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The Intercollegiate Tennis Association, a nonprofit organization, has been serving the collegiate tennis community for more than 50 years. Founded in 1956 by the late J.D. Morgan, legendary UCLA tennis coach and athletics director, the ITA has been headed since 1979 by David A Benjamin, Executive Director. As the governing body of college tennis, the ITA provides opportunities and supports 1,700 varsity coaches and college tennis programs nationwide, as well as over 15,000 intercollegiate student-athletes.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME Welcome Letters........................................................................................... 2 ITA Board of Directors................................................................................... 3 Tournament Preview..................................................................................... 5 ABOUT THE HOST Venues: The Downtown Club at the Met & Galleria Tennis and Athletic Club.............. 6 Host Institution: Texas A&M Aggies.............................................................7 PARTICIPATING TEAMS Baylor Bears...................................................................................................8 Pepperdine Waves......................................................................................... 9 Duke Blue Devils..........................................................................................10. Florida Gators.................................................................................................11. Georgia Bulldogs..........................................................................................12. Illinois Fighting Illini.....................................................................................13. Mississippi State Bulldogs.......................................................................... 14. Notre Dame Fighting Irish...........................................................................15 Ohio State Buckeyes....................................................................................16. Oklahoma Sooners........................................................................................17. Tennessee Volunteers..................................................................................18. Texas Longhorns...........................................................................................19 UCLA Bruins.................................................................................................20. USC Trojans...................................................................................................21. Virginia Cavaliers........................................................................................22 ITA

2013 Results/Tournament History............................................................24 National Tournament and Event Calendar...............................................25 Awards Program: Division I Men’s Tennis.................................................26 Achievement Award Winners......................................................................27 2014 Tournament Bracket..........................................................................28

The 2014 ITA National Men’s Indoor Championship, the signature indoor team tournament of the college tennis season, features 16 of the top men’s programs in the nation. Texas A&M is proud to serve as the host of the 40th-running of the event which will take place at The Downtown Club at the Met and the Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club in Houston, TX.

THE VENUES

Matches will take place at two venues, the locations are within 20 minutes of each other. The Downtown Club at the Met is located in 340 W. Dallas. The Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club is located at 5015 Westheimer Rd. #4020.

TICKET INFORMATION

You may purchase tickets at the Downtown Club at the Met or Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club. All sessions (4-day) adults- $25.00 All sessions Under 18, Over 65- Free Single session adults- $10.00

SCHEDULE

Friday- Sunday Four matches at both the Downtown Club at the Met and Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club Match times are 9 a.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m., and 6 p.m. Monday Championship Match at the Downtown Club at the Met Finals start at 12 p.m.


WELCOME TO HOUSTON

Howdy!

Dear Players, Coaches, Officials and Fans,

On behalf of Texas A&M University, and our partners the Downtown Club at The Met, and the Galleria Tennis and Athletic Club, welcome to Houston. We hope you enjoy the 2014 ITA National Team Indoor Championships this weekend, as well as your visit to the State of Texas.

The Downtown Club at the Met and Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club are very pleased to have the opportunity to assist Texas A&M University in hosting the 2014 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship.

I would like to extend a special welcome to the student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and fans who are attending the Championships. The two clubs, along with our athletics department staff and the staff of the ITA have worked extremely hard in planning this prestigious event. We look forward to an excellent championship – one that is filled with true competitive spirit and great sportsmanship. If our staff may be of any service to you during your visit, please ask Eric Hyman Director of Athletics Texas A&M University

After years of pursuing this premier event, the city of Houston is proud to be awarded the Championships. Both facilities support a rich tradition of Professional and Collegiate Tennis Events. This year’s event is proud to support the Houston Tennis Association National Junior Tennis & Learning Chapter, which is a youth development program incorporating tennis, education and life skills. We look forward to this event returning to Houston in the future. On behalf of the Members of the Downtown Club at Met and Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club we are proud to be part of this event. Welcome to Houston and good luck to all the teams who have qualified for this prestigious event. Most Sincerely, Keith Christman Director of Tennis The Downtown Club at the Met

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2014 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Ville Jansson Director of Tennis Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club


ITA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The ITA Board of Directors is comprised of the ITA Executive Director and ITA coaches representing men’s and women’s tennis from all three NCAA Divisions, NAIA and Junior/Community Colleges. The ITA Board of Directors determines administrative policy for the association, and meets annually at the ITA Coaches Convention. The ITA is the governing body of college tennis, overseeing men’s and women’s varsity tennis at NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College, and over the past three decades has worked hard to achieve its charter goals: “To foster and encourage the playing of intercollegiate tennis in accordance with the highest tradition of sportsmanship and consistent with the general objectives of higher education.” “To develop among the intercollegiate coaches a deeper sense of responsibility in teaching, promoting, maintaining and conducting the game of tennis.” “To educate and serve those individuals and groups who are involved in collegiate tennis: junior and college players, their coaches and parents, and the at-large tennis public.”

2013-2014 ITA BOARD OF DIRECTORS David A Benjamin, ITA Executive Director Bobby Bayliss, University of Notre Dame John Bryant, Southwest Baptist University Beverly Buckley, Rollins College Michelle Dasso, University of Illinois Kent DeMars, University of South Carolina Steve Denton, Texas A&M University David Fish, Harvard University Paul Gastonguay, Bates College Dee Henry, Biola University Bryan Kalbas, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Ann Koger, Haverford College Nicole Kenneally, University of Colorado Trevor Kronemann, University of California-Irvine

Betsy Kuhle, Western Michigan University Ann Lebedeff, Pomona Pitzer Colleges Lin Loring, Indiana University Sheila McInerney, Arizona State University Danielle McNamara, Yale University Wanda McPhail, Meridian Community College Rick Morris, Chabot College Murray Murdoch, Cedarville University Billy Pate, Princeton University Bill Richards, Ball State University John Roddick, University of Oklahoma Paul Settles, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges Alex Wong, Vassar College

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TOURNAMENT PREVIEW Texas A&M to host 2014 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship

THE 2014 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY

The field of 16 is set for the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship. Texas A&M will serve as the host of the 40th annual championship at The Downtown Club at the Met and The Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club in Houston, Texas. Of the 15 No. 1 seeds participating in the 6th annual ITA Kick-Off Weekend, 11 advanced to Houston, and the teams competing for this prestigious national title are: Virginia, UCLA, Georgia, Ohio State, USC, Tennessee, Pepperdine, Mississippi State, Baylor, Oklahoma, Florida, Cal, Notre Dame, Illinois and Texas plus host Texas A&M. The event will be held at both The Downtown Club at the Met and The Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club. The Met’s newly-resurfaced 10 indoor courts have been serving tennis enthusiasts downtown for almost 25 years, while The Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club features nine championship quality indoor courts with the same surface and color scheme used at the US Open. “The ITA is delighted that the ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship will be hosted by Texas A&M at two such extraordinary venues in Houston in The Downtown Club at the Met and The Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club,” said ITA Executive Director David A Benjamin. “I know that all of our varsity student-athletes are looking forward greatly to participating in one of the premier events in varsity collegiate tennis.” For complete tournament information, please visit www.itatennis.com.

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SATURDAY, FEB. 15

SUNDAY, FEB. 16

MONDAY, FEB. 17

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12 p.m. Championship Play

12 p.m. Match Play

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3:30 p.m. Awards Presentation

3:00 p.m. Match Play

3:00 p.m. Match Play

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The Venues | THE DOWNTOWN CLUB AT THE MET & GALLERIA TENNIS AND ATHLETIC CLUB THE DOWNTOWN CLUB AT THE MET

The Downtown Club at the Met which is part of ClubCorp, a distinguished network of private clubs opened its doors on January 31, 1976 and is one of the most comprehensive sports, wellness and business clubs in Houston. In addition to the 10 tennis, 5 international squash and 4 racquetball courts, we also offer dining, private and special events, group fitness classes, over 50,000 square feet of fitness equipment and more. The Club has hosted many events, Pro and amateur tournaments, which included many great celebrities and dignitaries. Just to name a few, the first of which was the $20,000 National Father-Son Indoor Championships started by Davis Cup former Pro and long time GM of the Club, Sammy Giammalva and the WTC Pro Circuit Houston tournament used the Club as a backup and practice site. The current Director of Tennis, Keith Christman, has been at The Downtown Club at the Met for over 20 years. He has continued the tradition of supporting intercollegiate tennis with Rice University, the University of Houston and community events through the years with the support of the Members. The Club has always thought of hosting the National Championships and is proud that it is finally here in Houston. THE GTAC STORY Galleria Tennis & Athletic Club is known today as one of the premier tennis and fitness facilities in United States, encompassing more than 80,000 square feet atop Houston’s prestigious Galleria shopping mall. In 2006, the space was a tennis wasteland left deserted and dilapidated when the University Club shut its doors after 35years in business. That’s where former tennis tour professionals, Niclas Kroon and Ville Jansson, enter the picture. Other than their Swedish heritage, there is one more thing these childhood friends have in common—their passion for the game 6

of tennis. They had a vision to create the finest club in the Houston area, and the space left empty by the University Club provided the perfect opportunity. When GTAC opened its doors in the summer of 2008, local families and professionals couldn’t wait to see what all the fuss was about. It didn’t take long to build a bustling membership that enhanced the social appeal while still maintaining an exclusive, relaxed feel. Now an established force in the Houston club community, GTAC is just as well known for its worldclass tennis and fitness programs as it is for its tight-knit membership and exciting social events.

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Host Institution | TEXAS A&M AGGIES

Back Row (L-R): Assistant Bob McKinley, Head Coach Steve Denton, Arthur Rinderknech, Shane Vinsant, Jett Cash, Junior Ore, Harrison Adams, Jeremy Efferding, Student Assistant Coach Niall Angus, Director of Operations Marcus Lunt, Volunteer Assistant Kevin O’Shea Front Row (L-R): Max Montague, Tito Moreiras, Jordan Szabo, Jackson Withrow, Max Lunkin, Frankie Colunga

2014 ROSTER Name Harrison Adams Jett Cash Frankie Colunga Jeremy Efferding Max Lunkin Max Montague Tito Moreiras Junior Ore Arthur Rinderknech Jordan Szabo Shane Vinsant Jackson Withrow

Height 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-10 5-10 6-5 5-10 6-0 6-1

Head Coach: Steve Denton Assistant Coach: Bob McKinley

Class So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School New Braunfels, Texas/New Braunfels London, England/ES International College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Boca Raton, Fla./Home Schooled Moscow, Russia/High School #1424 Dallas, Texas/Saint Joseph’s/Jesuit San Antonio, Texas/Churchill Gaithersburg, Md./Laurel Springs School Paris, France/Lycée Sonia Delaunay Baywater, Victoria, Australia/Box Hill Institute Keller, Texas/Keller Omaha, Neb./Burke HS

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Kevin O’Shea

QU I C K FAC T S TEXAS A&M AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Steve Denton (132-74, 7th year) 2013 Record: 19-13 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 14 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/1

Host Institution

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Participating Team | BAYLOR BEARS

2014 ROSTER Name Michel Dornbusch Diego Galeano Robbie Korth Marko Krickovic Julian Lenz Tony Lupieri Patrick Pradella Felipe Rios Vince Schneider Robert Verzaal Mate Zsiga

Height 6-3 5-11 6-7 6-1.5 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-2

Head Coach: Matt Knoll Assistant Coach: Dominik Mueller

Class Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. RS-So. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Wilhelmshaven, Germany/Cäcilienschule Asuncion, Paraguay//Universidad Americana Del Ray Beach, Fla./Palm Beach HS Ismaning, Germany/Werner-Heisenberg Gymnasium Giessen, Germany/Theo-Koch-Schule Zagreb, Croatia/Birotehnika/RIT/ACMT College Bielefeld, Germany/Ceciliengymnasium/Bielefeld Univ. Vina Del Mar, Chile/Colegio Aleman De Valparaiso Mannheim, Germany/Kurpfalz Gymnasium Shreveport, La./C.E. Byrd HS Szeged, Hungary/Szeged HS

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Michal Kokta

QU I C K FAC T S BAYLOR AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Matt Knoll (402-106, 18th year) 2013 Record: 22-6 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 12 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/1

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Baylor 1st – Defeated Boise State, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Auburn, 4-1

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Participating Team | CAL GOLDEN BEARS

Standing (L-R): Head coach Peter Wright, Campbell Johnson, Gregory Bayane, Jack Sanford, Chase Melton, Hasier Pastor, Filip Bergevi, Jordan Smith, Wyatt Houghton, Andre Goransson, Ben McLachlan, Nikhil Jayashankar, Mads Engsted, Stuart Miller, associate head coach Tyler Browne

2014 ROSTER Name Bayane, Gregory Bergevi, Filip Engsted, Mads Goransson, Andre Houghton, Wyatt Jayashankar, Nikhil Johnson, Campbell McLachlan, Ben Melton, Chase Miller, Stuart Pastor, Hasier Sanford, Jack Smith, Jordan

Height 5-11 - 6-1 - 6-5 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-7 - 6-0 6-7

Class Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. RJr. So. Jr. Jr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Meaux, France Ahus, Sweden Aarhus, Denmark/VUC Aarhus Hollviken, Sweden Westlake Village, Calif./Oaks Christian HS Saratoga, Calif./Saratoga HS Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Bridgeway Academy Queenstown, New Zealand/Wakatipu HS Santa Barbara, Calif./Santa Barbara HS Napa, Calif./Napa HS Palma de Mallorca, Spain Thousand Oaks, Calif./Oaks Christian HS Mercer Island, Wash./Mercer Island HS

Head Coach: Peter Wright Assistant Coach: Tyler Browne

QU I C K FAC T S CAL AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Peter Wright (275-197, 21st year) 2013 Record: 16-10 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 17 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Pepperdine 1st – Defeated Alabama, 4-2 2nd – Defeated Pepperdine, 4-2

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Participating Team | PEPPERDINE WAVES

Front row (L to R) - Athletic Trainer Shane Besedick, Tom Hill, Russell Josh Evangelista, Rakshay Thakkar, Francis Alcantara, David Sofaer, Kento Tanaka-Tamaki, Head Coach Adam Steinberg, Associate Head Coach Marcelo Ferreira. Back Row (L to R)- Guilherme Hadlich, Pedro Leme, Alexander Solonin, Alex Giannini, Stefan Menichella, Alex Sarkissian.

2014 ROSTER Name Height Francis Alcantara 5-8 Russell Josh Evangelista 5-9 Alex Giannini 6-4 Guilherme Hadlich 5-10 Tom Hill 6-0 Pedro Leme 6-2 Stefan Menichella 6-5 Alex Sarkissian 6-2 David Sofaer 5-11 Alexander Solonin 6-5 Kento Tanaka-Tamaki 5-9 Thakkar, Rakshay 5-9

Class SR FR FR FR FR SO FR RS SR SR FR JR JR

Hometown/Previous School Cagayan de Oro, Philippines//Fresno State Almere, Netherlands/Calandlyceum Los Angeles, Calif./Gorman Learning Center Balneário Camboriú, Brazil/Colégio Energia Birmingham, England/K12 International Academy Sao Paulo, Brazil/Mackenzie Tambore Santa Barbara, Calif./University HS Glendale, Calif./Verdugo Academy/Glendale CC Bellevue Hill, Australia/Sydney Distance Education HS Tarzana, Calif./Thousand Oaks HS Kihei, Hawaii/St. Anthony Junior-Senior HS Pune, India/St. Vincent’s High School

Head Coach: Adam Steinberg Assistant Coach: Marcelo Ferreira

QU I C K FAC T S PEPPERDINE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Adam Steinberg (248-79, 12th year) 2013 Record: 27-6 2013 NCAA Result: Quarterfinals 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Pepperdine 1st – Defeated San diego, 4-1 2nd – Defeated by Cal, 4-2 Duke was unable to travel to Houston due to weather, Pepperdine was the highest ranking team to advance to the Finals of the ITA Kick-off Weekend

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Participating Team | FLORIDA GATORS

Front Row (L-R): Athletic Trainer Michael Schiavone, Elliott Orkin, Maxx Lipman, Joshua Wardell, Diego Hidalgo, Equipment Manager Jack McDonald Back Row (L-R): Volunteer Assistant Scott Perelman, Head Coach Bryan Shelton, Spencer Newman, Stephane Piro, Florent Diep, Michael Alford, Gordon Watson, Assistant Coach Mark Merklein, Stringer Chris McDonald, Director of Tennis Operations Kate Harte Not Pictured: Richard Brej, Oliver Landert

2014 ROSTER Name Michael Alford Richard Brej Florent Diep Diego Hidalgo Oliver Landert Maxx Lipman Spencer Newman Elliott Orkin Stephane Piro Joshua Wardell Gordon Watson

Height 6’ 1” 5’ 11” 6’ 2” 5’ 11” 6’ 0” 6’ 1” 5’ 10” 5’ 7” 5’ 10” 5’ 11” 5’ 11”

Head Coach: Bryan Shelton Assistant Coach: Mark Merklein

Class Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Tampa, Fla./Wharton High School Long Grove, Ill./Adlai E. Stevenson/SCAD Atlanta Paris, France/Lycée Paul Doumer/CNED Guayaquil, Ecuador/Pert High School Naples, Fla./Florida Virtual School Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood H.S. Miami, Fla./Kaplan College Preparatory School Marietta, Ga./Eaton Academy Marseille, France/CNED Fort Myers, Fla./Florida Virtual School Naples, Fla./First Baptist Academy

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Perelman

QU I C K FAC T S FLORIDA AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Bryan Shelton (15-11, 2nd year) 2013 Record: 15-11 2013 NCAA Result: 1st Round 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/3

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Florida 1st – Defeated UNC-Wilmington, 4-0 2nd – Defeated TCU, 4-2

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Participating Team | GEORGIA BULLDOGS

Standing (L to R) : Nick Wood, Hernus Pieters, Austin Smith, Nathan Pasha, Paul Oosterbaan, Ben Wagland, Eric Diaz, Garrett Brasseaux.

2014 ROSTER Name Garrett Brasseaux Eric Diaz Paul Oosterbaan Nathan Pasha Hernus Pieters Austin Smith Ben Wagland Nick Wood

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

Class Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So.

Head Coach: Manuel Diaz Associate Head Coach: Will Glenn

Hometown/Previous School Mandeville, La./St. Paul’s School Athens, Ga./Monsignor Donovan Kalamazoo, Mich./Hackett Catholic Central Atlanta, Ga./Kaplan Online Pretoria, South Africa/Hoerskool Waterkloo Cumming, Ga./Keystone New South Wales, Australia Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Tristan Venables

QU I C K FAC T S GEORGIA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Manuel Diaz (585-122, 26th year) 2013 Record: 26-5 2013 NCAA Result: Semifinals 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/1

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Georgia 1st – Defeated Columbia, 4-2 2nd – Defeated Stanford, 4-1

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Participating Team | ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI

Front Row (L-R): Ross Guignon, Julian Childers; Middle Row (L-R): Tim Kopinski, Farris Gosea, Alex Jesse; Back Row (L-R): Brian Page, Blake Bazarnik, Jared Hiltzik

2014 ROSTER Name Blake Bazarnik Julian Childers Farris Gosea Ross Guignon Jared Hiltzik Alex Jesse Tim Kopinski Brian Page

Height 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-3

Class Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Edwardsville, Ill./Vanderbilt Matteson, Ill. /Marian Catholic Cardiff, Wales, UK/Rougemont Prairie Village, Kan./Kansas City United Wilmette, Ill./New Trier Mequon, Wis./Homestead Palos Hills, Ill./Amos Alonzo Stagg Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton Warrenville South

Head Coach: Brad Dancer Associate Head Coach: Marcos Asse

QU I C K FAC T S ILLINOIS AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Brad Dancer (164-75, 9th year) 2013 Record: 17-11 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 24 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2

HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Ole Miss 1st – Defeated Clemson, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Michigan, 4-2

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Participating Team | MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS

Standing (L to R) - Rishab Agarwal, Egbert Weverink, Tassilo Schmid, Zach White, Malte Stropp, Jordan Angus, Florian Lakat, Robin Haden

2014 ROSTER Name Rishab Agarwal Jordan Angus Robin Haden Florian Lakat Tassilo Schmid Malte Stropp Zach White

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

Head Coach: Per Nilsson Assistant Coach: Matt Roberts

Class Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Hyderabad, India (NRI Academy) London, England (Parmiter’s School) Dandery, Sweden (Akademi Bastad Gymnasium) Paris, France (Lycee Sonia Delaunay) Stuttgart, Germany (Tyler [TX] Community College) Dusseldorf, Germany (Albert Einstein Gymnasium) Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada (Independent Learning Center)

Volunteer Assistant Coach: James Chaudry

QU I C K FAC T S MISSISSIPPI STATE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Per Nilsson (76-65, 7th year) 2013 Record: 18-10 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/5

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Mississippi State 1st – Defeated Harvard, 4-3 2nd – Defeated Memphis, 4-2

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Participating Team | NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH

Front Row (L-R): Michael Fredericka, Nicolas Montoya, Josh Hagar, Greg Andrews, Matt Dooley, Eddy Covalschi, Dougie Barnard, Kenneth Sabacinski, Wyatt McCoy Back Row (L-R): Junior manager Greg Moyers, volunteer assistant coach Cris James, assistant coach Adam Schaechterle, Quentin Monaghan, Ryan Bandy, Alex Lawson, Billy Pecor, Eric Schnurrenberger, head coach Ryan Sachire, faculty advisor Dr. Hugh Page, senior manager Emily Schmid

2014 ROSTER Name Greg Andrews Ryan Bandy Dougie Barnard Eddy Covalschi Matt Dooley Michael Fredericka Josh Hagar Alex Lawson Wyatt McCoy Quentin Monaghan Nicolas Montoya Billy Pecor Kenneth Sabacinski Eric Schurrenberger

Height 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-8 6-3 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-2 5-8 5-9

Class SR SR JR FR SR JR FR SO JR SO SO SR SO SO

Head Coach: Ryan Sachire Assistant Coach: Adam Schaechterle

Hometown/Previous School Richland, MI/Gull Lack Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier Indianapolis, IN/Brebeuf Jesuit Shelby Township, MI/Eisenhower New Braunfels, TX/New Braunfels Warren, OH/John F. Kennedy Austin, TX/ATA College Prep Tempe, AZ/Corona Del Sol Shoreview, MN/Mounds View Chatham, NJ/Chatham Scottsdale, AZ/Horizon Scottsdale, AZ/Chaparral Plantation, FL/American Heritage Zug, Switzerland/Kantonssachule

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Cris James

QU I C K FAC T S NOTRE DAME AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Ryan Sachire (0-0, 1st year) 2013 Record: 19-8 2013 NCAA Result: 1st Round 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 31 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/3

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Kentucky 1st – Defeated Minnesota, 4-3 2nd – Defeated Kentucky, 4-3

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Participating Team | OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

Front row (L to R) - Chris Diaz, Ralf Steinbach, Evan Bechtel, Riley Reist, Matt Mendez Back row (L to R) – Head Coach Ty Tucker, Herkko Pollanen, Kevin Metka, Peter Kobelt, Marko Goles-Babic, Hunter Callahan, Associate Head Coach Justin Kronauge and Volunteer Assistant Coach David Schilling

2014 ROSTER Name Evan Bechtel Hunter Callahan Chris Diaz Marko Goles-Babic Peter Kobelt Matt Mendez Kevin Metka Herkko Pollanen Riley Reist Ralf Steinbach

Height R-Fr. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr.

Class 6-2 6-3 5-7 6-5 6-7 5-9 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-1

Head Coach: Ty Tucker Associate Head Coach: Justin Kronauge

Hometown/Previous School Toledo, Ohio/SMU Lower Gwynedd, Pa. /Agora Online Columbus, Ohio /Bishop Watterson Zagreb, Croatia/Gimnazija Zagreb New Albany, Ohio/New Albany Mount Pleasant, S.C./Heritage Academy Worthington, Ohio/Worthington Kilbourne Helsinki, Finland/Pohjois-Haagan yhteiskoulu Hamilton, Ohio/Hamilton High School Halle, Germany/Sportgymnasium Halle

Volunteer Assistant Coach: David Schilling

QU I C K FAC T S OHIO STATE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Ty Tucker (395-61, 15th year) 2013 Record: 35-3 2013 NCAA Result: Semifinals 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/6

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Ohio State 1st – Defeated Denver, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Louisville, 4-1

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Participating Team | OKLAHOMA SOONERS

Front Row (L-R): Alex Ghilea, Sam Gray, Nick Papac Back Row (L-R): Head coach John Roddick, Associate head coach Bo Hodge, Andrew Harris, Axel Alvarez, Dane Webb, Austin Siegel, Guillermo Alcorta, volunteer coach John Reeves Not Pictured: Peerakit Siributwong

2014 ROSTER Name Height Alcorta, Guillermo 6-1 Alvarez Llamas, Axel 6-3 Bragusi, Florin 6-0 Ghilea, Alex 5-11 Gray, Samuel 5-9 Harris, Andrew 6-0 Papac, Nick 6-0 Salazar Martin, Jose Antonio - Siegel, Austin 6-4 Siributwong, Peerakit 5-9 Webb, Dane 6-4

Class RSr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. RJr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr.

Head Coach: John Roddick Associate Head Coach: Bo Hodge

Hometown/Previous School Bilbao, Spain (Fomento-Foundation University) Asturias, Spain (Centro de Alto Rendimiento) Romania Neamt, Romania (LPS Piatra Neamt ) Tulsa, Okla. (Holland Hall ) Melbourne, Australia (Distance Education Centre of Victoria) Norman, Okla. (Fresno State) Canary Island, Spain Tarrytown, N.Y. (Laurel Springs ) Bangkok, Thailand (Suan Dusit Rajabhat University) Richardson, Texas (Richardson High School)

Volunteer Assistant Coach: John Reeves

QU I C K FAC T S OKLAHOMA AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): John Roddick (75-27, 5th year) 2013 Record: 15-11 2013 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 13 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Oklahoma 1st – Defeated Virginia Tech, 4-1 2nd – Defeated Northwestern, 4-0

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Participating Team | TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS

Front row (L to R) - Jack Schipanski, Colton Norton, Hunter Reese, Brandon Fickey Middle row (L to R) – Sunay Bhat, Bartosz Sawicki, Jarryd Chaplin, Mikelis Libietis Back row (L to R) : Sean Karl, Andrew Dromsky, Markus Kerner

2014 ROSTER Name Sunay Bhat Jarryd Chaplin Andrew Dromsky Brandon Fickey Sean Karl Markus Kerner Mikelis Libietis Colton Norton Hunter Reese Bartosz Sawicki Jack Schipanski

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

Class Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. RS-Jr. So. Fr.

Head Coach: Sam Winterbotham Associate Head Coach: Chris Woodruff

Hometown/Previous School Knoxville, Tenn./Laurel Springs Academy Sydney, Australia/Karabar High School Martinez, Ga./Georgia Southern Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School of Knoxville Brentwood, Tenn./Ravenwood High School Viljandi, Estonia/Audentese Spordigumnaasium Priekuli, Latvia/Murijanu Sprota Gimnazija Jackson, Tenn./University School of Jackson Kennesaw, Ga./North Cobb High School Poznan, Poland/Sopockiej Akademii Tenisowej Adelaide, Australia/Prince Alfred College

Volunteer Coach: Ben Testerman

QU I C K FAC T S TENNESSEE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Sam Winterbotham (165-49, 8th year) 2013 Record: 26-9 2013 NCAA Result: Quarterfinals 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Tennessee 1st – Defeated Michigan State, 4-1 2nd – Defeated VCU, 4-0

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Participating Team | TEXAS LONGHORNS

Front Row (L-R): Associate Head Coach Ricardo Rubio, Miguel Peralez, Brandon Pomerance, William Jou, Clement Homs, Sudanwa Sitaram, Michael Riechmann, Volunteer Assistant Coach Alex Rafiee, Dr. Johnathan Katz Back Row (L-R): Head Coach Michael Center, Adrien Berkowicz, Nick Naumann, David Holiner, George Goldhoff, Lloyd Glasspool, Søren Hess-Olesen, Jacoby Lewis, Shea Klepfer

2014 ROSTER Name Adrien Berkowicz Lloyd Glasspool George Goldhoff Søren Hess-Olesen David Holiner Clement Homs William Jou Jacoby Lewis Nick Naumann Michael Riechmann Sudanwa Sitaram

Height 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-9

Head Coach: Michael Center Associate Head Coach: Ricardo Rubio

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

Hometown/Previous School Aix-en-Provence, France / Bac 2000 Birmingham, England / Woodrush HS Irvine, Calif. / Advantage Tennis Academy Aarhus, Denmark / Marselisborg Gymnasium Dallas, Texas / Univ. of Nebraska HS Aix-en-Provence, France / CNED Houston, Texas / Memorial HS Birmingham, Ala. / home schooled The Woodlands, Texas / College Park HS Houston, Texas / Memorial HS Coimbatore, India / National Institute of Open Schooling

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Alex Raifiee

QU I C K FAC T S TEXAS AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Michael Center (261-96, 14th year) 2013 Record: 17-9 2013 NCAA Result: 2nd Round 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 23 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6

HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Vanderbilt 1st – Defeated Vanderbilt, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Wake Forest, 4-3

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Participating Team | UCLA BRUINS

Front row (L to R) - Dennis Mkrtchian, Brendan Wee, Adrien Puget, Clay Thompson, Marcos Giron, Karue Sell Middle row (L to R) – Head Coach Billy Martin, Travis Martin, Joseph Di Giulio, Michael Guzman, Mackenzie McDonald, Gage Brymer, Ryoto Tachi, Seth Stolar, Nishanth Yamani Back row (L to R) – Assistant Coach Grant Chen, Director of Operations Max Hammer, Team Manager David Vu, Team Manager Connor Gurley, Team Manager Raymond Ajoc, Director of Operations Evan Lee, Volunteer Assistant Coach Rikus de Villiers

2014 ROSTER Name Gage Brymer Joseph Di Giulio Marcos Giron Michael Guzman Travis Martin Mackenzie McDonald Dennis Mkrtchian Adrien Puget Karue Sell (64s) Seth Stolar Ryoto Tachi Clay Thompson Brendan Wee Nishanth Yamani

Height 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-6 6-1 6-2

Head Coach: Billy Martin Assistant Coach: Grant Chen

Class Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Irvine, Calif. (University) Newport Beach, Calif. (K12 Online) Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks) Napa Valley, Calif. (Justin-Siena) Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola) Piedmont, Calif. (K12 Online) Reseda, Calif. (Sherman Oaks CES) Le Haillan, France (Hector Berlioz) Jaragua do Sul, Brazil (Colegia Unificado) Encino, Calif. (Laurel Springs) Tokyo, Japan (Laurel Springs) Venice Beach, Calif. (Crossroads) Alamo, Calif. (Monte Vista) Calabasas, Calif. (Viewpoint)

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Rikus de Villiers

QU I C K FAC T S UCLA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Billy Martin (456-92, 21st year) 2013 Record: 29-2 2013 NCAA Result: Runner-Up 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By UCLA 1st – Defeated Wisconsin, 5-0 2nd – Defeated Texas Tech, 4-0

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Participating Team | USC TROJANS

Front Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Krzystof Kwinta, Director of Operations Jamie Herndon, Vol. Asst. Coach Peter Lucassen, Ray Sarmiento, Nick Crystal, Jonny Wang, Max de Vroome, Head Coach Peter Smith Back Row (L-R): David Laser, manager Greg Labanowski, Robbie Bellamy, Roberto Quiroz, Michael Grant, Eric Johnson, Yannick Hanfmann

2014 ROSTER Name Robbie Bellamy Sander Brendmoe Nick Crystal Max De Vroome Connor Farren Michael Grant Yannick Hanfmann Eric Johnson David Laser Roberto Quiroz Ray Sarmiento Jonny Wang

Height 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-10 5-10

Head Coach: Peter Smith Assistant Coach: Krzysztof Kwinta

Class Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Pacific Palisades, Calif. Oslo, Norway Waccabuc, N.Y./Laurel Springs HS Vught, Netherlands/Maurick College Foster City, Calif. London, England/Santa Barbara HS Karlsruhe, Germany/Otto-Hahn Gymnasium San Jose, Calif./Laurel Springs HS Glencoe, Ill./New Trier HS Guayaquil, Ecuador/Colegio Pert Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Kaplan HS San Marino, Calif./San Marino HS

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Peter Lucassen

QU I C K FAC T S USC AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Peter Smith (238-67, 11th year) 2013 Record: 26-5 2013 NCAA Result: Quarterfinals 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/1

HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By USC 1st – Defeated Santa Clara, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Wichita State, 4-0

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Participating Team | VIRGINIA CAVALIERS

Front row (L to R) - Mac Styslinger, Ryan Shane, Justin Shane, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Alex Domijan, J.C. Aragone Back row (L to R) – Jonathan Cornish, Alex Scheinman, Harrison Richmond, Jordan Daigle, Mitchell Polnet, Ian Uriguen, Mitchell Frank, Luca Corinteli

2014 ROSTER Name J.C. Aragone Luca Corinteli Jonathan Cornish Jordan Daigle Alex Domijan Mitchell Frank Thai-Son Kwiatkowski Mitchell Polnet Harrison Richmond Alex Scheinman Justin Shane Ryan Shane Mac Styslinger Ian Uriguen

Height 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-7 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-2

Class Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. So. So. Sr.

Head Coach: Brian Boland Associate Head Coach: Andres Pedroso

Hometown/Previous School Yorba Linda, Calif./Parkview Alexandria, Va./Florida Virtual School London, England/Reed’s Lafayette, La./IMG Academy Wesley Chapel, Fla./Saddlebrook Academy Annandale, Va./Annandale Charlotte, N.C./USTA Player Development Churchville, Pa./Keystone Online Pawleys Island, S.C./Waccamaw Los Angeles, Calif./Home Schooled Falls Church, Va./JEB Stuart Falls Church, Va./JEB Stuart Birmingham, Ala./IMG Academy Guatemala City, Guatemala/Kaplan Preparatory

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Brown

QU I C K FAC T S VIRGINIA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Brian Boland (333-47, 13th year) 2013 Record: 30-0 2013 NCAA Result: Champions 2013 Final ITA Ranking: No. 1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Virginia 1st – Defeated Elon, 10-0 2nd – Defeated Indiana, 9-0


2013 TOURNAMENT RESULTS/HISTORY 2013 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR RESULTS

Hosted by the University of Washington at the Nordstrom Tennis Center and Seattle Tennis Club Seattle, WA Surface: Hard-Indoor

Monday, February 18 - RESULTS Championship (1) Virginia def. (2) USC, 4-2 Sunday, February 17 - RESULTS Semifinals (1) Virginia def. (4) Ohio State, 4-3 (2) USC def. (3) UCLA, 4-3 Consolation (9) Duke def. (5) Pepperdine, 4-1 (7) Kentucky def. (6) Georgia, 4-2 (8) Oklahoma def. (13) Cal, 4-3 (12) Ole Miss def. (10) Mississippi State, 4-2 (16) Washington def. (11) Florida, 4-1 (14) Tennessee def. (15) Texas A&M, 4-3 Saturday, February 16 - RESULTS Quarterfinals (1) Virginia def. (9) Duke, 4-0 (2) USC def. (7) Kentucky, 4-1 (3) UCLA def. (6) Georgia, 4-1 (4) Ohio State def. (5) Pepperdine, 4-0 Consolation (8) Oklahoma def. (16) Washington, 4-2 (10) Mississippi State def. (15) Texas A&M, 4-0 (13) Cal def. (11) Florida, 4-1 (12) Ole Miss def. (14) Tennessee, 4-1 Friday, February 15 – RESULTS First Round (1) Virginia def. (16) Washington, 4-0 (2) USC def. (15) Texas A&M, 4-0 (3) UCLA def. (14) Tennessee, 4-1 (4) Ohio State def. (13) Cal, 4-0 (5) Pepperdine def. (11) Florida, 4-1 (6) Georgia def. (12) Ole Miss, 4-0 (7) Kentucky def. (10) Mississippi State, 4-0 (9) Duke def. (8) Oklahoma, 4-0

PAST CHAMPIONS AND FINALISTS Year 1973 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Champion Stanford* Stanford Stanford Trinity Stanford* SMU California Pepperdine SMU UCLA* Stanford Pepperdine USC USC California Stanford* UCLA Stanford* UCLA Stanford Stanford* UCLA UCLA Stanford* UCLA Stanford* UCLA Stanford Illinois* Illinois Baylor Georgia Georgia* Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia USC* Virginia*

Coach Dick Gould Dick Gould Dick Gould Bob McKinley Dick Gould Bill McClain Bill Wright Allen Fox Dennis Ralston Glenn Bassett Dick Gould Allen Fox Dick Leach Dick Leach Scott McCain Dick Gould Glenn Bassett Dick Gould Glenn Bassett Dick Gould Dick Gould Billy Martin Billy Martin Dick Gould Billy Martin Dick Gould Billy Martin Dick Gould Craig Tiley Craig Tiley Matt Knoll Manuel Diaz Manuel Diaz Brian Boland Brian Boland Brian Boland Brian Boland Peter Smith Brian Boland

* - Won NCAA title same year

Score Runner-Up 6-3 UCLA 6-3 Michigan 7-2 USC* 7-2 USC 6-3 Trinity 8-1 Trinity 5-4 Stanford* 5-4 Georgia 7-2 Pepperdine 5-4 Stanford 6-3 USC 6-3 SMU 5-4 Clemson 5-3 LSU 5-3 UC-Irvine 5-2 California 5-2 USC* 5-1 TCU 5-2 Tennessee 4-3 Georgia 5-0 Georgia 5-1 Stanford* 4-3 Georgia 5-0 Illinois 4-1 Illinois 4-3 UCLA 4-2 Stanford 4-3 Illinois 4-2 Florida 4-0 UCLA 4-1 Virginia 4-0 Pepperdine* 4-0 Ohio State 4-1 Ohio State 4-1 Georgia 4-1 Tennessee 4-0 Tennessee 4-3 Ohio State 4-2 USC

Host Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Princeton UCLA UCLA UCLA Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Washington Kentucky Washington Kentucky Kentucky Washington Illinois Washington Illinois Washington Illinois Virginia Washington Virginia Washington

Note: Event not held in 1974 and 1981

Tournament Records 2013 All-Tournament Team Singles No. 1 – Blaz Rola, Ohio State No. 2 – Alex Domijan, Virginia No. 3 – Mitchell Frank, Virginia No. 4 – Yannick Hanfmann, USC No. 5 – Clay Thompson, UCLA No. 6 – Eric Johnson, USC

Most Championships: Stanford – 12, UCLA – 7, Virginia – 5, USC – 3, California, Georgia, Illinois, Pepperdine, and SMU – 2; Baylor and Trinity – 1 Most Final Appearances: Stanford - 16, UCLA – 10, Georgia – 7, USC – 8, Virginia – 6, Illinois – 5, Pepperdine - 4, California, Ohio State, SMU, Trinity, and Tennessee – 3, Baylor, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, TCU and UC-Irvine – 1 Most Wins: Stanford – 84, UCLA – 75, Georgia – 71, USC – 61

Doubles No. 1 – Finn Tearney/Francis Alcantara, Pepperdine No. 2 – Garrett Brasseaux/Nathan Pasha, Georgia No. 3 – Blaz Rola/Kevin Metka, Ohio State

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ITA TOURNAMENT AND EVENT CALENDAR

ITA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT & EVENTS CALENDAR 2014 ITA National Division III Men’s Team Indoor Championship, presented by Dickenson Group, LLC Hosted by Case Western, Cleveland, Ohio February 21-23, 2014 ITA Division III Women’s National Team Indoor Championship Hosted by DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana February 28-March 2, 2014 ITA Men’s Collegiate Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Hosted by the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia May 21, 2014 ITA Summer Circuit, presented by the USTA 36 Host Sites July 2014 ITA/USTA National Summer Championships Site TBD August 9-12, 2014 (tentatively) USTA/ITA Regional Championships 88 Campus Sites Small College: September 11-29, 2014 Division I: October 9-20, 2014 Saint Francis/ITA Men’s All-American Championships University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma September 27-October 5, 2014 Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships Riviera Tennis Club, Pacific Palisades, California September 27-October 5, 2014 USTA/ITA National Small College Championships TBD October 9-12, 2014 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing Meadows, New York November 6-9, 2014 ITA Women’s Collegiate Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center at the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia November 15, 2014 ITA Coaches Convention Waldorf Astoria Naples, Naples, Florida December 12-15, 2014 ITA Kick-Off Weekend 30 Campus Sites January 23-25, 2015 GET THE MOST UP TO DATE RESULTS OF THE 2014 ITA MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT WWW.ITATENNIS.COM

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ITA AwArds ProgrAm: dIvIsIon I men’s TennIs 2013 ITA NATIoNAl AwArd wINNers Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year Sam Winterbotham, University of Tennessee ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year Chris Woodruff, University of Tennessee

ITA National Player to Watch Mikelis Libietis, University of Tennessee

ITA/Farnsworth National Senior Player of the Year Jarmere Jenkins, University of Virginia

ITA/Arthur Ashe Jr. Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship Henrique Cunha, Duke University

ITA National Rookie of the Year Romain Bogaerts, Mississippi State University

ITA/Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award Sebastian Fanselow, Pepperdine University

2013 ITA All-AmerIcA TeAm Player

School

S/D

Player

School

S/D

David Vieyra

Alabama

D

Nik Scholtz

Ole Miss

Jarryd Botha

Alabama

D

Alex Sarkissian

Pepperdine

S/D S

Andreas Mies

Auburn

S/D

Sebastian Fanselow

Pepperdine

S

Daniel Cochrane

Auburn

D

Matija Pecotic

Princeton

S

Andre Dome

Cal Poly

S

Tsvetan Mihov

South Carolina

S

Dominique Maden

Clemson

D

Hunter Reese

Tennessee

D

Yannick Maden

Clemson

D

Mikelis Libietis

Tennessee

S/D

Henrique Cunha

Duke

S/D

Chris Camillone

Texas

D

Raphael Hemmeler

Duke

D

David Holiner

Texas

D

Bob van Overbeek

Florida

D

Soren Hess-Olesen

Texas

S

Stephane Piro

Florida

D

Jackson Withrow

Texas A&M

D

Ben Wagland

Georgia

D

Junior Ore

Texas A&M

D

Hernus Pieters

Georgia

D

Japie De Klerk

Tulsa

S

Juan Spir

Georgia Tech

D

Marcos Giron

UCLA

S

Vikram Hundal

Georgia Tech

D

Emilio Gomez

USC

S

Anthony Rossi

Kentucky

S/D

Ray Sarmiento

USC

S

Kevin Lai

Kentucky

D

Yannick Hanfmann

USC

S

Tom Jomby

Kentucky

S/D

Ryan Lipman

Vanderbilt

S

Evan King

Michigan

S

Alex Domijan

Virginia

S

Romain Bogaerts

Mississippi State

S

Jarmere Jenkins

Virginia

S/D

Blaz Rola

Ohio State

S

Mac Styslinger

Virginia

D

Peter Kobelt

Ohio State

S

Kyle McMorrow

Washington

S

Jonas Lutjen

Ole Miss

S/D

About the ITA Awards program: As the governing body of collegiate tennis, the ITA promotes both the athletic and academic achievements of varsity collegiate tennis players. The ITA, which is comprised of nearly 1,700 men’s and women’s varsity coaches and 20,000 student-athletes from over 1,200 institutions, has a comprehensive awards program for players and coaches to honor excellence in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and athletic performance. Awards are given to both men and women, on the Regional and National levels to all Divisions represented within the ITA (NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and Community and Junior Colleges). The ITA annually recognizes over 3,000 studentathletes on an individual and team basis from over 500 different varsity tennis programs. More than 300 coaches participate in the award selection process, serving on Regional and/or National selection committees. For more information on the ITA Awards program, please visit http://www.itatennis.com/AboutITA/AbouttheITA.htm.


ITA Achievement Award Winners

Now in its 20th year, the ITA Achievement Award pays tribute each year to past participants in the world of varsity tennis who have achieved excellence in their chosen careers. The spirit of the award honors both professional success and contributions to society, made either as a direct result of a career, or through humanitarian efforts. 1994 Judge Peggy Brenden, Luther College ’76 Dr. Athan James Shaka, Harvey Mudd College ’80 1995 Dr. Rebecca Birchmore Campen, University of Georgia ’63 Senator John Breaux, University of Southwestern Louisiana ’64 1996 Wilma A. Lewis, Swarthmore College ’78 Roger B. Porter, Brigham Young University ’69 1997 Lisa Hoffstein, University of Pennsylvania ’81 Dr. Bert Vogelstein, University of Pennsylvania ’70 1998 Lieutenant Colonel Gail Allen, U.S. Air Force Academy ’82 Dr. William Bowen, Denison University ’55 1999 Christine Grant, Swarthmore College ’69 Governor Pedro Rossello, University of Notre Dame ’66 2000 Dr. Ruth M. Haude, Indiana State Teachers College of Pennsylvania ’58 Dr. Michael P. Johnson, Clark University ’79 2001 Patricia Beckford Acheson, Queens College (N.C.) ’72 Judge Gerald E. Rosen, Kalamazoo College ’73 2002 Jack Blanton, University of Texas ’47 2003 Gene Sperling, University of Minnesota ’82 2004 Dr. George Fareed, University of California, Berkeley ’66 2005 Steve Appleton, Boise State University ‘82 2006 Thomas Cundy, Florida State University ‘55 2007 Dr. Geoffrey Tabin, Yale University ‘78 2008 Sheridan Snyder, University of Virginia ‘58 2009 John L. Thornton, Harvard University ‘76 2010 Robert A. Swift, Haverford College ‘68 2011 Jon D. Erickson, University of Michigan ‘59 2012 General Ann E. Dunwoody, State University of New York at Cortland ‘75 2013 Roger Crawford, Loyola Marymount University ‘82


2014 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship

2014 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Texas A&M University • Downtown Club at the Met and Galleria Tennis and Athletic Club • February 14-17, 2014 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

DOWNTOWN CLUB AT THE MET AND GALLERIA TENNIS AND ATHLETIC CLUB

Sunday, Feb 16

Sunday, Feb. 16

Saturday, Feb 15 Friday, Feb 14 Saturday, Feb 15 Sunday, Feb 16

Saturday, Feb. 15

Friday, Feb. 14

First Round

First Round

Saturday, Feb. 15

Quarterfinals

FEB. 14-17, 2014

Monday, Feb 17

Sunday, Feb. 16

Semifinals

Quarterfinals

SemiFinals

Virginia (1) 3:00 pm GTAC

Notre Dame (16) 6:00 pm Met

3:00 pm Met

California (8) 6:00 pm GTAC

Miss. State (9) 12:00 pm Met

11:30 pm GTAC

Georgia (4) 12:00 pm GTAC

Texas (13) 9:00 am Met

12:00 pm Met

Ohio State (5) 9:00 am GTAC

6:00 pm Met

9:00 am Met

Florida (12) 12:00 pm Met

Texas A&M (11) 6:00 pm Met

5:00 pm GTAC

9:00 am GTAC

Baylor (6) 6:00 pm GTAC

3:00 pm GTAC

Tennessee (14) 3:00 pm Met

USC (3) 3:00 pm Met

2:00 pm GTAC

Illinois (10) 9:00 am Met

Oklahoma (7) 12:00 pm GTAC

12:00 pm GTAC

Pepperdine (15) 1:00 pm Met

UCLA (2) *all match times are Central Standard Time (CST)

NOTE: Draws not available at time of print. Match times and sites to be determined after the first day of play.

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Monday, Feb. 17

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