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DAN MAGILL TENNIS COMPLEX

THE MAKING OF

1972

DAN MAGILL TENNIS COMPLEX

The University of Georgia first hosted the NCAA Championships in June 1972.

1989

1985 The University of Georgia was host to the NCAA Championships in 1985, the year the Bulldogs won the title for the first time.

The facility was officially named the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in 1993 after Bulldog great Dan Magill, who led Georgia for 34 years as head coach. Five of the Bulldogs’ six National Championships in men’s tennis NCAA titles were won on their home courts at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. The complex hosted the men’s NCAA Championships a total of 24 times, the women’s Championships three times and both genders five times, most recently in 2017. 1


DAN MAGILL TENNIS COMPLEX

1999

2007

UGA hosted the 2007 NCAA Championship in Athens, Ga. The Bulldogs would go on to take the title, the third under Diaz.

As we turn the page on a new decade of Georgia tennis, the Bulldogs will be playing their home matches at an updated, state-of-the-art Dan Magill Tennis Complex to start the 2020 dual season. The $8.5 million project began in May 2019.

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2019-20 Project


TABLE OF CONTENTS 2018-19 Season Review

Final Record ..................................................................................... 14-11 SEC Record .......................................................................................... 7-5 SEC Finish ............................................................................................. 5th Postseason................................................................NCAA Round of 32 Final Ranking...................................................................................... 17th

2019-20 Georgia Tennis Quick Facts

2019-20 Georgia Tennis

Roster ........................................................................................................4 Media Information ..................................................................................5 2019 Season Preview & Schedule ................................................... 6-7

2019-20 Georgia Bulldogs

Manuel Diaz ......................................................................................... 8-9 Jamie Hunt .............................................................................................10 Bryce Warren & Lynn Steedman .......................................................11 Trent Bryde....................................................................................... 12-13 Blake Croyder .................................................................................. 14-15 Alex Diaz ........................................................................................... 16-17 Sam Dromsky ................................................................................... 18-19 Philip Henning.................................................................................. 20-21 Britton Johnston.............................................................................. 22-23 Robert Loeb ...................................................................................... 24-25 Alex Phillips ..................................................................................... 26-27 Baptiste Anselmo ..................................................................................28 Erik Grevelius & Tyler Zink...................................................................29 700 Wins for Coach Manuel Diaz ................................................. 30-31 Administration & Senior Staff .............................................................35

2018-19 Season

2018-19 Season in Review/Statistics .................................................32 2019 Fall Highlights ......................................................................... 33-34

Honors and Awards

All-SEC ....................................................................................................36 Honors and Awards ..............................................................................37 All-Americans ........................................................................................38

History and Records

Year-by-Year Results ...................................................................... 39-45 NCAA Tournament Results ..................................................................46 Six NCAA Championships....................................................................47 NCAA Singles Results .................................................................... 48-49 NCAA Doubles Results................................................................... 50-51 NCAA Singles and Doubles Champions ............................................52 41 SEC Championships .........................................................................53 Series Records ......................................................................................54 ITA Events...............................................................................................55 Regional Tournaments .........................................................................56 Records...................................................................................................57 Lettermen ...............................................................................................61

Location .................................................................................Athens, Ga. Enrollment .......................................................................................38,920 Founded ..............................................................................................1785 President ..................................................................Jere W. Morehead J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics ............................ Greg McGarity Nickname ...................................................................................Bulldogs Colors ................................................................................Red and Black Conference........................................................................ Southeastern Tennis Facilities ........................................Dan Magill Tennis Complex ............ Henry Feild Stadium (4,500)/Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Facility

Sports Communications

Senior Associate Athletic Director ............................... Claude Felton Men’s Tennis Contact ..................................................... Tray Littlefield Office Phone .............................................................(706) 542-9342 Cell (205) 504-4566 Sports Communications Assistant..............................Eleanor Stubley ............................................................ Email: estubley@sports.uga.edu ....................................................................................Cell: (229) 224-3295

Tennis Staff

Head Coach....................... Manuel Diaz (Georgia ‘75) • 32nd season Record at Georgia............................................................ 700-170 Career Record ............................................................................. 700-170 Associate Head Coach............................. Jamie Hunt • Third season Volunteer Coach...............................Bryce Warren • Second season Administrative Assistant ..............................................Lynn Steedman Tennis Office/Fax.................................................... (706) 542-9348/8062

2019-20 Squad

Starters returning/lost ........................................................................ 8/3 Letterwinners returning/lost ............................................................. 8/3 Newcomers..............................................................................................3

Media Guide Credits

The 2019-20 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 Eleanor Stubley on Adobe InDesign, with special thanks to Tray Littlefield. Cover artwork by Eleanor Stubley. Printing by Walker 360, Birmingham, Ala. Photography provided by Kristin Bradshaw, Tony Welsh, Chamberlain Smith, David Barnes, David Bohrer, 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, Cody Schmelter, Evan Stichler, John Kelley and the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Special thanks to Bill Kallenberg and John Kelley. On the front cover (left to right):Seniors Robert Loeb, Alex Phillips and Sam Dromsky. On the back cover: 2019-20 Schedule

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ROSTER

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BAPTISTE ANSELMO

6-1 | Fr. Aix-en Provence, France

SAM DROMSKY

6-2 | Sr. Augusta, S.C.

ROBERT LOEB

6-1 | Sr. Hilton Head, S.C.

TRENT BRYDE

BLAKE CROYDER

6-0 | Soph. Suwannee, Ga.

6-0 | Soph. Marietta, Ga.

ERIK GREVELIUS

PHILIP HENNING

6-1 | Fr. Stockholm, Sweden

6-0 | Soph. Bloemfontein, South Africa

ALEX PHILLIPS

5-10 | Sr. Peachtree City, Ga.

ALEX DIAZ

6-2 | R-Jr. Athens, Ga.

BRITTON JOHNSTON

5-11 | Soph. Snellville, Ga.

TYLER ZINK

6-0 | Fr. Bradenton, Fla.

2019-20 Bulldogs (left to right): Alex Phillips, Philip Henning, Trent Bryde, Robert Loeb, Britton Johnston, Baptiste Anselmo, Tyler Zink, Blake Croyder, Erik Grevelius and Alex Diaz.

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MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA COVERAGE

Coach Diaz, the assistant coaches and the student-athletes appreciate your interest in the Georgia men’s tennis team and look forward to providing assistance to the media in all ways possible. Media in need of assistance beyond this guide should contact: Tray Littlefield Office: (706) 542-9342 Cell: (205) 504-4566 Email: trayl@sports.uga.edu Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603-1472

Coach & Player Interviews

Throughout the season, all practices are open to the media unless otherwise specified. Interviews will generally be conducted before 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 coordinated according to Coach Diaz and the players’ availability, usually prior to, or immediately after, practice sessions.

Postmatch 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.

Photography/Video

Only recognized photographers and videographers have permission to shoot on the courts. All photographers wishing to shoot at practice or at matches must check in with UGA Sports Communications before doing so. All individuals interested in shooting practice should contact UGA Sports Communications. On match days, 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 office and UGA Event Management staff.

MEDIA SERVICES

All recognized media personnel and photographers are invited to work in the press box located atop the grandstands. Credentials are not required for regular season matches. The press box is equipped with wireless and hard-wired internet connections, 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 visiting opponents will be available in the press box. Following each match, 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.

Live Video

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

DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS

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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2019-20 SEASON PREVIEW

BULLDOGS BEGIN NEW DECADE Georgia returns eight players for the 2019-20 season, including a trio of seniors - Sam Dromsky, Alex Phillips and Robert Loeb. Redshirt-junior Alex Diaz is also among the more seasoned players, while sophomores Philip Henning, Trent Bryde and Blake Croyder round out Georgia’s returners. The Bulldogs also signed a top-5 recruiting class for the second year in a row. This year’s freshman class, which ranks third in the nation, features five-star prospect Tyler Zink, Baptiste Anselmo, a top-rated player from France, and 12-time Swedish national champion Erik Grevelius. An All-American in 2017, Loeb is looking to lead his team to its 42nd NCAA Tournament appearance and what would be Georgia’s 37th-straight. The Hilton Head, S.C., native leads the Bulldogs in both singles and doubles play. He heads into his senior season 56-44 in career singles and 78-47 in career doubles. While Georgia’s seasoned returners will fill vital roles in the upcoming season, the Bulldogs’ underclassmen continue to be keys to the team’s success. All three Georgia sophomores enter the 2020 dual season ranked in the ITA rankings. South Africa native Philip Henning is Georgia’s highest-ranked player at the No. 12 singles spot, while Trent Bryde of Suwanee, Ga., and Marietta, Ga., native Blake Croyder earned the No. 57 and No. 88 singles rankings, respectively. Henning and Croyder also finished as the 19th-ranked doubles team. This sophomore group, which ranked in the top-5 for the 2018 freshman signing class, has seen exceptional success. During the 2018-19 season, Henning and Bryde teamed up to record eight doubles wins overall, including five against SEC foes. In singles, Henning tallied a perfect 4-0 record versus nationally-ranked opponents. The trio of freshmen already made an impact for the team in the fall. Zink became the first Bulldog in 13 years to win the US Open Juniors Doubles title in September 2019, while Grevelius totaled five-straight singles victories to finish his first fall campaign as a Bulldog with 12 singles wins.

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2019-20 SEASON PREVIEW The Bulldogs will begin the dual season at home against Kennesaw State on Jan. 20 before returning Feb. 24-25 for matches against FAU and Mercer. These two matches mark the beginning of a six-match stretch at home. In their first SEC match of the season, the Bulldogs will host Tennessee at home (Feb. 28) at the new Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Georgia’s home schedule also features matches against Ohio State (March 1), Ole Miss (March 6), Mississippi State (March 8), Kentucky (March 27), Vanderbilt (March 29) and Texas A&M (April 10). The Bulldogs’ road conference slate includes dates against Florida (March 13), South Carolina (March 15), Alabama (March 20), Auburn (March 22), Arkansas (April 3) and LSU (April 12). The 2020 SEC Tournament will take place April 15-19 at the George M. Billingsley Tennis Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The NCAA first and second rounds are scheduled for May 1-3 and will take place at various campus sites. The final eight teams will face off in this year’s NCAA championships from May 14-23 at the Michael and Anne Greenwood Tennis Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

2019-20 SENIOR CLASS Left to right: Sam Dromsky, Robert Loeb & Alex Phillips 7


HEAD COACH

MANUEL DIAZ HEAD COACH | 32nd SEASON Hall of Fame Coach Manuel Diaz’s numbers speak for themselves -- 28 Southeastern Conference Championships in 31 seasons at the helm of the Georgia men’s tennis program. The legendary coach, who followed the ‘greatest Bulldog of them all’ and one of the founding fathers of modern collegiate tennis, Dan Magill, has become a name synonymous with the sport. The 2019-20 campaign marks the 32nd season as head coach for Diaz, who has led Georgia to six national championships - four NCAA titles (1999, 2001, 2007 and 2008) and two ITA National Indoor titles (2006 and 2007). He is one of only three active coaches with multiple NCAA titles and, since becoming head coach in 1988, Diaz has guided the Bulldogs to 28 SEC titles (18 regular season crowns and 10 tournament championships). The 2018-19 season brought his 700th win, putting him just six victories away from matching the SEC-record of legendary head coach Dan Magill’s 706 career wins. Diaz owns a 700-170 record — an 80-percent win percentage and average of 23 wins per year. The Bulldogs have ended the season ranked in the top-five nationally 19 times under Diaz and finished in the top-10 26 times and the top-25 in 29 of his years as head coach. The 2016-17 SEC regular season title gave the program its fifth-straight SEC championship for the first time since 1971-75. Diaz, the 2017 SEC Coach of the Year, guided the Bulldogs to their second consecutive NCAA semifinals and 24th overall. Under his leadership, the top-ranked duo of Jan Zielinski and Robert Loeb earned All-America status after advancing all the way to the 2017 NCAA Doubles Championship match. Under his leadership, the Bulldogs finished with a perfect SEC record in 2015-16, becoming the first Georgia team to achieve an unblemished SEC record since the 2007 NCAA Championship squad went 32-0.

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. In the last 10 seasons, Diaz has coached his team to a remarkable 237-55 record that includes a National Championship season in 2008. Georgia was also undefeated (32-0) in 2007 and 30-1 in 2006, with its lone loss coming in the NCAA final. 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 ‘99, 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 was named SEC Coach of the Year in 1989, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2007 and 2017. Under Diaz, Georgia has seen 36 different players earn 86 All-America honors. With Diaz at the helm, five Bulldogs have been four-year All-Americans: Mike Sell (1992-95), Jamie Laschinger (1993-96), Steven Baldas (1995-98), Bo Hodge (200104) and most recently John Isner (2004-07). A respected and honored leader of the collegiate tennis community, Diaz was selected as the Wilson/ITA National Coach-of-the Year in 1995, 2001 and 2007. 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. In 2000, he was inducted into the Georgia Tennis Hall of Fame of Georgia Hall of Fame. Most recently in 2017, Diaz was among four athletes and coaches conducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Diaz is married to the former Suzanne Rondeau of Toronto, Canada. They have three sons: Manuel III, Eric and Alex. Alex is a redshirt-junior on the Georgia tennis team.

The 2015 team won Georgia’s Faculty Athletics Representative Award as the UGA men’s team with the highest grade point average. Georgia’s 994 Academic Progress Rate (APR) score released in May 2015 was also tied for the highest among UGA men’s teams and was third among SEC men’s tennis programs. In 2013, his 25th season at the helm, Diaz led UGA into the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in eight years. He coached his 700th Georgia match Diaz’s Bulldogs swept both the SEC regular season and tournament crowns for the seventh time in school history. On March 10, 2013, Diaz moved into second place on the all-time SEC wins list behind only his mentor Dan Magill. 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), and he was also an assistant coach under Magill on both of the other winning squads (1985, ‘87).

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Coach Diaz with his wife Suzanne and three sons: Alex, Manuel III and Eric (Left to right).


HEAD COACH Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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 26-3 26-5 18-8 24-5 24-5 22-8 13-11 14-11

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 5th 3rd 9th 8th 7th 7th 20th 17th

SEC Finish 1st 2nd 1st 3rd T1st 2nd 1st T1st T1st 2nd T1st 4th 1st 1st 10th 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd T1st 2nd 1st 1st T1st 1st 1st 8th 5th

Total

700-170 • 4 NCAA titles • 28 SEC titles

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

THE MANUEL DIAZ FILE Coaching • 32nd season; 700-170 career record • Four NCAA Championships (1999, 2001, 2007, 2008) • One of only three active coaches with multiple NCAA titles • Led Georgia 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) • Seven-time ITA Southeast Region Coach of the Year (1991, 1992, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2012, 2014) • Six-time SEC Coach of the Year (1989, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2017) • 37 players have received 73 All-America honors • 18 SEC regular-season titles, 10 SEC Tournament titles (28 total) • Finished the season ranked in the Top-5 20 times; finished Top-10 in 26 seasons and Top-25 in all 31 • 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 • 110 All-SEC selections • Seven four-time All-SEC honorees • Four Academic All-Americans • 53 Academic All-SEC accolades • 15 SEC Scholar-Athlete Award winners • Three Clayton-Wilhite Scholar-Athlete Award winners • Three Joel Eaves Award winners • Assistant coach under Dan Magill from 1982-84 • Promoted to Associate Head Coach in 1985 • Became head coach for 1988-89 season upon Magill’s retirement • 2017 Georgia Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Playing Days 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 SEC title 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, Eric and Alex • Born March 16, 1953, in San Juan, Puerto Rico 9


COACHES AND SUPPORT STAFF

JAMIE HUNT

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH | THIRD SEASON Jamie Hunt, who was part of Georgia’s 2007 and 2008 NCAA National Championship teams and most recently served as the associate head coach at Vanderbilt University, is in his third season back at his alma mater. Hunt was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year for the 2018-19 campaign. The 2019-20 season marks the 10th year of coaching for the Texas native, who spent seven of those at Vanderbilt where he was an assistant coach for four years and an associate head coach for three. The Commodores made their 15th NCAA tournament appearance in 2017 after Hunt helped the squad ink a top-5 class in 2015 as the team’s recruiting coordinator. “So much of what makes Jamie the best is his contagious enthusiasm and joy for life and the game of tennis,” Diaz said upon Hunt’s hiring. “There is not one moment that Jamie does not see the big picture and the best way to attack a challenge. I am looking forward to working along his side. His love for his players is evident and I believe he adds a lot to what we already teach our players.” A U.S. Open Junior Doubles Champion, an All-SEC and All-America performer and winner of the prestigious Southeast Region ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship, Hunt was a star tennis player and leader for the Bulldogs’ tennis program from 2007 through 2010. His 116 singles wins ranks 12th all-time in school history for the four-time All-SEC selection, while his combined singles and doubles record of 238-80 ranks third in the Georgia record book.

Coach Hunt with his wife Kyndal and children, Blakely and Hayes.

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In 2008, Hunt compiled a 39-8 singles record, which included a perfect 10-0 mark against conference opponents. The next season, he teamed with Nate Schnugg to reach the quarterfinals of the NCAA doubles championship and earned All-America status. Originally from San Antonio, Texas, Hunt was he only junior player in history to win the Easter Bowl Doubles in the boys 14’s, 16’s and 18’s. He also earned ITF World Junior rankings as high as No. 2 in doubles and No. 26 in singles. Following his playing career, Hunt made his way to Nashville to become an assistant coach at Vanderbilt. The ‘Dores had an impressive year in 2013, finishing with a No. 15 ITA national ranking following an appearance in the NCAA Round of 16. Hunt then helped the Commodores to a No. 20 national ranking in 2014 as the team hosted NCAA regionals for the second year in a row. In 2015, Vanderbilt recorded its best SEC record in nearly a decade with an 8-4 mark against league opponents. Hunt and the Commodores most recently finished with a 17-14 record, including four wins over top-25 teams, during the 2016-17 season. Under his leadership, Rhys Johnson and Cameron Klinger were named ITA All-Americans — the third and fourth players to receive All-America honors during Hunt’s time there. Hunt and his wife Kyndal Edwards Hunt met as seniors at the University of Georgia. The couple has two children: Daughter Blakely (4) and son Hayes (2 1/2)


COACHES AND SUPPORT STAFF

BRYCE WARREN VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT | SECOND SEASON Bryce Warren, a former standout No. 1 singles and doubles player at Butler University, enters his second season serving as the Georgia men’s tennis volunteer coach. Warren joined the Bulldogs in 2018 after serving as the assistant academy director for the New England Academy of Tennis in Natick, Massachusetts. He has also worked as a tennis pro at various racquet clubs throughout the northeast.

In 2012, he was the volunteer assistant at the University of Notre Dame. Warren played collegiately at Butler University from 2007-11, earning first-team All-Horizon league honors in 2009. He then attended Keene State College from 2011-12 and earned his bachelor of arts degree in sociology. From 2003-07, Warren played on the St. Francis DeSales High School boys’ tennis team, where he was named first-team all state and was a four-year No. 1 singles player.

LYNN STEEDMAN PROGRAM SPECIALIST | 19TH SEASON Lynn Steedman is in her 19th season as the program specialist for themen’s tennis program. Steedman’s passion for tennis began when she started playing tennis at the age of 15. When she and her husband Johnny moved to Athens, Georgia, in 1987, Steedman connected with the UGA tennis program by becoming a host family for visting NCAA team dinners. Over 20 years later, she remains the primary coordinator of the teams’ family dinners. In 2001, head coach Manuel Diaz named Steedman the program specialist. In her role, Steedman handles the behind-the-scenes coordination and responsibilities for the six-time national champion men’s tennis program.

for 19 years. Steedman, a native of Richmond, Virginia, calls the men’s tennis program “a close-knit fraternity,” one she has built relationships with through the coaches, players and families during their collegiate careers. “There’s some serious history and tradition in this program, and I feel like I’m part of this family,” Steedman said. “It’s not a job, it’s just what I do.” Steedman and her husband have two children: Ann Cox, a lawyer in Atlanta, and Tayloe, the Associate Director of Compliance at the University of Tennessee. Steedman loves spending time with her three granddaughters and family.

Georgia legend Dan Magill tabbed Steedman “Lynn the Hen,” as a tribute to the men’s tennis family she has been a ‘mother hen’ to

Lynn Steedman with husband Johnny and their three granddaughters.

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TRENT BRYDE

SOPHOMORE | 6-0 | SUWANEE, GA. | INTERNATIONAL CONNECTION ACADEMY

2019-20 (SOPHOMORE) Ranks No. 57 in ITA singles rankings following the fall 2019 campaign…saw limited action in the fall and finished 3-3 in singles and 1-1 in doubles...he and freshman Bulldog Tyler Zink won the doubles title at the ITF USA F17 futures event in June 2019. 2018-19 (FRESHMAN) In doubles, he and Philip Henning recorded 8 wins overall, including five against SEC opponents...finished season with eight singles wins, including six at the number three spot…big singles win this year was against No. 24 LSU, when the rookie took the second and third sets to clinch the Georgia 4-1 win…won five singles matches at the No. 3 spot as well as his only match at the No. 2 court for a total six singles victories. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked fourth nationally and first in the state of Georgia...achieved a career-high No.8 ranking in the International Tennis Federation Junior World rankings...competed in all four junior Grand Slams around the world...was invited to participate in the prestigious ITF Junior Masters Event in Chengdu, China- one of just eight junior players internationally to take part in the event. PERSONAL Born Aug. 24, 1999...son of Bruce and Kathy Bryde...Major: Consumer Economics.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Trent’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 8-9 8-9 Fall 2019 3-3 Career: 11-12

SEC 5-6 -

2 1-0 -

3 6-8 -

4 1-1 -

DOUBLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 9-6 9-6 Fall 2019 1-1 Career: 10-7

SEC 6-5 -

2 2-0 -

3 7-6 -

Ranked 1-0

Ranked 0-3 0-2

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BLAKE CROYDER SOPHOMORE | 6-0 | MARIETTA, GA. | JOHNSON FERRY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

2019-20 (SOPHOMORE) Finished the fall season ranked in both ITA doubles and singles…ranks No. 17 in ITA doubles with teammate Philip Henning…ranks No. 88 in singles…the Croyder/Henning duo boasted eight wins in the fall, including four over nationallyranked teams…he and Henning raced to a 6-1 win against Gators No. 3 overall seed Johannes Ingildsen and Brian Berdusco at the Southern Intercollegiates…recorded seven singles wins during the fall season. 2018-19 (FRESHMAN) SPRING 2019: Named SEC Freshman of the Week after winning three-straight matches without losing a single set against players from Alabama, Auburn and Kennesaw State...his 19 singles wins for the season were second-most behind Jan Zielinski’s 28...won 8 of his last nine matches of the season...finished 8-3 overall in dual matches, including a perfect 3-0 record against SEC opponents at the No. 3 and No. 4 spots ... he and Alex Phillips defeated South Carolina’s duo of Jake Beasley/Joseph Brailovsky in the South Carolina Fall Invitational semifinals...Croyder/Phillips defeated their Georgia State counterparts 8-5 in the 2018 Georgia Tech Fall Invitational. FALL 2018: Finished 6-3 in doubles matches... Croyder/Phillips defeated South Carolina’s duo of Jake Beasley/Joseph Brailovsky in the South Carolina Fall Invitational semifinals...Croyder/Phillips defeated their Georgia State counterparts 8-5 in the 2018 Georgia Tech Fall Invitational...10-6 overall record in singles. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked 30th nationally and third in the state of Georgia...a two-time clay court national doubles champion... quarterfinalist at the National Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for both singles and doubles in 2016. PERSONAL Born April 5, 2000...son of Antoinette Croyder...Major: Finance.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Blake’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 19-11 8-3 Fall 2019 7-5 Career: 26-16

SEC 3-0 1-1

4 2-0 -

5 1-0 -

DOUBLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 10-5 1-2 Fall 2019 10-6 Career: 20-11

SEC 1-2 -

3 1-2 -

Ranked 1-0 4-2

6 5-3 -

Ranked 0-1 -

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ALEX DIAZ

R-JUNIOR | 6-2 | ATHENS, GA. | MONSIGNOR DONOVAN

2019-20 (REDSHIRT-JUNIOR) Saw action in both singles and doubles matches during the fall campaign....competed in the 2019 ITA All-America Championships. 2018-19 (REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE) Finished the season with six singles wins overall, including a perfect 3-0 record in dual matches...he and Robert Loeb went undefeated in doubles matches in the spring with a 4-0 record...recorded 11 total doubles victories...he and Loeb defeated Georgia Tech’s tandem of Zummy Bauer/Phillip Gresk, 8-6, at 2018 GT Fall Invitational. 2017-18 (REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN) Earned SEC Freshman of the Week with a 6-4, 7-6(5) tiebreak, clinching victory on the sixth court against Gus Benson to cap Georgia’s regular season with the defeat of No. 18 Kentucky….in doubles, clinched six matches over the season with four different doubles partners…closed the regular season with Emil Reinberg on the third doubles court; the pair clinched three of the seven matches played together...in first action of 2018, went 2-1 at the MLK/Georgia Tech Invitational. 2016-17 (FRESHMAN) Competed in the 2016 Player’s Choice Open in Birmingham, Alabama....picked up five wins during the tournament and advanced to the main draw...tallied his first career ATP point...Received a redshirt and did not play during his freshman season at UGA. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked No. 17 nationally in the 2016 signing class, according to tennisrecruiting.net...No. 5 ranked player in the southeast and No. 2 ranked in Georgia…a five-star recruit…reached the quarterfinals of the USTA Southern Level 1A Championship in the spring...later won a match at the Atlanta City Open in June…reached the singles semifinals and won the doubles championship at both the USTA National Selection Tournament in November and El Nacional, Campeonato de Tenis de Puerto Rico in December, 2015…won the USTA Southern Clay Court Boys’ 18s. PERSONAL Born Aug. 2, 1997...son of Georgia head men’s tennis coach Manuel Diaz and Suzanne Diaz...his brother, Eric, played at Georgia from 2011-2015...Major: Real Estate.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Alex’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall 2017-18 5-5 2018-19 6-4 Fall 2019 1-3 Career: 12-12

Dual 3-4 3-0 -

SEC 2-4 -

No. 5 1-1 2-0 -

No. 6 2-3 1-0 -

Ranked 0-1 -

DOUBLES Year Overall 2017-18 11-8 2018-19 11-7 Fall 2019 0-2 Career: 22-17

Dual 8-8 7-4 -

SEC 5-3 1-1 -

No. 2 1-0 2-0 -

No. 3 7-8 5-4 -

Ranked 0-2 -

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SAM DROMSKY SENIOR | 6-2 | AUGUSTA, GA. | LAKESIDE HIGH SCHOOL

2019-20 (SENIOR) In the Southern Intercollegiate Championships, he teamed up with UCF’s Mikhail Sokolovskiy to advance to the doubles compass draw finals…has been accepted to the Dental College of Georgia in Augusta for Fall 2020. 2018-19 (JUNIOR) Finished 6-3 in singles for the fall campaign...finished 7-3 overall in doubles...went 4-0 with doubles partner Alex Phillips…named a 2019 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete. 2017-18 (SOPHOMORE) Picked up a straight-set win over David Korsten of Lander at the Southern Intercollegiates in Athens. 2016-17 (FRESHMAN) Won first three singles matches of the year…closed the season with a 4-6 singles record…played mostly in the fall but did play in two dual matches – one against Illinois and one against Columbia. BEFORE GEORGIA Played No.1 singles on two state championship teams at Lakeside High School in Martinez, Georgia…a four-time Augusta-Chronicle Area Player of the Year during his high school career …did not lose a match against a player from the state of Georgia during his entire high school career…played in the Southern Closed BG18 Championship in Mobile, Ala., where he won four matches and advanced to the Round of 16…a three-star recruit, according to tennisrecruiting.net…lettered in football at Lakeside High School. PERSONAL Born Sept. 28, 1997...son of Joseph and Jill Dromsky…his father Joseph Dromsky swam at Georgia from 1982-84… his brother, Andrew Dromsky, played tennis at Tennessee from 2013-15...Major: Biology.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Sam’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall 2016-17 4-6 2017-18 1-3 2018-19 6-5 Fall 2019 2-5 Career: 13-19

Dual -

SEC -

Ranked

DOUBLES Year Overall 2016-17 0-1 2017-18 2018-19 7-3 Fall 2019 0-2 Career: 7-6

Dual -

SEC -

Ranked -

0-1 -

DROMSKY’S RESULTS

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PHILIP HENNING SOPHOMORE | 6-0 | BLOEMFONTEIN, SOUTH AFRICA | GREY COLLEGE

2019-20 (SOPHOMORE) Is the 12th-ranked singles player in the nation and the top-ranked Georgia Bulldog...recorded 11 singles wins in the fall, including four over nationally-ranked opponents...also earned the No. 17 rank in ITA doubles with teammate Blake Croyder to end the fall season...advanced to the singles Round of 16 at the 2019 ITA Fall National Championships after defeating No. 79-ranked Zeke Clark (Illinois) in straight sets...finished with 10 combined singles and doubles wins at the ITA All-America Championships...beat the No. 31 player in the country to advance to the 2019 Southern Intercollegiate finals...also at the Southern Intercollegiates, he and Croyder raced to a 6-1 win against Gators No. 3 overall seed Johannes Ingildsen and Brian Berdusco...was ranked #81 in ITA preseason singles rankings heading into the fall 2019 campaign. 2018-19 (FRESHMAN) Two-time SEC Freshman of the Week...named to the All-Freshman Team...capped his freshman season ranked No. 115 in ITA singles rankings...led the freshman class in singles...finished with 15 singles wins overall, including 7 wins at the No. 4 spot...tallied a perfect 4-0 record versus nationally-ranked opponents...in doubles, he recorded 13 wins, including 11 dual-match victories...he and Trent Bryde totaled 5 SEC wins...finished with 7 victories at the No. 3 court. Enrolled at UGA in January 2019...saw first action during the 2019 dual match season. BEFORE GEORGIA Career-high ITF ranking of No. 35 and an ATP world ranking of 1608...was part of South Africa’s Davis Cup team... won seven ITF junior titles in 2017 and three in 2018...participated in several grand slam events including the French Open and Australian Open...was among the recipients of the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) firstever International Junior Player Grants...finished in the doubles quarterfinals of the Australian Open in 2017. PERSONAL Born Nov. 10, 2000...son of Gerard and Carlien Henning...Major: Intended Management Info Systems.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Philip’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 15-8 13-7 Fall 2019 11-4 Career: 26-12

SEC 5-4 -

No. 3. 2-0 -

No. 4 7-5 -

No. 5 2-2 -

DOUBLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 13-9 11-8 Fall 2019 8-6 Career: 21-15

SEC 5-4 -

No. 2 4-2 -

No. 3 7-6 -

Ranked 1-0 4-2

No. 6 2-0 -

Ranked 4-0 4-2

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BRITTON JOHNSTON SOPHOMORE | 5-11 | SNELLVILLE, GA. | WILLIAM AND REED ACADEMY

2019-20 (SOPHOMORE) Totaled a combined six wins in singles and doubles during the fall season…went a combined 2-1 in singles and doubles to highlight the opening day of the Four in the Fall Tournament at the University of Alabama. 2018-19 (FRESHMAN) Johnston/Dromsky defeated Vikram Chari and Alex Ross from Vanderbilt, 8-5, in the 2018 Georgia Tech Fall Invitational...won his first collegiate match during the 2018 Southern Intercollegiates with a 6-1, 7-6 triumph against Appalachian State’s Zion Heaven. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked 16th nationally and second in the south during his career...led his high school team to a state championship and earned the squad’s Most Valuable Player honor...was a finalist in consolation at the national event in Kalamazoo, Michigan...won two gold balls in the USTA national spring events in Mobile, Alabama. PERSONAL Born Aug. 23, 1999...son of Steve and Sue Johnston...Major: Mechanical Engineering.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Britton’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 5-10 Fall 2019 3-4 Career: 8-14

SEC -

Ranked -

DOUBLES Year Overall Dual 2018-19 3-6 Fall 2019 3-3 Career: 6-9

SEC -

Ranked -

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ROBERT LOEB SENIOR | 6-1 | HILTON HEAD, S.C. | HILTON HEAD PREP

2019-20 (SENIOR) Recorded two singles wins in the fall season, including a win over a nationally-ranked opponent…Battle in the Bay Classic: Went a combined 3-0 in singles and doubles to highlight the start of the tournament…in their first match together, he and Baptiste Anselmo recorded an 8-6 victory over Michigan opponents Patrick Maloney and Ondrej Styler to advance to the Battle in the Bay quarterfinals…in the round of 16 singles, Loeb played to a 6-3, 6-3 win over No. 4-ranked senior Nathan Ponwith (Arizona State) to advance to the quarterfinals round. 2018-19 (JUNIOR) Finished junior season as Georgia’s top-ranked doubles player with No. 16 ITA ranking ... received an at-large bid to 2019 NCAA doubles championships...recorded a 17 singles wins this season, including 10 victories during the dual campaign...finished with four singles victories at court 4...tallied five wins against SEC opponents...finished as Georgia’s top doubles player with 23 overall victories...recorded 13 during the dual season, including 8 victories over SEC opponents and a perfect 4-0 record at the No. 2 and 3 courts...clinched 6 wins over nationally-ranked opponents...2017 ITA All-American and First Team All-SEC…in the fall, he and Jan Zielinsk performed to a perfect 4-0 record against nationally-ranked opponents at the No. 1 court…went 7-3 against SEC opponents…recorded 10 singles victories…he and Alex Diaz were 3-0 overall…finished the fall campaign 9-3 in doubles overall...finished 9-3 overall in doubles for fall campaign...went 7-2 with doubles partner Jan Zielinski…named a 2019 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete. 2017-18 (SOPHOMORE) Clinched three-straight Georgia victories at the start of dual play…closed the season with a 16-9 overall singles mark… limited action due to injury, but still collected a 9-5 clip in dual action…opened dual action commanding the sixth court, winning the six of seven matches…Capped the regular season with threestraight victories on the fourth and fifth courts…primarily played first doubles with Jan Zielinski, collecting a 17-14 record...In the first round of the ITA National Indoor Championships, the Loeb-Zielinski duo defeated Columbia’s seventh-ranked pair of Victor Pham and Jackie Tang to clinch the doubles point. FALL 2017: Posted a 5-4 singles record, with a win over a ranked opponent...member of the seventh-ranked doubles pair with Jan Zielinski in the Oracle/ITA Rankings at the end of the fall...with Zielinski, earned 11-4 doubles mark with two wins over ranked opponents...the pair recorded a streak of seven-straight wins...topped the doubles competition in both the Southern Intercollegiates and the ITA Southeast Regional. 2016-17 (FRESHMAN) ITA All-American…First Team All-SEC...NCAA Championship doubles finalist with Jan Zielinski…appeared in the championship match of the doubles tournament after being ranked No. 1 for a good portion of the year … the Zielinski/Loeb duo finished with a 24-10 overall doubles record and a 17-10 performance on the first court… went 3-1 in the NCAA Championships doubles tournament with wins over Hugo Di Feo and Martin Joyce of Ohio State, Jack Findel-Hawkins and Lusse Muscheites of North Florida and Jerry Lopez and Reese Stalder of TCU, each ranked No. 40, No. 14 and No. 12, respectively…recorded five wins against the other nine doubles pairs that make up the final Oracle/ITA top-10 on the season…the tandem was 11-5 against ranked opponents…entered the NCAA Championships as the number one seed in the tournament and the nation…broke the top-10 doubles rankings on March 21 after knocking off five consecutive ranked opponents, including No. 2 Skander Mansouri and Christian Seraphim of Wake Forest…remained in the top-10 for the final ten weeks of the season…tied with two other Georgia men’s tennis alumni for the 12th most doubles wins in a single season in school history at 34…clinched seven total doubles points… ranked third in the final Oracle/ITA Rankings...went 2-1 against ranked opponents during the regular season…boasted a 10-6 record in singles on the sixth court. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked No. 4 nationally in 2016 signing class, according to tennisrecruiting.net…No. 1 player in the southeast and in the state of South Carolina according to tennisrecruiting.net…a blue-chip, five-star recruit…played in the Tampa USTA Men’s Pro Circuit Futures tournament in May, as well as The Easter Bowl in Indian Wells in April and the USTA International Spring Championships in March…in 2015, won the USTA National Selection Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla., in May following his victory at the Clemson/Furman USTA Southern L1A Championships…earlier that spring, won the USTA Southern Designated L2 in Montgomery, Alabama … won seven matches at the USTA B18, 16 National Clay Court Championships, advancing to the consolation semifinals in 2015 tournament. PERSONAL Born March 12, 1998...son of David and Katharine Loeb...Recipient of the Bonneau Ansley Men’s Tennis Scholarship...Major: Housing Management.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Robert’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall 2016-17 21-17 2017-18 16-9 2018-19 17-13 Fall 2019 2-5 Career: 56-44

Dual 13-9 9-5 10-8 -

SEC 7-3 5-3 5-5 -

No. 2 1-0 -

No. 3 2-3 -

No. 4 1-0 4-2 -

No. 5 1-0 4-3 3-3 -

DOUBLES Year Overall 2016-17 34-16 2017-18 18-15 2018-19 23-12 Fall 2019 3-4 Career: 78-47

Dual 17-10 5-10 13-8 -

SEC 6-4 1-5 8-3 -

No. 1 17-10 4-9 9-8 -

No. 2 2-0 -

No. 3 1-1 2-0 -

Ranked 16-6 3-5 6-2 -

No. 6 12-9 4-2 -

Ranked 2-1 1-3 1-1 1-2

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ALEX PHILLIPS

R-SENIOR | 5-10 | PEACHTREE CITY, GA. | OGBURN SCHOOL

2019-20 (REDSHIRT-SENIOR) Recorded six singles wins during the fall…advanced all the way to the Navy Draw singles semifinals at the Georgia Tech Invitational…is a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representative. 2018-19 (REDSHIRT-JUNIOR) Finished 2-0 in singles at the No. 6 court for the dual campaign...recorded 10 total doubles victories in the fall...went 4-0 with doubles partner Sam Dromsky and 6-1 with Blake Croyder...Phillips/Croyder defeated South Carolina duo of Jake Beasley/Joseph Brailovsky in the 2018 South Carolina Fall Invitational semifinals...named to the SEC Community Service Team. 2017-18 (REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE) Logged time at No. 6 singles and No. 2 doubles in the spring...FALL 2017: Finished with a 4-5 singles record and a record of 3-3 in doubles. 2016-17 (REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN) Collected a 9-9 singles record…played doubles primarily with Andy Martinez…won first three doubles matches with Martinez to start the season…closed with a 7-4 overall doubles record ... played primarily during the fall season. 2015-16 (FRESHMAN) Enrolled at UGA in January 2016...red-shirted the season and did not compete. BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked No. 17 nationally by tennisrecruiting.net...won the 2015 USTA Southern Championships in Chattanooga, Tennessee...won a pair of matches to earn a spot in the main draw of the Easter Bowl Championship in Indian Wells in April 2015...reached the doubles quarterfinals of the Prince George’s County International Hard Court Championship in College Park, Maryland, in August 2015.

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SNAPSHOTS & STATS

Alex’s Career Statistics SINGLES Year Overall 2016-17 9-9 2017-18 5-10 2018-19 6-11 Fall 2019 6-8 Career: 26-38

Dual 0-5 2-0 -

SEC 0-5 -

No. 6 0-5 2-0 -

Ranked 0-1 0-2 0-1 -

DOUBLES Year Overall 2016-17 7-4 2017-18 4-5 2018-19 11-4 Fall 2019 3-8 Career: 25-21

Dual 1-2 -

SEC 1-2 -

No. 2

Ranked

1-2 -

0-1 -

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2019-20 FRESHMEN

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BAPTISTE ANSELMO FRESHMAN | 6-1 | AIX-EN PROVENCE, FRANCE

#3

RECRUITING CLASS according to tennisrecruiting.net

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U.S. OPEN JUNIORS CHAMPION

2019-20 (FRESHMAN) Saw limited action in the fall due to injury and finished 1-1 in doubles and 0-2 in singles...in their first match together, Anselmo and Robert Loeb recorded an 8-6 victory over Michigan opponents Patrick Maloney and Ondrej Styler to advance to the Battle in the Bay quarterfinals in San Fransisco, Calif...Ranked No. 8 in ITA Freshman/Newcomer rankings. BEFORE GEORGIA As a member of the U16 French national team, he helped guide his country to a second-place finish in the European Championship Wianter Cup...was a U14 French champion in doubles and vice champion in singles...earned a career-high ranking of No. 83 according to the International Tennis Federation...made a semifinals appearance in doubles in the U18 Roland Garros French Championships and was a finalist in the ITF Junior Saint Cyprien Championships in 2018...also won two doubles titles his senior year in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. PERSONAL Born June 14, 2001...son of Chrystel and Sylvain Anselmo... Major: Intended Business. Baptiste’s Career Statistics

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SINGLES Year Overall Fall 2019 0-2 Career: 0-2

Ranked 0-1

DOUBLES Year Overall Fall 2019 1-1 Career: 1-1

Ranked 0-1


2019-20 FRESHMEN

ERIK GREVELIUS

TYLER ZINK

FRESHMAN | 6-1 | STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN | KORRESPONDENS GYMNASIUM

FRESHMAN | 6-0 | BRADENTON, FLA. | IMG ACADEMY

2019-20 (FRESHMAN) Recorded five-straight singles victories to finish his first fall campaign as a Bulldog with 12 singles wins…won the consolation finals of the 2019 ITA Southeast Regional, marking wins in eight of his last nine matches up to that point…claimed the GT Fall Invite consolation title…also won the Southern Intercollegiate consolation draw in September 2019.

2019-20 (FRESHMAN) Became the first Bulldog in 13 years to win the US Open Juniors Doubles title in September 2019, with the Georgia pair of now associate head coach Jamie Hunt and teammate Nate Schnugg taking the honor in 2006...he and sophomore Bulldog Trent Bryde won the doubles title at the ITF USA F17 futures event in June 2019.

BEFORE GEORGIA He has won 12 Swedish national championships, with three coming in singles, seven in doubles and two in team competition...achieved a career-high International Tennis Federation (ITF) ranking of 92...played in three junior grand slams — the Australian Open, the US Open and Wimbledon...finished runner-up in the European junior doubles championship and finished in the singles semifinals in Grade A ITF juniors in Japan…won Grade 1 and 2 doubles titles in Thailand and Lithuania.

BEFORE GEORGIA Ranked No. 8 nationally and third in the state of Florida...a blue-chip...competed in Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open junior grand slams...will play in all four grand slams this coming year...made the quarterfinals of the Orange Bowl...has a career-high No. 43 ITF world ranking.

PERSONAL Born June 24, 2000...son of Helene and Fredrik Grevelius...Major: Intended Finance.

PERSONAL Born Jan. 30, 2001...son of George and Lauren Zink...his father played collegiately at Southern Illinois UniversityEdwardsville and briefly played on the pro tour... Major: Intended Business.

Erik’s Career Statistics

Tyler’s Career Statistics

SINGLES Year Overall Fall 2019 12-5 Career: 12-5

Ranked 1-0

SINGLES Year Overall Fall 2019 1-1 Career: 1-1

Ranked -

DOUBLES Year Overall Fall 2019 4-6 Career: 4-6

Ranked -

DOUBLES Year Overall Fall 2019 1-1 Career: 1-1

Ranked 1-0

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COACH DIAZ REACHES 700 WINS

DIAZ GRABS 7OOTH WIN AT THE HELM Singles wins from a trio of freshmen lifted the University of Georgia men’s tennis team to a 4-0 victory against Elon during the first round of the 2019 NCAA tournament. The victory also marked win No. 700 of head coach Manuel Diaz’s 31-year head coaching career that began during the 1988-89 campaign. The Bulldog head man owns a 700-170 record — an 80-percent win percentage and average of 23 wins per year. He trails legendary head coach Dan Magill, who totaled a SEC-record 706 career victories. “700 for me is about the many people I owe a great deal to,” Diaz said. “There are a lot of players who earned their stripes here at the University of Georgia and played hard for me, Coach Magill and this program. That is something I went through and take a great deal of pride in.”

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THROUGH THE YEARS

Coach Manuel Diaz with his 2001 NCAA Championship team in Athens, Ga.

Coach Diaz and team after winning 2007 NCAA Championship in Athens, Ga.

Georgia’s Travis Helgeson celebrates the Bulldogs’ 2008 NCAA Championship title, Diaz’s third of his career as head coach.

Coach Diaz before the NCAA second round match against Florida State at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in May 2015. The Bulldogs would advance to the quarterfinals.

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2018-19 HIGHLIGHTS & STANDINGS

2018-19 HIGHLIGHTS & STANDINGS TRIO OF BULLDOGS FEATURED ON ALL-SEC TEAMS Seniors Emil Reinberg and Jan Zielinski along with sophomore Philip Henning were recognized by league coaches in the annual All-Southeastern Conference postseason awards. Reinberg and Zielinski earned first-team All-SEC honors, while Henning placed on the conference’s AllFreshman Team. It marked Zielinski’s third-consecutive All-SEC accolades in each of the past three seasons. It was the second time in four years Reinberg made the All-SEC squad. Henning made an immediate impact during his rookie campaign. The South Africa native was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week and went a perfect 4-0 against players ranked in the ITA national rankings at the time All-SEC awards were announced. ZIELINSKI RANKS IN TOP-10 IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF UGA RECORD BOOK Zielinski finished his final season as a Georgia Bulldog as a record-holder in four categories. The Warsaw, Poland, native already ranked fourth in singles wins in a single season with 38. He trails Bulldog great John Isner’s 39 at the No. 3 spot. During the 2018-19 season, Zielinski earned the No. 5 spot in two categories - career singles wins and career combined wins - with records of 124-53 and 227-107, respectively. Zielinski is ranked ninth in career doubles wins with a 103-54 record. JAMIE HUNT NAMED ITA SOUTHEAST ASSISTANT OF THE YEAR Jamie Hunt was named the ITA Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year. In addition to Hunt’s honor, Bulldog seniors Walker Duncan and Jan Zielinski were also recognized by the ITA. Duncan earned the ITA Southeast Region Arthur Ashe

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Jr. Award for outstanding leadership and sportsmanship, while Zielinski was tabbed the Southeast Region’s Senior Player of the Year and Most Improved Senior. GEORGIA MEN MAKE 36th-STRAIGHT, 41st OVERALL NCAA APPEARANCE The Bulldogs earned their 36th-straight birth to the NCAA Tournament during the 2018-19 season, marking the team’s 41st appearance overall. Georgia saw improvement last season, advancing to the second round of the tournament after falling in the first round during the 201718 campaign. Georgia’s men have won six NCAA National Championships (1985, 1987, 1999, 2001, 2007 and 2008), while a Bulldog has won the NCAA Singles Championship four times (Mikael Pernfors in 1984 and 1985; Matias Boeker in 2001 and 2002). The Bulldogs have claimed the doubles title on three occasions - Ola Malmqvist and Allen Miller in 1983, Boeker and Travis Parrott, and John Isner and Antonio Ruiz in 2005. 2018-19 SEC STANDINGS

SEC

ALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

Florida^

12-0

25-4

14-1

8-0

3-3

Mississippi State* 11-1

24-4

12-1

6-1

6-2

Texas A&M

10-2

21-8

12-3

5-3

4-2

Tennessee

8-4

22-8

12-3

6-3

4-2

Georgia

7-5

14-11

10-2

2-6

2-3

South Carolina

5-7

18-10

12-2

3-6

3-2

Kentucky

5-7

16-15

9-5

2-7

5-3

Ole Miss

5-7

16-13

11-3

3-4

2-6

Alabama

5-7

16-11

9-4

4-5

3-2

Vanderbilt

4-8

16-12

9-4

3-5

4-3

LSU

3-9

16-11

11-5

5-5

0-1

Arkansas

3-9

15-15

12-5

0-9

3-1

Auburn

0-12

12-19

11-7

0-7

1-5

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FALL 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

TOP HEADLINES OF FALL 2019 HENNING CRUISES TO ROUND OF 16 AT ITA ALL-AMERICA CHAMPIONSHIPS | 10/10/2019 Sophomore Philip Henning recorded his fifth-straight win with his 6-3, 6-1 Round of 32 win to advance to the ITA AllAmerica Championships Round of 16. Henning took down No 11-ranked and seventh-seeded John McNally from Ohio State to improve to 8-1 in singles contest up to that point in the fall campaign. Also at the time, the South Africa native had lost just three sets in nine total matches played during the autumn season.

defeated four nationally-ranked opponents during the fall 2019 campaign. The South Africa native also competed in the ITA National Fall Championships, where he advanced out of the singles Round of 64 and Round of 32 matches. Georgia natives Croyder and Bryde recorded a combined 10 singles wins during the fall tour. Henning and Croyder earned the No. 17 spot in ITA doubles rankings for the fall 2019 season. The duo boasted eight wins in the fall, including four over nationally-ranked teams.

HENNING ROLLS INTO ROUND OF 16 SINGLES AT ITA FALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11/07/2019 During the second day of the ITA Fall National Championships, University of Georgia men’s tennis sophomore Philip Henning won his Round of 32 singles match Thursday afternoon to advance to the third round of the championships in Newport Beach, Calif. The sophomore Bulldog, who ranks 81st in ITA singles, topped No. 79-ranked Zeke Clark (Illinois) in straight sets for the 7-6 (3), 7-5 win. “Once again, Philip showed incredible fight and won a very physical match,” Georgia head coach Manuel Diaz said. “He has to commit to playing a little more disciplined to make things easier for himself, but I’m impressed with his progress. We lost a close doubles match. Oklahoma State was just better at holding serve and came up with the break when they needed it.” TRIO OF BULLDOGS EARN ITA TOP-20, TOP-100 NATIONAL RANKINGS | 11/13/2019 A trio of University of Georgia men’s tennis sophomores earned spots in the top-125 singles rankings, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced Wednesday afternoon. Two of those Bulldogs also garnered a place in the top-60 doubles rankings. Philip Henning checks in as the 12th-ranked singles player in the nation, while Trent Bryde and Blake Croyder are ranked No. 57 and No. 88, respectively. Ranked No. 81 in ITA preseason rankings, Henning

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2018-19 RECORDS

Overall record: 14-11; SEC: 7-5; Home: 10-2; Away: 2-6; Neutral: 2-3; vs Top-25: 2-7

2018-19 SEASON STATISTICS Overall record: 14-11 • SEC: 7-5 • Region: 3-1 • Home: 11-2 • Away: 2-6 • Neutral: 1-3 vs National ranked: 2-7 • vs Regional ranked: 0-0 vs

SINGLES Trent Bryde Blake Croyder Alex Diaz Samuel Dromsky Walker Duncan Philip Henning Britton Johnston Robert Loeb Alex Phillips Emil Reinberg Jan Zielinski Totals Percentage

Overall 8-9 19-11 6-4 6-5 11-7 15-8 5-10 17-13 6-11 17-14 28-13 138-105 .568

Dual 8-9 8-3 3-0 0-0 10-7 13-7 0-0 10-8 2-0 9-10 12-6 75-50 .600

Tour 0-0 11-8 3-4 6-5 1-0 2-1 5-10 7-5 4-11 8-4 16-7 63-55 .534

SEC 1 2 5-6 --- 1-0 3-0 ----0-0 ----0-0 ----8-3 ----5-4 ----0-0 ----5-5 --- 1-0 0-0 ----4-6 5-6 4-4 7-4 5-4 7-2 37-28 10-10 13-6 .569 .500 .684

3 6-8 --------2-0 --2-3 ------10-11 .476

4 1-1 2-0 ----1-0 7-5 --4-2 ------15-8 .652

ranked

6 --5-3 1-0 --5-4 2-0 ----2-0 ----15-7 .682

Nat'l Reg'l 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 8-10 0-0 12-8 0-0 25-27 0-0 .481 .000

1 --9-8 ------------------------2-1 ------11-9 .550

2 ----------------2-0 2-2 --------6-4 2-0 ----12-6 .667

3 Nat'l Reg'l Strk --- 0-0 0-0 L1 --- 6-2 0-0 L3 --- 0-0 0-0 W4 --- 0-0 0-0 W3 --- 0-0 0-0 W1 2-2 0-0 0-0 W1 --- 0-0 0-0 L1 --- 0-0 0-0 L1 2-0 0-0 0-0 W5 --- 1-0 0-0 L1 --- 1-0 0-0 W1 --- 0-0 0-0 L1 --- 0-0 0-0 L2 --- 0-0 0-0 W1 --- 1-1 0-0 L1 6-4 0-0 0-0 L1 1-2 0-0 0-0 L1 1-2 0-0 0-0 L1 12-10 9-3 0-0 .545 .750 .000

vs

DOUBLES TEAMS Blake Croyder/Britton Johnston Robert Loeb/Jan Zielinski Samuel Dromsky/Alex Phillips Blake Croyder/Alex Phillips Samuel Dromsky/Britton Johnston Alex Diaz/Emil Reinberg Blake Croyder/Alex Diaz Alex Phillips/Jan Zielinski Alex Diaz/Robert Loeb Walker Duncan/Philip Henning Blake Croyder/Walker Duncan Philip Henning/Emil Reinberg Britton Johnston/Alex Phillips Blake Croyder/Jan Zielinski Walker Duncan/Emil Reinberg Trent Bryde/Philip Henning Alex Diaz/Philip Henning Trent Bryde/Blake Croyder Totals Percentage

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Overall 0-1 17-11 4-0 7-1 3-3 4-3 0-1 0-1 6-1 4-2 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 8-5 8-4 1-2 1-2 65-40 .619

Dual 0-0 9-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-5 8-4 1-2 1-2 35-25 .583

Tour 0-1 8-3 4-0 7-1 3-3 2-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 30-15 .667

SEC 0-0 7-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-4 5-3 0-1 1-2 20-13 .606

Strk L1 W8 W4 L2 L1 L1 L1 L2 W2 L1 L2

Last 10 4-4 8-1 6-4 5-4 6-1 5-5 3-7 3-2 4-6 4-3 6-3

5 --1-0 2-0 --4-3 2-2 --3-3 ------12-8 .600

ranked

Last

10 0-1 6-4 4-0 7-1 3-3 4-3 0-1 0-1 6-1 4-2 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 5-5 6-4 1-2 1-2


ADMINISTRATION & SENIOR STAFF

JERE W. MOREHEAD

GREG MCGARITY

DARRICE GRIFFIN

JOSH BROOKS

MATT BORMAN

STEPHANIE RANSOM

22nd President of UGA

J. Reid Parker Director of

Deputy AD - Administration

Deputy AD - Operations

Deputy AD - Development

Deputy AD - Finance

GLADA HORVAT

MATT BRACHOWSKI

MAGDI EL SHAHAWY

Deputy AD - Academics & Student Development

TIM CEARLEY

Associate AD Ticket Operations

EMILY DIETZ

Assistant AD Promotions

MELVIN ROBINSON

Assistant AD Facility Operations

WILL LAWLER

RON COURSON

Exec. Assoc. AD - Compliance

Sr. Assoc. AD - Sports

KEVIN MILLER

Sr. Assoc. AD - Acad. &

Associate AD Internal Operations

MIKE BILBOW

Associate AD External Operations

FORD WILLIAMS

JOHN BATEMAN

Associate AD - Development

Associate AD - Major Gifts

Assistant AD - Marketing

Assistant AD Production Digital Services

STEVE FLIPPEN

SCOTT HALLBERG

RHONDA KILPATRICK

CHRISTIE PURKS

ANNA RANDA

Assistant AD - Compliance

AMY THOMAS

Assistant AD Human Resources

ALAN THOMAS

CLAUDE FELTON

Loran Smith Sr. Assoc. AD Sports Comm.

Assistant AD Business Operations

WENDY WHITTINGTON

Assistant AD Ticket Operations

Assistant AD Acad. & Eligibility

Assistant AD Event Management

Assistant AD Sports Medicine

SCOTT HALLBERG

Assistant AD Business Operations

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ALL-SEC Accolades 1966 Henry Feild (1st) Doug Russell (2nd) 1967 Bill Shippey (1st) 1968 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) 1971 Norman Holmes (1st) Danny Birchmore (1st) Bob Tanis (1st) Carey Browder (2nd) 1972 Danny Birchmore (1st) Bob Tanis (2nd) Carey Browder (2nd) 1973 Manuel Diaz (1st) Bob Tanis (2nd) Gordon Smith (2nd) 1974 Manuel Diaz Bill Kopecky Joe Gettys 1975 Manuel Diaz Gordon Smith 1976 Charlie Ellis 1977 Charlie Ellis Wesley Cash Ricky Diaz

1981 Bill Rogers Brent Crymes Paul Groth John Mangan

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

1982 John Mangan Allen Miller

1997 John Roddick (1st-S) Eddie Jacques (1st-S) Steven Baldas (2nd-D) Rafael Jordan (2nd-D)

1983 Allen Miller 1984 Allen Miller Mikael Pernfors 1985 Allen Miller Mikael Pernfors George Bezecny Deane Frey (HM) Trey Carter (HM) 1986 Trey Carter (S) Philip Johnson (S) Stephen Enochs (S) Gerald Thonhauser (S) 1987 Philip Johnson (S) Stephen Enochs (S&D) John Boytim (S&D) 1988 Trey Carter (S) Stephen Enochs (S) Chris Garner (S) Al Parker (S) 1989 Stephen Enochs Al Parker Francisco Montana 1990 Al Parker (S) 1991 Al Parker (S) Patricio Arnold (S) 1992 Wade McGuire (S&D) Bobby Mariencheck (D)

1978 Wesley Cash Bill Rogers

1993 Wade McGuire (S&D) Bobby Mariencheck (S&D)

1979 Wesley Cash Bill Rogers Brent Crymes

1994 Jamie Laschinger (D) Albin Polonyi (D) Bobby Mariencheck (S) Nirav Patel (S)

1980 Bill Rogers Peter Lloyd Tom Foster

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1995 Steven Baldas (1st) Eddie Jacques (1st) Jamie Laschinger (1st) Mike Sell (1st)

1998 Steven Baldas (1st-S&D) John Roddick (1st-S&D) Hisham Hemeda (2nd-S) 1999 Chad Carlson (1st-S) Hisham Hemeda (1st-S) 2000 Matias Boeker (1st-S&D) Lesley Joseph (2nd-S) Travis Parrott (2nd-D) 2001 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) 2002 Matias Boeker (1st-S&D) Bo Hodge (1st-D) Lesley Joseph (2nd-S) Brandon Wagner (1st-S) 2003 Nicolas Boeker (2nd) Bo Hodge (1st)

2008 Travis Helgeson (1st) Nate Schnugg (1st) Luis Flores (2nd) Javier Garrapiz (2nd) Jamie Hunt (2nd) 2009 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) 2012 KU Singh (1st) Wil Spencer (1st) Sadio Doumbia (2nd) Ignacio Taboada (2nd) Nathan Pasha (Freshman) 2013 KU Singh (1st) Nathan Pasha (1st) Ben Wagland (1st and Freshman) 2014 Garrett Brasseaux (1st) Nathan Pasha (1st) Austin Smith (1st)

2004 Bo Hodge (1st) John Isner (1st)

2015 Ben Wagland (1st) Austin Smith (1st) Nathan Pasha (1st) Wayne Montgomery, (1st and Freshman)

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

2016 Austin Smith (1st) Wayne Montgomery (1st) Paul Oosterbaan (2nd) Walker Duncan (Freshman)

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

2017 Wayne Montgomery (1st) Jan Zielinski (1st) Robert Loeb (1st) Nathan Ponwith (1st and Freshman) Emil Reinberg (2nd)

2007 Luis Flores (1st) Travis Helgeson (1st) John Isner (1st) Jamie Hunt (2nd) Matic Omerzel (2nd) Nate Schnugg (2nd)

2018 Wayne Montgomery (2nd) Jan Zielinski (2nd) 2019 Jan Zielinski (1st) Emil Reinberg (1st) Philip Henning (Freshman)


HONORS AND AWARDS NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships 2000 1991 1990 1981 1972 1965

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

SEC Academic Honor Roll 2018

2017

2016

2015 2014

2013

2012

2011

2010 2009 2008 2007

2006 2005

2004

Sam Dromsky Walker Duncan Robert Loeb Andrew Martinez Wayne Montgomery Alex Phillips Jan Zielinski Walker Duncan Andrew Martinez Paul Oosterbaan Alex Phillips Jan Zielinski Andy Martinez Wayne Montgomery Paul Oosterbaan Austin Smith Ben Wagland Nick Wood Austin Smith Ben Wagland Andy Martinez Garrett Brasseaux Nathan Pasha Hernus Pieters Austin Smith Ben Wagland Nick Wood Garrett Brasseaux Casey Kay Nathan Pasha Hernus Pieters Sadio Doumbia Hernus Pieters Will Reynolds Wil Spencer Ignacio Taboada 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

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999 1998 1997

1996

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

1987 1984 Scholar-Athlete Award 2008 2007 2006 1999 1998 1997 1996

Trevor Wilson Matias Boeker Todd Carlson Will Glenn Bo Hodge Lesley Joseph Ian 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 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 Alex Hill Brad Benedict Brad Benedict Chad Carlson Steven Baldas Joey Pitts Bart Newman Joey Pitts Joey Pitts

1995 1994 1993 1992 1990 1989 1988 1987

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 Nirav Patel 1992 Jack Frierson 1991 Al Parker Blue Key National Honor Society 1999 Joey Pitts 1992 Jack Frierson Oliver Jackson ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership Award 2009 Jamie Hunt 2019 Walker Duncan 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 Scholarships 1992 Jack Frierson (runner-up) GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 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 Steven Baldas 1995 Nirav Patel 1992 Jack Frierson 1991 Al Parker 1990 Jim Childs 1989 Stephen Enochs 1983 Tom Foster 1981 Brent Crymes H. Boyd McWhorter SEC Scholar-Athlete 2000 Joey Pitts 1991 Al Parker

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ALL-AMERICANS Patricio Arnold Steven Baldas

Ivan Baron George Bezecny Danny Birchmore Matias Boeker Nicolas Boeker Manuel Diaz Charlie 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

Robert Loeb Ola Malmqvist John Mangan Bobby Mariencheck Wade McGuire Allen Miller

Francisco Montana Al Parker

Travis Parrott Nathan Pasha Mikael Pernfors Hernus Pieters

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1991 1995 1996 1997 1998 1991 1985 1971 1972 2000 2001 2002 2003 1974 1975 1977 1987 1989 2006 2007 1988 2010 2011 2007 2008 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 1971 2009 2004 2005 2006 2007 1997 1990 1986 1987 1997 1974 1993 1994 1995 1996 2017 1982 1983 1981 1991 1992 1993 1991 1992 1993 1982 1983 1984 1985 1989 1988 1989 1990 1991 2001 2014 1984 1985 2011 2013

Singles Singles and Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Singles Singles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Singles

Singles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles Singles Doubles Singles Singles Singles Singles Singles Doubles Singles Singles and Doubles Doubles Doubles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Singles Doubles Singles Singles Doubles Doubles Singles and Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles Doubles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Doubles Doubles

Albin Polonyi John Roddick Bill Rogers Brandon Wagner Antonio Ruiz Nate Schnugg Mike Sell

KU Singh Austin Smith Wil Spencer Ben Wagland Jan Zielinski Robert Loeb Jan Zielinski

2014 1993 1996 1997 1998 1981 2002 2005 2006 2008 2009 1992 1993 1994 1995 2012 2015 2016 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 2017 2019

Doubles Doubles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles and Doubles Doubles Singles Doubles Doubles Singles Singles and Doubles Singles Singles Singles Singles Singles Doubles Singles Singles Singles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Doubles Singles

All-Americans By Year 1971 Danny Birchmore, Norman Holmes 1972 Danny Birchmore 1974 Manuel Diaz, Bill Kopecky 1975 Manuel Diaz 1977 Charlie Ellis 1981 John Mangan, Bill Rogers 1982 Ola Malmqvist, Allen Miller 1983 Ola Malmqvist, Allen Miller 1984 Allen Miller, Mikael Pernfors 1985 George Bezecny, Allen Miller, Mikael Pernfors 1986 Philip Johnson 1987 Stephen Enochs, Philip Johnson 1988 Chris Garner, Al Parker 1989 Stephen Enochs, Francisco Montana, Al Parker 1990 Murphy Jensen, Al Parker 1991 Patricio Arnold, Ivan Baron, Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Al Parker 1992 Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Mike Sell 1993 Jamie Laschinger, Bobby Mariencheck, Wade McGuire, Albin Polonyi, Mike Sell 1994 Jamie Laschinger, Mike Sell 1995 Steven Baldas, Jamie Laschinger, Mike Sell 1996 Steven Baldas, Jamie Laschinger, John Roddick 1997 Eddie Jacques, Steven Baldas, John Roddick 1998 Steven Baldas, Hisham Hemeda, John Roddick 1999 Hisham Hemeda 2000 Matias Boeker 2001 Matias Boeker, Bo Hodge, Travis Parrott 2002 Matias Boeker, Bo Hodge, Brandon Wagner 2003 Nicolas Boeker, Bo Hodge 2004 Bo Hodge, John Isner 2005 John Isner, Antonio Ruiz 2006 Luis Flores, John Isner, Antonio Ruiz 2007 Luis Flores, Travis Helgeson, John Isner 2008 Travis Helgeson, Nate Schnugg 2009 Jamie Hunt, Nate Schnugg 2010 Javier Garrapiz 2011 Javier Garrapiz, Hernus Pieters, Wil Spencer 2012 KU Singh, Wil Spencer 2013 Hernus Pieters, Ben Wagland 2014 Nathan Pasha, Hernus Pieters, Ben Wagland 2015 Austin Smith, Ben Wagland 2016 Austin Smith 2017 Jan Zielinski, Robert Loeb 2019 Jan Zielinski


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

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

1956 (11-10)

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

1957 (18-11-1)

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

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 T W W W W W W

W W W W W W

1958 (17-7)

at Florida State at Florida Minnesota at Georgia Tech Presbyterian at Mercer Florida Tennessee

W W W W W

L L L L L L L L L L L

L L L L L L L L L

L

L L L

L L L L L L

L L

L L L

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

Indiana Emory at Sewanee at Vanderbilt at Tennessee Miami at Auburn at Alabama Florida State at Emory Georgia State Mercer Georgia Tech Rollins at LSU at Tulane

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

1959 (16-8)

at Florida State at Florida at Presbyterian Southern Illinois Florida Duke Tulane Kalamazoo Mercer Michigan State Georgia Tech Presbyterian at Emory Vanderbilt Sewanee Mercer LSU Emory at Georgia Tech Auburn Rollins Florida State Tennessee Ole Miss

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

1960 (7-11-1)

at Florida State at Florida at Sea Island Minnesota Southern Illinois Emory at Georgia Tech Clemson Michigan State Mercer Miami Cincinnati Florida Kentucky Presbyterian Florida State Georgia Tech at Emory Georgia State

1961 (14-6-1)

W W W W

W T W W

L

L L L L L

L

L L

L L L

L L L L L L L L L L L

6-3 9-0 8-0 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 5-4 6-3 5.5-3.5 5.5-3.5 5-4 7-1 9-0 9-0 9-0 7-2 7-2 6-3 9-0 6-3 7-0 9-0 7-2 9-0 6-3 9-0 5-4 5-4 7-2 9-0 5-4 8-1 5-2 7-2 6-3 9-0 6-3 6-3 6-3 9-0 9-0 5-4 7-2 8-1 8-1 4.5-4.5 6-1 8-1 6-0

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.

1962 (13-5)

10, Florida 9, LSU 7, Tennessee 4, Vandy 3, Ole Miss 2, Auburn 0.

at Florida State W 7-2 at Florida State W 5-4 at Florida L 5-4 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, Georgia 22, Florida 17, LSU 17, Vandy 9, Ga. 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, Ga. Tech 1.

1965 (19-2)

1963 (16-9)

1966 (19-3)

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, 11-10 over Ga. Tech. SECs (Tuscaloosa): Tulane 33, Georgia 21, Alabama 16, Miss. St. 14, Florida 12, LSU 10, Ga. Tech 10, Vandy 8, Ole Miss 4, Tenn. 3, Ky. 2, Auburn 0. SEC Frosh Division: Ga. 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)

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 Ga. Tech. SECs (Oxford): Tulane 27, Miss. St. 24, Georgia 18, Ga. Tech 18, Alabama

Tennessee W 6-3 at Florida W 8-1 at Columbus TC W 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. 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

9-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS S. Illinois W 7-2 Miss. State* L 7-2 at LSU W 6-3 Berea W 8-0 Athens TC W 5-2 Clemson W 7-2 Florida L 6-3 Harvard W 15-3 Harvard W 7-5 Alabama W 9-0 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. & 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 & Arizona 12, Georgia 11, Cal & Houston 10, Princeton, BYU & Texas 9, Michigan & Tulane 8

1970 (23-1)

at Florida State Minnesota Bowling Green Dartmouth Ohio Illinois Harvard Columbia Presbyterian Florida State Vanderbilt Auburn at Georgia Tech Clemson Alabama Florida Georgia Tech Miss. St. LSU Columbus, Col. Athens TC

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

L

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

S. Carolina* W 9-0 Tennessee* W 5-4 S. Illinois* W 7-2 *Tennessee Classic in Knoxville; SECs (Starkville, Miss.): Tennessee 22, Georgia 21, Miss. St. 18, Florida 17, LSU & Ky. 11, Vandy 7, Alabama 3, Ole Miss & Auburn 1; NCAAs (Salt Lake City, Utah): Georgia, 6 points (18th place).

1971 (25-1)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Athens TC W 9-0 E. Kentucky W 9-0 Kalamazoo W 9-0 Miami W 9-0 Tennessee W 9-0 S. Florida W 9-0 Vanderbilt W 8-0 Presbyterian W 8-1 Columbia W 8-1 Miss. St. (at LSU) W 9-0 at LSU W 9-0 Florida W 7-0 Harvard W 8-1 Harvard W 7-2 Virginia W 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 & Miss. St. 21, Alabama 13, Florida 11, Ky. 7, LSU & Vanderbilt 5, Ole Miss 3, Auburn 1. NCAAs (Athens, Ga.): Won by Trinity, 36 points; Georgia 9th with 11.

1973 (19-1)

Miss. St. LSU N. Carolina Michigan State Presbyterian Kalamazoo at Florida Harvard Harvard Virginia Wake Forest

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, Kentucky. 6, LSU 4, Vanderbilt 3, Ole Miss 2, Auburn 1.

1974 (24-1)

1975 (20-4)

W W W W W W W W

L

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

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), Tennessee 20, Alabama 19, Kentucky 12, LSU 7, Mississippi State 7, Auburn 3, Vanderbilt 0, Ole Miss 0.

SEC CHAMPIONS W W

SEC CHAMPIONS

Virginia W 6-3 Penn State W 9-0 Central Michigan W 9-0 Houston L 6-3 at Vanderbilt W 9-0 at Ole Miss W 9-0 Toledo W 9-0 Southern Illinois W 8-1 at Alabama W 5-4 Pan American W 9-0 Harvard W 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.

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.

1977 (25-5)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Houston W %San Jose State W %Southern Cal %Stanford Penn State W N.C. State 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.) Southern Cal W at LSU W Tennessee W $California %ITCA Team Championships, $NCAAs

1978 (20-7)

%Southern Cal %Princeton %Texas Penn State Furman Duke South Carolina Wake Forest Miami (Ohio) Ohio University SIU-Carbondale Houston at Vanderbilt Harvard Florida at Georgia Tech Clemson

L L L

L

L

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

SEC CHAMPIONS

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

L L L

L

L

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Miami (Fla.) Auburn UT-Chattanooga Georgia Tech at Alabama LSU South Florida at Kentucky at Tennessee Memphis State %ITCA Team Indoors

1979 (28-4)

W W W W W W W W

L L

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Wisconsin W %SMU %Princeton W %Tennessee 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.) at LSU W at Clemson W Hampton Institute W Tulane W Vanderbilt W at South Carolina W at Florida W Georgia Tech W South Alabama W Tennessee W at Auburn W $Pepperdine %ITCA Team Championships, $NCAAs

1980 (23-7)

L L

L

L

%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)

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

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

SEC CHAMPIONS

UAB Penn State East Tennessee State Southern Cal North Carolina Wake Forest

W W W W W W

9-0 9-0 9-0 6-3 7-2 6-3

SIU-Carbondale at LSU at Ole Miss at Mississippi State Princeton Kalamazoo Furman at Clemson Tennessee Kentucky at Georgia Tech Florida State at Miami (Fla.) at Auburn Alabama Vanderbilt Georgia Southern at Florida $Houston $Pepperdine $Stanford $Southern Cal $NCAAs

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

L

L

L

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

Kalamazoo Virginia Tech South Alabama Kentucky at Georgia Tech at Clemson Alabama at Florida South Carolina Florida State Furman Tennessee Vanderbilt at Auburn at Tennessee %ITCA Team Indoors

1984 (32-6)

1982 (28-5)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Wichita State %UCLA %SMU %Pepperdine Furman Florida State Mississippi State Penn State Oklahoma State Miami (Fla.) Wake Forest TCU Arkansas SIU-Carbondale Ole Miss North Carolina at Vanderbilt Kalamazoo Virginia Tech Clemson Georgia Southern Austin Peay LSU Georgia Tech Florida at Tennessee at Kentucky Auburn Tennessee $Michigan $Trinity $UCLA $SMU %ITCA Team Indoors, $NCAAs

1983 (20-7)

%Utah %SMU %Trinity Penn State at Miami (Fla.) Wake Forest North Carolina N.C. State (Default) Virginia at LSU at Ole Miss at Mississippi State

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

W W W W W W W

L

L L

L

L

L L L

L

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 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

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

L L

L

%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

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

1986 (16-8)

^at Michigan State W ^Michigan W Miami L Georgia Tech W Wake Forest W Ole Miss W at MSU L at TCU W !Texas A&M W !Southern Cal L !Alabama L !Tennessee L Trinity W Clemson W at Vanderbilt W Mississippi State W LSU W Florida W Princeton W at Tennessee W at Kentucky L Auburn W at Alabama L $Pepperdine L ^Michigan State Invitational, !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

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

1987 (24-3) NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS %Minnesota %LSU %Clemson Vanderbilt Wake Forest

W W

W W

L

5-1 5-4 5-2 7-2 7-2

41


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Murray State W 9-0 at Florida W 7-2 Minnesota W 8-1 !Harvard W 5-1 !Miami (Fla.) W 5-2 !Southern Cal L 5-1 at Georgia Tech W 6-3 ^Harvard W 8-1 ^Miami (Fla.) W 5-4 ^SW Louisiana W 5-4 Kentucky W 6-3 at Clemson L 8-1 Tennessee W 6-3 at LSU W 7-2 Alabama W 5-4 at Ole Miss W 8-1 at Mississippi State W 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

%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

1989 (21-6)

SEC CHAMPIONS

Kansas %Arkansas %California %Stanford N.C. State at Georgia Tech Texas Furman at LSU at Miami (Fla.) Colorado at Florida Virginia Tech Princeton South Carolina at Clemson at Ole Miss at Mississippi State Kentucky Vanderbilt

42

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

W W W W W W W W W W W

W W W W

L

L L

L

L

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

Alabama Tennessee at Auburn $Southern Cal $Cal-Irvine $TCU $Stanford %ITCA Team Indoors, $NCAAs

W W W W W W

L

6-3 7-2 6-3 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-3

Kentucky W 6-1 Tennessee W 5-1 at Mississippi State W 5-1 *Alabama W 5-1 *Florida W 5-1 *Mississippi State W 5-3 Princeton W 7-2 $Miami (Fla.) W 5-3 $UCLA W 5-4 $California W 5-4 $Southern Cal L 5-2 &American Airlines Classic, %USTA/ITCA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1992 (17-5)

1990 (21-5)

&Notre Dame W 6-3 &Northwestern W 5-4 N.C. State W 6-3 at Alabama W 6-3 %Pepperdine W 5-4 %Alabama W 5-3 %California L 5-1 Florida W 6-3 Georgia Tech W 7-2 Miami (Fla.) W 5-4 Ole Miss W 5-4 Virginia Tech W 5-2 at Vanderbilt W 5-1 Mississippi State W 5-4 at South Carolina L 6-3 Furman W 5-2 Clemson W 6-0 at Kentucky W 5-3 at Tennessee L 5-2 LSU W 5-3 Auburn W 5-4 *Mississippi State W 5-3 *LSU W 5-2 *Tennessee L 5-1 $Northwestern W 5-2 $Southern Cal L 5-1 &American Airlines Classic, %USTA/ITCA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1991 (27-3)

&Northwestern &Notre Dame %Harvard %Texas %UCLA N.C. State at Georgia Tech Texas at Auburn Virginia Alabama at Clemson at Florida South Carolina at Miami (Fla.) at LSU West Virginia at Ole Miss Vanderbilt

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

L

L

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

at Vanderbilt W at Arkansas L %Miami (Fla.) W %Stanford L %Mississippi State W Georgia Tech W Mississippi State W Ole Miss W at Alabama W at Tennessee W at Kentucky W Clemson W TCU W Miami (Fla.) W at South Carolina W Florida W LSU L Auburn W *Alabama W *LSU L $Harvard W $Notre Dame L %USTA/ITCA Team Indoors, *SECs,$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

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

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

%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)

SEC CHAMPIONS

1996 (22-4)

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 Arkansas Vanderbilt Georgia Tech %Notre Dame %Southern Cal %Stanford William & Mary Furman Texas South Carolina Clemson Kentucky Tennessee Ole Miss Auburn Florida Alabama North Carolina Mississippi State

W W W W W

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

L

L

LSU *Alabama *LSU *Miss. State L $Kansas W $Miss. State W $Stanford L %USTA/ITA Team Indoors, *SECs, $NCAAs

1994 (17-6)

at Arkansas %Harvard %UCLA %Kentucky

1997 (23-4) W W W W

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

Vanderbilt (73) Clemson (49) at Ga. Tech (47) Tennessee (27) Arkansas (37)

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

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 4-3

SEC CHAMPIONS W W W W W

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


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

1999 (26-5)

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

NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS

Georgia Tech (50) Florida State (55) %Fresno State (22) %Duke (10) %Washington (18) Furman Georgia State (74) Alabama (21) William & Mary (63) Clemson (26) at Florida (t17) Arkansas (40) South Carolina (11) Vanderbilt (46) at Mississippi (13) at Miss. State (18) at Texas (6) at LSU (28) Kentucky (13) Tennessee (12) Miami (44) at Auburn (63) *Kentucky (18) *Alabama (20) *LSU (13) #Georgia State (58) #Washington (24)

W W W

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

L

L

L L

L

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

2001 (28-1)

L

L L L

L L

L L L

L L

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

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)

Clemson (56) Lander (21-DII) Ohio State (24)

SEC CHAMPIONS W W W

5-2 7-0 5-1

%Brown (53) W 4-1 %Notre Dame (10) W 4-2 %Illinois (6) L 4-1 Furman (67) W 6-1 Charlotte (64) W 6-1 Vanderbilt (27) W 4-3 Kentucky (9) W 4-2 William & Mary (51) W 7-0 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 Ohio State (15) W North Carolina (52) Louisville (61) W Furman W Clemson (26) W Georgia State W at LSU (12) W at Arkansas (25) Georgia Tech (34) W at Mississippi State (29)W at Ole Miss (2) Florida (9) W South Carolina W South Florida (46) W Kentucky (22) W Vanderbilt (20) W Tennessee (16) Alabama (35) W Auburn (43) * vs. Mississippi State W * vs. Florida W * vs. Mississippi W # vs. Tennessee Tech W # vs. Texas (43) W

L

L L

L L

6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 7-0 4-3 7-0 4-3 4-3 4-3 5-2 5-2 4-2 4-0 4-1 4-3 5-2 5-2 4-3 5-2 4-1 4-1 4-3 4-0 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 6-1 Louisville (39) W 6-1 Furman W 6-1 Ohio State (17) W 6-1 Ohio State (15) W 4-2 #Illinois (3) L 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.)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS *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

2007 (32-0)

NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS

William & Mary W Clemson W Georgia State W at Georgia Tech W %Penn W %Pepperdine W %Virginia W %Ohio State W Furman W Tulsa W *Arkansas W *LSU W *at South Carolina W *at Florida W *USC W *Auburn W *at Alabama W *at Kentucky W *at Vanderbilt W *Mississippi State W *Ole Miss W Baylor W *Tennessee W *Mississippi State W *LSU W *Ole Miss W #Fairleigh Dickinson W #Auburn W $Florida W $UCLA W $Virginia W $Illinois W % at USTA/ITA Team Indoors; * SECs; # at NCAA Regionals; $ NCAAs

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

2009 (25-4)

Clemson (61) W 7-0 South Carolina (51) W 5-0 Washington (36) W 4-2 East Tennessee St. (37) W 5-2 William & Mary (61) W 6-1 %Florida State (16) W 4-1 %Southern Cal (6) W 4-1 %Stanford (11) W 4-2 %Virginia (5) L 1-4 Georgia State W 7-0 Georgia Tech (54) W 7-0 Furman (72) W 5-1 at Ole Miss (10) L 4-3 at Mississippi State W 5-2 Florida (8) W 4-3 South Carolina (15) W 4-1 LSU (31) W 5-2 at Arkansas (46) W 7-0 Auburn (27) W 5-2 Alabama (15) W 4-2 at Vanderbilt (52) W 4-3 at Kentucky (14) W 6-1 Tennessee (6) W 5-2 *Auburn W 4-1 *Tennessee (6) L 4-1 $South Carolina State W 4-0 $Virginia Tech (26) W 4-1 $Illinois (13) W 4-3 $Texas (12) L 4-2 %at USTA/ITA Team Indoors (Chicago, Ill.); * at SECs (Auburn, Ala.); $ at NCAAs (Athens/College Station, Texas)

2010 (21-8)

2008 (27-3)

NCAA & SEC CHAMPIONS

Stanford at Tulsa East Tennessee State Georgia State %at Washington %Texas %Ohio State Furman St. Bonaventure *Mississippi State *Ole Miss William & Mary *South Carolina *Florida Georgia Tech *LSU *Arkansas *Alabama *Auburn *Kentucky *Vanderbilt *Tennessee *Vanderbilt

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USC Upstate (72) W %Northwestern (36) W %North Carolina (28) W Georgia Tech (41) W &vs. Ole Miss (11) W &at Virginia (6) &vs. Florida (10) 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 Southern Cal (3) Arkansas (41) W Ohio State (3) at LSU (41) W Mississippi State (47) W Ole Miss (16) W at South Carolina (43) W at Florida (6) at Tennessee (2) *vs. Auburn (37) #UNC Greensboro W #Florida State (29) W $Florida (6) W $Oklahoma (20) W

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$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)

SEC CHAMPIONS

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 St. (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.)

2012 (26-3)

Clemson (66) W 7-0 % TCU (51) W 7-0 % Virginia Tech (34) W 7-0 East Tennessee St. (64) W 6-1 William & Mary W 6-1 Georgia Tech (29) W 7-0 & vs. California (13) W 4-0 & vs. Florida (5) W 4-2 & vs. Southern Cal (1) L 4-1 Furman W 6-1 at South Carolina (22) W 6-1 at Florida (10) W 4-3 Mississippi State (12) W 4-3 Ole Miss (16) W 4-3 Ohio State (2) W 4-3 Arkansas (32) W 7-0 at LSU (26) W 4-3 Kentucky (9) L 4-3 Vanderbilt (38) W 7-0 at Alabama W 5-2 at Auburn (16) W 6-1 at Tennessee (15) W 7-0 * vs. Auburn (17) W 4-0 * at Mississippi State (9)W 4-3 * vs. Kentucky (6) W 4-1 # vs. South Carolina St. W 4-0 # vs. Florida State W 4-1 $ vs. North Carolina (15)W 4-0 $ vs. Pepperdine (7) L 4-3 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National

Indoor Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.); *SEC Tournament (Starkville, Miss.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.)

2013 (26-5)

SEC CHAMPIONS

2014 (18-8)

SEC CHAMPIONS

2015 (24-5)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%Vanderbilt (39) W 4-3 %VCU (32) W 5-1 Clemson (55) W 6-0 at Ohio State (4) L 5-2 at Georgia Tech (65) W 5-2 & vs. Ole Miss (12) W 4-0 & vs. UCLA (3) L 4-1 & vs. Kentucky (7) L 4-2 Furman W 6-1 East Tennessee State W 5-2 Tennessee (8) W 4-1 William & Mary W 7-0 at Ole Miss (9) L 4-3 at Mississippi State (11)W 4-1 Florida (35) W 4-0 South Carolina (32) W 5-2 at Vanderbilt (13) W 4-2 at Kentucky (4) W 4-2 Texas A&M (12) W 4-1 at LSU (32) W 4-0 at Arkansas (53) W 4-1 Auburn (18) W 4-0 Alabama (33) W 5-2 * vs. Kentucky (11) W 4-3 * vs. Texas A&M (12) W 4-3 * vs. Tennessee (7) W 4-0 # Binghamton W 4-0 # Northwestern (36) W 4-0 $ vs. Oklahoma (14) W 4-1 $ vs. Pepperdine (12) W 4-2 $ vs. Virginia (3) L 4-1 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Seattle, Wash.); *SEC Tournament (Oxford, Miss.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Champaign, Ill.) %Columbia (43) W 4-2 %Stanford (40) W 4-1 at Southern California (4) L 4-0 vs. UCLA (2) L 4-3 ETSU (67) W 7-0 &vs. Texas (10) L 4-3 &vs. Florida (12) L 4-2 &vs. Mississippi State (9) L 4-3 Georgia Tech (46) W 4-0 at Tennessee (11) W 4-0 Mississippi State (17) W 4-1 Ole Miss W 4-0 Ohio State (1) W 4-3 at South Carolina (48) W 4-1 at Florida (17) W 4-3 Kentucky (14) W 4-1 Vanderbilt (33) W 4-0 at Texas A&M (12) L 4-1 Arkansas (59) W 4-0 LSU (54) W 4-0 at Alabama (33) W 4-0 at Auburn (29) W 4-0 *at Vanderbilt (23) L 4-2 #Jacksonville State W 4-0 # NC State (26) W 4-1 $ North Carolina (7) L 4-2 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Houston, Texas); *SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.) %Michigan State (62) W %Utah (60) W UCLA (4) W Southern California (1) at Georgia Tech (75) W & vs. Columbia (15) W & vs. Illinois (5) W & vs. Southern California (1) Furman W at Florida (17) W at Auburn (28) W Texas A&M (10) W LSU (28) W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR Results at Tennessee (55) W 4-0 at Kentucky W 4-2 East Tennessee State W 9-0 South Carolina (47) W 4-0 Vanderbilt (17) W 4-1 at Mississippi State (26) L 4-2 at Alabama (71) W 4-1 Arkansas (71) W 4-0 Ole Miss (14) W 4-0 * vs. Tennessee (42) W 4-0 * vs. Ole Miss (13) W 4-1 * at Texas A&M (6) L 4-2 # Winthrop W 4-0 # Florida State (27) W 4-0 $ vs. Texas (9) W 4-1 $ vs. Oklahoma (1) L 4-2 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Chicago, Ill.); *SEC Tournament (College Station, Texas); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Waco, Texas)

2016 (24-5)

SEC CHAMPIONS

%UC Santa Barbara (48) W 4-1 %Memphis (44) W 4-1 ~at UCLA (12) L 6-1 ~Southern California (8) Cancelled Georgia Tech (44) W 6-1 & vs. UCLA (4) L 4-3 & vs. Columbia (16) W 4-3 & vs. Texas Tech (10) L 4-2 East Tennessee State W 6-1 Mississippi State (50) W 5-2 Alabama (49) W 6-1 at Vanderbilt (56) W 5-2 at South Carolina (62) W 7-2 Ohio State (4) W 4-2 Tennessee W 5-2 Kentucky (18) W 6-1 at Texas A&M (10) W 4-1 at LSU (44) W 4-3 Florida (14) W 5-2 Auburn (59) W 4-0 at Arkansas (12) W 5-2 at Ole Miss (32) W 4-0 * vs. Ole Miss (29) W 4-0 * vs. Mississippi State (25) W 4-1 * vs. Florida (11) L 4-2 # South Carolina State W 4-0 # Baylor (35) W 4-1 $ vs. Southern California (10) W 4-3 $ vs. North Carolina (2) W 4-0 $ vs. Oklahoma (11) L 4-3 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); ~SEC/Pac-12 Challenge (Westwood, Calif.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.); *SEC Tournament (Columbia, S.C.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)

2017 (22-8)

SEC CHAMPIONS

at Georgia Tech %Purdue (44) %Washington ~UCLA (6) ~USC (8) at Ohio State (3) & North Carolina (5) & Baylor (13) & Utah State at Vanderbilt (30) at Kentucky (15) Ole Miss (37) Wake Forest (1) at Tennessee LSU Alabama at Mississippi St. (17)

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at Auburn (48) W 4-0 Florida (14) W 6-1 South Carolina (20) W 4-3 at Texas A&M (10) L 2-5 * Arkansas (39) W 4-1 * Florida (14) W 4-3 * Mississippi State (18) W 4-3 # Florida A&M W 4-0 # South Florida (22) W 4-1 # Baylor (35) W 4-1 $ vs. Southern California (4) W 4-3 $ vs. UCLA (5) W 3-2 $ vs. North Carolina (9) L 3-4 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); ~SEC/Pac-12 Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.); *SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn..); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.)

2018 (13-11)

% Iowa W % Memphis (36) W ~ vs. FAU W ~ vs. Georgia Tech W & vs. Columbia (14) W & vs. Stanford (5) & vs. Southern California (8) Mercer W at Florida (18) at South Carolina (29) Ohio State (2) W Texas A&M (5) at Ole Miss (31) W at Arkansas (49) Ole Miss (37) W at LSU W Tennessee (25) Mississippi State (12)

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Auburn W at Alabama L Vanderbilt (22) W Kentucky (18) W * vs. Arkansas (47) W * vs. Texas A&M (5) L $ vs. Minnesota (37) L %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Athens, Ga.); ~SEC/Pac-12 Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Seattle, Wash.); *SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); #NCAA Regional (Athens, Ga.); $NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.)

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

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2019 (14-11)

%Baylor (11) L 4-2 %North Carolina State L 4-3 Georgia Tech W 4-0 at Ohio State (2) L 4-0 Presbyterian College W 7-0 FAU (45) W 5-2 Mercer W 6-1 at Tennessee (15) W 4-2 Texas (3) L 4-2 at Texas A&M (28) L 4-3 LSU (24) W 5-2 Florida (8) L 5-2 South Carolina (24) W 5-2 at Ole Miss (33) L 4-3 at Mississippi State (8) L 4-3 Alabama (20) W 4-1 Auburn W 4-1 Kennesaw State W 6-0 Arkansas (44) W 6-1 at Kentucky (43) L 5-2 at Vanderbilt (30) W 4-1 * vs. Arkansas (48) W 4-0 * vs. Tennessee (13) L 4-0 # vs. Elon W 4-0 # at North Carolina (10) L 4-1 %ITA Kickoff Weekend (Ann Arbor, Mich.); ~SEC/Pac12 Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.); &ITA National Indoor Tournament (Seattle, Wash.); *SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); #NCAA First/Second Rounds (Chapel Hill, N.C..) *The Southeastern Conference split into Eastern and Western divisions for tennis in 2002. The SEC Championship was based on points from 1953-1999.

Year-by-Year Records and Final Rankings Year Record SEC Finish NCAA Finish 1955 10-11 7th n/a 1956 11-10 6th n/a 1957 18-11-1 4th n/a 1958 17-7 4th n/a 1959 16-8 3rd n/a 1960 7-11-1 5th n/a 1961 14-6-1 2nd n/a 1962 13-5 2nd n/a 1963 16-9 2nd n/a 1964 17-3 T3rd n/a 1965 19-2 3rd n/a 1966 19-3 4th n/a 1967 18-6 4th n/a 1968 15-5 3rd n/a 1969 18-1 2nd n/a 1970 23-1 2nd n/a 1971 25-1 1st n/a 1972 28-1 1st n/a 1973 19-1 1st n/a 1974 24-1 1st n/a 1975 20-4 T1st n/a 1976 26-1 5th n/a 1977 25-5 1st Round of 16 1978 20-7 1st n/a 1979 28-4 1st Round of 16 1980 23-7 2nd Round of 16 1981 25-3 1st Semifinals 1982 28-5 1st Semifinals 1983 20-7 4th n/a 1984 32-6 2nd Semifinals 1985 36-1 T1st Champion 1986 16-8 2nd Round of 16 1987 24-3 1st Champion 1988 17-7 1st Quarterfinals 1989 21-6 1st Finals 1990 21-5 2nd Quarterfinals 1991 27-3 1st Finals 1992 17-5 3rd Quarterfinals 1993 25-4 T1st Finals 1994 17-6 T2nd Quarterfinals 1995 26-2 1st Semifinals 1996 22-4 T1st Semifinals 1997 23-4 T1st Finals 1998 26-4 2nd Finals 1999 26-5 T1st Champion 2000 17-11 5th Round of 32 2001 28-1 1st Champion 2002 28-4 1st overall Finals 2003 8-16 5th East Round of 64 2004 20-6 T2nd East Round of 16 2005 20-7 2nd East Quarterfinals 2006 30-1 1st overall Finals 2007 32-0 1st overall Champion 2008 27-3 1st overall Champion 2009 25-4 1st East Quarterfinals 2010 21-8 3rd East Semifinals 2011 24-6 T1st overall Semifinals 2012 26-3 2nd East Quarterfinals 2013 26-5 1st overall Semifinals 2014 18-8 1st overall Round of 16 2015 24-5 T1st overall Quarterfinals 2016 24-5 1st overall Semifinals 2017 22-8 1st overall Semifinals 2018 13-11 8th Round of 64 2019 14-11 5th Round of 32

Ranking n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 18 10 9 17 19 20 16 12 12 10 15 3 4 n/a 4 1 13 1 8 3 5 2 4 2 5 2 5 2 3 1 18 1 2 23 6 7 2 1 1 6 11 5 5 3 9 8 7 7 19 17

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NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1977 1st Round: California 6, Georgia 3 1979 1st Round: Pepperdine 5, Georgia 4 1980 1st Round: Pepperdine 5, Georgia 3 1981 1st Round: Georgia 7, Houston 2 Quarterfinals: Georgia 7, Pepperdine 2 Semifinals: Stanford 7, Georgia 2 3/4 Playoff: Georgia 6, USC 3 1982 1st Round: Georgia 6, Michigan 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, Trinity 2 Semifinals: UCLA 5, Georgia 4 3/4 Playoff: SMU 5, Georgia 2 1984 1st Round: Georgia 5, Arkansas 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, USC 4 Semifinals: Stanford 5, Georgia 3 3/4 Playoff: Pepperdine 5, Georgia 2 1985 1st Round: Georgia 6, Harvard 2 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, Stanford 3 Semifinals: Georgia 5, USC 3 Final: Georgia 5, UCLA 1 1986 1st Round: Pepperdine 7, Georgia 2 1987 1st Round: Georgia 5, Clemson 2 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, Pepperdine 3 Semifinals: Georgia 5, USC 3 Final: Georgia 5, UCLA 1 1988 1st Round: Georgia 5, UCLA 4 Quarterfinals: LSU 5, Georgia 3 1989 1st Round: Georgia 5, USC 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, UC Irvine 1 Semifinals: Georgia 5, TCU 1 Final: Stanford 5, Georgia 3 1990 1st Round: Georgia 5, Northwestern 1 Quarterfinals: USC 5, Georgia 1 1991 1st Round: Georgia 5, Miami 3 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, UCLA 4 Semifinals: Georgia 5, California 4 Final: USC 5, Georgia 2 1992 1st Round: Georgia 5, Harvard 2 Quarterfinals: Notre Dame 5, Georgia 4 1993 1st Round: Georgia 5, Florida 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 5, Duke 4 Semifinals: Georgia 5, UCLA 4 Final: USC 5, Georgia 3 1994 1st Round: Georgia 4, Notre Dame 3 Quarterfinals: Miss. State 4, Georgia 2 1995 1st Round: Georgia 4, Arizona State 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, TCU 1 Semifinals: Ole Miss 4, Georgia 3

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1996 1st Round: Georgia 4, Kansas 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Miss. State 0 Semifinals: Stanford 4, Georgia 3 1997 1st Round: Georgia 4, Fresno State 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Miss State 2 Semifinals: Georgia 4, UCLA 2 Final: Stanford 4, Georgia 0 1998 1st Round: Georgia 4, Harvard 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Pepperdine 2 Semifinals: Georgia 4, LSU 1 Final: Stanford 4, Georgia 0 1999 1st Round: Georgia 4, Georgia State 2 2nd: Georgia 4, Washington 3 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Texas 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Baylor 3 Semifinals: Georgia 4, Ole Miss 1 Final: Georgia 4, UCLA 3 2000 1st Round:Georgia 4, UALR 1 2nd Round: SMU 4, Georgia 3 2001 1st Round: Georgia 4, Furman 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Georgia Tech 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, California 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Duke 3 Semifinals: Georgia 4, SMU 0 Final: Georgia 4, Tennessee 1 2002 1st Round: Georgia 4, Charleston So. 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, South Carolina 2 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Texas A&M 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Pepperdine 1 Semifinals: Georgia 4, UCLA 2 Final: USC 4, Georgia 1 2003 1st Round: South Florida 4, Georgia 1 2004 1st Round: Georgia 4, Tenn. Tech 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Texas 2 Round of 16: Vanderbilt 4, Georgia 3 2005 1st Round: Georgia 4, Winthrop 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Clemson 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, LSU 0 Quarterfinals: Ole Miss 4, Georgia 2 2006 1st Round: Georgia 4, Furman 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Georgia Tech 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Notre Dame 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Virginia 0 Semifinals: Georgia 4, Baylor 3 Final: Pepperdine 4, Georgia 2 2007 1st Round: Georgia 4, Farleigh Dickson 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Auburn 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Florida 0 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, UCLA 0 Semifinals: Georgia 4, Virginia 2 Final: Georgia 4, Illinois 0 2008 1st Round: Georgia 4, Radford 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Auburn 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Pepperdine 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Ole Miss Semifinals: Georgia 4, Virginia 3 Final: Georgia 4, Texas 2

Year 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 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 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Final Site Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Indian Wells, Calif. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. South Bend, Ind. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Los Angeles, Calif. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. College Station, Texas Athens, Ga. Tulsa, Okla. College Station, Texas Palo Alto, Calif. Athens, Ga. Tulsa, Okla. College Station, Texas Athens, Ga. Palo Alto, Calif. Athens, Ga. Champaign, Ill. Athens, Ga. Waco, Texas Tulsa, Okla. Athens, Ga. Norman, Okla. Chapel Hill, N.C.

Round Reached (Opponent) First Round (California) First Round (Pepperdine) First Round (Pepperdine) Semifinals (Stanford*) Semifinals (UCLA*) Semifinals (Stanford) Champion (UCLA) First Round (Pepperdine) Champion (UCLA) Quarterfinals (LSU) Finals (Stanford*) Quarterfinals (USC) Finals (USC*) Quarterfinals (Notre Dame) Finals (USC*) Quarterfinals (Mississippi State) Semifinals (Ole Miss) Semifinals (Stanford*) Finals (Stanford*) Finals (Stanford*) Champion (UCLA) Second Round (SMU) Champion (Tennessee) Finals (USC*) First Round (South Florida) Round of 16 (Vanderbilt) Quarterfinals (Ole Miss) Finals (Pepperdine*) Champion (Illinois) Champion (Texas) Semifinals (Texas) Semifinals (Tennessee) Semifinals (USC*) Quarterfinals (Pepperdine) Semifinals (Virginia*) Round of 16 (North Carolina) Quarterfinals (Oklahoma) Semifinals (Oklahoma) Semifinals (UNC) First Round (Minnesota) First & Second Rounds (UNC)

*Eventual champion

2009 1st Round: Georgia 4, South Carolina St. 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Virginia Tech 1 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Illinois 3 Quarterfinals: Texas 4, Georgia 2 2010 1st Round: Georgia 4, UNC Greensboro 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Florida State 3 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Florida 2 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Oklahoma 0 Semifinals: Tennessee 4, Georgia 1 2011 1st Round: Georgia 4, Samford 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Auburn 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Duke 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Tennessee 3 Semifinals: USC 4, Georgia 0 2012 1st Round: Georgia 4, South Carolina St. 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Florida State 1 Round of 16: Georgia 4, North Carolina 1 Quarterfinals: Pepperdine 4, Georgia 3 2013 1st Round: Georgia 4, Binghamton 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Northwestern 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Oklahoma 1 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, Pepperdine 2 Semifinals: Virginia 4, Georgia 1

2014 1st Round: Georgia 4, Jacksonville St. 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, NC State 1 Round of 16: North Carolina 4, Georgia 2 2015 1st Round: Georgia 4, Winthrop 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Florida State 0 Round of 16: Georgia 4, Texas 1 Quarterfinals: Oklahoma 4, Georgia 2 2016 1st Round: Georgia 4, South Carolina St. 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, Baylor 1 Round of 16: Georgia 4, USC 3 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, North Carolina 3 Semifinals: Oklahoma 4, Georgia 3 2017 1st Round: Georgia 4, Florida A&M 0 2nd Round: Georgia 4, South Florida 1 Round of 16: Georgia 4, USC 3 Quarterfinals: Georgia 4, UCLA 2 Semifinals: Georgia 3, North Carolina 4 2018 1st Round: Minnesota 4, Georgia 3 2019 1st Round: Georgia 4, Elon 0 2nd Round: North Carolina 4, Georgia 1 Appearances: 41 • Record: 110-37 13 Finals appearances


SIX NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985

The 1985 Georgia squad, led by seniors in the top four positions, was 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 AllAmerican, was No. 3. The rest of the lineup consisted of Deane Frey at No. 4 singles, 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 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

1987

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

The 1999 Bulldogs entered the newly formatted 64-team tournament as the No. 10 seed. Through the course of the regional and 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 in singles play, junior Joey Pitts swung the balance for the Bulldogs in a threesetter at the No. 4 position.

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

The 2001 Bulldogs etched their name in the annals of Georgia tennis history and also the NCAA record books as just the second program to win the title, fail to reach the Round of 16 the following year and then claim another NCAA crown in a span of three years. 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, but lost the first set in three singles matches. However, with Georgia leading 3-1, Chad Carlson topped Adam Carey 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to clinch the match for the Bulldogs.

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

1999 2001 2007 2008

Doubles not played, match clinched.

Doubles not played, match clinched.

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), DNF

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

The 2007 Bulldogs completed their dream season by winning the program’s fifth NCAA title on their home court. The 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. Georgia was so dominant that for the first time in team history, the Bulldogs never allowed an opponent more than two points in a match. Even then, the opposition gained two points only twice, and Georgia registered a total of 22 shutouts.

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

The 2008 Bulldogs became the first squad to win back-to-back NCAA Championship titles since Stanford in 1997-98. Georgia officially captured the title by defeating Texas in the finals, 4-2. However, arguably the victory most indicative of the Bulldogs’ talent came in the semifinal round as Georgia topped undefeated, No. 1-ranked and heavily-favored Virginia, 4-3. On 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 No. 1 - Helgeson (UGA) d. Kurtovsky (UT) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 No. 2 - Schnugg (UGA) d. Damico (UT) 6-4, 6-2 No. 3 - Flores (UGA) d. Corrie (UT) 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 No. 4 - Hunt (UGA) d. Barriga (UT) 6-1, 6-4 No. 5 - Garrapiz (UGA) vs. Mihailovic (UT) 4-6, 6-2, 2-1, DNF No. 6 - Varela (UT) d. Vitulli (UGA) 6-4, 6-3

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

No. 1 - Hunt/Schnugg (UGA) vs. Corrie/Damico (UT) 8-7, DNF No. 2 - Barriga/Varela (UT) d. Flores/Garrapiz (UGA) 8-6 No. 3 - Kurtovsky/Zavala (UT) def. Helgeson/Vitulli (UGA) 8-3

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NCAA SINGLES RESULTS 1977 Charlie Ellis 1st Rd.: Bye 2nd Rd.: def. Randy Crawford (TCU) 2-6, 7-6(5-3), 7-6(5-4) Rd. of 16: def. Andy Lucchesi (USC) 6-3, 6-4 QF: lost [12] Tony Graham (UCLA) 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 1978 Wes Cash 1st Rd.: def. Matt Doyle (Yale) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 2nd Rd.: lost [13] Leo Palin (Pepperdine) 6-2, 6-3 1979 Wes Cash 1st Rd.: lost [15] Juan Farrow (SIU Edwardsville) 6-1, 6-3 Bill Rogers 1st Rd.: lost [5] Jay Lapidus (Princeton) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 1980 Peter Lloyd 1st Rd.: lost [2] Scott McCain 6-2, 6-3 1981 John Mangan 1st Rd.: lost Andy Gordon (Arizona) 6-3, 7-5 Bill Rogers 1st Rd.: lost Danny Saltz (UCLA) 6-1, 6-1 1982 Tom Foster 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Chiam Arolsorov (Duke) 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 John Mangan 1st Rd. lost Eric van’t Hof (SMU) 6-3, 7-6(4) Allen Miller 1st Rd.: def. [9-16] Jean Desdunes (Clemson) 6-2, 6-2 2nd Rd.: lost Jeff Turpin (SMU) 6-1, 6-3 1983 Joe Heldman 1st Rd.: def. Ric Rudeen (Clemson) 6-1, 6-2 2nd Rd.: lost Todd Witsken (USC) 7-6(3), 6-4 1983 Allen Miller 1st Rd.: def. Christian Schultes (Utah) 7-6(3), 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. [9] Mark Flur (Duke) 6-0, 6-1 Rd. of 16: lost Fredrik Pahlett (Minnesota) 6-3, 6-2 1984 Allen Miller 1st Rd.: lost Fredrik Pahlett (Minnesota) 6-4, 6-4 Mikael Pernfors [4] (Champion) 1st Rd.: def. Mark Styslinger (SMU) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. Jon Treml (NE Louisiana) 6-4, 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Jeff Klaparda (UCLA) 5-7, 7-6(2), 6-2 QF: def. [9-16] Todd Witsken (USC) 7-6(4), 6-1 SF: def. [2] Jonny Levine (Texas) 1-6, 7-6(2), 6-2 F: def. [3] Lawson Duncan (Clem.) 6-1, 6-4 1985 George Bezecny [7] 1st Rd.: def. Jeff Hersh (Duke) 6-0, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Tom Mercer (TCU) 6-2, 1-0, ret. Rd. of 16: def. Jeff Chambers (UNC) 6-1, 6-2 QF: def. [2] Dan Goldie (Stanford) 5-7, 7-6(7), 6-0 SF: def. [4] Todd Witsken (USC) 6-4, 6-4 F: lost [1] Mikael Pernfors (Georgia) 6-2, 6-3 Mikael Pernfors [1] (Champion) 1st Rd.: def. Chuck Merzbacher (Minnesota) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Carlos DiLaura (Pepperdine), default Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Steve DeVries (California) 6-2, 6-2 QF: def. [6] Grant Connell (Texas A&M) 6-4, 6-0 SF: def. [3] Jim Grabb (Stanford) 7-5, 6-4 F: def. [7] George Bezecny (Georgia) 6-2, 6-3

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1986 Trey Carter 1st Rd.: lost [4] Kelly Jones (Pepperdine) 7-6(6) 5-7, 6-3 Philip Johnson 1st Rd.: def. Jan Sandberg (South Carolina) 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost [5] Brad Pearce (UCLA) 6-1, 7-6(4) 1987 John Boytim 1st Rd.: lost Bret Garnett (SW Louisiana) 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 Stephen Enochs 1st Rd.: lost Ken Diller (South Carolina) 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 Philip Johnson [3] 1st Rd.: def. Johan Karlen (South Carolina) 6-3, 6-1 2nd Rd.: lost Brett Greenwood (UCLA) 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 1988 Stephen Enochs 1st Rd.: def. Joby Foley (West Virginia) 6-1, 6-7(4), 6-4 2nd Rd.: lost [3] Andrew Sznajder (Pepperdine) 6-2, 6-2 Chris Garner 1st Rd.: def. Hakan Svensson (SW Missouri St) 7-6(3), 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. [9-16] Kenny Thorne (Ga. Tech) 7-5, 1-6, 6-1 Rd. of 16: lost Byron Talbot (Tennessee) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 Al Parker 1st Rd.: def. Craig Johnson (Pepperdine) 1-6, 7-5, 7-6(4) 2nd Rd.: def. Mark Greenan (Wake Forest) 7-5, 3-6, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Greg Failla (Cal St-Long B) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 QF: def. Mark Kaplan (UC Irvine) 6-4, 6-3 SF: lost [1] Robbie Weiss (Pepperdine) 6-3, 6-2 1989 Stephen Enochs [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. David DiLucia (Notre Dame) 6-4, 6-1 2nd Rd.: def. Jeff Gross (Kansas) 7-6(4), 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. Dan Goldberg (Michigan) 7-6(9) 6-3 QF: def. [9-16] Travor Kroneman (UC Irvine) 6-4, 6-1 SF: lost Steven Jung (Nebraska) 6-3, 6-2 Francisco Montana 1st Rd.: def. [1] MaliVai Washington (Michigan) 6-4, 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. Vince Van Gelderen (Clemson) 6-4, 6-7(4) 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. Brian Garrow (UCLA) 7-6(5), 7-6(1) QF: def. Kip Brady (Cal-Santa Barbara) 2-6, 6-0, 6-3 SF: lost [9-16] Donni Leaycraft (LSU) 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 Al Parker [7] 1st Rd.: def. Jason Netter (UCLA) 6-2, 6-0 2nd Rd. def. Mark Jeffrey (Miss. State) 6-4, 6-1 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] John Sullivan (Clemson) 6-7(1), 7-5, 6-1 QF: lost [9-16] Donni Leaycraft (LSU) 7-5, 6-1 1990 Al Parker [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. David Decret (UC-Santa Barbara) 6-2, 6-4 2nd Rd.: lost Jason Netter (UCLA) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 1991 Patricio Arnold [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Ricardo Herrero (San Diego St.) 6-4, 7-6(5) 2nd Rd.: def. Ellis Ferreira (Alabama) 6-2, 6-1 Rd. of 16: def. [1] Conny Falk (Miami) 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 QF: def. [8] Byron Black (USC) 6-2, 6-3 SF: def. [3] Alex O’Brien (Stanford) 6-2, 7-5 F: lost Jared Palmer (Stanford) 6-2, 6-0 Ivan Baron 1st Rd.: def. Hubert Karrasch (Texas) 6-0, 6-0 2nd Rd.: def. Fabio Silverberg (Tennessee) 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 Rd. of 16: lost Jared Palmer (Stanford) 6-0, 6-3 Al Parker [2] 1st Rd.: def. Dave Lomicky (Arizona State) 6-2, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost Albert Chang (Harvard) 7-6(1), 6-2

1992 Wade McGuire [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. Luis Ruette (TCU) 6-2, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Michael Flanagan (Stanford) 7-6(4), 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. Michael Tebbutt (N. Arizona) 6-1, 6-4 QF: def. Tamer El Sawy (LSU) 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 SF: def. Howard Joffe (Pepperdine) 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 F: lost [3] Alex O’Brien (Stanford) 6-3, 6-2 Bobby Mariencheck 1st. Rd.: def. Mike Zimmerman (Harvard) 6-1, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost David Ekerot (USC) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 Mike Sell 1st. Rd.: def. Mark Knowles (UCLA) 6-4, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Jon Leach (USC) 6-0, 6-0 Rd. of 16: lost Howard Joffe (Pepperdine) 7-5, 6-2 1993 Wade McGuire [4] 1st Rd.: def. Chet Crile (Washington) 6-1, 6-1 2nd Rd.: def. Michael Kirsten (UAB) 6-2, 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Mark Merklein (Florida) 6-3,6-4 QF: def. [9-16] David Ekerot (USC) 6-4, 6-1 SF: def. Davide Sanjuinetti (UCLA) 6-3, 5-7, 7-6(5) F: lost [1] Chris Woodruff (Tenn.) 6-3, 6-1 Mike Sell [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Steve Flanigan (West Va.) 6-7(11), 6-2, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Ernesto Diaz (Boise State) 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-2 Rd. of 16: lost [1] Chris Woodruff (Tennessee) 6-2, 7-5 1994 Jamie Laschinger 1st Rd.: def. [9-16] Roger Pettersson (UNLV) 7-6(5), 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Pedro Braga (LSU) 7-6(5), 5-7, 7-6(11) Rd. of 16: lost [1] Wayne Black (USC) 6-1, 6-2 Bobby Mariencheck 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Jon Leach (USC) 6-4, 6-2 Mike Sell 1st Rd.: def. Dan Coakley (Dartmouth) 7-6(1), 6-1 2nd Rd.: def. [9-16] Charles Auffray (Pepperdine) 6-1, 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. [5-8] Chris Pressley (Duke) 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 QF: lost [2] Marcus Hilpert (Arkansas) 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 1995 Steven Baldas [9-16] 1st Rd.: lost Mike Sprouse (Notre Dame) 7-6(8), 5-7, 6-4 Eddie Jacques 1st Rd.: def. Chris Numbers (San Diego St.) 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 2nd Rd.: lost [9-16] Michael Hill (California) 6-4, 6-4 Mike Sell [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Casey Louis (California) 6-3, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Alex Decret (UC-Santa Barbara) 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost [8] David Caldwell (N. Carolina) 6-2, 6-7(5), 6-2 1996 Steven Baldas 1st Rd.: lost Todd Meringoff (Harvard) 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 John Roddick 1st Rd.: def. Eric Taino (UCLA) 6-2, 7-6(2) 2nd Rd.: def. Jim Thomas (Stanford) 6-4, 6-1 Rd. of 16: lost Adam Peterson (USC) 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(4) 1997 John Roddick [8] 1st Rd.: lost Ignacio Hirigoyen (SMU) 7-6(4), 6-3 1998 Steven Baldas 1st Rd.: def. Asaf Tishler (UNLV) 6-3, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost [5] Thomas Dupre [5] (Miss. State) 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 Hisham Hemeda 1st Rd.: def. Aaron Marchetti (Virginia Tech) 6-2, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. [3] Michal Chmela (LSU) 6-4, 6-1


NCAA SINGLES RESULTS Rd. of 16: lost George Bastl (USC) 6-0, 6-2 John Roddick 1st Rd.: def. Adam Neal (Oklahoma) 6-3, 6-4 2nd Rd.: def. [2] Sebastien DeChaunac (Miss. St.) 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Ryan Wolters (Stanford) 6-4, 6-4 QF: def. [7] Robert Samuelsson (Tulane) 2-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(10) SF: lost [6] Bob Bryan (Stanford) 6-3 6-4 1999 Hisham Hemeda [8] 1st Rd.: def. Luis Uribe (Kansas) 6-3, 6-3 2nd Rd: def. Shuon Madden (Texas A&M) 6-4, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost Brandon Hawk (Texas) 4-6, 7-5, 7-6(5) Chad Carlson 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Ignacio Hirigoyen (SMU) 6-3, 6-1 2000 Matias Boeker [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Dusty Beard (Oklahoma) 6-3, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost Guillermo Carter (Oregon) 7-6(5), 6-3 Adam Seri 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Cary Franklin (Illinois) 6-4, 6-2 2001 Matias Boeker [3] (champion) 1st Rd.: def. David Martin (Stanford) 6-1, 6-4 2nd Rd.: def. Jamie Gresh (Penn State) 6-2, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Jean-Julien Rojer (UCLA) 6-1, 6-4 QF: def. Steve Berke (Yale) 6-3, 6-4 SF: def. [7] Guilaume Legat (S. Carolina) 6-2, 6-2 F: def. Brian Vahaley (Virginia) 6-2, 6-2 Chad Carlson 1st Rd.: lost Phil Metz (Ohio State) 6-2, 4-1, ret. Lesley Joseph 1st Rd.: def. [9-16] Andrew Park (USC) 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 2nd Rd.: lost Andres Pedroso (Duke) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2

2006 Luis Flores [9-16] 1st Rd.: lost Ryler DeHeart (Illinois) 6-1, 7-5 John Isner [2] 1st Rd.: def. D.J. Geatz (Minnesota) 7-5, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost Roger Matalonga (Arizona) 7-6, 6-4 2007 John Isner [1] 1st Rd.: def. Andy Juc (Furman) 6-2, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Bassam Beidas (Pepperdine) 6-4, 7-5 Rd. of 16: def. Ken Skupski (LSU) 7-6(8), 7-5 QF: def. [5] Steven Moneke (Ohio State) 6-3, 6-2 SF: def. Alex Slovic (Washington) 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-4 F: lost [2] Somdev Dewarman (Virginia) 7-6(4), 4-6, 7-6(2) Luis Flores [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Haythem Abid (UCLA) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 2nd Rd.: def. Harel Srugo (Old Dominion) 6-2, 6-3 Rd. of 16: lost [3] Jesse Levine (Florida) 6-1, 6-3 Travis Helgeson [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Henrique Cancado (Old Dominion) 6-4, 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. Peirre Mouillon (California) 6-3, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost [2] Somdev Dewarman (Virginia) 6-1, 6-2 Matic Omerzel 1st Rd.: lost Matko Maravic (Michigan) 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 2008 Travis Helgeson 1st Rd.: def. Moritz Baumann (Wisconsin) 6-4, 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. Kaden Hensel (Tennessee) 6-2, 6-7(5), 7-5 Rd. of 16: lost Bassam Beidas (Pepperdine) 6-1, 6-4 Luis Flores 1st Rd.: lost Oleksandr Nedovyesov (Okla. State) 6-2, 6-2 Jamie Hunt 1st Rd.: lost Ryan Rowe (Illinois) 4-6, 6-2, 7-5

2002 Matias Boeker [1] (champion) 1st Rd.: def. Steve Berke (Yale) 6-2, 6-3 2nd Rd.: def. David Loewenthal (Wake Forest) 2-6, 6-4, 6-0 Rd. of 16: def. Thomas Schneiter (UNLV) 6-2, 6-1 QF: def. Nick Rainey (USC) 7-5, 6-2 SF: def. David Martin (Stanford) 6-4, 6-4 F: def. [4] Jesse Witten (UK) 6-2, 6-2

Nate Schnugg 1st Rd.: lost Ruben Gonzales (Illinois) 6-3, 7-6(3)

Brandon Wagner 1st Rd.: def. Roger Anderson (Georgia Tech) 6-4, 6-1 2nd Rd.: def. [9-16] Bobby Reynolds (Vanderbilt) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. Ryan Newport (Texas A&M) 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 QF: lost Ryan Haviland (Stanford) 6-2, 6-1

2010 Javier Garrapiz 1st Rd.: def. Andrei Daescu (Oklahoma) 6-4, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost [9-16] Robert Farah (USC) 7-5, 6-1

2003 Nicolas Boeker 1st Rd.: def. [5] Tobias Clemens (UCLA) 7-5, 6-4 2nd Rd.: def. Mark van Elden (Oklahoma St) 6-1, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost [9-16] Hamid Mirzadeh (Florida) 6-1, 6-4 Bo Hodge [4] 1st Rd.: def. Jean Simon (Texas) 6-4, 6-1 2nd Rd.: def. Matt Hanlin (Washington) 6-2, 1-6, 7-6(1) Rd. of 16: def. [9-16] Michael Kogan (Tulane) 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 QF: lost Todd Widom (Miami) 6-3, 7-5 2004 Bo Hodge 1st Rd.: def. Felix Hardt (San Diego St) 6-1, 7-6 2nd Rd.: def. Andres Lauland (Virginia Tech) 3-6, 7-5, 7-6(2) Rd. of 16: lost Franticek Babej (South Alabama) 6-3, 6-4 2005 John Isner 1st Rd.: def. Mark van Elden (Oklahoma St.) 6-4, 6-4 2nd Rd.: lost Travis Helgeson (Texas) 6-3, 6-4

2009 Nate Schnugg 1st Rd.: def. Reid Carleton (Duke) 6-1, 6-4 2nd Rd.: def. Dennis Nevolo (Illinois) 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 Rd. of 16: lost Alex Clayton (Stanford) 6-4, 7-6(4)

2011 Javier Garrapiz 1st Rd.: def. Raony Carvalho (Texas Tech) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 2nd Rd.: lost Rhyne Williams (Tennessee) 6-1, 6-1

Wil Spencer [9-16] 1st Rd.: def. Juan Spir (Georgia Tech) 6-3, 6-0 2nd Rd.: def. Luka Somen (Virginia Tech) 6-4, 7-5 Rd. of 16: lost [2] Mitchell Frank (Virginia) 6-1, 6-3 2013 Nathan Pasha 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Evan King (Michigan) 6-2, 6-2 Ben Wagland 1st Rd.: lost [3] Jarmere Jenkins (Virginia) 6-2, 6-4 2014 Nathan Pasha 1st Rd.: def. Rafael Aita (UNC-Wilmington) 6-3, 6-4 2nd Rd.: def. Greg Andrews (Notre Dame) 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-3 Rd. of 16: lost [2] Marcus Giron (UCLA) 7-6(4), 6-3 Austin Smith 1st Rd.: lost Alen Salibasic (Drake) 6-7(5), 6-4, 7-5 2015 Wayne Montgomery 1st Rd.: lost Guillermo Nunez (TCU) 6-7(2), 6-3, 6-2 Nathan Pasha 1st Rd.: lost Christopher Eubanks (Ga. Tech) 7-5, 6-3 Austin Smith 1st Rd.: def. Roberto Cid (South Florida) 6-2, 7-6(1) 2nd Rd.: lost Sebastian Stiefelmeyer (Louisville) 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 2016 Wayne Montgomery 1st Rd.: def. Sam Matheson (Liberty) 6-1, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost Thai-Son Kwiatkowski (Virginia) 6-2, 6-0 Austin Smith 1st Rd.: lost Axel Alvarez Llamas (Oklahoma) 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 2017 Emil Reinberg 1st Rd.: def. [7] Hugo Di Feo (Ohio State) 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 2nd Rd.: lost [21] Jolan Cailleau (Texas Tech) 4-6, 7-5, 7-5) Nathan Ponwith 1st Rd.: def. Piotr Baranski (Southern Illinois) 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (3) 2nd Rd.: lost to Borna Gojo (Wake Forest) 6-3, 6-2 Wayne Montgomery 1st Rd.: lost [8] Tom Fawcett (Stanford) 6-1, 7-5 2019 Emil Reinberg 1st Rd.: def. Alexandre Rotsaert (Stanford) 6-2, 7-5 2nd Rd.: lost [5] Brandon Holt (USC) 6-2, 6-3

Wil Spencer 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Austen Childs (Louisville) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 Sadio Doumbia 1st Rd.: lost Gonzalo Escobar (Texas Tech) 6-2, 6-3 2012 Sadio Doumbia 1st Rd.: def. Kyle McMorrow (Washington) 6-2, 6-4 2nd Rd.: lost Neal Skupski (LSU) 6-2, 6-3 Ignacio Taboada 1st Rd.: def. Mate Zsiga, Baylor 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Rd.: lost [9-16] Alex Musialek (Kentucky) 6-2, 6-7(9), 6-4 KU Singh 1st Rd.: lost Kevin King (Georgia Tech) 7-6(4), 6-4 Hernus Pieters 1st Rd.: lost [9-16] Costin Paval (Oklahoma) 6-3, 6-4

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NCAA DOUBLES RESULTS 1977 Wes Cash/Charlie Ellis 1st Rd.: lost Jeff Etterbeck/Jud Schaufler (Michigan) 6-7(5-4), 7-6(5-2), 7-5

1987 John Boytim/Stephen Enochs 1st Rd.: def. Kyle Anderson/Marcel van der Merwe (Auburn) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost [5-8] Ed Galbraith/Brian Garrow (UCLA) 7-5, 6-4

1978 Wes Cash/Tim Delaney 1st Rd.: def. Tony Graham/Jon Paley (UCLA) 6-3, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost [1] Jay Lapidus/Leif Shiras (Princeton) 6-4, 1-6, 7-5

1988 Chris Garner/Al Parker 1st Rd.: lost [1] Eric Amend/Donald Melville (UCLA) 7-5, 6-4

1979 Wes Cash/Bill Rogers [8] 1st Rd.: lost Marcel Freeman/Mike Harrington (UCLA) 6-3, 6-4

1989 Jim Childs/T.J. Middleton 1st Rd.: lost [3] Clinton Banducci/Eric Lingg (TCU) 7-6(3), 6-3

1980 Brent Crymes/Paul Groth 1st Rd.: def. Paul Batten/Niak Brash (San Jose State) 6-3, 6-3 Rd. of 16: lost [2] John Benson/Tony Gimmalva (Trinity) 6-7(5-3), 6-4, 6-2

Stephen Enochs/Al Parker 1st Rd.: lost Joby Foley/Brad Kelly (West Virginia) 6-4, 6-4

1981 Brent Crymes/Paul Groth 1st Rd.: lost Mark Johnson/Kirk Loomis (Oklahoma State) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 John Mangan/Bill Rogers 1st Rd.: def. [5-8] Drew Giltlin/Jermoe Vanier (SMU) 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. Howard Sands/Mike Terner (Harvard) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 QF: def. Mark Dickson/Pender Murphy (Clemson) 6-3, 6-4 SF: lost [3] David Pate/Karl Richter (TCU) 5-7(5-3), 6-4, 6-2 1982 Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. Eddie Baretto/Mike Howard (San Francisco) 6-4, 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. Marcel Freeman/Robbie Venter (UCLA) 7-6(6), 4-6, 7-5 QF: def. [1] David Pate/Karl Richter (TCU) 6-3, 6-3 SF: def. [3] Mark Pinchoff/Tomm Warneke (Trinity) 6-4, 6-7(1), 6-3 F: lost [5-8] Peter Doohan/Pat Serret (Arkansas) 7-6(5), 5-7, 6-2 John Mangan/Peter Lloyd 1st Rd.: def. Steve Guy/Paul Smith (Wichita State) 6-4, 6-3 Rd. of 16: lost [5-8] Jeff Arons/Scott Davis (Stanford) 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 1983 Tom Foster/Joe Heldman 1st Rd.: lost [5-8] Jorge Lozana/Timothy Pawsat (USC) 7-6(4), 3-6, 6-4 Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller (Champions) Out Match: def. Gret Holmes/John Tsumas (Utah) 7-5, 6-2 1st Rd.: def. Kelly Evernden/Jose Lambert (Arkansas) 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. Howard Sands/Warren Grossman (Harvard) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 QF: def. Mark Mees/Tom Haney (Michigan) 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 SF: def. [1] Toberto Saad/Paul Smith (Wichita State) 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 F: def. [2] Ken Flach/Robert Seguso (SIU Edwardsville) 7-5, 6-3 1984 Allen Miller/Mikael Pernfors 1st Rd.: def. Dave Delsini/Johan Sjogren (SIU Edwardsville) 6-0, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. [2] Mark Basham/Michael Kures (UCLA) 6-2, 6-4 QF: def. Grant Connell/Greg Hill (Texas A&M) 6-4, 6-0 SF: lost [6] Rick Leach/Tim Pawsat (USC) 6-2, 6-2 1985 Allen Miller/Mikael Pernfors [1] 1st Rd.: def. David Livingston/Jeff Klaparda (UCLA) 6-7(2), 6-3, 7-5 Rd. of 16: def. Richard Schmidt/Tim Siegel (Arkansas) 6-3, 6-3 QF: def. [5-8] Jim Grabb/John Letts (Stanford) 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 SF: lost [5-8] Carlo DiLaura/Kelly Jones (Pepperdine) 6-3, 6-2

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1990 Murphy Jensen/Al Parker [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. Joby Foley/Brad Kelly (West Virginia) 6-2, 7-5 Rd. of 16: def. Owen Casey/J.L. Guillo (Clemson) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 QF: lost Jarred Palmer/Jonathan Stark (Stanford) 6-3, 6-2 1991 Wade McGuire/Bobby Mariencheck 1st Rd.: def. Dean Cohen/Conny Falk (Miami) 6-2, 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. David Ekerot/Donny Issak (USC) 6-3, 6-3 QF: def. [5-8] Ellis Ferreira/Rick Witsken (Alabama) 6-3, 7-5 SF: lost [2] Matt Lucena/Bend Pedersen (California) 6-1, 6-2 1992 Wade McGuire/Bobby Mariencheck [4] 1st Rd.: def. Mark Booras/Rodrigo Gonzales (West Virginia) 6-3, 6-2 Rd. of 16 lost Adam Krafft/Brian Uihlein (Minnesota) 6-3, 6-4 1993 Jamie Laschinger/Albin Polonyi 1st Rd.: def. Dave Hall/Willy Quest (Duke) 7-6(7), 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. Jon Leach/Brian MacPhie (USC) default QF: def. Stephan Figley/Jeff Spiers (Colorado) 6-3, 6-4 SF: lost Chris Cocotos/Michael Flanagan (Stanford) 7-6(7), 7-6(3) 1994 Jamie Laschinger/Albin Polonyi 1st Rd.: lost Chris Cocotos/Michael Flanagan (Stanford) 7-6(6), 6-3 1995 Steven Baldas/Jamie Laschinger [4] 1st Rd.: def. Roger Petterson/Luke Smith (UNLV) 6-3, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. Chris Mahony/Pablo Montana (Tennessee) 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-1 QF: lost Remi Feneon/Johan Landsberg (Ole Miss) 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 1996 Steven Baldas/Jamie Laschinger 1st Rd.: def. Sven Koehler/Dmitry Muzyka (Duke) 7-6(4), 7-5 Rd. of 16: lost [1] Justin Gimelstob/Srdjan Muskatirovic (UCLA) 6-4, 5-7, 7-5 1997 John Roddick/Kevin Sessions 1st Rd.: def. [5-8] Kevin Kim/Eric Lin (UCLA) 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 Rd. of 16: lost Paul Goldstein/Ryan Wolters (Stanford) 6-4, 6-2 1998 Steven Baldas/John Roddick [3] 1st Rd.: lost Pepe Caballero/Jeff Williams (New Mexico) 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(6)


NCAA DOUBLES RESULTS 2000 Matias Boeker/Travis Parrott 1st Rd.: lost Leif Meineke/Wesley Moodie (Boise State) 7-6(4), 7-5 2001 Matias Boeker/Travis Parrott [2] (Champions) 1st Rd.: def. Sebastian Graeff/Stefan Sutter (Pepperdine) 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-2 Rd. of 16: def. Kyle Kligerman/John Portlock (Princeton) 7-6(0), 6-2 QF: def. Trace Fielding/Jimmy Haney (TCU) 6-4, 6-2 SF: def. Scott Lipsky/David Martin (Stanford) 7-5, 6-0 F: def. [3] Johan Burnstron/Jon Wallmark (SMU) 6-4, 7-5 2002 Matias Boeker/Bo Hodge 1st Rd.: lost [3] Oliver Maiberger/Ryan Redondo (San Diego State) 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-2 2003 Nicolas Boeker/Bo Hodge 1st Rd.: def. Zoltan Csanadi/Izak Van der Merwe (Old Dominion) 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 Rd. of 16: lost [4] Scott Lipsky/David Martin [4] (Stanford) 6-2, 6-3 2004 Bo Hodge/John Isner 1st Rd.: def. Merek Gebicki/Braden Olson (Montana State) 6-4, 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. Jamie Cerretani/Adil Shamadsin (Brown) 6-3, 6-7(2), 7-6(3) QF: def. Chris Brandi/Hamid Mirzadeh (Florida) 7-6(4), 7-6(1) SF: def. Zoltan Csanadi/Izak Van der Merwe (Old Dominion) 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-4 F: lost KC Corkery/Sam Warburg (Stanford) 6-2, 6-7(3), 6-4 2005 John Isner/Antonio Ruiz [1] (Champions) 1st Rd.: def. David Kowalski/Ryan Stotland (New Mexico) 6-7(3), 7-6(7), 6-4 Rd. of 16: def. Rohan Gajjar/Adrians Zguns (Arkansas) 6-3, 6-4 QF: def. David North/Marko Rajevac (Georgia Tech) 6-3, 6-2 SF: def. Jonathan Chu/Ashwin Kumar (Harvard) 6-7(4), 6-3, 6-4 F: def. Mark Growcutt/Ken Skupski (LSU) 7-6(7), 7-5

2013 Hernus Pieters/Ben Wagland [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. Kosta Blank/Chris Cooprider (UNC Wilmington) 7-6(4), 6-3 Rd. of 16: def. Moritz Buerchner/Norbert Nemcsek (North Florida) 6-4, 6-3 QF: lost Chris Camillone/David Holiner (Texas) 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(3) Garrett Brasseaux/Nathan Pasha 1st Rd.: lost Dominic Cotrone/Blake Davis (Florida State) 7-5, 7-5 2014 Hernus Pieters/Ben Wagland [5-8] 1st Rd.: def. Greg Andrews/Alex Lawson (Notre Dame) 7-6 (5), 7-6 (0) Rd. of 16: lost Jakob Sude/Arjun Kadhe (Oklahoma State) 6-3, 7-6(3) 2015 Austin Smith/Ben Wagland [1] 1st Rd.: def. Michael Feucht/Nikita Lis {Lamar) 6-4, 7-5 Rd. of 16: def. Tomislav Gregurovic/Tin Ostojic (Wichita State) 6-2, 6-3 QF: lost Hugo Dojas/Felipe Soares (Texas Tech) 6-2, 6-3 2016 Austin Smith/Ben Wagland [1] 1st Rd.: lost Chi-Shan Jao/Dominik Koepfer (Tulane) 7-6 (5), 2-6, 1-0 (11) 2017 Jan Zielinski/Robert Loeb [1] 1st Rd.: def. Hugo Di Feo/Martin Joyce (Ohio State) 4-6, 7-5, 1-0 (10-1) Rd. of 16: def. Jack Findel Hawkins/Lasse Muscheites (North Florida)7-5, 6-4 QF: def. (41) Charlie Emhardt/Jeffrey Schorsch (Valparaiso) 6-3, 5-7, 1-0(9) SF: def. (25) Jerry Lopez/Reese Stalder (TCU) 6-3, 7-6 (4) F: lost to Spencer Papa/Andrew Harris (Oklahoma) 6-4, 6-7, 0-1 (10-6)

2006 John Isner/Antonio Ruiz [5-8] 1st Rd.: lost Konstantin Haerle/Robert Searle (Rice) 3-6, 6-7 (3) 2007 John Isner/Luis Flores [1] 1st Rd.: def. Dan Hanegby/Saurabh Kohli (Brown) 6-4, 6-1 Rd. of 16: def. Adam Hubble/Ben Rogers (Tennessee) 7-6(5), 7-6(3) QF: lost Mariusz Adamski/Todd Paul (Wake Forest) 7-5, 7-5 Travis Helgeson/Matic Omerzel 1st Rd.: lost [2] Somdev Devvarman/Treat Huey [2] (Virginia) 7-6(5), 6-3 2008 Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg 1st Rd.: lost Clancy Sheilds/Luke Shields (Boise State) 6-4, 6-2 2009 Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg 1st Rd.: def. Houston Barrick/Sanam Singh (Virginia) 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) Rd. of 16: def. Geoff Chizever/Pedro Zerbini (Cal) 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-4 QF: lost Tim Puetz/Alexey Tsyrenov (Auburn) 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 2011 Javier Garrapiz/Hernus Pieters 1st Rd.: lost Austen Childs/Viktor Maksimcuk (Louisville) 4-6, 6-4, 6-4

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SINGLES AND DOUBLES NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 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 Athens, Ga. Allen Miller and Ola Malmqvist d. Ken Flach and Robert Seguso (SIU-Edwardsville) 7-5, 6-3 1984 NCAA Singles Championship Athens, Ga. Mikael Pernfors d. Lawson Duncan (Clemson) 6-1, 6-4 1984 Volvo All-America Championships Los Angeles, Calif. Mikael Pernfors d. Todd Witsken (USC) 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 1985 NCAA Singles Championship Athens, Ga. Mikael Pernfors d. George Bezecny (Georgia) 6-2, 6-3 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.

MIKAEL PERNFORS

1990 ITA Clay Court Championships Panama City, Fla. Patricio Arnold d. Nick Barone (Ole Miss) 6-1, 6-2 1997 ITA Clay Court Doubles Championships Baltimore, Md. Steven Baldas and John Roddick d. Tim Crichton and Tom Hamilton (Arkansas) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 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.

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REGULAR SEASON TITLES 1971 • 1972 • 1973 • 1974 • 1975 •1977 1978 1979 • 1981 • 1982 •1985 • 1987 1988 • 1989 1991 •1993 • 1995 • 1996 1997 • 1999 • 1999 2001 • 2002 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2011 •2013 2014 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017 SEC 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 2008 2011 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Points/SEC Record 34 27 23 30 21 26 25 28 26 25 25 26 20 22 11 12.5 14 12 12 11 11-0 10-1 11-0 11-0 10-1 10-1 11-1 11-1 11-1 12-0 11-1

From 1953-1989 the SEC Champion was determined by the accumulation of points in an individual flighted tournament (there was not a separate team tournament champion). 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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TOURNAMENT TITLES 1991 • 1993 • 1995 •2001 • 2004 2006 • 2007 • 2012 • 2013 • 2017

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SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS SEC Tournament Titles 1991 • Oxford, Miss. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Alabama, 5-1 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida, 5-1 Finals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 5-3 1993 • Athens, Ga. Quarterfinals: #2 Georgia d. Kentucky, 4-3 Semifinals: Georgia d. Tennessee, 4-3 Finals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-3 1995 • Baton Rouge, La. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Arkansas, 4-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida, 4-1 Finals: Georgia d. LSU, 4-0 2001 • Lexington, Ky. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-0 Finals: Georgia d. Tennessee, 4-3 2004 • Nashville, Tenn. Quarterfinals: #3 Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-1 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida 4-1 Finals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-3 2006 • Tuscaloosa, Ala. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Alabama, 4-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. Mississippi State, 4-0 Finals: Georgia d. Ole Miss, 4-2 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 2012 • Starkville, Miss. Quarterfinals: #4 Georgia d. #17 Auburn, 4-0 Semifinals: Georgia d. #9 Mississippi State, 4-3 Finals: Georgia d. #6 Kentucky, 4-1 2013 • Oxford, Miss. Quarterfinals: #1 Georgia d. Kentucky, 4-3 Semifinals: Georgia d. Texas A&M, 4-3 Finals: Georgia d. Tennessee, 4-0 2017 • Knoxville, Tenn. Quarterfinals: #13 Georgia d. Arkansas, 4-1 Semifinals: Georgia d. Florida, 4-3 Finals: Georgia d. #17 Mississippi State, 4-3

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SERIES RECORDS Last Opponent Record Match Abraham Baldwin 1-0 1973 Air Maxwell Field 1-0 1975 Alabama 56-7 2019 Amherst 1-0 1963 Arizona State 1-0 1995 Arkansas 32-3 2019 Arkansas Little Rock 2-0 2000 Athens LTA 1-0 1957 Athens TC 17-0 1975 Atlanta Seniors 2-0 1965 Auburn 57-4 2019 Augusta CC 1-1 1955 Augusta TC 1-0 1961 Austin Peay 1-0 1982 Baylor 4-3 2019 Berea 1-0 1968 Binghamton 1-0 2013 Bitsy Grant TC 1-0 1969 Bowling Green 1-0 1970 Brown 1-0 2002 California 3-3 2012 Central Michigan 1-0 1974 Charleston Southern 1-0 2002 Charlotte 2-0 2002 Cincinnati 1-0 1972 Citadel 1-0-1 1963 Clemson 40-10 2013 Colorado 2-0 2006 Columbia 9-0 2018 Columbus State 2-0 1965 Dartmouth 1-0 1970 Davidson 1-0 1962 Duke 8-2 2011 East Tennessee State 11-0 2016 Eastern Kentucky 2-0 1971 Elon 1-0 2019 Emory 9-0 1995 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 2007 Florida 60-22 2019 Florida A&M 1-0 2017 FAU 2-0 2019 Florida State 19-6 2015 Fresno State 3-0 1999 Furman 37-0 2015 Georgia Southern 12-0 1985 Georgia State 11-0 2009 Georgia Tech 65-9 2019 Gustavus Adolphus 1-0 1961 Hampton 4-0 1985 Harvard 33-0 2003 Houston 4-1 1981 Illinois 10-4 2015 Illinois State 1-0 1976

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Last Win 1973 1975 2019 1963 1995 2019 2000 1957 1975 1965 2019 1955 1961 1982 2016 1968 2013 1969 1970 2002 2012 1974 2002 2002 1972 1963 2013 2006 2018 1965 1970 1962 2011 2016 1971 2019 1995 2007 2017 2017 2019 2015 1999 2015 1985 2009 2019 1961 1985 2003 1981 2015 1976

Indiana Opponent Indiana State Iowa Jacksonville Jacksonville NAS Jacksonville State Kalamazoo Kansas Kennesaw Kentucky Lamar State Lander Louisville Long Beach State LSU Macon TC Memphis 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 Purdue Radford Rice Rollins Sacramento State

6-0 Record 0-1 1-0 2-0 2-2 1-0 13-0 3-0 1-0 47-10 0-1 1-1 6-0 1-0 51-14 1-0 2-0 2-0 8-0 19-12 3-0 3-1 4-2 5-1 58-15 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 13-10 1-0 1-0 8-2 1-0 5-2 7-1 3-0 3-2 3-0 5-0 15-6 42-11 1-0 2-0 10-0 12-10 16-3 9-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-4 1-0

1994 Last Match 2018 1967 1957 2014 1985 1998 2019 2019 1956 2002 2011 1988 2019 1967 2018 1984 2019 1999 1978 1988 2015 2018 2019 1980 1987 1955 1993 2019 2010 2010 2019 1977 2013 2006 1969 2016 2011 1985 2019 2019 1974 2007 1985 2013 2019 1993 2017 2008 2000 1959 2005

1994 Last Win 2018 1967 1957 2014 1985 1998 2019 2018 2002 2011 1988 2019 1967 2018 1984 2019 1999 1978 1988 2015 1987 2017 1980 1987 1955 1993 2016 2010 2010 2014 1977 2013 2006 1969 2013 2011 1985 2018 2018 1974 2007 1985 2013 2019 1993 2017 2008 2000 2005

Samford San Jose State

2011 1977 Last Opponent Record Match Sea Island 1-0 1960 Sewanee 6-0 1967 South Alabama 3-0 1997 South Carolina 39-7 2019 South Carolina State 3-0 2016 South Florida 6-1 2017 Southern California 13-18 2018 Southern Illinois 6-0 1974 SIU Carbondale 7-0 1985 SIU Edwardsville 1-0 1980 Southern Methodist 6-5 2002 Southwestern Louisiana 2-0 1988 St. Bonaventure 1-0 2008 Stanford 6-14 2018 Swarthmore 3-0 1977 Tennessee 55-25 2019 Tennessee Tech 1-0 2004 Texas 16-5 2019 Texas A&M 6-6 2019 Texas Christian 8-1 2012 Texas Tech 0-1 2016 Toledo 1-0 1974 Trinity 1-1 1986 Tulane 2-0 2000 Tulsa 2-0 2008 UAB 2-0 1995 UC Irvine 3-0 2005 UC Santa Barbara 1-0 2016 USC-Upstate 2-0 2011 UCLA 14-9 2017 Utah 3-0 2015 Utah State 1-0 2017 UT Chattanooga 4-0 1979 Vanderbilt 55-5 2019 Virginia 14-3 2013 VCU 1-0 2013 Virginia Tech 8-0 2012 Wake Forest 16-1 2017 Washington 6-1 2017 West Virginia 2-0 1993 Western Kentucky 1-0 1966 Western Michigan 1-0 1984 Wichita State 2-0 1982 William & Mary 18-0 2013 Wingate 1-0 1971 Winthrop 2-0 2015 Wisconsin 2-0 1979 Total: 1,309-284-2 (.823) (since 1961)

2-0 1-0

2011 1977 Last Win 1960 1967 1997 2019 2016 2017 2017 1974 1985 1980 2002 1988 2008 2014 1977 2019 2004 2015 2016 2012 1974 1986 2000 2008 1995 2005 2016 2011 2017 2015 2017 1979 2019 2008 2013 2012 1988 2017 1993 1966 1984 1982 2013 1971 2015 1979


ITA EVENTS All-American 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

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. 1982 Pepperdine defeated Georgia 5-4 Host: UCLA

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

1994 Stanford defeated Georgia 4-3 Host: Kentucky

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

1997 UCLA defeated Georgia 4-3 Host: Kentucky

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

2007 Georgia defeated Ohio State 4-0 Host: Illinois

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

TOURNAMENT RECORDS Most Championships: Stanford 12; UCLA 7; Virginia 6; USC 3; California, Georgia, Illinois, Pepperdine and SMU 2; Baylor, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Trinity 1

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

1995 Stanford defeated Georgia 5-0 Host: Kentucky

2006 Georgia defeated Pepperdine 4-0 Host: Washington

2009 Virginia defeated Georgia 4-1 Host: Illinois

Most Final Appearances: Stanford 16; UCLA 10; USC 10; Georgia, Virginia 7; Illinois 5; Pepperdine, Ohio State 4; California, SMU, Tennessee and Trinity 3; Baylor, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, Oklahoma, TCU and UC Irvine 1

**John Isner also reached the singles final in 2006.

National Indoor Championships

1982 Doubles Champions - Ola Malmqvist/Allen Miller Final: - Defeated Rich Gallien/John Van Nostrand (2) (Pepperdine), 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 2006 Doubles Champions - John Isner/Luis Flores Final: - Defeated Marco Born/Andreas Siljestrom (MTSU), 9-8(4) **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.

John Isner celebrates during the final of the 2007 ITA National Team Indoor Championship.

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REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Division I Singles Champions 1968 Jamie Pressly, Florida 1969 Steve Faulk, LSU 1970 Danny Birchmore, Georgia 1971 Charles Owens, Samford 1972 Mark Meyers, Duke 1973 Manuel Diaz, Georgia 1974 Manuel Diaz, Georgia 1975 Bill Brock, North Carolina 1976 Jeff Robinson, Alabama 1977 Chris Mayotte, South Carolina 1978 Andy Kohlberg, Tennessee 1979 Rodney Harmon, Tennessee 1980 Andy Andrews, NC State 1981 Tom Foster, Georgia 1982 Ahmed El Mehelmy, South Alabama 1983 Mikael Pernfors, Georgia 1984 Mikael Pernfors, Georgia 1985 Ned Caswell, Furman 1986 John Boytim, Georgia 1987 Al Parker, Georgia 1988 Johan Kjellsten, LSU 1989 Al Parker, Georgia 1990 Ivan Baron, Georgia 1991 Bryan Jones, N. Carolina 1992 Mike Sell, Georgia 1993 Randy Baldemor, Florida 1994 Eddie Jacques, Georgia 1995 John Roddick, Georgia 1996 John Roddick, Georgia 1997 Anthony DeLuise, Middle Tennessee State 1998 Jeff Morrison, Florida 1999 Doug Root, Duke 2000 Daniel Klemetz, Middle Tennessee 2001 Romain Ambert, Mississippi State 2002 no individual champion 2003 Matt Lockin, Vanderbilt 2004 Greg Oulette, Florida 2005 John Isner, Georgia 2006 John Isner, Georgia 2007 Nate Schnugg, Georgia 2008 Enrique Olivares, East Tennessee State 2009 Javier Garrapiz, Georgia and Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2010 Guillermo Gomez, Georgia Tech 2011 Wil Spencer, Georgia 2012 Jonas Lutjen, Ole Miss 2013 Nathan Pasha, Georgia 2014 Wayne Montgomery, Georgia 2015 Wayne Montgomery, Georgia 2016 Mike Redlicki, Arkansas 2017 Tim Sandkaulen, Ole Miss and Henry Patten, UNC Asheville 2018 Gabriel Dechamps, Central Florida 2019 Christian Sigsgaard, Texas

Division I Doubles Champions 1968 A. Neely/S. Beeland, Florida 1969 N. Holmes/M. Cmaylo, Georgia 1970 B. Tanis/D. Birchmore, Georgia 1971 B. Tanis/D. Birchmore, Georgia 1972 B. Tanis/G. Smith, Georgia 1973 M. Diaz/B. Kopecky, Georgia 1974 J. Eagleton/T. Martinez, Miami 1975 P. Chamberlain/K. West, Memphis State 1976 K.West/P. Simpson, Memphis State 1977 M. Purcell/C. Hooper, Memphis State 1978 C. Hodgin/U. Peterson, South Carolina 1979 M. Purcell/R. Harmon, Tennessee 1980 C. Hodgin/U. Peterson, South Carolina 1981 A. Miller/O. Malmqvist, Georgia 1982 A. Miller/O. Malmqvist, Georgia 1983 A. Miller/M. Pernfors, Georgia 1984 A. Miller/M. Pernfors, Georgia 1985 S. Cannon/B. Talbot, Tennessee 1986 J. Chambers/E. Stewart, North Carolina 1987 A. Parker/C. Garner, Georgia 1988 A. Parker/S. Enochs, Georgia 1989 A. Parker/M. Jensen, Georgia 1990 G. Grant/J. Rubell, Duke 1991 W. McGuire/B. Mariencheck, Georgia 1992 P. Kuhn/C. Ullyett, South Alabama 1993 J. Laschinger/A. Polonyi, Georgia 1994 D. Dewandaka/M. Magendans, Tennessee 1995 R. Ideta/C. Dudley, LSU 1996 J. Roddick/K. Sessions, Georgia 1997 C. Copenhaver/M. Way, Tennessee 1998 M. Guyaux/F. Tintori, South Florida 1999 M. Boeker/T. Parrott, Georgia 2000 D. Kiernan/S. Rutka, LSU 2001 A. Nicheleue/M. Westman, South Carolina 2002 no doubles team champion 2003 J. Isner/B. Hodge, Georgia 2004 O. Oosthuizen/B. Rogers, Tennessee 2005 L. Walter/J. Stokke, Duke 2006 J. Isner/L. Flores, Georgia 2007 A. Narasanham/C. Ramsey, Memphis 2008 B. Agostinelli/B. Cox, Kentucky 2009 No Doubles Champion 2010 J. Garrapiz/H. Pieters, Georgia 2011 L. Cant/M. Stropp, Mississippi State 2012 M. Alford/F. Diep, Florida 2013 H. Pieters/B. Wagland, Georgia 2014 A. Dromsky/I. Smelyanski, Tennessee 2015 A. Smith/B. Wagland, Georgia 2016 W. Duncan/J. Zielinski, Georgia 2017 J. Zielinski/R. Loeb, Georgia 2018 H. Patten/O. Nolan, UNC Asheville 2019 C. Sigsgaard/S. Woldeab, Texas

SEC COACHES INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS/SEC FALL CLASSIC 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

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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


RECORDS Single Season Singles Wins (since 1986) Name Season 1. Patricio Arnold 1990-91 2. Hisham Hemeda 1998-99 3. John Isner 2005-06 3. Wade McGuire 1991-92 5. Matias Boeker 2000-01 6. Nate Schnugg 2007-08 7. Jim Childs 1988-89 8. Mike Sell 1992-93 9. Al Parker 1989-90 9. John Isner 2006-07 11. Jamie Hunt 2007-08 12. Hisham Hemeda 1997-98 12. Al Parker 1990-91 12. Wade McGuire 1992-93 15. Nate Schnugg 2008-09 16. Matias Boeker 1999-00 16. Al Parker 1988-89 8 tied for 18th with 35 wins

Record 52-9 42-11 45-3 45-10 44-8 43-9 41-11 40-9 39-14 39-5 39-8 38-7 38-10 38-8 37-15 36-14 36-17

Single Season Doubles Wins (since 1986) Name Season 1. John Isner 2003-04 1. Talito Corrales 1997-98 3. John Isner 2006-07 4. Jan Zielinski 2016-17 5. Ben Wagland 2012-13 6. Luis Flores 2007-08 6. John Isner 2004-05 6. Francisco Montana 1987-88 6. Hisham Hemeda 1996-97 6. Matias Boeker 2000-01 6. Jamie Hunt 2008-09 6. Nate Schnugg 2008-09 13. Jamie Hunt 2006-07 13. Matic Omerzel 2006-07 13. Travis Helgeson 2006-07 13. Al Parker 1988-89 17. Ignacio Taboada 2011-12 17. Matias Boeker 1999-00 17. Jim Childs 1987-88 20. Hernus Pieters 2011-12 20. Jim Childs 1986-87 20. Hernus Pieters 2012-13 8 tied for 23nd with 30 wins

Record 40-7 40-22 39-3 38-14 37-12 35-2 35-6 35-8 35-8 35-12 35-14 35-14 34-7 34-8 33-7 33-11 32-10 32-11 32-14 31-10 31-12 31-13

Single Season Combined Singles and Doubles Wins (since 1986) Name Season Record 1. Matias Boeker 2000-01 79-20 2. John Isner 2006-07 78-8 3. Nate Schnugg 2008-09 72-29 4. Nate Schnugg 2007-08 71-22 5. Francisco Montana 1987-88 70-20 5. Hisham Hemeda 1998-99 70-23 7. John Isner 2005-06 69-11 7. Matic Omerzel 2006-07 69-14 7. Wade McGuire 1991-92 69-16 7. Al Parker 1988-89 69-28 11. John Isner 2004-05 68-16 11. Jamie Hunt 2007-08 68-21 11. Jim Childs 1988-89 68-24 11. Matias Boeker 1999-00 68-25 11. Talito Corrales 1997-98 68-33 16. Luis Flores 2007-08 67-8 16. Travis Helgeson 2006-07 67-12 16. Hisham Hemeda 1996-97 67-17 16. Ignacio Taboada 2011-12 67-21 16. Jan Zielinski 2016-17 67-25 20. Jamie Hunt 2008-09 64-25 Career Singles Wins (since 1986) Name Years Played

Record

1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20. 20. 20.

John Isner Al Parker Hisham Hemeda Nate Schnugg Jan Zielinski Nathan Pasha Travis Helgeson Jim Childs Mike Morrison Austin Smith Hernus Pieters John Roddick Jamie Hunt Javier Garrapiz Eddie Jacques Bobby Mariencheck Drake Bernstein Matic Omerzel Wil Spencer Wayne Montgomery Mike Sell Jamie Laschinger Steven Baldas

2004-07 1988-91 1996-99 2007-10 2015-18 2012-15 2007-08 1987-90 1987-90 2013-16 2011-14 1995-98 2007-10 2008-11 1994-97 1991-94 2008-11 2004-07 2011-12 2014-17 1992-95 1993-96 1995-98

138-27 138-53 132-30 130-42 124-53 122-49 121-40* 120-53 120-58 119-45 118-46 117-44 116-34 115-44 113-30 113-45 111-44 108-47 104-49* 103-45 103-49 103-51 103-51

Career Doubles Wins (since 1986) Name Years Played 1. John Isner 2004-07 2. Jamie Hunt 2007-10 3. Nate Schnugg 2007-10 4. Ben Wagland 2013-16 5. Jamie Laschinger 1993-96 6. Steven Baldas 1995-98 7. Hernus Pieters 2010-12 8. Jim Childs 1987-90 9. Jan Zielinski 2015-18 10. Nathan Pasha 2012-15 11. John Roddick 1995-98 12. Travis Helgeson 2007-08 13. Matic Omerzel 2004-07 14. Al Parker 1988-91 15. Javier Garrapiz 2008-11 16. Austin Smith 2013-16 17. Talito Corrales 1998-99 18. Hisham Hemeda 1996-99 19. Jan Zielinski 2015-18 20. Drake Bernstein 2008-11

Record 138-24 122-46 117-42 116-49 114-46 110-38 107-53 106-50 103-54 101-47 100-34 99-43* 98-42 90-37 89-48 88-32 87-37 86-36 85-42 82-56

Career Combined Singles and Doubles Wins (since 1986) Name Years Played 1. John Isner 2004-07 2. Nate Schnugg 2007-10 3. Jamie Hunt 2007-10 4. Al Parker 1988-91 5. Jan Zielinski 2015-18 5. Jim Childs 1987-90 6. Hernus Pieters 2010-14 7. Nathan Pasha 2012-15 8. Travis Helgeson 2007-08 9. Hisham Hemeda 1996-99 10. Jamie Laschinger 1993-96 11. John Roddick 1995-98 12. Steven Baldas 1995-98 13. Austin Smith 2013-16 14. Matic Omerzel 2004-07 15. Javier Garrapiz 2008-11 16. Drake Bernstein 2008-11 17. Ben Wagland 2013-16 17. Bobby Mariencheck 1991-94 18. Wil Spencer 2011-12 19. Talito Corrales 1998-99 20. Eddie Jacques 1994-97

Record 276-51 247-84 238-80 230-90 227-107 226-103 225-99 223-96 220-83* 218-66 217-97 217-78 213-89 207-67 206-89 204-92 193-100 187-88 184-81 183-98* 183-87 182-48

*includes wins at a previous institution records entering 2015-16 season

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LETTERMEN A Ben Allen............................... 1953-54 Spencer Allen..................1958-59-60 Baptiste Anselmo ................Present Ham Ansley.................................1968 Billy Armstrong .................... 1926-27 Guy Arnall ...................................1960 Anthony Arnold ..........................1963 Patricio Arnold ..................... 1990-91 B Brant Bailey .....................1967-68-69 Dudley Baird ...............................1958 Mike Baker ........................... 1989-90 Steven Baldas .......... 1995-96-97-98 Ivan Baron ..................................1991 Craig Baskin ...............................1993 John Beaver .............. 1930-31-32-33 Brad Benedict .................2005-06-07 Charles Benedict ............1961-62-63 Thomas Benedict............1966-67-69 Drake Bernstein ........ 2008-09-10-11 Peter Bertran..............................2015 George Bezecny ....... 1982-83-84-85 Becky Birchmore .......................1963 Danny Birchmore... ...1970-71-72-73 Fred Birchmore, Jr.....................1963 Strahinja Bobusic ..... 2003-04-05-06 Matias Boeker.................2000-01-02 Nicolas Boeker ......... 2000-01-02-03 Kels Boland......................1927-28-29 Mark Bolier ........................... 1991-92 Jack Boykin .......................... 1930-31 John Boytim................................1987 Kevin Brackett............................1987 Bob Brail ............................... 1949-50 Jack Brail .............................. 1948-49 Tom Brand ............................. 1912-13 Ryan Brandt .......................... 1994-95 Garrett Brasseaux .... 2011-12-13-14 Plott Brice ........................1936-37-38 Carey Browder ................1971-72-73 Charles Browder.............1971-72-73 Jody Brown ................................1939 Charles Bryan..................1959-60-61 Trent Bryde....................2018-present Dick Budd....................................1949 Tom Bullard .................................1948 Hilliard Burt......................1948-49-50 Walter Burt .................................1941 Marsh Butler ..............................1990 C W.H. Campbell ............................1921 Chad Carlson ...................1998-99-01 Todd Carlson...............................2001 Marvin Carpenter ................ 1956-57 Ed Carter .................... 1907-08-09-10 Frank Carter ............... 1910-11-12-13 Trey Carter ................. 1985-86-87-88 Wesley Cash.............. 1976-77-78-79 Jim Causey ........................... 1964-65 Jim Childs................... 1987-88-89-90 Billy Chocallo...................1986-87-88 Mike Cmaylo .............. 1967-68-69-70 Aaron Cohn ......................1935-36-37 Roy Collier ...................................1932 George Conneratt ................ 1932-33 R.V. Conneratt....................... 1930-31 Talito Corrales ...................... 1998-99 Malon Courts ...................1927-28-29 Richard Courts ................1957-58-59 Charles Cowart ...............1960-61-62 Mack Crenshaw..............1962-63-64 Cameron Cross...........................1995 Brent Crymes............. 1978-79-80-81 Blake Croyder................2018-present Bob Cummings ...........................1952 Lane Curlee........................... 1980-82 D Gary Davis............................. 1976-77 J.A. Davis ....................................1966 Fred Dean....................................1956 H.H. Deane .......................1905-06-07 Bill Deas ................................ 1926-27 Tim Delaney ............... 1975-76-77-78 Dick Denny............................ 1926-27 Eric Diaz ..................... 2012-13-14-15 Manuel Diaz............... 1972-73-74-75 Ricky Diaz................... 1975-76-77-78 Alex Diaz........... .....2017-18-present David Dick .................. 1973-74-75-76 Nick Dobosh ......................... 1993-94

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Dick Dodd.............................. 1928-29 Sadio Doumbia ..................... 2011-12 Sam Dromsky.....2016-17-18-present Walker Duncan ......... 2015-16-17-18 E Charlie Ellis ........................... 1976-77 Stephen Enochs ........ 1986-87-88-89 F Henry Feild .......................1964-65-66 Luis Flores ........................2006-07-08 LeRoy Forehand .........................1956 Lynn Fort......................................1921 John Foster ........................... 1958-59 Tom Foster ................. 1980-81-82-83 James Free .................................1985 Deane Frey................. 1982-83-84-85 Jack Frierson............. 1989-90-91-92 Carleton Fuller .................1962-63-64 Sam Fuller ............................. 1967-68 G Gil Gainer .........................1975-76-78 Chris Garner ...............................1988 Javier Garrapiz.......... 2008-09-10-11 Charles Gaston..................... 1962-63 Joe Gettys ............................. 1974-75 Barron Gillis ................................1981 John Gimma.....................1950-51-52 Paul Gleason ..............................1941 Will Glenn................... 1999-00-02-03 Ricardo Gonzalez ...... 2004-05-06-07 R. T. Goodwyn..................1910-12-13 Danny Granot .............................1984 Erik Grevelius .......................Present Hill Griffin ........................1960-61-62 George Griffith...................... 1934-35 Paul Groth ........................1979-80-81 H James Ham .................................1961 Mark Harden ...................1975-76-78 Charles Harris .................. 1963-1964 Don Hartsfield .................1956-57-58 Lew Hege (M) .............................1974 Joe Heldmann ............................1983 Travis Helgeson ................... 2007-08 Hisham Hemeda........ 1996-97-98-99 Philip Henning.............2018-present Scott Henson ........................ 1959-60 Alex Hill ............................2007-09-10 Bob Hill .................................. 1948-49 Manson Hill.................................1974 R.H. Hill ........................................1905 Comer Hobbs ..............................1961 Bo Hodge ................... 2001-02-03-04 Norman Holmes ........ 1968-69-70-71 W.R. Holmes ...............................1909 Andy Homeyer........... 1974-75-76-77 Charles Hooper ..........................1926 Lindsey Hopkins ..............1957-58-59 Carter Horn ......................1932-33-34 Pierre Howard .................1963-64-65 Ray Howard ................................1947 Ridley Howard ...................... 1966-67 Wade Hoyt .......................1934-35-36 Danny Huff ................. 1952-53-54-55 Rocky Huffman .......... 1968-69-70-71 Brent Hughes ............ 1972-73-74-75 Jamie Hunt................. 2007-08-09-10 I John Isner

2004-05-06-07

J Matt Jackson ....................... 2009-12 Eddie Jacques........... 1994-95-96-97 Murphy Jensen ..........................1990 Lyons Joel ............................. 1952-53 Campbell Johnson ............... 2011-12 Philip Johnson........... 1984-85-86-87 Britton Johnston ........ 2018-present Albert Jones ....................1936-37-38 Phil Jordan............................ 1935-36 Rafael Jordan ....................... 1996-97 Lesley Joseph .................2000-01-02 K Ara Kalpak ............................ 1966-67 Casey Kay ...................................2013 Alex Keller........................1964-65-66 Martin Kilpatrick .................. 1967-70 Wright Kimbro ............................1997

Gerald Kleis .......................... 1981-82 Tim Knowles ...............................1983 Paul Kolevsohn ..........................1999 Bill Kopecky ............... 1971-72-73-74 Herber Krumbern ................. 1949-50 L Edmund Landau .........................1936 Michael Lang........................ 1998-99 Roy Lankam ................................1912 Ed Lary ..............................1956-57-58 Jamie Laschinger ..... 1993-94-95-96 Treville Lawrence ................ 1936-37 L.B. Lee .................................. 1905-06 Bill Legwen ......................1927-28-29 Demetris Leontis .................. 2000-01 Scott Lewis ......................1989-90-91 Max Lindsay ....................1937-38-39 Bud Lindsey ................................1932 Paul Lindsey ....................1933-34-35 Peter Lloyd ................. 1979-80-81-82 Robert Loeb ..... 2016-17-18-present Raian Luchici ..............................2003 M Dan Magill............................. 1940-41 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 Andy Martinez ........... 2014-15-16-17 Howard Mason ..........................1932 Chris Maughon (T) ..........1981-82-83 Chuck McClure .................... 1947-48 Charlie McCullough............. 1952-53 John McDermott.................. 1938-39 Miche McDonough ...................1984 Greg McGarity............................1973 Wade McGuire................1991-92-93 William McMullan ..........1953-54-55 Lance McNamara......................1988 Grover Middlebrook ............ 1907-08 T.J. Middleton............ 1986-87-88-89 Allen Miller ................ 1982-83-84-85 Don Miller ...................................1955 Francisco Montana ............. 1988-89 Wayne Montgomery....2014-15-16-17 Chris Morgan........................ 1984-85 Phil Morgan ................................1937 Mike Morrison........... 1987-88-89-90 Chris Motes ................................2007 Bill Mulherin ...............................1953 Carl Mullis (M)............................2001 N Hamilton Napier ..............1927-30-31 Zuhair Nejib .....................1956-59-60 Hector Nevares...............1990-91-92 Bart Newman ....................... 1996-97 Wayne Newton ..........................1961 Marco Nunez..............................2013 Charlie Nunnally ........................1926 O Will Oliver................... 2010-11-12-13 Matic Omerzel ........... 2004-05-06-07 Paul Oosterbaan .............2015-16-17 Matias Ormaza ..................... 2004-05 Tony Ortiz ....................................1968 P Al Parker .................... 1988-89-90-91 Travis Parrott ...................1999-00-01 Nathan Pasha............ 2012-13-14-15 Dave Pass ...................................1953 Nirav Patel ................. 1992-93-94-95 Robert Patrick ............................1992 Mikael Pernfors ................... 1984-85 Bruce Peterson .................... 1977-78 Bill Petrusky.......................... 1977-78 Alex Phillips.......2016-17-18-present Hernus Pieters .......... 2011-12-13-14 Joey Pitts ........1996(rs)-97-98-99-00 Albin Polonyi......................... 1993-94 Nathan Ponwith .........................2017 Thomas Porter............................1977 Merritt Pound ............ 1952-53-54-55 Lawrence Powell .......................1971 Colin Purcell ......................... 2005-06

R Elango Ranganathan ........... 1977-78 Marcus Reck ..............................1991 Emil Reinberg ............ 2015-16-17-18 Zahner Reynold ...............1939-40-41 Will Reynolds...................2010-11-12 Zach Rice ................... 1967-68-69-70 Phillip Roberts ........... 1985-86-87-88 John Roddick............. 1995-96-97-98 Bill Rogers.................. 1978-79-80-81 Antonio Ruiz.......................... 2005-06 Tim Ruotolo .................................1987 Douglas Russell ..............1964-65-66 S Ignacio Sancho ..........................1981 Johannes Sauer.........................1984 Stuart Sherrill .............................1993 Nate Schnugg ........... 2007-08-09-10 Bob Schwartz ..................1950-51-52 Joe Scoggins........................ 1950-51 Harry Scott............................ 1967-70 Mike Sell .................... 1992-93-94-95 Adam Seri ........................1999-00-02 Kevin Sessions .......... 1994-95-96-97 Bill Shippey ......................1966-68-69 Bill Simons ............................ 1950-51 KU Singh......................................2012 Jack Sisley..................................1973 S.B. Slack ....................................1911 Austin Smith .............. 2013-14-15-16 Bob Smith....................................1952 Craig Smith .................................1968 Gordon Smith............. 1972-73-74-75 Louis Smith ......................1955-56-57 Ed Southerland..................... 1937-38 Wil Spencer .......................... 2011-12 William Spratlin..........................1984 Stan Steinberg ..................... 1954-55 Ronnie Stover .............................1967 Matt Swift ............................. 1966-67 T Ignacio Taboada .................. 2011-12 Bob Tanis ................... 1970-71-72-73 Horace Thom ...................1955-56-57 Alfred Thompson ............1957-58-58 Bill Thompson............ 1983-84-85-86 Gerald Thonhauser....................1986 Kelly Thurman ...................... 1980-81 Stephan Timu........................ 2002-03 Andy Trimble...............................1952 Kirby Turnage ............ 1980-81-82-83 U Carlos Ubinas .............................1974 V Ernest Vandiver ..........................1938 Jason Varela ........................ 2003-04 Josh Varela ........................... 2006-09 Christian Vitulli .......... 2007-08-09-10 Ion Vlad .......................................2002 Tom von Dohlen ..............1975-76-77 W Ben Wagland............. 2013-14-15-16 Brandon Wagner ............2000-01-02 Randy Walker ....................... 1988-89 Hilton Wall ............................ 1938-39 Jeff Wallace ......................... 1983-84 James Watrous......... 1968-69-70-71 Brian Wayne......................... 1991-92 A.L. Weill .....................................1938 Beryl Weiner ..............................1953 M.B. Wheeler ............ 1947-48-49-51 James Whiting ...........................1977 Elisha Williams ..................... 1973-74 Billy Williamson ................... 1944-45 Thad Wills ...................................1956 Trevor Wilson ..................2003-04-05 David Wolf ..................................1991 Nick Wood ................. 2013-14-15-16 John Woods ......................... 1939-41 Bob Wyatt ...................................1941 Z Sherif Zaher .......................... 1998-99 Jan Zielinski............... 2015-16-17-18 Tyler Zink ...............................Present


2020 TV ROSTER

2020 GEORGIA MEN’S TENNIS ROSTER

BAPTISTE ANSELMO

TRENT BRYDE

BLAKE CROYDER

ALEX DIAZ

SAM DROMSKY

6-1 | Fr.

6-0 | Soph.

6-0 | Soph.

6-2 | R-Jr.

6-12 | Sr.

ERIK GREVELIUS

PHILIP HENNING

BRITTON JOHNSTON

ROBERT LOEB

ALEX PHILLIPS

6-1 | Fr.

6-0 | Soph.

5-11 | Soph.

6-1 | Sr.

5-10 | R- Sr.

Name Baptiste Anselmo Trent Bryde Blake Croyder Alex Diaz Samuel Dromsky Erik Grevelius Philip Henning Britton Johnston Robert Loeb Alex Phillips Tyler Zink

TYLER ZINK

MANUEL DIAZ

JAMIE HUNT

BRYCE WARREN

6-0 | Fr.

HEAD COACH

ASSOC. HEAD COACH

VOLUNTEER COACH

Height 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-0

Class Fr. So. So. R-Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. R-Sr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School Aix-en Provence, France Suwanee, Ga. / International Connection Academy Marietta, Ga. / Johnson Ferry Christian Academy Athens, Ga. / Monsignor Donovan Augusta, Ga. / Lakeside High School Stockholm, Sweden / Korrespondens Gymnasium Bloemfontein, South Africa / Grey College Snellville, Ga. / William and Reed Academy Hilton Head, S.C. / Hilton Head Prep Peachtree City, Ga. / Ogburn School Bradenton, Fla. / IMG Academy

PRONUNCIATIONS: Alex/Manuel Diaz: DEE-az Robert Loeb: (like “lobe”) Baptiste Anselmo: BA-tiste (‘p’ is silent) Erik Grevelius: GREH-veal-ius

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