georgia Tech 3-4 L A Georgia State 5-2 W H Furman 4-3 W A Erskine 6-1 W H Col. of Charleston 6-1 W H South Carolina 4-3 W A Furman 5-2 W A South Carolina

3-23 4-13 4-17 4-28 4-29

1943 4-3 Overall 4-3 W A Erskine 8-1 W H Furman 0-9 L A Georgia Tech 3-4 L H Erskine 5-2 W A Furman 6-1 W A Col. of Charleston 1-6 L A Citadel 1944 & 1945--No Teams

3-22 4-1 4-6 4-4 4-12 4-15 4-16 4-18 4-19 4-26 4-27

1946 7-5 Overall 2-5 L H South Carolina 0-7 L H Kalamazoo 0-7 L H Davidson 1-6 L A Georgia 9-0 W H Col. of Charleston 7-0 W H Erskine 9-0 W A Furman 2-5 L A South Carolina 9-0 W A Col. of Charleston 5-2 W H Wake Forest 5-2 W H Citadel 7-0 W A Erskine

3-29 4-8 4-17 4-19 4-22 4-24 4-29 4-30 5-2

1947 9-4 Overall 4-3 W A Furman 0-7 L H Presbyterian 5-2 W H Col. of Charleston 4-5 L H Citadel 4-3 W A Wofford 7-2 W H Newberry 7-2 W H Wofford 5-1 W H Furman 6-3 W A Citadel

5-3 5-7 5-9 5-12

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A A H A

Col. of Charleston Presbyterian Erskine Erskine

1948 9-8 Overall 3-29 1-6 L A Stetson 3-30 0-7 L A Rollins 3-31 0-7 L A Florida 4-3 2-5 L A South Carolina 4-9 5-2 W A Wofford 4-12 7-0 W A Newberry 4-15 8-1 W H Wake Forest 4-16 3-4 L H South Carolina 4-17 2-5 L H Emory 4-24 2-7 L H Citadel 4-29 7-0 W A Erskine 4-30 3-4 L A Col. of Charleston 5-1 4-3 W A Citadel 5-7 5-2 W H Wofford 5-11 5-2 W H Furman 5-12 7-2 W H Erskine 5-14 7-0 W H Newberry 1949 3-8-1 Overall 3-21 5-2 W H Newberry 4-2 0-9 L H Georgia 4-6 1-8 L A Wofford 4-7 1-6 L A South Carolina 4-8 1-6 L A Citadel 4-9 0-7 L A Col. of Charleston 4-19 2-5 L H Furman 4-22 6-2 W A Erskine 4-27 6-3 W H Wofford 4-28 0-7 L H Col. of Charleston 4-30 1-6 L H Citadel 5-2 4-4 T A Newberry

3-28 3-31 4-3 4-11 4-15 4-13 4-20 4-21

1950 6-7 Overall 3-4 L A Furman 0-9 L H Col, of Charleston 4-3 W H Furman 5-4 W H Wofford 1-8 L A Citadel 3-6 L A South Carolina 6-1 W H Erskine 5-4 W H Citadel

4-25 4-28 5-2 5-4 5-16

4-5 L 1-7 L 9-0 W 7-2 W 4-5 L

H South Carolina H N.C. State A Newberry A Erskine A Wofford

3-9 3-31 4-9 4-10 4-17 4-20 4-23 4-30

1951 7-1 Overall 6-3 W H George Washington 6-3 W H Col. of Charleston 7-2 W A Erskine 6-3 W H Wofford 5-4 W H South Carolina 4-5 L A South Carolina 6-3 W H Erskine 8-1 W H Furman

4-2 4-7 4-15 4-18 4-21 4-22 4-24 4-25 4-28 5-8

1952 10-1 Overall 6-3 W A Furman 8-1 W H Erskine 8-1 W A South Carolina 4-3 W H Col. of Charleston 9-0 W A Erskine 7-2 W H South Carolina 5-4 W H Furman 6-3 W H Wofford 4-5 L H Citadel 5-4 W A Col. of Charleston 5-4 W A Wofford

3-25 4-1 4-9 4-11 4-14 4-16 4-17 4-21 4-23 4-24 4-29 4-30

1953 7-5 Overall 9-0 W H Furman 1-8 L H Sewanee 6-3 W H Col. of Charleston 3-6 L A South Carolina 5-2 W H Erskine 4-5 L H South Carolina 4-5 L H Citadel 7-2 W H Wofford 6-3 W A Furman 5-4 W H Georgia 4-3 W A Col. of Charleston 1-8 L A Citadel

4-1 4-3 4-10 4-9 4-14 4-20 4-22 4-26 4-27 5-4

4-5 L 1-8 L 0-9 L 6-3 W 3-6 L 3-6 L 4-5 L 5-4 W 6-3 W 2-7 L

A H A A H H H H A H

South Carolina Georgia Col. of Charleston Citadel Col. of Charleston Maryland Furman South Carolina Wake Forest Wofford

3-24 3-25 3-28 3-29 4-15 4-16 4-18 4-19 4-25 4-26 4-27 5-2 5-3 5-9 5-10

1955 5-10 Overall, 1-5 in the ACC 7-0 W H Erskine 4-5 L A South Carolina 1-8 L H Cornell 3-6 L H Wofford 5-4 W A Wake Forest 4-5 L A N.C. State 3-6 L H Col. of Charleston 3-6 L H South Carolina 4-5 L H Furman 0-9 L A Georgia 8-1 W H Citadel 1-8 L A Maryland 2-7 L A Virginia 7-0 W A Erskine 5-2 W A Furman

3-21 3-22 3-23 3-26 3-29 4-4 4-7 4-9 4-10 4-13 4-20 4-21 4-28 5-4

1956 6-8 Overall, 2-6 in the ACC 4-5 L A Furman 6-3 W H Erskine 6-3 W H Furman 0-9 L H Cornell 4-5 L A South Carolina 1-8 L H Virginia 1-5 L H Maryland 5-4 W A Citadel 5-4 W A Col, of Charleston 5-4 W H N.C. State 1-8 L A Duke 0-9 L A North Carolina 4-5 L H Wake Forest 5-4 W H South Carolina

1954 4-8 Overall, 2-2 in the ACC 3-22 4-5 L A Furman 3-29 8-1 W H Erskine

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3-20 3-23 3-26 3-31 4-3 4-6 4-9 4-12 4-13 4-16 4-25 4-27 4-29

1957 10-3 Overall, 4-2 in the ACC 6-3 W H Erskine 9-0 W H Wake Forest 4-5 L H Cornell 7-2 W A South Carolina 7-2 W H Col. of Charleston 0-6 L A Maryland 8-1 W H Furman 1-8 L A North Carolina 5-4 W A N.C. State 8-1 W A Wofford 9-0 W H Wofford 8-1 W H South Carolina 7-2 W A Furman

1958 2-7 Overall, 0-5 in the ACC 3-21 7-2 W A Col. of Charleston 3-22 3-6 L A Citadel 4-1 4-5 L H Cornell 4-9 3-6 L H Maryland 4-11 2-7 L A Duke 4-12 4-5 L A Wake Forest 4-17 9-0 W H Furman 4-19 1-8 L H North Carolina 5-4 4-5 L A South Carolina 5/8-10 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (T-4th) 1959 9-5 Overall, 3-2 in the ACC 3-20 6-3 W H Wake Forest 3-21 0-9 L A Presbyterian 3-23 9-0 W A Furman 3-24 5-4 W N Citadel 4-1 2-7 L H Harvard 4-2 9-0 W A Furman 4-3 7-2 W H Kalamazoo 4-10 4-5 L A Virginia 4-13 2-7 L A North Carolina 4-14 6-3 W A N.C. State 4-16 8-1 W H Wofford 4-17 7-1 W H Georgia State 4-27 2-7 L H Rollins 4-30 8-1 W H South Carolina 5/7-9 ACC Tour., at Raleigh, NC (4th)

1960 3-12 Overall, 0-6 in the ACC 3-22 0-9 L A Presbyterian 3-24 7-2 W H Furman 3-31 3-6 L A Georgia 4-1 7-2 W A Col. of Charleston 4-2 RAIN A Citadel 4-6 0-9 L H Harvard 4-8 2-7 L H Citadel 4-9 Rain H Virginia 4-12 2-7 L H Cincinnati 4-13 7-1 W A Furman 4-20 1-8 L H Citadel 4-27 3-6 L A South Carolina 4-29 3-6 L A N.C. State 4-30 0-9 L A North Carolina 5-3 3-6 L H Maryland 5-5 0-9 L A Wake Forest 5-6 1-8 L A Duke 5/12-14 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (4th) 1961 0-13 Overall, 0-7 in the ACC 3-23 0-9 L H Minnesota 3-25 0-9 L A Citadel 3-29 3-6 L A Presbyterian 3-31 4-5 L H Sewanee 4-5 3-6 L H Kalamazoo 4-7 1-8 L H Havard 4-14 3-6 L H Duke 4-15 0-9 L A N.C. State 4-17 3-6 L A Wake Forest 4-25 2-7 L H South Carolina 4-30 0-9 L H North Carolina 5-5 4-5 L A Virginia 5-7 0-6 L A Maryland 5/11-13 ACC Tour., Durham, NC (7th) 1962 14-1 Overall, 5-1 in the ACC 3-24 8-1 W H Citadel 3-29 9-0 W A South Carolina 3-30 5-4 W A Georgia 4-2 7-2 W H Harvard 4-3 6-3 W H Harvard 4-7 9-0 W H N.C. State

4-10 8-1 W A Presbyterian 4-16 9-0 W H Furman 4-18 9-0 W H Florida State 4-23 8-1 W A Rollins 4-24 9-0 W A Florida State 4-27 5-3 W A Duke * 4-28 1-8 L A North Carolina * 5-4 8-1 W H Maryland * 5-5 8-1 W H Virginia * 5/10-12 ACC Tour., Raleigh, NC (2nd) 1963 11-2 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 3-23 9-0 W H South Carolina 3-25 9-0 W H Amherst 3-29 8-1 W A Citadel 3-30 8-1 W H Duke 4-2 5-4 W H Harvard 4-3 5-4 W H Harvard 4-5 9-0 W A Wake Forest 4-6 5-0 W A N.C. State 4-8 4-5 L H Presbyterian 4-15 6-3 W A Alabama 4-17 6-3 W H Georgia 4-25 8-1 W H Furman 4-27 1-8 L H North Carolina 5/9-11 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (2nd)

3-26 3-27 3-30 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-10 4-11 4-15 4-17 4-18 4-20 4-22 4-28 5-1 5-2

1964 9-8 Overall, 5-2 in the ACC 2-6 L N1 Indiana 4-5 L A Florida State 7-1 W A Rollins 3-6 L H Harvard 4-5 L H Harvard 9-0 W H N.C. State 9-0 W H Citadel 9-0 W A South Carolina 5-4 W A Presbyterian 9-0 W H Virginia 9-0 W H Wake Foreest 4-5 L H Florida State 2-7 L A Georgia 9-0 W A Furman 7-2 W A Duke 1-8 L A North Carolina

The 1962 team finished the season with a 14-1 record overall and a 5-1 mark in the ACC. Number-one player Bobby Burns is pictured on the front row, third from the left.

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5-6 4-5 L N2 Maryland 5/7-9 ACC Tour., Durham, NC (2nd) N1-Due West, SC N2-Raleigh, NC 1965 14-4 Overall, 5-2 in the ACC 3-18 5-4 W H Tennessee 3-20 9-0 W H Furman 3-26 7-2 W A Citadel 3-27 6-3 W H Dartmouth 3-30 2-7 L A Georgia 4-1 7-2 W A Navy 4-2 4-5 L A Maryland 4-3 8-1 W A Virginia 4-7 5-4 W H Harvard 4-8 6-3 W H Harvard 4-10 8-1 W H Presbyterian 4-12 8-1 W A Wake Forest 4-13 8-1 W A N.C. State 4-15 9-0 W H Ball State 4-16 9-0 W H Slippery Rock 4-19 1-8 L H Georgia Tech 4-27 9-0 W H Duke 5-1 2-7 L H North Carolina 5/6-8 ACC Tour., Raleigh, NC (2nd) 1966 11-4 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 3-18 9-0 W H Wake Forest 3-19 5-4 W A Presbyterian 3-21 9-0 W H Citadel 3-25 5-4 W A Duke 3-26 3-6 L A North Carolina 3-29 9-0 W H Mass. Inst. of Tech 4-2 8-1 W H Virginia 4-6 4-5 L H Harvard 4-7 5-4 W H Harvard 4-9 5-4 W H Maryland 4-15 9-0 W H N.C. State 4-21 0-9 L A Georgia Tech 4-22 2-7 L A Georgia 4-23 9-0 W H South Carolina 4-28 8-1 W H Davidson 5/12-14 ACC Tour., Clemson, SC (2nd) 1967 16-2 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 3-17 8-1 W A N.C. State 3-18 9-0 W A Wake Forest 3-20 6-3 W H Dartmouth 3-22 9-0 W H Presbyterian 3-24 5-4 W H Michigan State 3-25 9-0 W H Duke 3-27 4-5 L A Rollins 3-29 9-0 W A Citadel 3-30 5-4 W A South Carolina 4-1 2-7 L H North Carolina 4-3 9-0 W H East Carolina 4-5 8-1 W H Harvard 4-8 5-4 W H Georgia 4-12 9-0 W H Furman 4-15 8-1 W A Davidson 4-16 5-4 W H Georgia Tech 5-8 9-0 W A Virginia 5-9 9-0 W A Maryland 5/11-13 ACC Tour., Durham, NC (2nd) 1968 12-4 Overall, 5-2 in the ACC 3-13 6-3 W N1 Pennsylvania 3-14 6-3 W A Rollins 3-15 0-9 L A Miami 3-18 7-2 W H Northwestern 3-21 5-4 W H Tennessee 3-23 6-3 W H Wake Forest 3-25 9-0 W A Furman 3-28 2-7 L A Georgia 3-30 4-5 L H South Carolina 4-1 9-0 W A Presbyterian 4-5 9-0 W H N.C. State


All-Time Scores Records and History 4-8 4-5 L A North Carolina 4-13 5-4 W H Maryland 4-15 8-1 W H Virginia 4-16 7-2 W H Murray State 4-20 6-3 W H Citadel 5/9-11 ACC Tour., Col. Park, MD (4th) 1969 16-0 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC 3-17 9-0 W H Virginia Tech 3-20 7-2 W H Southern Illinois 3-21 7-2 W H Tennessee 3-22 9-0 W H Duke 3-25 7-2 W H Toledo 3-28 5-4 W A South Carolina 3-29 7-2 W A Citadel 3-31 7-2 W H Illinois 4-2 7-2 W H Harvard 4-3 9-0 W H Columbia 4-5 6-3 W A Virginia 4-6 8-1 W A Maryland 4-11 5-4 W H Georgia Tech 4-12 7-2 W H North Carolina 4-18 8-0 W A Wake Forest 4-19 9-0 W A N.C. State 5/8-10 ACC Tour., Raleigh, NC (1st) 1970 15-2 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 3-6 6-3 W H Wingate 3-16 5-4 W A Presbyterian 3-17 9-0 W A Furman 3-18 7-2 W H East Stroudsburg 3-24 8-1 W H Dartmouth 3-25 8-1 W H Toledo 3-26 3-5 L N1 North Carolina 3-27 5-4 W H Virginia 3-28 9-0 W H N.C. State 3-29 8-1 W H Duke 4-2 8-1 W H Columbia 4-9 2-7 L A Georgia 4-10 5-4 W A Georgia Tech 4-13 9-0 W H South Carolina 4-14 9-0 W H Citadel 4-18 9-0 W H Wake Forest 4-19 6-3 W H Maryland 5/7-9 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (2nd)

3-19 8-1 W H Ohio State 3-22 8-1 W H Miami (OH) 3-23 6-3 W H Penn State 3-24 9-0 W H Toledo 3-26 6-3 W H Maryland 4-1 4-5 L H Wake Forest 4-2 7-2 W H Harvard 4-4 7-2 W H Wisconsin 4-6 5-4 W H Virginia 4-7 5-1 W A Duke 4-8 2-7 L A North Carolina 4-11 5-4 W H South Carolina 4-14 3-6 L A Georgia 4-17 4-5 L A Furman 4-20-23 ACC Tour., Charlottesville, VA (4th) 1973 12-6 Overall, 4-2 in the ACC 3-6 9-0 W H Wingate (Forfeit) 3-8 9-0 W H Purdue 3-9 6-2 W H East Tenn. State 3-10 5-4 W H Western Kentucky 3-15 6-3 W H Duke 3-19 2-7 L A Trinity 3-20 1-8 L A Texas 3-21 9-0 W N1 Southwestern La. 3-27 8-1 W H Presbyterian 3-29 4-5 L A Virginia 3-30 6-3 W A Maryland 4-1 5-4 W H Harvard 4-4 3-6 L A South Carolina 4-7 1-8 L H North Carolina 4-12 0-9 L H Georgia 4-14 6-3 W A Wake Forest 4-15 9-0 W A N.C. State 4-17 8-1 W H Furman 4/19-21 ACC Tour., Winston-Salem, NC (2nd)

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1974 14-9 Overall, 3-3 in the ACC 6-3 W H Appalachian State 4-5 L H Virginia 8-1 W H N.C. State 9-0 W H Penn State 8-1 W H Purdue 5-4 W H Western Kentucky

3-10 7-2 W H Swarthmore 3-18 8-1 W A Rollins 3-19 7-2 W A Florida International 3-20 1-8 L A Miami 3-21 9-0 W A Miami Dade South 3-23 6-1 W A Citadel 3-28 4-5 L A Furman 3-30 7-2 W H Wake Forest 3-31 7-2 W H Harvard 4-3 3-6 L A Georgia 4-6 5-4 W A Duke 4-7 0-9 L A North Carolina 4-9 1-8 L H Alabama 4-10 4-5 L H Florida State 4-17 3-6 L H South Carolina 4-19 7-2 W A Presbyterian 4-23 4-5 L H Maryland 4/25-28 ACC Tour., Clemson, SC (2nd) 1975 7-14 Overall, 0-6 in the ACC 3-5 9-0 W H Penn State 3-7 2-7 L H Duke 3-8 4-5 L H Western Kentucky 3-11 5-2 W H Swarthmore 3-13 4-5 L H Purdue 3-17 1-8 L A Alabama 3-19 4-5 L A Southwestern La. 3-20 2-7 L A LSU 3-21 8-1 W A Nicholls State 3-22 5-4 W A Tulane 3-25 6-0 W H Toledo 3-30 4-5 L H Harvard 3-31 3-6 L A South Carolina 4-3 7-2 W H Presbyterian 4-5 2-7 L A Wake Forest 4-6 3-6 L A N.C. State 4-8 0-9 L H North Carolina 4-9 2-5 L H Georgia 4-11 4-6 L A Virginia 4-12 0-9 L A Maryland 4-15 6-3 W H Furman 4-18-20 ACC Tour., Durham, NC (6th)

1976 17-18 Overall, 1-5 in the ACC 9-24 1-8 L H S. Carolina 9-24 9-0 W H Presbyterian 9-25 9-0 W H Furman 10-8 5-4 W N1 Duke 10-8 6-3 W N1 Furman 10-9 3-6 L A1 S.Carolina 10-9 4-5 L N1 Ga Southern 2-27 4-5 L A Presbyterian 2-28 9-0 W A Charleston 2-29 8-1 W A Citadel 3-6 7-2 W H Richmond 3-6 7-2 W H Penn State 3-7 7-2 W H Swarthmore 3-10 8-1 W H William & Mary 3-11 1-8 L H Alabama 3-12 5-4 W H Virginia 3-13 9-0 W H Illinois State 3-14 4-5 L A Flagler 3-15 9-0 W A Jacksonville 3-16 4-5 L A Fla. International 3-17 1-8 L A Miami (FL) 3-19 2-7 L N2 Kentucky 3-20 5-4 W A Florida State 3-25 8-1 W H Toledo 3-26 2-7 L H N.C. State 3-27 2-7 L H Wake Forest 3-28 3-6 L H Harvard 4-1 0-9 L A North Carolina 4-2 8-1 W A Atlantic Christian 4-4 1-8 L A Duke 4-6 9-0 W H Charleston 4-8 4-5 L H Maryland 4-10 1-8 L H South Carolina 4-12 0-9 L A Georgia 4-13 4-5 L A Furman 4/16-18 ACC Tour.,Col. Park, MD (6th) N1—South Carolina Invit., Columbia, SC N2—Winter Park, FL

1971 15-4 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC 3-9 7-2 W H Wingate 3-15 3-6 L A Miami (FL) 3-16 9-0 W N1 Yale 3-17 2-7 L A Miami (FL) 3-20 8-1 W A Citadel 3-23 9-0 W H Toledo 3-24 9-0 W H Miami (Ohio) 3-30 4-5 L H Presbyterian 4-3 8-1 W A South Carolina 4-8 6-3 W H Harvard 4-10 5-4 W H North Carolina 4-12 2-7 L H Georgia 4-15 8-1 W A Maryland 4-16 7-2 W A Virginia 4-17 5-4 W A Wake Forest 4-18 9-0 W A N.C. State 4-19 8-1 W H Furman 4-21 7-2 W H Georgia Tech 4-12 6-0 W N2 Duke 5/13-15 ACC Tour., Columbia, SC (2nd) N1-Miami, FL N2-Columbia, SC 1972 14-6 Overall, 4-2 in the ACC 3-5 9-0 W H East Tenn. State 3-7 9-0 W H N.C. State 3-11 6-3 W H Western Kentucky 3-14 8-1 W N1 Jacksonville 3-15 3-6 L N1 Pennsylvania 3-16 1-5 L A Rollins

The 1969 team finished with a perfect 16-0 record and won the school's first Atlantic Coast Conference men's tennis title.

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All-Time Scores Records and History 1977 21-18 Overall, 1-5 in the ACC 10-7 5-4 W H South Carolina 10-7 5-1 W H Alabama 10-8 5-4 W H Duke 10-8 5-0 W H Furman 10-21 3-6 L A South Carolina 10-21 4-5 L N1 Jacksonville 10-22 9-0 W N1 North Carolina 10-22 4-5 L N1 North Carolina 2-12 9-0 W H Tennessee 2-18 9-0 W A Georgia State 2-19 9-0 W A Huntington 2-19 5-4 W A Auburn 2-20 3-6 L A Alabama 2-28 7-2 W H Presbyterian 3-4 3-6 L H Duke 3-5 4-5 L H Penn State 3-6 2-7 L H Hampton Inst. 3-7 8-1 W H Swarthmore 3-8 5-4 W H UTC 3-11 0-9 L A Texas (NR-11) 3-12 5-4 W A Texas A&M 3-14 0-9 L A Trinity (NR-1) 3-15 8-1 W A Lamar 3-16 0-9 L A Pan American 3-19 1-8 L A Louisiana State 3-20 2-7 L N2 SIU-Edwardsville 3-22 9-0 W H Ohio 3-24 3-6 L H Georgia 3-26 2-7 L A N.C. State 3-27 4-5 L A Wake Forest 3-29 4-5 L H North Carolina 4-1 3-6 L A Maryland 4-2 8-1 W A Virginia 4-4 5-0 W H Citadel 4-6 5-4 W H Wisconsin 4-8 4-5 L A South Carolina 4-9 9-0 W A Charleston 4-10 9-0 W A Citadel 4-12 6-3 W H Furman 4-15-17 ACC Tour. Raleigh, NC (5th) N1—South Carolina Invitational, Columbia, SC N2—Baton Rouge, LA 1978 18-12 Overall, 3-3 in the ACC 2-6 8-1 W H Lander 2-8 9-0 W H Emory 2-11 1-8 L A Tennessee 2-13 8-1 W H USC-Sumter 2-16 7-2 W N1 Oklahoma City 2-17 7-2 W N1 Vanderbilt 2-18 2-7 L A1 Arkansas 2-19 3-6 L N1 Memphis State 2-22 9-0 W A Presbyterian 2-24 9-0 W A W. Carolina 2-25 8-1 W H Charleston 2-27 6-3 W H Auburn 3-4 4-5 L H N.C. State 3-6 9-0 W H Penn State 3-6 9-0 W H Tenn.-Chattannooga 3-10 8-1 W H Wake Forest 3-12 7-2 W H Virginia 3-14 1-8 L A S. Methodist 3-15 0-9 L A Texas Christian 3-17 1-8 L A Texas 3-20 2-7 L A Trinity 3-21 5-4 W A Texas A&M 3-22 7-2 W A Rice 3-23 4-5 L N2 Wisconsin 3-25 5-4 W A Louisiana St. 3-31 6-3 W H Maryland 4-2 3-6 L A Duke 4-3 3-6 L A North Carolina 4-6 3-6 L A Georgia 4-10 5-4 W H South Carolina 4/14-16 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (3rd) N1—Arkansas Indoor Invitational N2—Baton Rouge, LA

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1979 24-7 Overall, 6-0 in the ACC National Rank 15th NCAA Final 16 2-3 9-0 W H USC-Sumter 2-11 9-0 W A Emory 2-13 9-0 W H Limestone 2-15 7-2 W N1 Oklahoma St. 2-16 5-4 W N1 Louisiana St. (NR-12) 2-17 2-7 L N1 SIU-Edwardsville 2-18 1-8 L A1 Arkansas 2-18 6-3 W N1 Pan American (NR-18) 2-27 9-0 W H W. Carolina (17-NR) 2-28 9-0 W H Presbyterian (17-NR) 3-3 7-2 W A Wake Forest (17-NR) 3-4 8-1 W H Penn State (17-NR) 3-6 9-0 W H Swarthmore (17-NR) 3-7 7-2 W H UNC-Charlotte (17-NR) 3-10 5-4 W H Duke (17-NR) 3-12 8-1 W H St. Augustine (17-NR) 3-14 51/2-31/2 W A Rice (17-NR) 3-17 5-2 W A Pan American (17-NR) 3-18 3-6 L A Houston (17-12) 3-20 21/2-61/2 L A Texas (17-9) 3-22 8-1 W N2 Wisconsin (17-NR) 3-24 8-1 W A Louisiana St. (17-20) 3-28 6-3 W H Furman (17-NR) 3-30 5-4 W A N.C. State (17-NR) 4-1 7-2 W A Virginia (17-NR) 4-2 6-3 W A Maryland (17-NR) 4-4 61/2-21/2 W H Howard (17-NR) 4-5 6-3 W H North Carolina (17-NR) 4-9 4-5 L A South Carolina (17-NR) 4-10 3-6 L H Georgia (17-12) 4/13-15 ACC Tour. in Charlottesville, VA (2nd) 5-25 0-5 L N3 S. Methodist (17- 3) N1—Arkansas Indoor Inv. N2—Baton Rouge, LA N3—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

1980 32-5 Overall, 6-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 8th NCAA Final 8 1-18 5-4 W N1 Miami (FL) (14-16) 1-19 5-4 W A1 Vanderbilt (14-NR) 1-20 0-9 L N1 Arkansas (14-10) 2-7 4-5 L N2 S. Methodist (14-5) 2-8 6-3 W N2 Texas (14-13) 2-9 5-4 W N2 Tennessee (14-9) 2-14 5-4 W N3 Wichita State (14-NR) 2-14 6-3 W N3 SIU-Edwardsville (14-22) 2-15 5-4 W N3 Brigham Young (14-19) 2-16 2-7 L A3 Arkansas (14-10) 2-20 6-3 W H Charleston (14-NR) 2-21 8-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (14-NR) 2-26 9-0 W A Presbyterian (11-NR) 2-27 9-0 W H W. Carolina (11-NR) 3-4 9-0 W A Georgia Tech (11-NR) 3-6 9-0 W N4 N. Texas State (11-NR) 3-6 5-1 W N4 Texas Christian (11-NR) 3-7 4-5 L N4 Arkansas (11-5) 3-8 6-3 W N4 Texas A&M (11-NR) 3-10 9-0 W H Virginia (11-NR) 3-14 9-0 W H Carson Newman (11-NR) 3-15 9-0 W H Austin Peay (11-NR) 3-16 8-1 W H Maryland (11-NR) 3-17 7-2 W H Ohio (11-NR) 3-18 8-1 W H SIU-Edwardsville (11-NR) 3-21-22 Champs, Clemson Spring Classic 3-25 9-0 W H Northwestern (11-NR) 3-27 6-3 W H Florida (11-NR) 3-29 8-1 W H Wake Forest (11-NR) 4-1 6-3 W H Howard (11-NR) 4-2 5-4 W A Georgia (11-12) 4-5 9-0 W A North Carolina (11-NR) 4-6 8-1 W A Duke (11-NR) 4-10 9-0 W H Coastal Carolina (11-NR) 4-15 8-1 W A Furman (11-NR) 4/18-20 ACC Tourn., Winston-Salem, NC (1st) 4-23 7-2 W A Princeton (9-8) 5-19 5-4 W N5 Princeton (7-8) 5-20 2-7 L N5 Stanford (7-1) N1—Vanderbilt Indoor Invitational, Nashville, TN

The 1980 team posted a 32-5 overall record and a 6-0 mark in the ACC. The Tigers finished the season ranked eighth in the country.


All-Time Scores Records and History N2—National Indoors, Princeton, NJ N3—Arkansas Indoor Invitational, Fayetteville, AK N4—Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N5—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA 1981 30-7 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 7th NCAA Final 8 1-31 2-7 L A Pepperdine (6-3) 2-1 1-8 L A UCLA (6-2) 2-11 8-1 W H Lander (6-NR) 2-14 7-2 W A Texas (6-17) 2-16 5-4 W A Trinity (6-9) 2-19 6-3 W N1 Wichita State (6-NR) 2-19 4-5 L A1 Arkansas (6-5) 2-20 7-2 W N1 SIU-Edwardsville (6-NR) 2-21 8-1 W N1 Vanderbilt (6-NR) 2-22 4-5 L N1 Tennessee (6-19) 2-24 7-2 W H UNC-Charlotte (6-NR) 2-26 8-1 W H Presbyterian (6-NR) 2-28 6-3 W A Miami (FL) (6-12) 3-1 9-0 W A Florida (6-NR) 3-5 6-3 W N2 Texas A&M (6-20) 3-5 6-3 W N2 Texas Christian (6-15) 3-6 6-3 W N2 Arkansas (6-5) 3-7 4-5 L N2 Houston (6-11) 3-10 9-0 W H Howard (6-NR) 3-11 9-0 W H Old Dominion (6-NR) 3-12 7-2 W H Mississippi (6-NR) 3-14 5-4 W A Wake Forest (6-NR) 3-15 4-5 L H Southern Cal (6-4) 3-17 7-2 W A N.C. State (6-NR) 3-18 8-1 W H Austin Peay (6-NR) 3-20-21 C hamps, Clemson Spring Classic 3-23 8-1 W H Florida State ( 5-NR) 3-25 6-3 W H Princeton (5-16) 3-28 5-4 W A Virginia (5-NR) 3-29 9-0 W A Maryland (5-NR) 4-2 6-3 W A Georgia (5-9) 4-4 8-1 W H North Carolina (5-NR) 4-6 9-0 W H Georgia Tech (5-NR) 4-11 6-3 W H Duke (6-NR) 4-13 6-3 W A South Carolina (6-12) 4-15 9-0 W H Furman (6-NR) 4-17-19 ACC Tour., Clemson, SC (1st) 5-16 6-3 W N3 Miami (FL) (6-9) 5-17 3-6 L N3 Southern Cal (6-4) N1—Arkansas Indoor Invitational, Fayetteville, AK N2—Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N3—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

1-29 1-30 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-12 2-13 2-14 2-23 2-25 2-28 3-4 3-4 3-5 3-7 3-8 3-10 3-12 3-14 3-16 3-17 3-19

1982 24-10 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC National Rank 7th NCAA Final 8 7th in Nation 3-6 L A Southern Cal (6-2) 1-8 L A UCLA (6-1) 5-4 W N1 Harvard (6-NR) 1-8 L N1 S. Methodist (6-5) 5-4 W N1 UCLA (6-1) 6-3 W N1 California (6-NR) 2-7 L N2 Miami (FL) (6-10) 5-4 W N2 Pepperdine (6-3) 6-3 W N2 S. Methodist (6-5) 9-0 W H Presbyterian (6-NR) 9-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (6-NR) 8-1 W A Georgia Tech (6-NR) 8-1 W N3 Texas A&M (5-NR) 5-4 W N3 Texas (5-7) 3-6 L N3 S. Methodist (5-4) 5-1 W N3 Trinity (5-6) 8-1 W H Penn State (5-NR) 9-0 W H N.C. State (5-NR) 4-5 L H Miami (FL) (5-11) 8-1 W H Wake Forest (5-NR) 3-6 L H Arkansas (6-9) 5-4 W H Texas Christian (6-8) 8-1 W H Virginia (6-NR)

The 1983 team posted a 29-11 overall record and a 7-0 mark in the ACC. That season the Tigers were ACC Champions and advanced to the Final Eight of the NCAA Tournament. 3-21 Champs, Clemson Spring Classic 3-22 9-0 W H Howard (6-NR) 3-23 6-3 W H Maryland (6-NR) 3-27 9-0 W H Virginia Tech (6-NR) 3-30 4-5 L A Georgia (6-4) 4-2 7-2 W A North Carolina (6-NR) 4-4 3-6 L A Duke (6- 12) 4-9 9-0 W H Furman (6-NR) 4-10 6-3 W H Harvard (6-NR) 4-13 7-2 W H South Carolina (6-NR) 4-16-18 ACC Tour., Durham, NC (2nd) 5-15 5-4 W N4 Arkansas (9-10) 5-16 4-5 L N4 SMU (9-2) N1—Los Angeles, CA N2—Miami, FL N3—Corpus Christ, TX N4—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

1-21 1-29 1-31 2-2 2-3 2-9 2-10 2-11 2-15 2-21 2-23 2-24 2-28 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-8 3-9 3-11

1983 29-11 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 9th NCAA Final 8 9-0 W A UNC-Asheville (10-NR) 5-4 W A TCU (10-15) 2-7 L A SMU (10-1) 1-8 L N1 Stanford (10-8) 5-4 W N1 Miami (FL) (10-11) 9-0 W H Emory (10-NR) 2-7 L A2 Miami (FL) (10-11) 7-2 W N2 LSU (10-NR) 9-0 W H Kentucky (10-NR) 8-1 W H Lander (10-NR) 8-1 W H Presbyterian (10-NR) 9-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (10-NR) 9-0 W H Evansville (10-NR) 5-1 W N3 Texas A&M 10-18) 6-3 W N3 Texas (10-7) 2-5 L N3 Trinity (10-5) 6-3 W N3 Arkansas (10-6) 9-0 W H Penn State (10-NR) 9-0 W H Old Dominion (10-NR) 3-6 L H SIU-Edwardsville (10-17)

3-12 6-3 W H Miami (FL) (10-7) 3-13 6-3 W H Texas (10-4) 3-17 3-6 L A Southern Cal (10-3) 3-19 4-5 L A Pepperdine (10-2) 3-20 1-8 L A UCLA (10-4) 3-23 4-5 L H Auburn (7-NR) 3-24 8-1 W A Wake Forest (7-NR) 3-26 8-1 W A Virginia (7-NR) 3-31 5-4 W H North Carolina (7-NR) 4-2 6-3 W H Duke (7-NR) 4-3 9-0 W H N.C. State (7-NR) 4-6 5-4 W H Georgia (7-14) 4-7 9-0 W H Georgia Tech (7-NR) 4-10 6-3 W A South Carolina (7-NR) 4-12 6-3 W A Furman (8-NR) 4-13 8-1 W H Maryland (8-NR) 4-15-17 ACC Tour., Atlanta, GA (1st) 5-10 4-5 L A Harvard (9-NR) 5-11 8-1 W A Princeton (9-NR) 5-14 7-2 W N4 Cal-Irvine (9-13) 5-15 4-5 L N4 SMU (9-1) N1—Los Angeles, CA N2—Miami, FL N3—Corpus Christ, TX N4—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

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1984 27-9 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 10th NCAA Final 16 9-0 W A UNC-Asheville (7-NR) 6-3 W N1 Minnesota (7-20) 5-4 W N1 Trinity (7-4) 4-5 L N1 Stanford (7-1) 0-6 L N1 Southern Cal (7-2) 9-0 W H Lander (7-NR) 8-1 W A Presbyterian (7-NR) 9-0 W A Georgia Tech (4-NR) 9-0 W H Virginia Tech (4-NR) 6-3 W N2 Miami (FL) (4-10) 6-3 W N2 UC-Irvine (4-13) 6-3 W N3 Utah (4-NR)

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All-Time Scores Records and History 3-2 6-3 W N3 Texas (4-9) 3-3 2-7 L N3 Auburn (4-7) 3-3 3-6 L N3 Trinity (4-2) 3-7 9-0 W H Old Dominion (8-NR) 3-9 8-1 W H Kentucky (8-NR) 3-10 5-4 W H Miami (FL) (8-16) 3-11 8-1 W H SIU-Edwards. (8-NR) 3-13 9-0 W H Virginia (8-NR) 3-18 4-5 L N4 Arkansas (8-10) 3-19 4-5 L A Pepperdine (8-4) 3-21 3-6 L A Southern Cal (9-2) 3-24 9-0 W H Wake Forest (9-NR) 3-29 9-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (9-NR) 3-31 5-4 W A North Carolina (9-NR) 4-2 9-0 W A N.C. State (9-NR) 4-4 5-4 W A Georgia (10-9) 4-7 6-3 W A Duke (10-NR) 4-8 5-4 W A Maryland (10-NR) 4-10 9-0 W H South Carolina (10-NR) 4-13 3-6 L H Trinity (10-5) 4-14 8-1 W H Princeton (10-NR) 4-17 6-0 W H Furman (10-NR) 4/20-22 ACC Tour., College Park, MD (1st) 5-10 6-3 W H Wichita State (10-NR) 5-12 4-5 L N5 Stanford (9-3) N1-National Indooors, Los Angeles, CA N2—Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N3—Corpus Christi, TX N4—Irvine, CA N5—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA 1985 24-12 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 8th NCAA Final 8 1-23 9-0 W A UNC-Asheville (9-NR) 1-31 4-5 L N1 Louisiana State (9-8) 2-1 8-1 W N1 Wisconsin (9-NR) 2-2 4-5 L N1 Texas (9-12) 2-12 9-0 W H Coastal Carolina (9-NR) 2-13 4-5 L H Lander (9-NR) 2-14 8-1 W H Charleston (9-NR) 2-16-17 Champs, Minnesota Showcase 2-19 8-1 W H Presbyterian (9-NR) 2-20 3-6 L N2 Georgia (9-6) 2-21 8-1 W N2 Minnesota (9-NR) 2-22 0-9 L A2 Miami (9-16) 2-26 9-0 W H Old Dominion (9-NR) 2-28 8-1 W H Miami (9-16) 3-1-3 Champs, Clemson Spring Classic 3-4 9-0 W H N.C. State (9-NR) 3-5 7-2 W H Penn State (10-NR) 3-7 5-1 W N3 Texas Christian (10-NR) 3-7 3-6 L N3 Texas (10-12) 3-8 7-2 W N3 Miami (10-16) 3-9 8-1 W N3 Trinity (10-7) 3-14 6-3 W A Trinity (18-7) 3-16 8-1 W H Duke (18-NR) 3-18 6-3 W A Furman (18-NR) 3-22 3-6 L A Pepperdine (18-5) 3-23 1-8 L A Southern Cal (18-3) 3-24 2-7 L A UCLA (18-4) 3-28 7-2 W A UNC-Charlotte (18-NR) 3-29 7-2 W A Wake Forest (18-NR) 4-1 5-4 W A Maryland (18-NR) 4-4 2-7 L H SMU (10-2) 4-6 8-1 W A Virginia (10-NR) 4-8 7-2 W H Georgia Tech (10-NR) 4-9 4-5 L H Georgia (10-6) 4-12 7-2 W H North Carolina (10-NR) 4-14 5-4 W A South Carolina (10-12) 4/18-20 ACC Tour., Chapel Hill, NC (1st) 5-18 5-1 W N4 Louisiana State (9-7) 5-19 3-5 L N4 UCLA (9-1) N1—National Indoors, Louisville, KY N2—Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N3—Corpus Christi Inv.,Corpus Christi, TX N4—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

1986 31-7 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 5th NCAA Final 8 1-19 8-1 W N1 Georgia Tech (6-NR) 1-20 7-2 W A1 Tennessee (6-14) 1-24 6-3 W N2 S. Methodist (6-2) 1-25 7-2 W N2 Miami, FL (6-12) 1-26 7-2 W N2 Pepperdine (6-5) 2-20 6-3 W N3 Arkansas (T2-9) 2-21 5-4 W N3 UCLA (T2-T2) 2-22 3-5 L N3 S. Methodist (T2-5) 2-23 5-1 W N3 Southern Cal (T2-4) 2-27 6-3 W H Miami (3-13) 3-6 8-1 W N4 Florida (3-NR) 3-7 5-4 W N4 NE Louisiana (3-19) 3-8 7-2 W N4 Texas Christian (3-17) 3-9 2-7 L N4 S. Methodist (3-2) 3-12 8-1 W A Duke (3-NR) 3-14 6-3 W H Virginia (3-NR) 3-17 4-5 L A S.Methodist (3-1) 3-19 4-5 L A Southern Cal (3-4) 3-20 3-6 L A UCLA (3-5) 3-22 8-1 W A Pepperdine (3-1) 3-24 7-2 W H Wake Forest (4-NR) 3-26 9-0 W H Furman (4-NR) 3-28 5-4 W N5 Pepperdine (4-5) 3-29 9-0 W N5 Florida (4-20) 3-30 6-3 W A5 LSU (4-11) 4-1 6-3 W A Georgia Tech (4-NR) 4-3 7-2 W H Trinity (4-25) 4-5 7-2 W A N.C. State (4-NR) 4-6 9-0 W A North Carolina (4-NR) 4-9 3-6 L A Georgia (3-17) 4-10 7-2 W H Cal-Long Beach (3-15) 4-12 7-2 W H Maryland (3-25) 4-14 7-2 W H South Carolina (3-15) 4-17 7-2 W N6 Wake Forest (3-NR) 4-18 7-2 W N6 Georgia Tech (3-NR) 4-19 5-4 W N6 Maryland (3-25) 5-17 5-0 W N7 Oklahoma State (3-NR) 5-18 3-5 L N7 Stanford (3-6) N1—Knoxville Inv., Knoxville, TN N2—Miami-Ryder Inv., Miami, FL N3—National Indoors, Louisville, KY N4—Corpus Christ Inv., Corpus Christi, TX

N5—LSU Inv., Baton Rouge, LA N6—ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N7—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA 1987 19-14 Overall, 6-0 in the ACC ACC Champions, National Rank 14th Runner-up National ITCA Indoor Championship NCAA Final 16 1-17 3-6 L A Tennessee (8-9) 1-23 4-5 L A1 Miami (8-10) 1-24 1-8 L N1 S. Methodist (8-2) 1-25 9-0 W N1 Arkansas (8-NR) 2-19 5-1 W N2 South Carolina (8-13) 2-20 5-2 W N2 S. Methodist (8-2) 2-21 5-2 W N2 Georgia (8-7) 2-22 4-5 L N2 S. California (8-1) 3-2 9-0 W H N.C. State (8-NR) 3-3 5-3 W H Cal-Irvine (2-19) 3-5 5-4 W N3 Wichita State (2-NR) 3-6 4-5 L N3 Texas Christian (2-13) 3-7 3-6 L N3 South Carolina (2-16) 3-8 7-2 W N3 NE Louisiana (2-NR) 3-12 9-0 W H Georgia Tech (2-18) 3-15 3-6 L A Texas (2-6) 3-16 7-2 W A Trinity (2-NR) 3-18 0-9 L A S. California (11-1) 3-19 4-5 L A Pepperdine (11-8) 3-21 7-2 W A Virginia (11-NR) 3-22 7-2 W A Maryland (11-NR) 3-26 5-4 W N4 Alabama (11-19) 3-27 4-5 L N4 Cal State-LB (11-2) 3-28 1-5 L N4 South Carolina (11-14) 4-4 9-0 W A Furman (13-NR) 4-5 7-2 W H North Carolina (13-NR) 4-7 8-1 W A Wake Forest (13-NR) 4-9 8-1 W H Georgia (13-4) 4-12 3-6 L A South Carolina (13-14) 5-3 4-5 L H Tennessee (14-8) 5-9 6-3 W H Miami (14-12) 5-15 6-1 W N5 Kansas (14-NR) 5-16 2-5 L A5 Georgia (14-3) N1—Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N2—National Indoors, Louisville, KY N3—Corpus Christi Classic, Corpus Christi, TX N4—Blue-Gray Championship, Montgomery, AL A5—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

The 1986 team finished the season ranked fifth in the country.

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All-Time Scores Records and History 1988 22-9 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 10th NCAA Final 16 1-22 7-2 W A1 Miami (9-NR) 1-23 2-7 L N1 LSU (9-T4) 1-24 7-2 W N1 S. Methodist (9-12) 2-13 3-6 L N2 Kentucky (9-14) 2-14 5-4 W A2 Minnesota (9-NR) 2-18 4-5 L N3 Michigan (9-8) 2-19 5-4 W N3 Texas (9-18) 2-20 5-1 W N3 Cal-Berkeley (9-NR) 3-3 5-1 W N4 Florida State (9-NR) 3-4 4-5 L N4 Texas (9-18) 3-5 5-4 W N4 NE Louisiana (9-NR) 3-13 9-0 W H Virginia (9-NR) 3-13 8-1 W H Furman (9-NR) 3-19 7-2 W H Wake Forest (10-NR) 3-24 5-4 W N5 Texas Christian (10-14) 3-25 0-5 L N5 Georgia (10-3) 3-26 5-2 W N5 SW Louisiana (10-11) 3-30 5-4 W A Georgia (10-3) 4-2 9-0 W A North Carolina (10-NR) 4-2 4-5 L H Arizona State (T10-T10) 4-7 4-5 L A Georgia Tech (10-13) 4-9 7-2 W A Duke (10-17) 4-10 8-1 W A N.C. State (10-NR) 4-14 8-1 W H Trinity (10-18) 4-16 8-1 W H Maryland (10-NR) 4-17 5-1 W H South Carolina (10-NR) 4-21 8-1 W N6 Virginia (10-NR) 4-22 7-2 W N6 Duke (10-17) 4-23 5-4 W N6 Georgia Tech (10-12) 5-9 3-6 L A Tennessee (12-19) 5-21 2-5 L N7 Kentucky (10-8) N1—Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N2—Kentucky Indoors, Lexington, KY N3—ITCA Team Championships, Louisville, KY N4—Corpus Christi Inv., Corpus Christi, TX N5—Blue-Gray Championships, Montgomery, AL N6—ACC Tournament, Winston-Salem, NC N7—NCAA Tennis Tournament, Athens, GA

1-13 1-14 1-15 1-27 1-28 1-29 2-23 2-24 2-25 2-26 2-28 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-11 3-18 3-19 3-21 3-23 3-25 3-26 3-30 3-31 4-1 4-4 4-8 4-9 4-12 4-13 4-15 4-16

1989 25-12 Overall, 7-0 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 13th NCAA Final 16 3-6 L N1 Indiana (14-NR) 6-3 W N1 S. Methodist (14-19) 5-4 W N1 Mississippi State (14-NR) 5-4 W N2 Miami (14-16) 5-3 W N2 Southern Cal. (14-4) 5-4 W N2 S. Methodist (14-19) 5-1 W N3 West Virginia (10-NR) 3-5 L N3 Stanford (10-2) 5-2 W N3 Michigan (10-6) 7-2 W N3 Texas (10-9) 6-3 W A Wake Forest (10-NR) 6-0 W N4 Arizona (10-15) 5-2 W N4 Duke (10-NR) 5-2 W N4 Nebraska (10-NR) 2-5 L N4 Texas Christian (10-13) 6-3 W H Duke (10-NR) 3-6 L A Pepperdine (10-14) 3-6 L A UC-Irvine (10-4) 7-2 W A Arizona State (10-NR) 5-4 W H Kentucky (10-6) 2-7 L N5 Alabama (10-T25) 6-3 W A5 West Virginia (10-T25) 1-5 L N6 Mississippi (10-22) 0-6 L N6 Trinity (10-23) 1-5 L N6 Oklahoma State (10-NR) 6-3 W H Georgia Tech (9-NR) 7-2 W H N.C. State (9-NR) 6-3 W H North Carolina (9-NR) 3-6 L H Georgia (9-4) 5-4 W A South Carolina (9-8) 9-0 W A Maryland (9-NR) 7-2 W A Virginia (9-NR)

4-21 9-0 W H7 Maryland (14-NR) 4-22 7-2 W H7 Duke (14-NR) 4-23 8-1 W H7 North Carolina (14-NR) 4-29 4-5 L H Tennessee (14-25) 5-20 3-5 L N8 Louisiana State (13-5) N1--Tennessee Indoors, Knoxville, TN N2--Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N3--ITCA Team Indoor Champs., Louisville, KY N4--Corpus-Christi Inv., Corpus Christi, TX N5--West Virginia Indoors, Morgantown, WV N6--Blue-Gray Clasic, Montgomery, AL H7--ACC Championships, Clemson, SC N8--NCAA Championship, Athens, GA 1990 16-18 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 1-13 4-5 L N1 Indiana (13-NR) 1-14 7-2 W N1 South Florida (13-NR) 1-26 8-1 W N2 So. Methodist (13-NR) 1-27 3-6 L N2 Arkansas (13-15) 1-28 1-8 L N2 Miami (13-8) 2-15 3-6 L H Fresno State (13-NR) 2-17 2-7 L A Kentucky (13-14) 2-21 5-2 W N3 Utah (13-NR) 2-22 3-6 L N3 UCLA (13-3) 2-23 4-5 L N3 Mississippi (13-11) 2-24 1-6 L N3 Texas Christian (13-7) 3-2 4-5 L N4 Harvard (13-NR) 3-3 6-3 W N4 Southwestern La. (13-NR) 3-4 5-4 W N4 Ball State (13-NR) 3-10 4-5 L H Miami (NR-4) 3-12 8-1 W H Virginia 3-14 8-1 W H Wake Forest 3-17 7-2 W H Maryland 3-19 5-4 W A Trinity 3-21 4-5 L A Texas Christian (NR-11) 3-27 4-5 L H West Virginia 3-29 1-5 L N5 Alabama (NR-13) 3-30 1-5 L N5 Mississippi 3-31 5-4 W N5 Drake 4-3 7-2 W A Georgia Tech 4-5 8-1 W A Furman 4-7 8-1 W A N.C. State 4-8 4-5 L A North Carolina 4-11 0-6 L A Georgia (NR-3) 4-14 5-4 W A Duke 4-20 5-1 W N6 N.C. State 4-21 5-4 W N6 Virginia 4-22 3-5 L N6 North Carolina 4-28 1-5 L H South Carolina (NR-8) N1—University of Tennessee Indoors, Knoxville, TN N2—Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N3—ITCA National Indoor Team Champ., Louisville, KY N4—Corpus Christi Inivtational, Corpus Christi, TX N5—Blue-Gray National Classic, Montgomery, AL N6—ACC Championships, Durham, NC

1-25 1-26 2-1 2-2 2-5 2-15 2-16 2-27 3-2 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-15 3-17 3-18 3-20 3-23 3-24 3-27 3-30 4-3 4-6

1991 14-14 Overall, 6-1 in the ACC 9-0 W H1 Tennessee Tech (24-NR) 5-3 W H1 South Florida (24-NR) 1-5 L N2 Arizona State (24-9) 4-5 L A2 Miami (24-12) 0-6 L H Kentucky (24-14) 5-4 W N3 Alabama (24-NR) 2-7 L A3 Minnesota (24-NR) 5-4 W A Wake Forest (24-NR) 7-2 W H N.C. State (24-NR) 2-5 L N4 Ball State (24-NR) 3-6 L N4 Southeast La. (24-NR) 6-3 W N4 Wisconsin (24-NR) 5-4 W H Duke 5-4 W A Cal-Irvine (NR-20) 1-8 L A San Diego State 3-6 L A Pepperdine (NR-14) 4-5 L N5 Florida (NR-12) 6-3 W A West Virginia (NR-25) 2-7 L H Georgia (NR-4) 3-6 L H North Carolina (NR-24) 7-2 W H Georgia Tech 7-2 W A Virginia

4-7 9-0 W A Maryland 4-9 3-6 L A Tennessee (NR-6) 4-16 9-0 W A Furman 4-19 6-1 W N6 N.C. State 4-20 1-5 L N6 Duke 4-28 4-5 L A South Carolina (NR-21) H1--Clemson Winter Classic, Clemson, SC N2--Miami-Ryder Classic, Miami, FL N3--Minnesota Ice Volleys, Minneapolis, MN N4--Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N5--Morgantown, WV N6--ACC Tournament, Atlanta, GA 1992 (15-11 Overall, 5-3 in the ACC 1-31 5-4 W A1 Miami (NR-8) 2-1 3-6 L N1 Tex. Christian (NR-6) 2-2 3-6 L N Cal-Irvine (NR-23) 3-1 6-3 W H Wake Forest 3-6 4-5 L N2 Arizona 3-7 5-4 W N2 Southern Methodist 3-8 5-4 W N2 Texas A&M 3-13 8-1 W H Maryland 3-13 8-1 W H Virginia 3-16 5-4 W A Arizona State (NR-20) 3-17 2-7 L N3 Texas 3-21 5-4 W H4 West Virginia 3-21 3-6 L H4 Indiana 3-22 5-2 W H4 Va. Commonwealth 3-26 4-5 L H Florida State (18-NR) 3-29 6-3 W H Tennessee (18-12) 4-1 2-7 L A Georgia (18-6) 4-5 1-8 L A Duke (18-24) 4-6 2-7 L A North Carolina (18-8) 4-8 5-4 W A Ga. Tech (21-NR) 4-11 6-3 W A N.C. State (21-NR) 4-13 6-3 W H Furman (21-NR) 4-14 5-2 W H So. Carolina (21-NR) 4-17 5-2 W N5 Virginia (21-NR) 4-18 1-5 L N5 North Carolina (21-7) 5-15 3-5 L N6 Mississippi (20-14) N1—Hurricane Tennis Classic, Miami, FL N2—Corpus Christi Classic, Corpus Christi, TX N3—Tempe, AZ H4—Clemson Spring Classic (Team Champions) N5—ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC N6—NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA 1993 9-20 Overall, 3-5 in the ACC 1-30 1-6 L N1 Ala.-Birm. (20/T18th) 1-30 2-5 L N1 Arizona State (20/T25) 1-31 1-6 L A1 Miami (20/T18) 2-26 1-5 L N2 South Florida (20/NR) 2-26 1-5 L A Florida State (20/NR) 3-6 4-3 W N3 Ball State (20/NR) 3-6 0-7 L N3 Texas A&M (20/21) 3-7 3-4 L N3 Colorado (20/NR) 3-12 7-0 W H Western Carolina 3-16 2-5 L A Furman 3-19 2-5 L N4 Princeton 3-19 2-5 L A Pepperdine (NR-11) 3-21 2-5 L N5 San Diego State 3-21 1-6 L A Cal.-Irvine 3-24 5-2 W H West Virginia 3-27 4-3 W H6 Michigan State 3-27 5-1 W H6 Tulsa 3-28 2-5 L H6 South Alabama (NR-T25) 3-28 5-1 W H6 Rollins 3-31 2-5 L H Georgia Tech 4-4 5-2 W H N.C. State 4-6 2-5 L A Wake Forest 4-10 5-2 W A Virginia 4-11 7-0 W A Maryland 4-13 1-6 L A Tennessee (NR-4) 4-17 1-6 L H Duke (NR-7) 4-18 0-7 L H North Carolina (NR-14) 4-20 2-5 L A South Carolina 4-23 2-5 L N7 Florida State N1-Miami Invitational, Miami, FL N2-Tallahassee, FL

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All-Time Scores Records and History N3-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N4-Malibu, CA N5-Irvine, CA H6-Clemson Spring Classic, Clemson, SC N7-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1994 21-12 Overall, 5-3 in the ACC 2-5 7-0 W H UNC Charlotte (42-NR) 2-5 7-0 W H Western Carolina (42-NR) 2-12 4-3 W N1 Ball State (42-NR) 2-12 4-3 W A1 Indiana (42-NR) 2-13 6-1 W N1 Wisconsin (42-NR) 2-13 7-0 W N1 Evansville (42-NR) 2-26 4-3 W H Wake Forest (42-NR) 2-26 7-0 W H Tennessee Tech (42-NR) 2-27 6-1 W H South Florida (42-NR) 2-27 7-0 W H Maryland (42-NR) 3-4 2-5 L N2 Northwestern (34-37) 3-5 4-3 W N2 Rice (34-47) 3-6 4-3 W N2 Michigan State (34-NR) 3-9 3-4 L A Georgia Tech (34-28) 3-12 6-1 W N3 Temple (34-NR) 3-12 4-3 W N4 West Virginia (34-46) 3-13 7-0 W N3 G. Washington (34-NR) 3-19 3-4 L H Tennessee (43-13) 3-20 2-5 L N5 Kentucky (43-T4) 3-26 1-6 L H Va. Commonwealth(43-18) 3-27 4-3 W H Florida State (43-22) 4-2 6-1 W H Furman (38-NR) 4-2 6-1 W H Virginia (38-49) 4-3 3-4 L H Miami (38-10) 4-3 6-1 W H Mercer (38-NR) 4-9 3-4 L A North Carolina (38-33) 4-10 6-1 W A N.C. State (38-NR) 4-12 1-6 L H Georgia (36-8) 4-13 2-5 L H South Carolina (36-T14) 4-16 3-4 L A Duke (36-7) 4-22 4-3 W N6 Florida State (36-37) 4-23 1-6 L N6 Duke (36-7) 5-13 2-4 L N7 North Carolina (42-20) N1-Bloomington, IN N2-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N3-Morgantown, WV N4-Pittsburgh, PA N5-Knoxville, TN N6-ACC Tournament, Charlotte, NC N7-NCAA Region II Tour., Columbia, SC

2-4 2-4 2-9 2-14 2-18 2-19 3-4 3-4 3-5 3-11 3-11 3-12 3-12 3-16 3-18 3-24 3-24 3-26 3-26 4-1 4-1 4-2 4-5 4-8 4-8 4-15 4-16 4-18 4-21 4-22

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1995 21-12 Overall, 6-2 in the ACC 7-0 W H UNC Charlotte (35-NR) 7-0 W H Virginia Tech (35-NR) 3-4 L A Kentucky (35-24) 2-5 L A Georgia (35-2) 5-2 W A Florida Intern. (35-49) 3-4 L A Miami (35-11) 4-3 W N1 Boise State (35-38) 0-4 L N1 Texas Christian (35-T8) 4-2 W N1 Arizona (35-33) 3-4 L A2 Texas A&M (39-35) 7-0 W N2 Texas-Arlington (39-NR) 2-5 L N2 Texas Christian (39-11) 5-0 W N2 Southwest Texas (39-NR) 6-1 W A Wake Forest (39-NR) 2-5 L A Tennessee (39-13) 7-0 W N3 Richmond (35-NR) 5-2 W A Virginia (35-44) 6-1 W H N.C. State (35-NR) 6-1 W H Furman (35-NR) 7-0 W A Maryland (35-NR) 6-1 W A Washington Col. (35-NR) 1-6 L A Va. Commonwealth(35-25) 6-1 W H Georgia Tech (35-46) 3-4 L A Florida State (35-18) 5-2 W N4 South Florida (35-NR) 4-3 W H North Carolina (35-40) 2-5 L H Duke (35-11) 7-0 W A South Carolina (37-NR) 6-1 W N5 Wake Forest (37-NR) 4-2 W N5 Florida State (37-16)

4-23 1-5 L N5 Duke (37-9) 5-5 4-3 W N6 North Carolina (35-33) 5-6 1-4 L N6 Duke (35-9) N1-Corpus Christi, TX Invit. N2-Texas A&M Invitational, Col. Station, TX N3-Charlottesville, VA N4-Tallahassee, FL N5-ACC Tournament, Greenwood, SC N6-NCAA Region II Men's Tennis Championships, Norfolk, VA 1996 12-12 Overall, 5-3 in the ACC 2-4 7-0 W H Wofford (34-NR) 3-2 7-0 W H1 Tennessee Tech (34-NR) 3-2 4-3 W H1 Virginia Tech (34-NR) 3-3 4-3 W H1 Virginia (34-NR) 3-3 7-0 W H1 West Virginia (34-NR) 3-8 3-4 L N2 Tulsa (42-NR) 3-9 2-5 L N2 Colorado 42-48) 3-10 4-3 W N2 Illinois (42-46) 3-11 0-7 L A Texas Christian (42-5) 3-16 7-0 W H Maryland (42-NR) 3-16 5-2 W A Furman (42-NR) 3-17 3-4 L H Tennessee (42-21) 3-24 4-3 W H Florida State (42-43) 3-25 2-5 L H Georgia (42-4) 3-30 3-4 L H Wake Forest (42-NR) 3-30 2-5 L H VA Commonwealth (42-18) 3-31 6-1 W H Miami (42-47) 4-2 5-2 W A Georgia Tech (39-48) 4-6 0-7 L A North Carolina (39-17) 4-7 5-2 W A N.C. State (39-NR) 4-13 1-6 L A Duke (39-10) 4-17 3-4 L H South Carolina (43-38) 4-19 1-4 L N3 Virginia (43-NR) 5-10 0-4 L H4 Duke (46-10) H1-Clemson Spring Classic, Clemson, SC N2-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N3-ACC Tournament, Greenwood, SC H4-NCAA Region II Tournament, Clemson, SC 1997 20-11 Overall, 6-2 in the ACC ACC Champions National Rank 19th 2-1 7-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (49-NR) 2-1 7-0 W H Tennessee Tech (49-NR) 2-3 1-6 L A Georgia (49-4) 3-1 3-4 L A Miami (49-30) 3-2 2-5 L N1 South Alabama (49-10) 3-5 1-6 L A Texas (49-12) 3-7 4-3 W N2 Southwest La. (49-56) 3-7 3-4 L N2 Illinois (49-16) 3-8 5-2 W N2 Texas Tech (49-39) 3-9 4-3 W N2 Tulane (49-55) 3-10 4-3 W A Texas Christian(49-21) 3-14 3-4 L A Tennessee (49-48) 3-17 4-3 W H Kentucky (49-7) 3-17 7-0 W H Furman (49-NR) 3-23 6-1 W N3 Idaho (26-NR) 3-23 3-4 L A Boise St. (26-2) 3-29 5-2 W A Virginia (26-15) 3-30 7-0 W A Maryland (26-NR) 3-30 6-1 W N4 Navy (26-NR) 4-2 2-5 L H Georgia Tech (23-40) 4-5 4-3 W A Florida State (23-39) 4-7 5-2 W H N.C. State (23-NR) 4-9 6-1 W A Wake Forest (23-67) 4-12 3-4 L H Duke (23-12) 4-13 4-3 W H North Carolina (23-29) 4-15 1-6 L A South Carolina (22-34) 4-18 4-0 W N5 Wake Forest (22-NR) 4-19 4-2 W N5 Florida State (22-42) 4-20 4-3 W N5 Duke (22-12) 5-9 4-0 W N6 North Carolina (20-38) 5-10 1-4 L N6 Duke (20-10) N1-Miami, FL N2-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N3-Boise, ID, N4-College Park, MD N5-ACC Tournament, Atlanta, GA N6-NCAA Tournament, Atlanta, GA

1998 11-18 Overall, 3-5 in the ACC 1-30 1-6 L A Northwestern (28-21) 1-30 6-1 W A DePaul (28-NR) 2-1 3-4 L A Louisville (28-NR) 2-1 1-6 L N1 Kentucky (28-11) 2-14 3-4 L A South Alabama (28-14) 2-16 4-2 W N2 Boise State (28-16) 3-4 1-6 L A Texas (28-8) 3-6 1-5 L N3 Oklahoma State (28-T37) 3-7 1-5 L N3 Colorado (28-45) 3-7 5-2 W N3 Ball State (28-62) 3-7 1-4 L N3 Virginia Tech (28-29) 3-15 5-2 W H Virginia (36-41) 3-15 5-2 W H E. Tenn. State (36-NR) 3-22 4-3 W H William & Mary (36-NR) 3-22 7-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (36-NR) 3-23 7-0 W H Maryland (36-NR) 3-23 4-2 W A Furman (36-NR) 3-25 0-7 L H South Carolina (50-18) 3-27 4-3 W H Texas Christian (50-31) 3-29 2-5 L H Florida State (50-33) 3-4 L H Wake Forest (50-75) 4-11 3-4 L A North Carolina (53-42) 4-12 3-4 L H Miami (53-52) 4-15 1-6 L A Georgia Tech (53-56) 4-18 5-2 L A Duke (53-18) 4-19 4-3 W A N.C. State (53-59) 4-24 1-4 L N4 North Carolina (55-44) 5-5 1-4 L H Georgia (55-3) 5-15 0-4 L N5 South Carolina (58-15) N1-Louisville, KY N2-Mobile, AL N3-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX N4-ACC Tournament, Atlanta, GA N5-NCAA Region II Tournament, Richmond, VA 1999 21-12 Overall, 6-2 in the ACC 2-13 4-3 W H Boise State (52-43) 2-14 4-3 W H Minnesota (52-23) 2-14 3-4 L H Southern Methodist (52-10) 2-26 6-1 W A Florida Atlantic (52-NR) 2-26 5-2 W A Miami, (FL) (52-53) 3-3 3-4 L A TCU (52-32) 3-5 4-3 W N1 UNLV (52-42) 3-5 2-4 L N1 Texas Tech (52-71) 3-6 2-5 L N1 South Alabama (52-38) 3-7 4-0 W N1 Southwestern La. (52-48) 3-12 1-6 L A Georgia (36-5) 3-15 7-0 W H UNC-Charlotte (36-NR) 3-15 7-0 W H Presbyterian (36-NR) 3-15 6-0 W H Limestone (36-NR) 3-17 4-3 W A Vanderbilt (36-46) 3-17 6-1 W N2 Tennessee Tech (36-NR) 3-20 6-1 W A Florida State (36-55) 3-27 4-3 W A Virginia (30-37) 3-28 7-0 W A Maryland (30-NR) 3-31 1-6 L A South Carolina (30-11) 4-2 4-3 W H South Alabama (30-T65) 4-2 7-0 W H Furman (30-NR) 4-4 1-6 L H Baylor (30-3) 4-4 1-5 L H Va. Commonwealth (30-23) 4-8 4-3 W H Wake Forest (24-42) 4-10 5-2 W H North Carolina (24-74) 4-11 1-6 L H Duke (24-3) 4-15 3-4 L H Georgia Tech (26-64) 4-17 6-1 W H N.C. State (24-48) 4-23 4-3 W N3 North Carolina (26-72) 4-24 1-4 L N3 Georgia Tech (26-46) 5-15 4-3 W H4 William & Mary (31-46) 5-16 0-4 L H4 Duke (31-2) N1-Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX, N2-Nashville, TN N3-ACC Tournament, Norcross, GA, H4-NCAA Regional, Clemson, SC


All-Time Scores Records and History 2000 18-17 Overall, 5-3 in the ACC 2-12 2-5 L A Southern Methodist (26-7) 2-12 3-4 L N1 Boise State (26-29) 2-13 4-3 W N1 Minnesota (26-23) 2-14 0-7 L A Baylor (26-12) 2-20 3-4 L A South Alabama (22-67) 2-20 4-3 W A South Alabama (22-67) 2-25 7-0 W H West Virginia (29-NR) 2-25 7-0 W H Navy (29-T75) 2-26 6-1 W H Illinois State (29-NR) 2-26 6-1 W H Vanderbilt (29-62) 2-27 7-0 W H Tennessee Tech (29-NR) 2-27 7-0 W H Idaho (29-NR) 3-5 2-5 L A Texas (29-12) 3-5 6-1 W N2 Texas A&M CC (29-NR) 3-11 7-0 W H Maryland (32-NR) 3-11 6-1 W A Furman (32-NR) 3-12 5-2 W H Florida State (32-45) 3-17 2-5 L A Southern Cal (32-19) 3-18 1-6 L A Pepperdine (32-5) 3-21 2-5 L A Fresno State (32-17) 3-22 3-4 L A California (32-48) 3-24 2-5 L A Stanford (33-3) 3-25 2-5 L N3 Washington (33-31) 3-29 3-4 L A Georgia Tech (33-NR) 4-1 5-2 W H Wake Forest (37-64) 4-2 5-2 W H Virginia (37-36) 4-4 3-4 L H South Carolina (35-66) 4-8 1-6 L A Duke (35-5) 4-9 1-6 L A North Carolina (35-19) 4-14 4-3 W H Miami, Fl (37-18) 4-16 6-1 W A N.C. State (37-NR) 4-21 5-0 W N4 Georgia Tech (32-71) 4-22 3-4 L N4 North Carolina (32-20) 5-13 4-3 W N5 Miami, Fl (34-21) 5-14 0-4 L A LSU (34-10) N1-Dallas, TX N2-Austin, TX N3-San Francisco, Ca N4-ACC Tournament, Norcross, Ga. N5-NCAA Tournament Baton Rouge, La 2001 8-20 Overall, 2-6 in the ACC 2-4 1-6 L H South Alabama (31-16) 2-4 3-4 L H South Alabama (31-16) 2-10 4-3 W N1 Boise State (33-39) 2-11 3-4 L N1 So. Methodist (33-13) 2-11 4-3 W N1 Minnesota (33-38) 3-3 5-2 W N2 Michigan (33-35) 3-4 1-6 L N2 Miami (33-22) 3-4 2-5 L N2 Harvard (33-40) 3-7 2-5 L A South Carolina (40-55) 3-13 0-7 L H Georgia (40-7) 3-15 0-4 L N3 Va. Comm.(46-13) 3-16 1-4 L N3 Minnesota (46-45) 3-17 0-4 L N3 William & Mary (46-65) 3-20 1-6 L H Ohio State (46-23) 3-21 2-5 L H Georgia Tech (46-38) 3-23 3-4 L A Florida State (47-59) 3-25 0-7 L H Duke (47-3) 3-28 1-6 L H Alabama (47-20) 3-30 2-5 L A Virginia (59-45) 3-31 7-0 W A Maryland (59-NR) 4-6 2-5 L A Wake Forest (63-47) 4-9 1-6 L A Vanderbilt (63-39) 4-13 6-1 W H N.C. State (67-NR) 4-15 2-5 L H North Carolina (67-39) 4-19 4-0 W N4 N.C. State (68-NR) 4-20 4-3 W N4 North Carolina (68-32) 4-21 4-3 W N4 Virginia (68-44) 4-22 0-4 L N4 Duke (68-3) N1-Boise State Invitational, N2-Miami, FL, N3-Blue-Gray Classic, Montgomery, AL, N4-ACC Tournament, Orlando, FL,

2002 11-18 Overall, 3-5 in the ACC 1-29 2-5 L A Georgia (57-1) 2-2 6-1 W H East Carolina (57-NR) 2-2 7-0 W H Erskine (57-NR) 2-8 0-7 L A1 Minnesota (57-18) 2-9 5-2 W N1 Boise State (57-66) 2-15 2-5 L A2 Alabama (56-26) 2-16 2-5 L N2 Michigan (56-45) 2-22 7-0 W H Maryland (53-NR) 2-22 6-1 W H St. John's (53-NR) 2-23 7-0 W H West Virginia (53-NR) 2-23 5-2 W H Tennessee Tech (53-NR) 3-9 1-4 L A3 South Alabama (56-30) 3-10 5-2 W N3 Indiana (56-58) 3-12 1-6 L H Florida State (56-41) 3-16 1-6 L A Cal-Irvine (55-NR) 3-18 0-7 L A Pepperdine (55-6) 3-19 2-4 L A Southern California (55-5) 3-19 3-4 L N4 Princeton (55-70) 3-23 2-5 L N5 Santa Clara (NR-73) 3-23 4-3 W N5 St. Mary's (NR-NR) 3-29 2-5 L A North Carolina (NR-44) 3-31 7-0 W H Virginia (NR-NR) 4-3 1-6 L A Georgia Tech (NR-56) 4-5 2-5 L H Wake Forest (NR-23) 4-7 1-6 L A Duke (NR-13) 4-12 5-2 W A NC State (NR-NR) 4-13 2-5 L H Miami (NR-40) 4-16 0-7 L N6 South Carolina (NR-24) 4-19 1-4 L N7 Wake Forest (NR-26) N1-Minnesota Invitational, Minneapolis, MN N2-Tuscaloosa, AL N3-South Alabama Invitational N4-Los Angeles, CA N5-Berkeley, CA N6-Belton, SC N7-Raleigh, NC

1-24 1-24 1-26 2-1 2-1 2-8

2003 25-11 Overall, 6-2 in the ACC 7-0 W H Troy State 7-0 W H Gardner-Webb 4-3 W H Georgia (NR-6) 7-0 W H East Carolina (33-NR) 7-0 W H Liberty (33-NR) 3-4 L N1 Minnesota (33-11)

2-8 5-2 W N1 Boise State (33-73) 2-9 3-4 L A1 Harvard (33-29) 2-15 1-6 L A2 Washington (37-12) 2-16 3-4 L N2 San Diego State (37-33) 2-21 4-0 W H UNC-Greensboro (43-NR) 2-22 4-0 W H West Virginia (43-NR) 2-22 6-0 W H Tennessee Tech (43-NR) 2-23 4-0 W H St. John’s (43-NR) 3-1 4-3 W H South Alabama (45-39) 3-2 7-0 W H NC State (45-NR) 3-8 2-5 L A Miami (43-36) 3-15 6-1 W A Florida A&M (45-NR) 3-16 4-3 W A Florida State (45-37) 3-18 6-1 W A3 Texas-San Antonio 3-18 6-1 W N3 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 3-21 4-3 W N4 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-21 2-5 L A4 Rice (32-30) 3-22 4-2 W N4 Northwestern (32-31) 3-26 3-4 L A South Carolina (30-18) 3-29 5-2 W H North Carolina (30-37) 3-30 4-3 L H Duke (30-11) 4-4 2-5 L A Wake Forest (32-27) 4-9 6-1 W H Georgia Tech (31-25) 4-12 4-3 W A Virginia (31-34) 4-13 7-0 W A Maryland (31-NR) 4-18 4-1 W N5 North Carolina (27-44) 4-19 4-3 W N5 Florida State (27-36) 4-20 1-4 L N5 Duke (27-9) 5-11 4-0 W N6 Ball State (27-63) 5-12 0-4 L A6 Illinois (27-1) N1 - Harvard Classic, Boston, MA N2- Great Northwest Shootout, Seattle WA N3- San Antonio, TX N4 - Rice Invitational, Houston, TX N5 - ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N6 - NCAA Tournament, Champaign, IL

1-17 1-17 1-25 1-27 1-30 1-30

2004 26-12 Overall, 4-4 in the ACC National Rank 25th NCAA Final 8 6-1 W N1 Citadel (26-NR) 7-0 W A Col. of Charleston (26-NR) 4-3 W A Cal State-Irvine (26-72) 0-7 L A UCLA (24-6) 6-0 W H Anderson Col. (24-NR) 7-0 W H Liberty (24-NR)

The 2004 team advanced to the NCAA Final Eight and finished the season ranked 25th.

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All-Time Scores Records and History 2-7 7-0 W N2 Toledo (24-NR) 2-7 1-6 L A Ohio State (24-15) 2-14 7-0 W N3 Columbia (27-NR) 2-14 4-3 W A Army (27-NR) 2-15 5-2 W N3 Princeton (27-NR) 2-20 6-1 W H UNC-Greensboro (27-NR) 2-20 5-2 W H Tennessee Tech (27-NR) 2-22 7-0 W H Troy State (27-NR) 2-22 6-1 W H Winthrop (27-NR) 2-25 3-4 L A Georgia (26-24) 2-28 3-4 L A South Alabama (26-47) 2-28 7-0 W N4 Southern (26-NR) 3-6 3-4 L A North Carolina (38-36) 3-10 3-4 L A Georgia Tech (41-39) 3-13 7-0 W H Maryland (41-NR) 3-15 6-1 W A Northern Arizona (41-NR) 3-19 2-5 L A Arizona State (50-26) 3-21 1-6 L A Arizona (50-25) 3-26 1-6 L H Virginia (NR-14) 3-28 2-5 L A Duke (NR-8) 3-31 6-1 W H South Carolina (NR-56) 4-2 4-3 W H Florida State (NR-29) 4-4 4-3 W A N.C. State (NR-NR) 4-7 4-3 W H Wake Forest (66-37) 4-10 5-2 W H Miami (66-40) 4-16 4-3 W N5 Georgia Tech (45-26) 4-17 4-2 W N5 North Carolina (45-13) 4-18 3-4 L N5 Virginia (45-10) 5-15 4-0 W N6 Minnesota (33-37) 5-16 4-3 W A6 Duke (33-6) 5-22 4-2 W N7 Texas Christian (33-16) 5-24 0-4 L N7 UCLA (33-3) N1-Charleston, SC, N2-Columbus, OH N3-West Point, NY, N4-Mobile, AL N5-ACC Tournament Raleigh, NC N6-NCAA Tournament, Durham, NC N7-NCAA Tournament, Tulsa, OK 2005 25-11 Overall, 6-4 in the ACC 1-22 6-1 W H Troy (29-NR) 1-22 5-2 W H Troy (29-NR) 1-29 6-1 W A Princeton (29-NR) 2-6 7-0 W H Charleston Southern (28-NR) 2-6 7-0 W H Dartmouth (28-NR) 2-11 2-5 L A Harvard (27-23) 2-12 3-4 L N1 Louisville (27-40) 2-12 4-3 W A Boston Col. (27-NR) 2-18 7-0 W H Charleston Southern (36-NR) 2-18 7-0 W H Emory (36-NR) 2-19 7-0 W H Tennessee Tech (36-NR) 2-19 4-3 W H Winthrop (36-NR) 2-24 5-2 W H Georgia State (35-NR) 2-24 7-0 W H UNC-Greensboro (35-NR) 2-27 6-1 W H Cal Irvine (35-NR) 2-27 4-3 W H Texas A&M-C. Christi (35-67) 3-9 4-3 W H Georgia Tech (36-51) 3-12 5-2 W H Miami (36-62) 3-13 4-3 W H North Carolina (36-37) 3-15 5-2 W H Arizona State (31-42) 3-15 7-0 W H Army (31-74) 3-19 4-3 W A Southern Cal (31-9) 3-21 2-5 L N2 Texas Tech (31-23) 3-24 4-3 W A Fresno State (14-50) 3-28 3-4 L H South Alabama (14-50) 3-30 2-5 L A Wake Forest (19-30) 4-2 0-7 L A Florida State (19-26) 4-3 2-5 L H Duke (19-5) 4-6 1-6 L A South Carolina (24-22) 4-9 7-0 W A Maryland (24-NR) 4-11 4-3 W A Virginia Tech (24-45) 4-15 2-5 L A Virginia (27-2) 4-17 5-2 W H N.C. State (27-44) 4-22 3-4 L N3 Wake Forest (27-17) 5-14 4-0 W N4 Northwestern (27-46) 5-15 0-4 L A5 Georgia (27-7) N1-Boston, MA, N2-Fresno, CA N3-ACC Tournament, , N4-NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA A5-NCAA Tournament, Athens, GA

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2006 23-10 Overall, 5-6 in the ACC National Rank 24th 1-22 5-2 W N1 Texas A&M Corpus Christi 1-28 7-0 W N2 Brown 1-28 6-1 W A Army 1-29 5-2 W N2 Dartmouth 2-3 2-5 L H Georgia (NR-2) 2-11 0-7 L A Illinois (25-3) 2-11 6-1 W N3 Butler 2-12 5-2 W N3 Harvard 2-17 7-0 W H Citadel 2-17 7-0 W H Tennessee Tech 2-19 7-0 W H Troy 2-19 6-1 W H Charleston Southern 2-23 4-3 W A Louisiana State (22-13) 2-23 7-0 W A Southern 2-25 4-3 W A South Alabama 3-3 6-1 W H Georgia State (15-NR) 3-4 6-1 W H Miami (FL) (15-17) 3-8 6-1 W A Georgia Tech (15-18) 3-13 5-2 W A Arizona State (15-NR) 3-18 2-5 L A Florida State (5-NR) 3-25 3-4 L A North Carolina (10-12) 3-26 2-5 L A Duke (10-4) 3-31 4-3 W H Virginia Tech (14-NR) 4-2 2-5 L H Virginia (14-11) 4-7 2-5 L A Wake Forest (18-NR) 4-9 3-4 L A N.C. State (18-NR) 4-12 6-1 W H South Carolina (21-NR) 4-15 7-0 W H Boston Col. (21-NR) 4-15 6-1 W H Maryland (21-NR) 4-20 4-3 W N4 N.C. State (24-NR) 4-21 0-5 L N4 Virginia (24-9) 5-13 4-1 W N5 South Carolina (24-NR) 5-14 1-4 L A5 North Carolina (24-11) N1-Houston, TX, N2-West Point, NY, N3-Champaign, IL N4-ACC Championships, Raleigh, NC N5-NCAA Tournament, Chapel Hill, NC

1-21 1-26 1-26 1-28 1-28 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-6 2-6 2-16 2-16 2-18 2-24 2-24 3-2 3-7 3-10 3-10 3-12 3-12 3-15 3-16 3-24 3-25 3-27 3-27 3-30 3-30 4-1 4-6 4-7 4-11 4-13 4-13 4-15 4-15 4-19

2007 31-10 Overall, 6-5 in the ACC National Rank 23rd 6-0 W N1 Prairie View A&M (23-NR) 5-2 W N2 Texas A&M Co. Christi (23-67) 6-1 W A Texas Christian (23-36) 7-0 W N3 Texas-Dallas (23-NR) 6-1 W A Southern Methodist (23-39) 6-1 W H Citadel (25-NR) 7-0 W H Charleston Southern (25-NR) 7-0 W H Brevard (25-NR) 7-0 W N4 Erskine (24-NR) 0-7 L A Georgia (24-1) 3-4 L A Alabama (23-31) 7-0 W N5 Samford (23-NR) 3-4 L A Vanderbilt (23-69) 7-0 W H Southern Mississippi (31-NR) 7-0 W H Morehead State (31-NR) 4-3 W H Florida State (31-10) 3-4 L H Georgia Tech (20-44) 6-1 W H South Alabama (20-16) 7-0 W H Indiana (20-NR) 7-0 W H Arizona State (20-50) 7-0 W H Coker (20-NR) 6-1 W N6 Central Florida (24-65) 2-5 L A Miami (24-73) 5-2 W H Duke (30-17) 3-4 L H North Carolina (30-14) 7-0 W H UC Riverside (26-NR) 6-1 W H UNC-Greensboro (26-NR) 7-0 W A James Madison (26-NR) 2-5 L A Virginia (26-2) 3-4 L A Virginia Tech (26-39) 4-3 W H Wake Forest (28-11) 6-1 W H N.C. State (28-20) 6-1 W A South Carolina (20-NR) 4-3 W N7 St. John’s (20-NR) 7-0 W A Boston Col. (20-NR) 6-1 W A Maryland (20-57) 7-0 W N8 Georgetown (20-NR) 4-0 W N9 Boston Col. (22-NR)

4-20 2-4 L N9 Wake Forest (22-NR) 5-11 4-0 W N10 Elon (22-NR) 5-12 3-4 L A10 Wake Forest (22-13) N1-Hoston, TX, N2-Ft. Worth TX, N3-Dallas, TX, N4-Athens, GA,N5-Tuscaloosa, AL, N6-Coral Gables, FL, N7Boston, MA, N8-Col. Park, MD, N9-ACC Tournament, Cary, NC, N10-NCAA Tournament, Winston-Salem, NC 2008 15-20 Overall, 1-10 in the ACC 1-20 7-0 W H UNC-Greensboro (30-NR) 1-20 6-1 W H The Citadel (30-NR) 1-25 4-3 W N1 TX A&M Corpus Christi (30-45) 1-25 1-6 L A Texas A&M (30-25) 1-27 6-1 W N2 TX Pan American (30-NR) 1-27 0-7 L A Texas (30-7) 2-1 7-0 W N3 Austin Peay (31-NR) 2-1 3-4 L A Tennessee (31-24) 2-8 6-1 W N4 Loyola Marymount (33-NR) 2-8 1-6 L A Southern Cal (33-6) 2-10 4-3 W A Cal-Irvine (33-NR) 2-23 5-2 W N5 Stetson (32-NR) 2-23 2-4 L A South Alabama (32-NR) 2-29 7-0 W H Navy (42-NR) 2-29 3-4 L H Princeton (42-NR) 3-4 3-4 L A Georgia Tech (60-39) 3-9 3-4 L H Miami (60-24) 3-10 3-4 L H Harvard (60-48) 3-10 7-0 W H Brevard (60-NR) 3-12 1-6 L N6 Arizona State (52-15) 3-18 7-0 W N7 Florida A&M (61-NR) 3-18 0-7 L A Florida State (61-7) 3-21 4-3 W H Virginia Tech (61-37) 3-23 1-6 L H Virginia (61-1) 3-28 7-0 W N8 Longwood (54-NR) 3-28 0-7 L A Wake Forest (54-30) 3-30 1-6 L A N.C. State (54-53) 4-5 3-4 L H Maryland (62-59) 4-5 5-1 W H Char. Southern (62-NR) 4-6 3-4 L H Boston College (62-NR) 4-6 7-0 W H Coker (62-NR) 4-9 1-6 L H South Carolina (61-63) 4-11 1-6 L A Duke (61-42) 4-13 0-7 L A North Carolina (61-11) 4-17 3-4 L N9 Virginia Tech (69-27) N1-College Station, TX, N2-Austin, TX, N3-Knoxville, TN, N4-Los Angeles, CA, N5-Mobile, AL, N6-Atlanta, GA, N7-Tallahassee, FL, N8-Winston-Salem, NC, N9-ACC Tournament, Orlando, FL 2009 11-13 Overall, 3-8 in the ACC 1-24 7-0 W H The Citadel (61-NR) 1-27 0-7 L A Georgia (61-3) 1-30 5-2 W N1 Elon (60-NR) 1-31 3-4 L A William & Mary (60-63) 2-6 4-3 W N2 Central Florida (63-NR) 2-7 0-7 L A Miami (63-23) 2-11 4-3 W H Furman (62-70) 2-15 2-5 L H Alabama (62-19) 2-28 7-0 W H Navy (64-NR) 2-28 7-0 W H Dartmouth (64-NR) 3-4 3-4 L H Georgia Tech (68-58) 3-7 1-6 L H Florida State (68-15) 3-11 7-0 W H Col. of Charleston 3-14 6-1 W H Stetson 3-20 1-6 L A Virginia (NR-1) 3-22 0-7 L A Virginia Tech (NR-21) 3-25 1-6 L A South Carolina (NR-16) 3-27 5-2 W H N.C. State (NR-38) 3-29 2-5 L H Wake Forest (NR-25) 4-3 5-2 W A Boston College (68-71) 4-5 4-3 W A Maryland (68-NR) 4-10 3-4 L H North Carolina (59-36) 4-12 2-5 L H Duke (59-30) 4-16 1-4 L N3 North Carolina (59-35) N1-Williamsburg, VA, N2-Miami, FL N3-ACC Tournament, Orlando, FL Note: First number in parenthesis after opponent name is Clemson's rank heading into the match and the second number is the opponent's rank. Polls prior to 1979 were not available.


2010 Clemson Men's Tennis Media Guide