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THE UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON and SEATTLE TENNIS CLUB ARE PROUD TO HOST THE

February 15th – 18th nordstrom tennis center and the seattle tennis club

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FEBRUARY 15-18 2013 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME Welcome Letters........................................................................................2

ITA Board of Directors..............................................................................3 Tournament Preview.................................................................................5

ABOUT THE HOST

Venue: Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center................................................. 6 Host Institution: Washington Huskies....................................................7

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

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California Golden Bears........................................................................... 8 Duke Blue Devils....................................................................................... 9. Florida Gators.......................................................................................... 10. Georgia Bulldogs.................................................................................... 11. Kentucky Wildcats.................................................................................. 12. Mississippi Rebels.................................................................................. 13. Mississippi State Bulldogs.................................................................... 14. Ohio State Buckeyes.............................................................................. 15. Oklahoma Sooners................................................................................. 16. Pepperdine Waves................................................................................. 17. Tennessee Volunteers............................................................................ 18. Texas A&M Aggies................................................................................. 19. UCLA Bruins............................................................................................. 20. USC Trojans.............................................................................................. 21. Virginia Cavaliers................................................................................... 22 2012 Results..............................................................................................25 2012 Results/Tournament History..........................................................26 2012-13 Tournament Calendar & Events..............................................27 2013 Tournament Bracket.......................................................................28

The 2013 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship, the signature indoor team tournament of the college tennis season, features 16 of the top men’s programs in the nation. The University of Washington is proud to serve as the host of the 39th-running of the event which will take place at UW’s Nordstrom Tennis Center and the Seattle Tennis Club. This is the seventh time Washington has hosted the event, the last coming in 2011. THE VENUES Matches will take place at two different locations. The Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center is located on the Washington campus, just north of Husky Football Stadium. The Seattle Tennis Club is located at 922 McGilvera, Blvd., just over three miles from campus. Take the Montlake Blvd. exit off Highway 520, and go through the University of Washington Arboretum (Lake Washington Blvd.). Turn left on Madison and turn right onto McGilvra. The club is on the left side of the street. TICKET INFORMATION There are two ways to purchase tickets. The first is to visit the Husky Ticket Office in person at the Graves Building at 3901 Montlake Boulevard or call the HTO at 206-543-2230. You may also purchase tickets online. Purchasing tickets in person at the Husky Ticket Office waives all processing fees. By phone purchase necessitates a $10 per order processing fee. Online purchases come with a $3/ticket + $10 per order processing fee. All sessions (4-day) adults - $25.00 All sessions (4-day) Under 18, Over 65 - $12.00 Single session adult - $10.00 Single session Under 18, Over 65 - $5.00 Washington students with Husky card are free SCHEDULE Friday-Sunday Four matches at both the Nordstrom Tennis Center and Seattle Tennis Club Match times are 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m. Monday Final match at Nordstrom Tennis Center Finals start at 12 p.m.

WELCOME TO SEATTLE

On behalf of the University of Washington Department of Athletics, welcome to the Nordstrom Tennis Center for what will undoubtedly be a wonderful weekend of tennis. The UW is proud to host, for the seventh time, the ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championships. We are also proud of the reputation of the Nordstrom complex and of our staff and know that, with the partnership of the Seattle Tennis Club, Seattle will again prove to be an exceptional host for this prestigious event. As a member of the Seattle Sports Commission, the UW assists, whenever possible, in bringing highquality spectator events to the Seattle area. The level of tennis competition seen during the National Team Indoors weekend certainly fulfills that mission, and we know that spectators and participants alike will be thrilled by the excitement sure to come during the course of this event. So, welcome – whether your experience is on the courts or in the stands, we trust your time here will be memorable. Should you have any comments or questions, please let us know so that we can improve for future hosting opportunities. Enjoy!

Dear players, coaches, officials and fans, The Seattle Tennis Club is very pleased to once again assist the University of Washington in hosting the 2013 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship. Those of you who are tennis historians may be interested to know that the Seattle Tennis Club played a key role in hosting the NCAA tennis championships more than 50 years ago. Two years removed from co-hosting the 2011 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship, the STC has been host to many great Northwest tournaments over its long existence, including the Washington State Open (now in its second century), the National Senior Indoor Championships, as well as many Satellite events. As a former college tennis player myself and son of a college coach, I feel especially proud to take part in this year¹s event, due to the high caliber of play exhibited at the collegiate level, which makes this one of the best tennis events ever in the Northwest. We look forward to this event returning to Seattle in the future, and hosting more of the event’s festivities. On behalf of the members of the Seattle Tennis Club and its Board of Trustees, welcome to Seattle and good luck to all the teams who have qualified for this prestigious event. Most Sincerely,

Scott Woodward Director of Athletics University of Washington

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Doug Verdieck Director of Tennis Seattle Tennis Club

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ITA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The ITA Board of Directors are comprised of the ITA Executive Director and 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. Members can serve three renewable twoyear terms, voted on by the membership. Coaches who have suggestions and ideas are encouraged to contact the Board of Director representative(s) for their division. 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.”

2012-2013 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 Brandon Feldman, Oxford College of Emory U. David Fish, Harvard University Paul Gastonguay, Bates College Andy Girard, Carnegie Mellon University Dee Henry, Biola University Bryan Kalbas, University of North Carolina Nicole Kenneally, University of Colorado

Trevor Kronemann, UC 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, Bentley University

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TOURNAMENT PREVIEW

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON TO HOST 2013 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP

THE 2013 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TENNIS TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY

The field of 16 is set for the 2013 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Men’s Team Indoor Championship. The University of Washington will serve as the host of the 39th annual Championship at the Nordstrom Tennis Center and Seattle Tennis Club in Seattle, WA. Of the 15 No. 1 seeds participating in the fifth-annual ITA Kick-Off Weekend competition, 13 are advancing to Seattle. USC, Virginia, UCLA, Ohio State, Georgia, Pepperdine, Kentucky, Duke, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Mississippi State, Florida, Cal, Ole Miss and Tennessee will join the Huskies of Washington for the right to compete for the prestigious national title.

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The Nordstrom Tennis Center is one of the Northwest’s most modern indoor tennis facilities. The doors of the indoor facility at the University of Washington were opened with dedication ceremonies on June 1, 1989. Later that year, the center was selected by the USTA’s Technical Committee as one of the outstanding tennis facilities of 1989. “The ITA is delighted to return to Seattle, marking the seventh time in the past 14 years that the University of Washington has graciously hosted the ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship,” 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.

FRIDAY, FEB. 15 8 a.m. Match Play 11 a.m. Match Play 2:30 p.m. Match Play 5:30 p.m. Match Play

SATURDAY, FEB. 16 SUNDAY, FEB. 17 MONDAY, FEB. 18 9 a.m. Match Play 12 p.m. Match Play 3:30 p.m. Match Play 6:30 p.m. Match Play 8:30 p.m. Match Play

8 a.m. Match Play 11 a.m. Match Play

12 p.m. Championship Play

2:30 p.m. Match Play 5:30 p.m. Match Play

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Venue • LLOYD NORDSTROM TENNIS CENTER Located just north of Husky Stadium, the Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center is one of the Northwest’s most modern indoor tennis facilities. The doors of the indoor facility at the University of Washington were opened with dedication ceremonies on June 1, 1989. The tennis center, sporting six courts, was made possible by a $2.5 million donation from the family of the late Lloyd Nordstrom. Mr. Nordstrom played on the Husky varsity tennis team from 1930–1932 and was noted for his love of the game and his loyalty to the University. Illsley Nordstrom, his wife, said, “My family is proud to honor the memory of Lloyd W. Nordstrom with the presentation of this indoor tennis center to the University of Washington . . . we feel he would be honored and delighted.” All six courts at the Center have been renamed by Husky tennis donors. In 1999, Court Two was renamed Sosnowy Court in honor of the family that donated the first fully endowed scholarship for women’s tennis. LaGayle and John Sosnowy established the Sosnowy Family Endowed Tennis Scholarship in recognition of their daughter and former Husky, Kori Sosnowy. Then later in the summer, the Sosnowy’s dedicated Court One to UW’s former athletic director, naming it Barbara Hedges Court. John, LaGayle and Kori Sosnowy also established the Barbara Hedges Endowed Women’s Tennis Scholarship. The Sosnowy’s also dedicated Court Three to UW senior associate athletic director, Marie Tuite. They also established the Marie Tuite Endowed Women’s Tennis Scholarship. Court Four was named the Sedlock Family Court in recognition of the Thomas J. Sedlock Endowed Men’s Tennis Scholarship established by Tom and Greta Sedlock. Court Five was named “Sidney Pinch Court” in August 1990, in recognition of the $100,000 donation made by Pinch to the Washington tennis program. Pinch, a long-time Seattle businessman and Tyee Club member, made the donation to fund, in perpetuity, one tennis scholarship each year. The last court to be named was Court Six in 2003, named for Neal Dempsey in recognition of the Neal Dempsey Endowed Scholarship. In addition to the six courts, the complex includes seating for up to 278 spectators, locker rooms, a snack bar and space for other support activities. The Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center aids the Huskies in recruiting the nation’s top competitors to Seattle.

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Prior to the opening of the tennis center, Husky tennis teams rented indoor courts for use during periods of cold and inclement weather. In September of 1989, the Nordstrom Center was selected by the USTA’s Technical Committee as one of the outstanding tennis facilities for 1989. The USTA Facility Awards Program, now in its 21st year, was established to stimulate high standards in the construction industry and then to recognize facilities which make such a positive statement about the vitality of the game. The tennis facility is used primarily as a competition and practice site for the Husky varsity men’s and women’s tennis teams. The center has also been made available to UW students, staff and faculty as scheduling permits.

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Host Institution • WASHINGTON HUSKIES

Left to Right:: Head Coach Matt Anger, Assistant Coach Chris Russell, Rishabh Raman, Dragos Puscalau, Jeff Hawke, Max Manthou, Marton Bots, Kyle McMorrow, Emmett Egger, Nicholas Kamisar, Viktor Farkas, Wendall Watanabe, Nico Lunardi, Volunteer Assistant Coach Scoville Jenkins. Not Pictured: Hudson Barnhart.

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High School /Previous School

Hudson Barnhart Marton Bots Emmett Egger Viktor Farkas Jeff Hawke Nicholas Kamisar Nico Lunardi Max Manthou Kyle McMorrow Dragos Puscalau Rishabh Raman Wendell Watanabe

6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-8 6-3 6-3 5-4 6-3

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HS 2V 1V 1V 1V 1V HS 2V 3V RS HS HS

Wenatchee, Wash. (Insight School of Washington) Budapest, Hungary (Pasareti Gimnazium) Issaquah, Wash. (Insight School of Washington) Bratislava, Slovakia (Gymnazium Jura Hronca) Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. (Palos Verdes) Sammamish, Wash. (Dartmoor) Los Gatos, Calif, (Los Gatos) Tacoma, Wash. (Kentwood) Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks) Newcastle, Wash. (Sammamish) Chennal, India. (SAID) Duvall, Wash. (I-Academy)

Head Coach: Matt Anger Associate Head Coach: Chris Russell

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scoville Jenkins

Q U I C K FA C T S WASHINGTON AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Matt Anger (300-143, 19th year) 2010 Record: 17-9 2010 NCAA Result: First Round 2010 Final ITA Ranking: No. 28 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2 GET THE MOST UP TO DATE RESULTS OF THE 2013 ITA MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT

HUSKIES IN THE TEAM INDOORS 2011 - Tied for eleventh 2008 – Tied for eleventh 2006 – Tied for seventh 2004 – Tied for ninth 2001 – Tied for fifth 1999 – Tied for seventh

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Participating Team • CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS

Top Row Left to Right: Manager Stephen Harlan, Jordan Smith, assistant coach Tyler Browne, head coach Peter Wright, volunteer assistant coach Zack Warren, manager Moustafa Ismail, manager Andrew Pises. Middle Row Left to Right: Nikhil Jayashankar, Ben McLachlan, Christoffer Konigsfeldt, Chase Melton, Jack Sanford, Wyatt Houghton. Bottom Row Left to Right: Stuart Miller, Campbell Johnson, Mads Engsted, Riki McLachlan, Andrew Scholnick, Gregory Bayane.

2013 ROSTER Name Ht. Gregory Bayane 5-11 Mads Engsted 6-1 Wyatt Houghton 6-5 Nikhil Jayashankar 6-0 Campbell Johnson 5-10 Christoffer Konigsfeldt 6-2 Ben McLachlan 6-0 Riki McLachlan 5-11 Chase Melton 6-0 Stuart Miller 5-7 Jack Sanford 6-0 Jordan Smith 6-7 Head Coach: Peter Wright Assistant Coach: Tyler Browne

Cl. SO FR FR SO JR SR JR SR RS SO FR SO FR

Exp. 1V HS HS TR TR 3V 2V 3V 1V HS RS HS

High School/Previous School Meaux, France (Institut de Lyon) Aarhus, Denmark (VUC Aarhus) Westlake Village, Calif. (Oaks Christian HS) Saratoga, Calif. (Northwestern) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (Georgia) Rungsted Kyst, Denmark (Rungsted Gymnasium) Queenstown, New Zealand (Wakatipu HS) Queenstown, New Zealand (Wakatipu HS) Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS) Napa, Calif. (Napa HS) Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Oaks Christian HS) Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island HS)

Q U I C K FA C T S CALIFORNIA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Peter Wright (255-87, 20th year) 2012 Record: 14-12 2012 NCAA Result: First Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 14 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By California 1st – Defeated Michigan, 4-3 2nd – Defeated Pacific, 5-2

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Participating Team • DUKE BLUE DEVILS

Top Row (l to r): Kyle Spencer, Assistant Coach Jonathan Stokke, Jason Tahir, Cale Hammond, Michael Redlicki, Chris Mengel, Fred Saba, Head Coach Ramsey Smith First Row (l to r): Josh Levine, Daniel McCall, Henrique Cunha, Raphael Hemmeler, Bruno Semenzato

2013 ROSTER Name Henrique Cunha Cale Hammond Raphael Hemmeler Josh Levine Daniel McCall Chris Mengel Michael Redlicki Fred Saba Bruno Semenzato Jason Tahir

Ht. 5-10 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-3 6-7 6-2 5-9 6-3

Wt. 160 190 150 183 162 168 182 180 145 193

Yr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So.

High School /Previous School Jaú, Brazil (Porto Alvorada) Tulsa, Okla. (Bishop Kelley High School ) Zurich, Switzerland (K & S Ramibuhl) Syosset, N.Y. (Cold Spring Harbor) San Francisco, Calif. (Drew School) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Shady Side Academy) Hawthorn Woods, Ill. (Lake Zurich) Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Saviano High Performance Tennis Acad.) Sao Paulo, Brazil (Colégio Energia) Rochester, N.Y. (The Harley School)

Head Coach: Ramsey Smith Assistant Coach: Jonathan Stokke

Q U I C K FA C T S DUKE AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Ramsey Smith (92-36, fifth year) 2012 Record: 25-6 2012 NCAA Result: Second Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/3

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Duke 1st – Defeated Middle Tennessee State, 7-0 2nd – Defeated Northwestern, 4-0

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Participating Team • FLORIDA GATORS

Front Row: Manager Jack McDonald, Gordon Watson, Billy Federhofer, Luke Johnson, Stephane Piro, Athletic Trainer Michael Schiavone Back Row: Head Coach Bryan Shelton, Volunteer Assistant Scott Perelman, Florent Diep, Thomas Proisy, Bob van Overbeek, Michael Alford, Stringer Chris McDonald, Assistant Coach Amer Delic. Not Pictured: Diego Hidalgo, Spencer Newman

2013 ROSTER Name Michael Alford Florent Diep Billy Federhofer Diego Hidalgo Luke Johnson Spencer Newman Stephane Piro Bob van Overbeek Gordon Watson

Ht. 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11

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Head Coach: Bryan Shelton Assistant Coach: Amer Delic

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High School/Previous School Tampa, Fla./Wharton High School Paris, France North Miami, Fla./Dr. Michael Krop High School Guayaquil, Ecuador/ Pert High School Leeds, England/Greenhead 6th Form College Miami/Kaplan College Preparatory School Marseille, France Boca Raton, Fla./Kaplan College Preparatory School Naples, FL/First Baptist Academy

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Perelman

Q U I C K FA C T S FLORIDA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Bryan Shelton (0-0, first year) 2010 Record: 16-10 2010 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2010 Final ITA Ranking: No. 12 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Florida 1st – Defeated St. John’s, 7-0 2nd – Defeated UNC-Wilmington, 4-2

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Participating Team • GEORGIA BULLDOGS

Front row (l to r): Austin Smith, Ben Wagland, Marco Nunez, Hernus Pieters, Nathan Pasha. Back row (l to r): Garrett Brasseaux, Nick Wood, Will Oliver, KU Singh, Casey Kay, Eric Diaz.

2013 ROSTER Name Garrett Brasseaux Eric Diaz Casey Kay Marco Nunez Will Oliver Nathan Pasha Hernus Pieters KU Singh Austin Smith Ben Wagland Nick Wood

Ht. 5-7 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-10

Cl. Jr. RSo. RFr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown / Previous School Mandeville, La./St. Paul’s School Athens, Ga./Monsignor Donovan Atlanta, Ga./Alpharetta High Monterrey, Mexico/Homeschool San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Atlanta, Ga./Kaplan Online Pretoria, South Africa/Hoerskool Waterkloof Gurgaon, Haryana, India/Nat’ Inst. of Open Schooling Cumming, Ga./Keystone New South Wales, Australia Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic

Head Coach: Manual Diaz Association Head Coach: Will Glenn

Volunteer Coach: Tristan Venables

Q U I C K FA C T S GEORGIA AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Manual Diaz (559-117, 25th year) 2012 Record: 26-3 2012 NCAA Result: Quarterfinals 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Georgia 1st – Defeated Vanderbilt, 4-3 2nd – Defeated VCU, 4-1

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Participating Team • KENTUCKY WILDCATS

2011 ROSTER 2012-13 Kentucky men’s tennis team: Back Row (L-R): Rob Silver, Panav Jha, Brett Johnson, Anthony Rossi, Cedric Kauffmann, Tom Jomby, Maks Gold, Beck Pennington, Matt Emery; Front Row (L-R): Michael Binder, Ryuji Hirooka, Alejandro Gomez, Juan Pablo Murra, Kevin Lai, Grant Roberts.

2013 ROSTER Name Michael Binder Maks Gold Alejandro Gomez Ryuji Hirooka Panav Jha Brett Johnson Tom Jomby Kevin Lai Charles Minc Juan Pablo Murra Beck Pennington Grant Roberts Anthony Rossi

Ht. Cl. Hometown 5-8 FR Dettenhausen, Germany 6-2 JR Louisville, Ky. (Kentucky Country Day) 6-1 JR Cali, Colombia (Pendleton School (Bradenton, Fla.)) 5-10 JR Tokyo, Japan 6-3 JR Pointe Claire, Montreal (Laurel Springs) 6-1 SO Louisville, Ky. (Christian Academy of Louisville) 6-6 JR Nantes, France 5-9 FR Taiwan 5-10 SO France 6-1 FR Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico 6-2 FR Bowling Green, Ky. 5-10 JR Lexington, Ky. (Tates Creek High School) 6-2 SR Marseille, France (CNED Rennes)

Head Coach: Cedric Kauffmann Associate Head Coach: Matt Emery

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Rob Silver

Q U I C K FA C T S KENTUCKY AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Cedric Kauffmann (0-0, first year) 2012 Record: 28-6 2012 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Kentucky 1st – Defeated Michigan State, 4-2 2nd – Defeated Texas, 4-1

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Participating Team • MISSISSIPPI REBELS

Back Row (L to R): Joe Rogers, Johan Backstrom, head coach Billy Chadwick, associate head coach Toby Hansson, William Kallberg, Nik Scholtz. Front Row (L to R): Zach Wilder, Adrian Forberg Skogeng, Jonas Lutjen, Stefan Lindmark.

2013 ROSTER NAME Johan Backstrom Adrian Forberg Skogeng Drew Galtney Vinod Gowda William Kallberg Stefan Lindmark Jonas Lutjen Joe Rogers Nik Scholtz Zach Wilder

YR Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr.

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

HOMETOWN (Last School) Uppsala, Sweden (Celsiusskolan) Oslo, Norway (Wang Toppldrett) Houston, Texas (Episcopal) Bangalore, India (Cauvery College) Stockholm, Sweden (Enskilda Gymnasiet) Stockholm, Sweden (Idrottsgymnasium) Schessel, Germany (Humboltschule) Brighton, UK (Varndean College) Caledon, South Africa (Paarl Boys) Oxford, Miss. (Oxford)

Head Coach: Billy Chadwick Assistant Coach: Toby Hansson

Q U I C K FA C T S OLE MISS AT A GLANCE:

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Billy Chadwick (524-239, 30st year) 2012 Record: 15-9 2012 NCAA Result: Round of 16 2012 Final Ranking: No. 14 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/2

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Ole Miss 1st – Defeated Columbia, 4-1 2nd – Defeated NC State, 4-0

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Participating Team • MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS

Front Row (L-R): Romain Bogaerts, Stefan Vinti, Jordan Angus, Pedro Dumont. Back Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Matt Roberts, Manager Andrew Kirkland, Zach White, Ethan Wilkinson, James Chaudry, Malte Stropp, Head Coach Per Nilsson.

2013 ROSTER Name Jordan Angus Romain Bogaert James Chaudry Pedro Dumont Malte Stropp Stefan Vinti Zach White Ethan Wilkinson

Ht. 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-1

Cl. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

Wt. 154 164 165 205 170 160 175 177

Hometown/Previous School London, England (Parmiter’s School) Huppaye, Belgium (Jury Central) Southampton, England (Ralph Allen School) Brasilia, Brazil (Anglo Americano) Dusseldorf, Germany (Albert Einstein Gymnasium) Medias, Romania (Axente Sever Teoretic HS) Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada (Independent Learning Center) Queensland, Australia (Itawamba Community College)

Head Coach: Per Nilsson Assistant Coach: Matt Roberts

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HOW THEY GOT HERE

Head Coach (Record at school): Per Nilsson (5855, 6th year) 2012 Record: 20-7 2012 NCAA Result: Second Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/3

Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Mississippi State 1st – Defeated LSU, 7-0 2nd – Defeated Auburn, 7-0

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Participating Team • OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

Standing (l-r): Head Coach Ty Tucker, Bryan Koniecko, Peter Kobelt, Ille Van Engelen, Devin McCarthy, Kevin Metka, Blaz Rola, Assistant Coach Justin Kronauge, Volunteer Assistant Coach David Schilling / Kneeling (l-r): Constantin Christ, Chris Diaz, Connor Smith, Ralf Steinbach, Evan Bechtel, Hunter Callahan.

2013 ROSTER NAME Evan Bechtel Hunter Callahan Constantin Christ Chris Diaz Peter Kobelt Devin McCarthy Kevin Metka Blaz Rola Connor Smith Ralf Steinbach Ille Van Engelen

HGT 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-7 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-3

CL FR RS SO FR RS FR RS JR RS SR RS SO JR SR FR JR

HOMETOWN (Previous School) Toledo, Ohio (SMU) Lower Gwynedd, Pa. (Agora Online) Eppstein, Germany (Friedrich-Dessauer) Columbus, Ohio (Bishop Watterson) New Albany, Ohio (New Albany) Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) Worthington, Ohio (Worthington Kilbourne) Ptuj, Slovenia (Gimnazja Ptuj) Tampa, Fla. (Florida State) Halle, Germany (Sportgymnasium Halle) Eindhoven, Netherlands (Pleincollege Sint-Joris)

Head Coach: Ty Tucker Assistant Coach: Justin Kronauge Volunteer Assistant Coach: David Schilling

Q U I C K FA C T S OHIO STATE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Ty Tucker (36758, 14th year) 2012 Record: 34-4 2012 NCAA Result: Quarterfinals 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Ohio State 1st – Defeated East Tennessee State, 7-0 2nd – Defeated Miami, 7-0

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Participating Team • OKLAHOMA SOONERS

Back Row (l-r): Head Coach John Roddick, Guillermo Alcorta, Leonard Stakhovsky, Dane Webb, Axel Alvarez Llamas, Costin Paval, Assistant Coach Bo Hodge / Front Row (l-r): Peerakit Siributwong, Lawrence Formentera, Nick Papac, Ryan Proctor, John Harrison Warden.

2013 ROSTER Name Guillermo Alcorta Axel Alvarez Llamas Lawrence Formentera Nick Papac Costin Paval Ryan Proctor Peerakit Siributwong Leonard Stakhovsky John Harrison Warden Dane Webb

Cl. RS-Jr. Fr. Sr. RS.-So. Sr. Rs.-Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So.

Ht. 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-2

Hometown Bilbao, Spain Asturias, Spain Temecula, Calif. Norman, Okla. Bucharest, Romania Tulsa, Okla. Bangkok, Thailand Kiev, Ukraine Tulsa, Okla. Richardson, Texas

High School/Previous School Fomento-Foundation University Centro de Alto Rendimiento Gorman Learning Center Fresno State Mincea Eliade Union High School Suan Desit Rajabhat University Gymnazium Jiriho Wolkera University of Oklahoma High School Richardson High School

Head Coach: John Roddick Associate Head Coach: Bo Hodge

Q U I C K FA C T S OKLAHOMA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): John Roddick (54-20, fourth year) 2012 Record: 19-4 2012 NCAA Result: Second Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 10 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/2

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Oklahoma 1st – Defeated Memphis, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Harvard, 4-0

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Participating Team • PEPPERDINE WAVES

Back Row: Head Coach Adam Steinberg, Pedro Leme, Sebastian Fanselow, Alex Sarkissian, Finn Tearney, Assistant Coach Jason Cook Front Row: Kento Tanaka-Tamaki, Mousheg Hovhannisyan, David Sofaer, Francis Alcantara

2013 ROSTER Name Alcantara, Francis Fanselow, Sebastian Gryzelko, Damian Hovhannisyan, Mousheg Sarkissian, Alex Sofaer, David Tanaka-Tamaki, Kento Tearney, Finn

Ht. 5-8 6-4 5-7 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-11

Cl. JR SR FR SR RS JR JR SO SR

Exp. TR 3V HS 3V TR 2V 1V 3V

High School /Previous School Cagayan de Oro, Philippines/Xavier High School/Fresno St. Essen, Germany/Kaplan College Prep School London, England/Saddlebrook Preparatory School North Hollywood, Calif./Continental Academy Glendale, Calif./Verdugo Academy/Glendale CC Bellevue Hill, Australia/Sydney Distance Education HS Kihei, Hawaii/St. Anthony Junior-Senior HS Wellington, New Zealand/Wellington College

Head Coach: Adam Steinberg Assistant Coach: Jason Cook

Q U I C K FA C T S PEPPERDINE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Adam Steinberg (221-73, 11th year) 2012 Record: 27-7 2012 NCAA Result: Semifinals 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/5

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Pepperdine 1st – Defeated Denver, 7-0 2nd – Defeated Texas, 6-1

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Participating Team • TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS

Back Row (l to r): Ben Testerman, Sam Winterbotham, Chris Woodruff, Bartosz Sawicki, John Collins, Mikelis Libietis, Edward Jones, Jarryd Chaplin, Mike Lutz, Andrew Hollowell, Graham Carney. Front Row: Brandon Fickey, Hunter Reese, Colton Norton, Taylor Patrick, Sebastian Yllera.

2013 ROSTER Name Jarryd Chaplin John Collins Brandon Fickey Edward Jones Mikelis Libietis Colton Norton Taylor Patrick Hunter Reese Bartosz Sawicki Sebastian Yllera

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

Weight 187 175 173 156 199 174 149 172 176 155

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

Hometown Sydney, Australia Bowie, Md. Knoxville, Tenn. Carmarthen, Wales Priekuli, Latvia Jackson, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Kennesaw, Ga. Ponzan, Poland Rio Negro, Argentina

Last School Karabar High School University of Maryland Webb School of Knoxville Millfield College Murijanu Sprota Gimnazija University School of Jackson Bearden High School North Cobb High School Sopockiej Tennis Academy Seadea Distance Academy

Head Coach: Sam Winterbotham Assistant Coach: Chris Woodruff

Q U I C K FA C T S TENNESSEE AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Steve Denton (57-28, fourth year) 2012 Record: 15/14 2012 NCAA Result: Second Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 20 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Illinois 1st – Defeated Illinois, 4-0 2nd – Defeated North Carolina, 4-1

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Participating Team • TEXAS A&M AGGIES

Back (Left-to-Right): Bob McKinnley, Steve Denton, Jackson Withrow, Jeremy Efferding, Niall Angus, Shane Vinsant, Harrison Adams, Kevin O’Shea, Alexis Klegou. Front (Left-to-Right): Jared Johnson, Jordan Szabo, Junior Ore, Behzad Minavi.

2013 ROSTER Name Harrison Adams Niall Angus Alberto Bautista Jeremy Efferding Behzad Minavi Junior Ore Jordan Szabo Shane Vinsant Jackson Withrow

Cl. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. So.

Ht. 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-1

Ex. Hometown HS New Braunfels, Texas 3L London, England 2L McAllen, Texas 1L Boca Raton, Fla. 1L Houston, Texas 2L Gaithersburg, Md. 1L Victoria, Australia HS Keller, Texas 1L Omaha, Neb.

Head Coach: Steve Denton Associate Head Coach: Bob McKinley

Q U I C K FA C T S TEXAS A&M AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Steve Denton (118-51, 7th year) 2012 Record: 14-15 2012 NCAA Result: Second Round 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 30 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Stanford 1st – Defeated Stanford, 4-0 2nd – Defeated San Diego, 7-0

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Participating Team • UCLA BRUINS

Front Row (L-R): Dennis Novikov, Adrien Puget, Clay Thompson, Maxime Tabatruong, Alex Brigham. Middle Row (L-R): Head Coach Billy Martin, Dennis Mkrtchian, Karue Sell, Seth Stolar, Marcos Giron, Ryoto Tachi, Connor Gurley, Assistant Coach Grant Chen. Back Row (L-R): Volunteer Assistant Coach Rikus deVilliers, Team Manager David Vu, Team Manager Monica Truong-N, Team Manager Raymond Ajoc, Director of Tennis Operations Evan Lee.

2013 ROSTER Name Alex Brigham Marcos Giron Connor Gurley Dennis Mkrtchian Dennis Novikov Adrien Puget Karue Sell Seth Stolar Maxime Tabatruong Ryoto Tachi Clay Thompson

Ht. 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-6

Yr. RSr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. RFr. Fr. Sr. RFr. Jr.

R/L R R R R R R R R R R R

Hometown (Last School) Culver City, CA (Pacifica Christian) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks) Danville, CA (San Ramon Valley) Reseda, CA (Sherman Oaks CES) San Jose, CA (Kaplan College Prep) Le Haillan, France (Hector Berlioz) Jaragua do Sul, Brazil (Colegia Unificado) Encino, CA (Laurel Springs) Paris, France (CNED) Tokyo, Japan (Laurel Springs) Venice Beach, CA (Crossroads)

Head Coach: Billy Martin Assistant Coach: Krzysztof Kwinta Volunteer Assistant Coach: Rikus de Villiers

Q U I C K FA C T S UCLA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Billy Martin (427-90, 20th year) 2012 Record: 26-4 2012 NCAA Result: Semifinals 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By UCLA 1st – Defeated Cal Poly, 4-0 2nd – Defeated BYU, 6-1

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Participating Team • USC TROJANS

Front row (l-r): Head coach Peter Smith, Jonny Wang, Michael Grant, Ray Sarmiento, Vol. Asst. Coach Peter Lucassen, Michael Tang, Eric Johnson. Back row (l-r): Max de Vroome, Yannick Hanfmann, Corey Smith, Nick Hoyle, Emilio Gomez, Roberto Quiroz, Asst. Coach Krzysztof Kwinta

2013 ROSTER Name Ht. Max De Vroome 6-5 Emilio Gomez 6-3 Michael Grant 5-11 Yannick Hanfmann 6-4 Nick Hoyle Eric Johnson 6-2 Roberto Quiroz 6-3 Ray Sarmiento 5-10 Corey Smith 6-3 Michael Tang 5-11 Jonny Wang 5-10

Cl. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So.

Exp. HS 2V 1V 1V HS 1V 1V 2V 2V HS 1V

Head Coach: Peter Smith Associate Head Coach: Krzysztof Kwinta

Hometown / High School Vught, Netherlands (Maurick College) Guayaquil, Ecuador (Colegio Pert) London, England (Santa Barbara HS) Karlsruhe, Germany (Otto-Hahn Gymnasium) San Jose, Calif. (Laurel Springs HS) Guayaquil, Ecuador (Colegio Pert) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Kaplan HS) San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma HS) Irvine, Calif. (University HS) San Marino, Calif. (San Marino HS) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Peter Lucassen

Q U I C K FA C T S USC AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Peter Smith (212-62, ninth year) 2012 Record: 33-1 2012 NCAA Result: NCAA Champions 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By USC 1st – Defeated San Diego State, 4-0 2nd – Defeated Fresno State, 4-0

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Participating Team • VIRGINIA CAVALIERS

Tagline for team photo: Top row (l to r): Jonathan Cornish, Dino Dell’Orto, Mitchell Polnet, Harrison Richmond, Julen Uriguen, Brian Fang, Mitchell Frank, Jarmere Jenkins. Bottom row (l to r): Ian Uriguen, Justin Shane, Ryan Shane, Alex Domijan, Mac Styslinger, Alex Scheinman.

2013 ROSTER Name Cl. Jonathan Cornish Fr. Dino Dell’Orto Sr. Alex Domijan Jr. Brian Fang Sr. Mitchell Frank So. Jarmere Jenkins Sr. Mitchell Polnet Fr. Harrison Richmond Fr. Alex Scheinman Fr. Justin Shane Jr. Ryan Shane Fr. Mac Styslinger Fr. Ian Uriguen Jr. Julen Uriguen Sr. Head Coach: Brian Boland Assistant Coach: Andres Pedroso

Ht. Hometown/Previous School 6-1 London, England/Reed’s 6-1 Hong Kong, China/Kaplan College Preparatory School 6-7 Wesley Chapel, Fla./Saddlebrook Academy 6-0 Hacienda Heights, Calif./Laurel Springs 6-0 Annandale, Va./Annandale 5-11 College Park, Ga./Alpha Omega Academy 5-8 Churchville, Pa./Keystone Online 6-0 Pawleys Island, S.C./Waccamaw 6-0 Los Angeles, Calif./Home Schooled 6-5 Falls Church, Va./JEB Stuart 6-4 Falls Church, Va./JEB Stuart 6-4 Birmingham, Ala./IMG Academy 6-2 Guatemala City, Guatemala/Kaplan Preparatory School 6-0 Guatemala City, Guatemala/Kaplan Preparatory School Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Brown

Q U I C K FA C T S VIRGINIA AT A GLANCE: Head Coach (Record at school): Brian Boland (305-47, 12th year) 2012 Record: 39-2 2012 NCAA Result: Runner-Up 2012 Final ITA Ranking: No. 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4

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HOW THEY GOT HERE Qualifying Rounds Hosted By Virginia 1st – Defeated North Florida, 9-0 2nd – Defeated East Arkansas, 6-1

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The USTA and ITA providing opportunities to student-athletes, college campuses and their communities

USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships

USTA/ITA National Small College Championships

USTA/ITA Regional Championships

November 7-10, 2013

October 10-13, 2013

September/October, 2013

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Flushing, NY

Copeland-Cox Tennis Center Mobile, AL

87 Events Held Across the Country

CAMPUS SHOWDOWNS:

CAMPUS KIDS’ DAYS:

CAMPUS QUICKSTART:

What are they?

What are they?

What is it?

One day tournaments open to juniors, college players and others that allow them to compete with some of the best college players. Campus Showdowns are held on college campuses with the college coach acting as tournament director.

Campus Kids’ Days are designed to expose more junior players (and their parents) to college tennis and are held during a collegiate dual match. Each event can offer a variety of activities such as raffles, exhibition matches, fast serve contest, autograph signings, etc.

The Campus QuickStart recognition program was created to recognize those college coaches who embrace and utilize the QuickStart format in their camps, clinics and other tennis outreach events targeted at the 10 and Under market.

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ITA 2012 RESULTS/TOURNAMENT HISTORY PAST CHAMPIONS AND FINALISTS

2012 RESULTS ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: FINALS #1 USC def. #3 Ohio State, 4-3 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: SEMIFINALS #1 USC def. #4 Georgia, 4-1 #3 Ohio State def. #2 Virginia, 4-1 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: QUARTERFINALS #1 USC def. #10 Duke, 4-2 #4 Georgia def. #5 Florida, 4-3 #3 Ohio State def. #6 Kentucky, 4-0 #2 Virginia def. #9 Stanford, 4-0 ITA NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: FIRST ROUND #1 USC def. #16 Tennessee, 4-0 #2 Virginia def. #15 Auburn, 4-0 #3 Ohio State def. #14 Texas, 4-2 #4 Georgia def. #13 California, 4-0 2012 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Singles No. 1 – Steve Johnson, USC No. 2 – Blaz Rola, Ohio State No. 3 – Daniel Nguyen, USC No. 4 – Emilio Gomez, USC No. 5 – Yannick Hanfmann, USC No. 6 – Nathan Pasha, Georgia Doubles No. 1 – Bradley Klahn/Ryan Thacher, Stanford No. 2 – Daniel Nguyen/Ray Sarmiento, USC No. 3 – Peter Kobelt/Connor Smith, Ohio State

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

Champion Coach Stanford* Dick Gould Stanford Dick Gould Stanford Dick Gould Trinity Bob McKinley Stanford* Dick Gould SMU Bill McClain California Bill Wright Pepperdine Allen Fox SMU Dennis Ralston UCLA* Glenn Bassett Stanford Dick Gould Pepperdine Allen Fox USC Dick Leach USC Dick Leach California Scott McCain Stanford* Dick Gould UCLA Glenn Bassett Stanford* Dick Gould UCLA Glenn Bassett Stanford Dick Gould Stanford* Dick Gould UCLA Billy Martin UCLA Billy Martin Stanford* Dick Gould UCLA Billy Martin Stanford* Dick Gould UCLA Billy Martin Stanford Dick Gould Illinois* Craig Tiley Illinois Craig Tiley Baylor Matt Knoll Georgia Manuel Diaz Georgia* Manuel Diaz Virginia Brian Boland Virginia Brian Boland Virginia Brian Boland Virginia Brian Boland USC* Peter Smith

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

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

* - Won NCAA title same year Note: Event not held in 1974 and 1981 Tournament Records Most Championships: Stanford – 12, UCLA – 7, Virginia – 4, USC – 3, California, Georgia, Illinois, Pepperdine, and SMU – 2; Baylor and Trinity – 1. Most Final Appearances: Stanford - 16, UCLA – 10, Georgia – 7, USC – 7, Illinois and Virginia – 5, Pepperdine - 4, California, SMU, Trinity, and Tennessee – 3, Ohio State – 3, Baylor, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, TCU and UC-Irvine – 1. Most Wins: Stanford – 84, UCLA – 73, Georgia – 70, USC – 58

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ITA 2013 TOURNAMENT AND EVENT CALENDAR

2013 National Tournament Calendar ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship

Hosted by University of Virginia * Boar’s Head Sports Club * Charlottesville, Virginia February 8-11, 2013

ITA Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship Hosted by University of Washington * Seattle, Washington February 15-18, 2013

ITA Division III National Men’s Team Indoor Championship Hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College * St. Peter, Minnesota February 22-24, 2013

ITA Division III National Women’s Team Indoor Championship Hosted by DePauw University * Greencastle, Indiana March 1-3, 2013

USTA/ITA Regional Championships 88 Campus Sites Small College: September 14-29, 2013 Division I: October 12-22, 2013

ITA Men’s All-American Championships University of Tulsa * Tulsa, Oklahoma September 28-October 6, 2013

ITA/Riviera Women’s All-American Championships Riviera Tennis Club * Pacific Palisades, California September 28-October 6, 2013

USTA/ITA National Small College Championships Copeland-Cox Tennis Center * Mobile, Alabama October 10-13, 2013

USTA/ITA National Collegiate Wheelchair Championships Copeland-Cox Tennis Center * Mobile, Alabama October 11-13, 2013

USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center * Flushing Meadows, New York November 7-10, 2013

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ITA MEN’S TEAM INDOOR TOURNAMENT BRACKET

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

NORDSTROM TENNIS CENTER (N) & SEATTLE TENNIS CLUB (S)

FEB. 15-18, 2013

Sunday Saturday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday

8:00 a.m. (N)

8:00 a.m. (S)

11:00 a.m. (N)

11:00 a.m. (S)

12:00 p.m. (N)

2:30 p.m. (N)

2:30 p.m. (S)

5:30 p.m. (N)

5:30 p.m. (S)

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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