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Emanuel Brighiu

Jr. | 2009 All-MWC Singles & Doubles 2009 NCAA Doubles Qualifier

Slah Mbarek

So. | 2009 All-MWC Singles & Doubles

HORNED FROG TENNIS 2010 MEDIA GUIDE


TCU Head Coach

DAVE BORELLI

22nd Collegiate Season | 416-107 (.795) 36th Season Overall as Coach

Women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Hall of Fame Induction, Nov. 2010 Seven-Time National Champion 13-Time Conference Champion 60 All-Americans Coached Five Collegiate Singles Champions Coached One Collegiate Doubles Champion Coached 2006 MWC Women’s Coach of the Year 2005 Conference USA Women’s Coach of the Year 2005 ITA Southwest Region Women’s Coach of the Year 1997 U.S. Professional Tennis Association Pro of the Year 1981 NCAA Coach of the Year Former Men’s Pro Program Director, USA Development

TCU Men’s Accomplishments Under Borelli: • Two-Time MWC Regular Season Championships (2008, 2009) • 2008 MWC Tournament Championship • Twelve All-Mountain West Conference Awards • Two NCAA Regionals Appearances


Contents THIS IS FROG TENNIS Table of Contents..................................................................................................................................................................1 This is Frog Tennis......................................................................................................................................................... 2-3 Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.................................................................................................................. 4-5 TCU Coaching Legacy.....................................................................................................................................................6 Climbing the Mountain West Conference........................................................................................................7 2010 Season Preview................................................................................................................................................ 8-9 2010 TCU Roster/Schedule.................................................................................................................................. 10 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Dave Borelli................................................................................................................................. 12-14 Assistant Coach Jason Marshall.......................................................................................................................... 15 Support Staff............................................................................................................................................................... 16-17 2010 TCU HORNED FROGS Emanuel Brighiu....................................................................................................................................................... 20-21 Slah Mbarek.......................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Kelubia Mabatah............................................................................................................................................................... 23 Cameron Nash.................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Zach Nichols......................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Christopher Price.............................................................................................................................................................. 26 Paul Chappell....................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Santiago Centeno............................................................................................................................................................ 28 Marius-Adrian Cirstea................................................................................................................................................... 29 Sören Goritzka.................................................................................................................................................................... 30 TCU HISTORY AND RECORDS 2009 Season Review.......................................................................................................................................... 32-33 2009 Season Results/Statistics......................................................................................................................... 34 2009 Postseason Review and Awards.......................................................................................................... 35 Yearly Results..............................................................................................................................................................36-39 All-Time Series Results....................................................................................................................................... 40-42 TCU All-Americans.......................................................................................................................................................... 43 Individual Honors..................................................................................................................................................... 44-45 Individual Records................................................................................................................................................... 45-46 Coaching History................................................................................................................................................................47 TCU Coaching Legend: Tut Bartzen................................................................................................................. 48 Individual Rankings History...................................................................................................................................... 49 NCAA Championships History..................................................................................................................... 50-51 National Tournament Results......................................................................................................................... 52-53 Frogs in the Pros...................................................................................................................................................... 54-55 All-Time Letterwinners.........................................................................................................................................56-57 TCU Compliance Information................................................................................................................................. 58 THIS IS TCU 2009 Horned Frog Athletics Success................................................................................................... 60-61 Exploring TCU............................................................................................................................................................ 62-63 Success in Academics........................................................................................................................................ 64-65 What’s New at TCU................................................................................................................................................ 66-67 In the Heart of the Metroplex........................................................................................................................68-69 TCU Chancellor Dr. Victor Boschini....................................................................................................................70 TCU Athletics Director Chris Del Conte/Athletics Administration...........................................71 Media Information.............................................................................................................................................................72 ON THE COVER: Top: returning All-Mountain West Conference performers Emanuel Brighiu (left) and Slah Mbarek (right). Below: TCU’s trophies since joining the Mountain West Conference in 2005-06 (2008, ‘09 Regular Season champions; 2006, ‘08 Tournament champions).

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..................................................................................................................Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment.........................................................................................................................................8,853 Founded............................................................................................................................................... 1873 Nickname......................................................................................................................Horned Frogs Colors.......................................................................................................................Purple and White Conference............................................................................................................... Mountain West Chancellor............................................................................................ Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director...............................................................................................Chris Del Conte Home Courts...........................................................Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Outdoor Courts (Capacity)..................................................................................... 22 (1,500) Indoor Courts (Capacity).................................................................................................. 5 (250) Tennis Center Phone....................................................................................(817) 257-7960 COACHING STAFF Head Coach.............................................................................Dave Borelli (fourth season) Alma Mater.......................................................................................................................... USC, 1974 Career Head Coaching Record............................................................. 416-107 (.795) Record at TCU............................................................................................................42-32 (.568) Assistant Coach......................................................... Jason Marshall (second season) MEN’S TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record.................................................................................................................................12-12 MWC Regular Season Finish...................................................................................................1st MWC Championship Finish.....................................................................................................2nd NCAA Championships Finish...............................................1st Round (Tulsa, Okla.) Final 2008 Ranking................................................................................................................No. 38 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................................................................................7/4 TCU MEDIA RELATIONS Director................................................................................................................................Mark Cohen Men’s Tennis Contact...................................................................................... Andy Anderson Office Phone.......................................................................................................(817) 257-5367 Cell Phone............................................................................................................ (817) 343-6465 E-mail.............................................................................................................a.anderson2@tcu.edu Mailing Address.............................................................................................TCU Box 297600 ...........................................................................................................................Fort Worth, TX 76129 Overnight Address.................................................................................2900 Stadium Drive ...........................................................................................................................Fort Worth, TX 76129 Web site.............................................................................................................. www.GoFrogs.com Mountain West Web site......................................................................www.TheMWC.com Please, Just TCU Though the TCU Department of Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) Athletics. Therefore, we respectfully urge that the university’s teams be identified with an appropriate appellation - TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage. Thank you for your cooperation. CREDITS: The 2010 TCU Men’s Tennis Media Guide was written and designed by Assistant Director of Media Relations Andy Anderson with design and layout assistance from graduate assistant Jaime Handy, intern Will Morris and student assistant Chase Iles. Special thanks to Jim Boyd for photography on the outside covers and inside the publication. Other photography was provided by Michael Clements, Glen Ellman, Linda Kaye, Stephen Nowland, Jamie Schwaberow, Wes Turner and Anthony Vasser. The covers were designed by Jaime Handy. Printing by Cockrell Printing in Fort Worth, Texas.

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TH I S I S FR O G TE N N I S TCU is an established and prestigious university that takes deep pride in its athletic programs. When a student-athlete hits the field, court, track, pool or course, they represent the high standards and expectations that comes with wearing the Purple and White. The TCU staff of head coach Dave Borelli and assistant coach Jason Marshall combine for 39 years of coaching experience in the sport. Borelli, the 1981 NCAA Collegiate Coach of the Year, claimed seven national titles during his 14 seasons with the USC women’s program. During his four-year tenure as head coach of the TCU women’s tennis team, Borelli posted a 72-30 mark, which included the school’s first-ever trip to the Sweet 16 during his last season. Borelli’s goal is to help lift the men’s program at TCU back where it belongs on the national stage. “It’s important for people to realize this was a top-10 program for many years. My goal is to get back in that position again.”

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This is FROG TENNIS ALMA MATER Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

RIFF, RAM, BAH ZOO Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo Who, Wah, Wah, Who Give ‘em hell, TCU

FIGHT SONG CHANT F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

FIGHT SONG We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Tradition runs deep at TCU, and it all begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the frog was chosen as the Hail white and purple flag school’s mascot because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you! feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Other school traditions include

TCU’s school colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. Learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign is a must (Make a peace sign. Now fold those two fingers.). And new students may not have any idea what Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll soon discover that it’s one of the oldest cheers in the country. We also blow the 120-decibel Frog Horn—a real live train horn—after every football score.

WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG? 1. The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” 2. Their primary diet is red harvester ants; they eat 80 to 100 a day. 3. The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. 4. Horned frogs are cold-blooded and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. 5. When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. 6. The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

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FIRST-CLASS FACILITIES The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bernard J. “Tut” Bartzen Varsity Courts is considered one of the finest facilities in collegiate athletics. Completed in 1976 at a cost of more than $2 million, the home of the TCU men’s tennis program is located on the southwest corner of the TCU campus and features an indoor and outdoor tennis complex. The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center features 27 total courts - six varsity tennis courts and five indoor courts which are reserved solely for the men’s and women’s tennis programs - as well as 16 courts that are for public use. The outdoor section of the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center includes a pavilion with a seating capacity of 1,500 to go along with a fully-stocked pro shop and complete locker room facilities. The outdoor courts are recessed by as much as 16 feet, which provide wind control and limit many viewing obstructions. I

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In addition, the faithful of the Purple and White continued to show their dedication to the men’s and women’s tennis programs as stadium lights were added to the varsity courts allowing TCU the ability to play night matches for the first time in school history. At a cost of around $300,000, the 100-foot Musco brand candles of light provide the Frogs premium illumination with minimal spillage into the surrounding neighborhoods. The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center has been the model for collegiate tennis facilities around the country and was selected as one of the top-25 tennis facilities in the country by Tennis Magazine in 1990. The USTA Facility Awards Committee also selected the TCU home tennis courts as the Most Outstanding Public Tennis Facility in 1998. The TCU tennis complex would not have been made possible had it not been for The Friedman Center, which was named after the late Bayard H. Friedman. The namesake of the TCU tennis complex served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees at TCU as well as the former mayor of Fort Worth. The Friedman Center received the 1986 United States Tennis Association Member Organization of the Year Award in recognition of its excellence and dedication to the world of tennis.

INDOOR FACILITY

In 1980, the Friedman Tennis Center gave Fort Worth its first indoor tennis facility. The $500,000 extension houses five indoor courts that were funded by the Mary Potishman Lard Trust. Located southeast of the center’s pro shop, the indoor complex assures the TCU tennis program of having one of the most complete facilities in the country. Whether it’s thunderstorms or cold temperatures that occasionally impact Fort Worth, the indoor facility always gives the TCU tennis teams a place to practice. “It’s nice having the indoor facility only 50 feet from our locker rooms. In the event of rain, it’s great to be able to continue practice without missing a beat,” said TCU men’s head coach Dave Borelli.

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A COACHING LEGACY TCU men’s tennis coaches Dave Borelli (above right) and Jason Marshall (above left) combine for 39 years of coaching experience in the sport. Borelli, the 1981 NCAA Collegiate Coach of the Year, claimed seven national titles during his 14 seasons with the USC women’s program before joining the USTA as the men’s professional tour coach. He was in charge of the men’s rookie pro program for USA player development for several years before returning to college tennis with the TCU women’s team in 2002. Included among his former pupils are top-100 professionals Mardy Fish (below left) and Robert Kendrick, former NCAA singles champions Alex Kim and Jeff Morrison, NCAA singles and doubles runner-up and top-100 player Brian Vahaly and AllAmericans Huntley Montgomery (below middle left) and Ryan Sachire (below middle right). During his four-year tenure as head coach of the TCU women, Borelli posted a 72-30 mark, which included the school’s first-ever trip to the Sweet 16. He slid back over to the men’s side prior in 2006-07 to try and help return the Frog program back to its customary position among the nation’s elite. Marshall, who played professionally for seven years on the ATP Tour (below right), is in his second season with TCU. One of nation’s brightest young assistants, Marshall also owns the reputation of being a top-flight recruiter.

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C L I M B I N G T H E M O U N TA I N The TCU men’s tennis program has a long established history of competing for championships with 19 combined conference regular season and tournament titles in the last 22 years. Although only four seasons into its stay in the Mountain West Conference, the Horned Frogs have already shown that they are a force with which to be reckoned. The squad has claimed at least a share of each of the last two regular-season championships, in addition to winning tournament crowns in 2006 and 2008. The Frogs are 26-6 overall against conference opponents since entering the league in 2006, which is the best record during the fouryear period among all MWC teams. The squad has never lost more than two matches against MWC foes in a single season.

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

The Mountain West Conference is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West Conference boundaries - including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders three MWC schools with men’s tennis programs (Utah, BYU, Air Force). The desert city of Las Vegas (the fastestgrowing metropolitan area in the West) contrasts with the Pacific Ocean locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of the MWC’s newest member - TCU.

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This is FROG TENNIS Head coach Dave Borelli looks for his TCU men’s tennis program to continue making progress in returning itself to its customary role among the nation’s elite in 2009-10. Seven players return from a squad that won the Mountain West Conference regular season championship a season ago while advancing to the NCAA Championships for the 18th time in 19 years. Borelli, now in his fourth season as Frog coach, believes his current squad possesses both the talent and exerience to continue the progress reached in his first three years. “We have had great teams, but I certainly feel this one has the potential to be the best I have had in terms of depth and experience,” Borelli said. “We have played a lot of freshmen and sophomores the last two years, so now they are a little older. We do have some impact freshmen on the roster this year, but the others are more experienced. That plays a big part because now we are more of a mature team.” The squad’s experience and maturity was on display during a fall season in which Borelli saw his team put in the work needed to improve. “Each of our 10 guys are accountable and responsible,” Borelli said. “This is the most fun group I have had. It has worked harder than any group I have had, particularly on the physical training. (Assistant Coach) Jason (Marshall) and (strength coach) Todd (Kensler) have really pushed the guys to their limits. We were able to work on some issues in their games during the fall, and I have seen improvement across the board.” Chief among TCU’s seven returning letterwinners are four regulars from the team’s 2009 dual match lineup in juniors Emanuel Brighiu, Zach Nichols and Christopher Price and sophomore Slah Mbarek. Brighiu and Mbarek each finished the spring included among the ITA’s individual singles and doubles ratings in addition to also earning All-MWC recognition in both categories. Brighiu (below) returns for his junior season as the only remaining letterwinner with experience in an NCAA individual event, as he advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championships a season ago with former teammate Adrian Simon. He earned his first all-conference doubles honor while appearing on the MWC’s singles list for the second consecutive season. Brighiu’s 11 matches at No. 1 singles in 2009 tied Mbarek for the team high, and he once again should be featured near the top of the Frog lineup in the coming season.

“I am so impressed with how (Emanuel) Brighiu has worked this year, both in the classroom and on the court,” Borelli said. “He had an elbow issue last year that is now in the past. If he can stay healthy, I really think his game will flourish this spring.” Mbarek (above) concluded his freshman year rated No. 93 in nation in singles and No. 44 in doubles with former Frog teammate Kriegler Brink, while he reached high respective positions during the year of No. 61 and 28. He took over the team’s top singles position midway through the year and helped lead TCU to the conference crown down the stretch after Brighiu’s injury hampered his campaign. Mbarek and Brink combined to post a solid 16-2 record in doubles. “We have worked a lot on Slah’s serve, and that aspect of his game has shown advancement,” Borelli said. “He did not have a kick serve before he came here. We changed his motion and his serve has improved. I am very excited, and I can honestly say that he has improved”. Nichols, now in his third season in Borelli’s program, continued his development as a sophomore after cracking the team’s lineup as a freshman in 2008. He played predominately at the No. 4 spot in singles and No. 3 slot in doubles alongside Price last season. His 24 singles wins ranked second on the team behind only Brink, and he should once again play a key role for TCU’s team hopes as a junior. “I would be really disappointed if Zach does not have a good year,” Borelli said. “We worked on his preparation on his ground strokes in addition to working on his volley. He is also more physically mature than he was a year ago.” Price saw a good amount of success for the Frogs last spring after transferring from Duke prior to the start of the semester, especially during the squad’s MWC schedule. After settling in at the team’s No. 5 singles slot, Price went 5-1 in conference play before finishing with a 10-3 mark at the position. He won MWC Player of the Week honors once during the spring, and his conference win total tied Brink for the team lead. “Price’s movement is off the charts,” Borelli said. “He is moving so well, and that was a big issue for him last year. Also, his consistency on the ground has improved greatly.” TCU will look to a group of six other returners and newcomers to help fill out the lineup in its conference championship defense this spring. Among the returners are three players added to the roster prior to last season in senior Kelubia Mabatah, junior Cameron Nash and sophomore Paul Chappell. Three freshmen added for 2009 in Santiago Centeno, Marius-Adrian Cirstea and Sören Goritzka also will push for playing time. Mabatah saw limited duty for TCU in 2009, playing two matches at No. 6 singles in the spring, while Nash hit the court only during the fall tournament season. Chappell redshirted following his transfer from Indiana. “Kelubia has had elbow issues, but he plays very smart. He has been able

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This is TCU to play some tournaments this year and I think he is going to contribute. Paul has great doubles skills, and he is a fighter. He also is a good singles player, but doubles is where he excels. He has great hands and is good athlete. Nash is the most focused, hard-working person on the team. He has improved so much and his doubles play in particular has really impressed me early in the season.” Among the newcomers, Cirstea showed a tremendous amount of potential during the fall. The native of Bucharest, Romania, led TCU with a 5-3 singles record and reached the Round of 16 at the ITA Texas Regional after taking down the nation’s No. 85 player in the Round of 32. Centeno, who hails from Guatemala, also competed in the fall, as he became acclimated to competition at the college level. “Marius has great talent, but he is rough and young in his tennis development. He only became a player within the year. I think he will do well this and next year, but down the road is when you will really see his game take off. “Santiago also is a great talent but just needs to physically mature. He will eventually play, but he just needs to continue to get stronger.”

ITA Preseason Team Rankings 1 USC (46) 2 Virginia (5) 3 Ohio State 4 UCLA 5 Tennessee (1) 6 Baylor 7 Georgia 8 Texas (1) 9 Stanford 10 Mississippi ---------------------------------------------------- 38. TCU

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Borelli is very excited about the potential of Goritzka, who arrived at TCU from Germany during the semester break as one of the most sought-after recruits in college tennis. Goritzka, the No. 81-ranked player in men’s singles in Germany, climbed at one point to a high position of No. 1,393 in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) rankings before suffering from a series of random injuries that hampered him over the last two seasons. Now back to full health, Goritzka was recruited for the spring by over 20 schools, including many of the nation’s top programs. “Not only is Sören an incredible talent, he also has turned out to be a great person,” Borelli said. “He just needs to stay healthy, and I think his best tennis will come a little later in the season as he gets more matches under his belt. His game really doesn’t seem to have any weaknesses. He could be a great tennis player some day.” TCU will look to put its returning and incoming talent to use right away against another challenging schedule that may rank as one of the nation’s toughest. Sixteen of the squad’s 21 scheduled regular season matches will be against teams included among the ITA’s national team rankings.

Preseason Singles Rankings Steve Johnson USC John-Patrick Smith Tennessee Michael Shabaz Virginia Guillermo Gomez Georgia Tech Dimitar Kutrovsky Texas Moritz Baumann Wisconsin Alexandre Lacroix Florida Eric Quigley Kentucky Ed Corrie Texas Andrei Daescu Oklahoma

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Preseason Doubles Rankings Klahn/Thacher Stanford Nevolo/Czerwinski Illinois Baumann/Michalicka Wisconsin Conkic/Smith Tennessee BarricK/Singh Virginia Stamchev/Puetz Auburn Sandgren/Smith Tennessee Cunha/Carleton Duke Cox/Quigley Kentucky Lacroix/Benneteau Florida

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2010 TCU MEN’S TENNIS TEAM: Front Row (L to R): Paul Chappell, student manager Colin Kraft, Kelubia Mabatah, Santiago Centeno, Slah Mbarek and Zach Nichols. Back Row (L to R): Assistant coach Jason Marshall, Marius-Adrian Cirstea, Christopher Price, Sören Goritzka, Cameron Nash, Emanuel Brighiu and head coach Dave Borelli.

2009-10 MEN’S Roster Name Emanuel Brighiu Santiago Centeno Paul Chappell Marius-Adrian Cirstea Sören Goritzka Kelubia Mabatah Slah Mbarek Cameron Nash Zach Nichols Chris Price

Class-Exp. Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L So.-1L Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-1L

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

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Hometown (Previous School) Iasi, Romania (George Baritiu University) Guatemala City, Guatemala (American School of Guatemala) Indianapolis, Ind. (Indiana) Bucharest, Romania (Liceul Dimitrie Bolintineanu) Wilhemshaven, Germany Houston, Texas (Purdue) Tunis, Tunisia (Pierre Mendes France) Rockwall, Texas (DePauw) Austin, Texas (Lake Travis High School) Houston, Texas (Duke)

Head Coach: Dave Borelli (USC, ‘1974) -- Fourth season as head coach for TCU men, eighth year overall Assistant Coach: Jason Marshall (Purdue, 2001) -- Second season at TCU Student Manager: Colin Kraft

2010 spring schedule 24 10 a.m. 4 p.m. 29 30

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JANUARY vs. Texas-Pan American at UT Arlington

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

ITA Indoor Team Regionals vs. Texas A&M-CC Waco, Texas vs. Baylor or Iowa Waco, Texas

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2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

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MARCH (cont.) vs. Sacramento State at SMU vs. Rice vs. Fresno State

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APRIL at UNLV at San Diego State vs. Utah vs. BYU vs. Air Force at New Mexico

Las Vegas, Nev. San Diego, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Albuquerque, N.M.

Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas College Station, Texas

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Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Waco, Texas

CHAMPIONSHIPS April 27 - May 1 MWC Championships May 14 - 16 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds May 21 - 31 NCAA Championships

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Coaching Staff

Coaches and Support Staff Head Coach Dave Borelli.................................................. 12-14 Assistant Coach Jason Marshall........................................... 15

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Fourth Season | Two-Time MWC Champs (2008, 2009) | 42-32 at TCU; 416-107 Overall (.795) in 21 Seasons Dave Borelli enters his fourth season leading the TCU men’s tennis program after serving the previous four years as coach of the TCU women’s squad. The Horned Frog head coach has compiled a 416-107 overall record in 21 seasons at the college level, including a 42-32 mark in his current stint with the TCU men’s program.

Cosmin Cotet, who concluded the season ranked as the ITA’s No. 30 singles player, finished his college career as the MWC’s Co-Player of the Year, while Emanu Brighiu and Kriegler Brink joined him on the All-MWC Singles Team. Brink paired with Cotet to both advance to compete at the NCAA Championships and be named to the All-MWC Doubles Team.

Borelli has led the Frog men to the Mountain West Conference regular season championship each of the past two years, as well as the MWC tournament title in 2008.

In Borelli’s first season with the men’s program, the Frogs earned three All-MWC selections, while Cotet ended the season ranked No. 93 in singles play. Cotet and Brink also finished the year ranked No. 44 in doubles.

TCU faced one of the nation’s toughest schedules a season ago featuring 19 of 24 matches against nationally ranked opponents. Despite a rough start, the Frogs rallied to win the seventh regular-season conference title in program history. Borelli’s squad followed up its MWC crown by reaching the NCAA Championships for the second consecutive season, as well as the 18th time in 19 years. The Frogs finished the season No. 38 in the ITA national team rankings. Highlighting the regular season was a Feb. 21 road win at No. 17 Tulsa, while the Frogs finished with a league-high five All-Mountain West Conference selections—three in singles (Emanuel Brighiu, Kriegler Brink and Slah Mbarek) and two in doubles (Brink/Mbarek and Brighiu/Adrian Simon). Brighiu and Simon concluded the spring in the NCAA Doubles Championships. The Frogs made major strides in Borelli’s second season, as he guided one of the nation’s youngest teams to a bounce-back season featuring a pair of conference titles and NCAA Regionals appearance in 2008. The squad, which finished the season with a 20-8 record and No. 34 final ITA rating, claimed both the Mountain West Conference regular season and tournament championships. In addition to earning his 400th career win during a March road victory over UNLV, Borelli’s 2008 Frogs piled up several other individual honors to go with the squad’s team achievements.

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Borelli served as the men’s professional tour coach for the USTA before arriving at TCU. He was in charge of the rookie pro program for USA player development. Several of his players have been ranked in the top100 in the world, including 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist Mardy Fish, Robby Ginepri, Brian Vahaly and Jeff Morrison (Florida, 1999) and Alex Kim (Stanford, 2000) on the pro tour. Brandon Hawk, a former No. 1 player at Texas and All-American, was also coached by Borelli. In addition to successfully working with the men’s side of tennis, Borelli also has experienced a Hall of Fame career coaching women’s tennis. His 18-year mark coaching in the women’s college ranks, which includes seven national championships with USC, is 374-75 (.833). It was announced in February that he will be inducted into the Women’s intercollegate Tennis Hall of Fame in November 2010. With the TCU women, Borelli posted a 72-30 record. Over the four-year period, the team progressed from a ranking of No. 56 in 2003 to its No. 15 position in 2006. Borelli was named Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Southwest Region Coach of the Year and Conference USA Coach of the Year in 2005 and Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year in 2006. Additionally, Borelli was named the NCAA National Collegiate Coach of the Year in 1981.

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Borelli’s 2006 TCU squad won the Mountain West Conference regular season and tournament championship while advancing to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. A 1974 graduate of USC, Borelli was a four-year varsity member on the Trojans’ men’s tennis team. He was named USC’s Outstanding Scholar Athlete as a senior and was an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipient. He also played on the pro circuit from 1970-73. Throughout his career, Borelli has coached collegiate, professional, club and camp tennis. He spent 14 seasons (1974, 1976-88) at USC, where his teams earned seven national titles, three runner-up finishes and 10 conference championships. During his time in Los Angeles, he coached five individuals to national collegiate singles titles and two doubles teams to collegiate championships. In total, 25 different players earned 56 All-America honors. Following the 1981 season, Borelli was named the NCAA National Collegiate Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 33-1 overall record and a third-place national

finish. In 1983, Borelli became the youngest coach to win an NCAA women’s tennis title at the age of 32 when the Women of Troy finished with a 33-0 record. In his career at USC, Borelli posted a 30245 record for an .870 winning percentage. Over an eight-year period, his teams won 88 straight home matches. After leaving collegiate tennis, Borelli served as the head coach for the Sacramento Capitals, a professional tennis team. He was also a tennis pro at both Sierra Sport and Racquet Club as well as the Copper River Country Club. In 1997, Borelli was selected as the United States Professional Tennis Association Pro of the Year. He was later a private pro tour coach for four years. Borelli has served as the chair of the National Collegiate Tennis Coaches Committee, the Western Collegiate Athletic Association, the Pac-10 Coaches Committee and was on the board of directors for the Central California Tennis Association. He currently serves on the ITA and NCAA Southwest Regional committees.

Borelli’s Coaching Facts 4In July 2002, USA Today published a list of the top 10 up-and-coming young men’s tennis players in conjunction with an article about professional tennis. Coach Borelli worked with seven of the top 10 during his time with the United States Tennis Association’s men’s rookie pro program. 4At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, one of Coach Borelli’s former players, Mardy Fish, was the Olympic silver medalist for the United States. 4Has coached squads to seven national titles - three AIAW, two USTA and two NCAA. 4Has seen 28 players earn All-America distinction 60 times under his tutelage. 4Barbara Hallquist, Stacy Margolin, Anna Maria Fernandez and Beth Herr earned five national singles titles under Borelli’s guidance between the AIAW, USTA and NCAA. The doubles team of Trey Lewis and Anne White earned an AIAW title. 4Two student-athletes served as members of the Mexican Federation Cup team: Claudia Hernandez from 1983 to 1990 and Heliane Steden from 1983 to 1985. Another 16 were members of various Junior Federation Cup squads. 4Borelli’s players who went on to play professionally include Barbara Hallquist, Leslie Allen, Sheila McInerney, Stacy Margolin, Trey Lewis, the Fernandez sisters - Anna Maria, Anna Lucia and Cecilia - Beth Herr and Story Tweedie-Yates. 4Helped TCU give its best showing in the 2005 NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships with Story Tweedie-Yates reaching the quarterfinals in singles and the semifinals in doubles with Ana Cetnik. 4Borelli’s 1979 USC team is considered by many to be one of the best collegiate tennis teams in history. Four of his players were ranked in the top 35 in the world according to Women’s Tennis Association rankings while competing for USC that year. 4By 1985, Coach Borelli had 11 players from the USC program who were ranked in the top 110 in the WTA world singles rankings. That meant an astonishing 10 percent of the world’s best were coached by Borelli.

Coaching Highlights 4Seven NCAA Championship Teams 413 Conference Championships (2008, 2009 MWC Men’s Titles) 42006 MWC Women’s Coach of the Year 42006 MWC Women’s Championship 42005 ITA Southwest Region Coach of the Year 42005 Conference USA Women’s Coach of the Year 41997 U.S. Professional Tennis Association Pro of the Year 41981 NCAA National Coach of the Year

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Coaching Staff Borelli’s All-Time Records (vs. Opponents) Women’s Teams

Opponent Air Force Arizona Arizona State Baylor BYU California Cal Poly Ponoma Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Cal State Fullerton Clemson Colorado Colorado State East Carolina Florida Fresno State Georgia Harvard Houston Indiana Iowa Kansas State Kentucky Long Beach State Louisville Loyola Marymount LSU Marquette Miami (Fla.) Michigan Middle Tennessee State New Mexico North Carolina North Texas Northwestern Odessa College Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Pacific Pepperdine

W 1 16 19 2 10 14 1 1 19 5 3 1 1 8 1 0 1 4 7 2 1 2 21 2 2 1 1 6 1 2 2 1 4 2 1 2 2 2 5 21

Women’s Teams (cont.)

L 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

Pct. 1.000 .842 .950 .500 1.000 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .500 .000 .500 1.000 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .913

Opponent Princeton Purdue Rice Rollins San Diego San Diego State SMU South Alabama South Carolina South Florida (USF) Southern California Stanford Texas Texas A&M Texas-Arlington Texas State Texas Tech Trinity Tulane Tulsa UC Irvine UCLA UC Santa Barbara UNLV USIU Utah Vanderbilt Virginia Washington William & Mary Wyoming Yale

W 1 2 4 3 6 22 4 2 2 2 0 17 5 3 4 1 1 12 0 3 11 22 11 1 5 2 1 1 1 1 2 1

L 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 17 2 1 0 0 0 2 7 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

Men’s Teams Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .880 .800 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .714 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 .857 .000 .750 1.000 .814 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000

Borelli’s All-Time Records (Year-by-Year) Year 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

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School USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU 21 years

Won 11 8 17 16 20 30 33 22 31 26 33 22 14 19 11 17 21 23 10 20 12 416

Lost 1 6 0 1 1 0 1 5 0 7 2 3 13 5 10 8 5 7 12 8 12 107

Pct. .917 .571 1.000 .941 .952 1.000 .971 .815 1.000 .788 .943 .880 .519 .792 .524 .680 .808 .767 .455 .714 .500 .795

Opponent Abilene Christian Air Force Baylor BYU Clemson Columbia Dallas Baptist Duke Fresno State Idaho Illinois LSU Minnesota Mississippi New Mexico Oklahoma Oklahoma State Pepperdine Rice St. Edward’s San Diego San Diego State SMU South Florida (USF) Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-CC Texas Tech UT Arlington UT Pan American UT San Antonio Tulsa UNLV Utah Virginia Tech Wake Forest Wichita State Wisconsin

W 2 4 0 4 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 0

L 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 2

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .800 .500 .000 .000 .333 1.000 1.000 .750 .333 1.000 .000 .000 .500 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .750 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 .000

Ranking Conference Postseason N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1st WCAA AIAW/USTA Champions N/A 1st WCAA USTA Champions/AIAW Finals 1st AIAW 1st WCAA AIAW Champions 1st AIAW 1st WCAA AIAW Champions 3rd WITCA 1st WCAA AIAW Semifinals 4th ITCA T-1st WCAA NCAA Semifinals 1st ITCA 1st WCAA NCAA Champions 4th ITCA 2nd WCAA NCAA Finals 1st ITCA T-1st WCAA NCAA Champions 2nd ITCA T-1st Pac-West NCAA Finals 14th ITCA 4th Pac-10 NCAA First Round 3rd ITCA 2nd Pac-10 NCAA Semifinals 56th ITA 2nd C-USA N/A 28th ITA 2nd C-USA NCAA First Round 19th ITA 2nd C-USA NCAA Second Round 15th ITA 1st MWC NCAA Sweet 16 69th ITA 2nd MWC N/A 34th ITA T-1st MWC NCAA First Round 38th ITA 1st MWC NCAA First Round 9 Top-5 Finishes 12 Championships 7 Championships

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Assistant Coach | Second Season | Purdue ‘01 Jason Marshall, a two-time Big Ten champion and former member of the ATP tennis tour, enters his second season as an assistant coach for the TCU men’s program after joining head coach Dave Borelli’s staff in the summer of 2008. Marshall helped guide the Frogs to both the Mountain West Conference regular season championship and an NCAA Regionals appearance in his inaugural season on campus despite playing against one of the nation’s toughest schedules featuring 19 of 24 opponents listed among the nationally ranked. Four Frogs concluded the season among the ITA individual rankings, while the squad garnered a league-high five All-Mountain West Conference selections. “Having the opportunity to work for TCU is like a dream come true for me,” Marshall said at the time of his hiring. “It’s a program that is close to my family and one that I grew up watching as a kid. Very few coaches in the game of tennis are as experienced and successful as Coach Borelli, and I’m proud to help carry on this program’s rich tradition.” Prior to joining the Frogs, Marshall spent one season as an assistant coach at Wright State, where he helped coach 200708 first-team All-Horizon League honorees Nick Camilleri and Tony Teufel. He also formerly served as a coach for the Tahitian Olympic team in 2007, helping lead the squad to a Bronze-medal finish at the South Pacific Games. In addition to his coaching duties, he also managed the team’s budget, organized team travel and implemented strength and training programs. Also a seven-year member of the ATP Tour from 2001 through 2007, Marshall reached a career-high world ranking of 101st in doubles. His top moment as a professional came in Sept. 2005, when he upset top-10 ranked Marcos Baghbatis in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2, during an ATP event in Vietnam. He traveled to more than 35 U.S. states and 40 countries for events as a member of both the ATP and International Tennis Federation. “I am excited to have Jason join our staff,” Borelli said at the time of Marshall’s hiring. “He is one of the top young assistant coaches out there and is a tremendous part of our program with both his knowledge of the game and his experience on the ATP Tour.” Marshall, a native of Dallas, graduated from Purdue, where he was a four-year letterman and still holds career records for winning percentage at the No. 1 singles and doubles positions. He won Big Ten singles titles in both 1999 and 2001 and was a threetime All-Big Ten selection overall. As a Boilermaker he reached a high national ranking of No. 17 in singles and No. 19 in doubles during his senior campaign. Marshall received his bachelor’s degree in business from Purdue in 2001 after graduating from J.J. Pearce High School in Dallas. He is a member of the United States Racket Stringers Association and volunteers time with funds and Pro-Am events.

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Support Staff Kim Johnson

Craig Smith

Associate Athletic Director Senior Woman Administrator

Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Director

Kim Johnson came to TCU in May 2008 as associate athletics director and senior woman administrator. Johnson joined the Horned Frogs after working the previous three years at the University of Alabama. She was the assistant director of compliance for two years before being promoted to assistant athletics director.

Craig Smith is in his 11th year as director of tennis for Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. He oversees all adult and junior programs, leagues and camps at the center, as well as lesson schedules. The San Angelo, Texas, native also coordinates practice times and assists with event management at all home TCU men’s and women’s tennis matches. Smith earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Schreiner College in 1993.

With the Crimson Tide, Johnson’s myriad of responsibilities included compliance, eligibility and overseeing the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. She was also the department liaison to the Office of Admissions and Housing and Residential Services. Prior to arriving in Tuscaloosa in May 2005, Johnson worked one year as the assistant director of compliance at Tulane University. Included among her duties were managing the admissions process for 15 sports and overseeing the financial aid requirements for the NCAA. Johnson is a 2001 graduate of Northwestern University, where she received a degree in communications. Upon her graduation, Johnson was hired by Northwestern as a compliance assistant. She worked three years at her alma mater before heading to Tulane. Johnson received a Master’s of Science degree in human environmental science with a sport management emphasis from Alabama in December 2007.

Jeff Wrage Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Associate Director

Jeff Wrage is in his ninth year as associate director of tennis for Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. Wrage is responsible for program management, adult and junior leagues and also provides lessons. He serves as the tournament director for all tournaments hosted by TCU as well. Wrage holds a Bachelor of Science in comprehensive psychology from the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Colin Kraft Student Manager

Colin Kraft is in his second season as a student manager for the Frog men’s tennis team. Kraft aids in operations for all of TCU’s practices and home matches, and also travels with the team throughout the season. He serves as the public address announcer during home competitions at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. A sophomore student at TCU, Kraft originally hails from Fresno, Calif. He helped Bullard High School win three straight district team and doubles championships during his prep career. Kraft plans to major in political science at TCU.

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Support Staff Lauren Crawford

Todd Kensler

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Lauren Crawford is in her third year at TCU after serving a year as assistant athletic trainer at Highland High School in Gilbert, Ariz. Crawford received her undergraduate degree in athletic training and her master’s in secondary education from Northern Arizona University. Crawford has been a certified athletic trainer for two years and passed the Texas licensure in December of 2007.

Todd Kensler is in his second year as a member of the TCU strength and conditioning staff. Kensler has a CSCS certification through the NSCA and is CPR and first-aid certified. Prior to working with TCU, Kensler served as a graduate assistant strength coach at UAB. Previous organizations he has worked with include the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, the Lynchburg Hillcats, minor league affiliate for MLB’s Pittsburgh Pirates, and Binghamton University. Kensler earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb., in 2005.

Judy Golden Academic Advisor

Judy Golden joined TCU in May 1997 and worked in the school of business for six years before coming to the athletics department four years ago. In addition to women’s tennis, the Loveland, Colo., native works with baseball, men’s basketball, men’s tennis, women’s golf, rifle, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Texas Tech in home and family life and a Master of Liberal Arts from TCU.

Andy Anderson Assistant Director Media Relations

Andy Anderson is in his third year as Assistant Director of Media Relations. He serves as the primary media relations contact for women’s basketball and men’s tennis and secondary contact for football. Anderson previously worked for Nebraska, where he was the primary contact for the track and field and cross country programs while also assisting with media relations operations for the Husker football team. He graduated from Colorado College in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in English.

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Emanuel Brighiu........................................................................ 20-21 Slah Mbarek........................................................................................... 22 Kelubia Mabatah................................................................................ 23 Cameron Nash..................................................................................... 24 Zach Nichols.......................................................................................... 25

Christopher Price............................................................................... 26 Paul Chappell........................................................................................ 27 Santiago Centeno............................................................................. 28 Marius-Adrian Cirstea.................................................................... 29 SĂśren Goritzka..................................................................................... 30

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Emanuel

Brighiu

Junior | Right-Handed | 6-3 | Iasi, Romania (Agriculture HS)/George Baritiu University 4NCAA Doubles Championships Qualifier (2009) 4All-MWC Singles Team (2008, 2009) 4All-MWC Doubles Team (2009) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Opened the spring ranked No. 68 in the ITA preseason singles ratings and No. 38 in doubles with teammate Christopher Price… recorded 3-3 marks in both singles and doubles in fall tournament action… advanced to the singles Round of 16 with a pair of victories at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships… paired with Slah Mbarek in doubles for two wins to reach the quarterfinals of the Texas regional as a No. 7 seed. 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championships playing alongside former Frog teammate Adrian Simon… named to the All-Mountain West Conference Singles and Doubles Teams… the honor marked his second consecutive appearance on the All-MWC Singles Team… reached high ITA national rankings of No. 12 in doubles with Simon and No. 68 in singles… finished the spring ranked No. 36 in doubles… posted overall records of 15-14 in singles and 19-14 in doubles as a sophomore… went 4-2 in singles and 3-1 in doubles in MWC play… finished the year with five victories (three doubles, two singles) over nationally ranked opponents… missed part of the spring dual match season with an elbow injury… played eight of his 11 singles matches at the No. 1 position, with eight of 19 doubles matches at the top spot… faced ranked opponents in nine of his first 10 spring singles matches and six of his first eight doubles matches… toppled Rice’s 26th-ranked Bruno Rosa in his first singles outing of the spring, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5… downed Oklahoma’s Sergey Avdeyev (No. 76) three weeks later, 6-4, 6-4… took Tulsa’s Arnau Brughes, the nation’s No. 1 player, to three sets before dropping a 6-4, 1-6, 0-6 decision in the opening round of the NCAA team championships… teamed with Simon earlier in the spring to take down Brughes and Phillip Stevens, ranked No. 5 nationally for Tulsa, in doubles, 8-6… the pair also defeated Texas Tech’s Raony Carvalho and Christian Rojmar (No. 16), 8-6… posted a 7-3 individual singles record and 9-4 doubles mark in fall tournament play... partnered with Simon to defeat Virginia’s No. 5-ranked team of Dominic Inglot/Michael Shabaz, 8-4, in the first round of qualifying doubles at the D’Novo All-American Championshiops in Tulsa, Okla... advanced to the main draw of the tournament before falling in the opening round to Georgia’s top team... reached the doubles semifinals at the ITA South Central Regional Championship before falling to a duo from Texas... advanced in singles to the Round of 16 before bowing out of the competition.

PRIOR TO TCU: Achieved a career-high ITF Juniors world singles ranking of No. 58 during the 2005-06 season... won the Romanian Men’s National Doubles Championship four times and has earned a career-high ATP men’s singles ranking of No. 1202. PERSONAL: Emanuel Brighiu is the son of Adrian and Viorica... older brother, Ciprian, played professional soccer... majoring in communication studies at TCU. CAREER STATISTICS Singles Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 Spring 2008 11-11 -- 11-11 -- 9-10 2008-09 15-14 7-3 8-11 3-8 3-3 Fall 2009 3-3 3-3 -- -- -- Totals 29-28 10-6 19-22 3-8 12-13

#3 2-1 2-0 -- 4-1

Doubles Year Overall Tourn. Dual Spring 2008 13-8 -- 13-8 2008-09 19-14 9-5 10-9 Fall 2009 3-3 3-3 -- Totals 35-25 12-8 23-17

#3 -----

SPRING 2008 (FRESHMAN]): Posted an overall record of 11-11 playing primarily at the No. 2 singles position during the spring season... earned AllMWC singles honors after notching a 5-1 league record... tallied wins over opponents from nationally-ranked programs such as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Texas Tech, Minnesota and Texas A&M... captured a crucial victory against New Mexico as TCU claimed a share of the MWC regular season title... named the MWC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week on Feb. 20... earned the honors after beginning collegiate career with 4-0 record... went 13-8 in doubles play during the spring... teamed up with Adrian Simon to defeat Texas Tech’s 11th-ranked duo of Breler and Markovic... reached as high as No. 51 in the national rankings with Simon.

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#1 #2 2-2 11-6 4-4 6-5 -- -- 6-6 17-11

#4 #5 #6 -- -- --- -- --- -- --- -- --


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Slah

Mbarek

Sophomore | Right-Handed | 5-10 | Tunis, Tunisia (Pierre Mendes France) • All-MWC Singles Team (2009) • All-MWC Doubles Team (2009) FALL 2009 (SOPHOMORE): Posted a 2-3 singles record and 4-3 doubles mark in fall tournament competition… played two of his five singles matches against nationally ranked opponents… opened the fall as the No. 55-rated player in the ITA preseason singles rankings… was also ranked No. 44 in doubles with teammate Marius-Adrian Cirstea, althought the pair did not play together during the season… reached the doubles quarterfinals of the Wilson/ ITA Texas Regional Championships with Emanuel Brighiu after posting two victories… reached the Round of 64 in singles play at the event following an opening-round win. SPRING 2009 (FRESHMAN): Named to the All-Mountain West Conference Singles and Doubles teams as a freshman… finished the season appearing in the final ITA national rankings in both singles (No. 93) and doubles (No. 44) following an outstanding freshman campaign… reached high positions of No. 61 in singles and No. 28 in doubles with partner Kriegler Brink… went 12-10 in singles and an amazing 16-2 in doubles while paired with Brink… took over the Frogs’ top singles position following an injury to Emanuel Brighiu and helped lead the team to a 7-4 record down the stretch… finished with a team-high five wins at No. 1 singles… also posted a 4-3 record against ranked opponents while tying Brink for the team lead in such wins… won back-toback Mountain West Conference Player of the Week awards after going 5-1 in singles and 5-1 in doubles in consecutive weeks… provided the clinching point in the Frogs’ 4-3 road win over No. 17 Tulsa, while also clinching team victories over UTSA and No. 28 South Florida… the four ranked victories came against Oklahoma’s Ionut Beleleu (No. 121; 6-2, 2-6, 6-4), Ole Miss’ Devin Britton (No. 40; 6-4, 5-7, 7-6), Duke’s Reid Carleton (No. 25; Reid Carleton) and San Diego State’s Achim Ceban (No. 125; 3-6, 6-0, 7-5)… won his match at No. 2 singles against Victor Kolik in TCU’s NCAA Tournament opening-round loss to Tulsa in straight sets (6-2, 6-2)… posted a 4-1 record against ranked doubles teams while playing with Brink… the pair went 10-1 as the Frogs’ top doubles tandem… the duo’s top win came over the nation’s No. 4 team of Jonas Berg and Bram ten Berge of Ole Miss, 8-3… joined the Frogs at semester after competing on the international tennis scene. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Joined the Frog program as a highly regarded player on the world junior scene... reached a combined world ITF junior singles ranking as high as No. 95, as well as being ranked as high as No. 1,377 in the men’s ATP singles rankings... represented his home country on the international level by playing for Tunisia in the 2007 and 2008 Davis Cup competitions... recruited by several of the top-10 college tennis programs... attended high school at Pierre Mendes France in Tunis. PERSONAL: Mbarek is the son of Hedi and Fathia Mbarek... has two brothers, Mehdi and Amine... plans to major in business management.

Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 Spring 2009 12-10 -- 12-10 5-6 3-3 Fall 2009 2-3 2-3 -- -- -- Totals 14-13 2-3 12-10 5-6 3-3

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Tourn. -- 4-3 4-3

Dual 16-2 -- 16-2

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Mabatah

Senior | Right-Handed | 6-0 | Houston, Texas (The Kinkaid School)/Purdue 4MWC Scholar-Athlete Award (2009) FALL 2009 (SENIOR): Did not compete in the fall. 2008-09 (JUNIOR): Posted a 2-6 overall singles record and a 1-2 mark in doubles… posted each of his two fall tourney wins in the consolation draw of Flight B at the HEB Baylor Invitational... notched a doubles win with former teammate Alex Panayides in the opening round of the Flight B at the same event before falling in the quarterfinals… went 0-2 in spring singles dual play… lined up at the No. 6 position in both spring appearances… transferred to TCU prior to the season after spending the previous three seasons at Purdue. PRIOR TO TCU (PURDUE): Mabatah posted a 7-16 singles record (1-4 in Big Ten) and 8-13 doubles mark (2-4 in Big Ten) in two seasons playing for Purdue... went 2-2 in singles during his final season as a Boilermaker in 2007-08... earned a two-set victory at No. 6 singles to help boost Purdue to a 6-1 dual-match victory over Indiana State... recorded his other victory in fall action against Drake’s Konrad Kamizelich, 6-4, 6-4... was the only Boilermaker to play at least one match at all six singles and all three doubles positions in his freshman season of 2005-06... posted a record of 3-2 at the 2006 Big Ten Singles Championships, reaching the final eight of the back draw... won three consecutive matches at No. 6 singles to begin the 2006 spring season, beating competitors from Toledo, Harvard and Western Michigan... recorded his first Big Ten victory over Indiana opponent Neil Kenner at No. 4 singles, winning 2-6, 6-3, 7-6... posted a 3-0 record with teammate Griffin Nienberg at the Tom Fallon Invitational, beating teams from Ball State, Notre Dame and Wisconsin. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Was a four-year letterwinner and all-conference selection at The Kincaid School in Houston... won conference championships as a junior and senior... was an Under-16 semifinalist at the 2002 Copper Bowl Junior Tennis Invitational... was an Under-16 finalist at the 2001 USTA National Open Junior Tennis Championships. PERSONAL: Mabatah is the son of Hyacinth and Augustine Mabatah... has a younger sister, Jacqueline... majoring in business. CAREER STATISTICS Singles Year Overall Tourn. 2005-06 7-16 3-7 2006-07 Redshirted 2007-08 3-3 2-2 2008-09 2-6 2-4 Fall 2009 -- -- Totals 12-25 7-13 Doubles Year Overall Tourn. 2005-06 8-13 3-1 2006-07 Redshirted 2007-08 -- -- 2008-09 1-2 1-2 Fall 2009 -- -- Totals 9-15 4-3

Dual #1 #2 4-9 0-1 0-2

#3 0-3

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

1-1 0-2 -- 5-12

-- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 0-2

-- -- -- 0-3

-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 0-2

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#3 1-1

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Nash

Junior | Right-Handed | 6-5 | Rockwall, Texas (Jesuit College Prep)/DePauw 4MWC Scholar-Athlete Award (2009) 4Academic All-MWC Team (2009) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Went 2-2 in singles play and 0-2 in doubles in fall tournament action… reached Round of 64 singles play at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships after defeating Texas Tech’s Jared Hope (6-1, 6-3) in the opening round… won his first-round match of the men’s singles B draw a the HEB Baylor Invitational over the Bears’ Chris Gordon (6-4, 3-6, 7-5). 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Posted fall tournament records of 2-6 in singles and 0-2 in doubles… did not see action in the spring dual match season… Won his opening singles-round match at the ITA South Central Regional Championships before falling in the Round of 64... paired with former Frog teammate Jack Seider in the doubles competition, but did not advance past the opening round… transferred to TCU in the summer of 2008 after playing one season at Division III DePauw. PRIOR TO TCU (DEPAUW): Nash posted a 7-3 overall singles record and a 23-8 doubles mark as a freshman for DePauw in 2007-08... paired with teammate Hunter Schouweiler for a team-best 21-6 doubles mark primarily at the No. 3 position, including 19-5 in dual matches... helped the Tigers advance to the third round of the NCAA Division III Championships... posted an eight-match winning streak from the end of March through mid-April teaming with Schouweiler... won the No. 6 singles competition with three straight victories at the University of Indianapolis Invitational held in the fall. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Nash played tennis for four years at Jesuit College Prep in Dallas... his high school team won its district championship four straight years... was named MVP of his team as a senior in 2007... was a UIL 5A regional singles qualifier the same season... won the MBC Cotton Bowl Classic Boys’ 18 SC singles competition in 2006 and the Boys’ 16 SC singles in 2005. PERSONAL: Nash is the son of Don and Suzie Nash... has a brother, Chris... mother, Suzie, played golf at Texas, while brother played golf for Tulsa... majoring in English.

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Dual 2-1 -- -- 2-1

#1 -- -- -- --

Tourn. 19-6 0-2 0-2 19-10

#2 -- -- -- --

CAREER STATISTICS Singles #3 #4 #5 #6 -- 1-0 -- 1-1 -- -- -- --- -- -- --- 1-0 -- 1-1

Dual 4-2 -- -- 4-2

#1 -- -- -- --

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Zach

Nichols

Junior | Right-Handed | 6-0 | Austin, Texas (Lake Travis HS) 4Academic All-MWC Team (2009) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Went 3-4 in singles play and 2-3 in doubles during fall tournament competition… advanced to Round 4 of prequalifying singles at the D’Novo ITA All-American Championships with a pair of victories in Tulsa, Okla… reached the Round of 64 at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships before bowing out to Rice’s 22nd-ranked Bruno Rosa… made it to the Round of 16 in doubles with teammate Christopher Price. 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Posted overall records of 24-15 in singles and 16-14 in doubles… ranked second on the team in singles victories for the second straight season… went 12-9 in singles and 9-11 in doubles in the spring dual match season… played primarily the No. 4 singles position in spring dual match competition and the No. 3 doubles spot… recorded Mountain West Conference records of 4-2 (singles) and 1-3 (doubles)… provided a huge win at No. 4 singles, 7-6, 7-6, to help TCU pull out a team road victory over No. 17 Tulsa… went 12-6 in singles and 7-3 in doubles in fall tournament play... reached the singles qualifying draw at the D’Novo All-American Championships and the doubles main draw with former teammate Kriegler Brink... paired again with Brink to reach the Round of 16 at the ITA Southwest Regional Championships... reached the singles consolation semifinals at the same tournament before falling to former teammate Adrian Simon. 2007-08 (FRESHMAN): Posted the second-most wins on the team with a 30-8 overall mark and a 22-5 dual record... winning percentage of .789 ranks eighth all-time in TCU history... recorded a perfect 6-0 mark in regular-season league play... clinched the match for TCU against No. 22 Wake Forest... came back from trailing 5-0 in the third set to seal TCU’s win over No. 35 Oklahoma... added a win in the opening round of the NCAA Regionals against Rice... reached as high as No. 94 in the ITA national rankings in the spring... named the TCU Athlete of the Week on Feb. 9... began spring season with combined record of 22-0... posted 14-10 doubles record with Jack Seider at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions... notched an 8-3 overall singles record during the fall... won three matches to advance to the quarterfinals at the season-opening Baylor Intercollegiate... upset No. 72 Milan Mihailovic of Texas and No. 61 Dominik Muller of Baylor... earned two victories at the Polo Ralph Lauren/ITA All-American Championships... defeated opponents from Rice, Texas Tech and Texas to reach the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA South Central Regional Championships... went 0-3 in doubles play with Jack Seider and Adrian Simon. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Won the UIL 4A Tennis State Championship in 2007... ranked No. 1 in UTSA Boy’s 16 in Texas in 2005... also ranked No. 1 in Boy’s 18 in 2006... reached as high as No. 12 in singles and No. 4 in doubles in the UTSA junior rankings... advanced to the singles round of 16 and the doubles quarterfinals at the USTA Boy’s 18 National Championships in 2007... upset the No. 4 ranked junior in the United States at the National Championships. PERSONAL: Zach Nichols is the son of Mark and Janice Nichols... has four siblings... sister, Kewa, was a member of the TCU women’s tennis team from 2004 through 2008... sister, Millie, is one of the top-ranked junior players in Texas. CAREER STATISTICS Singles Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 2007-08 30-8 8-3 22-5 -- -- 2008-09 24-15 12-6 12-9 -- -- Fall 2009 3-4 3-4 -- -- -- Totals 57-27 23-13 34-14 -- -- Doubles Year 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Totals

#3 #4 #5 #6 2-1 8-1 12-3 -1-2 10-4 1-3 --- -- -- -3-3 18-5 13-6 --

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Junior | Left-Handed | 6-3 | Houston, Texas (Stratford HS)/Duke 4Academic All-MWC Team (2009) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Recorded marks of 4-3 in singles and 3-3 in doubles in fall tournament competition… won three consolation matches at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships in College Station, Texas… made it to the Round of 16 in doubles with teammate Zach Nichols… advanced to the second round of singles of the HEB Baylor Invitational with a win over Texas A&M’s John Lewis… reached the Round of 32 at the ITA D’Novo All-American Championship playing with teammate Emanuel Brighiu… also posted a victory in first-round doubles with Slah Mbarek at the Baylor Invitational. SPRING 2009 (SOPHOMORE): Went 10-9 in singles and 8-9 in doubles in spring dual match action during his first semester on campus… pushed his play to another level in the Mountain West Conference season, when he went 5-1 in singles while primarily playing at the No. 5 position… finished with a 10-3 mark at No. 5 singles… Price’s conference record tied him with former teammate Kriegler Brink for the team lead… finished with an 8-2 singles record over his last 10 matches… was named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week after going 3-0 against MWC opponents Phil Anderson of New Mexico (6-4, 7-5), Andre Feliz of San Diego State (6-4, 6-4) and Alex Beaussart of Air Force (6-0-6-2)… the win over Beaussart clinched TCU’s second-straight MWC regular-season championship… also notched team-winning singles victories over Columbia and San Diego State (MWC tournament)… settled into the Frogs’ No. 3 doubles position with teammate Zach Nichols by the time conference action rolled around… transferred to TCU in time for the spring semester from Duke. PRIOR TO TCU (DUKE): Played at the No. 1 doubles position as a freshman for Duke in 2007-08, finishing the season with a 17-16 overall record in doubles, including a 6-5 record in ACC matches... earned a final ITA doubles ranking of No. 36 with teammate David Goulet and an ITA Mideast Region of No. 8... ranked as high as No. 31 in doubles... tallied four victories over ranked opponents in doubles, including a 9-7 win over Virginia’s Somdev Devvarman and Treat Huey, who were ranked No. 1... went 2-2 in singles and 4-3 in tournament action in the fall of 2008... reached the Round of 32 in singles at the Southern Intercollegiates in Athens, Ga., and the quarterfinals of the UNC Fall Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C... posted three wins with doubles partner Torsten Wietoska to reach the quarters of the ITA Midwest Regional Championships before being eliminated. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Was a 5-star recruit from Houston, Texas... ranked as high as No. 26 on the college recruiting lists and No. 22 in the TennisRPI rankings... finished third at the Texas state championships in 2003... won the regional and district championships in 2003... tallied a 27-17 record in national competition... claimed the championship at the B18 El Paso National Open and the ITF San Antonio doubles title... reached the doubles quarterfinals at the USTA B18 National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich... advanced to the finals of the 2007 USTA B18 National Opens in El Paso, Texas and the USTA National Opens in St. Louis, Mo... took home a third place finish at the USTA National Opens in Honolulu, Hawaii. PERSONAL: Price is the son of Jim and Gloria Price... father, Jim, played college tennis at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette and the University of Houston... valedictorian of the University of Miami Online High School... earned Principal’s Award at Stratford High School... majoring in business.

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Dual #1 12-13 12-13 8-9 0-1 -- -- 20-22 12-14

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Paul

Chappell

Sophomore | Right-Handed | 5-10 | Indianapolis, Ind. (Indiana) FALL 2009 (SOPHOMORE): Went 2-3 in singles and 0-2 in doubles during fall tournament competition… posted an opening-round singles victory at the Wilson/ ITA Texas Regional Championships in straight sets over an opponent from Lamar… opened the fall with a first-round victory in the singles B draw over Tulsa’s Rusty Turpin (6-4, 6-2) at the HEB Baylor Invitational. 2008-09 (REDSHIRT): Did not compete while redshirting after transferring to TCU in the summer of 2008. PRIOR TO TCU (INDIANA/ARIZONA STATE): Chappell went 0-1 in singles during fall tournament competition and 1-1 in doubles... paired with Hoosier teammate Michael McCarthy for an 8-3 victory over Kentucky’s Shane Collins and Will Beck at the Ohio State Invidational... spent the fall of 2007 at Arizona State... competed in one event while for the Sun Devils in the fall, winning all four of his matches at the UCIrvine Pre-Regional Challenge. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Played No. 1 singles for three years at North Central High School in Indianapolis, Ind.... named team MVP his senior season... won the John Shirley Invite three consecutive years. PERSONAL: Chappell is the son of Greg and Amy Chappell... has a brother, Nick... majoring in business. CAREER STATISTICS Singles Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Fall 2007 4-0 4-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- Spring 2008 0-1 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2008-09 Redshirted Fall 2009 2-3 2-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- Totals 6-4 6-4 -- -- -- -- -- --

#6 -----

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Santiago

Centeno

Freshman | Right-Handed | 6-0 | Guatemala City, Guatemala (American School of Guatemala) FALL 2009 (FRESHMAN): Totaled a 2-3 singles record and an 0-2 mark in doubles play in fall tournament competition… won his first-round match of the men’s singles B draw at the HEB Baylor Invitational over Air Force’s Brett Rodgers (6-2, 6-2)… also won his match of prequalifying singles at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championshiops over Prairie View’s Craig Wiltz (6-3, 6-4). HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Competed in ITF Juniors events prior to joining TCU... reached a career-best combined ITF Juniors ranking of No. 177 in January of 2009... reached final rounds in doubles four times during his ITF junior career. PERSONAL: Centeno is the son of Hector Manuel Centeno and Maria del Carmen Fernandez... father played volleyball for the Guatemalan National Team for 10 years... has one sister, Sofia, and one brother, Manuel... plans to major in business at TCU.

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Marius-Adrian

Cirstea

Freshman | Right-Handed | 6-1 | Bucharest, Romania (Liceul Dimitrie Bolintineanu) FALL 2009 (FRESHMAN): Led TCU with a 5-3 singles record in fall tournament competition… advanced to the Round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships with a pair of victories … posted his first career win over a ranked opponent when he took down Baylor’s No. 85-rated Attilla Bucko (3-6, 7-5, 7-5) in the Round of 32… reached Round 3 of prequalifying singles at the ITA D’Novo AllAmerican Championships… won a pair of consolation matches in the HEB Baylor Invitational following an opening round setback in the main draw… earned a No. 44 preseason national doubles ranking with teammate Slah Mbarek, although the pair did not play together during the fall. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Finished 2009 ranked No. 1177 in the ITF world rankings... an up-and-comer on the world Futures scene during the year before joining TCU, winning main draw rounds in both singles and doubles... advanced to the quarterfinals of singles play at the Romania F8 Futures event in the summer of 2009. PERSONAL: Cirstea is the son of Liviu and Angela Cirstea... plans to major in business at TCU. CAREER STATISTICS Singles Year Overall Tourn. Fall 2009 5-3 5-3 Totals 5-3 5-3

Dual -- --

#1 -- --

#2 -- --

#3 -- --

Doubles Year Fall 2009 Totals

Dual -- --

#1 -- --

#2 -- --

#3 -- --

Overall 0-2 0-2

Tourn. 0-2 0-2

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#5 -- --

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Sören

Goritzka

Freshman | Right-Handed | 6-5 | Wilhemshaven, Germany HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Arrives at TCU at the start of the spring semester as the No. 81-ranked player in men’s singles in Germany... climbed at one point to a high position of No. 1,393 in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) rankings before suffering a series of random injuries that hampered him over the last two seasons, including a broken hand and foot.. was recruited for the Spring 2010 term by over 20 schools, including most of the top SEC programs... experienced a standout career in the German junior ranks prior to his injuries... ranked No. 4 in German junior singles in 2006 and placed third in both singles and doubles of the 2007 German Junior Championships... followed up his 2007 showing at the German junior event with 2008 finishes of third in singles and runner-up in doubles... climbed to as high as No. 3 in the German singles rankings at one time... earned the North German Championship in singles. PERSONAL: Goritzka is the son of Holger and Ursula Goritzka... has two sisters, Jana and Swantje... plans to major in business.

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History

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Records

Tut Bartzen: Horned Frog Legend....................................... 48 Individual Rankings History....................................................... 49 NCAA Championships History...................................... 50-51 National Tournament Results.......................................... 52-53 Frogs in the Pros....................................................................... 54-55 All-Time Letterwinners......................................................... 56-57

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2009 SEASON REVIEW Head coach Dave Borelli’s third TCU Horned Frog squad added another successful season to the program’s record books in 2009 highlighted by its third Mountain West Conference championship in four years and another NCAA Championships appearance. TCU finished the spring season ranked No. 38 in the ITA national team ratings with five entries included in the national individual listings. Three Frogs earned national rankings in both singles and doubles, led by senior Kriegler Brink. Brink was listed at No. 77 in the end-of-year release of the ITA list after compiling a team-best 19-5 record while playing mainly at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions throughout the season. Freshman Slah Mbarek concluded his first year on campus ranked 93rd nationally in singles. He took over the Frogs’ top singles position midway through the season due to an injury to sophomore Emanuel Brighiu and went on to go 12-10 overall with two victories over ranked opponents. Mbarek paired with Brink to form the team’s top doubles group, a unit that posted a 16-2 overall record and 4-1 mark against rated foes. The pair ended the year ranked No. 44. Brighiu, while dealing with a nagging elbow injury all spring, still managed to place himself in the singles rankings by the end of the season at No. 115. He posted a 4-2 record in Mountain West Conference play. TCU’s individual highlight of the season was the selection of Brighiu and junior Adrian Simon for the NCAA Doubles Championships after the pair climbed as high as 12th in the national ratings early in the season. Despite being knocked out of the competition in the first round by a USC tandem that would conclude the spring with the nation’s No.

4 ranking, the pair was able to keep alive a long TCU tradition. At least one Frog individual entry has advanced to NCAAs from the program in 30 of the past 34 years. The spring started off slow for TCU thanks to a brutal early-season road schedule. The Frogs won only two of their first nine matches, with only one contest being played in Fort Worth. Overall, TCU played 19 of its 24 matches against teams ranked among the nation’s top-75 squads. Each of the Frogs’ losses came to rated programs. In one of its early challenges, the Frogs posted a 5-2 victory over No. 28 South Florida in only its second match of the spring at its ITA Indoor Regional. The win moved the squad on to the regional final, where it dropped a hard-fought 4-1 decision to No. 2 Texas. Two more losses to talented opponents followed the setback to the Longhorns in maches against No. 72 Oklahoma on the road and No. 14 Texas A&M at home. The Frogs took the Aggies down to the sixth and final singles match before the team decision was able to be settled. TCU bounced back from its tough loss to Texas A&M with one of the biggest victories in Borelli’s tenure. The squad took down No. 17 Tulsa on the road, 4-3, thanks to a comeback victory at No. 3 singles by Mbarek, who dropped the first set prior to rallying. The win marked the highest-ranked opponent defeated to date in the Borelli era. Following the Tulsa match, the Frogs’ early-season road gauntlet continued with setbacks to No. 18 Oklahoma State, No. 9 Ole Miss and No. 29 Texas Tech.

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With TCU looking to get its season on track, returing to campus for an extended homestand proved to be the right medicine. The team responded by opening a stretch of six straight victories with three consecutive wins against SMU, No 63 San Diego and UT San Antonio. Tough 4-3 losses to ACC foes in No. 25 Virginia Tech and No. 38 Duke put an end to TCU’s winning streak, but the Frogs were able to finish off their successful home stay with a 7-0 sweep of Columbia. Brink, the team’s lone senior, won both of his final matches in singles and doubles in his final home appearance against the Lions. The annual MWC schedule followed with TCU looking to defend both the conference regularseason and tournament championships it had won a year earlier. The regular-season slate proved to be no problem, save for a 5-2 slip up against No. 54 Utah, as the Frogs posted a 5-1 record to claim their fourth overall MWC crown and the top spot entering the conference tournament. Along the way, the Frogs were able to defeat three ranked teams in No. 38 San Diego State, No. 41 New Mexico and No. 65 UNLV. The April 10 win over the Aztecs put the squad’s record above .500 for the first time

Final Team Rankings

1 USC 2 Ohio State 3 Virginia 4 Mississippi 5 UCLA 6 Georgia 7 Baylor 8 Tennessee 9 Texas 10 Stanford -------------------------------------------38. TCU

all season at 11-10, a big feat considering the season’s 2-7 start. TCU’s steady performance during the MWC season saw the squad pile up individual spots on the All-Mountain West Conference Team. Brink, Brighiu and Mbarek each earned selections to the singles team, while Simon joined the group to give TCU an additional pair on the All-MWC Doubles Team. TCU opened the MWC Championships with a 4-2 win over San Diego State to advance to the finals, where the Frogs played a nail-biter against New Mexico for the conference title. The Lobos were able to claim a 4-3 victory over the Frogs with a win in the final singles match that went down to a tiebreaker. The NCAA Championships bracket that followed saw TCU earn a first-round rematch with No. 30 Tulsa, a team the Frogs had taken down earlier in the spring. This time the match went the way of the Golden Hurricane, with Tulsa claiming a 4-2 win. Emanuel Brighiu

Final Singles Rankings

1 Oleksandr Nedovyesov (Oklahoma St.) 2 Arnau Brugues (Tulsa) 3 John-Patrick Smith (Tennessee) 4 Bruno Agostinelli (Kentucky) 5 Robert Farah (USC) 6 Steven Moneke (Ohio State) 7 Michael Venus (LSU) 8 Denes Lukacs (Baylor) 9 Bryan Koniecko (Ohio State) 10 Nate Schnugg (Georgia) ----------------------------------------------77. Kriegler Brink (TCU) 93. Slah Mbarek (TCU) 115. Emanuel Brighiu (TCU)

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Final Doubles Rankings

1 Sandgren/Smith (Tennessee) 2 Inglot/Shabaz (Virginia) 3 tenBerge/Berg (Mississippi) 4 Venus/Skupski (LSU) 5 Parr/Forman (Wake Forest) 6 Tsyrenov/Puetz (Auburn) 7 Hunt/Schnugg (Georgia) 8 Altmann/Beidas (Pepperdine) 9 Pollock/Krajicek (Texas A&M) 10 Farah/Johnson (USC) --------------------------------------------------36. Brighiu/Simon (TCU) 44. Brink/Mbarek (TCU)

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DATE OPPONENT Jan. 21 at #21 Rice Jan. 31 vs. #28 South Florida Feb. 1 at #2 Texas Feb. 14 at #72 Oklahoma Feb. 18 #14 Texas A&M Feb. 21 at #17 Tulsa Feb. 22 vs. Oklahoma State Feb. 26 vs. #9 Mississippi Feb. 28 vs. #29 Texas Tech March 4 SMU March 6 #63 San Diego March 7 UT San Antonio March 9 #38 Duke March 13 #25 Virginia Tech March 17 Columbia April 2 vs. BYU April 3 vs. #65 UNLV April 4 at #54 Utah April 9 vs. #41 New Mexico April 10 at #38 San Diego State April 11 vs. Air Force April 24 vs. #46 San Diego State April 25 at #43 New Mexico May 13 at #30 Tulsa

W-L IN/OUT SCORE RECORD L Out 2-5 0-1 W Out 4-1 1-1 L Out 1-4 1-2 L In 2-5 1-3 L Out 3-4 1-4 W In 4-3 2-4 L In 2-5 2-5 L Out 2-5 2-6 L Out 2-5 2-7 W Out 4-3 3-7 W Out 6-1 4-7 W Out 4-3 5-7 L Out 3-4 5-8 L In 3-4 5-9 W Out 7-0 6-9 W In 5-2 7-9 W In 5-2 8-9 L In 2-5 8-10 W Out 5-2 9-10 W Out 4-2 10-10 W Out 5-0 11-10 W Out 4-2 12-10 L Out 3-4 12-11 L Out 2-4 12-12

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D1 D2 D3 RANK L Wu L #33 u W W #35 u L L #35 L W L #34 L W W #34 W W L #39 L W W #39 W W L #32 W W L #32 W L W #43 W W W #43 L W L #43 W L W #43 W L L #38 W W W #50 W W L #50 W W L #50 L W L #50 W L W #45 - - - #45 - - - #45 W L L #38 W u W #38 W L L #38

2009 Individual Results SINGLES Player E. Brighiu K. Brink K. Mabatah S. Mbarek Z. Nichols C. Powers C. Price J. Seider A. Simon TOTALS Percentage

Overall 8-11 19-5 0-2 12-10 12-9 7-8 10-9 0-2 2-11 70-67 .511

Dual Tour 8-11 0-0 19-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 12-10 0-0 12-9 0-0 7-8 0-0 10-9 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-11 0-0 70-67 0-0 .511 .000

DOUBLES Player OVERALL Brighhiu/Simon 10-9 Nichols/Seider 2-4 Brink/Price 0-1 Brink/Mbarek 16-2 Nichols/Price 7-7 Seider/Simon 0-1 Powers/Simon 0-1 Price/Seider 1-1 TOTALS 37-26 Percentage .587

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DUAL 10-9 2-4 0-1 16-2 7-7 0-1 0-1 1-1 37-26 .587

MWC 4-2 5-1 0-0 1-4 4-2 4-2 5-1 0-0 0-0 23-12 .657 TOURNEY 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000

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#3 --- 2-4 --- --- 6-7 0-1 --- 1-1 9-13 .409

Nat’l Streak Last 10 3-3 L 3 5-5 0-0 W 1 2-4 0-0 L 1 0-1 4-1 W 4 9-1 2-0 L 1 4-6 0-0 L 1 0-1 0-0 L 1 0-1 0-0 W 1 1-1 9-4 .692


2009 Season Review NCAA Regional Championships

Mountain West Championships

Tulsa, Okla. | May 8, 2009

Albuquerque, N.M. | April 22-25, 2008

#24 Tulsa (22-9) def. #34 TCU (12-12), 4-3

QUARTERFINALS #5 San Diego State def. #4 BYU, 4-0 #6 UNLV def. #3 Utah, 4-2 #2 New Mexico def. #7 Air Force, 4-0

SINGLES 1. *#1 Arnau Brugues (TLS) def. #114 Emanuel Brighiu (TCU) 4-6, 4-1, 6-0 2. #83 Slah Mbarek (TCU) def. Victor Kolik (TLS) 6-2, 6-2 3. #78 Kriegler Brink (TCU) def. #99 Phillip Stephens (TLS) 6-3, 6-3 4. Alberto Sottocorno (TLS) def. Zach Nichols (TCU) 6-1, 6-4 5. Ashley Watling (TLS) def. Christopher Price (TCU) 6-3, 6-1 6. Marko Ballok (TLS) vs. Adrian Simon (TCU) 6-1, 5-4, unfinished

SEMIFINALS #1 TCU def. #5 San Diego State, 4-2 #2 New Mexico def. #6 UNLV, 4-1 CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH #2 New Mexico def. #1 TCU, 4-3

Order finish: 2, 4, 5, 3, 1 DOUBLES 1. #39 Mbarek/Brink (TCU) def. #79 Seagraves/Sottocorno (TLS) 8-6 2. Stephens/Watling (TLS) def. #31 Brighiu/Simon (TCU) 9-8 (4) 3. Ballak/Brugues (TLS) def. Nichols/Price (TCU) 8-4 Order of finish: 1, 3, 2 *Clinching point

NCAA Doubles Championships College Station, Texas | May 21, 2009 ROUND OF 32 #4 Farah/Johnson (USC) def. Brighui/Simon (TCU), 6-2, 6-4

Postseason Awards

All-MWC Singles Team Evan Urbina, So., BYU *Graeme Kassautzki, Sr., New Mexico *Johnny Parkes, Sr., New Mexico Achim Ceban, Jr., San Diego State Juan Gomez, Jr., San Diego State *Emanuel Brighiu, So., TCU *Kriegler Brink, Sr., TCU Slah Mbarek, Fr., TCU Mehdi Bouras, Fr., UNLV *Elliot Wronski, Sr., UNLV Phillip Eilers, Jr., Utah Wes Hancock, Sr., Utah All-MWC Doubles Team Johnny Parkes/Miles Bugby, New Mexico Achim Ceban/Juan Gomez, San Diego State Adrian Simon/Emanuel Brighiu, TCU Kriegler Brink/Slah Mbarek, TCU Elliot Wronski/Luca Barlocchi, UNLV Wes Hancock/Phillip Eilers, Utah Player of the Year Johnny Parkes, New Mexico Freshman of the Year Mehdi Bouras, UNLV Coach of the Year Alan Dils, New Mexico

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H A H H H H A H A H A H H H N1 N1 N1 A H H H H A A

East Texas State Saint Edward’s NE Louisiana Hardin-Simmons Saint Edward’s Texas Wesleyan Houston Texas Wesleyan UT Arlington UT Arlington Texas Rice Baylor Abilene Christian Midwestern State New Mexico State Hardin-Simmons Texas Tech East Texas State Gustavus Adolphus Wisconsin Texas A&M Abilene Christian SMU

1977 29-6 (.829) • 9th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen W, 5-4 W, 8-1 L, 2-7 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 L, 0-7 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 1-6 W, 5-2 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 L, 1-6 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 0-7 W, 7-0 L, 0-7

1975 12-7 (.632) • Not Ranked Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/20 10/21 10/23 2/11 2/14 2/20 2/24 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/8 4/4 4/5 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/24

H H A H A H A N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H H A H H H A A H

East Texas State Texas Wesleyan East Texas State Southeast Oklahoma Saint Edward’s Central Texas JC East Texas State Trinity Rice West Texas State UT Pan American North Texas State Texas Houston Texas Tech Baylor Hardin-Simmons Abilene Christian Texas Wesleyan Rice Texas A&M SMU

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

1976 20-9 (.690) • Not Ranked Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/16 9/25 10/10 11/7 11/8 11/9 2/2 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/4 3/6 3/9 3/12 3/13 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/8 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/17

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H A H N3 N3 N3 A H H H H A H H N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H A A A H H H H A A A H A N4 H

East Texas State Midland JC Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma City SMU LSU North Texas State Austin College Saint Edward’s UT Pan American East Texas State Trinity Texas Wesleyan Midland College West Texas State SMU Oklahoma State Oklahoma Mary Hardin-Baylor Abilene Christian Texas Central Texas JC Abilene Christian Hardin-Simmons Texas Southern Baylor Oklahoma Michigan State Rice Texas A&M SMU Houston Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas Texas Tech

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

9/16 9/24 10/1 10/12 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/26 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/23 3/24 3/29 3/30 4/5 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/19 4/20 4/29 4/30 5/3 5/5 5/10 5/23

A A H H H A H N2 N2 N2 N2 H A H H H A A A N5 N5 N5 A H A A A H A H H H A H H H H H N6

Midland JC North Texas State East Texas State Texas Wesleyan Austin College East Texas State North Texas State New Mexico Texas Texas A&M Houston Texas Southern Southeast Oklahoma Hardin-Simmons Central Texas JC Arkansas UCLA San Diego State San Diego Redlands Cal State-Fullerton Cal-Irvine Baylor Minnesota Saint Edward’s Texas Texas Tech Texas A&M Oklahoma Rice Pepperdine SMU Houston Trinity UT Pan American Texas Wesleyan Mary Hardin-Baylor Michigan Miami (Fla.)

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

1978 19-7 (.731) • 15th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/27 10/10 10/21 10/22 10/23 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/6 3/8 3/11 3/13 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/24 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/12 4/15 4/27

H A N7 A7 N7 H H H N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H H H H H A A A A A A A A H H A A

Texas Wesleyan East Texas State Clemson LSU Oklahoma State Saint Edward’s East Texas State North Texas State Vanderbilt Houston Texas A&M Texas Texas Wesleyan Central Texas JC Texas Tech North Carolina Oklahoma Baylor Clemson UCLA Pepperdine San Diego San Diego State Cal-Irvine SMU Rice Texas A&M Texas Houston Arkansas Trinity

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

1979 14-9 (.609) • 18th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/22 9/23 9/24 10/2 10/18 2/15 2/21 2/26 3/1 3/1 3/2

N7 A7 N7 H H H H A N2 N2 N2

Oklahoma State LSU Clemson Dallas East Texas State Texas Wesleyan Saint Edward’s East Texas State South Carolina Texas Trinity

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

2/13 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/24 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/14 3/17 3/20 3/22 3/24 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/4 4/7 4/10 4/14 4/17

All-American Randy Crawford led TCU to its first top-10 finish in 1977. 3/3 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/20 3/29 3/31 4/4 4/8 4/12 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/21 5/1

N2 H H H H A H A H H H A A H H H

Texas A&M North Texas State Central Texas JC LSU Southern Illinois Texas Rice Houston Texas A&M Miami (Fla.) Arkansas Baylor Texas Tech Washington & Lee SMU Trinity

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

1980 12-9 (.571) • 16th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 11/6 2/20 2/21 2/25 2/29 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/20 3/26 3/29 4/2 4/4 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/16 4/19

H H H H A N2 N2 N2 N2 A A A H H A H A H A A H A

North Texas State Northeast Louisiana North Texas State East Texas State LSU Wichita State Clemson Mississippi State Texas Southern California Pepperdine UCLA Texas Wesleyan Baylor Trinity Houston Arkansas Texas Tech Texas A&M Rice Texas SMU

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

1981 19-9 (.679) • 13th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/17 9/26 9/26 9/26 9/26 9/27 9/27 10/8 10/15 10/17 10/23 10/23 10/27 11/4 11/7 2/10

H N8 A8 N8 N8 N8 N8 H H H H H H H H H

East Texas State Midwestern State Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma Baptist Cooke County JC Oral Roberts North Texas State Navarro JC Texas Wesleyan North Texas State Tyler JC North Texas State Cooke County JC SMU Northeast Louisiana Centenary

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

H H H H H H H H H N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H H H H H A H H A H A A

Texas Wesleyan Midwestern State Cooke County JC Midland JC East Texas State Hardin-Simmons Tyler JC Schreiner West Texas State San Diego Clemson SMU California Duke Arizona Miami (Fla.) Trinity South Carolina North Texas State Rice Baylor SMU Texas A&M Texas Arkansas Houston Texas Tech

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

1982 22-6 (.786) • 9th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/15 9/28 10/1 10/12 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/27 11/4 11/11 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/27 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/29 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/10 4/12 4/15 5/15 5/16

H H H H N9 N9 N9 H H H H H H H H H A N2 N2 N2 N2 H A A A A H H H H A A A A H H N6 N6

East Texas State Texas Wesleyan McLennan JC Oklahoma Pepperdine Arkansas SMU Cooke County JC North Texas State Tyler JC SW Louisiana Midwestern State Cooke County JC East Texas State Texas Wesleyan Austin Peay Trinity Alabama Southern California Arkansas Texas North Texas State Georgia Furman Clemson Auburn Southern Illinois Baylor Texas Tech Houston Rice Texas A&M Arkansas SMU New Mexico Texas Duke UCLA

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

1983 23-9 (.719) • 19th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/14 10/6 10/26 1/29 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/22 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/13 3/15

H H H H H H H H H H H N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H H H

Tyler JC Grambling State Cooke County JC Clemson Saint Edward’s Arkansas-Little Rock Cooke County JC McLennan JC Hardin-Simmons Oklahoma Tyler JC Oklahoma Texas A&M Houston Alabama Texas Wesleyan Lamar West Texas State Northeast Louisiana Arizona State

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


History 3/15 3/22 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/7 4/9 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/26 4/27

H A N10 N10 A10 A H A H H A H H H H

Mississippi Baylor Tennessee Michigan Wichita State Texas SMU Houston Wichita State Arkansas Texas Tech Texas A&M Rice North Texas State Trinity

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

1984 22-12 (.647) • Not Ranked Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/26 H 9/30 N11 10/1 N11 10/2 N11 10/17 H 10/20 H 10/25 H 11/8 H 2/4 H 2/7 H 2/10 H 2/11 H 2/14 H 2/16 H 2/22 H 2/24 H 2/25 H 2/29 N2 3/1 N2 3/2 N2 3/2 N2 3/3 N2 3/8 H 3/9 H 3/10 H 3/14 H 3/15 H 3/18 H 3/20 A 3/21 A 3/24 H 3/28 H 3/30 A 3/31 A 4/2 A 4/5 A 4/7 H 4/10 H 4/12 H 4/16 A 4/18 H 4/20 H

TyleDr JC Oklahoma State Oklahoma SMU North Texas State Grambling State Cooke County JC Midland JC Wichita State Hardin-Simmons Midland JC Arkansas-Little Rock Cooke County JC Texas Wesleyan Midwestern State North Texas State Northeast Louisiana Arizona State Alabama Arkansas-Little Rock Wichita State Arizona Kentucky North Carolina West Texas State Oklahoma City Illinois Auburn South Carolina Georgia SW Louisiana Baylor Rice Texas A&M Trinity SMU New Mexico Texas Tyler JC Arkansas Texas Tech Houston

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

1985 15-12 (.556) • 18th ITA • NIT Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/20 9/25 9/28 9/29 9/30 10/2 10/9 10/29 2/8 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/14 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/27 3/28 4/3 4/6 4/11 4/13

H H N11 N11 N11 H H H H H H H H N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 H H A A N12 H A A H A H

Paris JC Tyler JC SMU Oklahoma State Oklahoma Midwestern State East Texas State Hardin-Simmons SW Texas State Hardin-Simmons West Texas State Arkansas-Little Rock North Carolina UT Pan American Clemson Oklahoma State North Carolina Auburn South Carolina Oklahoma City Alabama Auburn Georgia Baylor Houston Texas Tech Rice Texas Arkansas

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

4/17 4/19 4/20 5/17 5/18 5/19

H H H N13 N13 N13

SMU Texas A&M Trinity Kansas Maryland Kentucky

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

1986 17-8 (.680) • 15th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/23 2/25 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/13 3/14 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/19

H H H H A H N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 H H N14 N14 A H H A A A H H A H

Hardin-Simmons Midwestern State Northeast Louisiana Arkansas-Little Rock Trinity Alabama Illinois Miami (Fla.) Arkansas Clemson South Carolina North Carolina Houston South Carolina Oklahoma State LSU Georgia New Mexico Rice Texas A&M Arkansas Baylor Texas Tech SMU Texas

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

1987 14-8 (.636) • 12th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 9/27 9/28 9/29 2/15 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/18 3/21 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/28 4/3 4/7 4/11 4/14 4/18 5/16

N11 N11 N11 H N15 N15 N15 A A N2 N2 N2 N2 H A H N16 N16 N16 H A H H H N6

Texas A&M SMU Oklahoma State Texas Tech UCLA Stanford Tennessee Houston Rice North Carolina Clemson Long Beach State SMU LSU Baylor Trinity Auburn Texas A&M Tennessee Texas A&M Texas Arkansas Wichita State SMU UCLA

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

1988 20-5 (.800) • 14th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/12 2/16 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/11 3/12 3/16 3/22 3/24 3/26 3/29 4/2 4/7 4/9 4/16 4/22 4/23 4/24 5/20

A H H A H N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 H H H A N16 N16 A H A H A N17 A17 N17 N6

Arkansas North Texas State Arkansas-Little Rock Texas Tech Northeast Louisiana Mississippi Long Beach State Duke Alabama Texas Rice Wake Forest Indiana LSU Clemson Long Beach State Texas A&M Texas Trinity Baylor SMU Texas Tech Texas Arkansas Tennessee

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

1989 26-7 (.788) • 4th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/4 2/7 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/15 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/30 4/1 4/4 4/7 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/23 5/20 5/21 5/22

H H N18 N18 A N15 N15 N15 N15 N2 N2 N2 N2 H A H H N19 N19 N19 N19 H H A H H A H20 H20 H20 N6 N6 A6

Arkansas-Little Rock UT Arlington Texas A&M Duke Miami (Fla.) BYU Southern California Pepperdine Miami (Fla.) Cal-San Diego Cal-Santa Barbara South Carolina Clemson Wake Forest Rice Mississippi SMU Yale Auburn Long Beach State Mississippi LSU Arkansas Baylor Texas A&M Texas Tech Texas Baylor Texas Arkansas Kentucky UCLA Georgia

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

Three-time All-American Luis Ruette helped lead the 1992 team to TCU’s seventh NCAA appearance. 1990 20-5 (.800) • 13th ITA Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/22 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/17 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/28 4/2 4/7 4/10 4/16 4/20 4/21 4/22

A A A N15 N15 N15 N2 N2 N2 H H H H A H A H H H H H A N21 A21 N21

Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas Texas Tech Alabama Pepperdine Clemson Ball State Notre Dame Harvard North Carolina State Wake Forest Rice Oklahoma LSU Clemson Texas A&M New Mexico Georgia Tech Texas Trinity Baylor SMU Arkansas Rice Texas

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

1991 16-6 (.727) • 11th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/23 3/2 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/14 3/17 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/29 4/3 4/6 4/13 4/19 4/20 4/21 5/17 5/18

H N15 N15 N15 A N2 N2 N2 H A N16 N16 N16 H A H H N22 N22 A22 N6 N6

SMU Miami (Fla.) Notre Dame Kentucky Baylor SE Louisiana Ball State Pepperdine LSU Rice Fresno State Alabama Southern California Texas A&M Texas Arkansas Texas Tech Baylor Arkansas Texas A&M Harvard LSU

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

The 1989 squad earned TCU’s first-ever top-five finish and advanced to the NCAA semifinals for the first time.

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History 1992 20-4 (.833) • 7th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/12 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/29 3/12 3/14 3/16 3/19 3/24 3/27 3/28 3/29 4/4 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/18 4/19 5/15

N18 N18 A A N15 N15 N15 N15 H H H H A H N16 N16 N16 A A H A N17 A17 N6

Cal-Irvine Clemson Miami (Fla.) Texas Tech Kentucky UCLA Notre Dame Stanford Baylor New Mexico Rice Arkansas LSU Harvard Ohio State Miami (Fla.) North Carolina Georgia SMU Texas Texas A&M Rice Texas North Carolina

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

1993 20-7 (.741) • 14th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/25 3/27 3/29 3/31 4/2 4/4 4/10 4/14 4/17 4/23 4/24 4/25 5/14 5/15

N15 N15 N15 H H H N2 N2 N2 N2 N16 N16 N16 H H H A H N23 H A H H20 H20 H20 N6 N6

New Mexico Arkansas Harvard Tulsa LSU North Carolina State South Alabama Colorado Texas A&M Minnesota Miami (Fla.) Cal-Santa Barbara Drake New Mexico Texas Tech Georgia Baylor Texas A&M Arkansas SMU Texas Rice Baylor Rice Texas Virginia Commonwealth UCLA

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

1994 18-5 (.783) • 6th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 1/28 1/29 2/12 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/5 3/10 3/13 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/24 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/9 4/14 4/22 4/23 4/24 5/21 5/22

A N18 A N15 N15 N15 A H H N16 N16 N16 H A H H H A N21 N21 N21 N24 N24

Miami (Fla.) Pepperdine Texas Tech Harvard Kansas New Mexico LSU Illinois Arkansas North Carolina Mississippi State Texas Baylor SMU Rice Florida State Texas Texas A&M Baylor Texas Texas A&M Georgia Tech UCLA

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

1995 25-6 (.806) • 7th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 1/20 1/21 1/22 2/13 2/18 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/11 3/12 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/23 3/26 3/29 4/3 4/8 4/12 4/14 4/21 4/22 4/23 5/6 5/7 5/13 5/14

H H H H A N15 N15 N15 N2 N2 N2 N2 N25 N25 N16 N16 N16 H H H H A A H N22 A22 N22 N26 A26 N6 A6

North Texas UT Pan Am UT Arlington Pepperdine Rice Mississippi Notre Dame Florida Michigan State Clemson Minnesota Harvard Wake Forest Clemson VCU Auburn Miami (Fla.) Arkansas Miami (Fla.) SMU Texas Tech Texas Baylor Texas A&M Baylor Texas A&M Texas Arkansas-Little Rock Texas A&M LSU Georgia

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

1996 23-3 (.885) • 3rd ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 1/20 1/31 2/17 2/22 2/23 2/24 3/1 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/21 3/23 3/28 3/30 4/6 4/10 4/13 4/20 4/21 5/18 5/19 5/20

H H A N15 N15 N15 N27 H H H H N16 N16 N16 A A H H H A A H20 H20 N6 N6 N6

UT Pan Am UT San Antonio Texas Tech Florida Stanford Southern California Arkansas Tulane Michigan State Utah Clemson UAB Notre Dame Fresno State Pepperdine Cal-Irvine Baylor Rice Texas SMU Texas A&M Texas Tech Texas A&M LSU Mississippi UCLA

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

TCU’s 1996 team recorded the school’s highest finish in the ITA rankings and included four All-Americans. 1997 15-12 (.556) • Not Ranked • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 1/23 1/24 2/4 2/15 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/10 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/22 3/28 4/4 4/8 4/19 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/9 5/10 5/11

A A H A N15 N15 N15 H H H A H N16 N16 N16 H A H A H H28 H28 H28 H28 H29 H29 H29

Southern California Pepperdine UT Arlington Baylor Mississippi Mississippi State Fresno State Texas A&M Texas Tech Michigan State Arkansas Clemson Illinois VCU New Mexico Duke Rice Tulsa Texas SMU San Jose State Utah Fresno State UNLV SW Louisiana Arkansas Texas

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

TCU’s 2001 team, with three All-Americans, won the WAC tournament title and reached the NCAA semifinals.

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1998 11-13 (.458) • 38th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Tut Bartzen 2/14 2/20 2/28 3/5 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/26 3/27 3/29 4/2 4/5 4/8 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/22 4/23 4/24 5/14 5/15

H A H H H H H N16 N16 N16 A A A A A H H A H N30 N30 N30 N31 N31

Rice Arkansas Baylor Pepperdine Fresno State Miami (Fla.) North Carolina State Illinois UAB Auburn North Carolina Clemson Duke Texas A&M Tulsa UT Arlington UTEP SMU Texas Air Force UNLV SMU Baylor SMU

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

1999 14-7 (.667) • 22nd ITA • NCAAs Coach: Michael Center 2/11 2/13 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/27 3/3 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/14 3/27 4/3 4/7 4/10 4/14 4/22 5/14 5/15

A H H H A H H N2 N2 N2 N2 H H A H H A H N32 N33 A33

Baylor Ball State BYU New Mexico UT Arlington Texas Tech Clemson Middle Tenn. State Tulane Washington Texas Tech North Carolina Duke Texas Tulsa Arkansas Rice SMU Tulsa Kansas SMU

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


History 2000 22-5 (.815) • 10th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Michael Center 1/29 1/30 2/10 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/9 3/11 3/14 3/25 3/30 3/31 4/8 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/22 4/29 4/30 5/13 5/14 5/20 5/21

N34 A A A H H N35 N35 N35 N35 H H A A H H H A H H A H28 H28 H36 H36 N6 N6

Florida State New Mexico Arkansas Baylor Abilene Christian Texas A&M Michigan State Middle Tenn. State Louisiana-Lafayette South Alabama Texas-Arlington Memphis Pepperdine Duke Arkansas-Little Rock Virginia Tech Rice SMU Cal-Irvine Baylor Tulsa Tulsa SMU Hofstra Michigan Baylor Stanford

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

2001 24-4 (.857) • 5th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/29 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/24 2/25 3/1 3/3 3/9 3/16 3/20 3/27 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/7 4/14 4/18 4/21 4/28 4/29 5/12 5/13 5/19 5/21 5/22

A N37 A37 N38 N38 N38 H H H H A H A H H H H A H H H N39 A39 H36 H36 N6 N6 N6

UT Arlington Arizona State Washington Mississippi Oklahoma State UCLA Texas Tech South Alabama Tulane VCU Texas A&M Duke UNLV California Santa Clara Pepperdine Baylor Rice Tulsa SMU Kansas Rice Fresno State UT Arlington Tulane Southern California Texas A&M Tennessee

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

2002 11-12 (.478) • 32nd ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/31 2/2 2/13 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/25 3/1 3/8 3/14 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/30 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/14 4/19 4/20 4/21 5/11

H H H A H40 H40 H H H A H N41 A41 H H A A A H N42 N42 A42 N43

SMU Alabama UT Arlington Tulsa Charlotte Tulane South Alabama Furman Miami (Fla.) Baylor Colorado Washington Pepperdine Texas A&M Rice Duke VCU SMU Arkansas Southern Miss South Florida Louisville LSU

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

2003 16-9 (.640) • 21st ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/24 1/24 1/29 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/10 2/17 3/1 3/2 3/8 3/13 3/15 3/20 3/26 3/29 4/2 4/6 4/9 4/12 4/17 4/18 4/19 5/9 5/10

H H H H44 H44 A A H H40 H40 H A N18 H A H H A A H N45 N45 N45 N46 A46

TAMU-Corpus Christi Saint Louis UT Arlington Washington Arizona State Stanford California South Alabama East Carolina Louisville Duke Miami (Fla.) Wisconsin Wichita State SMU Tulsa Baylor Texas A&M Rice SMU UAB South Florida Tulane SMU Baylor

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

2004 18-7 (.720) • 18th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/24 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/24 2/28 2/29 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/13 3/17 3/20 3/25 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/11 4/16 4/17 4/18 5/15 5/16 5/22

H H H H H H H40 H40 H N47 N47 A H H H A A A A N48 N48 N48 N49 A49 N50

TAMU Corpus Christi UT Arlington Colorado Texas A&M Florida State South Alabama Charlotte Louisville SMU Washington Pepperdine Tulsa Miami (Fla.) Boise State Rice Baylor Duke Virginia SMU Southern Miss Louisville Tulane East Tennessee State Kentucky Clemson

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

2006 18-10 (.643) • 31st ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/28 2/8 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26 2/28 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/22 3/24 3/27 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/14 4/15

H H H H H H H A A H A H H H H H H A H H A N58

TAMU-Corpus Christi UT Arlington Texas Tech San Diego Denver LSU South Alabama Tulsa Oklahoma State Baylor Texas A&M Pepperdine California Wichita State Abilene Christian Rice SMU New Mexico BYU Air Force Utah UNLV

2007 10-12 (.455) • 68th ITA Coach: Dave Borelli 1/24 1/26 2/11 2/27 3/4 3/7 3/10 3/11 3/14 3/17 3/17 3/20 3/27 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/26 4/27

H H H A A H H A H H H A H N5 N5 A H H H H N60 N60

UT Pan Am Clemson TAMU-Corpus Christi LSU Baylor SMU Tulsa Oklahoma State Duke Abilene Christian Wichita State UT Arlington Texas A&M Utah BYU San Diego State Wisconsin Air Force UNLV New Mexico Air Force UNLV

2005 8-15 (.348) • 48th ITA • NCAAs Coach: Joey Rivé 1/28 2/3 2/11 2/23 2/26 2/27 3/4 3/11 3/12 3/16 3/18 3/20 3/27 3/29 4/1 4/3 4/6 4/13 4/16 4/17 4/22 4/23 5/14

H A H H H H H A N51 H A A A A A H H H H H N52 N52 N53

TAMU-Corpus Christi UT Arlington BYU South Alabama Memphis Louisville Virginia California Pepperdine Duke Florida Florida State Texas Tech Baylor Rice Tulsa Baylor SMU Oklahoma State Colorado Southern Miss Louisville Wake Forest

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

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

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

2008 20-8 (.714) • 34th ITA Coach: Dave Borelli 2/2 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/6 2/11 2/11 2/17 2/23` 2/24 3/5 3/8 3/10 3/12 3/14 3/18 3/21 3/22 3/27 3/28 3/29 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/16 4/25 4/26 5/9

A N61 H H H H H H H H H A A A H H A A N62 N62 A N63 N63 N63 A H64 H64 N65

UT San Antonio St. Edward’s Idaho UT Arlington Abilene Christian Dallas Baptist TAMU-Corpus Christi Texas Tech Minnesota Oklahoma State Oklahoma Texas A&M Wisconsin Illinois Wake Forest Columbia Fresno State Pepperdine Air Force BYU UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico SMU BYU New Mexico Rice

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

2009 12-12 (.500) • 38th ITA Coach: Dave Borelli 1/21 1/31 2/01 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/26 2/28 3/04 3/06 3/07 3/09 3/13 3/17 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/24 4/25 5/8

A N66 N66 A H A A N67 A H H H H H H N68 N68 A N69 A N69 N70 N70 N71

Rice USF Texas Oklahoma Texas A&M Tulsa Oklahoma State Mississippi Texas Tech SMU San Diego Texas-San Antonio Duke Virginia Tech Columbia BYU UNLV Utah New Mexico San Diego State Air Force San Diego State New Mexico Tulsa

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

Tournaments/Neutral Sites

1=Abilene, Texas; 2=HEB Invitational (Corpus Christi, Texas); 3=Oklahoma State Tournament (Stillwater, Okla.); 4=Little Rock, Ark.; 5=San Diego, Calif.; 6=NCAA Championships (Athens, Ga.); 7=L.K. Sherwood Invitational (Baton Rouge, La.); 8=Texas Wesleyan Tournament (Fort Worth, Texas); 9=Miller High Life Championships (San Antonio, Texas); 10=Wichita State Round Robin (Wichita, Kan.); 11=Wichita Falls Tennis Classic (Wichita Falls, Texas); 12=Atlanta, Ga.; 13=National Invitational Tournament (Orlando, Fla.); 14=Baton Rouge, La.; 15=National Team Indoors (Louisville, Ky.); 16=Blue-Gray Classic (Montgomery, Ala.); 17=Southwest Conference Championships (Austin, Texas); 18=Coral Gables, Fla.; 19=Cal-Irvine Tournament (Irvine, Calif.); 20=Southwest Conference Championships (Fort Worth, Texas); 21=Southwest Conference Championships (Houston, Texas); 22=Southwest Conference Championships (College Station, Texas); 23=Dallas, Texas; 24=NCAA Championships (South Bend, Ind.); 25=College Station, Texas; 26=NCAA Region VI Championships (College Station, Texas); 27=Oklahoma City, Okla.; 28=Western Athletic Conference Championship (Fort Worth, Texas); 29=NCAA Region VI Championships (Fort Worth, Texas); 30=Western Athletic Conference Championship (Tulsa, Okla.); 31=NCAA Regional Championships (Austin, Texas); 32=Western Athletic Conference Championship (San Diego, Calif.); 33=NCAA Regional Championships (Dallas, Texas); 34=Albuquerque, N.M.; 35=Corpus Christi Invitational (Corpus Christi, Texas); 36=NCAA Regional Championships (Fort Worth, Texas); 37=Husky Invitational (Seattle, Wash.); 38=National Team Indoors (Seattle, Wash.); 39=Western Athletic Conference Championship (Fresno, Calif.); 40=Conference USA Shootout (Fort Worth, Texas); 41=Pepperdine Shootout (Malibu, Calif.); 42=Conference USA Championship (Louisville, Ky.); 43=NCAA Regional Championships (College Station, Texas); 44=TCU Shootout (Fort Worth, Texas); 45=Conference USA Championship (Waukesh, Wis.); 46=NCAA Regional Championships (Waco, Texas); 47=Arizona State Quadrangle (Tempe, Ariz.); 48=Conference USA Championship (Memphis, Tenn.); 49=NCAA Regional Championships (Lexington, Ky.); 50=NCAA Championships (Tulsa, Okla.); 51=Berkeley, Calif.; 52=Conference USA Championship (Louisville, Ky.); 53=NCAA Regionals (Lubbock, Texas); 54=Conference USA Shootout (Fort Worth, Texas); 55=Berkeley, Calif.; 56=Conference USA Championship (Louisville, Ky.); 57=NCAA Regionals (Lubbock, Texas); 58=Salt Lake City, Utah; 59=Mountain West Conference Championship (San Diego, Calif.); 60=NCAA Regional Championships (Malibu, Calif.); 60=Mountain West Conference Championship (Colorado Springs, Colo.); 61=San Antonio, Texas; 62=Las Vegas, Nev.; 63=Provo, Utah; 64=Mountain West Conference Championship (Fort Worth, Texas); 65=NCAA Regional Championships (Austin, Texas); 66=ITA Indoor Team Regional (Austin, Texas); 67=Waco, Texas; 68=Salt Lake City, Utah; 69=San Diego, Calif.; 70=Mountain West Conference Championship (Alburquerque, N.M.); 71=NCAA First Round (Tulsa, Okla.)

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History Abilene Christian (7-0) 4/4/1974 H W 5-2 4/17/1974 A W 7-0 4/12/1975 H W 6-1 3/4/1976 H W 9-0 3/12/1976 A W 9-0 2/24/2000 H W 7-0 3/29/2006 H W 7-0 2/6/2008 H W 6-0 Air Force (7-0) 4/22/1998 N30 W 4-1 4/9/2006 H W 6-1 4/27/2006 N59 W 5-0 4/13/2007 H W 7-0 4/26/2007 N60 W 4-0 3/27/2008 N62 W 7-0 4/11/2009 N69 W 5-0 Alabama (6-3) 3/4/1982 N2 W 5-1 3/5/1983 N2 L 4-5 3/1/1984 N2 L 0-6 3/19/1985 A W 6-3 3/3/1986 H W 6-3 3/5/1988 N2 W 8-1 2/22/1990 N15 L 3-5 3/22/1991 N16 W 6-2 2/2/2002 H W 5-2 Arizona (1-1) 3/14/1981 H W 5-4 3/3/1984 N2 L 3-6 Arizona State (4-0) 3/15/1983 H W 7-2 2/29/1984 N2 W 5-4 2/11/2001 N37 W 4-2 2/2/2003 H44 W 5-2 Arkansas (21-14, 21-13spring) 4/14/1976 N4 W 6-3 3/12/1977 H W 5-4 4/15/1978 A L 3-6 4/14/1979 H L 4-5 4/4/1980 A L 3-6 4/10/1981 H L 3-6 10/17/1981 N9 L 2-7 3/5/1982 N2 L 4-5 4/7/1982 A L 3-6 4/9/1983 H L 0-9 4/16/1984 A L 2-7 4/13/1985 H W 5-4 3/7/1986 N2 W 7-2 4/8/1986 H L 2-7 4/11/1987 H W 8-1 2/12/1988 A L 4-5 4/24/1988 N17 W 5-4 4/1/1989 H W 7-2 4/23/1989 H20 W 5-4 2/14/1990 A W 8-1 4/20/1990 N21 W 5-1 4/6/1991 H W 7-2 4/20/1991 N22 W 6-0 3/16/1992 H W 6-0 2/18/1993 N15 L 3-4 4/4/1993 N23 W 6-1 3/13/1994 H W 5-1 3/23/1995 H W 6-1 3/1/1996 N27 W 6-1 3/7/1997 A L 3-4 5/10/1997 H29 W 4-1 2/20/1998 A L 2-5 4/7/1999 H W 6-1 2/10/2000 A W 6-1 4/14/2002 H W 5-2 Arkansas–Little Rock (10-1) 4/13/1976 A W 7-2 2/10/1983 H L 4-5 2/11/1984 H W 6-3 3/2/1984 N2 W 5-4 3/1/1985 H W 5-4

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2/23/1986 H W 5-4 2/20/1988 H W 8-1 2/4/1989 H W 9-0 2/13/1990 A W 9-0 5/6/1995 N26 W 4-2 3/30/2000 H W 4-3 Auburn (3-5) 3/18/1982 A W 7-2 3/18/1984 H L 2-7 3/9/1985 N2 L 4-5 3/20/1985 A L 4-5 3/26/1987 N16 L 4-5 3/24/1989 N19 W 8-1 3/17/1995 N16 W 4-1 3/21/1998 N16 L 0-4 Austin College (2-0) 2/9/1976 H W 7-0 2/14/1977 H W 9-0 Austin Peay (1-0) 2/22/1982 H W 9-0 Ball State (3-0) 3/2/1990 N2 W 6-0 3/9/1991 N2 W 5-1 2/13/1999 H W 7-0 Baylor (32-12) 4/2/1974 H L 1-6 4/9/1975 A W 7-2 3/26/1976 H W 8-1 3/23/1977 A W 8-1 3/13/1978 H W 7-2 4/16/1979 A W 9-0 3/26/1980 H W 9-0 3/30/1981 A W 9-0 3/24/1982 H W 9-0 3/22/1983 A W 9-0 3/28/1984 H W 7-2 3/27/1985 H W 9-0 4/11/1986 H W 7-2 3/21/1987 A W 9-0 4/9/1988 H W 7-2 4/4/1989 A W 8-1 4/21/1989 H20 W 6-0 4/10/1990 H W 8-1 3/2/1991 A W 9-0 4/19/1991 N22 W 9-0 2/29/1992 H W 9-0 3/31/1993 A W 7-0 4/23/1993 H20 W 4-3 3/24/1994 H W 7-0 4/22/1994 N21 W 7-0 4/12/1995 A W 5-0 4/21/1995 N22 W 5-0 3/28/1996 H W 6-1 2/15/1997 A W 6-1 2/28/1998 H W 4-3 5/14/1998 N31 W 4-2 2/11/1999 A L 2-5 2/19/2000 A L 2-5 4/16/2000 H L 2-5 5/20/2000 N6 W 4-1 4/4/2001 H W 7-0 3/14/2002 A L 1-6 4/2/2003 H L 2-5 5/10/2003 A46 L 0-4 3/30/2004 A L 1-6 3/29/2005 A L 0-7 4/6/2005 H L 2-5 3/7/2006 H L 3-4 3/4/2007 A L 0-7 Boise State (1-0) 3/20/2004 H W 4-3 BYU (9-0) 2/22/1989 N15 W 6-0 2/19/1999 H W 6-1 2/11/2005 H W 6-1 4/8/2006 H W 6-1

4/28/2006 N59 W 3/31/2007 N5 W 3/28/2008 N62 W 4/25/2008 N64 W 4/2/2009 N68 W California 3/7/1981 N2 L 3/27/2001 H W 2/10/2003 A L 3/11/2005 A L 3/27/2006 H L Cal-Irvine 3/19/1977 N5 W 3/24/1978 A W 1/31/1992 N18 W 3/23/1996 A W 4/15/2000 H W Cal-San Diego 3/3/1989 N2 W Cal-Santa Barbara 3/4/1989 N2 W 3/19/1993 N16 W Cal State-Fullerton 3/18/1977 N5 W Centenary 2/10/1981 H W Charlotte 2/22/2002 H40 W 2/28/2004 H40 W

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

Clemson (11-12, 9-12 spring) 10/21/1977 N7 W 6-3 3/15/1978 H W 9-0 9/24/1978 N7 W 6-3 3/6/1980 N2 L 1-5 3/5/1981 N2 L 3-6 3/17/1982 A L 4-5 1/29/1983 H L 4-5 3/7/1985 N2 L 1-5 3/8/1986 N2 L 2-7 3/6/1987 N2 W 5-4 3/24/1988 N16 L 4-5 3/6/1989 N2 L 7-2 2/24/1990 N15 W 6-2 3/21/1990 H W 5-4 2/1/1992 N18 W 6-3 3/4/1995 N2 W 5-2 3/12/1995 N25 W 5-2 3/11/1996 H W 7-0 3/10/1997 H L 3-4 3/27/1998 A L 3-4 3/3/1999 H W 4-3 5/22/2004 N50 L 2-4 1/26/2007 H L 1-6 Colorado (4-0) 3/6/1993 N2 W 5-2 3/18/2002 H W 5-2 2/15/2004 H W 5-2 4/17/2005 H W 6-1 Columbia (2-0) 3/18/2008 H W 5-2 3/17/2009 H W 7-0 Dallas 10/2/1978

(1-0, 0-0 spring) H W 9-0

Dallas Baptist (1-0) 2/11/2008 H W 7-0 Denver (1-0) 2/24/2006 H W 4-0 Drake (1-0) 3/20/1993 N16 W 4-3

Duke (5-10) 3/10/1981 H L 3-6 5/15/1982 N6 W 5-3 3/4/1988 N2 W 5-3 2/18/1989 N18 W 8-1 3/22/1997 H L 3-4 3/29/1998 A L 1-6 3/14/1999 H W 4-3 3/25/2000 A L 2-5 3/16/2001 H W 4-3 4/6/2002 A L 0-4 3/8/2003 H L 3-4 4/2/2004 A L 1-6 3/16/2005 H L 3-4 3/14/2007 H L 0-5 3/9/2009 H L 3-4 East Carolina (1-0) 3/1/2003 H40 W 4-1 East Tennessee State 5/15/2004 N49 W Florida 2/25/1995 N15 W 2/22/1996 N15 W 3/18/2005 A L Florida State 4/2/1994 H W 1/29/2000 N34 W 2/22/2004 H W 3/20/2005 A L Fresno State 3/21/1991 N16 W 3/16/1996 N16 W 2/22/1997 N15 L 4/25/1997 H28 W 3/8/1998 H W 4/29/2001 A39 W 3/21/2008 A W Furman 3/16/1982 A W 3/1/2002 H W Georgia 3/14/1982 A W 3/21/1984 A L 3/21/1985 N12 L 3/25/1986 H L 5/22/1989 A6 L 4/4/1992 A L 3/29/1993 H L 5/14/1995 A6 L

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

Georgia Tech (2-0) 3/28/1990 H W 8-1 5/21/1994 N24 W 4-1 Grambling St. (2-0, 0-0 spring) 10/6/1982 H W 9-0 10/20/1983 H W 9-0 Gustavus Adolphus (0-1) 4/13/1974 H L 3-4 Hardin-Simmons (12-0, 11-0 spring)

3/7/1974 H W 4/5/1974 A1 W 4/11/1975 H W 3/13/1976 A W 3/7/1977 H W 2/22/1979 H W 2/24/1981 H W 2/18/1983 H W 2/7/1984 H W 10/29/1984 H W 2/26/1985 H W 2/13/1986 H W

2 010 T C U M e n ’ s T e n n i s

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

Harvard (5-1) 3/4/1990 N2 W 5-1 5/17/1991 N6 W 5-1 3/24/1992 H W 9-0 2/20/1993 N15 W 4-3 2/23/1994 N15 L 3-4 3/6/1995 N2 W 4-3 Hofstra (1-0) 5/13/2000 H36 W 4-0 Houston (9-8) 3/19/1974 A L 0-7 4/4/1975 H L 2-7 4/10/1976 H L 2-7 2/26/1977 N2 W 6-3 4/20/1977 A W 5-4 2/23/1978 N2 L 1-8 4/12/1978 H L 4-5 4/4/1979 A L 2-7 4/2/1980 H L 4-5 4/14/1981 A L 3-6 3/29/1982 H W 9-0 3/4/1983 N2 W 6-0 4/4/1983 A W 6-3 4/20/1984 H W 7-2 3/28/1985 A W 7-2 3/14/1986 H W 6-3 2/27/1987 A W 9-0 Idaho 2/4/2008 H W Illinois 3/15/1984 H W 3/5/1986 N2 W 3/10/1994 H W 3/14/1997 N16 L 3/19/1998 N16 L 3/12/2008 A L Indiana 3/16/1988 H W Kansas 5/17/1985 N13 W 2/24/1994 N15 W 5/14/1999 N33 W 4/21/2001 H W Kentucky 3/8/1984 H W 5/19/1985 N13 W 5/20/1989 N6 W 2/23/1991 N15 L 2/20/1992 N20 W 5/16/2004 A49 W Lamar 3/9/1983 H W Long Beach State 3/7/1987 N2 L 3/3/1988 N2 W 3/26/1988 N16 W 3/26/1989 N19 W Louisiana-Lafayette 2/12/1982 H W 3/24/1984 H W 5/9/1997 H29 W 3/4/2000 N35 W

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

Louisville (4-2) 4/21/2002 A42 L 2-4 3/2/2003 H40 W 4-1 2/29/2004 H40 W 4-0 4/17/2004 N48 W 4-0 2/27/2005 H W 4-2 4/23/2005 N52 L 2-4


History LSU (14-6, 12-5 spring) 11/9/1975 N3 W 5-4 10/22/1977 A7 W 6-3 9/23/1978 A7 L 3-6 3/10/1979 H W 5-4 2/29/1980 A W 5-4 3/23/1986 A L 4-5 3/18/1987 H W 5-4 3/22/1988 A L 2-7 3/30/1989 H W 5-1 3/17/1990 A W 5-4 3/14/1991 H W 5-2 5/18/1991 N6 L 3-5 3/19/1992 A W 5-4 2/27/1993 H W 4-3 3/5/1994 A W 5-2 5/13/1995 N6 W 4-0 5/18/1996 N6 W 4-3 5/11/2002 N43 L 0-4 2/26/2006 H W 4-3 2/27/2007 A L 1-6 Mary Hardin-Baylor (2-0) 3/2/1976 H W 6-3 5/5/1977 H W 8-1 Maryland (0-1) 5/18/1985 N13 L 2-5 Memphis (2-0) 3/11/2000 H W 7-0 2/26/2005 H W 4-1 Miami (Fla.) (6-11) 5/23/1977 N6 L 4-5 4/12/1979 H L 4-5 3/17/1981 H L 3-6 3/6/1986 N2 W 5-4 2/19/1989 A L 4-5 2/25/1989 N15 L 1-5 2/21/1991 N15 L 4-5 2/2/1992 A W 5-3 3/28/1992 N16 W 4-2 3/18/1993 N16 L 3-4 1/28/1994 A L 3-4 3/18/1995 N16 W 4-3 3/26/1995 H L 3-4 3/10/1998 H L 3-4 3/8/2002 H W 6-1 3/13/2003 A L 2-5 3/17/2004 H W 7-0 Michigan (3-0) 5/10/1977 H W 6-3 3/26/1983 N10 W 7-2 5/14/2000 H36 W 4-0 Michigan State (5-0) 3/30/1976 H W 9-0 3/3/1995 N2 W 7-0 3/6/1996 H W 7-0 3/4/1997 H W 4-3 3/3/2000 N35 W 4-0 Middle Tennessee St. (2-0) 3/5/1999 N2 W 4-1 3/3/2000 N35 W 4-1

Midwestern St. (7-0, 5-0 spring)

4/5/1974 9/26/1980 2/14/1981 2/13/1982 2/22/1984 10/2/1984 2/14/1986

N1 N8 H H H H H

W W W W W W W

8-1 6-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0

Minnesota (4-0) 3/24/1977 H W 9-0 3/8/1993 N2 W 4-3 3/5/1995 N2 W 4-3 2/23/2008 H W 7-0

Mississippi (5-4) 3/15/1983 H W 9-0 3/2/1988 N2 W 6-3 3/15/1989 H L 4-5 3/26/1989 N19 W 4-3 2/23/1995 N15 L 1-6 5/19/1996 N6 W 4-1 2/20/1997 N15 L 1-4 2/15/2001 N38 W 4-2 2/26/2009 N67 L 2-5 Mississippi State (2-1) 3/7/1980 N2 W 9-0 3/18/1994 N16 W 4-3 2/21/1997 N15 L 2-5 New Mexico (16-2) 2/24/1977 N2 W 9-0 4/12/1982 H W 8-1 4/7/1984 H W 5-4 4/2/1986 H W 6-3 3/26/1990 H W 6-0 3/12/1992 H W 8-1 2/17/1993 N15 L 3-4 3/25/1993 H W 6-1 2/25/1994 N15 W 4-3 3/15/1997 N16 W 4-1 2/21/1999 H W 6-1 1/30/2000 A W 7-0 4/7/2006 A W 5-2 4/15/2007 H W 4-2 4/12/2008 N63 W 4-3 4/26/2008 N64 W 4-3 4/9/2009 N69 W 5-2 4/25/2009 N70 L 3-4 New Mexico State (1-0) 4/5/1974 N1 W 7-2 North Carolina (6-5) 3/8/1978 A W 5-4 3/9/1984 H L 4-5 3/2/1985 H L 4-5 3/8/1985 N2 L 4-5 3/13/1986 A W 8-1 3/5/1987 N2 W 6-3 3/29/1992 N16 L 2-4 5/15/1992 N6 L 3-5 3/17/1994 N16 W 5-2 3/26/1998 A W 5-2 3/13/1999 H W 4-3 North Carolina State (3-0) 3/7/1990 H W 8-1 3/2/1993 H W 7-0 3/11/1998 H W 4-3 North Texas (19-0, 12-0 spring) 3/3/1975 H W 5-4 2/2/1976 A W 9-0 9/24/1976 A W 8-1 2/16/1977 H W 9-0 2/20/1978 H W 9-0 3/7/1979 H W 9-0 11/6/1979 H W 9-4 2/21/1980 H W 7-2 9/27/1980 N8 W 6-0 10/17/1980 H W 8-1 10/23/1980 H W 6-0 3/24/1981 H W 9-0 11/4/1981 H W 9-0 3/10/1982 H W 6-3 4/26/1983 H W 6-3 10/17/1983 H W 8-2 2/24/1984 H W 8-1 2/16/1988 H W 9-0 1/20/1995 H W 7-0 NE Louisiana (6-1, 5-1 spring) 3/4/1974 H L 2-7 2/20/1980 H W 7-2 11/7/1980 H W 7-2 3/13/1983 H W 8-1

2/25/1984 H W 7-2 2/20/1986 H W 5-4 2/27/1988 H W 6-3 Notre Dame (3-2) 3/4/1990 N2 L 4-5 2/22/1991 N15 L 3-5 2/22/1992 N15 W 4-0 2/24/1995 N15 W 6-1 3/15/1996 N16 W 4-0 Ohio State (1-0) 3/27/1992 N16 W 6-0 Oklahoma (9-3, 6-2 spring) 2/28/1976 N2 L 2-7 3/27/1976 H W 5-4 4/11/1977 A W 6-3 3/11/1978 H W 8-1 10/12/1981 H W 6-3 2/19/1983 H W 8-1 3/3/1983 N2 L 4-5 10/1/1983 N11 W 8-1 9/30/1984 N11 W 7-2 3/13/1990 H W 7-1 3/5/2008 H W 4-3 2/14/2009 A L 2-5 Okla. Baptist (1-0, 0-0 spring) 9/26/1980 N8 W 6-0 Oklahoma City (3-0, 2-0 spring) 11/7/1975 N3 W 6-3 3/14/1984 H W 5-4 3/14/1985 H W 9-0 Oklahoma St. (5-9, 2-6 spring) 2/27/1976 N2 L 4-5 10/23/1977 N7 W 5-4 9/22/1978 N7 W 7-2 9/30/1983 N11 L 3-6 9/29/1984 N11 L 4-5 3/8/1985 N2 L 4-5 3/22/1986 N14 W 6-3 9/29/1986 N11 W 6-3 2/16/2001 N38 W 4-0 4/16/2006 H L 2-4 3/5/2006 A L 2-5 3/11/2007 A L 1-4 2/24/2008 H L 3-4 2/22/2009 A L 2-5 Oral Roberts (1-0, 0-0 spring) 9/27/1980 N8 W 4-2 Pepperdine (4-16, 4-14 spring) 4/14/1977 H W 5-4 3/20/1978 A L 4-5 3/12/1980 A L 1-8 10/16/1981 N9 L 4-5 2/24/1989 N15 L 3-6 2/23/1990 N15 L 1-5 3/10/1991 N2 L 2-5 1/29/1994 N18 W 5-2 2/13/1995 H L 3-4 3/21/1996 A L 3-4 1/24/1997 A L 3-4 3/5/1998 H L 1-6 3/14/2000 A L 3-4 4/1/2001 H W 6-1 3/24/2002 A41 L 0-4 3/8/2004 N47 W 4-0 3/12/2005 H L 0-4 3/24/2006 H L 0-4 5/14/2006 A60 L 0-4 3/22/2008 A L 0-7 Redlands (1-0) 3/17/1977 N5 W 6-3

Rice (30-10) 3/29/1974 H L 0-7 2/27/1975 N2 W 5-4 4/18/1975 A L 2-7 4/2/1976 A L 4-5 4/13/1977 H W 9-0 4/4/1978 A W 7-2 3/31/1979 H L 3-6 4/12/1980 A W 6-3 3/29/1981 H W 8-1 4/2/1982 A W 7-2 4/16/1983 H W 9-0 3/30/1984 A W 5-4 4/6/1985 H W 7-2 4/4/1986 A W 6-3 2/28/1987 A W 5-4 3/11/1988 H W 6-3 3/11/1989 A L 4-5 3/10/1990 H W 7-2 4/21/1990 A21 W 5-3 3/17/1991 A W 6-3 3/14/1992 H W 7-2 4/18/1992 N17 W 6-0 4/17/1993 H W 5-2 4/24/1993 H20 W 6-1 4/1/1994 H W 7-0 2/18/1995 A W 7-0 3/30/1996 H W 5-2 3/28/1997 A W 6-1 2/14/1998 H W 6-1 4/10/1999 A W 4-3 4/8/2000 H W 6-1 4/7/2001 A W 6-1 4/28/2001 N39 W 4-0 3/30/2002 H W 4-1 4/9/2003 A W 4-0 3/25/2004 H L 3-4 4/1/2005 A L 3-4 4/1/2006 H L 3-4 5/9/2008 N65 L 3-4 1/21/2009 A L 2-5 Saint Edward’s (9-0) 3/2/1974 A W 8-1 3/8/1974 H W 9-0 2/14/1975 A W 9-0 2/12/1976 H W 9-0 3/29/1977 A W 7-0 2/13/1978 H W 9-0 2/21/1979 H W 9-0 2/9/1983 H W 9-0 2/2/2008 N61 W 7-0 Saint Louis (1-0) 1/24/2003 H W 6-1 San Diego (6-0) 3/16/1977 A W 9-0 3/22/1978 A W 9-0 3/5/1981 N2 W 6-3 2/19/2006 H W 4-1 5/13/2006 N60 W 4-0 3/6/2009 H W 6-1 San Diego State (6-2) 3/15/1977 A W 8-1 3/23/1978 A W 8-1 4/16/2006 N58 L 3-4 4/29/2006 N59 W 4-1 4/1/2007 A L 3-4 4/11/2008 N63 W 4-1 4/10/2009 A W 4-2 4/24/2009 N70 W 4-2 San Jose State (1-0) 4/23/1997 H28 W 5-0 Santa Clara (1-0) 3/28/2001 H W 4-1

2 010 T C U M e n ’ s T e n n i s

SMU (25-27, 20-25 spring) 4/18/1974 A L 0-7 4/24/1975 H L 1-8 11/8/1975 N3 L 1-6 2/26/1976 N2 L 1-8 4/8/1976 A L 2-7 4/19/1977 H L 2-7 4/1/1978 A W 5-4 4/21/1979 H L 1-8 4/19/1980 A L 1-8 11/4/1980 H W 6-3 3/6/1981 N2 L 2-7 4/1/1981 H W 5-4 10/18/1981 N9 W 6-0 4/10/1982 A L 4-5 4/2/1983 H L 4-5 10/2/1983 N11 W 6-3 4/5/1984 A L 4-5 9/28/1984 N11 L 1-8 4/17/1985 H L 3-6 4/14/1986 A L 0-9 9/28/1986 N11 W 6-3 3/8/1987 N2 W 5-1 4/18/1987 H L 3-6 4/16/1988 A W 6-3 3/18/1989 H W 7-2 4/16/1990 A W 5-4 2/16/1991 H W 5-1 4/6/1992 A W 7-2 4/10/1993 H W 6-1 3/29/1994 A W 6-1 3/29/1995 H W 7-0 4/10/1996 A W 6-1 4/19/1997 H W 4-3 4/15/1998 A L 2-5 4/24/1998 N30 L 0-4 5/15/1998 N31 L 2-4 4/14/1999 H L 2-5 5/15/1999 A33 L 3-4 4/13/2000 A W 4-3 4/30/2000 H28 W 4-3 4/18/2001 H L 3-4 1/30/2002 H L 3-4 4/10/2002 A L 1-6 3/26/2003 A W 6-1 4/12/2003 H W 6-1 5/9/2003 N46 W 4-1 3/4/2004 H W 4-0 4/11/2004 A L 3-4 4/13/2005 H W 6-1 4/4/2006 H L 3-4 3/7/2007 H L 3-4 4/16/2008 A L 1-4 3/4/2009 H W 4-3 South Alabama (5-3) 3/6/1993 N2 W 5-1 3/5/2000 N35 W 4-1 2/25/2001 H W 4-1 2/25/2002 H L 3-4 2/17/2003 H W 5-2 2/24/2004 H W 6-1 2/23/2005 H L 3-4 2/28/2006 H L 2-5 South Carolina (4-3) 3/1/1979 N2 W 5-4 3/22/1981 H L 3-6 3/20/1984 A W 7-2 3/12/1985 H L 3-6 3/9/1986 N2 L 3-6 3/21/1986 N14 W 6-3 3/5/1989 N2 W 5-2 South Florida (1-0) 1/31/2009 N66 W 4-1 Southeast Oklahoma (2-0) 2/11/1975 H W 9-0 3/4/1977 A W 9-0 Southeastern Louisiana (1-0) 3/9/1991 N2 W 5-1

41


History Southern California (2-5) 3/11/1980 A L 3-6 3/4/1982 N2 L 2-5 2/23/1989 N15 L 2-5 3/23/1991 N16 L 2-5 2/24/1996 N15 W 4-2 1/23/1997 A L 2-5 5/19/2001 N6 W 4-2 Southern Illinois (2-0) 3/20/1979 H W 6-3 3/23/1982 H W 8-1 Southern Miss (3-0) 4/19/2002 N42 W 4-1 4/16/2004 N48 W 4-0 4/22/2005 N52 W 4-0 Stanford (1-4) 2/20/1987 N15 W 5-3 2/23/1992 N15 L 1-5 2/23/1996 N15 L 2-4 5/21/2000 N6 L 1-4 2/8/2003 A L 2-5 Tennessee (0-5) 3/25/1983 N10 L 4-5 2/21/1987 N15 L 1-5 3/28/1987 N16 L 3-4 5/20/1988 N6 L 2-5 5/22/2001 N6 L 0-4 Texas (17-25) 3/26/1974 A L 0-7 3/8/1975 H L 0-9 3/6/1976 H L 4-5 2/24/1977 N2 L 4-5 3/30/1977 A L 1-8 2/25/1978 N2 W 6-3 4/8/1978 H L 3-7 3/1/1979 N2 L 1-8 3/29/1979 A L 4-5 3/8/1980 N2 L 4-5 4/16/1980 H W 5-4 4/7/1981 A W 5-4 3/6/1982 N2 W 7-2 4/15/1982 H W 6-3 3/30/1983 A W 6-3 4/10/1984 H L 3-6 4/11/1985 A L 2-7 4/19/1986 H L 3-6 4/7/1987 A L 3-6 3/6/1988 N2 W 5-4 4/2/1988 H L 2-7 4/23/1988 A17 W 5-4 4/18/1989 A W 5-4 4/22/1989 H20 W 5-4 4/2/1990 H L 3-6 4/22/1990 N21 L 4-5 4/3/1991 A W 6-3 4/8/1992 H W 8-1 4/19/1992 A17 W 6-0 4/14/1993 A L 3-4 4/25/1993 H20 L 2-5 3/19/1994 N16 L 1-6 4/9/1994 H W 4-3 4/23/1994 N21 W 4-1 4/8/1995 A L 3-4 4/23/1995 N22 W 4-3 4/6/1996 H W 6-1 4/8/1997 A L 3-4 5/11/1997 H29 L 3-4 4/18/1998 H L 1-6 3/27/1999 A L 3-4 2/1/2009 A L 1-4

Texas A&M (34-14, 33-13 spring)

4/16/1974 4/19/1975 4/3/1976 2/26/1977 4/9/1977 2/24/1978

42

H A A N2 H N2

L L W W W W

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

4/5/1978 3/3/1979 4/8/1979 4/11/1980 4/4/1981 4/3/1982 3/4/1983 4/15/1983 3/31/1984 4/19/1985 4/5/1986 9/27/1986 3/27/1987 4/3/1987 3/29/1988 2/17/1989 4/7/1989 3/23/1990 3/29/1991 4/21/1991 4/11/1992 3/7/1993 4/2/1993 4/14/1994 4/24/1994 4/14/1995 4/22/1995 5/7/1995 4/13/1996 4/21/1996 2/28/1997 4/2/1998 2/26/2000 3/9/2001 5/21/2001 3/27/2002 4/6/2003 2/18/2004 3/22/2006 3/27/2007 3/8/2008 2/18/2009

A N2 H A H A N2 A A H A N11 N16 H A N18 H A H A22 A N2 H A N21 H A22 A26 A H20 H A H A N6 H A H A H A H

W W W W W W W W L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W W W W W W L W L W L L W W L L L

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

Texas A&M-Comm. ( 17-2, 9-1 spring)

2/27/1974 4/12/1974 9/20/1974 10/23/1974 2/24/1975 9/16/1975 2/18/1976 10/10/1976 2/15/1977 10/10/1977 2/14/1978 10/18/1978 2/26/1979 2/25/1980 9/17/1980 2/20/1981 9/15/1981 2/18/1982 10/9/1984

H H H A A H H H A A A H A H H H H H H

W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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

Texas A&M-CC (5-1) 1/24/2003 H W 6-1 1/24/2004 H W 6-1 1/28/2005 H W 4-3 1/28/2006 H W 5-2 2/11/2007 H L 2-5 2/11/2008 H W 5-2 UT Arlington (16-1) 3/22/1974 A W 9-0 3/25/1974 H W 8-1 2/7/1989 H W 9-0 1/22/1995 H W 6-1 2/4/1997 H W 6-1 4/8/1998 H W 7-0 2/23/1999 A L 3-4 3/9/2000 H W 6-1 1/29/2001 A W 7-0 5/12/2001 H36 W 4-0

2/13/2002 1/29/2003 2/11/2004 2/3/2005 2/8/2006 3/20/2007 2/6/2008

H A H A H A H

W W W W W W W

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

Texas-El Paso (1-0) 4/11/1998 H W 6-1 UT Pan American (6-1) 3/1/1975 N2 W 6-3 2/16/1976 H L 4-5 4/30/1977 H W 5-4 3/6/1985 N2 W 9-0 1/21/1995 H W 7-0 1/20/1996 H W 7-0 1/24/2007 H W 7-0 UT San Antonio (2-0) 2/2/2008 A W 7-0 3/7/2009 H W 4-3 Texas Southern (2-0) 3/24/1976 H W 9-0 3/2/1977 H W 7-2 Texas State (1-0) 2/8/1985 H W 8-1 Texas Tech (30-3) 4/9/1974 A L 1-6 4/5/1975 H W 7-2 4/17/1976 H W 9-0 4/5/1977 A W 8-1 3/6/1978 H W 9-0 4/17/1979 A W 7-2 4/8/1980 H W 8-1 4/17/1981 A W 8-1 3/27/1982 H W 9-0 4/12/1983 A W 8-1 4/18/1984 H W 8-1 4/3/1985 A W 7-2 4/12/1986 H W 9-0 2/15/1987 H W 7-2 2/24/1988 A W 8-1 4/22/1988 N17 W 5-0 4/15/1989 H W 8-1 2/17/1990 A W 5-4 4/13/1991 H W 7-2 2/12/1992 A W 7-2 3/27/1993 H W 5-2 2/12/1994 A W 7-0 4/3/1995 H W 7-0 2/17/1996 A W 7-0 4/20/1996 H20 W 6-0 3/2/1997 H W 6-1 2/27/1999 H W 6-1 3/7/1999 N2 W 4-0 2/24/2001 H W 4-1 3/27/2005 A L 3-4 2/17/2006 H W 6-1 2/17/2008 H W 4-3 2/28/2009 A L 2-5 Texas Wesl.

3/14/1974 3/21/1974 10/21/1974 4/15/1975 10/10/1975 2/23/1976 10/12/1976 5/3/1977 9/27/1977 2/28/1978 2/15/1979 3/20/1980 9/26/1980 10/15/1980 2/13/1981 9/28/1981

( 19-0, 12-0 spring)

H H H H H H H H H H H H A8 H H H

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

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

2/19/1982 H W 9-0 3/8/1983 H W 9-0 2/16/1984 H W 9-0 Trinity (6-10) 2/27/1975 N2 L 0-9 2/21/1976 A L 1-8 4/29/1977 H L 2-7 4/27/1978 A L 1-8 3/2/1979 N2 L 0-9 5/1/1979 H L 1-8 3/29/1980 A L 1-8 3/20/1981 H L 4-5 2/27/1982 A W 6-3 4/27/1983 H L 4-5 4/2/1984 A L 2-7 4/20/1985 H W 6-3 2/25/1986 A W 6-3 3/24/1987 H W 7-2 4/7/1988 A W 5-4 4/7/1990 H W 6-0 Tulane (5-2) 3/3/1996 H W 7-0 3/5/1999 N2 W 4-3 3/1/2001 H W 4-3 5/13/2001 H36 W 4-2 2/23/2002 H40 W 4-2 4/19/2003 N45 L 2-5 4/18/2004 N48 L 1-4 Tulsa (8-8) 2/25/1993 H W 7-0 4/4/1997 H W 4-3 4/5/1998 A L 3-4 4/3/1999 H W 5-2 4/22/1999 N32 L 3-4 4/22/2000 A W 6-1 4/29/2000 H28 W 4-0 4/14/2001 H W 5-2 2/16/2002 A L 2-5 3/29/2003 H W 6-1 3/13/2004 A L 3-4 4/3/2005 H L 3-4 3/4/2006 A L 3-4 3/10/2007 H L 1-6 2/21/2009 A W 4-3 5/8/2009 N71 L 2-4 UAB (3-0) 3/14/1996 N16 W 4-1 3/20/1998 N16 W 4-3 4/17/2003 N45 W 4-0 UCLA (2-10) 3/14/1977 A L 3-6 3/19/1978 A L 2-7 3/14/1980 A L 1-8 5/16/1982 N6 L 0-6 2/19/1987 N15 L 3-5 5/16/1987 N6 L 1-5 5/21/1989 N6 W 5-4 2/21/1992 N15 W 4-2 5/15/1993 N6 L 1-5 5/22/1994 N24 L 3-4 5/20/1996 N6 L 2-4 2/17/2001 N38 L 2-4 UNLV (7-1) 4/26/1997 H28 W 4-3 4/23/1998 N30 W 4-1 3/20/2001 A W 4-0 4/15/2006 N58 W 6-1 4/14/2007 H W 4-3 4/27/2007 N60 L 0-4 3/29/2008 N62 W 5-2 4/3/2009 N68 W 5-2 USF (1-1) 4/20/2002 N42 L 1-4 4/18/2003 N45 W 4-1

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Utah (4-2) 3/9/1996 H W 7-0 4/24/1997 H28 W 4-3 4/14/2006 A W 6-1 3/30/2007 N5 W 5-2 4/10/2008 N63 L, 3-4 4/4/2009 A L 2-5 UTEP (1-0) 1/31/1996 H W 7-0 Vanderbilt (1-0) 2/23/1978 N2 W 8-1 Virginia 4/4/2004 A W 3/4/2005 H L Virginia Commonwealth 5/14/1993 N6 W 3/16/1995 N16 L 3/14/1997 N16 L 3/3/2001 H W 4/7/2002 A L Virginia Tech 3/31/2000 H W 3/13/2009 H L Wake Forest 3/12/1988 H W 3/9/1989 H W 3/9/1990 H W 3/11/1995 N25 W 5/14/2005 N53 L 3/14/2008 H W Washington 3/6/1999 N2 L 2/12/2001 A37 W 3/23/2002 N41 W 2/1/2003 H44 L 3/7/2004 N47 W Washington & Lee 4/19/1979 H W West Texas A&M 2/28/1975 N2 L 2/26/1976 N2 W 3/2/1981 H W 3/11/1983 H W 3/10/1984 H W 2/27/1985 H W

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

Wichita State (6-3) 3/6/1980 N2 W 5-4 3/27/1983 A10 L 4-5 4/7/1983 H W 9-0 2/4/1984 H L 3-6 3/2/1984 N2 L 1-5 4/14/1987 H W 7-2 3/20/2003 H W 5-2 3/29/2006 H W 6-0 3/17/2007 H W 7-0 Wisconsin (1-3) 4/15/1974 H L 3-4 3/15/2003 N18 W 7-0 4/3/2007 H L 2-5 3/10/2008 A L 2-5 Yale (1-0) 3/23/1989 N19 W 8-1


TCU All-Americans

From 1977-2006, 21 different Horned Frogs earned 43 All-America selections. Ten different TCU netters have earned multiple selections, led by David Pate and Paul Robinson, who each tallied six. Pate was named an All-American in both singles and doubles from 1981-1983. Pate teamed up with Karl Richter to earn the honors in 1981 and 1982, and played with Corey Wittenberg in 1983. Pate and Richter went on to claim the 1981 NCAA Doubles Championship. As a professional, Pate reached No. 1 in the ATP doubles rankings in 1991. Robinson also earned three selections in both singles and doubles from 1994-1996. Robinson teamed up with David Roditi all three years in doubles play. Luis Ruette earned four All-America selections, with two each in singles and doubles. Ruette was named a singles All-American in 1990 and 1991, and earned the doubles honors with Sandon Stolle in 1990 and Tony Bujan in 1992. Esteban Carril is one of only three former Frogs (David Pate, Paul Robinson) to be named a singles All-American on three occasions. Carril earned the accolades from 1999-2001. Other players who earned muliple selections include Tony Bujan (3), Clinton Banducci (2), Ashley Fisher (2) and Jason Weir-Smith (2). Three different squads in TCU history have had at least three All-Americans named in that season. The 1996 team had four All-Americans, while the 1990 and 2001 squads each had three.

Randy Crawford 1977

David Pate 1981,1982, 1983

Karl Richter 1981, 1982

Corey Wittenberg 1983

Tom Mercer 1986

Neil Broad 1987

Earl Zinn 1988

Clinton Banducci 1988, 1989

Eric Lingg 1989

Sandon Stolle 1990

Tony Bujan 1990, 1992

Luis Ruette 1990, 1991, 1992

Paul Robinson 1994, 1995, 1996

David Roditi 1994, 1995, 1996

Trace Fielding 2001

Jimmy Haney 2001

Rafael Abreu 2006

Jordan Freitas 2006

Ashley Fisher 1996, 1997

Jason Weir-Smith Esteban Carril 1996,1997 1999, 2000, 2001

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ALL-AMERICANS

History

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History Individual Honors RAFAEL ABREU • Doubles All-American, 2006 • All-MWC Singles First Team, 2006 • All-MWC Doubles First Team, 2006 • All-C-USA Doubles Third Team, 2005 HECTOR ALMADA • All C-USA Second Team, 2004 • Co-Singles Player of the C-USA Championships, 2004

GREG AMAYA • SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1981 JOHN BAKER • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1987 CLINTON BANDUCCI • Doubles All-American, 1988, 1989 • ITCA Region VI Senior Player of the Year, 1989 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1988, 1989 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1988, 1989 • SWC No. 6 Singles Champion, 1987 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1988 TUT BARTZEN, JR. • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1977 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1976 LAURENT BECOUARN • All-SWC Singles Team, 1993 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1993 • SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1992 GARY BETTS • NCAA Academic All-American, 1987 CHRISTOPHER BIRO • All-MWC Singles Team, 2007 DEVIN BOWEN • All-SWC Singles Team, 1994 • SWC No. 6 Singles Champion, 1991, 1992 CHRIS BRANDI • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002 EMANUEL BRIGHIU • All-MWC Singles Team, 2008, 2009 • All-MWC Doubles Team, 2009 KRIEGLER BRINK • All-MWC Singles Team, 2008, 2009 • All-MWC Doubles Team, 2007, 2008, 2009 NEIL BROAD • Singles All-American, 1987 • SWC No. 2 Singles Champion, 1987 TONY BUJAN • Singles All-American, 1990, 1992 • Doubles All-American, 1992 • ITA Region VI Senior Player of the Year, 1992 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1990, 1991, 1992 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1991, 1992 • SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1992 • SWC No. 2 Singles Champion, 1990, 1991 • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1989 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1992

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ESTEBAN CARRIL • Singles All-American, 1999, 2000, 2001 • ITA National Clay Courts Singles Champion, 1998 • WAC Player of the Year, 1998, 1999 • WAC Freshman of the Year, 1998 • All-WAC Singles First Team, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 • Academic All-WAC Team, 1998 GONZALO CORRALES • All-SWC Singles Team, 1996 • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1996 COSMIN COTET • MWC Co-Player of the Year, 2008 • All-MWC Singles Team, 2007, 2008 • All-MWC Doubles Team, 2007, 2008 RANDY CRAWFORD • All-American, 1977 • SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1977 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1976 • Outstanding Player of the SWC Tournament, 1977 CHRIS DOANE • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1980 SCOTT EDDINS • ITA National Summer Doubles Champion, 1999 • All-WAC Singles Second Team, 2000, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles First Team, 2000 TRACE FIELDING • Doubles All-American, 2001 • All-WAC Singles Second Team, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles First Team, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 2000 STEFAN FIGLEY • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1995 ASHLEY FISHER • Doubles All-American, 1996, 1997 • All-WAC Singles Second Team, 1997 • All-WAC Doubles First Team, 1997 • All-SWC Doubles First Team, 1995, 1996 • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1996 • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1995 • SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1995

TONI GORDON • WAC Freshman of the Year, 2000 • All C-USA First Team, 2002 • All-C-USA Second Team, 2003 • All-WAC Singles Second Team, 2000, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 2001 • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003, 2004 • Academic All-WAC Team, 2001 JIMMY HANEY • Doubles All-American, 2001 • USTA/ITA National Team Indoors Sportsmanship Award, 2001 • All-WAC Doubles First Team, 2000, 2001 SEBASTIAN IANNARIELLO • Academic All-WAC Team, 1998, 2000 MARTIN JIRAK • All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 1998, 1999 • Academic All-WAC Team, 1998 PETR KOULA • Academic All-WAC Team, 2000, 2001 ERIC LINGG • Doubles All-American, 1989 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1989 KELUBIA MABATAH • MWC Scholar-Athlete Award, 2009 TONY MACKEN • SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1984 JOSE MARQUES-NETO • CoSIDA District VI Academic All-American, 1985 JACOB MARTIN • Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship, 2004 SLAH MBAREK • All-MWC Singles Team, 2009 • All-MWC Doubles Team, 2009 ALEX MENICHINI • All-C-USA First Team, 2003, 2004 • Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship, 2004 • C-USA Sportsmanship Award, 2004 • C-USA All-Decade Team

JORDAN FREITAS • Doubles All-American, 2006 • All-MWC Doubles First Team, 2006

TOM MERCER • Singles All-American, 1986 • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1985

ROBERT GALLMAN • ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2004, 2005 • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2004

ANDREI MLENDEA • All-MWC Singles First Team, 2006

DOUGLAS GLEASON • Prince Tennis Academic All-American, 1986 PATRICIO GONZALEZ • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1992

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CAMERON NASH • MWC Scholar-Athlete Award, 2009 ZACH NICHOLS • Academic All-MWC, 2009 DAVID PATE • Singles All-American, 1981, 1982, 1983 • Doubles All-American, 1981, 1982, 1983 • NCAA Doubles Champion, 1981 • ITCA National Indoors Singles Champion, 1982 • SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1981 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1982


History DAX PETERSON • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1993

CHRISTOPHER PRICE • Academic All-MWC, 2009

• SWC No. 2 Singles Champion, 1996 • SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1994 • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1993 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1995, 1996

CASEY POWERS • Academic All-MWC, 2009

GERARD RONAN • SWC No. 6 Singles Champion, 1989 • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1989

KARL RICHTER • Doubles All-American, 1981, 1982 • NCAA Doubles Champion, 1981 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1982

RICARDO RUBIO • ITCA Region VI Rookie of the Year, 1990 • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1991 • SWC No. 6 Singles Champion, 1990

HAROLD RITTERSBACHER • SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1983

LUIS RUETTE • Singles All-American, 1990, 1991 • Doubles All-American, 1990, 1992 • SWC Player of the Year, 1991 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1990, 1991, 1992 • SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1991 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1990, 1992 • SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion

PAUL ROBINSON • Singles All-American, 1994, 1995, 1996 • Doubles All-American, 1994, 1995, 1996 • ITA Region VI Senior Player of the Year, 1996 • Rolex All-Star Team, 1995 • ITA All-American Doubles Champion, 1994 • ITA National Clay Courts Singles Champion, 1995 • ITA National Clay Courts Doubles Champion, 1994, 1995 • SWC Player of the Year, 1994, 1995, 1996 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1994, 1995, 1996 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1994, 1995, 1996 • SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1994, 1995, 1996 • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1993 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1995, 1996 • GTE-SWC Academic Honor Team, 1996

JACOPO TEZZA • All C-USA Third Team, 2004 • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2004

FABRIZIO SESTINI • C-USA Player of the Year, 2005 • C-USA Freshman of the Year, 2002 • All-C-USA Second Team, 2002, 2003, 2004 • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2003, 2004 • C-USA All-Decade Team

DAVID RODITI • Doubles All-American, 1994, 1995, 1996 • ITA Region VI “Player to Watch,” 1994 • ITA Region VI Rookie of the Year, 1993 • Rolex All-Star Team, 1995 • ITA All-American Doubles Champion, 1994 • ITA National Clay Courts Doubles Champion, 1994, 1995 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1994, 1995, 1996 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1994, 1995, 1996

SANDON STOLLE • Doubles All-American, 1990 • All-SWC Singles Team, 1990 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1990 • SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1990 • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1989 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1990 • SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1989

ANDREW ULRICH • ITA All-Academic Team, 2004 • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2004 ANDRES URENCIO • SWC No. 6 Singles Champion, 1996 • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1995, 1996 MARK VAN DER DONK • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1989 DANIEL WAJNBERG • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002 • Academic All-WAC Team, 2001

ADRIAN SIMON • All-MWC Doubles Team, 2009

JASON WEIR-SMITH • Doubles All-American, 1996, 1997 • All-WAC Singles First Team, 1997 • All-WAC Doubles First Team, 1997 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1995, 1996 • SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1996 • SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1995

PATRICK SMITH • SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1987

COREY WITTENBERG • Doubles All-American, 1983

CRAIG STOPA • ITA All-Academic Team, 2004 • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2003, 2004 • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2003, 2004

EARL ZINN • Doubles All-American, 1988 • All-SWC Doubles Team, 1988, 1989 • SWC No. 1 Doubles Champion, 1988

Individual Records SEASON COMBINED VICTORIES Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Name (Singles Record) Corey Wittenberg (46-14) David Pate (45-11) David Pate (48-10) Karl Richter (32-12) Paul Robinson (43-9) Ashley Fisher (33-9) Tom Mercer (37-21) Paul Robinson (35-11) David Roditi (41-13) Randy Crawford (41-7)

W 87 83 80 76 75 71 71 70 68 68

L 27 22 18 21 17 20 35 19 25 20

Pct. .763 .790 .816 .784 .815 .780 .670 .787 .731 .773

SEASON SINGLES VICTORIES Year 1982-83 1980-81 1981-82 1980-81 1994-95 1995-96 1983-84 1995-96 1992-93 1976-77

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

SEASON COMBINED WINNING PCT (40 WINS) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name (Singles Record) David Pate (48-10) Paul Robinson (43-9) David Pate (45-11) Paul Robinson (35-11) David Roditi (31-10) Karl Richter (32-12) Ashley Fisher (33-9) Randy Crawford (31-11) Randy Crawford (41-7) Ashley Fisher (26-11)

W 80 75 83 70 66 76 71 65 68 60

L 18 17 22 19 18 21 20 19 20 18

Pct. .816 .815 .790 .787 .786 .784 .780 .774 .773 .769

Year 1981-82 1994-95 1980-81 1995-96 1995-96 1980-81 1995-96 1977-78 1976-77 1994-95

Name David Pate Corey Wittenberg David Pate Paul Robinson Randy Crawford David Roditi Devin Bowen Tony Bujan Tom Mercer Luis Ruette

W 48 46 45 43 41 41 38 37 37 36

L 10 14 11 9 7 13 11 12 21 15

Pct. .828 .767 .804 .827 .854 .759 .776 .755 .638 .706

Year 1981-82 1982-83 1980-81 1994-95 1976-77 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1983-84 1989-90

SEASON SINGLES WINNING PCT (20 WINS) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Name Randy Crawford Esteban Carril David Pate Paul Robinson Kriegler Brink David Pate Rafael Abreu Corey Wittenberg Zach Nichols Ashley Fisher

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W 41 29 48 43 32 45 20 28 30 33

L 7 6 10 9 7 11 5 7 8 9

Pct. .854 .829 .828 .827 .821 .804 .800 .800 .789 .786

Year 1976-77 1999-00 1981-82 1994-95 2007-08 1980-81 2002-03 1980-81 2007-08 1995-96

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History Individual Records (cont.) Rank 1. 2. 3. 6. 8. Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 10. Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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SEASON DOUBLES VICTORIES

Name Karl Richter Corey Wittenberg Ashley Fisher Jason Weir-Smith David Pate Paul Robinson David Roditi Jason Weir-Smith Ashley Fisher Jason Weir-Smith Clinton Banducci Clinton Banducci Tom Mercer Karl Richter Randy Crawford

W 44 41 38 38 38 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

L 9 13 11 11 11 8 8 9 7 7 10 9 14 8 8

Pct. .830 .759 .776 .776 .776 .814 .814 .791 .829 .829 .773 .791 .708 .810 .810

Year 1980-81 1982-83 1995-96 1995-96 1980-81 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1994-95 1994-95 1988-89 1987-88 1983-84 1981-82 1977-78

SEASON DOUBLES WINNING PCT (20 WINS) Name Earl Zinn Karl Richter Ashley Fisher Jason Weir-Smith Devin Bowen Paul Robinson David Roditi Karl Richter Randy Crawford Devin Bowen Jason Weir-Smith

W 22 44 34 34 27 35 35 34 34 25 25

L 3 9 7 7 6 8 8 8 8 6 6

Pct. .880 .830 .829 .829 .818 .814 .814 .810 .810 .806 .806

CAREER SINGLES VICTORIES

Name Paul Robinson Luis Ruette Tony Bujan David Roditi David Pate Randy Crawford Esteban Carril Ricardo Rubio Devin Bowen Tom Mercer Corey Wittenberg

W 144 135 130 129 126 123 117 115 111 111 111

L 46 63 48 43 31 39 39 46 60 72 37

Pct. .758 .682 .730 .750 .803 .759 .750 .714 .649 .607 .750

CAREER SINGLES WINNING PCT (50 WINS) Name David Pate Randy Crawford Paul Robinson Esteban Carril David Roditi Corey Wittenberg Sandon Stolle Tony Bujan Jimmy Haney Ricardo Rubio

W 126 123 144 117 129 111 64 130 50 115

L 31 39 46 39 43 37 22 48 20 46

Pct. .803 .759 .758 .750 .750 .750 .744 .730 .714 .714

CAREER DOUBLES VICTORIES (50 WINS) Name Jason Weir-Smith David Roditi Ashley Fisher Randy Crawford Corey Wittenberg David Pate Karl Richter Luis Ruette Paul Robinson Clinton Banducci

W 131 121 107 107 102 100 98 96 94 89

L 33 39 28 46 42 30 31 28 27 27

Pct. .799 .756 .793 .699 .708 .769 .760 .774 .777 .767

Year 1987-88 1980-81 1994-95 1994-95 1992-93 1995-96 1995-96 1981-82 1977-78 1993-94 1993-94 Year 1992-96 1988-92 1988-92 1992-96 1980-83 1974-78 1997-01 1989-93 1990-94 1983-87 1979-83

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

CAREER DOUBLES WINNING PCT (20 WINS) Name Jason Weir-Smith Ashley Fisher Paul Robinson Luis Ruette David Pate Andres Urencio Clinton Banducci Karl Richter Sandon Stolle David Roditi

W 131 107 94 96 100 63 89 98 53 121

L 33 28 27 28 30 19 27 31 17 39

Pct. .799 .793 .777 .774 .769 .768 .767 .760 .757 .756

CAREER COMBINED VICTORIES

Name (Singles Record) W David Roditi (129-43) 250 Paul Robinson (144-46) 238 Luis Ruette (135-63) 231 Randy Crawford (123-39) 230 Jason Weir-Smith (97-55) 228 David Pate (126-31) 226 Corey Wittenberg (111-37) 213 Ashley Fisher (94-38) 201 Tony Bujan (130-48) 194 Esteban Carril (117-39) 193

L 82 73 91 85 88 61 79 66 76 77

Pct. .753 .765 .717 .730 .722 .787 .729 .753 .719 .715

Year 1993-97 1993-97 1992-96 1988-92 1980-83 1994-97 1986-89 1979-82 1988-90 1992-96 Year 1992-96 1992-96 1988-92 1974-78 1993-97 1980-83 1979-83 1993-97 1988-92 1997-01

CAREER COMBINED WINNING PCT (100 WINS) Name (Singles Record) W David Pate (126-31) 226 Paul Robinson (144-46) 238 David Roditi (129-43) 250 Ashley Fisher (94-38) 201 Sandon Stolle (64-22) 117 Randy Crawford (123-39) 230 Corey Wittenberg (111-37) 213 Jason Weir-Smith (97-55) 228 Tony Bujan (130-48) 194 Luis Ruette (135-63) 231

L 61 73 82 66 39 85 79 88 76 91

Pct. .787 .765 .753 .752 .750 .730 .729 .722 .719 .717

Year 1980-83 1992-96 1992-96 1993-97 1988-90 1974-78 1979-83 1993-97 1988-92 1988-92

Year 1980-83 1974-78 1992-96 1997-01 1992-96 1979-83 1988-90 1988-92 1999-01 1989-93 Year 1993-97 1992-96 1993-97 1974-78 1979-83 1980-83 1979-82 1988-92 1992-96 1986-89

David Roditi (right) and Paul Robinson rank first and second, respectively, in career victories at TCU.

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History Coaching History Tut Bartzen

Dave Borelli

Year Head Coach Record PCT ITA Rank Honors 1974 Tut Bartzen 13-11 .542 --- --1975 Tut Bartzen 12-7 .632 --- --1976 Tut Bartzen 20-9 .690 --- --1977 Tut Bartzen 29-6 .829 9th NCAA 1st Round 1978 Tut Bartzen 19-7 .731 15th --1979 Tut Bartzen 14-9 .609 18th --1980 Tut Bartzen 12-9 .571 16th --1981 Tut Bartzen 19-9 .679 13th --1982 Tut Bartzen 22-6 .786 9th NCAA Quarters 1983 Tut Bartzen 23-9 .719 19th --1984 Tut Bartzen 22-12 .647 --- --1985 Tut Bartzen 15-12 .556 18th NIT Appearance 1986 Tut Bartzen 17-8 .680 15th --1987 Tut Bartzen 14-8 .636 12th NCAA 2nd Round 1988 Tut Bartzen 20-5 .800 14th NCAA 1st Round SWC Tournament Title 1989 Tut Bartzen 26-7 .788 4th NCAA Semis SWC Tournament Title SWC Regular Season Title 1990 Tut Bartzen 20-5 .800 13th --1991 Tut Bartzen 16-6 .727 11th NCAA 2nd Round SWC Tournament Title SWC Regular Season Title 1992 Tut Bartzen 20-4 .833 7th NCAA 2nd Round SWC Tournament Title SWC Regular Season Title 1993 Tut Bartzen 20-7 .741 14th NCAA 2nd Round 1994 Tut Bartzen 18-5 .783 6th NCAA Quarters SWC Tournament Title SWC Regular Season Title 1995 Tut Bartzen 25-6 .806 7th NCAA Quarters SWC Tournament Title 1996 Tut Bartzen 23-3 .885 3rd NCAA Semis SWC Tournament Title SWC Regular Season Title 1997 Tut Bartzen 15-12 .556 --- NCAA Region VI Final WAC Tournament Title 1998 Tut Bartzen 11-13 .458 38th NCAA Region VI Semis 1999 Michael Center 14-7 .667 22nd NCAA 2nd Round 2000 Michael Center 22-5 .815 10th NCAA Quarters WAC Tournament Title 2001 Joey Rive 24-4 .857 5th NCAA Semis WAC Tournament Title 2002 Joey Rivé 11-12 .478 32nd NCAA 1st Round 2003 Joey Rivé 16-9 .640 21st NCAA 2nd Round 2004 Joey Rivé 18-7 .720 18th NCAA 3rd Round 2005 Joey Rivé 8-15 .348 49th NCAA 1st Round 2006 Joey Rivé 18-10 .643 31st NCAA 2nd Round MWC Tournament Title 2007 Dave Borelli 10-12 .455 68th --2008 Dave Borelli 20-8 .714 34th NCAA First Round MWC Tournament Title MWC Co-Regular Season Title 2009 Dave Borelli 12-12 .500 38th NCAA First Round MWC Regular Season Title TOTALS 36 YEARS 638-296 .683 23 NCAA APPEARANCES 12 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TITLES 7 REGULAR SEASON TITLES 24 TOP-25 FINISHES TUT BARTZEN 25 Years 528-203 (.722)

MICHAEL CENTER 2 Years 36-12 (.750)

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JOEY RIVÉ 6 Years 95-57 (.625)

DAVE BORELLI 3 Years 42-32 (.568)

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History Horned Frog Coaching Legend: Tut Bartzen For 25 seasons, TCU tennis and the name of Bernard “Tut” Bartzen were synonymous. The 1998-99 campaign marked the first time in the history of TCU tennis that Bartzen was not the school’s head coach. Bartzen, who was inducted into the USPTA Hall of Fame in September 2003, was the catalyst behind the highly successful TCU men’s tennis program. Under Bartzen, the Frogs finished with a top 10 ranking six times. He was named conference coach of the year seven times, and the Frogs won eight conference tournament championships. Since the men’s first national ranking in 1977, his teams placed in the top 20 every year except 1984, 1997 and 1998. For much of the 1990s, he turned the school into a consistent top 10 program. With a 528-203 (.722) record, Bartzen was one of the most successful coaches in collegiate history. Despite inheriting a team with only a single scholarship, his squads posted a losing record only once. During his brief tenure in the dual capacity as women’s coach, he placed those squads in the top 20 nationally for the first time in history as well. His achievements led the TCU Board of Trustees to name the six stadium courts the Bernard J. “Tut” Bartzen Varsity Tennis Courts in 1995. The bulk of his career was spent in the Southwest Conference, where he won five regular season championships (1989, 1991, 1992, 1994 and 1996), seven tournament championships (1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995 and 1996; his teams were finalists in the other two played) and appeared in the NCAA national tournament eleven times (1977, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996). In addition, the 1995 and 1997 teams appeared in the NCAA Regionals, a tournament which his other non-NCAA teams undoubtedly would have qualified for if that competition (created in 1994) had existed. Both his 1989 and 1996 squads reached the NCAA semifinals and also achieved the highest year-end rankings in his career, No. 4 and No. 3, respectively (although the 1992 team was ranked No. 2 most of the season). His 1992 squad advanced to the final of the prestigious National Team Indoors before losing to No. 1 Stanford. After the 1996 team captured the final SWC regular season and tournament titles, the 1997 TCU squad won the first-ever postseason tournament of the newly-expanded Western Athletic Conference. This performance earned Bartzen WAC Coach of the Year honors. When his coaching career ended, 16 of his players had received ITA AllAmerica recognition 37 times. Eighteen of his Horned Frogs earned allconference honors a total of 49 times. Between 1985 and 1996, 21 of his players captured 33 SWC singles championships (seven at the no. 1 position), and 14 different teams won 15 SWC doubles championships (seven at the no. 1 position as well). In 1981, he coached David Pate and Karl Richter to the NCAA doubles title, and in 1996 Ashley Fisher and Jason Weir-Smith came within three games of winning that same title. Pate also won the 1982 National Indoors. Paul Robinson and David Roditi won three national doubles titles (1994 and 1995 Clay Courts and 1994 All-American). Robinson captured the 1995 Clay Courts Championship as well. Bartzen was named NCAA Region VI Coach of the Year five times (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1996) and Southwest Conference Coach of the Year six times (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994 and 1996). Other awards related to his collegiate coaching career include the Texas Tennis Coaches Association Coach of the Year (1988 and 1994) and induction into the Intercollegiate Tennis Hall of Fame (1985). Bartzen was also named the 1982 Wilson/ITCA National Coach of the Year.

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The Bartzen Profile

4 Compiled a career record of 528-203 in 25 years, good for a .722 winning percentage 4 Led TCU to its first NCAA Final Four appearance in 1989 and then duplicated the feat in 1996 4 Won eight conference tournament titles and five regular season crowns between the Southwest Conference and Western Athletic Conference 4 Had twelve 20-win seasons 4 Finished his career leading the Horned Frogs to 19 top-20 finishes 4 Owner of seven top-10 finishes 4 Made 13 NCAA team appearances 4 1982 ITCA National Coach of the Year

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History Individual Rankings Through the years, the TCU Horned Frogs have been regulars among the year-end rankings. For 31 consecutive years, TCU has ended its season with at least one ranked player. Currently, 38 different Frogs have concluded a year with a ranking. Four members of the Purple and White—Esteban Carril (1998-01), Tom Mercer (1984-87), David Roditi (1993-96) and Luis Ruette (1989-92)—earned year-end rankings in either singles or doubles four straight seasons. The highest final billing in singles belongs to Paul Robinson, who came in at No. 3 in 1996. He and Roditi have the best finish in doubles as well at No. 2 in 1995. The most players that finished the year ranked in one season was six in 2000 when the Horned Frogs surprised the NCAA field by upsetting Baylor in the round of 16 to reach the quarterfinals. TCU had five ranked players in 1987 and 1996 as well. 1979 Rick Meyers 1980 Karl Richter 1981 David Pate 1982 David Pate 1983 David Pate Corey Wittenberg

Singles 50th (s) 40th (s)

1991 Tony Bujan Luis Ruette

Singles

Doubles

23rd (s) 16th (s)

13th (d) 13th (d)

1992 Tony Bujan Luis Ruette

8th (s) 44th (s)

10th (d) 10th (d)

2000 Esteban Carril 9th (s) Scott Eddins 91st (s) Trace Fielding Toni Gordon 99th (s) Jimmy Haney Petr Koula 96th (s)

1993 Laurent Becouarn 53rd (s) Dax Peterson David Roditi 87th (s)

26th (d) 26th (d)

18th (s) 4th (s) 9th (s) 30th (s)

1984 Tom Mercer 93rd (s) Tony Macken Jose Marques-Neto 1985 Neil Broad Tom Mercer 28th (s) 1986 Neil Broad Tom Mercer

Doubles

15th (d) 15th (d)

35th (d) 35th (d) T-30th (d) T-30th (d)

51st (s) 21st (s)

1987 John Baker Neil Broad 32nd (s) Tom Mercer 84th (s) Scott Meyers 85th (s) Patrick Smith 1988 Clinton Banducci 34th (s) Earl Zinn 1989 Clinton Banducci 38th (s) Eric Lingg Luis Ruette 77th (s) 1990 Tony Bujan 39th (s) Luis Ruette 28th (s) Sandon Stolle

T-49th (d) 37th (d)

1994 Devin Bowen 64th (s) Stefan Figley T-68th (s) Paul Robinson 18th (s) David Roditi 51st (s) T-10th (d) 1995 Ashley Fisher Paul Robinson 6th (s) David Roditi 77th (s) Jason Weir-Smith 1996 Gonzalo Corrales 62nd (s) Ashley Fisher Paul Robinson 3rd (s) David Roditi 25th (s) Jason Weir-Smith

Singles

2001 Esteban Carril 11th (s) Trace Fielding 37th (s) Jimmy Haney 2002 Toni Gordon

Doubles 43rd (d) 36th (d) 43rd (d) 36th (d)

11th (d) 11th (d)

77th (s)

T-10th (d)

28th (d) 2nd (d) 2nd (d) 28th (d)

6th (d) 5th (d) 5th (d) 6th (d)

2003 Toni Gordon Alex Menichini Fabrizio Sestini

88th (s) 77th (s) 100th (s)

2004 Rafael Abreu Alex Menichini 48th (s) Fabrizio Sestini 2005 Rafael Abreu Fabrizio Sestini 32nd (s)

34th (d) 34th (d) 18th (d) 18th (d)

69th (s) 51st (s)

5th (d) 5th (d)

2006 Rafael Abreu 104th (s) Jordan Freitas Andrei Mlendea 39th (s)

14th (d) 14th (d)

1998 Esteban Carril 37th (s) Martin Jirak

25th (d) 25th (d)

2007 Kriegler Brink Cosmin Cotet 93rd (s)

44th (d) 44th (d)

12th (d) 12th (d)

1999 Esteban Carril 7th (s) Martin Jirak

33rd (d) 33rd (d)

2008 Kriegler Brink Cosmin Cotet 30th (s)

53rd (d) 53rd (d)

2009 Emanuel Brighiu 115th (s) Kriegler Brink 77th (s) Slah Mbarek 93rd (s) Adrian Simon

36th (d) 44th (d) 44th (d) 36th (d)

37th (d) T-49th (d)

1997 Ashley Fisher Jason Weir-Smith

8th (d) 8th (d)

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16th (d) 16th (d)

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History NCAA Championships Individual Results 1975 — Corpus Christi, Texas David Kelly, singles 1st Round: lost Alvaro Fillol, Miami (Fla.), 7-6, 7-6 Jim Allin/Randy Crawford, doubles 1st Round: lost Cohen/Holroyd, Arizona State, 6-1, 6-2 Jon Gurian/David Kelly, doubles 1st Round: lost Khan/Nakazawa, Oklahoma State, 6-1, 6-3 1976 — Corpus Christi, Texas Randy Crawford, singles 1st Round: lost Woody Supple, Arizona, 6-3, 6-4 Tut Bartzen, Jr./Randy Crawford, doubles 1st Round: def. Austin/Bruce, UCLA, 6-7, 6-4, 7-5 2nd Round: def. Ampon/Lubner, Southern Illinois, 7-5, 7-6 3rd Round: lost Valentinic/Walker, Houston, 6-1, 6-3

1983 — Athens, Ga. David Pate, singles 1st Round: def. Fernando Perez, LSU, 6-3, 6-2 2nd Round: def. Howard Sands, Harvard, 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 3rd Round: lost Greg Holmes, Utah, 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 Corey Wittenberg, singles 1st Round: def. Joe Leytze, Kentucky, 6-1, 6-2 2nd Round: lost Paul Annacone, Tennessee, 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 David Pate/Corey Wittenberg, doubles 1st Round: def. Eriksson/Pahlett, Minnesota, 7-6, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Saad/Smith, Wichita State, 6-3, 7-6

Tom Mott/Rick Myers, doubles 1st Round: lost Edwards/Palin, Pepperdine, 6-3, 6-4

1984 — Athens, Ga. Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: lost Fernando Perez, LSU, 7-5, 6-3

1985 — Athens, Ga. Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: def. Mark Basham, UCLA, 4-6, 7-6(3), 7-6(3) 2nd Round: lost George Bezecny, Georgia, 6-2, 1-0, ret. John Baker/Scott Meyers, doubles Qualifier: lost Clark/Prevolos, Cal-Davis, 7-5, 6-2

1978 — Athens, Ga. Randy Crawford, singles 1st Round: lost Marty Davis, California, 6-4, 6-4 Tut Bartzen, Jr./Randy Crawford, doubles 1st Round: def. Eber/Supple, Arizona, 6-3, 7-6(3) 2nd Round: lost Curren/Plock, Texas, 3-6, 7-6(3), 6-4 1979 — Athens, Ga. Rick Meyers, singles 1st Round: lost Matt Woolridge, Cal-Irvine, 6-3, 6-1 Rick Meyers/David Zimmerman, doubles 1st Round: lost Bourne/Rennert, Stanford, 6-1, 6-3 1980 — Athens, Ga. Karl Richter, singles 1st Round: lost Chris Dunk, California, 6-1, 6-4

1986 — Athens, Ga. Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: def. Paolo Toffolo, Temple, 6-2, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Bobby Blair, Arkansas, 6-2, 6-1 3rd Round: lost Richard Matuszewski, Clemson, 7-6(6), 1-6, 7-6(2) 1987 — Athens, Ga. Neil Broad, singles 1st Round: def. Julio Noriega, San Diego State, 6-2, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Paul Mancini, West Virginia, 6-3, 6-1 3rd Round: lost Dan Goldberg, Michigan, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(1) Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: def. Steve DeVries, California, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Felix Barrientos, LSU, 7-5, 6-3

Rick Meyers/David Zimmerman, doubles Qualifier: lost Lapidus/Shiras, Princeton, 6-1, 6-3

1988 — Athens, Ga. Clinton Banducci, singles 1st Round: lost Martin Blackman, Stanford, 3-6, 7-5, 6-2

1981 — Athens, Ga. David Pate, singles 1st Round: lost Geoff MacDonald, Virginia, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3

Clinton Banducci and Earl Zinn, doubles 1st Round: def. Guajardo/Harkness, BYU, 7-6(3), 6-4 2nd Round: lost Dallwitz/Greenan, Wake Forest, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4

Karl Richter, singles Qualifier: lost Don Barton, Furman, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 David Pate/Karl Richter, doubles, NCAA Champions 1st Round: def. Gaker/Lovell, Washington & Lee, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Round: def. Benson/Honey, Trinity, 6-3, 7-5 Quarters: def. Andrews/Dillon, N.C. State, 6-4, 6-4 Semis: def. Mangan/Rogers, Georgia, 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-3 Final: def. Doohan/Serret, Arkansas, 6-7(3), 6-3, 6-4

1989 — Athens, Ga. Clinton Banducci, singles 1st Round: def. Patrick Galbreath, UCLA, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Trevor Kroneman, Cal-Irvine, 6-2, 6-4 Clinton Banducci/Eric Lingg, doubles 1st Round: def. Childs/Middleton, Georgia, 7-6(3), 6-3 2nd Round: def. Donar/Faulk, Miami (Fla.), 6-2, 6-4 Quarters: lost Briggs/Kronemann, 5-7, 7-5, 6-1

1982 — Athens, Ga. David Pate, singles 1st Round: def. Craig Neuhard, Cal-Bakersfield, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Round: def. Mark Flur, Duke, 6-3, 6-3 3rd Round: lost Jeff Turpin, SMU, 6-2, 6-2

1991 — Athens, Ga. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: lost Alex O’Brien, Stanford, 6-4, 7-5 Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. David Hooper, South Carolina, 6-7(4), 6-3, 7-6(7) 2nd Round: lost Donny Isaak, Southern California, 7-5, 6-1 Tony Bujan and Luis Ruette, doubles 1st Round: def. Cosmo/D’Andrea, VCU, 6-4, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Palmer/Stark, Stanford, 6-3, 6-4 1992 — Athens, Ga. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: lost Mario Pacheco, LSU, 7-5, 6-3 Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: lost Wade McGuire, Georgia, 6-2, 6-2 Tony Bujan/Luis Ruette, doubles 1st Round: def. Canada/Carswell, New Mexico, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Kronauge/Kruse, Ball State, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 Quarters: def. El Swwy/Pachero, LSU, 7-6(5), 6-1 Semis: lost Patel/Yee, Stanford, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(3) 1993 — Athens, Ga. Laurent Becouarn, singles 1st Round: lost Brian Macphie, USC, 6-2, 7-5 Laurent Becouarn/Dax Peterson, doubles 1st Round: lost Figley/Spiers, Colorado, 6-7(3), 7-5, 6-4 1994 — South Bend, Ind. Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: lost Brian Stanton, Florida State, 7-6(5), 6-2 Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: lost Fitzgerald/Merklein, Florida, 6-7(5), 7-6(0), 6-4 1995 — Athens, Ga. Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: def. Paul Rosner, UAB, 7-5, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Robert Janacek, UCLA, 6-0, 6-0 Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Pledger/Simmons, Mississippi State, 7-5, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Ayers/Chess, Duke, 7-6(5), 6-4 Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: def. Salazar/Sprenglemeyer, Clemson, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Round: def. Lankford/Thompson, Kentucky, 6-3, 6-4 Quarters: lost Clark/Phillips, Texas, 3-6, 7-5, 6-1

David Pate/Karl Richter, doubles 1st Round: def. Miller/Skanse, Gustavus Adolphus, 6-2, 6-2 2nd Round: def. Levine/Steyn, Miami (Fla.), 6-3, 6-3 Quarters: lost Malmqvist/Miller, Georgia, 6-3, 6-3

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Luis Ruette, singles Qualifier: def. Larry Gewer, Washington College, 6-1, 6-2 1st Round: def. Johan Donar, Miami (Fla.), 7-5, 1-0, ret. 2nd Round: def. Juan Rios, Mississippi State, 7-5, 6-2 3rd Round: lost Steve Bryan, Texas, 6-0, 6-0 Luis Ruette/Sandon Stolle, doubles 1st Round: lost de Villiers/Gibson, Tennessee, 6-0, 7-6(8)

Tony Macken/Jose Marquis-Neto, doubles 1st Round: lost Leach/Pawsat, USC, 6-2, 6-1 1977 — Athens, Ga. Randy Crawford, singles 1st Round: def. Ron Myers, Miami (Fla.), 6-0, 6-2 2nd Round: lost Charlie Ellis, Georgia, 2-6, 7-6(3), 7-6(4)

1990 — Los Angeles, Calif. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: def. Mihnea Nastase, Mississippi State, 6-2, 6-7(7), 6-3 2nd Round: def. Doug Livingston, Arizona, 6-2, 6-2 3rd Round: lost Jason Netter, UCLA, 6-2, 6-3

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History 1996 — Athens, Ga. Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: def. Jason White, Florida State, 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-1 2nd Round: def. Reed Cordish, Princeton, 6-2, 7-5 3rd Round: lost Manny Ramirez, Southern California, 2-6, 6-2, 7-6(5)

1999 — Athens, Ga. Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: def. James Shortall, Mississippi, 7-6(5), 6-3 2nd Round: def. Oliver Le Jeune, Fresno State, 6-7(5), 7-5, 7-5 3rd Round: def. Oliver Freelove, Illinois, 6-4, 6-7(9), 6-4 Quarters: lost Eric Drew, Washington, 6-4, 6-4

David Roditi, singles 1st Round: lost Cecil Mamiit, Southern California, 6-4, 6-1 Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles, NCAA Runner-Ups 1st Round: def. Chisolm/Hermansson, South Alabama, 6-3, 6-1 2nd Round: def. James/Myers, Purdue, 6-4, 6-3 Quarters: def. Budgen/Sceney, Pepperdine, 6-4, 6-4 Semis: def. Mahony/Montana, Tennessee, 6-4, 6-2 Final: lost Gimelstob/Muskatirovic, UCLA, 6-7(3), 6-4, 6-4 Paul Robinson and David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: def. Caldwell/Morrow, North Carolina, 6-1, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Salzenstein/Wolters, Stanford, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 Quarters: lost Gimelstob/Muskatirovic, UCLA, 6-2, 7-5 1997 — Los Angeles, Calif. Ashley Fisher, singles 1st Round: lost Ryan Wolters, Stanford, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: lost Landsberg/Sjoqvist, Mississippi, 6-3, 6-7, 7-5

2000 — Athens, Ga. Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: def. Tyler Cleveland, Iowa, 7-6, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Oskar Johansson, Arkansas, 4-6, 7-6(3), 6-3 3rd Round: lost K.J. Hippensteel, Stanford, 6-7(7), 6-3, 7-6(6) 2001 — Athens, Ga. Trace Fielding, singles 1st Round: def. Eddie Coates, Vanderbilt, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Round: lost K.J. Hippensteel, Stanford, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4

2006 — Stanford, Calif. Andrei Mlendea, singles 1st Round: lost Matt Bruch, Stanford, Rafael Abreu/Jordan Freitas, doubles 1st Round: def. Liversage/Ysern, San Diego, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Meythaler/Rizza, Virginia, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(5) Quarters: lost Anderson/Rowe, Illinois, 6-4, 7-5 2008 — Tulsa, Okla. Cosmin Cotet, singles 1st Round: def. Christoph Muller, Rice, 7-6(2), 6-4 2nd Round: lost Andre Begemann, Pepperdine, 6-2, 6-1 Kriegler Brink/Cosmin Cotet, doubles 1st Round: lost Sundberg/Vallverdu, Miami (Fla.), 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 2009 — COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Emanuel Brighui/Adrian Simon, doubles 1st Round: lost Farah/Johnson, USC, 6-2, 6-4

Trace Fielding/Jimmy Haney, doubles 1st Round: def. Shortall/Stahlberg, Mississippi, 5-7, 7-5, 7-5 2nd Round: def. Luczak/Mullins, Fresno State, 6-3, 6-4 Quarters: lost M. Boeker/Parrott, Georgia, 6-4, 6-2 2004 — Tulsa, Okla. Alex Menichini, singles 1st Round: def. Mark Van Elden, Oklahoma State, 6-4, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Sam Warburg, Stanford, 6-0, 6-2

1998 — Athens, Ga. Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: lost Pavel Kudrnac, Oklahoma State, 6-7(5), 7-6(5), 6-2 Esteban Carril/Martin Jirak, doubles 1st Round: lost Bryan/Hodge, Stanford, 6-2, 6-4

NCAA Championships Team Results — 23 Appearances (26-23) 1977 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: lost Miami (Fla.), 5-4 1982 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. Duke, 5-3 Quarters: lost Georgia, 6-0 1987 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: Bye 2nd Round: lost UCLA, 5-1 1988 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: lost Tennessee, 5-2

1994 — South Bend, Ind. 1st Round: def. Georgia Tech, 4-1 Quarters: lost UCLA, 4-3 1995 — College Station, TX • Athens, Ga. Region VI Semis: def. Ark.-Little Rock, 4-2 Region VI Final: def. Texas A&M, 4-2 1st Round: def. LSU, 4-0 Quarters: lost Georgia, 4-1 1996 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. LSU, 4-3 Quarters: def. Mississippi, 4-1 Semis: lost UCLA, 4-2

1989 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: Bye 2nd Round: def. Kentucky, 5-2 Quarters: def. UCLA, 5-4 Semis: lost Georgia, 5-1

1997 — Fort Worth, Texas Region VI Quarters: def. SW Louisiana, 4-1 Region VI Semis: def. Arkansas, 4-1 Region VI Final: lost Texas, 4-3

1991 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. Harvard, 5-1 2nd Round: lost LSU, 5-3

1998 — Austin, Texas Region VI Quarters: def. Baylor, 4-2 Region VI Semis: lost SMU, 4-2

1992 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: Bye 2nd Round: lost North Carolina, 5-3

1999 — Dallas, Texas 1st Round: def. Kansas, 4-2 2nd Round: lost SMU, 4-3

1993 — Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. VCU, 5-0 2nd Round: lost UCLA, 5-1

2000 — Fort Worth, TX • Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. Hofstra, 4-0 2nd Round: def. Michigan, 4-0 3rd Round: def. Baylor, 4-1 Quarters: lost Stanford, 4-1

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2001 — Fort Worth, TX • Athens, Ga. 1st Round: def. Texas-Arlington, 4-0 2nd Round: def. Tulane, 4-2 3rd Round: def. Southern California, 4-2 Quarters: def. Texas A&M, 4-0 Semis: lost Tennessee, 4-0 2002 — College Station, Texas 1st Round: lost LSU, 4-0 2003 — Waco, Texas 1st Round: def. SMU, 4-1 2nd Round: lost Baylor, 4-0 2004 — Lexington, Ky. • Tulsa, Okla. 1st Round: def. East Tennessee St., 4-1 2nd Round: def. Kentucky, 4-2 3rd Round: lost Clemson, 4-2 2005 — Lubbock,���Texas 1st Round: lost Wake Forest, 4-1 2006 — Malibu, Calif. 1st Round: def. San Diego, 4-0 2nd Round: lost Pepperdine, 4-0 2008 — Austin, Texas 1st Round: lost Rice, 4-3 2008 — Tulsa, Okla. 1st Round: lost Tulsa, 4-2

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History ITA All-American

National Tournament Results

1980 — Los Angeles, Calif. Karl Richter, singles 1st Round: lost Scott Davis, Stanford, 6-4, 6-4 1981 — Los Angeles, Calif. David Pate, singles 1st Round: lost Jacques Manset, UCLA, 0-6, 7-5, 6-4 1985 — Los Angeles, Calif. Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: def. Dani Leal, Pepperdine, 7-6, 3-6, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Rick Leach, Southern California, 6-4, 6-1 1986 — Los Angeles, Calif. Tom Mercer, singles 1st Round: def. Bill Uribe, LSU, 7-5, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Shelby Cannon, Tennessee, 6-4, 6-2

1998 — Austin, Texas Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: def. Martin Woisetchlager, UAB, 6-4, 6-1 2nd Round: def. Ariel Rivero, Alabama, 7-6, 6-4 3rd Round: lost Justin O’Neal, Florida, 6-4, 7-5

ITA National Indoors

Esteban Carril/Martin Jirak, doubles 1st Round: lost Caballero/Dubey, New Mexico, 7-6, 3-6, 7-6

Jim Allin/David Kelly, doubles 1st Round: lost Curran/Plock, Texas, 6-4, 6-2

1999 — Austin, Texas Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: lost Matthieu Amgwerd, New Mexico, 2-6, 6-0, 6-3

Tut Bartzen, Jr./Randy Crawford, doubles 1st Round: def. Johnson/Narakka, Arkansas-Little Rock, 7-6, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Nichols/O’Rourke, Wichita State, 7-6, 6-4 Quarters: def. Deller/Shore, Alabama, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 Semis: lost Doyle/Leeds, Yale, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3

Scott Eddins, singles 1st Round: lost Nenad Toroman, Tulsa, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 Trace Fielding, singles 1st Round: def. Nathan Overholser, Florida, 6-4, 4-3, ret. 2nd Round: lost Guillaume Legat, South Carolina, 6-4, 6-3

1979 — Houston, Texas (singles) • Wichita, Kan. (doubles) Rick Meyers, singles 1st Round: lost Robert Van’t Hof, Southern California, 6-4, 6-4

Petr Koula, singles 1st Round: lost Carlos Drada, Kentucky, 2-6, 7-6, 6-4

Greg Amaya/Greg Olsen, doubles 1st Round: lost Kennerley/Lubner, Southern Illinois-Carbondale, 5-7, 6-1, 6-4

1989 — Athens, Ga. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: lost Jonathan Stark, Stanford, 7-5, 6-3

Esteban Carril/Martin Jirak, doubles 1st Round: lost Carter/Osterieth, Arizona State, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3

Luis Ruette/Sandon Stolle, doubles 1st Round: lost Jensen/Parker, Georgia, 7-5, 6-1

2000 — Stone Mountain, Ga. Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: lost Al Garland, Pepperdine, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6

1990 — Athens, Ga. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. John Falbo, Kansas, 7-5, 6-2 2nd Round: lost David Kass, Michigan, 6-3, 6-2 Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: lost Johan Milbrink, LSU, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4 1991 — Austin, Texas Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. Bruce Haddad, Florida, 6-2, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Roland Thornqvist, North Carolina, 6-2, 6-3 Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: def. Greg Seilkop, Clemson, 6-0, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Christophe Damiens, Mississippi State, 7-6, 6-3 3rd Round: lost Alex O’Brien, Stanford, 6-4, 6-2 Tony Bujan/Luis Ruette, doubles 1st Round: lost Cosmo/D’Andrea, VCU, 6-2, 6-4 1994 — Austin, Texas Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: lost Tad Berkowitz, New Mexico, 6-1, 6-1 Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles, All-American Champions 1st Round: def. Goldstein/Humphries, Stanford, 7-6, 6-2 Quarters: def. Keyser/Swart, South Alabama, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 Semis: def. Kovalski/Muskatirovic, Miami (Fla.), 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 Final: def. Miquelard/Simmons, Mississippi State, 7-6, 3-6, 7-5 1995 — Austin, Texas Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: def. Brint Morrow, North Carolina, 6-3, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Justin Gimelstob, UCLA, 7-6, 2-6, 6-2 3rd Round: lost Chris Groer, Vanderbilt, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Baldas/Laschinger, Georgia, 7-6, 7-6 Quarters: lost Pettersson/Smith, UNLV, 7-6, 6-3

2002 — Chattanooga, Tenn. Toni Gordon, singles 1st Round: def. Wade Orr, Tennessee, 4-6, 7-6(4), 6-1 2nd Round: lost Bo Hodge, Georgia, 6-2, 7-6(8) Alex Menichini, singles 1st Round: lost Michael Calkins, Illinois, 7-6(3), 6-3 2003 — Chattanooga, Tenn. Alex Menichini, singles 1st Round: def. Chris Martin, Illinois, 0-6, 6-4, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Michael Kogan, Tulane, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 2004 — Chattanooga, Tenn. Fabrizio Sestini, singles 1st Round: def. Jamil Al-Agba, USC, 3-6, 6-2, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Conor Niland, California, 6-0, 7-6(4) Rafael Abreu/Fabrizio Sestini, doubles 1st Round: lost Buck/McClung, Air Force, 8-5

Rick Meyers/David Zimmerman, doubles 1st Round: def. McMahon/Pushek, Wichita State, 6-0, 6-7, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Brady/Leeds, Yale, 5-7, 7-6, 7-6 1980 — Houston, Texas (singles) • Wichita, Kan. (doubles) Greg Amaya/Karl Richter, doubles 1st Round: lost Dyke/Pushyk, Wichita State, 6-3, 6-2 Rick Meyers/David Zimmerman, doubles 1st Round: def. Luttrel/Seeney, Oklahoma State, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Jordaan/Van’t Hof, SMU, 6-2, 6-7, 6-1 Quarters: def. McMahon/Smith, Wichita State, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 Semis: lost Dickson/Murphy, Clemson, 6-2, 6-2 1982 — Princeton, N.J. David Pate, singles, Indoors Champion 1st Round: def. Danny Weiss, Northwestern, 6-3, 6-0 2nd Round: def. Rich Gallien, Pepperdine, 7-6, 6-2 Quarters: def. Mike Leach, Michigan, 6-2, 6-4 Semis: def. Mike DePalmer, Tennessee, 6-2, 6-7, 7-6 Final: def. Brad Gilbert, Pepperdine, 6-2, 7-6(4) David Pate/Karl Richter, doubles 1st Round: lost Malmqvist/Miller, Georgia, 7-6, 6-4 1983 — Princeton, N.J. David Pate, singles 1st Round: def. Marc Flur, Duke, 6-4, 6-2 2nd Round: lost Ted Farnsworth, Princeton, 7-5, 3-6, 7-5

2007 — Tulsa, Okla. Cosmin Cotet, singles 1st Round: def. Steven Moneke, Ohio State, 6-1, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Cory Parr, Wake Forest, 6-1, 6-3

David Pate/Corey Wittenberg, doubles 1st Round: def. Baxter/VonNostrand, Pepperdine, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 Quarters: lost Korita/Vanier, SMU, 6-2, 6-4

Kriegler Brink/Cosmin Cotet, doubles 1st Round: def. Pavic/Zirkin, Drake, 8-2 2nd Round: def. Davis/Rowe, Illinois, 8-5 Quarters: lost Devvarman/Huey, Virginia, 8-2

1987 — Richmond, Va. Neil Broad, singles 1st Round: lost Steve DeVries, California, 6-2, 6-4

2008 — Tulsa, Okla. Kriegler Brink/Zach Nichols, doubles 1st Round: lost to Fetbroyt/Orban, Maryland, 8-6 Emanuel Brighiu/Adrian Simon, doubles 1st Round: lost to Hunt-Schnugg, Georgia, 8-2

1989 — Minneapolis, Minn. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. Greg Failla, Southern California, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 2nd Round: lost Steve Longley, South Carolina, 7-6, 6-2 Clinton Banducci/Eric Lingg, doubles 1st Round: def. Harkness/Mattice, BYU, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 Quarters: lost Galbraith/Garrow, UCLA, 6-3, 1-6, 7-6 1990 — Minneapolis, Minn. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: lost Johan Milbrink, LSU, 6-3, 6-3

Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: lost Gimelstob/Muskatirovic, UCLA, 6-4, 6-3

Luis Ruette/Sandon Stolle, doubles 1st Round: def. Berryman/Havrilenko, Cal Poly, 7-5, 6-2 Quarters: def. Barber/Quinney, UCLA, 6-3, 7-6 Semis: lost Eisenman/Lucena, California, 6-2, 6-3

1996 — Austin, Texas Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Pranic/Williams, Tulsa, 6-4, 6-3 Quarters: lost Kohler/Muzyka, Duke, 6-3, 6-4

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1978 — Houston, Texas (singles) • Wichita, Kan. (doubles) Randy Crawford, singles 1st Round: lost Marty Davis, California, 7-6(4), 7-6(4)

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1997 — Dallas, Texas Ashley Fisher, singles 1st Round: def. Pepe Caballero, New Mexico, 7-5, 3-6, 6-1 2nd Round: lost Mike Russell, Miami (Fla.), 6-2, 6-3

Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. Brian Ulhleln, Minnesota, 6-2, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Donny Isaak, Southern California, 6-4, 6-3 Quarters: def. Al Parker, Georgia, 6-0, 5-7, 6-4 Semis: lost Brice Karsh, Tennessee, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4

1998 — Dallas, Texas Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: def. Kyle Spencer, Southern California, 7-6, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Pavel Kudrnac, Oklahoma State, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4

Tony Bujan/Luis Ruette, doubles 1st Round: lost Baron/Parker, Georgia, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4

1999 — Dallas, Texas Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: lost Peter Handoyo, Tennessee, 6-2, 6-2

1992 — Minneapolis, Minn. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: def. Cary Lothringer, Pepperdine, 6-0, 6-2 2nd Round: def. David DiLucia, Notre Dame, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 Quarters: lost Steve Campbell, Rice, 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 Tony Bujan/Luis Ruette, doubles 1st Round: def. Anderson/Hlushko, Minnesota, 6-3, 7-5 Quarters: lost Coleman/DiLucia, Notre Dame, 6-4, 6-1 1994 — Dallas, Texas Paul Robinson, singles, Indoors Runner-Up 1st Round: def. Ryan Simme, Notre Dame, 7-5, 7-5 2nd Round: def. Michael Flanagan, Stanford, 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 Quarters: def. Sebastian LeBlanc, UCLA, 6-2, 6-2 Semis: def. Brandon Coupe, San Jose State, 7-5, 6-3 Final: lost Sargis Sargsian, Arizona State, 6-3, 6-3 Stefan Figley, singles 1st Round: lost Robert Janacek, UCLA, 6-2, 6-1 Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: lost Rosner/Snyman, UAB, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 1995 — Dallas, Texas Paul Robinson, singles, Indoors Runner-Up 1st Round: def. Marc-Andre Tardiff, Cal-Irvine, 6-1, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Steven Baldas, Georgia, 6-2, 6-4 Quarters: def. Fredrik Bergh, Fresno State, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 Semis: def. Chad Clark, Texas, 6-1, 7-5 Final: lost Sargis Sargsian, Arizona State, 6-1, 6-4 Jason Weir-Smith, singles 1st Round: def. Johan Hede, Mississippi, 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(3) 2nd Round: lost Jamie Laschinger, Georgia, 6-4, 6-2 Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. McKenzie/Stanton, Florida State, 6-3, 6-4 Quarters: def. Isroff/Slattery, Kansas, 6-7, 7-5, 7-6 Semis: lost Rosner/Snyman, UAB, 6-4, 6-1 Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: def. Andersson/Ruiz, Incarnate Word, 6-4, 6-0 Quarters: def. Baldas/Laschinger, Georgia, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 Semis: lost Goldstein/Humphries, Stanford, 6-7, 6-2, 6-4 1996 — Dallas, Texas Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: def. Thomas Thieulot, Mississippi State, 6-3, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Rob Chess, Duke, 6-7(5), 6-1, 6-4 Gonzalo Corrales, singles 1st Round: def. John Roddick, Georgia, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) 2nd Round: lost Jeff Salzenstein, Stanford, 6-1, 6-2

1995 — Baltimore, Md. Paul Robinson, singles, Clay Courts Champion 1st Round: def. Gus Fernandez, LSU, 6-4, 6-1 2nd Round: def. Chris Groer, Vanderbilt, 7-6(6), 6-3 Quarters: def. Jan Hermansson, South Alabama, 6-2, 6-2 Semis: def. Cedric Kauffman, Kentucky, 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-2 Final: def. Fredrik Giers, Fresno State, 6-2, 6-3

2003 — Ann Arbor, Mich. (played in fall) Rafael Abreu/Fabrizio Sestini, doubles 1st Round: lost Colombo/Pelva, Auburn, 8-4

Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Abocoa/Vissepo, Kansas, 7-6, 7-5 Quarters: def. Dalgaard/Diar, Boise State, 6-2, 6-2 Semis: lost Cooper/Evelyn, Wichita State, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3

2004 — Ann Arbor, Mich. (played in fall) Rafael Abreu/Fabrizio Sestini, doubles 1st Round: def. Carrasco/Omana, College of Santa Fe (N.M.), 8-2 Quarters: lost Green/Wilson, Ohio State, 9-8(6)

Paul Robinson and David Roditi, doubles, Clay Courts Champions 1st Round: def. Pun/Sprouse, Notre Dame, 6-3, 6-3 Quarters: def. Elmblad/Kodjoe, VCU, 6-4, 6-4 Semis: def. Mahony/Montana, Tennessee, 7-6(6), 5-7, 6-1 Final: def. Cooper/Evelyn, Wichita State, 6-0, 6-4

ITA National Clay Courts

(Discontinued After 2000) 1989 — Hilton Head, S.C. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. Doug Flach, Tennessee, 1-6, 6-0, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Jose Noriega, San Diego, 6-1, 5-7, 6-1 1990 — Panama City Beach, Fla. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: def. Michael Zimmerman, Harvard, 6-4, 1-6, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Martin Dionne, Drake, 7-6, 6-2 Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: def. Mark Jeffrey, Mississippi State, 6-3, 6-3 2nd Round: lost Louie Gloria, South Carolina, 6-3, 7-6 1991 — Wilmington, N.C. Tony Bujan, singles 1st Round: def. David Hall, Duke, 6-4, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Woody Webb, North Carolina, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 Quarters: lost Jose Noriega, San Diego, 6-2, 4-1, ret. Luis Ruette, singles 1st Round: lost Chris Woodruff, Tennessee, 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 1994 — Jackson, Miss. Paul Robinson, singles 1st Round: def. Tad Berkowitz, New Mexico, 7-5, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Ivan Keskinov, Fresno State, 6-4, 6-3 Quarters: lost Chad Clark, Texas, 6-3, 6-2 David Roditi, singles 1st Round: lost Johan Hede, Mississippi, 6-2, 6-0

1996 — Baltimore, Md. Gonzalo Corrales, singles 1st Round: def. Chris Magyary, Cal Poly, 6-3, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Gus Fernandez, LSU, 6-1, 6-4 Quarters: lost Thomas Dupre, Mississippi State, 4-2, ret. Ashley Fisher and Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Pranic/Williams, Tulsa, 6-3, 6-3 Quarters: def. Jackmon/Mahal, California, 6-4, 6-3 Semis: lost Crichton/Hamilton, Arkansas, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 1997 — Baltimore, Md. Esteban Carril, singles 1st Round: def. John Roddick, Georgia, 6-2, 6-4 2nd Round: lost Vladimir Pavkevic, South Carolina, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 1998 — Baltimore, Md. Esteban Carril, singles, Clay Courts Champion 1st Round: def. Jeff Williams, Arizona State, 6-3, 6-3 2nd Round: def. Marco Williams, Mississippi State, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 3rd Round: def. Brian Vahaly, Virginia, 6-2, 7-6(3) Quarters: def. Oliver Freelove, Illinois, 6-3, 6-2 Semis: def. Guillaume Legat, South Carolina, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 Final: def. Hisham Hemeda, Georgia, 6-2, 6-0 Martin Jirak, singles 1st Round: lost Alex Concado, Old Dominion, 6-1, 6-0 Esteban Carril and Martin Jirak, doubles 1st Round: def. Jourdon/Legat, South Carolina, 7-5, 6-4 2nd Round: def. Lenhoff/Mule, UNC-Greensboro, 6-2, 6-2 Quarters: lost Skorin/Zivkovic, UNLV, 6-2, 6-3

ITA National Team Indoors 1987 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost UCLA, 5-3

David Roditi, singles 1st Round: def. Pablo Montana, Tennessee, 6-2, 7-5 2nd Round: lost Cedric Kauffman, Kentucky, 6-1, 6-4

1989 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: def. BYU, 6-0 2nd Round: lost Southern Cal, 5-2

Ashley Fisher/Jason Weir-Smith, doubles 1st Round: def. Merkert/Stump, Wake Forest, 7-5, 7-6 Quarters: lost Diaz/Polonyi, Boise State, 6-1, 7-5

1990 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost Alabama, 5-3

Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles 1st Round: def. Bosman/Silva, Auburn, 6-4, 6-3 Quarters: lost Goldstein/Thomas, Stanford, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4

Paul Robinson/David Roditi, doubles, Clay Courts Champions 1st Round: def. B. Juinio/R. Juinio, Fresno State, 6-2, 6-2 Quarters: def. Clark/Phillips, Texas, 6-2, 6-4 Semis: def. Miquelard/Simmons, Mississippi State, 6-7(4), 6-2, 6-2 Final: def. Caldwell/Morrow, North Carolina, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4

1991 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost Miami (Fla.), 5-4

1992 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: def. Kentucky, 4-2 Quarters: def. UCLA, 4-2 Semis: def. Notre Dame, 4-0 Final: lost Stanford, 5-1 1993 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost New Mexico, 4-3 1994 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost Harvard, 4-3

1996 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: def. Florida, 4-2 Quarters: lost Stanford, 4-2 1997 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost Mississippi, 4-1 2001 — Seattle, Wash. 1st Round: def. Mississippi, 4-2 Quarters: def. Okla. State, 4-0 Semis: lost UCLA, 4-2

1995 — Louisville, Ky. 1st Round: lost Mississippi, 6-1

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History Frogs in the Pros Greg Amaya (1979-82) Career High Singles: 203 (Jan. 16, 1978) Career High Doubles: 471 (Nov. 26, 1984)

Trace Fielding (1998-01) Career High Singles: 465 (Oct. 21, 2002) Career High Doubles: 275 (Dec. 15, 2003)

Hector Almada (2004) Career High Singles: 935 (Dec. 9, 2002) Career High Doubles: 515 (Nov. 20, 2006)

Stefan Figley (1994-95)

John Baker (1947-49) Clinton Banducci (1986-89) Career High Singles: 526 (Sept. 10, 1990) Career High Doubles: 296 (Feb. 17, 1992)

Ashley Fisher (1994-97) Career High Singles: 489 (July 24, 2000) Career High Doubles: 36 (Feb. 17, 2003) Tony Gordon (2000-03) Eric Lingg (1988-89) Career High Doubles: 837 (Sept. 15, 1986)

Laurent Becouarn (1991-93) Devin Bowen (1991-94) Career High Singles: 635 (Feb. 26, 1996) Career High Doubles: 39 (Aug. 11, 2003)

Tony Macken (1983-84) Career High Singles: 932 (Oct. 19, 1987) Career High Doubles: 561 (Oct. 12, 1987) Jose Marques-Neto (1983-86)

Tony Bujan (1989-92) Career High Singles: 477 (May 9, 1994) Career High Doubles: 325 (July 5, 1993) Neil Broad (1985-87) Career High Singles: 84 (May 8, 1989) Career High Doubles: 9 (Apr. 9, 1990) Esteban Carril (1998-01) Career High Singles: 462 Career High Doubles: 291 Randy Crawford (1975-78) Career High Singles: 175 (Dec. 31, 1978) Talito Gonzalo Corrales (1996-97) Scott Eddins (1998-01) Career High Singles: 847 (June 10, 2002) Career High Doubles: 275 (Aug. 5, 2002)

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Alex Menichini (2002-04) Career High Singles: 1227 (May 10, 2004) Career High Doubles: 1601 (May 15, 2005) Tom Mercer (1984-87) Career High Singles: 303 (Aug. 28, 1989) Career High Doubles: 112 (Sept. 20, 1993) Scott Meyers (1984-87) Rick Meyers (1977-80) Career High Singles: 415 (Jan. 4, 1982) Career High Doubles: 409 (Jan. 3, 1983) David Pate (1981-83) Career High Singles: 45 (Jan. 16, 1989) Career High Doubles: 1 (Jan. 14, 1991)

DAVID PATE

SANDON STOLLE

DEVIN BOWEN

No. 1 ATP Doubles Ranking No. 45 ATP Singles Ranking

No. 2 ATP Doubles Ranking No. 50 ATP Singles Ranking

No. 39 ATP Doubles Ranking No. 635 ATP Singles Ranking

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History Dax Peterson (1993-94)

Frogs in the ATP Rankings

Karl Richter (1980-82) Career High Singles: 285 (July 30, 1984) Career High Doubles: 116 (July 28, 1986)

Name_______________________ Singles____________ Doubles David Pate_ _____________________ 45__________________1 Sandon Stolle____________________ 50__________________2 Neil Broad_______________________ 84__________________9 Randy Crawford_________________ 175__________________ Greg Amaya____________________ 203_______________ 471 Karl Richter_____________________ 285_______________ 116 Tom Mercer_____________________ 303_______________ 112 Randy Meyers___________________ 415_______________ 409 Esteban Carril___________________ 462_______________ 291 Trace Fielding___________________ 465_______________ 275 Luis Ruette_____________________ 466_______________ 369 Tony Bujan_ ____________________ 477_______________ 325 Paul Robinson_ _________________ 482_______________ 289 Ashley Fisher___________________ 489________________ 36 Clinton Banducci_ _______________ 526_______________ 296 Jason Weir-Smith________________ 632________________ 81 Devin Bowen_ __________________ 635________________ 39 David Roditi____________________ 826________________ 41 Tony Macken____________________ 932_______________ 561 Hector Almada__________________ 935_______________ 515 Alex Menichini_ ________________1227______________ 1601 Fabrizio Sestini_________________1322_______________ 667

Paul Robinson (1993-96) Career High Singles: 482 (July 7, 1997) Career High Doubles: 289 (June 23, 1997) David Roditi (1993-96) Career High Singles: 826 (July 7, 1997) Career High Doubles: 41 (May 18, 1998) Luis Ruette (1989-92) Career High Singles: 466 (July 11, 1988) Career High Doubles: 369 (Aug. 13, 1990) Fabrizio Sestini (2002-2004) Career High Singles: 1322 (Aug. 6, 2001) Career High Doubles: 667 (May 27, 2002) Patrick Smith (1987-88) Sandon Stolle (1989-91) Career High Singles: 50 (Jan. 13, 1997) Career High Doubles: 2 (March 5, 2001) Jason Weir-Smith (1994-97) Career High Singles: 632 (March 6, 2000) Career High Doubles: 81 (June 18, 2001) Corey Wittenberg (1980-83) Career High Singles: 417 (March 18, 1985) Career High Doubles: 334 (March 18, 1985) Earl Zinn (1988) Career High Doubles: 257 (June 19, 1989)

NEIL BROAD

karl richter (left) and david Pate (right)

No. 9 ATP Doubles Ranking 1996 Olympics - Silver Medal Winner (Great Britain)

Both members of TCU’s 1981 national championship doubles team went on to professional careers after competing as Frogs.

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History All-Time Letterwinners -AAA-

-CCC-

Abreu, Rafael__________________2003-04-05-06 Alexander, Clyde___________________ 1932-33-34 Allin, Jim______________________ 1975-76-77-78 Allmon, Otis_____________________________ 1985 Almada, Hector__________________________ 2004 Amaya, Gregory________________ 1979-80-81-82 Armstrong, Lance________________________ 1982 Atkinson, W.P.___________________________ 1928

Cannon, Jim_________________________ 1979-80 Caraminas, Juan___________________ 1969-70-71 Carril, Esteban_ ________________1998-99-00-01 Clayton, Danny__________________________ 1966 Conrad, Matthew_ _______________________ 1989 Cook, Gene_______________________ 1957-58-59 Cornell, Bob_ ________________________ 1952-53 Corrales, Gonzalo_____________________ 1996-97 Cost, John Jr.___________________________ 1983 Cotet, Cosmin________________________ 2007-08 Crawford, Randy________________ 1975-76-77-78 Crawford, William________________________ 1925

-BBBBadgett, Bob_________________________ 1921-22 Baker, Harlan_____________________ 1956-57-58 Baker, John_______________________ 1947-48-49 Baker, John____________________ 1984-85-86-87 Baker, Virgil_____________________________ 1952 Baker, Wally_ ___________________________ 1993 Banducci, Clinton_______________ 1986-87-88-89 Barnett, Kirk____________________________ 1979 Barbu, Radu_________________________ 2005-07 Bartzen, Fred Jr.________________ 1976-77-78-79 Bass, Bobby______________________ 1936-37-38 Baumerdner, Ron________________________ 1976 Becker, Sergio_ _________________________ 1985 Becouarn, Laurent_________________ 1991-92-93 Bender, Mike____________________________ 1980 Bere, Matt___________________________ 1997-98 Betts, Gary_ ___________________ 1985-86-87-88 Billingsley, Jack_ __________________1939-40-41 Bilstrom, David_______________________ 1979-80 Biro, Christopher________________________ 2007 Bowen, Devin__________________1991-92-93-94 Boynton, Craig_______________________ 1983-84 Bradley, Walter__________________________ 1938 Brandi, Chris____________________________ 2002 Brighiu, Emanuel______________ 2008-present Brink, Kriegler__________________ 2006-07-08-09 Broad, Neil_ ______________________ 1985-86-87 Brown, Ted_ ______________________ 1925-26-27 Buerger, Tom__________________ 1975-76-77-78 Bujan, Tony____________________1989-90-91-92 Bulls, Caleb__________________________ 2007-08 Bush, Douglass___________________ 1924-25-26

-DDDDawson, James_ ________________________ 1980 Dickenson, Marc______________________ 1979-80 Dillman, Brain___________________________ 1987 Disney, Rick_ ___________________________ 1971 Doane, Chris___________________ 1979-80-81-82 Donk, Mark van der_ _____________________ 1989 Dopson, Richard_________________________ 1987 Dopson, William_ ________________________ 1987 Downs, Pat_____________________________ 1981 Dul, Kevin______________________________ 1982 Dye, Steffan____________________________ 1988

-EEEEddins, Scott___________________1998-99-00-01 Ewell, Charles__________________ 1927-28-29-30

-FFFFalls, Max_ ____________________ 1972-73-74-75 Farmer, Bob_ _____________________1964-65-66 Ferguson, Bernie_ _______________________ 1953 Fielding, Trace__________________1998-99-00-01 Figley, Stefan_ _______________________ 1994-95 Fisher, Ashley__________________ 1994-95-96-97 Fletcher, John__________________ 1970-71-72-73 Forsythe, Kim________________________ 1980-81 Friedman, Zach_______________________ 1997-98

-GGGGagnon, Justin_________________1998-99-00-01 Gali, Willy____________________________ 2002-03 Gallman, Robert_________________________ 2004 Garcia, Andy____________________________ 1979 Gardner, Ayts_ _______________________ 1934-35 Giesea, Jeff___________________1989-90-91-92 Gillespie, Louis____________________ 1954-55-56 Glass, Mark__________________________ 1995-96 Gleason, Doug____________________ 1986-87-88 Gonzalez, Patricio_____________________ 1991-92 Gordon, Antonio________________ 2000-01-02-03 Gordon, Charles___________________ 1954-55-56 Gridley, Cliff_________________________ 1973-74 Gurian, Jon__________________________ 1975-76

Ashley Fisher was named a doubles AllAmerican in 1996 and 1997. He ranks third in TCU history with 38 single-season doubles wins during the 1995-96 season.

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Esteban Carril ranks second all-time at TCU in single-season winning percentage (.829, 1999-2000). Carril was a three-time singles All-American while competing for the Frogs. Hart, Paul_ __________________________1988-89 Hendriks, Bret_______________________ 1984-85 Herd, Marion_________________________ 1932-33 Hill, Tommy_______________________ 1967-68-69 Hill, Wayne-Doug________________________ 1960 Hounsell, Alan___________________________ 1990 Hubbard, Marcus_ _________________ 1968-69-70

-IIIIannariello, Sebastian____________1998-99-00-01 Irvine, Jack_ ____________________________ 1974 Isbell, C.C.______________________________ 1930

-JJJJames, Ned__________________________ 1970-71 Jeffrey, Sean____________________________ 1990 Jirak, Martin_ ________________________1998-99 Junio, Ryan_____________________________ 1993

-KKKKelly, David____________________ 1976-77-78-79 Kinney, Andrew____________________ 1983-84-85 Knox, Carl___________________________ 1947-48 Knox, Walter_________________________ 1922-23 Koula, Petr_ ______________________1999-00-01 Kritser, John____________________________ 1921 Kures, Peter_ _____________________1980-81-82

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Lacy, Doug_ ____________________________ 1995 Lee, George______________________ 1981-82-83 Leeson, Todd________________________ 1981-82 Leonard, Michael_ _________________1999-00-01 Leonard, Tim______________________1994-95-96 Levinson, Jack_ ________________ 1946-47-48-49 Lingg, Eric___________________________1988-89 Lozuk, Paul__________________________ 1960-61

Hale, Shadie____________________________ 1917 Hamilton, Jerry__________________________ 1968 Hale, Shadie____________________________ 1917 Hamilton, Jerry__________________________ 1968 Haney, Jimmy________________________ 2000-01 Hansen, Jim_________________________ 1974-75 Hardin, Don_____________________________ 1953 Harris, Tom__________________________ 1973-74 Hart, Collin_ ____________________________ 2004 Hart, Mark___________________________ 1933-34

Kelubia Mabatah______________ 2009-present Macken, Tony_ _______________________ 1983-84 Mahaffey, Phil___________________________ 1941 Manning, Harlod________________ 1946-47-48-49 Marques-Neto, Jose_____________1983-84-85-86 Martin, Jacob_ ____________________ 2002-03-04 Martin, Kenneth_ __________________ 1953-54-55 Matzilevich, John_ _________________ 1969-70-71

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History Mayfield, Vernon_________________________ 1945

Poppell, John_ _________________ 1971-72-73-74 Powers, Casey_ ______________________ 2008-09 Price, Christopher_ ____________ 2009-present

-RRRRichter, Karl_ _____________________1980-81-82 Riley, Chad_ ____________________________ 1998 Rittersbacher, Herald_____________________ 1983 Roach, Kenny_____________________1964-65-66 Robbins, Raymond____________________ 1945-46 Roberts, Jimmy__________________________ 1947 Roberts, Noel________________________ 1930-31 Robinson, Bill___________________________ 1945 Robinson, Paul_________________1993-94-95-96 Roden, Dick_ ___________________________ 1954 Roditi, David___________________1993-94-95-96 Ronan, Gerald__________________1988-89-90-91 Roselle, George_________________________ 1928 Rosser, Arthur__________________ 1925-26-27-28 Row, Stuart_____________________________ 2007 Rubio, Ricardo_ ________________1990-91-92-93 Ruette, Luis____________________1989-90-91-92 Russo, Joe_ ______________________1938-40-41

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Jimmy Haney earned doubles All-America honors with partner Trace Fielding in 2001 after the duo advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships. Mbarek, Slah__________________ 2009-present McDavitt, Pat________________________ 1964-65 McDiarmid, John___________________ 1929-30-31 McDiarmid, Wier______________________ 1928-29 McDonald, Tommy_ ___________________ 1979-80 McLeland, Don____________________ 1935-36-37 Mendoza, Jose____________________ 2001-02-03 Menichini, Alex____________________ 2002-03-04 Mercer, Tom_ __________________ 1984-85-86-87 Metzger, Mike___________________________ 1982 Meyers, Rick___________________ 1977-78-79-80 Meyers, Scott__________________ 1984-85-86-87 Miller, K.C.________________________ 1975-76-77 Milliron, Chris_ ____________________ 1991-92-93 Moody, Walter___________________________ 1937 Moore, Jeff__________________________ 1967-68 Mott, Tom_ _______________________ 1976-77-78

Scholten, Daniel______________________ 2002-03 Schulze, David_______________________ 1980-81 Seider, Jack_ ________________________ 2008-09 Serna, Marcelo de la_ _________________ 1969-70 Sestini, Fabrizio____________________ 2002-03-04 Sewell, Eugene__________________________ 1917 Shetty, Jaideep_______________________ 1997-98 Shudde, William_ __________________1984-85-86 Shults, Edgar_ ____________________1939-40-41 Simon, Adrian________________________ 2008-09 Smith, Jack_____________________________ 1931 Smith, Patrick________________________ 1987-88 Staples, Chris________________________ 1979-80 Stolle, Sandon_____________________1989-90-91 Stopa, Craig_ ___________________________ 2004 Sullivan, John________________________ 1986-87 Swiley, Tom__________________________________

-TTTTezza, Jacopo________________________ 2003-04 Tjia, Mark______________________1989-90-91-92 Tomasco, Kirk___________________________ 1988

Tomlinson, Clyde________________ 1913-14-15-16 Tomlinson, J.D._ ______________________ 1927-28 Tomlinson, Walter_______________ 1923-24-25-26 Tompkins, Bob_ _________________________ 1951 Treadwell, David______________________ 1996-97 Truelson, Judy_____________________ 1933-34-35 Tucker, Joe_____________________________ 1946 Turbeville, Glen_______________________ 1923-24 Turnquist, Eric________________________ 1997-98

-UUUUlrich, Andrew_ ______________________ 2004-07 Urencio, Andres___________________ 1995-96-97 Uselton, Kenny__________________________ 1963

-VVVVan Zandt, Earl____________________ 1961-62-63 Viancos, Fred_ __________________________ 1985 Vickery, Dick_________________________ 1940-41 Vozeh, Ota_____________________1990-91-92-93 Vozeh, Tim______________________________ 1990

-WWWWajnberg, Daniel_ ____________________ 2001-02 Walsh, Howard_________________ 1931-32-33-34 Walsh, Matthew_ _______________ 1995-96-97-98 Weir-Smith, Jason_ _____________ 1994-95-96-97 Weiss, Oim_ ____________________________ 1960 Wheeler, Ronald___________________ 1934-35-36 White, Johnny_____________________ 1966-67-68 Whitehouse, Bill_________________________ 1936 Williams, Charles L._ _____________________ 1932 Williams, Charles M.________________ 1965-66-67 Wilson, James_____________________ 1950-51-52 Wise, Harlod_________________________ 1962-63 Wittenburg, Corey_______________1980-81-82-83 Wolft, Mike_ ____________________________ 1964 Wood, Dick_____________________________ 1952

-YYYYoung, Jim_ ____________________________ 1932

-ZZZZander, Bill_____________________________ 1984 Zimmerman, David______________ 1978-79-80-81 Zinn, Earl_______________________________ 1988

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-OOOOlsen, Greg_____________________________ 1979 Osburne, Dick_____________________ 1949-50-51

-PPPPanayides, Alex_ ________________________ 2008 Pate, David_______________________ 1981-82-83 Pate, Jack______________________________ 1982 Pederson, Gisle_________________________ 1984 Pengegrass, Paul__________________ 1956-57-58 Persons, Roy______________________1960-61-62 Peterson, Dax________________________ 1993-94 Pirkle, Paul_____________________________ 1915 Poll, Carl_________________________1939-40-41

Alex Menichini earned All-C-USA First-Team honors in 2003 and 2004 and was named to the C-USA All-Decade Team.

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COMPLIANCE INFO Prospects

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE

Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes.

Andrea Nordmann Associate Director of Athletics – Compliance 817.257.6899 a.nordmann@tcu.edu

How do I know if I’m being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

John Cunningham Director of Compliance 817.257.5869 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu

What is a Contact?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

Boosters

Who is a “booster”? A “booster” is known in NCAA terms as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests.” You become a booster if: —you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, —you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, _—you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, _—you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, —you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.12.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU’s athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL

“Institutional control” of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution’s staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution’s athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.

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TBA Assistant Director of Compliance 817.257.7068 r.holmes@tcu.edu Stephanie Key Administrative Assistant 817.257.7525 s.key@tcu.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 317.917.6222 www.ncaa.org

Mountain West Conference 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 719.488.4040 www.TheMWC.com Texas Christian University Office of Athletics Compliance 2800 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129 www.gofrogs.com


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This is TCU Horned Frog Success in 2009 SPRING 2009 On the field and the court, four progams -baseball, men’s golf, women’s tennis and men’s tennis -- won Mountain West Conference championships. All four programs, as well as individuals from rifle, men’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, competed in NCAA postseason action. For the first time in TCU history, the Horned Frogs hosted the NCAA Rifle Championships and an NCAA Baseball Regional. Women’s tennis’ Jefferson Hammond and men’s golf’s Bill Montigel earned MWC Coach of the Year honors. TCU baseball climbed as high as No. 10 in the nation, according to Baseball America, for the program’s highest-ever ranking. The Frogs compiled 40 wins for the third-straight year. Additionally, TCU earned its sixth consecutive trip to the NCAA Regionals, but this time as a No. 1 seed and host of the Fort Worth Regional. Advancing to the program’s first Super Regional, the Frogs extended the series with No. 1 overall seed Texas to an elimination game. Sophomore men’s golfer Tom Hoge provided drama at the MWC tournament, rallying from eight strokes down with five holes to play to

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force a playoff. With three birdies and a par, the Frogs won the first sudden death hole to capture their first-ever MWC title. The magic didn’t stop there, as the squad finished in the top four at the Midwest Regional and qalified for the NCAA Championships. Led by Hoge’s three-under-par, third place individual finish, TCU’s highes in seven years, the team completed the tournament in ninth, the program’s best showing in 12 years. The No. 29 women’s tennis squad captured their second MWC Championship in four years in the league. The Frogs went 10-1 against conference foes and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championships. Junior Nina Munch-Soegaard garnered AllAmerica status after claiming a top-16 seed in the NCAA Singles Championships, while seniors Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championships for the secondstraight season. The No. 38 men’s tennis team clinched the MWC regular-season crown for the second year in a row and third time in four seasons. The team posted a league-high five allconference selections and earned a trip to the NCAA Championships for the 18th time in 19 years.

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FALL 2009 TCU football earned a trip to its first BCS appearance, finishing the season at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The 12-1 Horned Frogs reached 12 victories for the second time in their 114-year history. TCU won the Mountain West Conference Championship for the first time since 2005. Ranked as high as No. 3 in the country, TCU enjoyed a 14-game winning streak, tying a school record. Twenty-one TCU football players earned postseason honors in 2009, including seven All-Americans. In the classroom, the American Football Coaches Association recognized TCU for graduating 75 percent or more of its student-athletes. Head coach Gary Patterson received National Coach of the Year accolades from the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, Sporting News and Liberty Mutual in addition to being named the recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award, Bobby Dodd Award, George Munger Award and Woody Hayes Award.

ESPN’s College GameDay made its first-ever appearance on the TCU campus, hosting the popular morning show prior to the Frogs’ 55-28 win over Utah. TCU also defeated BYU when the show was hosted in Provo, Utah, on Oct. 24. The TCU volleyball team made history by earning its first-ever bid into the NCAA tournament. The Horned Frogs, who swept Rice in the first round of the NCAA tournament, established a new school record for wins in a season with a 27-6 overall record. Four Frogs were named All-Mountain West Conference, while the team earned seven Player of the Week honors over the course of the season. The TCU women’s soccer reached a program-high No. 26 national ranking and climbed as high as No. 4 in the Pacific Region. The Frogs qualified for the Mountain West Conference tournament for the thirdstraight season and produced a National Player of the Year finalist.

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E XPLO R I N G TC U Texas Christian University is forging into all-new frontiers today—the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 15:1 studentto-teacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isn’t just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU each year, it’s what they work toward every day.

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This is TCU TCU Campus Breakdown AddRan College of LIBERAL ARTS Aerospace Studies Anthropology Asian Studies* British & Colonial/Post-Colonial Studies* Classical Studies* Criminal Justice Economics English Geography History Military Science Modern Language Studies • French studies • German studies • Italian studies • Japanese studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Track Pre-Major Track Religion Sociology Spanish and Hispanic Studies Women’s Studies* Neeley School of Business Business • Accounting# • Electronic Business • Entrepreneurial Management# • Finance# • Marketing# • Supply & Value Chain Mgmt. General Business* College of Science & Engineering Astronomy Biology Chemistry Child Development Computer Information Technology Computer Science Engineering • Electrical • Mechanical Environmental Earth Resources Environmental Science Geology Health Care Ethics Mathematics Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences • Coordinated Program In Dietetics • Nutrition • Food Management Physics Pre-Health Professions Track • Pre-Dentistry • Pre-Medicine • Pre-Optometry • Pre-Pharmacy • Pre-Podiatry • Pre-Veterinary Psychology Ranch Management

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College of Communication Broadcast Journalism Communication Studies International Communications • News Editorial • Global Adv./Public Relations News Editorial • Newspaper/Magazine • Periodical Design • Photojournalism Film/Television/Digital Media Strategic Communications College of Fine Arts Art Administration* Art Education Art History Classical and Contemporary Dance Fashion Merchandising Graphic Design Interior Design Music • Church Music • Music Education • Orchestra Instraments • Organ • Opera • Performance • Piano • Piano Pedagogy • Voice Presentation* Studio Art Theatre • Acting • Design • Directing • Make-Up and Hair • Musical Theatre • Stagecraft College of Education Education • Early Childhood Education • Middle School Education • Secondary Education Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Health and Fitness Movement Science Nursing Physical Education Psychosocial Kinesiology Social Work Speech-Language Pathology

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HEAD OF THE CLASS Before practice, the training room and dual meets, there are the books. Up early and up late, TCU student-athletes strive for excellence in the classroom, just as they do on the playing field. In the Spring of 2009, Horned Frog student-athletes notched a departmental cumulative grade point average of 2.957, which is the highest since tracking began in the Fall of 1998. TCU men’s tennis received the ITA’s prestigious All-Academic Team Award for the first time in program history last summer after exceeding the minimum cumulative team grade-point average requirement of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) during the fall 2008 and spring 2009 semesters. Three Frogs were named ITA Scholar-Athletes for posting GPAs of 3.5 or better in Kelubia Mabatah (below left), Cameron Nash (below center) and Zach Nichols (below right). Nash and Mabatah also earned Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete Awards (3.5 GPA or better), while Nichols and Christopher Price garnered Academic All-MWC mention (3.0 GPA or better). During the Fall of 2009, the team’s 3.3 cumulative GPA ranked third-best among TCU’s 19 athletic programs.

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ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER

The newest addition to TCU’s academic support services is the Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, part of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex attached to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The new facility features seven individual tutor rooms and a spacious computer lab (above right) with 32 deskop machines, in addition to a 120-seat educational learning center featuring the latest technology and teaching tools. The Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center pairs with the Davis Academic Learning Center (below), located in the Justin Center, to give TCU one of the finest sets of academic facilities in the nation. Included among a five-person TCU Academic Services staff is assistant director Judy Golden (above left), who helps assist Frog tennis players in their academic pursuits.

ABOUT ACADEMIC SERVICES The Athletic Academic Services Office (AASO), located in the Davis Academic Learning Center and the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, offers exceptional academic support services for all Horned Frog student-athletes. The AASO is client-centered in its objectives and goals as it provides an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Life Skills programming ensures that student-athletes receive a well-rounded academic experience and are prepared for the challenges after TCU. In addition to five full-time staff members, the AASO also utilizes the help of two graduate assistants and five undergrad student workers in addition to a pool of 50-plus tutors who provide at least 200 weekly sessions.

TCU GRADUATES TCU makes graduating its student-athletes a priority. Included among the list of graduates during head coach Dave Boreli’s tenure are five Horned Frog award winners: Chris Biro (2007 All-MWC Singles Team), Cosmin Cotet, (2008 MWC Player of the Year), Jordan Freitas (2006 Doubles All-American), Robert Gallman (two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete Award) and Andre Ulrich (2004 ITA AllAcademic Team). Cotet (right) received his degree in communications at the end of the Fall 2008 semester.

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W H AT ’S N E W AT T C U In recent years, Texas Christian University has invested more than $500 million in new facilities and upgrades to campus classrooms, laboratories and residence halls. The individual projects have radically changed the face of the TCU campus, and further advances continue today. Individual projects recently completed include the construction of the new Brown-Lupton University Union, TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls. In all, nine new facilities have been added to the campus landscape over the last two years alone.

BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms.

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This is TCU TCU BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE The new 34,000-square-foot facility was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates as the university’s bookstore. Students can now study and meet classmates in the Starbucks lounge or purchase TCU gear across the street from campus. The bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. The new bookstore includes expanded book sales and retail space, a lounge, reading areas, a mezzanine for textbooks, study areas and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.

J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION EDUCATION COMPLEX Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story, 23,000 square-foot addition, named Betsy and Steve Palko Hall, was completed in summer 2007. The Bailey Building, constructed in 1914, was originally the home of Brite College of the Bible. It was named for West Texas pioneers Mary Ann and Robert Bailey.

RESIDENCE HALLS Four new residence halls, totaling approximately 220,000 square feet, have been added to the grounds of TCU’s campus. The TCU student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kellye Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter Hall, the two northern-most buildings, were completed in summer 2007. Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall, TCU’s most recent additions, were completed in 2008.

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HEART OF THE METROPLEX Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exude a prop-your-feet-up-and-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boasts a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

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This is TCU DFW QUICK FACTS • Fort Worth ranks No. 1 among fastest growing cities in Texas; 18th nationally (ranked by CNNmoney.com). • There are four professional sports teams in DFW (Cowboys, Mavericks, Rangers and Stars). • Fort Worth is also home to minor league baseball’s Fort Worth Cats. • There are 21 malls in DFW. • There are 13 movie theaters in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. • There are more than 350 restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. • An average of 1,150 commercial flights fly in and out of DFW International Airport on a daily basis (to at least 85 cities a day). • There are 22 airlines that fly in and out of DFW Airport. • There are approximately 1,500 churches in Dallas/Fort Worth. • Dallas/Fort Worth is made up of 12 counties (TCU is located in Tarrant County). • The Metroplex’s total population of nearly 6.1 million residents ranks No. 4 among the top metropolitan areas in the United States. • There are just under 600,000 people living in Fort Worth. • The land area of Fort Worth is 293 square miles. • Approximately 7.5 million people visit Fort Worth each year, bringing $900 million to the local economy. • Fort Worth is home to Billy Bob’s, the largest honky-tonk in the world. The inside of this landmark is three acres.

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This is TCU DR. VICTOR

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SEVENTH YEAR AT TCU Working to Provide a World-Class, Values-Centered University Experience As Chancellor of Texas Christian University since 2003, Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: providing a world-class, values-centered university experience for TCU’s almost 9,000 students. Reflecting his background in higher education administration and the familiarity with undergraduates that comes from teaching a class in the College of Education each year, Chancellor Boschini knows it’s a 24/7 world for this generation of Horned Frogs. And he’s determined that TCU maximizes all the opportunities for learning. That’s why the new Campus Commons is open day and night. With four residence halls, the Brown-Lupton University Union, and soon-to be-completed Scharbauer Hall, an academic facility, the Commons is becoming the center of a vibrant social, cultural and intellectual life for students, faculty and staff. The Campus Commons concept grew from Vision in Action, a major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCU’s 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action are 10 new living/learning facilities opened in recent years; significant increases in scholarships and financial aid funds; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, resulting in a low 15:1 student/faculty ratio; several endowed chairs and professorships; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College. Underwriting these achievements is The Campaign for TCU, which has raised more than $203 million, 81 percent of its $250 million goal. Chancellor Boschini maintains a high profile in the world of higher education. Last year, as chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), he advocated for 1,000 independent colleges and universities across the nation. As past chair, he continues his work for NAICU, which is often described as “the voice of private higher education.” Chancellor Boschini is also past chair of the Mountain West Conference’s Executive Board and is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT). In spite of these responsibilities, the Chancellor teaches an honors course, A New Paradigm for Leadership, in the College of Education. It’s a natural fit since he not only holds the rank of professor of education, but also brings an extensive background in higher education administration to the classroom. Since TCU is Fort Worth’s “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation. Chancellor Boschini and his wife Megan have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, a 2009 graduate, and Mary, a sophomore. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School.

TCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Chairman_ ___________________ J. Luther King, Jr. Vice Chairman__________Clarence Scharbauer III Secretary_ ___________________ Karen M. Baker Treasurer__________________ Brian G. Gutierrez Term Expires Spring 2010 Allie Beth Allman (Dallas) Brenda A. Cline (Fort Worth) Ronald W. Clinkscale (Fort Worth) Lou Hill Davidson (Washington, DC) Mark L. Johnson (Fort Worth) J. Roger King (Fort Worth) Jerry J. Ray (Austin) Roy C. Snodgrass III (Austin) William E. Steele III (Fort Worth) J. Roger Williams (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2011 J. Kelly Cox (Midland) Alan D. Friedman (Dallas) Ann M. Jones (Albany) Mary Ralph Lowe (Fort Worth) Matthew K. Rose (Fort Worth) Patricia Penrose Schieffer (Washington, DC) F. Howard Walsh, Jr. (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2012 Robert A. Buschman (San Antonio) Marcia Fuller French (Fort Worth) Rafael G. Garza (Fort Worth) Charlie L. Geren (Fort Worth) Nick A. Giachino (Chicago, IL) J. Luther King, Jr. (Dallas) G. Malcolm Louden (Fort Worth) Kit Tennison Moncrief (Fort Worth) Roger A. Ramsey (Houston) Trevor D. Rees-Jones (Dallas) Amy E. Roach (Fort Worth) Joan G. Rogers (Fort Worth) Edgar H. Schollmaier (Fort Worth) Rick L Wittenbraker (Houston) Kimbell Fortson Wynne (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2013 Peter L. Bermont (Miami, FL) John F. Davis III (Dallas) A.R. “Buddy” Dike (Fort Worth) Kenneth J. Huffman (Newtown, PA) Bruce W. Hunt (Dallas) Ronald C. Parker (Dallas) Billy Rosenthal (Fort Worth) Clarence Scharbauer III (Midland) Duer Wagner III (Dallas/Fort Worth) Lissa N. Wagner (Midland) Robert J. Wright (Dallas) Ex-Officio Members Dani L. Cartwright, Regional Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest (Fort Worth) Christopher D. Curtis, President, TCU Alumni Association (Flower Mound) Colby D. Siratt, Alumni Association Representative (Fort Worth) John Wooldridge, Alumni Association Representative (Houston)

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D E L C O NTE

BABB

DAVIS ASSOCIATE A.D.

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

11th year at TCU

FIRST YEAR AT TCU

Supporting student-athletes, first and foremost, both academically and athletically.

Chris Del Conte was appointed the new athletics director at TCU on Oct. 22, 2009. Del Conte, who has 19 years of professional experience in intercollegiate athletics, is the seventh athletics director in TCU history.

BAILEY

ROSS ASSOCIATE A.D.

During his tenure as athletics director at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs, 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which has raised over $90 million to date. He secured significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on student-athlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of student-athletes.

32nd year at TCU

HATCHER

“We conducted a thorough national search, reviewed numerous résumés and ultimately found a stellar professional with the expertise and background to continue guiding our athletic program toward excellence,” said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. “Christopher has extensive experience and proven ability in collegiate athletics and academic administration. He has successfully served in leadership positions in athletic programs throughout the country and guided the development of strategic partnerships, negotiated and managed key contracts, advanced student-athlete academic achievement, and ensured that athletics remained integrated with the strategic direction of each university he served.” “I am thrilled to be appointed TCU’s athletics director,” said Del Conte. “Athletics plays a vital role in the entire university experience and as such, it must remain an integral part of TCU’s strategic direction. Doing so enhances and supports not only the student-athlete experience but also the collegiate experience of all TCU students. This program enjoys invaluable community involvement and support, has a history of excellence steeped in tradition and continues building its reputation on a national level. I look forward to carrying forward the great momentum that is clearly visible throughout the TCU athletic program.”

RHONDA FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE

20th year at TCU 11th year as FAR

JACK

HESSELBROCK ASSOCIATE A.D.

22nd year at TCU

Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs for the University of Arizona in Tucson. In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer for the department; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction.

JOHNSON

KIM ASSOCIATE A.D./ SWA

He has served on various professional committees and associations including the Division 1A Directors’ Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development.

Second year at TCU

Del Conte received a bachelor’s of arts degree in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a master’s of education, administration and supervision, from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Del Conte is married to Dr. Robin Ward and has two children, ages 8 and 7.

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SCOTT ASSOCIATE A.D.

Fifth year at TCU

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MEDIA INFO Media Information

The 2010 TCU men’s tennis media guide has been written to provide members of the media with statistics and information needed to adequately cover the Horned Frogs throughout the season. If this publication does not answer your questions or you need further assistance, please contact Andy Anderson in the TCU Athletics Media Relations office at (817) 257-5367. TCU looks foward to serving members of the media covering the Frogs during the 2010 season. If you will be attending a match at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, please take a moment to read the items of media interest appearing below.

Mark Cohen

STATISTICAL SERVICES AND LIVE SCORING: Match statistics and results will be emailed back to the media relations office of visiting teams at the conclusion of the match. If no media relations representative is traveling with the visiting team, arrangements should be made in advance for additional services to be provided in his/ her absense. Results will be faxed to visiting SIDs by request only. Live scoring of all home matches is also available on TCU’s official athletics Web site, www.GoFrogs.com.

Andy Anderson

POST-MATCH AND OTHER INTERVIEWS: Interviews will be available following the match after a 10-minute cooling off period. Media wishing to interview coaches or any players other than on match days are required to set up interviews through Andy Anderson in the TCU Athletics Media Relations office. WEB SITE: All TCU men’s tennis information is available on the Web at the official home of TCU athletics, www.GoFrogs.com. All statistical information, along with an archive of the entire season’s game stories, game notes and press releases, can be found there. Live scoring is also available during all home matches on the Web.

Director

Football Women’s Golf

Assistant Director

Women’s Basketball Men’s Tennis

Joe Monaco Men’s Basketball Men’s Golf

Assistant Director

Brandie Davidson Volleyball Baseball

Matt Hoover

Assistant

Coordinator

Soccer Track and Field/Cross Country Equestrian

Jaime Handy

Graduate Assistant

Swimming and Diving Women’s Tennis

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PRINT MEDIA Fort Worth Star-Telegram 400 W. 7th Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Phone: (817) 390-7760 Fax: (817) 390-7210

TELEVISION KDFW-TV (FOX–Channel 4) 400 N. Griffin Dallas, Texas 75202 Phone: (214) 720-3155 Fax: (214) 720-3263

KTVT-TV (CBS–Channel 11) 5233 Bridge Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 Phone: (817) 451-1111 Fax: (817) 509-1063

RADIO TCU/ISP Sports Network TCU Box 297600 Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Phone: (817) 257-5462 Fax: (817) 257-7964

The Dallas Morning News Communications Center Dallas, Texas 75265 Phone: (214) 977-8444 Fax: (214) 651-0580

KXAS-TV (NBC–Channel 5) 3900 Barnett Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 Phone: (817) 654-6321 Fax: (817) 654-6354

FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST 100 East Royal Lane, Suite 200 Irving, Texas 75039 Phone: (972) 868-1436 Fax: (972) 868-1678

KESN (103.3 FM) 2221 E. Lamar Blvd. Suite 300 Arlington, Texas 76006 Phone: (817) 695-1820 Fax: (817) 695-3505

TCU Daily Skiff TCU Box 298050 Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Phone: (817) 257-7428 Fax: (817) 257-7133

WFAA-TV (ABC–Channel 8) 606 Young Dallas, Texas 75202 Phone: (214) 748-9631 Fax: (214) 977-6522

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HOME SWEET HOME Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Home of the TCU Men’s Tennis Program

The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bernard J. “Tut” Bartzen Varsity Courts is considered one of the finest facilities in collegiate athletics. Completed in 1976 at a cost of more than $2 million, the home of the TCU men’s tennis program is located on the southwest corner of the TCU campus and features an indoor and outdoor tennis complex. The TCU tennis complex would not have been made possible had it not been for The Friedman Center, which was named after the late Bayard H. Friedman. The namesake of the TCU tennis complex served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees at TCU as well as served as the former mayor of Fort Worth. The Pro-Shop in the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center underwent a complete renovation in Fall 2009, compliments of the Mary Potishman Lard Endowment.

27 Total Courts | Five Indoor Courts Six Stadium Courts - 1,500 Seating Capacity


2010 TCU MEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE JANUARY 24 10 a.m. vs. Texas-Pan American 4 p.m. at UT Arlington

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

29 30

10 a.m. TBD

ITA Indoor Team Regionals Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Baylor or Iowa

19 20 26

2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

FEBRUARY Texas Tech Wichita State Texas A&M

5 11 16 17 18 24 27 28

MARCH 6 p.m. Tulsa 1 p.m. Oklahoma 2 p.m. Columbia 6 p.m. Baylor 6 p.m. Sacramento State 5 p.m. SMU 1 p.m. Rice Noon Fresno State

Waco, Texas Waco, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas College Station, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Waco, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

2 4 8 10 16 18

APRIL 10 a.m. UNLV 1 p.m. San Diego State 6 p.m. Utah Noon BYU 10 a.m. Air Force TBD New Mexico

Las Vegas, Nev. San Diego, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Albuquerque, N.M.

CHAMPIONSHIPS April 27 - May 1 MWC Championships May 14 - 16 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds May 21 - 31 NCAA Championships * Denotes MWC match All Times Are Central Home Matches are in BOLD

Las Vegas, Nev. TBD Athens, Ga.


2010 TCU Men's Tennis Media Guide