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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011-12 GEORGIA TENNIS

2011-12 GEORGIA TENNIS QUICK FACTS

Roster/Schedule..................................................................................................................... 2 Covering the Bulldogs........................................................................................................... 3 Season Outlook...................................................................................................................... 4

Location..................................................................................................................Athens, Ga. Enrollment..................................................................................................................... 34,677 Founded............................................................................................................................1785 President............................................................................................... Dr. Michael F. Adams Director of Athletics......................................................................................Greg McGarity Nickname.....................................................................................................................Bulldogs Colors................................................................................................................Red and Black Conference..........................................................................Southeastern (Eastern Division) Tennis Facilities..........................................................................Dan Magill Tennis Complex ........................................Henry Feild Stadium (4,500)/Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Facility

2011-12 GEORGIA BULLDOGS Sadio Doumbia....................................................................................................................... 5 Wil Spencer............................................................................................................................ 6 Ignacio Taboada.................................................................................................................... 7 Will Oliver/KU Singh............................................................................................................ 8 Will Reynolds/Garrett Brasseaux...................................................................................... 9 Campbell Johnson/Hernus Pieters....................................................................................10 Eric Diaz/Nathan Pasha/Casey Kay...............................................................................11 Manuel Diaz................................................................................................................... 12-13 Will Glenn/Justin Pickham.................................................................................................14 Administration/Support Staff............................................................................................15

2010-11 SEASON 2010-11 Statistics...............................................................................................................16

TENNIS STAFF Head Coach.................................................. Manuel Diaz (Georgia ‘75) • 24th season record at Georgia........................................................................533-114 (.824) career record.....................................................................................................same Associate Head Coach............................... Will Glenn • Seventh season (Georgia ‘02) Volunteer Coach......................................................................Justin Pickham • First season Administrative Assistant................................................................................Lynn Steedman Tennis Office/Fax.......................................................................... (706) 542-9348/8062

HONORS AND AWARDS All-SEC Selections................................................................................................................17 Honors and Awards.............................................................................................................18 All-Americans........................................................................................................................19

HISTORY AND RECORDS Year-by-Year Results.................................................................................................... 20-24 Lettermen...............................................................................................................................25 NCAA Tournament Results..................................................................................................26 NCAA Singles Results................................................................................................... 27-28 NCAA Doubles Results.........................................................................................................29 NCAA Championships.........................................................................................................30 Individual National Champions.........................................................................................31 SEC Championships..............................................................................................................32 Record vs. All Opponents...................................................................................................33 ITA Events...............................................................................................................................34 Regional Tournament...........................................................................................................35 Dan Magill Tennis Complex...............................................................................................36

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS Ben Beaty (Asst. Sports Communications Director).................bbeaty@sports.uga.edu Kate Burkholder (Asst. SCD/Social Media)..........................kateburk@sports.uga.edu Office Phone................................................................................................(706) 542-1621 Fax.................................................................................................................(706) 542-9339

THE 2012 SQUAD Starters returning/lost.......................................................................................................4/2 Letterwinners returning/lost.............................................................................................9/2 Newcomers.............................................................................................................................. 2 Returning Starters (2010 Record)...............................................Sadio Doumbia (34-12) ............................................................................................................... Wil Spencer (35-13) ......................................................................................................... Ignacio Taboada (29-7) ............................................................................................................ Hernus Pieters (31-10)

2010-11 SEASON REVIEW Final Record......................................................................................................................24-6 SEC Record........................................................................................................................10-1 SEC Finish.................................................................................................... T1st Overall/East Postseason................................................................................................... NCAA Semifinals Final Ranking....................................................................................................................No. 5 Notable Accomplishments............. Reached NCAA Semifinal (fifth time in six seasons) ..................................................................................................won 33rd SEC championship ....................................................................................... posted a 14-match winning streak .......................... Javier Garrapiz/Drake Bernstein won 100th career singles matches ............................................................... three All-Americans; five players with 30+ wins ......... final ranking of No. 5; Spencer No. 14 singles; Garrapiz/Pieters No. 6 doubles

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

The 2010-11 Georgia Men’s Tennis Media Guide is published by the UGA Sports Communications Department of the University of Georgia Athletic Association, Greg McGarity, Director. The media guide was written, designed and edited by Ben Beaty and Kate Burkholder on Adobe InDesign. Cover artwork by Summit Athletic Media. Printing by Ebsco Media, Birmingham, Ala. Photography provided by David Bohrer, Steve Colquitt, Ashley Connell, John Curry, Brett Davis, Donavan Eason, Dan Evans, Phillip Faulkner, Joel Gibson, Steve Guyer, Rebecca Hay, Bill Kallenberg, Dave Marck, Perry McIntyre, Parker Moore, Radi Nabulsi, Lesley Onstott, Evan Stichler, Ashley Strickland, Brian Tirpak, Scott Trubey, Julianne Upchurch, Kevin Works, Kelly Wegel, Dylan Wilson and the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Special thanks to Bill Kallenberg and Whitney Tarpy.

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2011-12 SCHEDULE & ROSTER Date Sept. 2-3 Sept. 23-26 Oct. 1-3 Oct. 3-9 Oct. 21-24 Nov. 3-6 Nov. 4-6 Jan. 13-16 Jan. 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Feb. 17-20 Feb. 27 March 2 March 4 March 9 March 11 March 14 March 21 March 23 March 25 March 30 April 1 April 6 April 8 April 14 April 19-22 May 11-13 May 18-22 May 23-28

Name Garrett Brasseaux Eric Diaz Sadio Doumbia Campbell Johnson Casey Kay Will Oliver Nathan Pasha Hernus Pieters Will Reynolds KU Singh Wil Spencer Ignacio Taboada

Height 5-7 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-3 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-0

Opponent/Tournament UGA/Boise State Kickoff Classic Southern Intercollegiate Championships Georgia Tech Fall Invitational ITA All-American Championships ITA Southeast Regional ITA National Indoors Singles & Doubles Bulldog Scramble SEC Coaches Indoor Tournament Clemson TCU (ITA Kickoff) Nebraska/Virginia Tech (ITA Kickoff) East Tennessee State William & Mary Georgia Tech ITA National Team Indoors Furman at South Carolina* at Florida* Mississippi State* Ole Miss* Wake Forest Ohio State Arkansas* at LSU* Kentucky* Vanderbilt* at Alabama* at Auburn* at Tennessee* SEC Tournament NCAA First & Second Rounds NCAA Championships (Team) NCAA Championships (Singles & Doubles)

Class So. RFr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. RSo. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Site Time Atlanta, Ga. All Day Athens, Ga. All Day Atlanta, Ga. All Day Tulsa, Okla. All Day Athens, Ga. All Day New York All Day Athens, Ga. All Day Lexington, Ky. All Day Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 4:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 4:00 p.m. Charlottesville, Va. All Day Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Columbia, S.C. 2:30 p.m. Gainesville, Fla. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 5:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 4:00 p.m. Auburn, Ala. 2:00 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1:00 p.m. Starkville, Miss. TBA TBA TBA Athens, Ga. TBA Athens, Ga. TBA

Hometown/Previous School Mandeville, La./St. Paul’s School Athens, Ga./Monsignor Donovan Toulouse, France/Auburn Montgomery Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Bridgeway Academy Atlanta, Ga./Alpharetta High San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Atlanta, Ga./Kaplan Online Pretoria, South Africa/Hoerskool Waterkloof Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian Gurgaon, Haryana, India/Nat’ Inst. of Open Schooling Ponce de Leon, Fla./Texas A&M Atlanta, Ga./University of Miami

Head Coach: Manuel Diaz (24th season) Pronunciation Guide Associate Head Coach: Will Glenn (Seventh season) Brasseaux: Bra-SOH Volunteer Coach: Justin Pickham (First season) Sadio Doumbia: SAH-dio DOOM-bee-uh Manager: Matt Jackson Pasha: PAHSH-uh Athletic Trainer: Jared Maisel KU Singh: K-U Diaz: DEE-az Ignacio Taboada: Ig-NA-see-oh Ta-BWAH-da

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MEDIA INFORMATION COVERING GEORGIA TENNIS

GAMEDAY MEDIA SERVICES

Media covering Georgia tennis in need of assistance beyond this media guide, including photographs, interviews, etc., should please contact: Ben Beaty or Kate Burkholder UGA Sports Communications Office Phone: (706) 542-1621 Email: bbeaty@sports.uga.edu/kateburk@sports.uga.edu Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens, Ga. 30603

All recognized media personnel and photographers are invited to work in the press box located atop the grandstands. Credentials are not required for regularseason matches. The press box is equipped with high-speed wireless and hard-wired internet connections as well as three telephone lines, all of which are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Final box scores, media guides, updated game notes and statistics for both Georgia and its visitng opponents will be available in the press box. Following each game, a recap will be emailed to the media and posted on www.georgiadogs.com, the official website of Georgia athletics. The website will also include a box score and updated statistics. If you would like to be included on the email list, please contact UGA Sports Communications.

COACH & PLAYER INTERVIEWS Throughout the season, the Bulldogs will practice from approximately 2:00-4:30 p.m. at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. All practices are open to the media unless otherwise specified. Interviews will generally be conducted following practice. However, other arrangements can be made by contacting UGA Sports Communications. Media desiring to conduct interviews over the phone should make arrangements through the Sports Communications office as well. These will be conducted according to Coach Diaz and the players’ availability, usually just prior to, or just after, practice sessions.

PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO Only recognized photographers and videographers have permission to shoot on the courts. All photographers wishing to shoot at practice or at games must check in with UGA Sports Communications before doing so. To shoot practice, please contact UGA Sports Communications. On gamedays, photographers may call, email or check in directly with the press box prior to or during the match. Photographers and videographers will be allowed to shoot from court-level, provided that they follow specific rules set forth by the UGA Sports Communications and UGA Event Management staff.

POSTMACH INTERVIEWS Media in the press box area will be surveyed at the conclusion of the match to determine which players are needed for interviews. All interviews will be conducted on the courts and will be arranged by UGA Sports Communications.

LIVE VIDEO All six stadium courts at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex feature video cameras that stream live action to the internet during every home event. The video streams can be accessed through www.georgiadogs.com.

DIRECTIONS From Atlanta: Take I-85 North to Highway 316 (signs to Athens). Continue on 316 approximately 40 miles. Turn right on the Athens Bypass (Loop 10) southbound. Take the Milledge Avenue exit and turn left at the bottom of the ramp. Follow Milledge until you reach Five Points, a five-way intersection. Take a right onto Lumpkin Street. After one traffic light, take a right onto Pinecrest. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Rutherford. The complex is two blocks ahead on the right, next to Foley Field. From Points North: From I-85 South, exit onto State Route 106 at Exit 166. Follow this road to Athens (no turns), where the road becomes North Ave. When you reach downtown Athens, North Ave. becomes Thomas Street and then East Campus Road. Follow East Campus Road for several miles and then turn right onto Carlton Street. Turn left onto Smith Street. Follow behind the Coliseum, then turn left onto Rutherford. The complex is two blocks ahead on the left, next to Foley Field.

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2012 OUTLOOK Coming off another NCAA semifinal trip and an SEC championship last year, how would you assess the kind of fall this team had? Manuel Diaz: I think the fall went great. We just had tremendous leadership. We really established new records for our team in our conditioning workouts. Our team this fall was the fittest coming in I’ve ever seen. They blew away all of our previous standards. Every single guy made every single mark that [strength and conditioning coach] Katrin Koch laid out for us, so much so that she continued to come back to me to ask if we needed to change our requirements because that’s how much they were blowing away our workouts. It is just a very focused and hard-working team, and I think looking forward that has got to be our mindset. We are going to work really hard, we know that, and we are going to be a very deep and talented team. We need to go out there and play hard, play together, and have fun. That’s what I’m really looking forward to this spring. You’ve got an interesting situation this season with three seniors, all of whom transferred to Georgia from other institutions last year. Can you talk about Wil, Nacho, and Sadio and what they’ve meant to the program? MD: It is a pretty unique situation. It’s something you definitely don’t plan on, but when you have an opportunity to land kids with the high character that these three guys bring, and the work ethic – we’ve been very fortunate. It’s important that they bring everybody else along with them. That’s been pretty easy, with guys like Hernus [Pieters] and [Nathan] Pasha and the other young guys, they’ve gotten swept up in this environment. I think we’re going to have fun this season within our team philosophy. It’s a group that we’re looking forward to seeing in action as a team and it all starts with our seniors. Wil Spencer just won a championship for the United States at the Master’U tournament in France and he won the back draw at the National Indoors last month. Talk about Wil and what you expect from him in 2012 as he seems to be peaking in his senior year. MD: Wil is becoming more and more of a complete player. He has become a lot more confident. Innately, he is very competitive and very physical. He is an athlete. He has a skill set that you look for in every player. He can run like the wind, he’s strong and very competitive, so for us it’s been more of a process of trying to get him to be more offensive-minded. We’re trying to get him to stay focused on developing a better serve so he can get some more cheap points and have him compete with a more aggressive mindset. Whereas he naturally tries to use his speed in a defensive manner to get you to hit one more ball – he would love

to play forever – we are trying to get him to become capable of being a lethal player in transition and to be able to close some points at the net. It doesn’t have to be every point. But we are trying to make him a more complete player to give him the best opportunity if he wants to try to play professionally after college. What does it mean for the team and the season to know that you will be hosting the NCAA Championships again? MD: It’s funny, because two years ago we had players that were really looking forward to the NCAA’s being here because they knew what it was about. But this year, most of our guys have not played in the tournament here, so while they are looking forward to it, we have to help them mentally prepare for what it’s really like. We are extremely excited, but most of our guys only know about what they’ve heard about it. Will [Reynolds] and Will [Oliver] played here as freshmen in 2010, but that’s it. They will be a great resource and we’ll certainly talk about that. The mindset will have to be handling the pressure of knowing the tournament is in Athens, and all the distractions. It will be imperative that we are focused and able to concentrate on the things that will help us succeed. Your teams have been to five of the last six NCAA final fours. Is this team capable of getting back to that level and getting over the hump to win another championship? MD: I think they have an opportunity to get back there. They’re hungry for more than that. I believe if we continue to sacrifice and become disciplined and continue to work on our weaknesses, we can become a possible contender for a national championship. I believe, though, that our conference is going to be brutal. We possibly could have six out of the top 10 teams in the country. Kentucky is going to have the best team they’ve ever had, Ole Miss is good enough to be in the top four, Florida is going to make a push, Mississippi State will probably have the best team they’ve had in 40 years – I believe they’ll be top 10 or 12 or even better. LSU is much improved from last year. Our conference tournament is going to be brutal, but it will prepare us well. We have to try to make it one at a time and of course our goal is always to win the conference. What this team is going to have going for it is that while we don’t have an established #1 doubles team, we have the capability of having different people playing with different partners. We’ll have more flexibility with our doubles this year, and that might be a strength for us.

The 2011-12 senior class (L-R): Sadio Doumbia, Wil Spencer, Ignacio Taboada. All three transferred to Georgia from other institutions in 2010 and will lead the pack in its quest for yet another championship.

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Sadio Doumbia Senior • 6-1 • Toulouse, France 2011 FALL (SENIOR) • Went 13-6 on his senior fall, including four wins over nationally-ranked opponents • Earned trip to All-American Championships in Tulsa, where he won his first round match over 25th-ranked Luka Somen of Virginia Tech • Reached semifinals of ITA Southeast Regional in

2008-09 (FRESHMAN AT AUM) • Played at Nos. 3 and 4 and compiled an 11-1 record PREP • Participated in the French federation program for eight years and was a top-five junior player in France

Athens • Reached consolation final of USTA/ITA National Indoors in New York City, where he fell to teammate Wil Spencer • Ranked No. 24 in preseason singles poll and No. 17 in doubles with Ignacio Taboada 2010-11 (JUNIOR) • Finished 34-12 in singles and 25-11 in doubles • Voted to the All-SEC Second Team • Transferred to Georgia in the summer of 2010 after playing two seasons at Auburn Montgomery (NAIA) • Posted a singles record of 14-4 during the fall, including three wins over ranked opponents; went 7-3 in doubles • Reached the quarterfinals of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships in Athens • Earned a place in the main draw of the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa with three straight-set wins in the qualifier • Played in the NCAA singles tournament in Palo Alto, Calif. • Finished ranked No. 53 in singles • SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE AT AUM) • Finished the season ranked No. 6 nationally in the NAIA • Preseason No. 14 and was ranked has high as No. 5 during the regular season • Played at Nos. 1 and 2 and was named first team All-American • Helped lead the Senators to the NAIA National Championship with a 21-1 singles record • Claimed a 6-4, 6-2 win over Armstrong Atlantic’s Miik Irdoja, who finished the season ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division II • Named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team • Named to the Dean’s List three times at AUM with an overall grade point average of 3.85. DOUMBIA’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2008-09 7-1 N/A N/A N/A -- 0-1 3-0 4-0 -- -- N/A 2009-10 17-1 N/A N/A N/A 6-0 8-1 2-0 1-0 -- -- N/A 2010-11 34-12 18-6 16-6 9-2 1-0 1-0 15-6 1-0 -- -- 6-9 Fall 2011 13-6 -- 13-6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-5 Total 71-20 18-6 29-12 9-2 7-0 9-2 20-6 6-0 -- -- 10-15 DOUMBIA’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2008-09 8-5 N/A N/A N/A -- 3-1 5-4 N/A 2009-10 18-3 N/A N/A N/A 3-0 3-0 12-3 N/A 2010-11 26-12 17-8 9-4 8-3 1-0 16-8 -- 4-6 Fall 2011 9-3 -- 9-3 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 61-23 17-8 18-7 8-3 4-0 22-9 17-7 5-7

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Wil Spencer

Senior • 5-11 • Ponce de Leon, Fla. 2011 FALL (SENIOR) • Went 17-2 in singles on the fall season, including 12-1 vs. ranked opponents to lead the team • Won two matches at the season-opening Kickoff Classic vs. Boise State in Atlanta • Won six matches in a row to capture the 2011 Southern Intercollegiate singles crown on his home courts, including a straight-set victory over third-ranked Eric Quigley of Kentucky in the final • Reached finals of ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa • Won the consolation draw of the USTA/ITA National Indoor in New York City, including a win over teammate Sadio Doumbia in the finals • Helped the United States to the Master’U BNP Paribas title Dec. 11 in Rouen, France, winning all three of his singles matches including rallying from down 4-1 with the US already down 3-0 to France in the finals, sparking the comeback • Ranked No. 6 in singles in the preseason ITA poll

2010-11 (JUNIOR) • Transferred to Georgia for the fall after taking a year off in 2009-10 and playing two seasons at Texas A&M • Reached the semifinals of the season-opening Southern Intercollegiates Sept. 24-27 in Athens • Defeated Maryland’s Tommy Laine 6-4, 6-2 in the consolation draw of the ITA All-America Championships in Tulsa after entering in the qualifying draw • Became the 10th Georgia men’s tennis player to win the singles crown at the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional, using straight-set scores of 6-4 and 6-2 to defeat 43rd-ranked Clint Bowles of Florida State in the finals to secure a place in the National Indoor tournament in New York City • Won a match at the National Indoors Nov. 4-7 at the prestigious Billie Jean King Tennis Center • Continued his success in the spring season, going 35-13 in singles and 27-11 in doubles, the team high in both categories • Team-best 17 wins over ranked opponents • Clinched five matches, including Georgia’s 4-3 thriller over Tennessee in the NCAA quarterfinals with a third-set win over JP Smith • Participated in the NCAA singles draw • SEC Indoor singles champion with a win over No. 2 Eric Quigley of UK • Reached as high as No. 12 in singles rankings and finished at No. 14 • Voted to the All-SEC First Team

• Southeast Region Osuna Award recipient for sportsmanship and leadership characteristics • Attained All-America status by virtue of finishing in top 20 of final singles poll • SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE AT TEXAS A&M) • Compiled a 24-12 singles record and finished the season ranked No. 51 • Played five matches at No. 2 and 16 matches at No. 3 • Was ranked as high as No. 8 in the country in January of 2009 • Tallied 10 wins over nationally ranked opponents in leading the Aggies to the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 2007-08 (FRESHMAN AT TEXAS A&M) • Joined the team in January 2008 • Compiled a 13-11 overall record in singles playing primarily at the No. 2 and No. 3 lines • Defeated three nationally-ranked opponents during the season • Went 2-4 against Big 12 competition including an upset of No. 34-ranked Ivan Puchkarov of Oklahoma State on March 30 • Was ranked as high as No. 90 nationally in singles and No. 55 nationally in doubles with teammate Austin Krajicek • Clinched the Oklahoma match for the Aggies • Posted the fourth-highest doubles record on the team with a 11-13 overall mark

SPENCER’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. Conf. 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2007-08 13-11 13-11 -- 2-4 -- 6-8 7-3 -- -- -- -2008-09 24-12 13-8 11-4 5-1 -- 3-2 10-6 -- -- -- -2010-11 35-13 18-8 17-5 8-3 10-7 8-1 -- -- -- -- 17-11 Fall 2011 17-2 -- 17-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 12-1 Total 89-38 44-27 45-11 15-8 10-7 17-11 17-9 -- -- -- 29-12 SPENCER’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. Conf. 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2007-08 11-13 11-13 -- 4-2 3-6 7-4 -- -2008-09 14-12 12-9 2-3 2-3 -- 4-4 8-5 -2010-11 28-12 21-8 7-4 7-3 -- 2-0 19-8 2-3 Fall 2011 8-2 -- 8-2 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 61-39 44-30 17-9 13-8 3-6 13-8 27-13 3-4 6

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Ignacio Taboada Senior • 6-0 • Atlanta, Ga. 2011 FALL (SENIOR) • Went 11-4 on the fall, including 6-3 vs. ranked opponents • Reached the semifinals of the Southern Intercollegiates • Received a bid to the ITA All-America Championships, where he won his first round match • Reached the finals of the ITA Southeast Regional • Ranked No. 110 in singles and No. 17 in doubles with Sadio Doumbia in the preseason ITA polls 2010-11 (JUNIOR) • Ended his first season at Georgia on a seven-match winning streak, finishing at 29-7 including 18-8 in dual matches and 9-2 at No. 6 for the Bulldogs • Transferred to Georgia in the fall after playing the previous two seasons at Miami • Went 11-3 on the fall, closing it out on a five-match winning streak • Reached the semifinals of the Georgia Tech Invitational after entering as the No. 5 seed Oct. 2-4, winning three matches • Won five matches at the Bulldog Scramble, three in straight sets

• Won two matches in straight sets during the pre-qualifying round of the All-Ame rican Championships • Defeated Tennessee Tech’s Mario Gutierrez, 6-7, 6-1, 6-0 in the first round of the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, and then bounced back from a secondround loss to advance to the consolation finals • Knocked off Auburn’s Alexander Stamchev and Florida’s No. 108 Jeff Dadamo to advance to the Seminole Invitational’s Round of Eight • Put together a 3-3 record with Keith Crowley and a 1-1 mark with David Simon in doubles competition • With Crowley, downed duos from Florida A&M and UAB to advance to the semifinals of the Seminole Invitational, where they fell to Louisville’s 26th-ranked tandem of Simon Childs and Austen Childs

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE AT MIAMI) • Posted a solid 3-0 singles record in tournament competition at the USF Fall Invitational, including a pair of straight-set wins over LSU’s Stefan Szacinski, 7-5, 7-4, and USF’s Mark Oljaca, 6-2, 6-3 • Also competed in doubles with Waylon Chin and Carl Sundberg • Went 13-7 as a sophomore for the Hurricanes, including 4-2 at No. 5 and 6-3 at No. 6 during the dual match season • In doubles he played primarily at No. 3 where he went 6-2 with partner Carl Sundberg 2008-09 (FRESHMAN AT MIAMI) • The first freshman to post 20 wins since Josh Cohen accomplished the feat in 2003-04 and is the 21st in Miami history - but is one of just nine Miami freshmen in program history to reach the 23-win mark in their debut • Among three Hurricanes to win at least 20 singles matches in 2008-09, finishing the season 23-12 - including a 12-7 record in dual matches and a 5-3 mark versus league competition in his inaugural spring season • After winning a team-high 11 matches during fall play, the true freshman -- who has competed in every position between No. 2 and 6 -- won five-straight matches to open the spring • Earned his team-high tying 23rd win of the season - and his seventh straight with a straight-sets 6-1, 6-4 victory over No. 53 Columbia’s Rajeev Deb-Sen at No. 6 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • Posted an 8-9 mark in doubles play, including a 1-1 record in ACC competition with Carl Sundberg • During the fall, put together winning streaks of six and four straight TABOADA’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2008-09 23-12 12-7 11-5 5-3 -- 2-0 3-2 0-2 2-0 5-3 0-2 2009-10 13-7 10-3 3-0 6-4 -- -- -- 0-2 4-2 6-3 0-1 2010-11 29-7 16-3 13-4 7-1 -- 1-0 -- 1-0 5-1 9-2 1-1 Fall 2011 11-4 -- 11-4 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6-3 Total 76-30 38-13 38-13 18-8 -- 3-0 3-2 1-4 11-3 20-8 7-7 TABOADA’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2008-09 8-9 4-5 4-4 1-1 -- 0-2 4-3 0-2 2009-10 6-8 6-5 0-3 3-1 -- -- 6-5 -2010-11 30-11 18-8 12-3 8-3 1-0 16-8 1-0 4-5 Fall 2011 10-3 -- 9-3 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 54-31 28-18 25-13 12-5 1-0 16-10 11-8 5-8

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2011-12 BULLDOGS

Will Oliver

Junior • 5-8 • San Antonio, Texas 2011 FALL (JUNIOR) • Won two matches at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational • Defeated GSU’s Ismael Lahlou in the Bulldog Scramble on the strength of a 12-10 third-set tiebreaker 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) • Won two matches at the season-opening Southern Intercollegiates • Did not see action during the spring; finished the fall 2-7 in singles and 1-1 in doubles 2009-10 (FRESHMAN) • Saw significant action as a rookie, competing in 10 singles matches and 13 doubles, eight of which were dual matches

• Captured the first singles win of his career with a 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 victory over Moritz Dettinger of Clemson at the Bulldog Scramble PREP • 2008 Spenco ITF Doubles Champion • 2008 Hawaii ITF Doubles Finalist • 2008 Casablanca International Junior Open Doubles Semifinalist • 2008 Tennis Express ITF Doubles Semifinalist • 2006 Texas 4A District Champion, Regional Finalist and Third Place at State Singles Championship as a freshman • Ranked No. 8 in the Boys’ 18s USTA Texas Section before being sidelined for seven months with knee surgery • Ranked No. 1 in the USTA Super National Boys’ 16 Doubles • Ranked the No. 9 recruit in the Gulf States by TennisRecruiting.net

OLIVER’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2009-10 1-9 0-4 1-5 0-3 -- -- -- -- -- 0-4 -2010-11 2-7 -- 2-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Fall 2011 4-6 -- 4-6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Total 7-22 0-4 7-18 0-3 -- -- -- -- -- 0-4 -OLIVER’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2009-10 2-11 2-6 0-4 1-2 -- -- 2-6 -2010-11 1-1 -- 1-1 -- -- -- -- -- Fall 2011 2-4 -- 2-4 -- -- -- -- -- Total 5-16 2-6 3-9 1-2 -- -- 2-6 --

KU Singh

Junior • 5-10 • Gurgaon, Haryana, India 2011-12 (JUNIOR) • Joined the team in January, 2012 after transferring from Illinois

2009-10 (FRESHMAN AT ILLINOIS) • Did not compete

2010-11 (SOPHOMORE AT ILLINOIS) • Made collegiate debut in the spring and finished 8-5 in singles for the dual season, playing at the Nos. 2-3 spots • Went 4-1 in conference play • Named Player to Watch by his teammates • Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors

PREP • Captured two singles and three doubles titles at junior International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournaments • Advanced to the quarterfinals at two Futures tournaments in August and October of 2009

SINGH’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. Conf. 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2010-11 8-5 8-5 -- 4-1 -- 4-2 4-3 -- -- -- 2-3 Total 8-5 8-5 -- 4-1 -- 4-2 4-3 -- -- -- 2-3 SINGH’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. Conf. 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2010-11 4-4 4-4 -- 1-3 -- 0-3 4-1 -Total 4-4 4-4 -- 1-3 -- 0-3 4-1 -- 8

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2011-12 BULLDOGS

Will Reynolds

R-Sophomore • 6-1 • Chattanooga, Tenn. 2011 FALL (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE) • Won two matches at Georgia Tech Fall Invitational • Won opening match at Bulldog Scramble • Reached the quarterfinals in doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional with Campbell Johnson, falling to teammates Ignacio Taboada and Hernus Pieters, 8-4 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) • Redshirted the season and did not see action • SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll 2009-10 (FRESHMAN) • Saw significant action as a freshman, winning six singles matches and two doubles throughout the fall and spring

• Was a regular at No. 6 singles for the Bulldogs by the end of the spring PREP • 2009 CCS Principal’s Award • 2009 Lurone Jennings, Sr. Community Service Award • 2009 Tennessee State Qualifying Singles Champion • 2009 Best of Preps Player of the Year and Guerry Award for Tennis • 2008 and 2009 Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps Team • 2008 Tennessee TSSAA Singles Champion - Singles (CCS) • 2008 Tennessee State Qualifying Singles Finalist • 2008 Ranked Top 15 in the Boys’ 18s USTA Southern District • Ranked No. 8 in the Boys’ 18s USTA Texas Section before being sidelined for seven months with knee surgery • Ranked No. 1 in the USTA Super National Boys’ 16 Doubles • Ranked the No. 9 recruit in the Gulf States by TennisRecruiting.net

REYNOLDS’ CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2009-10 6-12 1-6 5-6 0-1 -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-6 0-2 2010-11 N/A Fall 2011 4-8 -- 4-8 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Total 10-20 1-6 9-14 0-1 -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-6 0-2 REYNOLDS’ CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2009-10 2-4 1-0 1-4 -- -- -- 1-0 -2010-11 N/A Fall 2011 4-2 -- 4-2 -- -- -- -- -Total 6-6 1-0 5-6 -- -- -- 1-0 --

Garrett Brasseaux Sophomore • 5-7 • Mandeville, La. 2011 FALL (SOPHOMORE) • Won three singles matches - one in the main draw - at the Georgia Tech Fall Invite • Reached the doubles finals at Georgia Tech, falling 8-4 to Alabama team • Reached the doubles finals of the ITA Southeast Regional with Wil Spencer 2010-11 (FRESHMAN) • Went 4-5 in singles and 4-4 in doubles • Won two matches at the Southern Intercollegiates to open his Bulldog career • Defeated 96th-ranked Carl Sundberg of Miami in the Round of 64 at the ITA

Southeast Regional • Saw action in two dual matches, winning both at the No. 6 spot • Clinched in Georgia’s 7-0 sweep of South Carolina April 10 that secured the SEC regular-season title PREP • Ranked No. 1 player in Louisiana and the No. 17 player in the U.S. • Played in International Tennis Federation tournaments in North America, South America and Europe, and has one singles title and two doubles titles • Ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section and was a state champion as a freshman

BRASSEAUX’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2010-11 6-5 2-0 4-5 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 -Fall 2011 4-4 -- 4-4 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Total 10-9 2-0 8-9 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 -- BRASSEAUX’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2010-11 6-6 2-0 4-6 -- -- -- 2-0 1-0 Fall 2011 9-3 -- 9-3 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 15-9 2-0 13-9 -- -- -- 2-- 2-1

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2011-12 BULLDOGS

Campbell Johnson

Sophomore • 5-9 • Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 2011 FALL (SOPHOMORE) • Won five-straight sinlges matches to win the Georgia Tech Invitational crown • Reached the round of 16 in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles at the Southern Intercollegiates • Reached the round of 16 in singles at the ITA Southeast Regional • Reached the quarterfinals in doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional with Will Reynolds, falling to teammates Ignacio Taboada and Hernus Pieters, 8-4 2010-11 (FRESHMAN) • Won four matches at the Southern Intercollegiates, advancing to the semifinals against teammate Hernus Pieters • Advanced to the quarterfinals of the GT Invitational

• Won three of five matches during the Bulldog Scramble, all of the wins coming in straight sets • Finished at 19-8 on the season, including 6-1 in dual matches and 3-0 in SEC play • Winner of five in a row • Won at No. 6 singles vs. Kentucky in Georgia’s 4-3 comeback victory PREP: • Ranked No. 6 in California and No. 18 nationally • Spent the majority of 2009 on the ITF circuit, playing tournaments in Canada, Mexico, El Salvador and Costa Rica as well as traveling most of the United States • Ranked No. 4 in Southern California, considered to be the toughest and deepest section in the nation

JOHNSON’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2010-11 19-8 6-1 13-7 3-0 -- -- -- -- 2-0 4-1 0-1 Fall 2011 9-2 -- 9-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 Total 28-10 6-1 22-9 3-0 -- -- -- -- 2-0 4-1 0-2 JOHNSON’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2010-11 4-7 -- 4-7 -- -- -- -- 1-0 Fall 2011 4-3 -- 4-3 -- -- -- -- -Total 8-10 -- 8-10 -- -- -- -- 1-0

Hernus Pieters

Sophomore • 6-2 • Pretoria, South Africa 2011 FALL (SOPHOMORE) • Reached the quarterfinals of the Southern Intercollegiates • Earned a bid to the ITA All-America championships and won two singles matches; also won a consolation round match in doubles with Nathan Pasha • Reached the semifinals of both singles and doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional • Went a perfect 6-0 in his matches at the Bulldog Scramble, named the event’s champion • Ranked No. 107 in singles and No. 24 in doubles with Pasha in the preseason ITA polls

2010-11 (FRESHMAN) • Finished freshman season at 31-10 in both singles and doubles • Earned All-America honors in doubles after being seeding fourth with Javier Garrapiz in the NCAA doubles tournament at Stanford • 12-2 in singles and 10-0 in doubles during the fall, including 6-0 with Garrapiz • Defeated Vanderbilt’s Alex Zotov, 7-6(4), 6-3, to capture the Division II singles title at the Southern Intercollegiates before coming back to win the doubles title with Garrapiz • Reached the finals of the GT Invitational • Won a pair of matches at the Bulldog Scramble • SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 23 • SEC Indoor doubles champion with Javier Garrapiz • Two wins over ranked opponents and five clinchers during the spring • Voted to the All-SEC Freshman Team • 2011 ITA Southeast Region Freshman of the Year • SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

PIETERS’ CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2010-11 31-10 18-7 13-3 5-4 -- -- 1-0 1-0 9-7 7-0 1-3 Fall 2011 13-3 -- 13-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-3 Total 44-13 18-7 26-6 5-4 -- -- 1-0 1-0 9-7 7-0 4-6 PIETERS’ CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2010-11 31-10 17-9 14-1 9-2 16-9 -- 1-0 11-7 Fall 2011 8-4 -- 8-4 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 39-14 17-9 22-5 9-2 16-9 -- 1-0 12-8 10

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2011-12 BULLDOGS

Eric Diaz

R-Freshman • 6-2 • Athens, Ga. 2011 FALL (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) • Won a match at the season-opening Kickoff Classic vs. Boise State • Reached the singles semifinals and the doubles finals at Georgia Tech • Won two qualifying matches at ITA Southeast Regional, then reached round of 32

PREP • Most decorated athlete in Monsignor school history after winning three-straight Georgia Independent School Association individual titles for the Rams • Was ranked fifth in the state of Georgia

2010-11 (FRESHMAN) • Redshirted the season and did not see action DIAZ’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank 2010-11 N/A Fall 2011 9-7 -- 9-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Total 9-7 -- 9-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -DIAZ’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank 2010-11 N/A Fall 2011 9-4 -- 9-4 -- -- -- -- -Total 9-4 -- 9-4 -- -- -- -- --

Nathan Pasha Freshman • 6-3 • Atlanta, Ga. 2011 FALL (FRESHMAN) • Started off his Georgia career with two singles and one doubles win in the season-opening Kickoff Classic vs. Boise State in his hometown of Atlanta • Reached the doubles quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regional • Won a total of five matches at the Bulldog Scramble to close the fall • Ranked No. 24 in doubles with Hernus Pieters in the preseason ITA poll

PREP • Five-star prospect from Atlanta, ranked No. 1 in the state of Georgia in his class, No. 2 in the Southeast and No. 5 in the nation by TennisRecruiting.net • Competed in the men’s doubles draw of the 2010 US Open • Doubles champion of the 2010 USTA Boys 18s National Hardcourt Championships in Kalamzoo, Mich. • Won numerous national opens including USTA Boys 14s National Winter Championship

PASHA’S CAREER SINGLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank Fall 2011 8-4 -- 8-4 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2 Total 8-4 -- 8-4 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2 PASHA’S CAREER DOUBLES STATS Year Overall Dual Tourn. SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank Fall 2011 7-6 -- 7-6 -- -- -- -- 1-1 Total 7-6 -- 7-6 -- -- -- -- 1-1

Casey Kay

Freshman • 5-10 • Atlanta, Ga. PREP • Rated the No. 3 prospect in Georgia according to TennisRecruiting.net • Ranked as high as No. 24 nationally in 2011 • Reached the semifinals of two USTA National Opens

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COACHES

Manuel Diaz Head Coach 24th Season

In his 23rd season as the Georgia men’s tennis coach and one of only two coaches in program history, former Bulldog Manuel Diaz guided the team to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time in six seasons. Following the 2010-11 season, Diaz owns an overall record of 533-114 (.824), good for the ninth most wins among active coaches. The 2011 season saw Diaz and the Bulldogs secure the program’s 26th regular-season and 33rd overall Southeastern Conference title before the run in the NCAA Championships. With a final ranking of No. 5 in 2011, Diaz’s teams have finished in the top-five of the ITA rankings four of the last six years. In 2010, Diaz became just the sixth head coach in Georgia history to notch 500 career wins as the accolades continue to pile up for one of the nation’s top coaches. Manuel Diaz led the Bulldogs to their second consecutive NCAA Championship in 2008. The sixth NCAA team championship title in school history, Diaz has accounted for four of them as the head coach (1999, 2001, 2007, 2008). He was also an assistant coach under Dan Magill on both of the other winning squads (1985, 1987). Diaz is currently one of only two active head coaches to win multiple NCAA championships (USC’s Peter Smith). Diaz coached the Dogs to their third consecutive SEC Championship in 2008, earning what was then the 25th regular-season championship in school history, far and away the most of any conference school. His teams have also claimed a conference-leading seven SEC Tournament championships. Combined, Georgia has claimed 33 SEC championship titles and has doubled up to win both championships in the same year six times. In addition to his four NCAA Championships, Diaz’s teams have reached the NCAA finals seven other times: 1989, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2002, and 2006. Since 2006, Diaz has coached his team to a remarkable 159-22 record that includes an undefeated 32-0 National Championship season in 2007. Georgia was also 30-1 in 2006, with its lone loss coming in the NCAA Finals. From April 23, 2005 to March 19, 2010, Diaz coached the Dogs to 71 straight wins at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, the second-longest home winning streak in program history. Diaz led Georgia to 11 consecutive national top-five finishes from 1989 to 1999, a feat no other school in the country can match. Diaz’s Bulldogs won the program’s first-ever triple crown of tennis in 2001, as the team won its second national title in three years, while Matias Boeker won the NCAA singles crown and teamed with Travis Parrott for the doubles championship. It was only the third time since 1977 that such a feat had been accomplished. Diaz has led Georgia to 13 regular season SEC titles in his 21 seasons to go along with seven SEC Tournament titles. He was named SEC Coach of the Year in 1989, 1995, 2001, 2006 and 2007. Under Diaz, Georgia has seen 30 different players earn 64 All-America honors. This total ranks tied for second behind Stanford for most All-Americans nationally in that time period. Diaz has also coached six of Georgia’s seven fourtime All-Americans, including: Al Parker (1988-91), Mike Sell (1992-95), Jamie Laschinger (1993-96), Steven Baldas (1995-98), Bo Hodge (2001-04) and most recently John Isner (2004-07).

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Under Diaz, Georgia has been among the most nationally-televised collegiate programs. Georgia made history in 2007, when its national championship win in Athens at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex became the first collegiate tennis match ever to be televised live. The production was carried on ESPNU. The Bulldogs have had a player in the NCAA singles finals in 1991, 1992, 1993, 2002 and 2007, and appeared in the team final in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2007 and 2008, all of which have been televised by ESPN. In 2005, Isner and Antonio Ruiz’s doubles win was televised by The Tennis Channel. Georgia had a player in the team, singles and doubles finals in 2001, but those matches were not televised. Diaz is a respected and honored leader in collegiate tennis including being selected as the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year in 1995, 2001 and 2007. He was inducted into the State of Georgia Hall of Fame in the fall of 2000. For his outstanding contribution to tennis in his home country of Puerto Rico, Diaz was inducted into the Puerto Rican Tennis Hall of Fame in 1998. Diaz is married to the former Suzanne Rondeau of Toronto, Canada. They have three sons: Manuel III, Eric and Alex. Eric is a redshirt freshman on the men’s tennis team.

THE MANUEL DIAZ ERA AT GEORGIA Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Record 21-6 21-5 27-3 17-5 25-4 17-6 27-2 22-4 23-4 26-4 26-5 17-11 28-1 28-4 9-15 20-6 20-7 30-1 32-0 27-3 25-4 21-8 24-6

Final Ranking 3rd 5th 2nd 4th 2nd 5th 2nd 5th 2nd 3rd 1st 18th 1st 2nd 23rd 6th 7th 2nd 1st 1st 6th 11th 5th

SEC Finish 1st 2nd 1st 3rd T1st 2nd 1st T1st T1st 2nd T1st 4th 1st 1st 10th 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 1st T1st 3rd T1st

Total 533-114 (.824) • 4 NCAA titles • 20 SEC titles

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NCAA Finish Finals Quarterfinals Finals Quarterfinals Finals Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Finals Finals Champion Round of 32 Champion Finals Round of 64 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Finals Champion Champion Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals

COACHES

THE MANUEL DIAZ FILE DIAZ AS A COACH • 24th season: 533-114 (.824) • Four NCAA Championships (1999, 2001, 2007, 2008) • One of only two active coaches with multiple NCAA Championships • Coached UGA to its first ITA Team Indoor National Championship in 2006, then went back-to-back, winning another in 2007 • Three-time ITA National Coach of the Year (1995, 2001, 2007) • Five-time ITA Southeast Region Coach of the Year (1991, 1992, 1995, 2001, 2006) • Five-time SEC Coach of the Year (1985, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2007) • 29 players have received 58 All-America honors • 13 SEC regular season titles, seven SEC Tournament titles • Finished the season ranked in the Top-5 17 times; finished Top-10 in 19 seasons and Top-25 in all 23 • Appeared in NCAA Championship match 11 times (1989, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008) • Seven individual singles National Champions • Three individual doubles National Champions • Seven four-time All-Americans • 70 All-SEC selections • Six four-time All-SEC honorees • Four Academic All-Americans • 40 Academic All-SEC accolades • 15 SEC Scholar-Athlete Award winners • Three Clayton-Wilhite Scholar-Athlete Award winners • Three Joel Eaves Award winners • Assistant Coach At UGA under Dan Magill from 1982-84 • Promoted to Associate Head Coach in 1985 • Became Head Coach for 1988-89 season upon Magill’s retirement

DIAZ AS A PLAYER College: • University of Georgia (1972-75) • Two-time All-American (1974-75) • Three-time All-SEC selection (1973-75) • Four-straight SEC team titles • Seven SEC individual titles • No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles in 1972 • No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles in 1973 • No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles in 1974 • No. 1 doubles in 1975 • Two-time winner of Southern Collegiate Championships in singles in 1973-74 • Southern Collegiate Doubles champion in 1973 • Co-Captain of 1975 team that went 20-4 and won the SEC Championship Professional: • Played professionally in the U.S., Europe and South America after college • Recorded four wins against players ranked in the ATP Top 50 • Team Tennis in Germany, 1980-81 • Teaching Pro in Atlanta 1978-81 and in Puerto Rico from 1981-82 • Puerto Rican Davis Cup Captain from 1992 to 1997 PERSONAL • Married to the former Suzanne Rondeau of Toronto, Canada • They have three sons: Manuel III, 22, Eric, 19, and Alex, 13 • Born March 16, 1953 in San Juan, Puerto Rico • Graduated from Sacred Heart Academy, 1971

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COACHES

Will Glenn

Associate Head Coach • Seventh Season Native Athenian Will Glenn was named associate head coach in July 2008 after serving as an assistant for the Georgia Bulldogs since 2005. In 2010 he was named the ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year as he helped Georgia to the NCAA semifinals for the fourth time in five seasons and an overall record of 21-8, while junior Javier Garrapiz reached the singles championships as an individual for the first time in his career. Since joining the Georgia staff, the Bulldogs have compiled an impressive mark of 159-22 (.878) including winning two NCAA national titles, two USTA/ITA National Team Indoor titles and four SEC crowns. During his tenure, eight Bulldogs have earned 16 All-America honors including Nate Schnugg and Jamie Hunt in 2009, Garrapiz in 2010 and 2011, and Hernus Pieters in 2011. Also, 21 different Bulldogs have nabbed All-SEC honors under Glenn’s guidance. The Athens, Ga., native and Athens Academy product was a four-year letterwinner at Georgia. Glenn cracked the starting lineup in 2003 after walking on in 1998. He posted a career-best 10-3 singles record and a 7-3 doubles mark in 2000-01 and was co-captain of the 2003 squad. Prior to coaching at Georgia, Glenn served as a tennis pro at the Lloyd Neck Racquet Club in Long Island, N.Y., and Dalkieth Tennis Club in Perth, Australia. Glenn earned two degrees from the University of Georgia, receiving his bachelor’s degree in real estate in 2003 and his master’s in human resources and organizational development with a focus on leadership in 2007. He is married to the former Natalie Rittle.

• 17 players earned All-SEC Honors • John Isner named first two-time SEC Player of the Year BEFORE COACHING AT GEORGIA • Worked as a tennis pro in Long Island, N.Y., at the Lloyd Neck Racquet Club and Perth, Australia, at Dalkieth Tennis Club • Attended graduate school to study Human Resources and Organizational Development with a focus on Leadership • Worked as a graduate assistant with the UGA Career Center AS A PLAYER • Four-year letterman under Coach Diaz at Georgia (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) • Member of two National Championship teams (1999, 2001) and an NCAA finalist squad (2002) • Posted career-best marks of 10-3 (.796) in singles and 7-3 (.700) in doubles in 2000-01 • Co-captain of the 2003 squad with Nicolas Boeker • Cracked the starting lineup in 2003 after walking on in 1998 • Redshirted the 2001 season following a knee injury in 2000

AS AN ASSISTANT COACH AT GEORGIA • 2010 & 2011 NCAA Semifinalists • 2007 & 2008 NCAA Champions • 2006 NCAA Finalists • Two straight ITA Team Indoor National Championships (2006, 2007) • Back-to-back-to-back SEC Regular Season and SEC Tournament Championships (2006, 2007, 2008) • Seven players earned 14 All-American Honors

Justin Pickham Volunteer Coach • First Season Two-time Division II Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year Justin Pickham will serve as the University of Georgia men's tennis volunteer coach beginning with the 2011-12 season. Pickham - a native of Australia - joined the Bulldog program this fall after serving as the assistant men's and women's tennis coach at Georgia College in Milledgeville since 2009. Prior to that, Pickham was the assistant for both tennis programs at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton. He has additional coaching experience with Tennis Coaches Australia since 2001 14

and spent six years coaching with the Future Stars Summer Tennis Camps in Long Island, N.Y. Pickham played college tennis at both Abraham Baldwin and GCSU, earning All-America honors in both singles and doubles in 2005-06 and 2008-09 in addition to singles and doubles All-Region honors in 2008-09. He participated in Satellite and Futures events through Australia, China and Sweden, attaining an ATP doubles ranking of 1,554. Pickham received his bachelor's degree in kinesiology (exercise science) from GCSU in 2009 and is expected to receive his master's degree in human performance from the same institution in 2012.

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STAFF/ADMINISTRATION

BEN BEATY KATE BURKHOLDER Sports Communications Sports Comm./Social Media

JARED MAISEL Athletic Trainer

KEITH HENDRIX Event Management

LIBBY MCCORMICK Promotions

MATT JACKSON Team Manager

BRENTON SHIVER Promotions

RACHEL JONES Academic Advisor

LYNN STEEDMAN Program Specialst

KATRIN KOCH Strength & Conditioning

PAUL ZAKRZEWSKI Utility/Tennis Complex

SENIOR STAFF

DR. MICHAEL ADAMS President

GREG MCGARITY Director of Athletics

DAVID SHIPLEY Faculty Athletics Rep.

JIM BOOZ MATT BRACHOWSKI JOSH BROOKS Sr. Assoc. AD - Compliance Asst. AD-Event Management Asst. AD-Internal Operations

TIM CEARLEY RON COURSON FRANK CRUMLEY CLAUDE FELTON Asst. AD-Ticket Operations Asst. AD - Sports Medicine Exec. Assoc. AD - Finance Sr. Assoc. AD-Sports Comm.

ALAN THOMAS Assoc. AD - External Ops

CRAIG WHITE Assoc. AD - Administration

TED WHITE Assoc. AD - Academics

GLADA HORVAT Sr. Assoc. AD-Academics

CHARLEY WHITTEMORE Asst. AD - Facilities

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MARK SLONAKER Exec. Director-Bulldog Club

CARLA WILLIAMS Exec. Assoc. AD / SWA 15

2010-11 STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 24-6 • SEC: 10-1 • HOME: 14-1 • AWAY: 5-2 • NEUTRAL: 5-3 Singles Drake Bernstein Garrett Brasseaux Sadio Doumbia Javier Garrapiz Campbell Johnson Will Oliver Hernus Pieters Wil Spencer Ignacio Taboada Totals

Overall Dual Tour SEC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Rank Streak Last 10 32-12 20-8 12-4 8-3 ---  ---  3-0  17-8  ---  ---  3-3 L2 4-5 6-5 2-0 4-5 1-0 ---  ---  ---  ---  ---  2-0  1-0 W2 4-4 34-12 18-6 16-6 9-2 1-0  1-0  15-6  1-0  ---  ---  6-9 L2 4-3 30-14 12-9 18-5 7-2 4-3  8-6  ---  ---  ---  ---  10-12 L1 1-4 19-8 6-1 13-7 3-0 ---  ---  ---  ---  2-0  4-1  0-1 W5 7-2 2-7 0-0 2-7 0-0 ---  ---  ---  ---  ---  ---  0-0 L7 2-7 31-10 18-7 13-3 5-4 ---  ---  1-0  1-0  9-7  7-0  1-3 W4 6-3 35-13 18-8 17-5 8-3 10-7  8-1  ---  ---  ---  ---  17-11 L2 5-3 29-7 16-3 13-4 7-1 ---  1-0  ---  1-0  5-1  9-2 1-1 W7 6-0 218-88 110-42 108-46 48-15 15-10  18-7  19-6  20-8  16-8  22-3  39-40

Doubles Sadio Doumbia/Ignacio Taboada Drake Bernstein/Wil Spencer Javier Garrapiz/Hernus Pieters Garrett Brasseaux/Campbell Johnson Hernus Pieters/Ignacio Taboada Sadio Doumbia/Wil Spencer Drake Bernstein/Javier Garrapiz Drake Bernstein/Garrett Brasseaux Campbell Johnson/Will Oliver Drake Bernstein/Campbell Johnson Garrett Brasseaux/Will Oliver Garrett Brasseaux/Ignacio Taboada Garrett Brasseaux/Hernus Pieters Totals

Overall Dual Tour SEC 1 2 3 vs. Rank Streak Last 10 25-11 17-8 8-3 8-3 1-0  16-8  ---  4-5 L1 6-4 27-11 21-8 6-3 7-3 ---  2-0  19-8  2-2 L2 5-5 26-10 16-9 10-1 9-2 16-9  ---  ---  11-7 L3 5-5 2-6 0-0 2-6 0-0 ---  ---  ---  1-0 L3 2-6 4-0 0-0 4-0 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 W4 4-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-1 L1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 L1 0-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 W1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 L1 0-1 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 W2 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 ---  ---  ---  0-0 W1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 ---  ---  1-0  0-0 W1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 ---  ---  1-0  0-0 W1 1-0 91-41 56-25 35-16 24-8 17-9  18-8  21-8  18-15

TEAM RESULTS Date Opponent Result 1S 2S 3S 4S 5S 6S 1D 2D 3D UGA Jan. 24 #53 Clemson W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #11 Jan. 29 #55 Oklahoma State W, 4-0 u W W W u u u W W #11 Jan. 30 #20 North Carolina W, 4-1 W W W W u u L L W #11 Feb. 2 #60 USC Upstate W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #11 Feb. 6 at #4 Ohio State L, 6-1 L L W L L L L L W #11 Feb. 9 #49 East Tennessee State W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #11 Feb. 12 at #21 Georgia Tech L, 4-3 L L W W L L W L W #11 Feb. 18 vs. #3 Tennessee L, 4-2 u L L L W W L W L #14 Feb. 19 vs. #12 Louisville W, 4-1 L W u u W W u W W #16 Feb. 20 vs. #7 Stanford W, 4-2 L W u W L W W u W #16 Feb. 26 Furman W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #12 March 4 #21 Auburn W, 4-0 u W W W u u W W u #13 March 6 #29 Alabama W, 7-0 W W W W Wr W W W W #13 March 11 at #23 Vanderbilt W, 6-1 L W W W W W L W W #9 March 13 at #11 Kentucky W,  4-3 W L W W L W L L W #9 March 19 #44 LSU W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #8 March 23 #34 Louisville W, 4-3 L L L W W W W W L #11 March 26 at #68 Arkansas W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W L #11 April 1 at #25 Ole Miss W, 4-3 L W Wr W L Lr W W W #9 April 3 at #32 Mississippi State W, 4-3 W W L L L W W L W #9 April 8 #16 Florida W, 4-3 W W L L L W W W L #7 April 10 South Carolina W, 7-0 W W W W W W W W W #7 April 16 #4 Tennessee L, 4-3 L L W L W W W L L #5 April 22 vs. #33 LSU W, 4-1 u W W u W W L u L #5 April 23 vs. #11 Kentucky L, 4-0 L u u L L u L L W #5 May 13 Samford W, 4-0 W u u W u W u W W #6 May 14 #23 Auburn W, 4-0 u u u W W W u W W #6 May 19 vs. #11 Duke W, 4-1 W u L W u W W L W #6 May 21 vs. #3 Tennessee W, 4-3 W L W L W W L u L #6 May 23 vs. #2 Southern California L, 4-0 L u L L u u L u L #6 16

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ALL-SEC 1966

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1991

2002

Henry Feild (1st) Doug Russell (2nd)

Wesley Cash Bill Rogers Brent Crymes

Al Parker (S) Patricio Arnold (S)

1992

Bill Shippey (1st)

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Matias Boeker (1st-S&D) Bo Hodge (1st-D) Lesley Joseph (2nd-S) Brandon Wagner (1st-S)

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Bill Rogers Peter Lloyd Tom Foster

Wade McGuire (S&D) Bobby Mariencheck (D)

2003

1993

Nicolas Boeker (2nd) Bo Hodge (1st)

Wade McGuire (S&D) Bobby Mariencheck (S&D)

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Bo Hodge (1st) John Isner (1st)

1967

Bill Shippey (2nd) Tony Ortiz (2nd) Norman Holmes (2nd)

1969 Danny Birchmore (1st) Bill Shippey (2nd) Norman Holmes (2nd)

1970 Norman Holmes (1st) Danny Birchmore (1st) Mike Cmaylo (2nd) Brant Bailey (2nd)

1981 Bill Rogers Brent Crymes Paul Groth John Mangan

1982

Jamie Laschinger (D) Albin Polonyi (D) Bobby Mariencheck (S) Nirav Patel (S)

John Mangan Allen Miller

1995

1983 Allen Miller

1971

1984

Norman Holmes (1st) Danny Birchmore (1st) Bob Tanis (1st) Carey Browder (2nd)

Allen Miller Mikael Pernfors

1985

Danny Birchmore (1st) Bob Tanis (2nd) Carey Browder (2nd)

Allen Miller Mikael Pernfors George Bezecny Deane Frey (HM) Trey Carter (HM)

1973

1986

Manuel Diaz (1st) Bob Tanis (2nd) Gordon Smith (2nd)

Trey Carter (S) Philip Johnson (S) Stephen Enochs (S) Gerald Thonhauser (S)

1972

Steven Baldas (1st) Eddie Jacques (1st) Jamie Laschinger (1st) Mike Sell (1st)

1996 Steven Baldas (1st-S&D) Jamie Laschinger (1st-D) John Roddick (1st-S) Kevin Sessions (2nd-S)

2005 John Isner (1st) Antonio Ruiz (1st) Matias Ormaza (2nd) Matic Omerzel (2nd)

2006 Strahinja Bobusic (1st) Luis Flores (1st) John Isner (1st) Matic Omerzel (2nd) Colin Purcell (2nd) Antonio Ruiz (1st)

2007

John Roddick (1st-S) Eddie Jacques (1st-S) Steven Baldas (2nd-D) Rafael Jordรกn (2nd-D)

Luis Flores (1st) Travis Helgeson (1st) John Isner (1st) Jamie Hunt (2nd) Matic Omerzel (2nd) Nate Schnugg (2nd)

1998

2008

Steven Baldas (1st-S&D) John Roddick (1st-S&D) Hisham Hemeda (2nd-S)

1997

Philip Johnson (S) Stephen Enochs (S&D) John Boytim (S&D)

1999

Travis Helgeson (1st) Nate Schnugg (1st) Luis Flores (2nd) Javier Garrapiz (2nd) Jamie Hunt (2nd)

Chad Carlson (1st-S) Hisham Hemeda (1st-S)

2009

1988

2000 Matias Boeker (1st-S&D) Lesley Joseph (2nd-S) Travis Parrott (2nd-D)

Charles Ellis

Trey Carter (S) Stephen Enochs (S) Chris Garner (S) Al Parker (S)

1977

1989

Charles Ellis Wesley Cash Ricky Diaz

Stephen Enochs Al Parker Francisco Montana

1978

1990

Matias Boeker (1st-S&D) Bo Hodge (1st-S) Travis Parrott (1st-D) Chad Carlson (2nd-S) Lesley Joseph (2nd-S) Brandon Wagner (2nd-S)

Wesley Cash Bill Rogers

Al Parker (S)

1974 Manuel Diaz Bill Kopecky Joe Gettys

1975 Manuel Diaz Gordon Smith

1976

1987

2001

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Jamie Hunt (1st) Nate Schnugg (1st) Javier Garrapiz (2nd) Josh Varela (2nd)

2010 Javier Garrapiz (1st) Jamie Hunt (2nd) Nate Schnugg (2nd)

2011 Javier Garrapiz (1st) Wil Spencer (1st) Drake Bernstein (2nd) Sadio Doumbia (2nd) Hernus Pieters (Freshman) 17

HONORS AND AWARDS NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS 1999 2000 1991 1990 1981 1972 1965

Joey Pitts Al Parker Jim Childs Brent Crymes Danny Birchmore Mack Crenshaw (Tennis & Basketball)

SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 18

Drake Bernstein Sadio Doumbia Will Reynolds Wil Spencer Ignacio Taboada Drake Bernstein Alex Hill Christian Vitulli Drake Bernstein Alex Hill Jamie Hunt Alex Hill Brad Benedict Ricardo Gonzalez John Isner Matic Omerzel Brad Benedict Brad Benedict Strahinja Bobusic Matias Ormaza Trevor Wilson Bo Hodge Joseph Lariscy Matias Ormaza Trevor Wilson Matias Boeker Todd Carlson Will Glenn Bo Hodge Lesley Joseph Ion Vlad Matias Boeker Nicolas Boeker Chad Carlson Todd Carlson Will Glenn Lesley Joseph Demetris Leontis Travis Parrott Matias Boeker Nicolas Boeker Chad Carlson Todd Carlson Will Glenn Lesley Joseph Demetris Leontis Travis Parrott Chad Carlson Will Glenn Travis Parrott Joey Pitts

1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1987 1984

Chad Carlson Talito Corrales Joey Pitts Steven Baldas Joey Pitts John Roddick Steven Baldas Bart Newman Joey Pitts John Roddick Steven Baldas Jamie Laschinger Bart Newman John Roddick Kevin Sessions Jamie Laschinger Nirav Patel Jamie Laschinger Nirav Patel Nirav Patel Jack Frierson Oliver Jackson Brian Wayne Jack Frierson Scott Lewis Al Parker David Wolf Billy Chocallo Stephen Enochs Allen Miller George Bezecny

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD 2008 2007 2006 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1990 1989 1988 1987

Alex Hill Brad Benedict Brad Benedict Chad Carlson Steven Baldas Joey Pitts Bart Newman Joey Pitts Joey Pitts Cameron Cross Nirav Patel Nirav Patel Jack Frierson Al Parker Jim Childs Al Parker Jim Childs Jim Childs Al Parker Jim Childs Billy Chocallo

CLAYTON WILHITE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD 1995 1992 1991

BLUE KEY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AND PHI BETA KAPPA 1999 1992

Joey Pitts Jack Frierson Oliver Jackson

ITA/ARTHUR ASHE LEADERSHIP AWARD 2009

Jamie Hunt

ACADEMIC ROUNDTABLE 2008 2007 2006 1998 1997

Alex Hill Brad Benedict Jamie Hunt Brad Benedict Matic Omerzel John Roddick Talito Corrales John Roddick

SEC POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1992

Jack Frierson (runner-up)

GTE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1999 Joey Pitts 1998 Steven Baldas Joey Pitts (2nd team) 1991 Al Parker* 1990 Al Parker Jim Childs * 1991 Academic All-American of the Year

JOEL EAVES AWARD 2009 2007 1999 1992

Alex Hill Brad Benedict Joey Pitts Jack Frierson

WILLIAM T. BLACKSTONE TENNIS SCHOLAR 1998 1995 1992 1991 1990 1989 1983 1981

Steven Baldas Nirav Patel Jack Frierson Al Parker Jim Childs Stephen Enochs Tom Foster Brent Crymes

H. BOYD MCWHORTER SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2000 1991

GEORGIA TENNIS

Nirav Patel Jack Frierson Al Parker

Joey Pitts Al Parker

ALL-AMERICANS Patrico Arnold Steven Baldas Ivan Baron George Bezecny Danny Birchmore Matias Boeker Nicolas Boeker Manuel Diaz Charley Ellis Stephen Enochs Luis Flores Chris Garner Javier Garrapiz Travis Helgeson Hisham Hemeda Bo Hodge Norman Holmes Jamie Hunt John Isner Eddie Jacques Murphy Jensen Philip Johnson Rafael Jordan Bill Kopecky Jamie Laschinger Ola Malmqvist John Mangan Bobby Mariencheck Wade McGuire Allen Miller Francisco Montana

1991 Singles 1995 Singles and Doubles 1996 Doubles 1997 Doubles 1998 Doubles 1991 Singles 1985 Singles 1971 1972 2000 Singles 2001 Singles and Doubles 2002 Singles and Doubles 2003 Singles 1974 1975 1977 1987 Singles 1989 2006 Singles 2007 Singles and Doubles 1988 Singles 2010 Singles 2011 Doubles 2007 Singles 2008 Singles 1998 Singles 1999 Singles 2001 Singles 2002 Doubles 2003 Singles 2004 Singles and Doubles 1971 2009 Doubles 2004 Doubles 2005 Singles and Doubles 2006 Singles and Doubles 2007 Singles and Doubles 1997 Singles 1990 Doubles 1986 Singles 1987 Singles 1997 Doubles 1974 1993 Doubles 1994 Doubles 1995 Doubles 1996 Doubles 1982 Doubles 1983 1981 Doubles 1991 Doubles 1992 Doubles 1993 Doubles 1991 Doubles 1992 Singles and Doubles 1993 Singles and Doubles 1982 Doubles 1983 1984 Doubles 1985 Doubles 1989

Al Parker Travis Parrott Mikael Pernfors Hernus Pieters Albin Polonyi John Roddick Bill Rogers Antonio Ruiz Nate Schnugg Mike Sell Wil Spencer Brandon Wagner

1988 Singles 1989 1990 Singles and Doubles 1991 Singles 2001 Doubles 1984 Singles and Doubles 1985 Singles and Doubles 2011 Doubles 1993 Doubles 1996 Singles 1997 Singles and Doubles 1998 Singles and Doubles 1981 Doubles 2005 Doubles 2006 Doubles 2008 Singles 2009 Singles and Doubles 1992 Singles 1993 Singles 1994 Singles 1995 Singles 2011 Singles 2002 Singles

ALL-AMERICANS BY YEAR 1971 1972 1974 1975 1977 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 2010 2011

Danny Birchmore, Norman Holmes Danny Birchmore Manuel Diaz, Bill Kopecky Manuel Diaz Charley Ellis John Mangan, Bill Rogers Ola Malmqvist, Allen Miller Ola Malmqvist, Allen Miller Allen Miller, Mikael Pernfors George Bezecney, Allen Miller, Mikael Pernfors Philip Johnson Stephen Enochs, Philip Johnson Chris Garner, Al Parker Stephen Enochs, Francisco Montana, Al Parker Murphy Jensen, Al Parker Patrico Arnold, Ivan Baron, Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Al Parker Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Mike Sell Jamie Laschinger, Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Albin Polonyi, Mike Sell Jamie Laschinger, Mike Sell Steven Baldas, Jamie Laschinger, Mike Sell Steven Baldas, Jamie Laschinger, John Roddick Eddie Jacques, Rafel Jordan, Steven Baldas, John Roddick Steven Baldas, Hisham Hemeda, John Roddick Hisham Hemeda Matias Boeker Matias Boeker, Bo Hodge, Travis Parrott Matias Boeker, Bo Hodge, Brandon Wagner Nicolas Boeker, Bo Hodge Bo Hodge, John Isner JOhn Isner, Antonio Ruiz Luis Flores, John Isner, Antonio Ruiz Luis Flores, Travis Helgeson, John Isner Travis Helgeson, Nate Schnugg Jamie Hunt, Nate Schnugg Javier Garrapiz Javier Garrapiz, Hernus Pieters, Wil Spencer

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1955 (10-11)

Navy S.C. W at Florida State L at Florida L at Jax. NAS W at Augusta C.C. L at Georgia Tech L Westminster W Mercer W Michigan L Vanderbilt L Indiana L Jax. NAS L at Mercer W Auburn W Tennessee L Emory W Clemson W Florida L Augusta C.C. W Georgia Tech L Sewanee W

1956 (11-10)

at Florida State W at Florida L at Jax. NAS L at Mercer W Gustavos Adolphus W Florida L at Clemson W Georgia Tech L at Emory W Indiana L Lamar Tech L Florida State W at Sewanee L at Vanderbilt L at Tennessee W Cincinnati L Tennessee W Emory W at Auburn W Mercer W at Georgia Tech L

1957 (18-11-1)

Athens LTA W at Florida State W at Florida L at Rollins L at Miami L at Jax. Navy W Alabama W Minnesota W Furman W Pensacola NAS T Auburn W at Georgia Tech W Tennessee W Michigan L Mercer W Presbyterian L Vanderbilt W Sewanee W LSU L Florida L Tulane L Indiana L Emory W Florida State W at Mercer W Miami L Georgia Tech W Rollins L at Emory W at Mississippi State W

1958 (17-7)

at Florida State L at Florida W Minnesota W at Georgia Tech L Presbyterian L at Mercer W Florida W Tennessee W Indiana W Emory W at Sewanee W

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8-0 9-0 8-1 5-4 11-1 8-1 5-3 6-2 9-0 7-2 7-2 5-4 7-2 6-3 6-3 8-1 9-0 9-0 8-1 5-4 5-4 6-3 4-1 7-3 5-4 6-0 9-0 8-1 7-2 7-2 9-0 6-0 6-3 5-4 9-0 5-4 6-3 7-2 5-4 9-0 8-0 9-0 7-2 5-0 7-2 8-1 8-1 9-0 7-2 9-0 9-0 5-5 9-0 6-3 8-1 7-2 8-1 9-0 9-0 9-0 8-1 7-2 7-2 7-2 8-1 7-2 6-3 6-3 5-3 5-4 8-1 7-2 5-4 5-4 6-0 6-3 7-2 8-1 7-2 8-1 6-3 9-0 8-0

at Vanderbilt W at Tennessee W Miami L at Auburn W at Alabama W Florida State W at Emory W Georgia State W Mercer W Georgia Tech W Rollins L at LSU L at Tulane L

8-1 9-0 8-1 9-0 9-0 8-1 9-0 8-1 9-0 5-4 5-4 8-1 9-0

1959 (16-8)

at Florida State L 5-4 at Florida W 6-3 at Presbyterian L 5.5-3.5 Southern Illinois W 5.5-3.5 Florida W 5-4 Duke W 7-1 Tulane L 9-0 Kalamazoo W 9-0 Mercer W 9-0 Michigan State W 7-2 Georgia Tech L 7-2 Presbyterian L 6-3 at Emory W 9-0 Vanderbilt W 6-3 Sewanee W 7-0 Mercer W 9-0 LSU W 7-2 Emory W 9-0 at Georgia Tech L 6-3 Auburn W 9-0 Rollins L 5-4 Florida State L 5-4 Tennessee W 7-2 Ole Miss W 9-0

1960 (7-11-1)

at Florida State L 5-4 at Florida L 8-1 at Sea Island W 5-2 Minnesota L 7-2 Southern Illinois L 6-3 Emory W 9-0 at Georgia Tech L 6-3 Clemson W 6-3 Michigan State L 6-3 Mercer W 9-0 Miami L 9-0 Cincinnati L 5-4 Florida L 7-2 Kentucky W 8-1 Presbyterian L 8-1 Florida State T 4.5-4.5 Georgia Tech L 6-1 at Emory W 8-1 Georgia State W 6-0

Presbyterian W 5-4 at Auburn W 9-0 Clemson L 5-4 Furman W 8-1 Davidson W 9-0 Mercer W 8-1 at Mercer W 8-1 at Georgia Tech W 8-1 Florida W 7-2 North Carolina L 7-2 Emory W 7-2 Tennessee W 8-1 Presbyterian L 5-4 Miami L 6-3 *Miss. State W 7-2 *-Nashville, Tenn.; Tournaments: Georgia Collegiate Tournament: Won singles and doubles. SECs (Nashville): Tulane 26, Georiga 22, Florida 17, LSU 17, Vandy 9, Georgia Tech 8, Alabama 6, Miss. State 4, Ole Miss 4, Ky. 3, Auburn 2, Tenn. 2. SEC Frosh Division: Miss. State 11, Georgia 8, Alabama 4, Florida 4, Vandy 3, LSU 3, Tenn. 3, Ky. 2, Auburn 1, Georgia Tech 1.

1963 (16-9)

at Florida State L 5-3 at Florida State L 5-4 at Florida L 5-4 Presbyterian W 6-3 at Furman W 8-1 Amherst W 9-0 Florida W 7-2 Northwestern L 7-2 Harvard #1 W 5-4 Harvard #2 W 6-3 Vanderbilt W 9-0 at Alabama W 6-3 Kentucky W 9-0 Miss. State W 7-2 The Citadel W 6-3 Sewanee W 8-1 Tennessee W 8-1 Mercer W 9-0 at Clemson L 6-3 at Presbyterian L 5-4 Florida State W 5-4 Georgia Tech L 5-4 at Georgia Tech L 5-4 Emory W 7-0 Miami L 8-1 Tournaments: Georgia Collegiate Tournament: Won doubles and team, 11 to 10 over Georgia Tech. SECs (Tuscaloosa): Tulane 33, Georgia 21, Alabama 16, Miss. St. 14, Florida 12, LSU 10, Georgia Tech 10, Vandy 8, Ole Miss 4, Tenn. 3, Ky. 2, Auburn 0. SEC Frosh Division: Georgia Tech 12, Georgia 8, Miss. St. 7, LSU 2, Ole Miss 2, Tenn. 2, Alabama 2, Florida 1, Vandy 1, Auburn 0.

1964 (17-3)

at Florida State L 7-2 at Florida State L 8-1 at Florida L 8.5-.5 Minnesota W 9-0 S. Illinois W 6-3 Augusta T. Club W 8-2 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-2 Sewanee W 9-0 The Citadel T 4.5-4.5 Florida L 6-3 at Georgia Tech W 6-3 Vanderbilt W 7-2 Tennessee W 9-0 Emory W 9-0 Presbyterian L 5-4 at Emory W 9-0 at Presbyterian W 6-3 Georgia Tech W 9-0 Auburn W 9-0 at Mercer W 9-0 Miami L 8-1 Tournaments: Won Georgia Collegiate Singles and Doubles, runnerup SEC varsity and freshman divisions.

Florida W 7-2 at Florida State W 5-4 at Florida State W 8-1 at Florida W 5-4 Ohio State W 8-1 Alabama W 7-2 Northwestern L 7-2 Harvard #1 W 6-3 Harvard #2 L 5-4 at Sewanee W 8-1 at Vanderbilt W 6-0 at Mercer W 9-0 Atlanta Seniors W 6-3 Georgia Tech W 7-2 at Emory W 9-0 at Miss. State L 6-3 Clemson W 7-2 at Presbyterian W 6-3 Furman W 8-1 at Georgia Tech W 7-2 Tournaments: Georgia Collegiate Tournament: Won singles and doubles and team, 13-9 over Georgia Tech. SECs (Oxford): Tulane 27, Miss. St. 24, Georgia 18, Georgia Tech 18, Alabama 10, Florida 9, LSU 7, Tennessee 4, Vandy 3, Ole Miss. 2, Auburn 0.

1962 (13-5)

1965 (19-2)

1961 (14-6-1)

at Florida State W at Florida State W at Florida L

7-2 5-4 5-4

Tennessee at Florida at Columbus TC

GEORGIA TENNIS

W W W

6-3 8-1 8-1

Athens TC W 7-2 Presbyterian W 9-0 at Clemson W 7-2 Washington U. W 9-0 Vanderbilt W 9-0 Florida W 5-1 Harvard W 8-1 Harvard W 9-0 Emory W 9-0 at Auburn W 9-0 at Alabama W 9-0 Indiana W 5-4 Georgia Tech L 5-4 at Atlanta Srs. W 7-2 Sewanee W 9-0 at Presbyterian W 8-1 at Georgia Tech L 6-3 Athens TC W 4-2 Tournaments: SECs (Auburn): Miss. St. 32, Tulane 25, Georgia 23, Tennessee 22, Florida 9, Vandy 7, Auburn 4, LSU 4, Ky. 3, Alabama 1, Ole Miss 1.

1966 (19-3)

at Florida W 6-3 at Jacksonville W 7-2 Athens TC W 8-1 Northwestern W 9-0 Indiana W 9-0 Presbyterian W 9-0 at Tennessee L 5-4 at Vanderbilt W 9-0 at Sewanee W 9-0 Harvard W 8-1 Harvard W 8-1 Miss. St. L 5-4 Florida W 7-2 E. Kentucky W 7-2 W. Kentucky W 8-1 Murray State W 9-0 Alabama W 9-0 at Emory W 9-0 at Georgia Tech W 5-4 Clemson W 7-2 Athens TC W 5-0 Georgia Tech L 5-4 SECs (Athens): Tennessee 27, Miss. St. 26, Tulane 22, Georgia 19, Florida 13, LSU 10, Alabama 6, Ky. 6, Auburn 2, Ole Miss 2, Vanderbilt 1.

1967 (18-6)

Athens TC W 8-1 at Macon TC W 9-0 at Jacksonville U W 9-0 at Florida L 9-0 Michigan State L 5-4 Tennessee L 5.5-3.5 Indiana W 8-1 Indiana W 7.5-1.5 Presbyterian W 7-2 Vanderbilt W 9-0 Florida L 6-3 Oglethorpe W 8-1 Harvard W 5-4 Harvard W 7-2 Emory W 9-0 at Clemson L 5-4 at Presbyterian W 9-0 Georgia Tech L 5-4 Furman W 8-1 at Auburn W 8-1 at Alabama W 8-1 at Mercer W 9-0 Sewanee W 9-0 Athens TC W 7-1 SECs (Gainesville, Fla.): Miss. St. 28, Tenn. 26, Florida 24, Georgia 20, LSU 9, Alabama 6, Ky. 5, Ole Miss 4, Vandy 3, Auburn 1.

1968 (15-5)

Presbyterian W S. Illinois W Miss. State* L at LSU W Berea W Athens TC W Clemson W Florida L Harvard W Harvard W Alabama W

9-0 7-2 7-2 6-3 8-0 5-2 7-2 6-3 15-3 7-5 9-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Auburn W 9-0 Georgia Tech W 8-1 at Tennessee W 5-4 Miss. State** L 9-0 Murray State** W 5-4 at Georgia Tech L 8-1 at Oglethorpe W 6-3 at Florida L 6-3 Athens TC W 5-2 *at LSU; **at Tennessee.; SECs (Lexington, Ky.): Florida 27, Miss. St. 24, Georgia 20, Tennessee 19, LSU 14, Ky. 7, Ole Miss 4, Auburn 2, Vandy 2, Alabama 1.

1969 (18-1)

Athens TC W 8-1 at Bitsy Grant TC W 9.5-.5 at Alabama W 9-0 at Miss. St. W 6-3 at Auburn W 9-0 Tennessee W 8-1 S. Illinois W 7-2 Vanderbilt W 8-1 Illinois W 9-0 Harvard W 9-1 Harvard W 10-0 Columbia W 9-0 Illinois W 8-1 Indiana W 5-3 at Florida L 9-0 Georgia Tech W 8-1 at Georgia Tech W 5-4 Oglethorpe W 9-0 Athens TC W 7-2 SECs (Baton Rouge, La.): Florida 35, Georgia 27, Miss. St. and Ky. 12, Tennessee 11, LSU 8, Vandy 6, Alabama 3, Auburn 2, Ole Miss 1. NCAAs (Princeton, N.J.): USC 35, UCLA 23, Trinity 22, Rice 18, Miami 17, Florida 16, Utah 13, Stanford and Arizona 12, Georgia 11, Cal. and Houston 10, Princeton, Brigham Young and Texas 9, Michigan and Tulane 8—(only top 17 teams listed).

1970 (23-1)

at Florida State L 5-0 Minnesota W 8-1 Bowling Green W 8-1 Dartmouth W 9-0 Ohio W 9-0 Illinois W 9-0 Harvard W 9-0 Columbia W 8-1 Presbyterian W 6-3 Florida State W 8-1 Vanderbilt W 8-1 Auburn W 9-0 at Georgia Tech W 6-3 Clemson W 7-2 Alabama W 9-0 Florida W 5-4 Georgia Tech W 9-0 Miss. St. W 7-2 LSU W 9-0 Columbus, Col. W 9-0 Athens TC W 8-1 S. Carolina* W 9-0 Tennessee* W 5-4 S. Illinois* W 7-2 *at Knoxville in Tennessee Classic; SECs (Starkville, Miss.): Tennessee 22, Georgia 21, Miss. St. 18, Florida 17, LSU and Ky. 11, Vandy 7, Alabama 3, Ole Miss and Auburn 1; NCAAs (Salt Lake City, Utah): Georgia, 6 points (18th place).

1971 (25-1) Athens TC E. Kentucky Kalamazoo Miami Tennessee S. Florida Vanderbilt Presbyterian Columbia Miss. St. (at LSU) at LSU Florida Harvard Harvard Virginia

SEC CHAMPIONS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 8-0 8-1 8-1 9-0 9-0 7-0 8-1 7-2 7-2

Wingate W 8-1 at Clemson W 7-2 Georgia Tech W 8-1 Alabama W 9-0 Georgia Southern W 6-3 at Florida W 7-2 Kentucky W 9-0 Florida State W 9-0 N. Carolina* L 7-2 Tennessee* W 7-2 S. Illinois* W 6-3 *at Knoxville in Tennessee Classic; SECs (Oxford, Miss.): Georgia 34, Tennessee 17, Miss. St. 16, Florida 15, Alabama 13, Ky. 7, LSU 6, Vandy 4, Auburn and Ole Miss 1. NCAAs (South Bend, Ind.): Georgia, 10 points (10th place).

1972 (28-1)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Athens TC W 9-0 SMU W 5-4 at Alabama W 5-4 Cincinnati W 9-0 Ohio State W 9-0 Florida W 9-0 Michigan State W 9-0 S. Carolina W 9-0 Kalamazoo W 9-0 Penn. St. W 7-2 Houston W 6-2 LSU (at Miss. St.) W 8-1 at Miss. St. W 7-2 Harvard W 8-1 Harvard W 6-3 at Georgia Tech W 8-1 Columbia W 8-1 Wake Forest W 6-3 Furman W 9-0 Georgia Tech W 8-1 Georgia Southern W 9-0 Clemson W 6-3 at Florida State W 6-3 at Florida W 5-4 Miami L 6-3 at Kentucky W 6-2 at Tennessee W 6-3 Athens TC W 7-2 Presbyterian W 8-1 SECs (Knoxville, Tenn.): Georgia 27, Tennessee and Miss. St. 21, Alabama 13, Florida 11, Ky. 7, LSU and Vanderbilt 5, Ole Miss 3, Auburn 1. NCAAs (Athens, Ga.): Won by Trinity, 36 points; Georgia 9th with 11.

1973 (19-1)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Miss. St. W 9-0 LSU W 9-0 N. Carolina L 5-4 Michigan State W 9-0 Presbyterian W 8-1 Kalamazoo W 9-0 at Florida W 5-4 Harvard W 9-0 Harvard W 7-2 Virginia W 9-0 Wake Forest W 6-3 Tennessee W 7-2 Georgia Tech W 8-1 at Clemson W 9-0 at Georgia Tech W 9-0 Athens TC W 8-0 FSU W 7-2 Georgia Southern W 9-0 Abraham Baldwin W 9-0 Athens TC W 8-1 SECs (Nashville, Tenn.): Georgia 23, Alabama 21, Florida 20, Miss. St. 18, Tennessee 11, Ky. 6, LSU 4, Vanderbilt 3, Ole Miss 2, Auburn 1.

1974 (24-1)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Virginia W Penn State W Central Michigan W Houston L at Vanderbilt W at Ole Miss W Toledo W Southern Illinois W at Alabama W Pan American W Harvard W

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

Clemson W 6-3 Florida W 8-1 at Georgia Tech W 7-2 South Carolina W 9-0 Miami W 5-4 Tennessee W 5-4 Kentucky W 5-1 Auburn W 8-1 Georgia Tech W 8-1 at LSU W 6-3 at Mississippi State W 8-1 Athens TC W 6-3 Florida State W 6-3 Georgia Southern W 6-2 SECs (Athens, Ga.): Georgia 30, Tennessee 22, Alabama 15, LSU 15, Florida 14, Kentucky 9, Ole Miss 3, Mississippi State 3, Auburn 2, Vanderbilt 0.

1975 (20-4)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Wake Forest W 6-3 Wake Forest W 7-2 Swarthmore W 9-0 Kalamazoo W 8-1 Vanderbilt W 9-0 Ole Miss W 9-0 at South Carolina W 6-3 Mississippi State W 8-1 Stanford L 6-3 at Miami L 8-1 at Florida State L 5-4 Harvard W 6-3 at Florida L 6-3 at Auburn W 9-0 at Clemson W 5-1 at Tennessee W 6-3 at Kentucky W 6-3 Maxwell AFB W 10-0 at Georgia Tech W 8-1 LSU W 8-1 Alabama W 6-3 Pepperdine W 6-3 Athens TC W 9-0 Georgia Southern W 8-1 SECs (Tuscaloosa, Ala.): Georgia 21, Florida 21 (co-champions), Tennessee 20, Alabama 19, Kentucky 12, LSU 7, Mississippi State 7, Auburn 3, Vanderbilt 0, Ole Miss 0.

1976 (26-1)

Penn State W 7-2 Wake Forest W 7-2 Wake Forest W 8-1 Swarthmore W 9-0 Tennessee-Chatt. W 7-2 Illinois State W 9-0 Virginia W 9-0 Ohio State* W 6-3 at Alabama L 5-4 Pennsylvania W 5-1 Ohio W 9-0 Kalamazoo W 8-1 Princeton W 5-4 Harvard W 6-0 at Georgia Southern W 7-2 South Carolina W 4-2 Georgia Tech W 7-2 Miami W 7-2 at Tennessee W 8-1 Clemson W 9-0 at Georgia Tech W 6-3 Hampton Institute W 7-2 Florida State W 8-1 Samford W 9-0 Auburn W 8-1 Presbyterian W 9-0 Kentucky W 7-2 *Tuscaloosa, Ala.; SECs (Auburn, Ala.): Alabama and LSU 23, Florida 20, Kentucky 15, Georgia 12, Auburn 9, Tennessee 8, Vanderbilt 3, Mississippi State 1, Ole Miss 0. NCAAs (Corpus Christi, Texas): UCLA and Southern Cal 21, Stanford 20, Trinity 16, Houston and SMU 12, San Jose State 12, Pepperdine 11, BYU and Oklahoma City 9, Texas and Miami 8, Princeton, Utah, North Carolina 7, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma, New Mexico 6.

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1977 (25-5)

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1978 (20-7)

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1979 (28-4)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Houston W %San Jose State W %Southern Cal L %Stanford L Penn State W N.C. State L Swarthmore W Georgia Southern W UT-Chattanooga W Miami (Ohio) W Ohio State W at Clemson W Princeton W Kalamazoo W at Florida W Harvard W Wisconsin W at Georgia Tech W NE Louisiana W at Auburn W Georgia Tech W Vanderbilt W Alabama W at South Carolina W Pepperdine W at Miami (Fla.) L Southern Cal W at LSU W Tennessee W $California L %ITCA Team Championships, $NCAAs %Southern Cal L %Princeton L %Texas L Penn State W Furman W Duke W South Carolina L Wake Forest W Miami (Ohio) W Ohio University W SIU-Carbondale W Houston W at Vanderbilt L Harvard W Florida W at Georgia Tech W Clemson W Miami (Fla.) W Auburn W UT-Chattanooga W Georgia Tech W at Alabama W LSU L South Florida W at Kentucky W at Tennessee L Memphis State W %ITCA Team Indoors %Wisconsin W %SMU L %Princeton W %Tennessee L Penn State W UT-Chattanooga W N.C. State W Wake Forest W Miami (Ohio) W Duke W SIU-Carbondale W Virginia W Virginia Tech W Ohio University W Georgia Southern W Alabama W Kalamazoo W Kentucky W Furman W at Miami (Fla.) L at LSU W at Clemson W Hampton Institute W Tulane W Vanderbilt W at South Carolina W

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

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

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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Florida W Georgia Tech W South Alabama W Tennessee W at Auburn W $Pepperdine L %ITCA Team Championships, $NCAAs

1980 (23-7)

%Southern Cal L %Utah W %Michigan L Rice W North Carolina W N.C. State (Default) Georgia Southern W South Carolina W Wichita State W Texas W Virginia W SIU-Edwardsville W Hampton Institute W SIU-Carbondale W Duke W Missouri W Furman W LSU W Kalamzaoo W Clemson L Tennessee L Georgia Tech W at Vanderbilt W Auburn W at Alabama W at Tennessee L at Kentucky W Florida W Miami (Fla.) W $Pepperdine L %ITCA Team Indoors, $NCAAs

1981 (25-3)

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

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

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Wichita State W %UCLA W %SMU W %Pepperdine L Furman W Florida State W Mississippi State W Penn State W Oklahoma State W Miami (Fla.) L Wake Forest W TCU L Arkansas W SIU-Carbondale W Ole Miss W North Carolina W

22

5-4 7-2 5-4 6-3 5-4

SEC CHAMPIONS

UAB W Penn State W East Tennessee State W Southern Cal W North Carolina W Wake Forest W SIU-Carbondale W at LSU W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W Princeton W Kalamazoo W Furman W at Clemson L Tennessee W Kentucky W at Georgia Tech W Florida State W at Miami (Fla.) L at Auburn W Alabama W Vanderbilt W Georgia Southern W at Florida W $Houston W $Pepperdine W $Stanford L $Southern Cal W $NCAAs

1982 (28-5)

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

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

at Vanderbilt W Kalamazoo W Virginia Tech W Clemson W Georgia Southern W Austin Peay W LSU W Georgia Tech W Florida W at Tennessee L at Kentucky W Auburn W Tennessee W $Michigan W $Trinity W $UCLA L $SMU W %ITCA Team Indoors, $NCAAs

1983 (20-7)

%Utah W %SMU L %Trinity L Penn State W at Miami (Fla.) L Wake Forest W North Carolina W N.C. State (Default) Virginia W at LSU L at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W Kalamazoo W Virginia Tech W South Alabama W Kentucky W at Georgia Tech W at Clemson L Alabama L at Florida W South Carolina W Florida State W Furman W Tennessee W Vanderbilt W at Auburn W at Tennessee L %ITCA Team Indoors

1984 (32-6)

%SMU L %Oklahoma State W %LSU W %Miami (Fla.) W Tennessee W Florida State W Western Michigan W Miami W Mississippi State W Wake Forest W Ole Miss W Virginia W SIU-Carbondale W TCU W South Florida (Default) Virginia Tech W Kalamazoo W North Carolina W Michigan State W Furman W Memphis State W !Arkansas-Little Rock W !Alabama W !Auburn L Georgia State W Clemson L at Alabama W LSU W Georgia Tech W at Vanderbilt W at Tennessee L at Kentucky W Auburn W at Florida W $Arkansas W $Southern Cal W $Stanford L $Pepperdine L %ITCA Team Indoors, !Blue-Gray, $NCAAs

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

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

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

1985 (36-1) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS Furman W Vanderbilt W ^Clemson W ^at Miami (Fla.) W ^Minnesota W Tennessee W N.C. State W Penn State W South Carolina W Wake Forest W Hampton Institute W Miami (Fla.) W Virginia W SIU-Carbondale W North Carolina W TCU W Kentucky W Kalamazoo W !Ohio State W !Trinity W !North Carolina W !Pepperdine L Ohio University W Georgia Southern W SMU W at Clemson W Tennessee W at Florida W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W Alabama W at LSU W at Auburn W $Harvard W $Stanford W $Southern Cal W $UCLA W ^Miami Ryder Classic, !Blue-Gray, $NCAAs

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

1986 (16-8)

^at Michigan State W 9-0 ^Michigan W 6-3 Miami L 8-1 Georgia Tech W 7-2 Wake Forest W 8-1 Ole Miss W 5-4 at MSU L 6-1 at TCU W 7-2 !Texas A&M W 6-0 !Southern Cal L 5-3 !Alabama L 5-4 !Tennessee L 5-1 Trinity W 5-4 Clemson W 6-3 at Vanderbilt W 7-2 Mississippi State W 9-0 LSU W 6-3 Florida W 7-2 Princeton W 7-2 at Tennessee W 6-3 at Kentucky L 5-4 Auburn W 7-2 at Alabama L 6-3 $Pepperdine L 7-2 ^Michigan State Invitational, !Blue-Gray, $NCAAs

1987 (24-3) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS %Minnesota W %LSU W %Clemson L Vanderbilt W Wake Forest W Murray State W at Florida W Minnesota W !Harvard W !Miami (Fla.) W !Southern Cal L at Georgia Tech W ^Harvard W ^Miami (Fla.) W ^SW Louisiana W Kentucky W at Clemson L Tennessee W at LSU W Alabama W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W

GEORGIA TENNIS

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

at Auburn W 7-2 $Clemson W 5-2 $Pepperdine W 5-3 $Southern Cal W 5-3 $UCLA W 5-1 %ITCA Team Indoors, !Blue-Gray, ^Hurricane Invitational, $NCAAs

1988 (17-7)

SEC CHAMPIONS

1989 (21-6)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Texas W %Michigan W %LSU L Furman W Miami (Fla.) W Ole Miss W Wake Forest W !Long Beach State W !Clemson W !Pepperdine L Clemson L at Vanderbilt W Georgia Tech L at Tennessee W at Kentucky L LSU L Florida W Princeton W at Alabama W SW Louisiana W Mississippi State W Auburn W $UCLA W $LSU L %ITCA Team Indoors, !Blue-Gray, $NCAAs Kansas W %Arkansas W %California L %Stanford W N.C. State W at Georgia Tech W Texas W Furman W at LSU L at Miami (Fla.) L Colorado W at Florida W Virginia Tech W Princeton W South Carolina L at Clemson W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W Kentucky L Vanderbilt W Alabama W Tennessee W at Auburn W $Southern Cal W $Cal-Irvine W $TCU W $Stanford L %ITCA Team Indoors, $NCAAs

1990 (21-5)

&Notre Dame W &Northwestern W N.C. State W at Alabama W %Pepperdine W %Alabama W %California L Florida W Georgia Tech W Miami (Fla.) W Ole Miss W Virginia Tech W at Vanderbilt W Mississippi State W at South Carolina L Furman W Clemson W at Kentucky W at Tennessee L LSU W Auburn W *Mississippi State W *LSU W *Tennessee L

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

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

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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS $Northwestern W 5-2 $Southern Cal L 5-1 &American Airlines Classic, %USTA/ITCA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1991 (27-3)

SEC CHAMPIONS

&Northwestern W &Notre Dame W %Harvard W %Texas W %UCLA L N.C. State W at Georgia Tech W Texas W at Auburn W Virginia W Alabama W at Clemson W at Florida W South Carolina W at Miami (Fla.) W at LSU L West Virginia W at Ole Miss W Vanderbilt W Kentucky W Tennessee W at Mississippi State W *Alabama W *Florida W *Mississippi State W Princeton W $Miami (Fla.) W $UCLA W $California W $Southern Cal L &American Airlines Classic, %USTA/ITCA Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

7-2 6-3 5-4 7-2 5-2 9-0 5-4 7-2 6-2 6-0 5-1 7-2 5-1 5-1 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-4 8-1 6-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-3 7-2 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-2 Team

1992 (17-5)

at Vanderbilt W 8-1 at Arkansas L 5-4 %Miami (Fla.) W 4-2 %Stanford L 6-3 %Mississippi State W 5-3 Georgia Tech W 9-0 Mississippi State W 5-3 Ole Miss W 6-0 at Alabama W 5-4 at Tennessee W 5-1 at Kentucky W 5-2 Clemson W 7-2 TCU W 6-3 Miami (Fla.) W 5-4 at South Carolina W 5-3 Florida W 5-2 LSU L 5-1 Auburn W 5-1 *Alabama W 5-1 *LSU L 5-1 $Harvard W 5-2 $Notre Dame L 5-4 %USTA/ITCA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1993 (25-4)

%New Mexico W %UCLA L %Notre Dame W at Georgia Tech W Miami W at Auburn W Alabama W Duke W South Florida W at LSU W at Texas W at TCU W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State L South Carolina W Tennessee L Arkansas W at Florida W Kentucky W Vanderbilt W *Kentucky W *Tennessee W *Mississippi State W Princeton W

West Virginia W $Florida W $Duke W $UCLA W $Southern Cal L %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1994 (17-6)

at Arkansas W %Harvard W %UCLA W %Kentucky W %Stanford L Georgia Tech W Auburn L Indiana W Ole Miss W at Kentucky W at Tennessee W at Vanderbilt W at South Carolina L North Carolina L Florida W at Alabama W at Clemson W LSU W Mississippi State W *Tennessee W *Mississippi State L $Notre Dame W $Mississippi State L %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1995 (26-2)

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

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

SEC CHAMPIONS

Furman W Emory W Arkansas W at Georgia Tech W %Fresno State W %Southern Cal W %Mississippi State W %Stanford L William & Mary W at Florida W Florida State W Vanderbilt W at Texas W at LSU W South Carolina W at Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W Alabama W UAB W at Auburn W Kentucky W Tennessee W *Arkansas W *Florida W *LSU W $Arizona St. W $TCU W $Ole Miss L %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1996 (22-4)

8-1 5-0 5-4 5-4 5-3

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

SEC CHAMPIONS

Arkansas W Vanderbilt W Georgia Tech W %Notre Dame W %Southern Cal W %Stanford L William & Mary W Furman W Texas W South Carolina W Clemson W Kentucky W Tennessee W Ole Miss L Auburn W Florida W Alabama W North Carolina W Miss. State W LSU W *Alabama W *LSU W *Miss. State L $Kansas W $Miss. State W

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

$Stanford L 4-3 %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1997 (23-4)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Vanderbilt (73) W 7-0 Clemson (49) W 6-1 at Ga. Tech (47) W 5-2 Tennessee (27) W 7-0 Arkansas (37) W 6-1 %Columbia (44) W 4-0 %South Alabama (10) W 6-0 %Kentucky (18) W 5-0 %UCLA (2) L 4-3 Furman W 7-0 Alabama (33) W 5-2 Miami (35) W 6-1 William and Mary W 5-2 S. Carolina (31) W 6-1 at Ole Miss (8) W 4-2 at Miss. State (6) W 4-3 at Auburn (19) W 6-1 at Florida (30) W 4-2 Kentucky (5) L 4-3 at LSU (13) W 4-2 *Auburn (19) W 4-1 *LSU (8) W 4-2 *Ole Miss (4) L 4-3 $Fresno State (34) W 4-0 $Miss. State (6) W 4-2 $UCLA (1) W 4-2 $Stanford (2) L 4-0 %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs, (#) Rolex Ranking

1998 (26-4)

at Tennessee (59) W 6-1 Georgia Tech (47) W 7-0 at Kentucky (11) W 5-2 %Kansas (24) W 5-2 %Duke (7) W 4-2 %Stanford (1) L 4-1 Rice (74) W 7-0 Georgia State (66) W 7-0 at Alabama (20) W 5-2 Oklahoma (43) W 7-0 Illinois (2) W 6-1 at South Carolina (28) W 5-2 William & Mary W 7-0 at Arkansas (29) W 4-3 at Vanderbilt (53) W 6-1 Auburn (23) W 4-3 Miss. State (4) W 4-3 LSU (5) L 5-2 Florida (12) W 7-0 Mississippi (5) W 4-3 *Florida (12) W 4-0 *Miss. State (4) W 4-2 *LSU (2) L 4-3 Texas (5) W 4-3 at Clemson (55) W 4-1 North Carolina (44) W 6-1 $Harvard (18) W 4-0 $Pepperdine (10) W 4-2 $LSU (1) W 4-1 $Stanford (2) L 4-0 %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs, (#) Rolex Ranking

1999 (26-5) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS Georgia Tech (50) W Florida State (55) W %Fresno State (22) W %Duke (10) L %Washington (18) W Furman W Georgia State (74) W Alabama (21) W William & Mary (63) W Clemson (26) W at Florida (t17) L Arkansas (40) W South Carolina (11) W Vanderbilt (46) W at Mississippi (13) L at Miss. State (18) W at Texas (6) W at LSU (28) L Kentucky (13) W Tennessee (12) W Miami (44) W

2011 SEC CHAMPIONS

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

at Auburn (63) W 7-0 *Kentucky (18) W 4-3 *Alabama (20) W 4-0 *LSU (13) L 4-3 #Georgia State (58) W 4-2 #Washington (24) W 4-3 $Texas (4) W 4-0 $Baylor (12) W 4-3 $Mississippi (3) W 4-1 $UCLA (1) W 4-3 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, #at NCAA Regionals, $NCAAs, (#) Rolex Ranking

2000 (17-11)

William & Mary (50) W 7-0 Lander (1, DII) L 4-3 at Arkansas W 5-2 Furman W 8-0 Tulane (44) W 8-0 % Indiana State (36) L 5-4 % Illinois (8) L 5-3 % Southern Cal (19) L 4-3 UNC-C (62) W 7-0 Rice (66) W 7-0 Auburn (21) W 6-1 at Alabama L 4-2 Georgia Tech (70) W 6-1 Texas L 4-3 at Vanderbilt W 6-1 Mississippi St. (21) W 5-2 at Kentucky (34) W 7-0 at Tennessee (12) L 4-3 Mississippi (14) L 4-3 at South Carolina (51) W 5-2 Florida (3) L 6-1 LSU (8) W 6-0 * Vanderbilt W 4-0 * LSU(10) W 4-1 * Tennessee (7) W 4-3 * Florida (3) L 4-3 # Arkansas-L.R. W 4-1 # SMU (12) L 4-3 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, # at NCAA Regionals, (#) Rolex Ranking

2001 (28-1) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS

William & Mary W 7-0 Georgia State W 7-0 Arkansas W 6-1 %Washington L 4-3 %Pepperdine W 4-1 %Illinois W 4-1 Georgia Tech W 5-2 Furman W 7-0 California-Irvine W 7-0 Alabama W 7-0 Clemson W 7-0 Vanderbilt W 7-0 LSU W 4-3 Mississippi W 4-3 Mississippi State W 5-2 South Carolina W 5-0 Tennessee W 6-1 Kentucky W 5-2 Auburn W 4-3 Florida W 7-0 Mississippi State* W 4-0 Mississippi* W 4-0 Tennessee* W 4-3 #Furman W 4-0 #Georgia Tech W 4-0 $California W 4-0 $Duke W 4-3 $SMU W 4-0 $Tennessee W 4-1 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, #at NCAA Regionals, $NCAAs

2002 (28-4)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Clemson (56) W Lander (21-DII) W Ohio State (24) W %Brown (53) W %Notre Dame (10) W %Illinois (6) L Furman (67) W Charlotte (64) W Vanderbilt (27) W Kentucky (9) W William & Mary (51) W

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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Auburn (15) W 4-3 Alabama (t18) W 6-1 Georgia Tech (32) W 7-0 Arkansas (23) W 5-2 LSU (28) W 4-0 Illinois (2) W 5-2 Southern Methodist (41) W 6-1 Mississippi (6) W 5-2 Mississippi State (21) W 4-0 Georgia State (61) W 6-1 South Carolina (24) W 5-2 Florida (10) W 5-2 Tennessee (8) L 4-3 *South Carolina (21) W 4-1 *Tennessee (11) L 4-3 #Charleston Southern W 4-0 #South Carolina (19) W 4-0 $Texas A&M (16) W 4-1 $Pepperdine (8) W 4-1 $UCLA (4) W 4-2 Southern Cal (11) L 4-1 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, #at NCAA Regionals, $NCAAs

2003 (8-16)

at Clemson L 4-3 at North Carolina (26) L 5-2 at Illinios (2) L 7-0 at Georgia Tech (46) W 4-3 vs. Texas (9) W 4-2 % vs. Baylor (3) L 4-0 % vs. Kentucky L 4-2 % vs. Harvard (32) W 4-3 at Vanderbilt (24) L 7-0 at Kentucky (9) L 4-3 William and Mary (47) W 4-3 Auburn (19) W 5-2 at Alabama (15) L 5-2 LSU (20) L 5-2 Southern Methodist cancelled Pepperdine (42) L 5-2 Arkansas (26) W 4-0 Ole Miss (5) L 4-3 Mississippi State L 5-2 at South Carolina (20) L 5-2 at Florida (2) L 6-1 Tennessee (48) W 6-1 * vs. South Carolina (12) W 4-1 * vs. Vanderbilt (8) L 4-0 # vs. South Florida (43) L 4-0 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, #at NCAA Regionals (College Station, Texas)

2004 (20-6)

SEC CHAMPIONS

William & Mary (41) W 6-1 Ohio State (15) W 5-2 North Carolina (52) L 5-2 Louisville (61) W 5-2 Furman W 7-0 Clemson (26) W 4-3 Georgia State W 7-0 at LSU (12) W 4-3 at Arkansas (25) L 4-3 Georgia Tech (34) W 4-3 at Mississippi State (29) W 5-2 at Ole Miss (2) L 5-2 Florida (9) W 4-2 South Carolina W 4-0 South Florida (46) W 4-1 Kentucky (22) W 4-3 Vanderbilt (20) W 5-2 Tennessee (16) L 5-2 Alabama (35) W 4-3 Auburn (43) L 5-2 * vs. Mississippi State W 4-1 * vs. Florida W 4-1 * vs. Mississippi W 4-3 # vs. Tennessee Tech W 4-0 # vs. Texas (43) W 4-2 % vs. Vanderbilt (22) L 4-3 *at SEC’s (Nashville, Tenn.), #NCAA Regionals (Athens, Ga.), %NCAA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)

2005 (20-7)

William & Mary (46) W Louisville (39) W Furman W Ohio State (17) W Ohio State (15) W #Illinois (3) L

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6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 4-2 4-0

#Duke (8) L 4-1 UC-Irvine W 7-0 Sacramento State W 5-2 at Alabama (45) W 6-1 Auburn (15) W 6-1 LSU (17) W 5-2 Arkansas (49) W 5-2 at Georgia Tech (51) W 5-2 Mississippi State (15) L 4-3 Mississippi (6) W 5-2 at Florida (9) L 4-3 at South Carolina (34) L 4-3 at Kentucky (19) W 4-3 at Vanderbilt (54) W 5-2 Tennessee (23) W 6-1 * vs. Mississippi State W 4-0 * vs. Florida L 4-3 # vs. Winthrop (75) W 4-0 # vs. Clemson (27) W 4-0 % vs. LSU (10) W 4-0 % vs. Mississippi (4) L 4-2 *at SEC’s (Athens, Ga.), #NCAA Regionals (Athens, Ga.), %NCAA Tournament (College Station, Texas)

2006 (30-1)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Louisville W 7-0 Clemson W 5-2 East Tennessee W 6-0 Furman W 7-0 %Colorado W 4-0 %UCLA W 4-3 %Illinois W 4-3 %Pepperdine W 4-0 William & Mary W 7-0 Georgia State W 7-0 at Arkansas W 5-2 at LSU W 6-1 South Carolina W 7-0 Florida W 4-3 Georgia Tech W 6-1 at Auburn W 5-2 Alabama W 6-1 Kentucky W 7-0 Vanderbilt W 7-0 at Mississippi State W 4-0 at Mississippi W 4-3 at Tennessee W 5-2 *Alabama W 4-0 *Mississippi State W 4-0 *Mississippi W 4-2 #Furman W 4-0 #Georgia Tech W 4-0 $Notre Dame W 4-0 $Virginia W 4-0 $Baylor W 4-3 $Pepperdine L 4-2 %at ITA Team Indoors (Seattle, Wash.), *SEC’s (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), #NCAA Regionals (Athens, Ga.), $NCAA Tournament (Palo Alto, Cal.)

2007 (32-0) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS William & Mary Clemson Georgia State at Georgia Tech %Penn %Pepperdine %Virginia %Ohio State Furman Tulsa *Arkansas *LSU *at South Carolina *at Florida *USC *Auburn *at Alabama *at Kentucky *at Vanderbilt *Mississippi State *Ole Miss Baylor *Tennessee *Mississippi State *LSU *Ole Miss #Fairleigh Dickinson #Auburn

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

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

$Florida W $UCLA W $Virginia W $Illinois W % at USTA/ITA Team Indoors; * SECs; # at NCAA Regionals; $ NCAAs

4-0 4-0 4-1 4-0

2008 (27-3) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS Stanford W at Tulsa W East Tennessee State W Georgia State W %at Washington W %Texas W %Ohio State L Furman W St. Bonaventure W *Mississippi State W *Ole Miss W William & Mary W *South Carolina W *Florida W Georgia Tech W *LSU W *Arkansas W *Alabama W *Auburn W *Kentucky W *Vanderbilt W *Tennessee L *Vanderbilt W *Florida L #Radford W #Auburn W $Pepperdine W $Ole Miss W $Virginia W $Texas W %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors; * SECs; # at NCAA Regionals; $ NCAAs

2009 (25-4)

Clemson (61) W South Carolina (51) W Washington (36) W East Tennessee State (37) W William & Mary (61) W %Florida State (16) W %Southern Cal (6) W %Stanford (11) W %Virginia (5) L Georgia State W Georgia Tech (54) W Furman (72) W at Ole Miss (10) L at Mississippi State W Florida (8) W South Carolina (15) W LSU (31) W at Arkansas (46) W Auburn (27) W Alabama (15) W at Vanderbilt (52) W at Kentucky (14) W Tennessee (6) W *Auburn W *Tennessee (6) L $South Carolina State W $Virginia Tech (26) W $Illinois (13) W $Texas (12) L %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors (Chicago, Ill.) * at SECs (Auburn, Ala.) $ at NCAAs (Athens/College Station, Texas)

2010 (21-8)

USC Upstate (72) W %Northwestern (36) W %North Carolina (28) W Georgia Tech (41) W &vs. Ole Miss (11) W &at Virginia (6) L &vs. Florida (10) L East Tennessee St. (62) W Furman (65) W at Auburn (56) W at Alabama (25) W William & Mary (53) W Kentucky (6) W Vanderbilt (27) W

GEORGIA TENNIS

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

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

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

Southern Cal (3) L 4-2 Arkansas (41) W 6-0 Ohio State (3) L 4-2 at LSU (41) W 5-2 Mississippi State (47) W 5-2 Ole Miss (16) W 5-2 at South Carolina (43) W 4-3 at Florida (6) L 5-2 at Tennessee (2) L 6-1 *vs. Auburn (37) L 4-3 #UNC Greensboro W 4-0 #Florida State (29) W 4-3 $Florida (6) W 4-2 $Oklahoma (20) W 4-0 $Tennessee (2) L 4-1 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.); *SEC Tournament (Lexington, Ky.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.)

2011 (24-6)

Clemson (53) W 7-0 %Oklahoma State (55) W 4-0 %North Carolina (20) W 4-1 USC-Upstate (60) W 7-0 at Ohio State (4) L 6-1 East Tennessee State (49) W 7-0 at Georgia Tech (21) L 4-3 &vs. Tennessee (3) L 4-2 &vs. Louisville (12) W 4-1 &vs. Stanford (7) W 4-2 Furman W 7-0 Auburn (21) W 4-0 Alabama (29) W 7-0 at Vanderbilt (23) W 6-1 at Kentucky (11) W 4-3 LSU (44) W 7-0 Louisville (34) W 4-3 at Arkansas (68) W 7-0 at Ole Miss (25) W 4-3 at Mississippi State (32) W 4-3 Florida (16) W 4-3 South Carolina W 7-0 Tennessee (4) L 4-3 *vs. LSU (33) W 4-1 *vs. Kentucky (11) L 4-0 #Samford W 4-0 #Auburn (23) W 4-0 $vs. Duke (11) W 4-1 $vs. Tennessee (3) W 4-3 $vs. Southern California (2) L 4-0 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Seattle, Wash.); *SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Stanford, Calif.)

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B Brant Bailey Dudley Baird Mike Baker Steven Baldas Ivan Baron Craig Baskin John Beaver Brad Benedict Charles Benedict Tom Benedict Drake Bernstein George Bezecny Becky Birchmore Danny Birchmore Fred Birchmore, Jr. Strahinja Bobusic Matias Boeker Nicolas Boeker Kels Boland Mark Bolier Jack Boykin John Boytim Kevin Brackett Bob Brail Jack Brail Tom Brand Ryan Brandt Garrett Brasseaux Plott Brice Carey Browder Charles Browder Jody Brown Charles Bryan Dick Budd Tom Bullard Hilliard Burt Walter Burt Marsh Butler

1967-68-69 1958 1989-90 1995-96-97-98 1991 1993 1930-31-32-33 2005-06-07 1961-62-63 1966-67 2008-09-10-11 1982-83-84-85 1963 1970-71-72-73 1963 2003-04-05-06 2000-01-02 2000-01-02-03 1927-28-29 1991-92 1930-31 1987 1987 1949-50 1948-49 1912-13 1994-95 2011 1936-37-38 1971-72-73 1971-72-73 1939 1959-60-61 1949 1948 1948-49-50 1941 1990

C W.H. Campbell Chad Carlson Todd Carlson Marvin Carpenter Ed Carter Frank Carter Trey Carter Wesley Cash Jim Causey Jim Childs Billy Chocallo Mike Cmaylo Aaron Cohn Roy Collier George Conneratt R.V. Conneratt Talito Corrales Malon Courts Richard Courts Charles Cowart Mack Crenshaw Cameron Cross Brent Crymes Bob Cummings Lane Curlee

1921 1998-99-01 2001 1956-57 1907-08-09-10 1910-11-12-13 1985-86-87-88 1976-77-78-79 1964-65 1987-88-89-90 1986-87-88 1967-68-69-70 1935-36-37 1932 1932-33 1930-31 1998-99 1927-28-29 1957-58-59 1960-61-62 1962-63-64 1995 1978-79-80-81 1952 1980-82

D Gary Davis J.A. Davis Fred Dean H.H. Deane Bill Deas Tim Delaney Dick Denny Manuel Diaz Ricky Diaz David Dick

1976-77 1966 1956 1905-06-07 1926-27 1975-76-77-78 1926-27 1972-73-74-75 1975-76-77-78 1973-74-75-76

Nick Dobosh Dick Dodd Sadio Doumbia

1993-94 1928-29 2011

E Charlie Ellis Stephen Enochs

1976-77 1986-87-88-89

F Henry Feild Luis Flores LeRoy Forehand Lynn Fort John Foster Tom Foster James Free Deane Frey Jack Frierson Carleton Fuller Sam Fuller

1964-65-66 2006-07-08 1956 1921 1958-59 1980-81-82-83 1985 1982-83-84-85 1989-90-91-92 1962-63-64 1967-68

G Gil Gainer Chris Garner Javier Garrapiz Charles Gaston Joe Gettys Barron Gillis John Gimma Paul Gleason Will Glenn Ricardo Gonzalez R. T. Goodwyn Danny Granot Hill Griffin George Griffith Paul Groth

1975-76-78 1988 2008-09-10-11 1962-63 1974-75 1981 1950-51-52 1941 1999-00-02-03 2004-05-06-07 1910-12-13 1984 1960-61-62 1934-35 1979-80-81

H James Ham Mark Harden Charles Harris Don Hartsfield Lew Hege (M) Joe Heldmann Travis Helgeson Hisham Hemeda Scott Henson Alex Hill Bob Hill Manson Hill R.H. Hill Comer Hobbs Bo Hodge Norman Holmes W.R. Holmes Andy Homeyer Charles Hooper Lindsey Hopkins Carter Horn Pierre Howard Ray Howard Ridley Howard Wade Hoyt Danny Huff Rocky Huffman Brent Hughes Jamie Hunt

1961 1975-76-78 1963-1964 1956-57-58 1974 1983 2007-08 1996-97-98-99 1959-60 2007-09-10 1948-49 1974 1905 1961 2001-02-03-04 1968-69-70-71 1909 1974-75-76-77 1926 1957-58-59 1932-33-34 1963-64-65 1947 1966-67 1934-35-36 1952-53-54-55 1968-69-70-71 1972-73-74-75 2007-08-09-10

I John Isner

2004-05-06-07

J Eddie Jacques Murphy Jensen Lyons Joel Campbell Johnson Philip Johnson Albert Jones Phil Jordan Rafael Jordán Lesley Joseph

1994-95-96-97 1990 1952-53 2011 1984-85-86-87 1936-37-38 1935-36 1996-97 2000-01-02

K Ara Kalpak Alex Keller Martin Kilpatrick

1966-67 1964-65-66 1967-70

Wright Kimbro Gerald Kleis Tim Knowles Paul Kolevsohn Bill Kopecky Herber Krumbern

1997 1981-82 1983 1999 1971-72-73-74 1949-50

L Edmund Landau Michael Lang Roy Lankam Ed Lary Jamie Laschinger Treville Lawrence L.B. Lee Bill Legwen Demetris Leontis Scott Lewis Max Lindsay Bud Lindsey Paul Lindsey Peter Lloyd Raian Luchici

1936 1998-99 1912 1956-57-58 1993-94-95-96 1936-37 1905-06 1927-28-29 2000-01 1989-90-91 1937-38-39 1932 1933-34-35 1979-80-81-82 2003

Lawrence Powell Colin Purcell R Elango Ranganathan Marcus Reck Zahner Reynold Will Reynolds Zach Rice Phillip Roberts John Roddick Bill Rogers Antonio Ruiz Tim Ruotolo Douglas Russell

1977-78 1991 1939-40-41 2010 1967-68-69-70 1985-86-87-88 1995-96-97-98 1978-79-80-81 2005-06 1987 1964-65-66

S Ignacio Sancho Johannes Sauer Nate Schnugg Bob Schwartz Joe Scoggins Harry Scott Mike Sell Adam Seri Kevin Sessions Bill Shippey Bill Simons Jack Sisley S.B. Slack Bob Smith Craig Smith Gordon Smith Louis Smith Ed Southerland Wil Spencer William Spratlin Stan Steinberg Ronnie Stover Matt Swift

1981 1984 2007-08-09-10 1950-51-52 1950-51 1967-70 1992-93-94-95 1999-00-02 1994-95-96-97 1966-68-69 1950-51 1973 1911 1952 1968 1972-73-74-75 1955-56-57 1937-38 2011 1984 1954-55 1967 1966-67

M Dan Magill 1940-41 captain-elect in ‘42, but WWII cancelled schedule Ola Malmqvist 1982-83 Borja Malo 2009 Stephen Maloney 1979-80 Ed Manderson 1966 Joe Manderson 1960-61-62 John Mangan 1979-80-81-82 Bobby Mariencheck 1991-92-93-94 Tommy Marsh 1978-79 Steve Martin 1978 Howard Mason 1932 Chris Maughon (T) 1981-82-83 Chuck McClure 1947-48 Charlie McCullough 1952-53 John McDermott 1938-39 T Miche McDonough 1984 Ignacio Taboada Greg McGarity 1973 Bob Tanis Wade McGuire 1991-92-93 Horace Thom William McMullan 1953-54-55 Alfred Thompson Lance McNamara 1988 Bill Thompson Grover Middlebrook 1907-08 Gerald Thonhauser T.J. Middleton 1986-87-88-89 Kelly Thurman Allen Miller 1982-83-84-85 Stephan Timu Don Miller 1955 Andy Trimble Francisco Montana 1988-89 Kirby Turnage Chris Morgan 1984-85 Phil Morgan 1937 U Mike Morrison 1987-88-89-90 Carlos Ubinas Chris Motes 2007 Bill Mulherin 1953 V Carl Mullis (M) 2001 Ernest Vandiver Jason Varela N Josh Varela Hamilton Napier 1927-30-31 Christian Vitulli Zuhair Nejib 1956-59-60 Ion Vlad Hector Nevares 1990-91-92 Tom von Dohlen Bart Newman 1997 Wayne Newton 1961 W Charlie Nunnally 1926 Brandon Wagner Randy Walker O Hilton Wall Will Oliver 2010-11 Jeff Wallace Matic Omerzel 2004-05-06-07 James Watrous Matias Ormaza 2004-05 Brian Wayne Tony Ortiz 1968 A.L. Weill Beryl Weiner P M.B. Wheeler Al Parker 1988-89-90-91 James Whiting Travis Parrott 1999-00-01 Elisha Williams Dave Pass 1953 Billy Williamson Nirav Patel 1992-93-94-95 Thad Wills Robert Patrick 1992 Trevor Wilson Mikael Pernfors 1984-85 David Wolf Bruce Peterson 1977-78 John Woods Bill Petrusky 1977-78 Bob Wyatt Hernus Pieters 2011 Joey Pitts 1996(rs)-97-98-99-00 Z Albin Polonyi 1993-94 Sherif Zaher Thomas Porter 1977 Merritt Pound 1952-53-54-55

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2011 1970-71-72-73 1955-56-57 1957-58-58 1983-84 1986 1980-81 2002-03 1952 1980-81-82-83 1974 1938 2003-04 2006-09 2007-08-09-10 2002 1975-76-77 2000-01-02 1988-89 1938-39 1983-84 1968-69-70-71 1991-92 1938 1953 1947-48-49-51 1977 1973-74 1944-45 1956 2003-04-05 1991 1939-41 1941 1998-99

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NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS FIRST ROUND QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 3/4 PLAYOFF 1977 - Athens, Ga. California (L, 6-3) 1979 - Athens, Ga. Pepperdine (L, 5-4) 1980 - Athens, Ga. Pepperdine (L, 5-3) 1981 - Athens, Ga. Houston (W, 7-2) Pepperdine (W, 7-2) Stanford (L, 7-2) USC (W, 6-3) 1982 - Athens, Ga. Michigan (W, 6-0) Trinity (W, 5-2) UCLA (L, 7-2) SMU (L, 5-2) 1984 - Athens, Ga. Arkansas (W, 5-1) USC (W, 5-4) Stanford (L, 5-3) Pepperdine (L, 5-2) 1985 - Athens, Ga. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Harvard (W, 6-2) Stanford (W, 5-3) USC (W, 5-3) UCLA (W, 5-1) 1986 - Athens, Ga. Pepperdine (L, 7-2) 1987 - Athens, Ga. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Clemson (W, 5-2) Pepperdine (W, 5-3) USC (W, 5-3) UCLA (W, 5-1) 1988 - Athens, Ga. UCLA (W, 5-4) LSU (L, 5-3) 1989 - Athens, Ga. USC (W, 5-1) UC-Irvine (W, 5-1) TCU (W, 5-1) Stanford (L, 5-3) 1990 - Indian Wells, Calif. Northwestern (W, 5-1) USC (L, 5-1) 1991 - Athens, Ga. Miami (W, 5-3) UCLA (W, 5-4) California (W, 5-4) USC (L, 5-2) 1992 - Athens, Ga. Harvard (W, 5-2) Notre Dame (L, 5-4) 1993 - Athens, Ga. Florida (W, 5-0) Duke (W, 5-4) UCLA (W, 5-4) USC (L, 5-3) 1994 - South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame (W, 4-3) Mississippi State (L, 4-2) 1995 - Athens, Ga. Arizona State (W, 4-1) TCU (W, 4-1) Ole Miss (L, 4-3) 1996 - Athens, Ga. Kansas (W, 4-1) Mississippi State (W, 4-0) Stanford (L, 4-3) 1997 - Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno State (W, 4-0) Mississippi State (W, 4-2) UCLA (W, 4-2) Stanford (L, 4-0) 1998 - Athens, Ga. Harvard (W, 4-0) Pepperdine (W, 4-2) LSU (W, 4-1) Stanford (L, 4-0) FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND ROUND OF 16 QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 1999 - Athens, Ga. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Georgia State (W, 4-2) Washington (W, 4-3) Texas (W, 4-0) Baylor (W, 4-3) Ole Miss (W, 4-1) UCLA (W, 4-3) 2000 - Athens, Ga. Ark - Little Rock (W, 4-1) SMU (L, 4-3) 2001 - Athens, Ga. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Furman (W, 4-0) Georgia Tech (W, 4-0) California (W, 4-0) Duke (W, 4-3) SMU (W, 4-0) Tennessee (W, 4-1) 2002 - College Station, Texas Charleston So. (W, 4-0) South Carolina (W, 4-2) Texas A&M (W, 4-1) Pepperdine (W, 4-1) UCLA (W, 4-2) USC (L, 4-1) 2003 - Athens, Ga. South Florida (L, 4-1) 2004 - Tulsa, Okla. Tennessee Tech (W, 4-0) Texas (W, 4-2) Vanderbilt (L, 4-3) 2005 - College Station, Texas Winthrop (W, 4-0) Clemson (W, 4-0) LSU (W, 4-0) Ole Miss (L, 4-2) 2006 - Palo Alto, Calif. Furman (W, 4-0) Georgia Tech (W, 4-0) Notre Dame (W, 4-0) Virginia (W, 4-0) Baylor (W, 4-3) Pepperdine (L, 4-2) 2007 - Athens, Ga. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Farleigh Dickenson (W, 4-0) Auburn (W, 4-0) Florida (W, 4-0) UCLA (W, 4-0) Virginia (W, 4-2) Illinois (W, 4-0) 2008 - Tulsa, Okla. - NCAA CHAMPIONS Radford (W, 4-0) Auburn (W, 4-0) Pepperdine (W, 4-1) Ole Miss (W, 4-0) Virginia (W, 4-3) Texas (W, 4-2) 2009 - College Station, Texas South Carolina St. (W, 4-0) Virginia Tech (W, 4-1) Illinois (W, 4-3) Texas (L, 4-2) 2010 - Athens, Ga. UNC Greensboro (W, 4-0) Florida State (W, 4-3) Florida (W, 4-2) Oklahoma (W, 4-0) Tennessee (L, 4-1) 2011 - Palo Alto, Calif. Samford (W, 4-0) Auburn (W, 4-0) Duke (W, 4-1) Tennessee (W, 4-3) Southern California (L, 4-0) TOTAL UGA APPEARANCES: 33 • OVERALL RECORD: 87-28 • 6-TIME QUARTERFINALIST • 7-TIME SEMIFINALIST • 13 FINALS APPEARANCES • 6 TITLES WON Site listed is location of NCAA Championships. 26

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FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND ROUND OF 16 QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 1977 - Charlie Ellis Bye Randy Crawford (TCU) Andy Lucchesi (USC) Tony Graham [12] (UCLA) W, 2-6, 7-6(5-3), 7-6(5-4) W, 6-3, 6-4 L, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 1978 - Wes Cash Matt Doyle (Yale) Leo Palin [13] (Pepperdine) W, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 L, 6-2, 6-3 1979 - Wes Cash Juan Farrow [15] (SIU Edwardsville) L, 6-1, 6-3 1979 - Bill Rogers Jay Lapidus [5] (Princeton) L, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 1980 - Peter Lloyd Scott McCain [2] (California) L, 6-2, 6-3 1981 - John Mangan Andy Gordon (Arizona) L, 6-3, 7-5 1981 - Bill Rogers Danny Saltz (UCLA) L, 6-1, 6-1 1982 - Tom Foster Chiam Arolsorov [9-16] (Duke) L, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 1982 - John Mangan Eric van’t Hof (SMU) L, 6-3, 7-6 (4) 1982 - Allen Miller Jean Desdunes [9-16] (Clemson) Jeff Turpin (SMU) W, 6-2, 6-2 L, 6-1, 6-3 1983 - Joe Heldman Ric Rudeen (Clemson) Todd Witsken (USC) W, 6-1, 6-2 L, 7-6(3), 6-4 1983 - Allen Miller Christian Schultes (Utah) Mark Flur [9] (Duke) Fredrik Pahlett (Minnesota) W, 7-6(3), 6-3 W, 6-0, 6-1 L, 6-3, 6-2 1984 - Allen Miller Fredrik Pahlett (Minnesota) L, 6-4, 6-4 1984 - Mikael Pernfors [4] (Champion) Mark Styslinger (SMU) Jon Treml (NE Louisiana) Jeff Klaparda [9-16] (UCLA) Todd Witsken [9-16] (USC) Jonny Levine [2] (Texas) Lawson Duncan [3] (Clemson) W, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-2 W, 5-7, 7-6(2), 6-2 W, 7-6(4), 6-1 W, 1-6, 7-6(2), 6-2 W, 6-1, 6-4 1985 - George Bezecny [7] Jeff Hersh (Duke) Tom Mercer (TCU) Jeff Chambers (UNC) Dan Goldie [2] (Stanford) Todd Witsken [4] (USC) Mikael Pernfors [1] (Georgia) W, 6-0, 6-2 W, 6-2, 1-0, ret. W, 6-1, 6-2 W, 5-7, 7-6(7), 6-0 W, 6-4, 6-4 L, 6-2, 6-3 1985 - Mikael Pernfors [1] (Champion) Chuck Merzbacher (Minnesota) Carlos DiLaura (Pepperdine) Steve DeVries [9-16] (California) Grant Connell [6] (Texas A&M) Jim Grabb [3] (Stanford) George Bezecny [7] (Georgia) W, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 W, default W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 6-4, 6-0 W, 7-5, 6-4 W, 6-2, 6-3 1986 - Trey Carter Kelly Jones [4] (Pepperdine) L, 7-6(6), 5-7, 6-3 1986 - Philip Johnson Jan Sandberg (South Carolina) Brad Pearce [5] (UCLA) W, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 L, 6-1, 7-6(4) 1987 - John Boytim Bret Garnett (SW Louisiana) 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 1987 - Stephen Enochs Ken Diller (South Carolina) 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 1987 - Philip Johnson [3] Johan Karlen (South Carolina) Brett Greenwood (UCLA) W, 6-3, 6-1 L, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 1988 - Stephen Enochs Joby Foley (West Virginia) Andrew Sznajder [3] (Pepperdine) W, 6-1, 6-7(4), 6-4 L, 6-2, 6-2 1988 - Chris Garner Hakan Svensson (SW Missouri St) Kenny Thorne [9-16] (GA Tech) Byron Talbot (Tennessee) W, 7-6(3), 6-2 W, 7-5, 1-6, 6-1 L, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 1988 - Al Parker Craig Johnson (Pepperdine) Mark Greenan (Wake Forest) Greg Failla [9-16] (Cal St-Long B) Mark Kaplan (Cal-Irvine) Robbie Weiss [1] (Pepperdine) W, 1-6, 7-5, 7-6(4) W, 7-5, 3-6, 6-4 W,6-3, 3-6, 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-3 L, 6-3, 6-2 1989 - Stephen Enochs [9-16] David DiLucia (Notre Dame) Jeff Gross (Kansas) Dan Goldberg (Michigan) Travor Kroneman [9-16] (UC-Irvine) Steven Jung (Nebraska) W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 7-6(4), 6-2 W, 7-6(9), 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 6-3, 6-2 1989 - Francisco Montana MaliVai Washington [1] (Michigan) Vince Van Gelderen (Clemson) Brian Garrow (UCLA) Kip Brady (Cal-Santa Barbara) Donni Leaycraft [9-16] (LSU) W, 6-4, 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-2 W, 7-6(5), 7-6(1) W, 2-6, 6-0, 6-3 L, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 1989 - Al Parker [7] Jason Netter (UCLA) Mark Jeffrey (Miss State) John Sullivan [9-16] (Clemson) Donni Leaycraft [9-16] (LSU) W, 6-2, 6-0 W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 6-7(1), 7-5, 6-1 L, 7-5, 6-1 1990 - Al Parker [5-8] David Decret (Cal-Santa Barbara) Jason Netter (UCLA) W, 6-2, 6-4 L, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 1991 - Patricio Arnold [9-16] Ricardo Herrero (San Diego St) Ellis Ferreira (Alabama) Conny Falk [1] (Miami) Byron Black [8] (USC) Alex O’Brien [3] (Stanford) Jared Palmer (Stanford) W, 6-4, 7-6(5) W, 6-2, 6-1 W, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 W, 6-2, 6-3 W, 6-2, 7-5 L, 6-2, 6-0 1991 - Ivan Baron Hubert Karrasch (Texas) Fabio Silverberg (Tennessee) Jared Palmer (Stanford) W, 6-0, 6-0 W, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 L, 6-0, 6-3 1991 - Al Parker [2] Dave Lomicky (Arizona State) Albert Chang (Harvard) W, 6-2, 6-3 L, 7-6(1), 6-2 1992 - Wade McGuire [5-8] Luis Ruette (TCU) Michael Flanagan (Stanford) Michael Tebbutt (N. Arizona) Tamer El Sawy (LSU) Howard Joffe (Pepperdine) Alex O’Brien [3] (Stanford) W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 7-6(4), 6-3 W, 6-1, 6-4 W, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 W, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 L, 6-3, 6-2 1992 - Bobby Mariencheck Mike Zimmerman (Harvard) David Ekerot (USC) W, 6-1, 6-3 L, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 1992 - Mike Sell Mark Knowles (UCLA) Jon Leach (USC) Howard Joffe (Pepperdine) W, 6-4, 6-2 W, 6-0, 6-0 L, 7-5, 6-2 1993 - Wade McGuire [4] Chet Crile (Washington) Michael Kirsten (UAB) Mark Merklein [9-16] (Florida) David Ekerot [9-16] (USC) Davide Sanjuinetti (UCLA) Chris Woodruff [1] (Tennessee) W, 6-1, 6-1 W, 6-2, 6-3 W, 6-3, 6-4 W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6(5) L, 6-3, 6-1 1993 - Mike Sell [9-16] Steve Flanigan (West Virginia) Ernesto Diaz (Boise State) Chris Woodruff [1] (Tennessee) W, 6-7(11), 6-2, 6-2 W, 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-2 L, 6-2, 7-5 1994 - Jamie Laschinger Roger Pettersson [9-16] (UNLV) Pedro Braga (LSU) Wayne Black [1] (USC) W, 7-6(5), 6-2 W, 7-6(5), 5-7, 7-6(11) L, 6-1, 6-2 1994 - Bobby Mariencheck Jon Leach [9-16] (USC) L, 6-4, 6-2

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FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND ROUND OF 16 QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 1994 - Mike Sell Dan Coakley (Dartmouth) Charles Auffray [9-16] (Pepperdine) Chris Pressley [5-8] (Duke) Marcus Hilpert [2] (Arkansas) W, 7-6(1), 6-1 W, 6-1, 6-3 W, 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 L, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 1995 - Steven Baldas [9-16] Mike Sprouse (Notre Dame) L, 7-6(8), 5-7, 6-4 1995 - Eddie Jacques Chris Numbers (San Diego St) Michael Hill [9-16] (California) W, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 L, 6-4, 6-4 1995 - Mike Sell [9-16] Casey Louis (California) Alex Decret (Cal-Santa Barbara) David Caldwell [8] (North Carolina) W, 6-3, 6-2 W, 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-4 L, 6-2, 6-7(5), 6-2 1996 - Steven Baldas Todd Meringoff (Harvard) L, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 1996 - John Roddick Eric Taino (UCLA) Jim Thomas (Stanford) Adam Peterson (USC) W, 6-2, 7-6(2) W, 6-4, 6-1 L, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(4) 1997 - John Roddick [8] Ignacio Hirigoyen (SMU) L, 7-6(4), 6-3 1998 - Steven Baldas Asaf Tishler (UNLV) Thomas Dupre [5] (Mississippi State) W, 6-3, 6-3 L, 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 1998 - Hisham Hemeda Aaron Marchetti (Virginia Tech) Michal Chmela [3] (LSU) George Bastl (USC) W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 6-4, 6-1 L, 6-0, 6-2 1998 - John Roddick Adam Neal (Oklahoma) Sebastien DeChaunac [2] (Miss. St.) Ryan Wolters [9-16] (Stanford) Robert Samuelsson [7] (Tulane) Bob Bryan [6] (Stanford) W, 6-3, 6-4 W, 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 W, 6-4, 6-4 W, 2-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(10) L, 6-3, 6-4 1999 - Hisham Hemeda [8] Luis Uribe (Kansas) Shuon Madden (Texas A&M) Brandon Hawk (Texas) W, 6-3, 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-4 L, 4-6, 7-5,7-6(5) 1999 - Chad Carlson Ignacio Hirigoyen [9-16] (SMU) L, 6-3, 6-1 2000 - Matias Boeker [9-16] Dusty Beard (Oklahoma) Guillermo Carter (Oregon) W, 6-3, 6-3 L, 7-6(5), 6-3 2000 - Adam Seri Cary Franklin [9-16] (Illinois) L, 6-4, 6-2 2001 - Matias Boeker [3] (champion) David Martin (Stanford) Jamie Gresh (Penn State) Jean-Julien Rojer [9-16] (UCLA) Steve Berke (Yale) Guilaume Legat [7] (S. Carolina) Brian Vahaley (Virginia) W, 6-1, 6-4 W, 6-2, 6-4 W, 6-1, 6-4 W, 6-3, 6-4 W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 6-2, 6-2 2001 - Chad Carlson Phil Metz (Ohio State) L, 6-2, 4-1, ret. 2001 - Lesley Joseph Andrew Park [9-16] (USC) Andres Pedroso (Duke) W, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 L, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 2002 - Matias Boeker [1] (champion) Steve Berke (Yale) David Loewenthal (Wake Forest) Thomas Schneiter (UNLV) Nick Rainey (USC) David Martin (Stanford) Jesse Witten [4] (Kentucky) W, 6-2, 6-3 W, 2-6, 6-4, 6-0 W, 6-2, 6-1 W, 7-5, 6-2 W, 6-4, 6-4 W, 6-2, 6-2 2002 - Brandon Wagner Roger Anderson (Georgia Tech) Bobby Reynolds [9-16] (Vanderbilt) Ryan Newport (Texas A&M) Ryan Haviland (Stanford) W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 W, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 L, 6-2, 6-1 2003 - Nicolas Boeker Tobias Clemens [5] (UCLA) Mark van Elden (Oklahoma St) Hamid Mirzadeh (Florida) [9-16] W, 7-5, 6-4 W, 6-1, 6-4 L, 6-1, 6-4 2003 - Bo Hodge [4] Jean Simon (Texas) Matt Hanlin (Washington) Michael Kogan [9-16] (Tulane) Todd Widom (Miami) W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 6-2, 1-6, 7-6(1) W, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 L, 6-3, 7-5 2004 - Bo Hodge Felix Hardt (San Diego St) Andres Lauland (Virginia Tech) Franticek Babej (South Alabama) W, 6-1, 7-6 W, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6(2) L, 6-3, 6-4 2005 - John Isner Mark van Elden (Oklahoma St) Travis Helgeson (Texas) W, 6-4, 6-4 L, 3-6, 4-6 2006 - Luis Flores [9-16] Ryler DeHeart (Illinois) L, 1-6, 5-7 2006 - John Isner [2] D.J. Geatz (Minnesota) Roger Matalonga (Arizona) W, 7-5, 6-3 L, 6-7, 4-6 2007 - John Isner [1] Andy Juc (Furman) Bassam Beidas (Pepperdine) Ken Skupski (LSU) Steven Moneke [5] (Ohio State) Alex Slovic (Washington) Somdev Dewarman [2] (Virginia) W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 6-4, 7-5 W, 7-6(8), 7-5 W, 6-3, 6-2 W, 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-4 L, 7-6(4), 4-6, 7-6(2) 2007 - Luis Flores [9-16] Haythem Abid (UCLA) Harel Srugo (Old Dominion) Jesse Levine [3] (Florida) W, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 W, 6-2, 6-3 L, 6-1, 6-3 2007 - Travis Helgeson [9-16] Henrique Cancado (Old Dominion) Peirre Mouillon (California) Somdev Dewarman [2] (Virginia) W, 6-4, 6-3 W, 6-3, 6-4 L, 6-1, 6-2 2007 - Matic Omerzel Matko Maravic (Michigan) L, 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 2008 - Travis Helgeson Moritz Baumann (Wisconsin) Kaden Hensel (Tennessee) Bassam Beidas (Pepperdine) W, 6-4, 6-3 W, 6-2, 6-7(5), 7-5 L, 6-1, 6-4 2008 - Luis Flores Oleksandr Nedovyesov (Oklahoma State) L, 6-2, 6-2 2008 - Jamie Hunt Ryan Rowe (Illinois) L, 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 2008 - Nate Schnugg Ruben Gonzales (Illinois) L, 6-3, 7-6(3) 2009 - Nate Schnugg Reid Carleton (Duke) Dennis Nevolo (Illinois) Alex Clayton (Stanford) W, 6-1, 6-4 W, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 L, 6-4, 7-6(4) 2010 - Javier Garrapiz Andrei Daescu (Oklahoma) Robert Farah (USC) [9-16] W, 6-4, 6-3 L, 7-5, 6-1 2011 - Javier Garrapiz Raony Carvalho (Texas Tech) Rhyne Williams (Tennessee) W, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 L, 6-1, 6-1 2011 - Wil Spencer Austen Childs (Louisville) [9-16] L, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 2011 - Sadio Doumbia Gonzalo Escobar (Texas Tech) L, 6-2, 6-3

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FIRST ROUND ROUND OF 16 QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 1977 - Wes Cash/Charlie Ellis Jeff Etterbeck/Jud Schaufler (Michigan) L, 6-7(5-4), 7-6(5-2), 7-5 1978 - Wes Cash/Tim Delaney Tony Graham/Jon Paley (UCLA) Jay Lapidus/Leif Shiras [1] (Princeton) W, 6-3, 6-4 L, 6-4, 1-6, 7-5 1979 - Wes Cash/Bill Rogers [8] Marcel Freeman/Mike Harrington (UCLA) L, 6-3, 6-4 1980 - Brent Crymes/Paul Groth Paul Batten/Niak Brash (San Jose State) John Benson/Tony Gimmalva [2] (Trinity) W, 6-3, 6-3 L, 6-7(5-3), 6-4, 6-2 1981 - Brent Crymes/Paul Groth Mark Johnson/Kirk Loomis (Okla. State) L, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 1981 - John Mangan/Bill Rogers Drew Giltlin/Jermoe Vanier [5-8] (SMU) Howard Sands/Mike Terner (Harvard) Mark Dickson/Pender Murphy (Clemson) David Pate/Karl Richter [3] (TCU) W, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 W, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 W, 6-3, 6-4 L, 5-7(5-3), 6-4, 6-2 1982 - Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller [5-8] Eddie Baretto/Mike Howard (San Fran.) Marcel Freeman/Robbie Venter (UCLA) David Pate/Karl Richter [1] (TCU) Mark Pinchoff/Tomm Warneke [3] (Trinity) Peter Doohan/Pat Serret [5-8] (Arkansas) W, 6-4, 6-3 W, 7-6(6), 4-6, 7-5 W, 6-3, 6-3 W, 6-4, 6-7(1), 6-3 L, 7-6(5), 5-7, 6-2 1982 - John Mangan/Peter Lloyd Steve Guy/Paul Smith (Wichita State) Jeff Arons/Scott Davis [5-8] (Stanford) W, 6-4, 6-3 L, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 1983 - Tom Foster/Joe Heldman Jorge Lozana/Timothy Pawsat [5-8] (USC) L, 7-6 (4), 3-6, 6-4 1983 - Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller (Champions - defeated Gret Holmes/John Tsumas (Utah) in out match, 7-5, 6-2) Kelly Evernden/Jose Lambert (Arkansas) Howard Sands/Warren Grossman (Harvard) Mark Mees/Tom Haney (Michigan) Toberto Saad/Paul Smith [1] (Wichita State) Ken Flach/Robert Seguso [2] (SIU Ed.) W, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 W, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 W, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 W, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 W, 7-5, 6-3 1984 - Allen Miller/Mikael Pernfors Dave Delsini/Johan Sjogren (SIU Edwardsville) Mark Basham/Michael Kures [2] (UCLA) Grant Connell/Greg Hill (Texas A&M) Rick Leach/Tim Pawsat [6] (USC) W, 6-0, 6-4 W, 6-2, 6-4 W, 6-4, 6-0 L, 6-2, 6-2 1985 - Allen Miller/Mikael Pernfors [1] David Livingston/Jeff Klaparda (UCLA) Richard Schmidt/Tim Siegel (Arkansas) Jim Grabb/John Letts [5-8] (Stanford) Carlo DiLaura/Kelly Jones [5-8] (Pepperdine) W, 6-7(2), 6-3, 7-5 W, 6-3, 6-3 W, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 L, 6-3, 6-2 1987 - John Boytim/Stephen Enochs Kyle Anderson/Marcel van der Merwe (Auburn) Ed Galbraith/Brian Garrow [5-8] (UCLA) W, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 L, 7-5, 6-4 1988 - Chris Garner/Al Parker Eric Amend/Donald Melville [1] (UCLA) L, 7-5, 6-4 1989 - Jim Childs/T.J. Middleton Clinton Banducci/Eric Lingg [3] (TCU) L, 7-6(3), 6-3 1989 - Stephen Enochs/Al Parker Joby Foley/Brad Kelly (West Virginia) L, 6-4, 6-4 1990 - Murphy Jensen/Al Parker [5-8] Joby Foley/Brad Kelly (West Virginia) Owen Casey/J.L. Guillo (Clemson) Jarred Palmer/Jonathan Stark (Stanford) W, 6-2, 7-5 W, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 L, 6-3, 6-2 1991 - Wade McGuire/Bobby Mariencheck Dean Cohen/Conny Falk (Miami) David Ekerot/Donny Issak (USC) Ellis Ferreira/Rick Witsken [5-8] (Alabama) Matt Lucena/Bend Pedersen [2] (California) W, 6-2, 6-2 W, 6-3, 6-3 W, 6-3, 7-5 L, 6-1, 6-2 1992 - Wade McGuire/Bobby Mariencheck [4] Mark Booras/Rodrigo Gonzales (West Va.) Adam Krafft/Brian Uihlein (Minnesota) W, 6-3, 6-2 L, 6-3, 6-4 1993 - Jamie Laschinger/Albin Polonyi Dave Hall/Willy Quest (Duke) Jon Leach/Brian MacPhie (USC) Stephan Figley/Jeff Spiers (Colorado) Chris Cocotos/Michael Flanagan (Stanford) W, 7-6(7), 6-4 W, default W, 6-3, 6-4 L, 7-6(7), 7-6(3) 1994 - Jamie Laschinger/Albin Polonyi Chris Cocotos/Michael Flanagan (Stanford) L, 7-6(6), 6-3 1995 - Steven Baldas/Jamie Laschinger [4] Roger Petterson/Luke Smith (UNLV) Chris Mahony/Pablo Montana (Tennessee) Remi Feneon/Johan Landsberg (Ole Miss) W, 6-3, 6-4 W, 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-1 L, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 1996 - Steven Baldas/Jamie Laschinger Sven Koehler/Dmitry Muzyka (Duke) Justin Gimelstob/Srdjan Muskatirovic [1] (UCOA) W, 7-6(4), 7-5 L, 6-4, 5-7, 7-5 1997 - John Roddick/Kevin Sessions Kevin Kim/Eric Lin [5-8] (UCLA) Paul Goldstein/Ryan Wolters (Stanford) W, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 L, 6-4, 6-2 1998 - Steven Baldas/John Roddick [3] Pepe Caballero/Jeff Williams (New Mexico) L, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(6) 2000 - Matias Boeker/Travis Parrott Leif Meineke/Wesley Moodie (Boise State) L, 7-6(4), 7-5 2001 - Matias Boeker/Travis Parrott [2] (Champions) Sebastian Graeff/Stefan Sutter (Pepperdine) Kyle Kligerman/John Portlock (Princeton) Trace Fielding/Jimmy Haney (TCU) Scott Lipsky/David Martin (Stanford) Johan Burnstron/Jon Wallmark [3] (SMU) W, 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-2 W, 7-6(0), 6-2 W, 6-4, 6-2 W, 7-5, 6-0 W, 6-4, 7-5 2002 - Matias Boeker/Bo Hodge Oliver Maiberger/Ryan Redondo [3] (San Diego State) L, 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-2 2003 - Nicolas Boeker/Bo Hodge Zoltan Csanadi/Izak Van der Merwe (ODU) Scott Lipsky/David Martin [4] (Stanford) W, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 L, 6-2, 6-3 2004 - Bo Hodge/John Isner Merek Gebicki/Braden Olson (Montana State) Jamie Cerretani/Adil Shamadsin (Brown) Chris Brandi/Hamid Mirzadeh (Florida) Zoltan Csanadi/Izak Van der Merwe (ODU) KC Corkery/Sam Warburg (Stanford) W, 6-4, 6-4 W, 6-3, 6-7(2), 7-6(3) W, 7-6(4), 7-6(1) W, 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-4 L, 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-4 2005 - John Isner/Antonio Ruiz [1] (Champions) David Kowalski/Ryan Stotland (New Mexico) Rohan Gajjar/Adrians Zguns (Arkansas) David North/Marko Rajevac (Ga. Tech) Jonathan Chu/Ashwin Kumar (Harvard) Mark Growcutt/Ken Skupski (LSU) W, 6-7(3), 7-6(7), 6-4 W, 6-3, 6-4 W, 6-3, 6-2 W, 6-7(4), 6-3, 6-4 W, 7-6(7), 7-5 2006 - John Isner/Antonio Ruiz [5-8] Konstantin Haerle/Robert Searle (Rice) L, 3-6, 6-7 (3) 2007 - John Isner/Luis Flores [1] Dan Hanegby/Saurabh Kohli (Brown) Adam Hubble/Ben Rogers (Tennessee) Mariusz Adamski/Todd Paul (Wake Forest) W, 6-4, 6-1 W, 7-6(5), 7-6(3) L, 7-5, 7-5 2007 - Travis Helgeson/Matic Omerzel Somdev Devvarman/Treat Huey [2] (Virginia) L, 7-6(5), 6-3 2008 - Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg Clancy Sheilds/Luke Shields (Boise State) L, 6-4, 6-2 2009 - Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg Houston Barrick/Sanam Singh (Virginia) Geoff Chizever/Pedro Zerbini (Cal) Tim Puetz/Alexey Tsyrenov (Auburn) W, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) W, 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-4 L, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 2011 - Javier Garrapiz/Hernus Pieters Austen Childs/Viktor Maksimcuk (Louisville) L, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS The 1985 Georgia Bulldogs, led by seniors in their top four positions, were perhaps the most powerful team in school history. The Bulldogs were led by Mikael Pernfors, a native Swede who won a second straight NCAA singles championship with a victory over teammate and roommate George Bezecny. Bezecny played No. 2 for the Bulldogs while Allen Miller, a four-time All-American, was No. 3. The remainder of the lineup consisted of Deane Frey at No. 4 singles, sophomore Philip Johnson at No. 5 and freshman Trey Carter at No. 6. Georgia finished the spring dual match schedule with a perfect 26-0 record.

Final: Georgia def. UCLA 5-1 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - Pernfors (UGA) d. Kures (UCLA) 6-2, 6-3 No. 2 - Bezecny (UGA) d. Klaparda (UCLA) 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 No. 3 - Miller (UGA) d. Pearce (UCLA) 6-4, 6-4 No. 4 - Basham (UCLA) d. Frey (UGA) 6-1, 7-5 No. 5 - Johnson (UGA) d. Greenwood (UCLA) 7-6, 3-6, 7-5 No. 6 - Carter (UGA) d. Diller (UCLA) 7-6, 3-6, 6-3

The 1987 Georgia tennis team completed the SEC hat trick by winning the indoor tournament, the conference round robin with a 9-0 record and the league outdoor championship. The lineup for the 1987 national champions consisted of the following players: Philip Johnson at No. 1 singles, Stephen Enochs at No. 2, John Boytim at No. 3 and Trey Carter at No. 4. Rounding out the Bulldogs’ lineup was Mike Morrison at No. 5 singles with T.J. Middleton at No. 6. Freshman Jim Childs saw significant action at No. 6 singles and was a regular at No. 3 doubles.

Final: Georgia def. UCLA 5-1 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - Johnson (UGA) def. Nahirney (UCLA) 4-6, 1-2, ret. No. 2 - Enochs (UGA) def. Farrow (UCLA) 7-6, 6-7, 6-2 No. 3 - Boytim (UGA) def. Trigueiro (UCLA) 6-3, 6-7, 7-6 No. 4 - Carter (UGA) def. Greenwood (UCLA) 7-6, 7-5 No. 5 - Galbraith (UCLA) def. Morrison (UGA) 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 No. 6 - Middleton (UGA) def. Garrow (UCLA) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3

1999

The 1999 Bulldogs entered the newly formatted 64team tournament as the No. 10 seed, playing host to one of 16 regional tournaments. Through the course of the twoday regional and four-day championship tournaments, the Bulldogs overcame seemingly insurmountable odds, fighting off three team match points to rise to the top. In the team final against top-ranked UCLA, Georgia opened with wins at Nos. 1 and 2 to claim the doubles point. The Bruins retaliated, proving that they would not go quietly. Falling into a tie situation in singles play, junior Joey Pitts swung the balance for the Bulldogs in a three-setter at the No. 4 position.

Final: Georgia def. UCLA 4-3 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - Grinda (UCLA) def. Hemeda (UGA) 6-4,6-7(4),6-4 No. 2 - Fleishman (UCLA) def. Corrales (UGA) 6-3,6-3 No. 3 - Carlson (UGA) def. Cook (UCLA) 6-4,7-6(3) No. 4 - Pitts (UGA) def. Lee (UCLA) 5-7,6-3,6-2 No. 5 - Kramer (UCLA) def. Seri (UGA) 6-2,7-5 No. 6 - Lang (UGA) def. Rozpedski (UCLA) 2-6,7-6 (4),6-2

2001

The 2001 Bulldogs not only etched their name in the annals of Georgia tennis history but also the NCAA record books as being only the second program to win the championship, fail to reach the Round of 16 the following year and then claim another NCAA crown in a span of three years. Stanford is the only other team to accomplish such a feat. Georgia rode a 25-match winning streak through the tournament to capture the program’s fourth national title. In the team final, Georgia clinched the doubles point for the early lead, but lost the first set in three of the singles matches. However, with Georgia leading 3-1, Chad Carlson topped Adam Carey 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to clinch the match for UGA.

Final: Georgia def. Tennessee, 4-1 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - M. Boeker (UGA) vs. Parsons (UT), 1-6, 6-4, 5-5, susp. No. 2 - Toledo (UT) def. Hodge (UGA) 6-7(4), 6-0, 6-4 No. 3 - Joseph (UGA) def. Handoyo (UT) 2-6, 6-3, 6-1 No. 4 - Carlson (UGA) def. Carey (UT) 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 No. 5 - Parrott (UGA) vs. Podbury (UT) 1-6, 7-6(2), 1-4, susp. No. 6 - Wagner (UGA) def. Rea (UT) 6-2, 6-1

The 2007 Bulldogs completed their dream season by winning the program’s fifth NCAA Team Championships on their home courts. The national crown was the final piece to a perfect puzzle as the squad captured every possible team title during its undefeated run, which also included the ITA Team Indoor National Championship and the SEC Tournament crown. Georgia was so dominant as a team that for the first time in team history, the Bulldogs never allowed an opponent more than two points in a match. Even then, UGA’s opposition gained two points only twice, while suffering a total of 22 shutouts.

Final: Georgia def. Illinois, 4-0 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - Isner (UGA) def. Anderson (ILL) 6-1, 7-6 (7-1) No. 2 - Flores (UGA) vs. Rowe (ILL) 6-7 (6-8), 2-4, unf. No. 3 - Helgeson (UGA) vs. Spicijaric (ILL) 7-6 (7-4), 4-2, unf. No. 4 - Omerzel (UGA) def. Gonzales (ILL) 7-6, 6-1 No. 5 - Schnugg (UGA) def. Jones (ILL) 6-4, 6-1 No. 6 - Hunt (UGA) vs. Heiser (ILL) 4-6, 6-3, 2-1, unf.

In 2008 the Bulldogs became the first squad to win back-to-back NCAA Championship titles since Stanford accomplished that feat in 1998-99. The Bulldogs officially captured the championship by defeating the Texas Longhorns in the finals, 4-2. However, arguably the victory most indicative of the Bulldogs’ talent came in the semifinal round as Georgia topped the undefeated, No. 1-ranked and heavily-favored Virginia Cavaliers, 4-3. Overshadowed by the run to the national championship, the Bulldogs also captured their third consecutive regular-season Southeastern Conference championship with a 10-1 record.

Final: Georgia def. Texas, 4-2 Team Final Singles: No. 1 - Helgeson (UGA) def. Kurtovsky (TEXAS) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 No. 2 - Schnugg (UGA) def. Damico (TEXAS) 6-4, 6-2 No. 3 - Flores (UGA) def. Corrie (TEXAS) 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 No. 4 - Hunt (UGA) def. Barriga (TEXAS) 6-1, 6-4 No. 5 - Garrapiz (UGA) vs. Mihailovic (TEXAS) 4-6, 6-2, 2-1, unf. No. 6 - Varela (TEXAS) def. Vitulli (UGA) 6-4, 6-3

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Team Final Doubles: Not played, match clinched.

Team Final Doubles: Not played, match clinched.

Team Final Doubles: No. 1 - Hemeda/Seri (UGA) d. Grinda/Lee (UCLA) 8-6 No. 2 - Lang/Parrott (UGA) d. Cook/Kramer (UCLA) 8-6 No. 3 - Carlson/Corrales (UGA) vs. Rozpedski/Sands(UCLA) susp

Team Final Doubles: No. 1 - M. Boeker/Parrott (UGA) vs Carey/Parsons (UT), susp. No. 2 - Hodge/Wagner (UGA) d. Handoyo/Podbury (UT), 8-6 No. 3 N. Boeker/Carlson (UGA) d. Rea/Toledo (UT), 8-3

Team Final Doubles: No. 1 - Anderson/Rowe (ILL) def. Isner/Flores (UGA) 8-7 No. 2 - Helgeson/Omerzel (UGA) def. Davis/Gonzales (ILL) 8-6 No. 3 - Hunt/Schnugg (UGA) def. Jones/Spicijaric (ILL) 9-7

Team Final Doubles: No. 1 - Hunt/Schnugg (UGA) vs. Corrie/Damico (TEXAS) 8-7, unf. No. 2 - Barriga/Varela (TEXAS) def. Flores/Garrapiz (UGA) 8-6 No. 3 - Kurtovsky/Zavala (TEXAS) def. Helgeson/Vitulli (UGA) 8-3

SINGLES & DOUBLES NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 1982 ITCA NATIONAL INDOOR DOUBLES PRINCETON, N.J. Allen Miller and Ola Malmqvist d. Rich Gallien and John Van Nostrand (Pepperdine) 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 1983 NCAA DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS Allen Miller and Ola Malmqvist d. Ken Flach and Robert Seguso (SIU-Edwardsville) 7-5, 6-3

ATHENS, GA.

1984 NCAA SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP Mikael Pernfors d. Lawson Duncan (Clemson) 6-1, 6-4

ATHENS, GA.

1984 VOLVO ALL-AMERICA CHAMPIONSHIPS Mikael Pernfors d. Todd Witsken (USC) 6-2, 2-6, 6-2

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

1985 NCAA SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP Mikael Pernfors d. George Bezecny (UGA) 6-2, 6-3

ATHENS, GA.

1989 VOLVO TENNIS/COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Al Parker d. Jonathan Stark (Stanford) 6-3, 7-6

ATHENS, GA.

1990 VOLVO TENNIS/COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Al Parker d. Jonathan Stark (Stanford) 6-1, 6-4

ATHENS, GA.

1990 ITA CLAY COURT CHAMPIONSHIPS Patricio Arnold d. Nick Barone (Ole Miss) 6-1, 6-2

MIKAEL PERNFORS

PANAMA CITY, FLA.

1997 ITA CLAY COURT DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS Steven Baldas and John Roddick d. Tim Crichton and Tom Hamilton (Arkansas) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1

BALTIMORE, MD.

2001 NCAA SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP Matias Boeker d. Brian Vahaley (UVA) 6-2, 6-2

ATHENS, GA.

2001 NCAA DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS Matias Boeker and Travis Parrott d. Johan Burnstrom and Jon Wallmark (SMU) 6-4, 7-5

ATHENS, GA.

2002 NCAA SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Matias Boeker d. Jesse Witten (Kentucky) 7-5, 6-0

MATIAS BOEKER

2005 NCAA DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS John Isner and Antonio Ruiz d. Mark Growcott and Ken Skupski (LSU) 7-6 (4), 7-5 2005 ITA ALL-AMERICAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS John Isner d. Lars Poerschke (Baylor) 7-6 (4), 7-6 (3)

TULSA, OKLA.

2006 ITA ALL-AMERICAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS John Isner and Luis Flores d. Brian Hung and Matko Maravic (Michigan) 8-3

TULSA, OKLA.

2006 ITA NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS COLUMBUS, OHIO John Isner and Luis Flores d. Marco Born and Andreas Siljestrom (Middle Tennessee) 9-8 (4) 2007 ITA ALL-AMERICAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Travis Helgeson d. Robert Farah (USC), 5-7, 6-4, 6-4

TULSA, OKLA.

JOHN ISNER

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SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 26 REGULAR SEASON TITLES 1971 • 1972 • 1973 • 1974 • 1975 1977 • 1978 • 1979 •1981 • 1982 1985 • 1987 • 1988 • 1989 • 1991 1993 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1999 2001 • 2002 • 2006 • 2007 • 2009 2011

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SEC REGULAR SEASON TITLES POINTS/SEC RECORD SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES 1971 34 1991 • Oxford, Miss. 1972 27 Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Alabama, 5-1 1973 23 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida, 5-1 1974 30 Finals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 5-3 1975 21 1977 26 1993 • Athens, Ga. 1978 25 Quarterfinals: #2 Georgia d. Kentucky, 4-3 1979 28 Semifinals: Georgia d. Tennessee, 4-3 1981 26 Finals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-3 1982 25 1985 25 1995 • Baton Rouge, La. 1987 26 Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Arkansas, 4-0 1988 20 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida, 4-1 1989 22 Finals: Georgia d. LSU, 4-0 1991 11 1993 12.5 2001 • Lexington, Ky. 1995 14 Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-0 1996 12 Semifinals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-0 1997 12 Finals: Georgia d. Tennessee, 4-3 1999 11 2001 11-0 2004 • Nashville, Tenn. 2002 10-1 Quarterfinals: #3 Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-1 2006 11-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida 4-1 2007 11-0 Finals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-3 2009 11-0 2011 10-1 2006 • Tuscaloosa, Ala. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Alabama, 4-0 From 1953-1989 the SEC Champion was determined by the accumulation of points in an Semifinals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-0 individual flighted tournament (there was not a separate team tournament champion). Finals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-2 In 1990, a team dual match format was instituted for the conference tournament which provided a SEC Tournament Champion. From 1990-98, the SEC Champion was determined by a total aggregate points accumulated at the conclusion of the conference tournament: one full point is awarded for each regular-season conference win, one-half point for wins in the first two rounds of the conference tournament, one-half point for receiving a first-round bye in the conference tournament and one full point for a win in the conference tournament semifinals and finals. For the 1999 season, the same points system was in place with a couple of changes: one full point for first-round bye in the conference tournament and one full point for a win in any round of the conference tournament. In 2000, the SEC changed the determination of its tennis regular season champion to the team with the best winning percentage in conference regular-season dual matches (11 matches).

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2007 • Baton Rouge, La. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. LSU, 4-1 Finals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-0

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SERIES RECORDS Opponent Abraham Baldwin Air Maxwell Field Alabama Amherst Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas Little Rock Athens LTA Athens TC Atlanta Seniors Auburn Augusta CC Augusta TC Austin Peay Baylor Berea Bitsy Grant TC Bowling Green Brown California Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charlotte Cincinnati Citadel Clemson Colorado Columbia Columbus State Dartmouth Davidson Duke East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Emory Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Florida State Fresno State Furman Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Gustavus Adolphus Hampton Harvard Houston Illinois Illinois State Indiana Indiana State Jacksonville Jacksonville NAS Kalamazoo Kansas Kentucky Lamar State Lander

Last Last Record Meeting Win 1-0 1973 1973 1-0 1975 1975 49-6 2011 2011 1-0 1963 1963 1-0 1995 1995 22-2 2011 2011 2-0 2000 2000 1-0 1957 1957 17-0 1975 1975 2-0 1965 1965 48-4 2011 2011 1-1 1955 1955 1-0 1961 1961 1-0 1982 1982 3-1 2007 2007 1-0 1968 1968 1-0 1969 1969 1-0 1970 1970 1-0 2002 2002 2-3 2001 2001 1-0 1974 1974 1-0 2002 2002 2-0 2002 2002 1-0 1972 1972 1-0-1 1963 1963 38-10 2011 2011 2-0 2006 2006 5-0 1997 1997 2-0 1965 1965 1-0 1970 1970 1-0 1962 1962 8-2 2011 2011 6-0 2011 2011 2-0 1971 1971 9-0 1995 1995 1-0 2007 2007 52-18 2011 2011 17-6 2010 2010 3-0 1999 1999 34-0 2011 2011 12-0 1985 1985 11-0 2009 2009 57-9 2011 2010 1-0 1961 1961 4-0 1985 1985 33-0 2003 2003 4-1 1981 1981 9-4 2009 2009 1-0 1976 1976 6-0 1994 1994 0-1 - - 2-0 1967 1967 2-2 1957 1957 13-0 1985 1985 3-0 1998 1998 39-7 2011 2011 0-1 1956 - 1-1 2002 2002

Opponent Louisville Long Beach State LSU Macon TC Memphis State Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi State Missouri Murray State Navy Supply School New Mexico North Carolina Northwestern UNC Greensboro NC State NE Louisiana Northwestern Notre Dame Oglethorpe Oklahoma Oklahoma State Ohio Ohio State Ole Miss Pan American Pennsylvania Penn State Pepperdine Presbyterian Princeton Radford Rice Rollins Sacramento State Samford San Jose State Sea Island Sewanee South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina State South Florida Southern California Southern Illinois SIU Carbondale SIU Edwardsville Southern Methodist Southwestern Louisiana St. Bonaventure Stanford Swarthmore Tennessee

Last Last Record Meeting Win 6-0 2011 2011 1-0 1988 1988 43-14 2011 2011 1-0 1967 1967 2-0 1984 1984 6-0 1967 1967 19-12 1999 1999 3-0 1978 1978 3-1 1988 1988 3-2 1986 1986 5-0 1987 1987 50-11 2011 2011 1-0 1980 1980 3-0 1987 1987 1-0 1955 1955 1-0 1993 1993 11-6 2011 2011 1-0 2010 2010 1-0 2010 2010 7-1 1991 1991 1-0 1977 1977 4-2 1991 1991 7-1 2006 2006 3-0 1969 1969 2-0 2010 2010 3-0 2011 2011 5-0 1985 1985 10-3 2011 2007 34-9 2011 2011 1-0 1974 1974 2-0 2007 2007 10-0 1985 1985 11-9 2008 2008 15-3 1976 1976 9-1 1993 1993 1-0 2008 2008 3-0 2000 2000 0-4 1959 - 1-0 2005 2005 2-0 2011 2011 1-0 1977 1977 1-0 1960 1960 6-0 1967 1967 3-0 1997 1997 32-6 2011 2011 1-0 2009 2009 5-1 2004 2004 11-12 2011 2009 6-0 1974 1974 7-0 1985 1985 1-0 1980 1980 6-5 2002 2002 2-0 1988 1988 1-0 2008 2008 5-13 2011 2011 3-0 1977 1977 46-23 2011 2011

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Opponent Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas Christian Toledo Trinity Tulane Tulsa UAB UC Irvine USC-Upstate UCLA Utah UT Chattanooga Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington West Virginia Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State William & Mary Wingate Winthrop Wisconsin

Last Last Record Meeting Win 1-0 2004 2004 15-3 2009 2008 2-0 2002 2002 7-1 1995 1995 1-0 1974 1974 1-1 1986 1986 2-0 2000 2000 2-0 2008 2008 2-0 1995 1995 3-0 2005 2005 2-0 2011 2011 12-4 2007 2007 2-0 1983 1983 4-0 1979 1979 46-4 2011 2011 14-2 2010 2008 7-0 2009 2009 16-0 1988 1988 5-1 2009 2009 2-0 1993 1993 1-0 1966 1966 1-0 1984 1984 2-0 1982 1982 16-0 2010 2010 1-0 1971 1971 1-0 2005 2005 2-0 1979 1979

Total: 1,142-228-2 (.833) (since 1961)

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NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

1984 Singles Champion - Mikael Pernfors (1) Quarterfinals defeated (7) Jorge Lozano (Southern California), 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 Semifinals defeated (3) Jeff Klaparda (UCLA), 6-7, 6-1, 6-2 Final defeated Todd Whitsken (Southern California, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2

1982 Doubles Champions - Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller Final defeated Rich Gallien/John Van Nostrand (2) (Pepperdine), 6-3, 3-6, 6-3

1989 Singles Champion - Al Parker (3) Quarterfinals defeated (7) Steve Bryan (Texas), 6-1, 2-6, 6-3 Semifinals defeated Jeff Chiang (Columbia), 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 Final defeated Jonathan Stark (Stanford), 6-3, 7-6

**Georgia players have reached the singles finals three times: (3) Bo Hodge in 2003, (7) Mike Sell in 1993 and (1) Mikael Pernfors in 1985.

1990 Singles Champion - Al Parker (4) Quarterfinals defeated Jared Palmer (Stanford), 6-1, 6-4 Semifinals defeated Johan Milbrink (LSU), 6-2, 6-2 Final defeated (1) Jonathan Stark (Stanford), 6-1, 6-4

1982 Pepperdine defeated Georgia 5-4 Host: UCLA

2005 Singles Champion - John Isner (4) Quarterfinals defeated Treat Huey (Virginia), 7-5, 6-3 Semifinals defeated Matt Bruch (Stanford), 7-6, 6-4 Final defeated Lars Poerschke (Baylor), 7-6, 7-6

1995 Stanford defeated Georgia 5-0 Host: Kentucky

2006 Doubles Champions - John Isner/Luis Flores (5) Semifinals defeated Dickhardt/Groh (San Diego State), w/o Final defeated (4) Hung/Maravic (Michigan), 8-3

2006 Georgia defeated Pepperdine 4-0 Host: Washington

2007 Singles Champion - Travis Helgeson Quarterfinals defeated Alex Clayton (Stanford), 6-2, 6-2 Semifinals defeated (1) Somdev Devvarman (Virginia), 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 Final defeated Robert Farah (Southern California), 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 **John Isner also reached the singles final in 2006.

2006 Doubles Champions - John Isner/Luis Flores Final defeated Marco Born/Andreas Siljestrom (MTSU), 9-8(4)

NATIONAL TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS **Georgia has made seven appearances in the finals of the ITA National Team Indoor Championships, with two titles. The Bulldogs’ seven appearances in the final match are listed below.

1994 Stanford defeated Georgia 4-3 Host: Kentucky

1997 UCLA defeated Georgia 4-3 Host: Kentucky

2007 Georgia defeated Ohio State 4-0 Host: Illinois 2009 Virginia defeated Georgia 4-1 Host: Illinois TOURNAMENT RECORDS Most Championships: Stanford 12; UCLA 7; Virginia 4; California, Georgia, Illinois, Pepperdine, SMU and USC 2; Baylor and Trinity 1 Most Final Appearances: Stanford 16; UCLA 10; Georgia 7; USC 6; Illinois and Virginia 5; Pepperdine 4; California, SMU, Tennessee and Trinity 3; Ohio State, Baylor, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, TCU and UC Irvine 1

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REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS DIVISION I SINGLES CHAMPIONS DIVISION I DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 1968 Jamie Pressly, Florida 1968 A. Neely-S. Beeland, Florida 1969 Steve Faulk, LSU 1969 N. Holmes-M. Cmaylo, Georgia 1970 Danny Birchmore, Georgia 1970 B. Tanis-D. Birchmore, Georgia 1971 Charles Owens, Samford 1971 B. Tanis-D. Birchmore, Georgia 1972 Mark Meyers, Duke 1972 B. Tanis-G. Smith, Georgia 1973 Manuel Diaz, Georgia 1973 M. Diaz-B. Kopecky, Georgia 1974 Manuel Diaz, Georgia 1974 J. Eagleton-T. Martinez, Miami 1975 Bill Brock, North Carolina 1975 P. Chamberlain-K. West, Memphis State 1976 Jeff Robinson, Alabama 1976 K.West-P. Simpson, Memphis State 1977 Chris Mayotte, South Carolina 1977 M. Purcell-C. Hooper, Memphis State 1978 Andy Kohlberg, Tennessee 1978 C. Hodgin-U. Peterson, South Carolina 1979 Rodney Harmon, Tennessee 1979 M. Purcell-R. Harmon, Tennessee 1980 Andy Andrews, NC State 1980 C. Hodgin-U. Peterson, South Carolina 1981 Tom Foster, Georgia 1981 A. Miller-O. Malmqvist, Georgia 1982 Ahmed El Mehelmy, South Alabama 1982 A. Miller-O. Malmqvist, Georgia 1983 Mikael Pernfors, Georgia 1983 A. Miller-M. Pernfors, Georgia 1984 Mikael Pernfors, Georgia 1984 A. Miller-M. Pernfors, Georgia 1985 Ned Caswell, Furman 1985 S. Cannon-B. Talbot, Tennessee 1986 John Boytim, Georgia 1986 J. Chambers-E. Stewart, North Carolina 1987 Al Parker, Georgia 1987 A. Parker-C. Garner, Georgia 1988 Johan Kjellsten, LSU 1988 A. Parker-S. Enochs, Georgia 1989 Al Parker, Georgia 1989 A. Parker-M. Jensen, Georgia 1990 Ivan Baron, Georgia 1990 G. Grant-J. Rubell, Duke 1991 Bryan Jones, N. Carolina 1991 W. McGuire-B. Mariencheck, Georgia 1992 Mike Sell, Georgia 1992 P. Kuhn-C. Ullyett, South Alabama 1993 Randy Baldemor, Florida 1993 J. Laschinger-A. Polonyi, Georgia 1994 Eddie Jacques, Georgia 1994 D. Dewandaka-M. Magendans, Tennessee 1995 John Roddick, Georgia 1995 R. Ideta-C. Dudley, LSU 1996 John Roddick, Georgia 1996 J. Roddick-K. Sessions, Georgia 1997 Anthony DeLuise, Middle Tennessee State 1997 C. Copenhaver-M. Way, Tennessee 1998 Jeff Morrison, Florida 1998 M. Guyaux-F. Tintori, South Florida 1999 Doug Root, Duke 1999 M. Boeker-T. Parrott, Georgia 2000 Daniel Klemetz, Middle Tennessee 2000 D. Kiernan-S. Rutka, LSU 2001 Romain Ambert, Mississippi State 2001 A. Nicheleue-M. Westman, South Carolina 2002 no individual champion 2002 no doubles team champion 2003 Matt Lockin, Vanderbilt 2003 J. Isner-B. Hodge, Georgia 2004 Greg Oulette, Florida 2004 O. Oosthuizen-B. Rogers, Tennessee 2005 John Isner, Georgia 2005 L. Walter-J. Stokke, Duke 2006 John Isner, Georgia 2006 J. Isner-L. Flores, Georgia 2007 Nate Schnugg, Georgia 2007 A. Narasanham-C. Ramsey, Memphis 2008 Enrique Olivares, East Tennessee State 2008 B. Agostinelli-B. Cox, Kentucky 2009 Javier Garrapiz, Georgia and Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2009 No Doubles Champion 2010 Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2010 J. Garrapiz-H. Pieters, Georgia 2011 Wil Spencer, Georgia 2011 L. Cant-M. Stropp, Mississippi State

SINGLES CHAMPIONS 1990 Al Parker 1997 Eddie Jacques 1999 Chad Carlson 2007 Travis Helgeson (A) Ricardo Gonzalez (B) 2008 Luis Flores (A) 2011 Wil Spencer

SEC COACHES INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 1989 Jim Childs and T.J. Middleton 1997 Steven Baldas and Rafael Jordan 1999 Chad Carlson and Talito Corrales 2001 Matias Boeker and Travis Parrott 2005 John Isner and Antonio Ruiz 2006 Matic Omerzel and Luis Flores 2011 Javier Garrapiz and Hernus Pieters

2011 SEC CHAMPIONS

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DAN MAGILL TENNIS COMPLEX The Dan Magill Tennis Complex has long stood as a beacon of excellence in collegiate tennis. With a total of 16 courts (12 outdoor and four indoor) and a total seating capacity of about 5,000 fans, it is one of the largest on-campus tennis facilities in the country. The ever-evolving complex underwent a $7.5 million development and renovation project in 2002 that included the construction of a brandnew men’s clubhouse. In 1991, the complex received lights thanks to the generous support of Oscar-winning actress and Athens native Kim Basinger. Regarded as one of the best collegiate tennis facilities in America, the complex has been the host of the NCAA Championships a total of 29 times and will be the host site again in 2012. The Dan Magill Tennis Complex is named for one of the greatest Bulldogs, Georgia legend Dan Magill. Regarded as one of the most influential men in the history of collegiate tennis, Magill served as Georgia’s head tennis coach for 34 years. Magill led the Bulldogs to two National Championships (1985 and 1987). He is still a very active member of the collegiate tennis community, serving as curator and director of the ITA Men’s Collegiate Hall of Fame, which also makes its home at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Magill has devoted his entire life to the University of Georgia and to the development of collegiate tennis. He officially retired from the University of Georgia athletic department in September of 1995, ending a 59-year association that began when he served as a batboy for the baseball team in the 1930s. Over the years, Magill filled a variety of roles ranging from publicist, administrator, coach and spinner of yarns. He had no peer as an innovator and promoter, and is known nationally for building over time the country’s finest collegiate tennis facility, one that now bears his name. At the time of his retirement, he was an assistant athletic director and director of tennis. His contributions to the University, the athletic association, and perhaps most of all to the Georgia people have been great. Much to the delight of all those who know him or of him, Magill has shared some of his knowledge and experiences in four books: “Bull-Doggerel”, “Match Pointers”, “The Pick of Dan Magill’s Columns” and his latest work, “High Port, Haul Ass”, a collection of memoirs from his time in the Marine Corps during World War II. Today, he remains active around town and spends time at the ITA Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame, located on campus.

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Magill was responsible for bringing the NCAA men’s tennis championships to Athens over 20 times including 13 in a row from 1977-89. He was instrumental in the move to place the Hall of Fame here as well. In his brilliant 34-year tenure as head coach of the Bulldogs, Magill posted an amazing record of 706-183 (.794), which makes him the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division I history. Magill’s teams won a record 13 SEC outdoor championships and eight indoor league titles, while five of his players won national collegiate individual titles. His 1985 and 1987 teams captured the NCAA Championship. The 1985 team performed the unmatched “hat trick” — they ranked No. 1 in the final national team rankings, No. 1 in individual singles (Mikael Pernfors) and No. 1 in doubles (Pernfors and Allen Miller). He had 15 players earn AllAmerican honors 23 times. Magill has been named the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year (1980) and earned the prestigious J.D. Morgan Award (1990), the two highest honors a college coach can receive. While in college and managing Georgia’s tennis courts in the summer, Magill originated the Crackerland Championships, which is still one of the South’s largest sectional tournaments. He also instituted the State Collegiate Championships, the Southern Collegiate Championships and SEC Coaches Indoors. Magill is chairman of the ITA Hall of Fame Committee and is curator of the ITA Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame. In 1996, Magill was inducted into the Circle of Honor, the Georgia Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, and in the fall of 1999, the Sanford Stadium press box was dedicated in his honor. He continued to serve the athletic association as the director of men’s and women’s tennis as well as assistant athletic director for public relations and the Georgia Bulldog clubs. During his long tenure with the University, he has also wore the hat of sports information director for 27 years and 25 years as secretary of the Georgia Bulldog Club, a booster organization he founded in 1953. Even with all of his work devoted to tennis, Magill has maintained his game as well. Over the years, he has won numerous titles at the Southern Hardcourts, Southern Closed Clay and Southern Indoor events. Magill is married to the former Rosemary Reynaud of New Orleans, and they have three children: Dr. Ham Magill, Mrs. William Brown and Mrs. Stephen Sloan.

GEORGIA TENNIS

GEORGIA: HOME OF CHAMPIONS What makes University of Georgia Tennis the Home of Champions? Eight Team National Championships. Seventeen Individual National Championships. Thirty-three SEC Team Titles. Forty-one All-Americans and seven four-time All-Americans. That’s a good place to start. Georgia is about tradition, teamwork and attitude. It’s about facing an opponent head-on so that he knows you are willing to fight like a BULLDOG. It’s about proudly representing the “G” on your uniform that so many have worn before you and understanding what it means to adorn the legendary logo. It’s about chasing the dream of hoisting the national championship trophy year after year and truly believing that you can.

The Georgia Tennis Creed I AM

Worthy, deserving, capable, talented, confident, bold, brave, composed, equal to the task, focused, prepared, responsible and committed.

I CAN

Because I: believe in myself, care enough, am willing to work for it, will earn it, have enough desire, am willing to sacrifice and want it bad enough!

WE ARE

The best competitors, courageous, determined, together, a team, united to one cause, hungry, tenacious, confident, resilient and tough enough!

WE WILL

Because we are willing to: develop the synergy, become the best, strive for excellence, be bold, overcome our fears, overcome adversity, persevere, endure, dominate, prove our greatness, dream big and achieve our dreams.

Georgia Tennis Honoring the Past. Winning in the Present. Building for the Future.

2011-12 GEORGIA MEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE Date Sept. 2-3 Sept. 23-26 Oct. 1-3 Oct. 3-9 Oct. 21-24 Nov. 3-6 Nov. 4-6 Jan. 13-16 Jan. 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Feb. 17-20 Feb. 27 March 2 March 4 March 9 March 11 March 14 March 21 March 23 March 25 March 30 April 1 April 6 April 8 April 14 April 19-22 May 11-13 May 18-22 May 23-28

Opponent/Tournament UGA/Boise State Kickoff Classic Southern Intercollegiate Championships Georgia Tech Fall Invitational ITA All-American Championships ITA Southeast Regional ITA National Indoors Singles & Doubles Bulldog Scramble SEC Coaches Indoor Tournament Clemson TCU (ITA Kickoff) Nebraska/Virginia Tech (ITA Kickoff) East Tennessee State William & Mary Georgia Tech ITA National Team Indoors Furman at South Carolina* at Florida* Mississippi State* Ole Miss* Wake Forest Ohio State Arkansas* at LSU* Kentucky* Vanderbilt* at Alabama* at Auburn* at Tennessee* SEC Tournament NCAA First & Second Rounds NCAA Championships (Team) NCAA Championships (Singles & Doubles)

Site Time Atlanta, Ga. All Day Athens, Ga. All Day Atlanta, Ga. All Day Tulsa, Okla. All Day Athens, Ga. All Day New York All Day Athens, Ga. All Day Lexington, Ky. All Day Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 4:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 4:00 p.m. Charlottesville, Va. All Day Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Columbia, S.C. 2:30 p.m. Gainesville, Fla. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 2:30 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 2:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 5:00 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1:00 p.m. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 4:00 p.m. Auburn, Ala. 2:00 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1:00 p.m. Starkville, Miss. TBA Campus sites TBA Athens, Ga. TBA Athens, Ga. TBA


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