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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Team Roster/Schedule

2012 Bruins — Front Row (L-R): Nick Meister, Clay Thompson, Adrien Puget, Warren Hardie, Alex Brigham. Middle Row (L-R): Head Coach Billy Martin, Team Manager David Vu, Michael Hui, Marcos Giron, Ryoto Tachi, Maxime Tabatruong, Evan Lee, Team Manager Raymond Ajoc, Volunteer Assistant Coach Amit Inbar, Assistant Coach Kris Kwinta. Back Row (L-R): Evan Teufel, Colin Dresser, Jeff Gast, Brendan Wee, Maik Ulrich, Dennis Mkrtchian. 2012 ROSTER Name Alex Brigham Colin Dresser Jeff Gast Marcos Giron Warren Hardie Michael Hui Evan Lee Nick Meister Dennis Mkrtchian Adrien Puget Maxime Tabatruong Ryoto Tachi Clay Thompson Maik Ulrich Brendan Wee

2012 DUAL MATCH SCHEDULE Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-7 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-8 6-6 6-2 6-1

Yr. RJr. RFr. RSr. Fr. Jr. Jr. RJr. RSr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. RFr.

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

Hometown (Previous School) Culver City, CA (Pacifica Christian) Bellevue, WA (Bellevue) Saratoga, CA (Saratoga) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks) Laguna Niguel, CA (Penn State) Oakland, CA (Berkeley) Los Angeles, CA (Windward) Trabuco Canyon, CA (Tesoro) Reseda, CA (Sherman Oaks CES) Le Haillan, France (Hector Berlioz) Paris, France (CNED) Tokyo, Japan (Laurel Springs) Venice Beach, CA (Crossroads) Dresden, Germany (Sport Gymnasium Dresden) Alamo, CA (Monte Vista)

Head Coach: Billy Martin (19th Season / Redlands ‘ 89) Assistant Coach: Krzysztof Kwinta (5th Season / UCLA ‘07) Director of Tennis Operations: Grant Chen (4th Season / UCLA ‘06) Team Managers: Raymond Ajoc, David Vu, Evan Teufel

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Marcos Giron Michael Hui Dennis Mkrtchian Adrien Puget Maxime Tabatruong Maik Ulrich

Gee-Roan Huey Ma-kir-chee-an Poo-JAY Max-eem TabaTRONG Mike

Date

Opponent

Site

1/20 1/24 1/28 1/29 2/3 2/4 2/9 2/14 2/17-20 2/25 2/29 3/10 3/14 3/27 3/30 3/31 4/6 4/8 4/13 4/14 4/20

BYU UC IRVINE Alabama# Fresno St.# @ Cal @ Stanford SDSU PEPPERDINE @ Team Indoors ST. MARY’S USC HAWAI’I BAYLOR LMU @ Oregon* @ Washington* @ Arizona* @ Utah* STANFORD* CAL* @ USC*

LATC LATC LATC LATC Berkeley, CA Stanford, CA LATC LATC Charlottesville, VA LATC LATC LATC LATC LATC Eugene, OR Seattle, WA Tucson, AZ Salt Lake City, UT LATC LATC Los Angeles, CA

4/26-29 5/12-13 5/18-22 5/23-28

@ Pac-12 Championships (Ojai, CA) NCAA Regionals (TBA) NCAA Team Championships (Athens, GA) NCAA Individual Championships (Athens, GA)

Home matches in BOLD CAPS LATC - Los Angeles Tennis Center # - USTA/ITA Indoor Qualifying * - Pac-12 Conference Matches

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Time 2:00 PM 2:00 PM Noon TBD 1:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM TBA 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 11:00 AM 1:30 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Staff Biographies

BILLY MARTIN Head Coach 19th Season Univ. of Redlands ‘89

Head coach Billy Martin, who recently captured his 400th career coaching victory in 2011, takes an overall record of 401-86 (.823) into his 19th season at the helm of the UCLA men’s tennis program. The 2012 season marks Martin’s 29th year on staff, as he served as an assistant coach for 10 years prior to taking over for Glenn Bassett in 1994. He is only the fourth head coach in UCLA tennis history, following legends Bill Ackerman (1921-50), J.D. Morgan (1951-66) and Bassett (1967-93). Only three active coaches at UCLA have served longer at their current positions, as Martin follows Al Scates (men’s volleyball - 50 years), Cyndi Gallagher (women’s swimming - 23 years) and Valorie Kondos Field (women’s gymnastics - 22 years ). Perhaps the most amazing accomplishment in Martin’s career is his ability to get the best out of his players each and every year, as in 18 seasons as head coach, only once has he had a team finish out of the top 5 at the season-ending NCAA Championships. Martin’s finest season at UCLA came in 2005 when he led the squad to its first NCAA title since 1984. UCLA’s 4-3 come-from-behind victory over topseeded and undefeated Baylor that year marked the Bruins’ 16th NCAA Championship in men’s tennis and the school’s 97th NCAA title overall. The win snapped Baylor’s 57-match winning streak, the second longest in NCAA history. It also avenged the team’s 4-0 loss to the Bears in the 2004 NCAA Final. In addition to the team’s dramatic run to the title in 2005, Martin has had several near misses at the NCAA Championships. In just his third season as head coach in 1996, Martin led an undefeated Bruin squad to the NCAA Final, suffering a heartbreaking loss to Pac-10 rival Stanford in the title match. It marked the team’s only loss of the year, as the Bruins finished 27-1 overall. For his efforts, Martin was named the 1996 ITA National Coach of the Year. UCLA reached the NCAA Final again three years later, this time falling to Georgia, 4-3 at the 1999

Championships in Athens, Ga. Martin’s other appearance in the title match came in 2004, as he led the fourth-seeded Bruins to the NCAA Final following a 4-2 upset over top-seeded Illinois in the semifinals. That win snapped the Fighting Illini’s 64-match winning streak, a streak that still stands as the longest in NCAA history. Although the Bruins would go on to lose to Baylor in the final that year, the loss paved the way for UCLA’s title run the following season. Another significant highlight in Martin’s career is his outstanding success in the highly-competitive Pac-10 Conference, where he owns a 111-24 record heading into the 2012 season. Under Martin’s direction, UCLA has captured nine conference titles, including four in a row from 2004-07. He was named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year in 1996 after leading the team to a perfect 10-0 record in conference play. UCLA has never finished out of the top 3 in the Pac-10 standings during Martin’s tenure. In addition to his numerous team accomplishments, Martin takes great pride in helping his players achieve their individual goals as well. In 2006, he helped Benjamin Kohlloeffel become the 10th player in school history to capture the NCAA Singles Championship. Kohlloeffel notched a straight-set win over Virginia’s Somdev Devvarman in the title match that year, becoming the first Bruin player since Martin in 1975 to win the title. Kohlloeffel’s victory put his coach in an elite category, as Martin joined Georgia’s Manny Diaz as the only other active head coach to earn the career “triple crown” by leading their schools to three different titles at the NCAA Championships (team, singles and doubles). Martin’s doubles title came when he coached Justin Gimelstob and Srdjan Muskatirovic to the championship in 1995. In all, a total of 19 players have achieved All-America status under Martin’s direction. Inducted into the ITA Tennis Hall of Fame in 1996, Martin’s playing career is full of highlights. To this very day he is still regarded as one of the best junior players in the history of the sport. He captured the 1973 and ’74 singles titles at Junior Wimbledon, the Junior U.S. Open and Junior Orange Bowl tournaments. Inside Tennis Magazine recently ran an article that named him “Junior Player of the Century.” Due to his tremendous success as a junior player while growing up in Illinois, Martin was inducted into the USTA Midwest Section Hall of

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Under Martin’s direction, UCLA captured the 2005 NCAA Championship in College Station, Texas.

Fame in December of 2010. He was also inducted into the Southern California Tennis Association Hall of Fame in August of 2011. Although Martin played just one season at UCLA before turning pro, the 1975 season was a special one, as he guided the team to a perfect 19-0 dualmatch record en route to an NCAA team championship during his freshman year. After capturing the 1975 NCAA singles championship, Martin turned professional and enjoyed a fine career. He reached the Wimbledon singles quarterfinals in 1977 and was selected Rookie of the Year in his first professional season. Martin defeated top pros such as Ken Rosewall (twice), Stan Smith, John Newcombe, Roscoe Tanner and Harold Soloman. In 1975 he won the Arkansas International singles title. He also won doubles championships in 1977, ’79 and ’81 in Laguna Niguel, CA, Brussels, Belgium and Bristol, England, respectively. Martin attended UCLA for three years, working on his undergraduate studies before completing his bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Redlands in 1989. He earned his MBA from USC in 1991. During the summer, Martin runs the Bassett-Martin Tennis Camp, one of the country’s most successful camps for youngsters. Martin also directs the UCLA Summer Tennis Camps held on the UCLA campus. Martin and his wife, Justine, have two children, William and Travis.


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Staff Biographies

KRIS KWINTA Assistant Coach Fifth Season UCLA ‘07

Former Bruin All-American Kris Kwinta begins his fifth season as head coach Billy Martin’s assistant. Prior to taking the job at the beginning of the 2008 season, Kwinta was an undergraduate assistant coach while finishing up his degree in Political Science. Kwinta was been instrumental in the team’s success the last several years, helping coach Martin in all facets of the program, including player development and recruiting. The Bruins have finished

in the top 5 at the NCAA Championships in three of Kwinta’s four seasons. He was recently recognized for his efforts by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA), which named him the 2010 Assistant Coach of the Year for the Southwest Region. A letterman at UCLA from 2004-2005, Kwinta is best known for winning the deciding singles match in the Bruins’ 4-3 upset over top-seeded Baylor in the 2005 NCAA Final. With the match tied at 3-3, his victory over Lars Poerschke at No. 3 singles clinched UCLA’s first NCAA title in men’s tennis since 1984. Kwinta would go on to earn all-tournament honors that season. During his two seasons in Westwood, Kwinta owned a career singles record of 59-22 and a career doubles mark of

GRANT CHEN Director of Tennis Operations Fourth Season UCLA ‘06

Grant Chen enters his fourth season as Director of Tennis Operations at UCLA. His current responsibilities include overseeing and assisting with all facets of both the men’s and women’s programs.

Chen, who graduated from UCLA in 2006 with a degree in sociology, served as the team manager for the men’s tennis team from 20012006. Upon graduation, he assumed the role of Director of Tennis Operations, however left after one season to pursue other goals. During his time away from UCLA, Chen worked in sports management, assisting with a handful of prominent local tennis professionals in the Los Angeles Area. Chen served as head coach of the UCLA Club Tennis Team from 2007-10. He coached the team to a pair of Southern California Regional Championships in 2007 and 2008, including

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62-24. He earned All-America honors in doubles in 2004 after he and partner Alberto Francis finished the year ranked No. 7 in the country. The duo went 33-15 that season, earning Pac-10 Doubles Team of the Year honors. Kwinta also finished the season ranked No. 94 in singles in the Final ITA Rankings. Kwinta followed up his 2004 success with another impressive season in 2005. He posted a 26-9 overall singles record, including a 29-9 mark in doubles play. He was named an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection that year, finishing the season listed at No. 65 in singles and No. 20 in doubles (W/Francis) in the Final ITA Rankings. A former member of the Polish National Team, Kwinta was ranked as high as No. 2 in singles and No. 1 in doubles in the Polish Junior Rankings. He has represented Poland at the Davis Cup in doubles, teaming with former Bruin Marcin Matkowski. Kwinta is a native of Poznan, Poland.

a third-place national finish in 2010. Chen was a member of the club tennis team from 2005-2006, winning both the Fall and Spring Intramural events at UCLA while leading the team to a regional title and a top 5 finish at nationals. Prior to college, Chen was captain of the Dos Pueblos High School tennis team in Santa Barbara where he won the Channel League doubles title as a junior and was a singles finalist his senior year. He graduated with multiple MVP, All-Channel League and All-CIF honors. For the past 10 years, Chen has also assisted coach Billy Martin with his winter and summer UCLA Tennis Camps, along with the Bassett/ Martin Tennis Camp in Big Bear, Calif. The Santa Barbara native is an avid golfer who currently resides in Brentwood, California.


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Alex BRIGHAM Redshirt Junior  6-0  Right-Handed Culver City, Calif. Pacifica Christian High School Career Singles Record Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals 4-4 6-2 10-6

Career Doubles Record Tournaments Redshirted the season 11-6 7-6 18-12

Overall 15-10 13-8 28-18

Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals 9-4 11-11 20-15

Tournaments Redshirted the season 2-7 4-4 6-11

Overall 11-11 15-15 26-26

Fall 2011 Recorded a 6-6 record in fall singles play … Was also 7-5 in doubles action … Debuted at No. 8 in the Preseason ITA Doubles Rankings with Adrien Puget … Reached the final in both singles and doubles (w/Dennis Mkrtchian) at the Gael Tennis Classic in Moraga, Calif. … Semifinalist in singles and finalist in doubles (w/Clay Thompson) at the Southern California Intercollegiates at UCLA.

2010-11 Posted a 13-8 overall singles record … Was 6-2 in dual matches … Played primarily at the No. 6 position … Also won two matches at the No. 5 spot … Lone ranked singles win came over 88th-ranked Patrick Kawka of BYU, 6-4, 6-1 in a dual match on Jan. 21 … Contributed significantly in doubles, ending the season ranked No. 34 nationally with Adrien Puget … Also ranked for several weeks with Amit Inbar … Owned a 15-15 overall doubles record while playing with five different partners … Participated in the NCAA Doubles Championships (w/Puget), falling in the first round to Michigan's Jason Jung and Evan King, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 … Posted a 4-4 overall singles record and a 2-2 overall doubles record in fall action … Advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles (w/Daniel Kosakowski) and the round of 16 in singles at the Southern California Intercollegiates at UCLA … Also won two rounds of pre-qualifying for the D’Novo/ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla.

2009-10 Ended the season with a 15-10 overall singles record … Was 11-11 in doubles … Advanced to the singles final of the Invitational Draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. … Fell to USC’s J.T. Sundling, 7-5, 7-6(4) in the title match … Posted a 4-4 record in dual matches playing mostly at the No. 6 position … Teamed with Holden Seguso in doubles, going 9-6 overall and 8-5 in dual matches … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the main doubles draw (w/Seguso) at the Pac-10 Championships … Reached the consolation singles final at the ITA Southwest Regional Championships at Pepperdine, falling to USC's Daniel Nguyen … Won two matches to qualify for the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships at UCLA … Went on to win two main draw matches to reach the quarterfinals … Defeated Azusa-Pacific's Mathias Weber, 6-1, 6-3 in the opening round … Also upset teammate No. 57 Nick Meister, 7-6, 6-3 in the round of 16 … Fell to Daniel Nguyen of USC, 6-2, 6-3 in the quarters … Also teamed with Ahmed Ismail to reach the quarterfinals in doubles at the Southern California Intercollegiates.

2008-09 Redshirted the season.

High School/Juniors Listed as a four-star recruit (#26 overall) in the class of 2008 according to TennisRecruiting.net … Also listed as the No. 8 overall recruit in California … Singles finalist in the CIF Southern Section Championships in 2007 … Also a singles semifinalist in the CIF draw at the Ojai Valley Tennis Championships … Listed in the top 50 nationally in the 2008 USTA Boys’ 18 Singles Rankings … Reached the second round of singles at the USTA Nationals (Kalamazoo), the Easter Bowl and USTA International Spring Championships in 2008 … Singles quarterfinalist at the 2008 USTA Spring National Championships … Advanced to the round of 16 in singles at the 2008 Southern California Junior Sectionals … Also reached the doubles final at the 2008 Sectionals with partner Walker Kehrer … Captured the singles title at the 2008 Emse Pearson Memorial Tournament in San Diego, defeating ninth-ranked J.T. Sundling, 6-4, 6-3 … Attended Pacifica Christian High School in Santa Monica, Calif.

Personal Full name is Alexander Madison Brigham … Born April 25, 1990 in Santa Monica, Calif. … Parents are Alfonso and Ramona Brigham … Older brother is Alfonso Jr. … Admires Michael Jordan and Rodger Federer … Likes to play basketball and read in his spare time … Majoring in History.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Colin DRESSER Redshirt Freshman  6-0  Right-Handed Bellevue, Wash. Bellevue High School Career Singles Record Year 2010-11

Duals

Career Doubles Record Tournaments Redshirted the season

Fall 2011

Overall

Year 2010-11

Duals

Tournaments Redshirted the season

Overall

Brookhaven Tennis Academy (Dallas, TX) and the Seattle Tennis Club … Also lettered for two seasons on the Bellevue High School basketball team … Helped the team finish third in the state as a junior and seventh as a senior … Played shooting guard.

Did not compete.

2010-11

Personal

Did not appear in any matches … Redshirted the season.

Full name is Colin James Dresser … Born on February 7, 1992 in Seattle, Wash. … Parents are William and Annette Dresser … Mother played tennis at UC Santa Barbara … Younger brother’s name is Ryan … Enjoys participating in water sports … Also likes traveling.

High School / Juniors Played two years of tennis at Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Wash. … Placed fourth in the state in doubles … Also helped Bellevue to a third-place finish in the state team tournament … First-team All-KingCo League selection … Trained at both the

GRANT-IN-AID DONORS GR The UUCLA men’s tennis team would like to thank the Bruin Racqueteers for their continued dedication in help helping make UCLA one of the premier tennis programs in the nation. The Bruins would also like to recognize the following individuals who have endowed scholarships for the 2011-12 season: recogn

Gle Bassett, The Bob Garrow Family, The Larry Greiner Family, Jay Jackson, Glenn JJoel Hein Memorial, Steve & Ellen Jackson, The William Martin Memorial.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Jeff GAST Redshirt Senior  6-3  Right-Handed Saratoga, Calif. Saratoga High School Career Singles Record Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals -

Career Doubles Record Tournaments Redshirted the season 1-1 3-6 2-4 6-11

Overall 1-1 3-6 2-4 6-11

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals -

Tournaments Redshirted the season 0-1 1-3 3-4 4-8

Overall 0-1 1-3 3-4 4-8

Fall 2011 Did not compete during the fall.

2010-11 Reached the round of 16 in doubles (w/Maxime Tabatruong) at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals at UC Irvine … Also teamed with Tabatruong to qualify for the main draw at the Southern California Intercollegiates … Ended the season with a 2-4 singles record and a 3-4 mark in doubles play … Played in one tournament during the spring season, defeating 61st-ranked Alex Clayton of Stanford, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(8) in a consolation match at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup.

2009-10 Advanced to the round of 16 in singles in the Invitational Draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. … Defeated Oregon’s Doug Mayeda, 6-1, 6-3 in the first round before falling to USC’s J.T. Sundling … Also teamed with Evan Lee in doubles, reaching the quarterfinals … Won two singles matches to qualify for the main draw at the Southern California Intercollegiates … Defeated LMU’s Aris Andresian and UC Riverside’s Quoc Doan … Lost in the first round to Pepperdine’s Daniel Moss … Teamed with Evan Lee in doubles at both the ITA Southwest Regional Championships and the Southern California Intercollegiates.

2008-09 Saw action only in fall play … Participated in just one tournament, going 1-1 at the ITA West-South Regional Championships at Pepperdine … Defeated UC Riverside’s Yi Chai, 6-3, 6-4 in the opening round … Also teamed with Ahmed Ismail at the Regionals, falling in the first round.

2007-08 Redshirted the season.

High School / Juniors Four-year letterwinner at Saratoga High School in Saratoga, Calif. … Played No. 1 singles as a junior and senior … Three-year team captain and team MVP … San Jose Mercury News Central Coast Section (CCS) First-Team selection … Santa Clara Valley Athletic League (SCVAL) Todd Hoo Memorial Sportsmanship Award recipient … Helped Saratoga to four straight SCVAL league championships, including a second place showing at the CIF Team Championships … Ranked as high as No. 17 nationally in the USTA Boys’ 16s division … Also ranked No. 7 in the USTA Boys’ 14s … Received the USTA NorCal Sportsmanship Award in 2002 and 2005 … Received a wild card to play in the qualifying of the ATP Tour’s SAP Open in San Jose, Calif., falling to James Auckland of Great Britain, 6-3, 6-1.

Personal Full name is Jeffrey Martin Gast … Born March 11, 1989 in West Hills, Calif. … Parents are Jim and Pat Gast … Brother’s name is Eric … Sister is Julia … Mother attended graduate school at UCLA … Enjoys playing basketball, football, and reading in his spare time … Also likes to juggle … Attended his first Grand Slam tournament at three-months of age (Roland Garros) … Admires Pete Sampras … Majoring in Applied Mathematics.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Warren HARDIE Junior  6-2  Right-Handed Laguna Niguel, Calif. Dana Hills High School / Penn State Career Singles Record Year 2009-10* 2010-11 Totals

Career Doubles Record

Duals 8-8 1-2 9-10

Tournaments 3-4 8-5 11-9

Overall 11-12 9-7 20-19

Year 2009-10* 2010-11 Totals

Duals 12-8 12-5 24-13

Tournaments 6-3 6-4 12-7

Overall 18-11 18-9 36-20

* At Penn State

Fall 2011 Posted a 5-2 record in fall singles play … Advanced to the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles (w/Dennis Mkrtchian) at the Southern California Intercollegiates at UCLA … Owned a 3-2 overall doubles record.

2010-11 Finished the season with a 9-7 overall singles record … Was 1-2 in dual-match play, appearing in all three matches at the No. 6 position … Defeated Stanford's Walker Kehrer, 6-4, 6-2 to claim the Invitational singles title at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. … Contributed significantly in doubles, ending the year ranked No. 66 nationally with Amit Inbar … The duo also climbed to a season-high No. 57 on May 2 … Reached the main draw doubles final (w/Inbar) at the Pac-10 Championships, falling to Steve Johnson and Raymond Sarmiento of USC, 6-1, 6-2 … Hardie and Inbar downed top-seeded and secondranked Bradley Klahn and Ryan Thacher, 9-7 in the semifinals … Played extensively during the fall season, advancing to the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships … Defeated 102nd-ranked J.T. Sundling of USC in the second round of singles … Was ousted by 65th-ranked Jaak Poldma of USC, 7-6, 7-5 … Teamed with Clay Thompson in doubles, going 1-1 at the event … Also competed at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regional Championships at UC Irvine.

2009-10 (at Penn State) Posted an 11-12 overall singles record as a freshman at Penn State … Went 8-8 in dual matches, playing mostly at the Nos. 3 and 4 positions … Owned an 18-11 overall doubles record … Was 12-8 in dual matches, playing a majority of the time at the No. 2 spot where he was 9-2 … Played as high as No. 1 doubles.

High School/Juniors Listed as a Five-Star recruit in the class of 2009 according to TennisRecruiting.net … Lettered four years in tennis at Dana Hills High School … Was a four-time team MVP and Scholar Athlete … Team was South Coast League Champions all four seasons … Honored as National High School All-American for 2009 … Named the 2009 Orange County Player of the Year in 2009 … Earned first team accolades in the South Coast League all four seasons … Went an impressive 40-3 his senior year … Ranked in the top 30 in the Boys’ 18 year-end national rankings.

Personal Born July 6, 1991 in Orange County, Calif. … Parents are James and Diane Hardie … Sister, Natalie, also attends UCLA … Uncle George Hardie played tennis SMU and faced UCLA head coach Billy Martin in the 1975 NCAA Singles Final … Enjoys surfing and playing all sports … Plans to major in Business Economics.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Evan LEE Redshirt Junior  5-7  Right-Handed Los Angeles, Calif. Windward School Career Singles Record Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals -

Career Doubles Record Tournaments Redshirted the season 1-6 0-5 1-11

Overall 1-6 0-5 1-11

Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals -

Tournaments Redshirted the season 1-4 0-3 1-7

Overall 1-4 0-3 1-7

Fall 2011 Reached the round of 16 in doubles (w/Michael Hui) at the Southern California Intercollegiates at UCLA, defeating UC Riverside's Kevin Griffin and Simon Peters, 8-3 in the first round … Also appeared in singles, falling to BYU's David Doehring, 6-7(5), 6-4, (10-6) in the qualifying draw.

2010-11 Saw action in both singles and doubles at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup in Thousand Oaks, Calif. … Played in just one fall tournament, seeing action at the Southern California Intercollegiates at UCLA's Los Angeles Tennis Center.

2009-10 Competed in two singles tournaments during the spring, seeing action at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup and the Pac-10 Championships … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Invitational doubles draw (w/Jeff Gast) at the Pac-10 Championships … Opened up the tournament with an 8-3 victory over Oregon’s Sho Higuchi/Mitch Somach … Saw most of his action in the fall … Defeated Azusa-Pacific’s Whitman Hough, 6-4, 7-5 in the first round of qualifying at the Southern California Intercollegiates … Also participated in the main singles draw at the ITA Southwest Regionals … Teamed with Gast in the main doubles draw at the ITA Southwest Regionals … Also paired with Gast in the qualifying draw at the Southern California Intercollegiates.

2008-09 Redshirted the season … Did not see action in any matches.

High School/Juniors Ranked as high as No. 24 in the Southern California Section (16-under) … Played No. 1 singles all four years at the Windward School in Los Angeles … Team captain his sophomore through senior years … Also a three-time Team MVP … First-team all-league selection as a freshman and sophomore … League singles champion as a freshman and sophomore … Two-time All-CIF selection … Never lost more than five matches in one season … Finished high school career with a 70-11 overall singles record … Was the only freshman in Windward’s league to play No. 1 singles in 2005 … Owns the longest winning streak in school history, winning 39 matches in a row between his sophomore and junior seasons … Was 20-0 in league play as a sophomore … Was 11-1 as a junior until having season-ending back surgery … Owned a 25-5 record as a senior … Also lettered two years in soccer.

Personal Full name is Evan Preston Lee … Born October 18, 1989 in Los Angeles …Father’s name is Myles … Mother, Elizabeth, attended medical school at UCLA and is a former top 10 tennis player in Taiwan … Older sister, Allison, attends Johns Hopkins … Admires Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, Sasha Vujacic of the New Jersey Nets and Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps … Also looks up to Matt Kemp of the Los Angeles Dodgers … Enjoys playing Rock Band and Guitar Hero in his spare time … Likes to play travel and basketball … Plays the violin, piano and guitar … Majoring in Political Science.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Nick MEISTER Redshirt Senior  5-10  Right-Handed Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Tesoro High School Career Singles Record Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11* Totals

Career Doubles Record

Duals 19-5 20-2 14-7 53-14

Tournaments Overall 11-5 30-10 6-5 26-7 10-5 24-12 6-2 6-2 33-17 86-31 * Redshirted the season

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11* Totals

Duals 14-10 14-9 17-6 45-25

Tournaments 8-4 3-3 10-3 8-3 29-13

Overall 22-14 17-12 27-9 8-3 74-38

Fall 2011

2007-08

Took the fall season off in order to compete in several futures tournaments … Captured the doubles title (w/John Peers) at a futures event in Edwardsville, Ill. in August … Also won a pair of doubles titles in Australia while pairing with former UCLA teammate Michael Look.

Led the team in singles victories as a freshman, finishing the year with a 30-10 overall record … Was 19-5 in dual matches, playing mostly at the No. 6 position … Was also 4-0 at the No. 5 spot … Had three ranked singles wins on the year, with the highest coming over No. 65 Eric Roberson of Boise state … Debuted at No. 100 in the ITA Singles Rankings on Feb. 20 … Owned a 13-match winning streak from April 4 to May 15 … Won the deciding singles match in a pair of victories over No. 21 Oklahoma State (at the USTA/ITA National Team Indoors), and No. 10 USC (Mar. 6) … Singles quarterfinalist in both singles and doubles (w/Harel Srugo) at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. … Teamed with Srugo for most of the year in doubles, going 19-3 overall and 14-10 at the No. 1 position … Finished the season listed at No. 37 (w/Srugo) in the Final ITA Doubles Rankings … Reached the singles semifinals at the So. Cal Intercollegiates in the fall … Quarterfinalist at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational … Reached the semifinals in doubles at both the ITA West Regionals (W/Haythem Abid) and the So. Cal Intercollegiates (W/Srugo).

2010-11 Underwent hip surgery following the fall season … Did not see any action in the spring … Awarded a medical redshirt for the year … Listed at No. 51 in singles and No. 6 in doubles (w/Amit Inbar) in the Preseason ITA Rankings … Advanced through qualifying and into the main singles draw at the D’Novo/ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla. … Fell in the second round to Florida’s ninth-ranked Alex Lacroix, 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 … Reached the round of 16 in singles at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals at UC Irvine … Teamed with Inbar to take home the doubles title at the Regionals, defeating USC’s Steve Johnson/Raymond Sarmiento, 9-7 in the final to earn a spot at the USTA/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships in Flushing, N.Y. … Advanced to the finals of the back draw at the Indoors.

High School / Juniors Listed as a blue chip recruit (No. 14 nationally) according to TennisRecruiting.net … Captured the 18s title at the 2006 Southern California Junior Sectionals … Three-time All-CIF selection while playing at Tesoro High School … Won the Pacific Coast League singles title in 2006 … Was also a quarterfinalist at the CIF-Southern Section individual tournament … Was ranked in the top 10 nationally of the USTA Boys’ 16s division … Evelyn Houseman Sportsmanship Award recipient … Has competed in such tournaments as the Orange Bowl, Easter Bowl and USTA Super National Hardcourts in Kalamazoo, Mich.

2009-10 Earned All-America honors in doubles with Amit Inbar … First-Team All-Pac-10 selection … Member of the All-Pac-10 Academic Second Team … Listed at No. 73 in singles and No. 10 in doubles (w/Inbar) in the Final ITA Rankings … Finished the season with a 24-12 overall singles record and a 27-9 mark in doubles … Shared the No. 1 singles position with Haythem Abid, going 6-4 … Ended the year 14-7 in dual singles matches … Owned a 9-9 record against ranked opponents … Highest ranked singles win of the year came in a 6-1, 6-0 victory over No. 16 Pedro Zerbini from Cal … Advanced to the singles final at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup in January, falling to Pepperdine’s Bassam Beidas, 6-2, 7-5 … Captured the doubles title in Sherwood (w/ Inbar), beating North Carolina’s Clay Donato/Stefan Hardy, 8-6 … Advanced to the round of 16 in doubles at the season-ending NCAA Championships in Athens, Ga. … Ranked No. 57 in the ITA Preseason Singles Rankings … Advanced to the round of 16 in singles at both the ITA Southwest Regionals and Southern California Intercollegiates … Also competed in the qualifying draw at the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla. … Finished the fall with a 4-3 singles record … Listed at No. 33 (w/Amit Inbar) in the ITA Preseason Doubles Rankings … Was 3-1 in fall doubles play … Reached the semifinals at the Southern California Intercollegiates with Holden Seguso.

Personal Full name is Nicolas Christian Meister … Born May 15, 1989 in Santa Ana, Calif. … Parents are Klaus and Mary Meister … Older brother’s name is Eric … Holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do … Great uncle played for the Estonian Davis Cup team …Majoring in Political Science … Minor is German.

2008-09 Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection … Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 Academic Team member … Listed at No. 100 in singles in the Final ITA Rankings … Led the team in singles victories for the second straight year, finishing the season 26-7 overall … Went 20-2 in dual-match play … Appeared mostly at the No. 5 spot, going 13-2 … Played as high as No. 2 in the lineup … Defeated Mississippi’s Marcel Thiemann, 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 in the deciding singles match to give UCLA a 4-3 victory in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament … Ended the year on a 12-match singles winning streak … Was 4-3 against ranked singles opponents … Highest ranked win came over teammate Matt Brooklyn, who was ranked No. 37 at the time, at the Southern California Intercollegiates … Ended the year ranked No. 26 in doubles with Haythem Abid … Also played with Michael Look … Finished the season with a 17-12 doubles record … Teamed with Abid at No. 1 singles during UCLA’s run to the semifinals at the NCAA Championships … The duo upset top-ranked Jonas Berg/Bram ten Berge of Mississippi, 8-5 in the quarterfinals … Was 5-4 in fall singles play … Advanced to the singles final at the Southern California Intercollegiates, falling to Pepperdine’s Mahmoud Kamel, 7-5, 7-6 … Reached the quarterfinals in doubles at both the ITA West-South Regionals (w/Eugen Brazdil) and the So. Cal Intercollegiates (w/Matt Brooklyn).

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Adrien PUGET Sophomore  6-1  Right-Handed Le Haillan, France Hector Berlioz Career Singles Record Year 2010-11

Duals 16-4

Career Doubles Record Tournaments 3-4

Fall 2011 Checked in at No. 40 in singles and No. 8 in doubles (w/Alex Brigham) in the 2011 Preseason ITA Rankings … Participated in two fall tournaments, seeing action at the Land Rover Napa Valley Classic and the ITA All-American Championships … Posted a 3-1 overall record in singles play.

2010-11 Listed at No. 88 in singles and No. 34 in doubles (w/Alex Brigham) in the 2011 Final ITA Rankings … Finished the season with a 19-8 overall singles record … Was 16-4 in dual matches … Played primarily at the No. 4 position in the lineup where he went 6-4 … Played as high as No. 2 (vs. LMU on 3/22) … Reached the quarterfinals of the main draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif., eventually falling to top-seeded Steve Johnson of USC … Highest ranked win of the season came over No. 46 Ryan Thacher of Stanford in the round of 16 … One of the top doubles players on the team, playing at the No. 1 position with both Amit Inbar and Alex Brigham … Also played with Holden Seguso … Teamed with Brigham in the NCAA Doubles Championships, falling in the opening round to Michigan's Jason Jung and Evan King, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 … Did not compete during the fall season … Joined the team in January.

High School/Juniors One of the top junior players in the world, achieving a career high ITF Ranking of No. 11 in February of 2009 … Played in all four of the Junior Grand Slams … Best singles result in a Grand Slam came at the 2009 Australian Open where he fell to eventual winner Yuki Bhambri of India in the semifinals … Singles finalist at the German Open in 2008 … Was also a singles quarterfinalist at the 2008 Orange Bowl … Enjoyed an outstanding 2009 in doubles, reaching the final at both the U.S. Open and Wimbledon with partner Julien Obry … Also advanced to the quarterfinals with Obry at Roland Garros … Member of France’s Junior Davis Cup team … Helped the team to a 5th place finish in 2007 … Also helped France to the final of the European Championships (U-18 level).

Personal Born on March 4, 1991 in Bordeaux, France … Parents names are Frank and Erika … Brother’s name is Maximillien … Sister is Léandra … Enjoys watching soccer ... Favorite team is FC Girondins de Bordeaux ... Likes former World Cup player Zinedine Zidane ... Enjoys hanging out with friends in his spare time.

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Overall 19-8

Year 2010-11

Duals 10-11

Tournaments 2-2

Overall 12-13


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Maxime TABATRUONG Junior  5-10  Right-Handed Paris, France CNED Career Singles Record Year 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals 12-4 12-9 24-13

Career Doubles Record Tournaments 2-2 9-4 11-6

Overall 14-6 21-13 35-19

Year 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Duals 0-1 0-1

Tournaments 1-2 4-4 5-6

Overall 1-3 4-4 5-7

Fall 2011 Appeared in just one fall tournament, reaching the round of 16 in singles at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals at Pepperdine. 2010-11 Listed as high as No. 64 in singles in the ITA Rankings (Jan. 4) … Ended the season with a 21-13 overall singles record … Went 12-9 in dual matches … Saw all of his action in the Nos. 3-6 positions … Ended the year at No. 6 singles, going 2-1 in NCAA Tournament play … Did not appear in doubles in any dual matches … Advanced to the singles final at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships held at UCLA’s Los Angeles Tennis Center during the fall … Won four matches in straight sets before falling to No. 65 Jaak Poldma of USC, 6-3, 6-2 in the final … Also competed in singles at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals at UC Irvine, reaching the third round … Advanced to the round of 16 in doubles (w/Jeff Gast) at the Regionals. 2009-10 Joined the team in January … Enjoyed an excellent freshman season, posting a 14-6 record in singles play … Was 12-4 in dual matches, playing mostly at Nos. 5 and 6 singles … Picked up one of the team's biggest wins of the season at No. 4 USC on April 16, defeating Jason McNaughton, 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-4 at No. 6 singles to give UCLA the 4-3 upset … Was 1-1 against ranked opponents … Defeated No. 47 Matt Kecki of USC, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup in January … Reached the round of 16 of the main draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif. … Also advanced to the semifinals of the Invitational Draw in Ojai with Kallim Stewart. High School / Juniors Ranked in the top 15 of his age group in France … Reached the round of 16 at the French National Junior Championships (U-18s) … Did not play many junior tournaments, choosing to mainly focus on playing open level and futures tournaments throughout France … Advanced through qualifying and into the main draw at a futures tournament in Blois, France in the summer of 2009 … Quarterfinalist in doubles (w/Maxime Teixeira) at that same tournament. Personal Full name is Maxime Phan Tabatruong … Goes by Max … Born Sept. 24, 1989 … Parents are Antoine and Marlene … Sister, Emmanuelle, played tennis at Long Beach State … Other sister’s name is Julie … Lists France’s 2001 Davis Cup victory over Australia as his fondest tennis memory … Admires Usain Bolt and Roger Federer … Hopes to pursue a degree in business-economics.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Clay THOMPSON Sophomore  6-6  Right-Handed Venice Beach, Calif. Crossroads Career Singles Record Year 2010-11

Duals 14-5

Career Doubles Record Tournaments 9-5

Overall 23-10

Fall 2011 Listed at No. 35 in the Preseason ITA Singles Rankings … Captured the singles title at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships at UCLA's Los Angeles Tennis Center … Downed BYU's Patrick Kawka, 7-5, 6-4 in the final … Did not drop a set in five matches during the tournament … Also reached the doubles final with Alex Brigham, falling to USC's Emilio Gomez and Yannick Hanfmann, 8-4 … Reached the round of 16 in both singles and doubles at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals at Pepperdine.

2010-11 Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection … Reached a season-high No. 77 in the ITA Singles Rankings on April 26 … Ended the season ranked No. 80 in singles … Finished the season tied with two other players for the team lead in singles wins with 23 … Posted a 23-10 overall record, including a 14-5 mark in dual-match play … Saw most of his action at the Nos. 3 and 4 positions … Played as high as No. 2 in the lineup (vs. Hawai'i on 3/10) … Owned a 7-6 record against ranked opponents … Highest ranked win came over No. 38 Daniel Nguyen of USC in a dual match on April 22 … Advanced to the round of 16 of the main draw at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif., falling to USC's Raymond Sarmiento, 6-1, 7-5 … Owned a 10-7 overall doubles record … Teamed mostly with Daniel Kosakowski at the No. 3 position … Went 6-3 in doubles during dual-match play …Posted a 6-3 record during fall singles action … Fell in the final round of pre-qualifying for the D’Novo/ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla. … Reached the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Southwest Regional Championships at UC Irvine … Upset No. 92 Patrick Pohlmann of San Diego, 6-4, 6-4 in the second round … Also reached the round of 16 at the Southern California Intercollegiates … Owned a 3-2 fall doubles record teaming with both Kosakowski and Warren Hardie … Quarterfinalist at both the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals (w/Kosakowski) and the Southern California Intercollegiates (w/Hardie).

High School/Juniors Rated as the No. 3 recruit in the country in the class of 2010 according to TennisRecruiting.net … Also ranked in the top 200 of the ITF Junior Rankings … Reached the quarterfinals of singles at the USTA Boys’ 18s & 16s National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. in 2010 … Won six straight matches to capture the singles title at the USTA ITF Claremont event in 2010 … Also advanced to the finals in doubles in Claremont (w/Mackenzie McDonald) … Reached the finals of the 2010 USTA International Spring Championships, falling to teammate Daniel Kosakowski … Also reached the quarterfinals at the 2010 Easter Bowl ITF Championships in Palm Springs, Calif. … Member of Southern California’s Junior Davis Cup Team last two years … Helped the SCTA reach the final in 2009 and 2010.

Personal Full name is Clarence Alley Thompson IV … Born May 4, 1992 in Santa Monica, Calif. … Only child of Deborah and Clarence Thompson … Admires ATP Tour professional Sam Querrey … Hopes to give the pro tour a try after college … Would like to pursue a career in business when his playing days are over.

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Year 2010-11

Duals 6-3

Tournaments 4-4

Overall 10-7


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Returning Player Biographies

Brendan WEE Redshirt Freshman  6-1  Right-Handed Alamo, Calif. Monte Vista High School Career Doubles Record

Career Singles Record Year 2010-11

Duals

Tournaments Redshirted the season

Fall 2011

Overall

Year 2010-11

Duals

Tournaments Redshirted the season

Overall

Did not see any action during fall play.

EBAL Championships, including a North Coast Section (NCS) title in 2008 … Team was runner-up in the NCS in 2009.

2010-11

Personal

Did not appear in any matches … Redshirted the season.

Full name is Brendan Michael Wee … Born June 2, 1992 in Berkeley, Calif. … Parents William and Eileen both attended UCLA … Three older siblings are Billy, Brian and Katie … Father and uncle, Eric Wee, played tennis at UCLA … Enjoys playing the guitar and the trumpet … Also likes singing … Plans to major in Environmental Science.

High School/Juniors Three-year letterwinner for coach Patty Gross at Monte Vista High School … 2010 team captain … Two-time doubles MVP … All-East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) selection … Captured the 2009 EBAL Doubles Championship … Helped Monte Vista to three

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Newcomer Biographies

Marcos GIRON Freshman  5-10  Right-Handed Thousand Oaks, Calif. / Thousand Oaks High School Fall 2011 Listed at No. 4 in the nation in the ITA Preseason Newcomer/Freshman Rankings … Qualified for the main singles draw at the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla. … Downed Iowa's Marc Bruche, 6-2, 6-2 in the opening round … Suffered an injury in the third set of his match with Vanderbilt's Charlie Jones in the second round, forcing him to withdraw … Sidelined for the rest of the fall season with a wrist injury.

High School / Juniors Listed as the No. 1 overall recruit in the nation according to the website TennisRecruiting.net … Owned a career-high world ITF ranking of No. 18 in September of 2011 … Registered a 42-15 overall singles record in ITF events during his junior career … Was also 26-16 in doubles … Played in three of the four Grand Slams (U.S. Open, Wimbledon and Roland Garros) … Won 18-straight matches in the spring of 2011, capturing singles titles at the Easter Bowl, USTA International Spring Championships

and the USTA ITF Claremont Tournament … Semifinalist in singles in the 18s draw at the 2011 USTA Boys 18s and 16s National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. … Captured the 16s doubles title (w/Nick Chappell) in 2009 … Reached the final of the Orange Bowl (16s) in 2009 … Has represented the United States in several team competitions, most notably the Junior Davis Cup in Mexico in 2009 … Also played three years of high School tennis at Thousand Oaks High School, earning All-America honors … Two-time CIF Doubles Champion … CIF Singles Champion as a junior …

Personal Full name is Marcos Andres Giron … Born on July 24, 1993 in Thousand Oaks, Calif. … Parents are Andres and Rosanna Giron … Older sister is named Gabriela … Admires Roger Federer … Also is a big Los Angeles Lakers fan … Enjoys hanging out with friends and playing various sports in his free time.

Michael HUI Junior  6-0  Left-Handed Oakland, Calif. / Berkeley High School Fall 2011

Personal

Owned a 4-4 overall singles record in fall play … Participated in the singles draw at three tournaments, including the USTA/ITA Southwest Regionals, the Gael Tennis Classic and the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships … Best result came at the Gael Tennis Classic, where he reached the round of 16 … Also qualified for the main draws in both singles and doubles (w/Evan Lee) at the Southern California Intercollegiates.

Full name is Michael Ian Hui … Born on July 21, 1990 in Walnut Creek, Calif. … Mother, Barbara, also attended UCLA … Father's name is Steven … Prior to earning a spot in the varsity roster, he was a member of the UCLA Club Tennis team, earning Male Player of the Year honors … Helped the team capture the 2011 National Championship in Cary, NC … Admires Rafael Nadal and Michael Jordan … Majoring in French.

High School / Juniors Listed as a four-star recruit in the class of 2009 according to TennisRecruiting.net … Sportsmanship Award winner as a member of the Berkeley High School tennis team.

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Dennis MKRTCHIAN Freshman  6-1  Right-Handed Reseda, Calif. / Sherman Oaks CES Fall 2011 Concluded fall play with a 4-4 mark in singles action and a 6-4 record in doubles … Advanced to the quarterfinals in singles at the Gael Tennis Classic in Moraga, Calif. … Also reached the doubles final in Moraga with Alex Brigham … Doubles quarterfinalist (w/Warren Hardie) at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships at UCLA.

High School / Juniors Rated as the No. 6 overall recruit in the nation according to TennisRecruiting.net … Captured back-to-back singles titles as the Southern California Sectionals in 2010 and 2011 … Also won the USTA International Spring Championships in 2009 … Member of the U.S. Junior Davis Cup team … Also played No. 1 on Southern California's

Junior Davis Cup squad … Collected over five national titles during his junior career … Attended the Sherman Oaks Center for Enrichment Studies … As a freshman, reached the LA City individual finals … Has also earned ATP points while playing several futures tournaments.

Personal Parents are Valer and Elena … Older brother Ken plays tennis at George Washington … Also has a younger brother named Mike … Lists his greatest athletic thrill as representing the United States in Davis Cup … Born on Sept. 4, 1993 in California.

Ryoto TACHI Freshman  5-8  Right-Handed Tokyo, Japan / Laurel Springs High School Fall 2011

Personal

Did not compete in the fall … Joined the team in January.

Born on Sept. 22, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan … Parents are Yoshihisa and Masako Tachi … Older sister is named Yuki … Enjoys playing the guitar, watching movies, dancing and cooking in his spare time … Has also lived in Uzbekistan and India.

High School / Juniors Ranked in the top 500 of the ITF World Junior Rankings at the age of 15 (No. 427) … Also ranked No. 1 in Asia for the Under-14 division … Moved from Japan to train at the Weil Tennis Academy in Ojai, Calif. … Semifinalist at the 26th ITF Junior Championships of Sri Lanka in 2009 … Quarterfinalist at the ITA Summer Circuit in 2011 … Also reached the semifinals in doubles at the La Habra Men's Open.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Newcomer Biographies

Maik ULRICH Freshman  6-2  Left-Handed Dresden, Germany / Sport Gymnasium Dresden Fall 2011

Personal

Appeared in just one tournament, falling in the second round of qualifying at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships at UCLA.

Full name is Maik Uwe Ulrich … Born on June 10, 1992 in Bad Soden, Germany … Parents are Uwe and Uatria Ulrich … Admires Pete Sampras …Enjoys going to the movies, video games and playing soccer in his spare time.

High School / Juniors Attended Sport Gymnasium Dresden … Played club tennis for TC Dresden Blasewitz … Helped his club to regional championships in every age group (12-18) … Also helped the team to a second place finish in the thirdhighest German tennis league … Listed in the top 370 of the ITF World Junior Rankings …Selected for German National Training Camp in 2009 and 2010.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S 2011 Match-By-Match Results #6 UCLA 7, #35 Boise State 0 Feb. 13 - Los Angeles Tennis Center Doubles 1. Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) def. Hume/Sears (BSU) 2. Mullen/Sereke (BSU) def. Puget/Seguso (UCLA) 3. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Pogostkin/Erik Sheldon (BSU) Singles 1. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #62 Damian Hume (BSU) 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #85 Filipp Pogostkin (BSU) 3. #64 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Scott Sears (BSU) 4. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Jeff Mullen (BSU) 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Andrew Bettles (BSU) 6. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. Nathan Sereke (BSU)

8-6 8-5 8-6 6-4, 6-2 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 6-3 6-3, 6-2 6-3, 6-4 6-3, 6-1

#6 UCLA 4, #12 Louisville 1 Feb. 18 - Seattle, Wash. (National Team Indoors) Doubles 1. #26 Childs/Maksimcuk (LOU) def. Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) 2. Puget/Seguso (UCLA) def. #50 Carter/Childs (LOU) 3. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Calligari/Derognat (LOU)

The 2011 Bruins

Singles 1. #11 Austen Childs (LOU) def. #63 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 2. #84 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #100 Viktor Maksimcuk (LOU) 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) vs. Simon Childs (LOU) 4. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Alejandro Calligari (LOU) 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Andrew Carter (LOU) 6. Alex Brigham (UCLA) vs. Dante Terenzio (LOU)

#6 UCLA 7, #38 BYU 0

#6 UCLA 4, #27 Florida State 1

#3 Tennessee 4, #6 UCLA 1

Jan. 21 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Jan. 29 - Los Angeles Tennis Center (Indoor Qualifying)

Feb. 19 - Seattle, Wash. (National Team Indoors)

Doubles 1. Inbar/Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. #44 Shubert/Smith (BYU) 2. Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) def. Kawka/Urbina (BYU) 3. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) def. Batrakov/Hwang (BYU)

8-3 8-2 8-3

Doubles 1. Inbar/Puget (UCLA) vs. Mirzadeh/Smith (FSU) 2. Alex Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) def. Bowles/Davis (FSU) 3. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) def. Bucaro/Reed (FSU)

Susp. 8-6 8-6

Doubles 1. #8 Conkic/Smith (TENN) def. Alex Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) 2. Jarryd Chaplin/Williams (TENN) def. Puget/Seguso (UCLA) 3. Fago/Jones (TENN) vs. Warren Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA)

8-5 8-1 8-2 6-3, 6-2 6-3, 6-3 Susp. 6-3, 6-2 6-0, 6-3 Susp.

8-4 8-6 Susp.

Singles 1. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #37 Clint Bowles (FSU) 6-4, 6-0 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) vs. #42 Vahid Mirzadeh (FSU) Susp. 3. Connor Smith (FSU) def. #64 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-0, 6-2 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) vs. Blake Davis (FSU) Susp. 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Anderson Reed (FSU) 6-1, 7-6(4) 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Andres Bucaro (FSU) 6-2, 6-2

Singles 1. #1 Rhyne Williams (TENN) def. #63 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) 6-2, 6-4 2. #17 John-Patrick Smith (TENN) def. #84 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 7-5, 6-3 3. #68 M. Fago (TENN) vs. #87 M. Tabatruong (UCLA) Susp. 4. #119 Boris Conkic (TENN) vs. Clay Thompson (UCLA) Susp. 5. Edward Jones (TENN) def. Holden Seguso (UCLA) 7-6(1), 6-1 6. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Taylor Patrick (TENN) 6-1, 6-2

#6 UCLA 7, #61 UCSB 0

#6 UCLA 4, #51 UC Irvine 3

#6 UCLA 4, #10 Florida 3

Jan. 25 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Feb. 3 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Feb. 20 - Seattle, Wash. (National Team Indoors)

Doubles 1. Inbar/Puget (UCLA) def. Chavez Goggin/Konigsfeldt (UCSB) 8-6 2. Alex Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) def. Forget/Recknagel (UCSB) 8-4 3. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) def. Evan Jurgensen/Therp (UCSB) 8-4

Doubles 1. Kearney/Stege (UCI) def. Inbar/Adrien Puget (UCLA) 2. Gould/Henderson (UCI) def. Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) 3. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) def. Ryan Cheung/Sondhu (UCI)

Singles 1. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Alex Konigsfeldt (UCSB) 6-2, 6-1 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Ben Recknagel (UCSB) 7-5, 4-6, (10-4) 3. #64 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Mathieu Forget (UCSB) 6-3, 6-3 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Taylor Chavez Goggin (UCSB) 6-4, 6-3 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Max Glenn (UCSB) 6-3, 6-2 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Philip Therp (UCSB) 6-0, 7-5

Singles 1. #33 Chris Kearney (UCI) def. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 7-6(2), 6-3 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Steven Henderson (UCI) 6-3, 6-1 3. #64 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Sam Gould (UCI) 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Stephen Stege (UCI) 6-1, 6-2 5. Fabian Matthews (UCI) def. Holden Seguso (UCLA) 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 6. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. Shan Sondhu (UCI) 7-5, 6-4

Singles 1. #63 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #9 Alexandre Lacroix (UF) 6-3, 6-4 2. #43 Sekou Bangoura (UF) def. #84 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 6-2, 6-3 3. Nassim Slilam (UF) def. #87 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-4, 6-1 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. #74 Bob van Overbeek (UF) 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Spencer Newman (UF) 6-2, 6-1 6. Billy Federhofer (UF) def. Warren Hardie (UCLA) 6-3, 7-6 (12-10)

#6 UCLA 4, #33 Minnesota 0

#6 UCLA 4, #9 Baylor 3

#20 Cal 5, #5 UCLA 2

Jan. 28 - Los Angeles Tennis Center (Indoor Qualifying)

Feb. 6 - Waco, Texas

Feb. 26 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Singles 1. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Thomas Shubert (BYU) 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #110 Evan Urbina (BYU) 3. #64 M. Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Spencer Smith (BYU) 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Georgy Batrakov (BYU) 5. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. #88 Patrick Kawka (BYU) 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Daniel Hwang (BYU)

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

Doubles 1. Inbar/Puget (UCLA) def. Arndt/Sebastian Gallego (MINN) 2. Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) vs. Bonin/Wernet (MINN) 3. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) def. Dehn/Ruddock (MINN) Singles 1. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Rok Bonin (MINN) 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Sebastian Gallego (MINN) 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) vs. Tobias Wernet (MINN) 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) vs. Phillip Arndt (MINN) 5. Alex Brigham (UCLA) vs. Brendan Ruddock (MINN) 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Julian Dehn (MINN)

8-2 Susp. 8-3 6-1, 7-5 7-6(3), 6-3 Susp. Susp. Susp. 6-4, 6-3

8-4 8-5 8-3

Doubles 1. Alex Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) def. #15 Lacroix/Slilam (UF) 2. Puget/Holden Seguso (UCLA) vs. Bangoura/Andrew Butz (UF) 3. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Federhofer/van Overbeek (UF)

8-2 Susp. 8-5

8-3 8-5 8-6

Doubles 1. #21 Andrews/Konigsfeldt (CAL) def. Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) 8-3 2. Tommie Murphy/Zerbini (CAL) def. Holden Seguso/Puget (UCLA) 8-4 3. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. B. McLachlan/R. McLachlan (CAL) 9-7

Singles 1. #22 John Peers (Baylor) def. Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 2. #86 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Jordan Rux (Baylor) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 3. Roberto Maytin (Baylor) def. #64 M. Tabatruong (UCLA) 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 4. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Sergio Ramirez (Baylor) 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(8) 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Kiki Grangeiro (Baylor) 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Julian Bley (Baylor) 6-3, 6-3

Singles 1. #41 Pedro Zerbini (CAL) def. #63 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 7-6, 6-1 2. #82 Carlos Cueto (CAL) def. #84 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 6-1, 6-4 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. #95 Chris Konigsfeldt (CAL) 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 4. Nick Andrews (CAL) def. #87 M. Tabatruong (UCLA) 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 5. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Ben McLachlan (CAL) 6-3, 6-3 6. Bozhidar Katsarov (CAL) def. Alex Brigham (UCLA) 6-7, 6-3, 6-1

Doubles 1. #4 Maytin/Peers (Baylor) def. Inbar/Puget (UCLA) 2. Ramirez/Rux (Baylor) def. Alex Brigham/Seguso (UCLA) 3. Bley/Grangeiro (Baylor) def. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA)

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S 2011 Match-By-Match Results #7 USC 5, #6 UCLA 2

#16 UCLA 5, #20 Washington 2

#3 USC 4, #9 UCLA 3

March 2 - Marks Tennis Stadium (USC)

April 1 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

April 22 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Doubles 1. #48 Johnson/Sarmiento (USC) def. #47 Brigham/Inbar (UCLA) 2. Poldma/Sundling (USC) def. Puget/Seguso (UCLA) 3. Gomez/Nguyen (USC) def. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA)

8-5 8-6 8-4

Doubles 1. Brigham/Puget (UCLA) def. #31 McMorrow/Nedunchezhiyan (WASH) 9-8(7) 2. Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. #69 Kildahl/Obenaus (WASH) 8-5 3. Bots/Schmidt (WASH) def. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) 8-5

Doubles 1. #32 Poldma/JT Sundling (USC) def. #47 Brigham/Puget (UCLA) 2. Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. Gomez/Johnson (USC) 3. Nguyen/Sarmiento (USC) def. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA)

Singles 1. #1 Steve Johnson (USC) def. #43 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 6-2, 6-2 2. Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #19 Daniel Nguyen (USC) 6-4, 6-2 3. #44 Jaak Poldma (USC) def. #99 Clay Thompson (UCLA) 6-2, 6-3 4. #56 R. Sarmiento (USC) def. Adrien Puget (UCLA) 3-6, 6-4, (10-7) 5. Emilio Gomez (USC) def. #108 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-2, 6-1 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. JT Sundling (USC) 6-3, 6-2

Singles 1. #33 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #68 Kyle McMorrow (WASH) 6-1, 6-3 2. #74 J. Nedunchezhiyan (WASH) def. #71 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 7-6(4), 6-4 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. #85 Martin Kildahl (WASH) 6-2, 6-3 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Daniel Schmidt (WASH) 6-0, 6-3 5. Tobi Obenaus (WASH) def. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) 5-7, retired 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Marton Bots (WASH) 6-1, 6-4

Singles 1. #1 Steve Johnson (USC) def. #34 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 6-4, 6-1 2. #85 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #35 Jaak Poldma (USC) 6-4, 7-6(4) 3. #95 Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. #38 Daniel Nguyen (USC) 6-3, 6-2 4. #54 Raymond Sarmiento (USC) def. A. Puget (UCLA) 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 5. Emilio Gomez (USC) def. Holden Seguso (UCLA) 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 6. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Peter Lucassen (USC) 3-6, 6-4, 6-1

#8 UCLA 6, Hawai'i 1

#16 UCLA 7, #65 Oregon 0

#11 UCLA 4, Binghamton 0

March 10 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

April 2 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

May 13 - Los Angeles Tennis Center (NCAA 1st Rd.)

Doubles 1. Amit Inbar/Seguso (UCLA) def. Rosenberg/Tweedt (UH) 2. Brigham/Puget (UCLA) def. Brooklyn/Lajola (UH) 3. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Casanova/Llarenas (UH)

8-2 8-4 8-4

Doubles 1. Brigham/Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Cambier/Rovello (ORE) 2. Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. Clissold/Mayeda (ORE) 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) def. Faynot/Jose Izquierdo (ORE)

8-4 8-1 8-5

Doubles 1. #32 Alex Brigham/Puget (UCLA) vs. Vloedgraven/Wong (BU) 2. #57 Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. A. Haggai/Jain (BU) 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) def. Bornkessel/Devos (BU)

8-4 8-6 8-3

Susp. 8-4 8-0

Singles 1. #43 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Dennis Lajola (UH) 6-2, 6-3 2. Leo Rosenberg (UH) def. #99 Clay Thompson (UCLA) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 3. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Jeremy Tweedt (UH) 7-5, 4-6, (10-6) 4. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Jonathan Brooklyn (UH) 7-5, 6-3 5. #108 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Dmytro Kovalyov (UH) 6-4, 6-3 6. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. Danilo Casanova (UH) 6-0, 6-1

Singles 1. #33 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Alex Rovello (ORE) 2. #71 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Baptiste Faynot (ORE) 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Robin Cambier (ORE) 4. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. D. Korth-MacDonald (ORE) 5. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. Aaron Clissold (ORE) 6. Warren Hardie (UCLA) def. Douglas Mayeda (ORE)

#13 UCLA 6, LMU 1

#14 UCLA 6, #55 Arizona 0

#11 UCLA 4, #28 Ole Miss 3

March 22 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

April 6 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

May 14 - Los Angeles Tennis Center (NCAA 2nd Rd.)

Doubles 1. Brigham/Puget (UCLA) def. Bjerke/Simko (LMU) 2. Hardie/Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Andreasian/Gottshall (LMU) 3. Seguso/Thompson (UCLA) def. Bustamante/Wilton (LMU)

Doubles Not Played

Doubles 1. #10 C. Thiemann/M. Thiemann (MISS) def. #32 Brigham/Puget (UCLA) 8-3 2. Lutjen/Vorster (MISS) def. #57 Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) 8-5 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) vs. Backstrom/Norberg (MISS) Susp.

Singles 1. #42 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. Aris Andreasian (LMU) 6-2, 6-1 2. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Nicholas Bjerke (LMU) 6-3, 6-2 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Sebastian Bustamante (LMU) 6-2, 6-2 4. Alex Wilton (LMU) def. Holden Seguso (UCLA) 3-6, 6-3, (10-1) 5. #118 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Daniel Simko (LMU) 6-0, 6-0 6. Alex Brigham (UCLA) def. Tom Price (LMU) 6-1, 6-4

Singles 1. #33 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #111 Andres Carrasco (ARIZ) 7-5, 6-2 2. #71 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Giacomo Miccini (ARIZ) 6-2, 6-4 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Andre Vidaller (ARIZ) 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Geoff Embry (ARIZ) 6-3, 6-1 5. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Mario Urquidi (ARIZ) 6-1, 7-6 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Kieren Thompson (ARIZ) 6-0, 6-1

Singles 1. #37 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #36 Marcel Thiemann (MISS) 6-3, 1-6, 7-5 2. #58 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #52 Tucker Vorster (MISS) 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-3 3. Jonas Lutjen (MISS) def. #79 Clay Thompson (UCLA) 7-6(4), 6-1 4. Chris Thiemann (MISS) def. #103 Adrien Puget (UCLA) 6-4, 6-3 5. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Johan Backstrom (MISS) 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) 6. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. A. Forberg Skogeng (MISS) 6-1, 6-2

#12 Cal 4, #13 UCLA 3

#14 UCLA 4, #6 Pepperdine 3

#5 Baylor 4, #11 UCLA 3

March 25 - Berkeley, Calif.

April 11 - Malibu, Calif.

May 19 - Stanford, Calif. (NCAA Rd. of 16)

Doubles 1. #21 Andrews/Konigsfeldt (CAL) def. Brigham/Puget (UCLA) 9-8(6) 2. Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. Tommie Murphy/Zerbini (CAL) 9-8(5) 3. B. McLachlan/R. McLachlan (CAL) def. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) 9-8(5)

Doubles 1. Brigham/Puget (UCLA) def. #33 Clarke/Tearney (PEPP) 9-8(5) 2. #54 Fanselow/Turner (PEPP) def. Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) 8-2 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) def. #52 Llompart/Moreno (PEPP) 8-5

Doubles 1. #5 Maytin/Peers (BAY) def. #32 Alex Brigham/Puget (UCLA) 2. #52 Ramirez/Rux (BAY) def. #57 Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) def. Bley/Grangeiro (BAY)

Singles 1. #42 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #15 Pedro Zerbini (CAL) 7-6(5), 6-2 2. #69 Carlos Cueto (CAL) def. #61 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 6-2, 6-0 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Nick Andrews (CAL) 6-4, 6-4 4. #119 Chris Konigsfeldt (CAL) def. Adrien Puget (UCLA) 6-3, 6-0 5. #118 Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Ben McLachlan (CAL) 6-2, 6-3 6. Bozhidar Katsarov (CAL) def. Alex Brigham (UCLA) 6-2, 6-2

Singles 1. #47 Finn Tearney (PEPP) def. #33 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) 7-5, 6-7, 1-0 2. #22 Sebastian Fanselow (PEPP) def. #71 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 7-6, 7-6 3. Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. #62 Alex Llompart (PEPP) 6-4, 6-4 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. #114 Alfredo Moreno (PEPP) 7-6, 7-6 5. Mousheg Hovhannisyan (PEPP) def. M. Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-3, 6-3 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. David Sofaer (PEPP) 6-3, 5-7, 6-2

Singles 1. #37 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #19 John Peers (BAY) 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 2. #58 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. #68 Sergio Ramirez (BAY) 6-7, 6-2, 6-2 3. Jordan Rux (BAY) def. #79 Clay Thompson (UCLA) 7-6, 6-1 4. #103 Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. #102 Roberto Maytin (BAY) 7-6, 6-2 5. #97 Kike Grangeiro (BAY) def. Holden Seguso (UCLA) 3-6, 6-2, 7-6(8) 6. Dennis Lengsfeld (BAY) def. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-4, 4-6, 6-0

#8 Stanford 6, #13 UCLA 1

#9 UCLA 7, Cal Poly 0

March 26 - Stanford, Calif.

April 20 - Los Angeles Tennis Center

Doubles 1. #6 Klahn/Thacher (STAN) def. Alex Brigham/Puget (UCLA) 8-5 2. Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) def. Kandath/Lin (STAN) 9-8 3. #79 Clayton/Ted Kelly (STAN) def. Kosakowski/Thompson (UCLA) 8-4

Doubles 1. #47 Alex Brigham/Puget (UCLA) def. #49 Dome/Sonesson (CP) 8-4 2. Bridge/Comuzzo (CP) def. Warren Hardie/Inbar (UCLA) 9-8(5) 3. Kosakowski/Seguso (UCLA) def. Drew Jacobs/McPhee (CP) 8-4

Singles 1. #10 Bradley Klahn (STAN) def. #42 D. Kosakowski (UCLA) 6-2, 6-3 2. #36 Ryan Thacher (STAN) def. #61 Amit Inbar (UCLA) 6-3, 7-6 3. #93 Alex Clayton (STAN) def. Clay Thompson (UCLA) 6-2, 6-1 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Denis Lin (STAN) 6-3, 6-4 5. G. Hirshman (STAN) def. #118 M. Tabatruong (UCLA) 6-4, 1-6, 3-0 Ret. 6. Matt Kandath (STAN) def. Warren Hardie (UCLA) 6-4, 7-5

Singles 1. #34 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) def. #104 Andre Dome (CP) 2. #85 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Alexander Sonesson (CP) 3. #95 Clay Thompson (UCLA) def. Jordan Bridge (CP) 4. Adrien Puget (UCLA) def. Marco Comuzzo (CP) 5. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Brian McPhee (CP) 6. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Sebastian Bell (CP)

8-3 8-6 8-5

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

6-3, 6-3 6-1, 6-4 6-3, 6-4 6-3, 6-2 6-2, 6-4 6-2, 6-1

Singles 1. #37 Daniel Kosakowski (UCLA) vs. #77 Sven Vloedgraven (BU) Susp. 2. #58 Amit Inbar (UCLA) def. Arnav Jain (BU) 6-1, 6-2 3. #79 Clay Thompson (UCLA) vs. Gilbert Wong (BU) Susp. 4. #103 Adrien Puget (UCLA) vs. Alexandre Haggai (BU) Susp. 5. Holden Seguso (UCLA) def. Ruben Haggai (BU) 6-2, 6-1 6. Maxime Tabatruong (UCLA) def. Ruben Devos (BU) 6-0, 6-0

9-7 8-5 8-3


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S 2010-11 Final Results & Statistics 2011 Schedule/Results

Singles Records

Overall Record: 18-7 Pac-10 Record/Finish: 3-3/T-3rd Final ITA Ranking: No. 11

Player Alex Brigham Jake Fleming Jeff Gast Warren Hardie Amit Inbar Daniel Kosakowski Evan Lee Nick Meister Adrien Puget Holden Seguso Maxime Tabatruong Evan Teufel Clay Thompson TOTALS

Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 March 2 March 10 March 22 March 25 March 26 April 1 April 2 April 6 April 11 April 20 April 22

#38 BYU #61 UCSB #33 MINNESOTA% #27 FLORIDA STATE% #52 UC IRVINE at #9 Baylor #35 BOISE STATE vs. #12 Louisville^ vs. #3 Tennessee^ vs. #10 Florida^ #20 CAL at #7 USC HAWAI'I LOYOLA MARYMOUNT at #12 Cal* at #8 Stanford* #20 WASHINGTON* #65 OREGON* #55 ARIZONA* at #6 Pepperdine #41 CAL POLY #3 USC*

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

NCAA Regionals (at Los Angeles) May 13 BINGHAMTON (1st Rd.) May 14 #28 OLE MISS (2nd Rd.)

W, 4-0 W, 4-3

NCAA Championships (at Stanford, CA) May 19 vs. #5 Baylor (Rd. of 16)

L, 3-4

* - Pac-10 Conference Match % - USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Qualifying (Los Angeles) ^ - USTA/ITA National Team Indoors (Charlottesville, VA)

All-Pac-10 Honors First Team Second Team Steve Johnson, USC Carlos Cueto, CAL Bradley Klahn, STAN Alex Clayton, STAN Daniel Kosakowski, UCLA Amit Inbar, UCLA Kyle McMorrow, WASH Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, WASH Jaak Poldma, USC Ray Sarmiento, USC Pedro Zerbini, CAL Ryan Thacher, STAN Honorable Mention Dennis Nguyen, USC Clay Thompson, UCLA Andres Carrasco, ARIZ Emilio Gomez, USC YEAR-END AWARDS Player of the Year: Steve Johnson Doubles Team of the Year: Bradley Klahn/Ryan Thacher, STAN Coach of the Year: Peter Smith, USC Freshman of the Year: Daniel Kosakowski, UCLA

#1 15-9 15-9

#2 15-7 1-0 0-1 16-8

#3 1-0 4-3 9-4 14-7

#4 6-4 4-1 0-1 5-0 15-6

#5 2-0 7-0 2-4 5-4 16-8

#6 4-2 1-2 1-0 10-0 3-1 19-5

Duals 6-2 1-2 15-7 15-9 16-4 16-5 12-9 14-5 95-43

Tour. 7-6 1-4 2-4 8-5 8-6 8-4 0-5 6-2 3-4 0-3 9-4 1-2 9-5 62-54

Overall 13-8 1-4 2-4 9-7 23-13 23-13 0-5 6-2 19-8 16-8 21-13 1-2 23-10 157-97

#3 5-3 5-1 1-0 5-2 16-6

Duals 5-3 3-2 3-2 2-4 1-4 6-1 1-0 6-5 1-0 6-4 5-2 39-27

Tour. 8-3 2-2 3-2 3-2 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 3-1 0-0 0-1 24-19

Overall 8-3 2-2 3-2 8-5 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 4-3 0-2 3-2 2-4 1-4 6-1 1-0 7-6 1-0 9-5 5-2 0-1 63-46

Doubles Records Players Inbar/Meister Brigham/Hardie Gast/Tabatruong Kosakowski/Thompson Fleming/Lee Hardie/Thompson Brigham/Kosakowski Seguso/Tabatruong Inbar/Puget Gast/Lee Brigham/Seguso Brigham/Inbar Puget/Seguso Hardie/Kosakowski Inbar/Seguso Brigham/Puget Seguso/Thompson Hardie/Inbar Kosakowski/Seguso Tabatruong/Thompson TOTALS

#1 3-2 2-4 1-0 5-5 11-11

#2 3-2 1-4 1-0 1-0 6-4 12-10

Individual Doubles Records

Record vs. Ranked Players

Alex Brigham Jake Fleming Jeff Gast Warren Hardie Amit Inbar Daniel Kosakowski Evan Lee Nick Meister Adrien Puget Holden Seguso Maxime Tabatruong Evan Teufel Clay Thompson

Alex Brigham Jake Fleming Jeff Gast Warren Hardie Amit Inbar Daniel Kosakowski Evan Lee Nick Meister Adrien Puget Holden Seguso Maxime Tabatruong Evan Teufel Clay Thompson

15-5 0-1 3-4 18-9 24-15 20-9 0-3 8-3 12-13 12-9 4-4 0-0 10-7

1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 9-12 9-11 0-1 2-1 1-3 0-1 1-1 0-1 7-6

Final Pac-10 Standings

ITA Team Rankings

Team 1. USC 2. Stanford 3. UCLA California Washington 6. Arizona 7. Oregon

Final (May 30) 1. USC 2. Virginia 3. Ohio State 4. Tennessee 5. Georgia 6. Baylor 7. Stanford 8. Kentucky

Pac-10 (Pct.) 6-0 (1.00) 5-1 (.833) 3-3 (.500) 3-3 (.500) 3-3 (.500) 1-5 (.167) 0-6 (.000)

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9. Florida 10. Texas A&M 11. UCLA 12. Duke 12 13. Georgia Tech 14. California 15. Pepperdine 16. Texas 17. Illinois

18. North Carolina 19. Auburn 20. Mississippi State 21. Texas Tech 22. Oklahoma 23. Minnesota 24. Louisville 25. Washington


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S All-Time Letterwinners (1956-2011) A Haythem Abid ...............................2006-07-08-10 Hassan Akmal ...............................................1999 Jim Allen ................................................ 1968-69 Vince Allegre......................................1996-97-98 Elio Alvarez ........................................ 1969-70-71 Stanislav Arsonov ..........................................2007 Arthur Ashe ....................................... 1963-64-65 Jeff Austin ....................................1970-71-72-73 John Austin ....................................... 1976-77-78

B Jean Baker ............................................. 1962-65 David Bain ......................................... 1993-94-95 Bill Barber ....................................1989-90-91-92 Roy Barth .......................................... 1967-68-69 Bill Bartlett.............................................. 1978-79 Mark Basham ...............................1982-83-84-85 Bill Behrens ..................................1989-90-91-92 Russell Berkowitz ..........................................1989 Stanley Benoit...............................................1980 Bobby Berger................................1979-80-82-83 Bill Bethard...................................................1963 Rob Bierens ............................................ 1988-89 Fritz Bissell ...................................1990-91-92-93 Joe Blatchford ..............................................1956 Ron Bohrnstedt .................................. 1967-68-69 Jeff Borowiak..................................... 1969-70-71 Mike Bouck ..................................................1959 Eugen Brazdil................................................2009 Matt Breen ........................................ 1996-97-98 Bruce Brescia ...............................1979-80-81-82 Alex Brigham .......................................... 2010-11 Matt Brooklyn ......................................... 2009-10 Elty Brown ......................................... 1964-65-66 Fritz Buehning......................................... 1978-79 Brett Buffington ...................................... 1983-84 Barry Buss....................................................1983

C Mark Campana ....................................... 1989-90 Bruce Campbell ............................1960-61-62-63 Stafford Carson.............................................1957 Dane Chapin........................................... 1980-81 Willie Chan ............................................. 1957-58 George Chen .......................................... 2004-05 Rae Cho ................................................. 1994-95 Jaysen Chung .................................... 2005-06-07 Tobias Clemens ............................2001-02-03-04 Dean Cohen............................................ 1989-90 Chris Conway ......................................... 2005-06 Danny Conway ........................................ 2001-02 Jimmy Connors.............................................1971 Jason Cook ....................................... 1997-98-99 Mark Copeland ....................................... 1988-90 Ron Cornell........................................ 1970-71-72 Steve Cornell ..................................... 1969-70-71 John Cranston ................................... 1956-57-58 Ian Crookenden..................................1965-66-67 Mark Cullers ........................................... 1978-79 John Cunnea .......................................... 1963-64

D John Davis ........................................ 1981-82-83 Alex Decret ............................................. 1997-98 Mathieu Dehaine...........................2005-06-07-08 Peter deLeon ................................................1964 Erfan Djahangiri ............................2000-01-02-03 Ken Diller ............................................... 1985-86 Adam Draper ................................2006-07-08-09 Jeremy Drean ...............................2005-06-07-08 Jordan Duboff ...............................................1997

E Andrew Eklov .......................................... 2006-07 Randy Ellis .............................................. 1959-60 Luis Enck ............................................... 1975-76

F Buff Farrow...................................1986-87-88-89 Mark Ferriera .......................................... 1985-86 Zack Fleishman ............................................1999

Jake Fleming ..................................... 2009-10-11 Peter Fleming ...............................................1976 Allen Fox ........................................... 1959-60-61 Alberto Francis..............................2002-03-04-05 Mike Franks....................................... 1956-57-58 Jared Freedman ...........................................2001 Marcel Freeman............................1979-80-81-82 Barry Friedman ....................................... 1976-77

G Patrick Galbraith ...........................1986-87-88-89 Craig Garman ...............................................1956 Brian Garrow ..................................... 1987-88-89 Jeff Gast ........................................... 2009-10-11 Graham Giles ................................................1993 Justin Gimelstob ..................................... 1995-96 Drew Gitlin....................................................1977 Tony Graham ..................................... 1976-77-78 Mike Green........................................ 1956-57-58 Brett Greenwood ...........................1984-85-86-87 Rodrigo Grilli ........................................... 2002-03 Jean-Noel Grinda ..........................1998-99-00-01 Gary Grossman ....................................... 1964-68 Ed Grubb ........................................... 1966-67-68 Philipp Gruendler ..........................2004-05-06-07 Mike Gurman ................................................ 2007

H John Hall ........................................... 1960-61-62 Warren Hardie ..............................................2011 Mike Harrington ............................1977-78-79-80 Craig Harter ..................................................1966 Brad Hess.....................................................1988 Chris Ho .......................................................2008 John Houghton .............................................1968 Richard Humphries ................................. 1994-95

I Amit Inbar ......................................... 2009-10-11 Ahmed Ismail.......................................... 2008-09 Ronen Itzhaki ................................................1989

J Jay Jackson .................................1996-97-98-99 Lance Jackson........................................ 2003-04 Sean Jackson ...............................................2007 Robert Janecek.............................1992-93-94-95 Franklin Johnson................................1956-57-58 Jim Johnson .................................................1969

K Al Kabe ........................................................1972 Tom Karp........................................... 1966-67-68 Todd Katz .....................................1980-81-82-83 Ron Kendis ...................................1962-63-64-65 Lassi Ketola ..................................2000-01-02-03 Jim Kilgore ...................................................1963 Kelvin Kim ....................................................2008 Kevin Kim .....................................................1997 Travis Kinard .................................................2003 Jeff Klaparda ................................1982-83-84-85 Mark Knowles .................................... 1990-91-92 Zac Knysh .............................................. 2000-01 Benjamin Kohlloeffel........................... 2005-06-07 Daniel Kosakowski ........................................2011 Brandon Kramer ...........................1997-98-99-00 Bob Kreiss ....................................1970-71-72-73 Mike Kreiss............................................. 1970-71 Nick Kreiss ...................................................2002 Taylor Kreiss .................................................2008 Tommy Kreiss .................................... 1972-74-75 Steve Krulevitz ..............................................1973 Jun Kuki .......................................................1969 Dathan Kuppin ..............................................2009 Michael Kures...............................1983-84-85-86 Kris Kwinta ............................................. 2004-05

L Chris Lam.......................................... 2003-04-05 Jimmy Landes ..............................................1974 John Larson .................................1992-93-94-95 Sebastien LeBlanc .................................. 1993-94 Evan Lee ................................................ 2010-11

Jong-Min Lee ......................................... 1999-00 John Lesch........................................ 1956-57-58 Eric Lin .........................................1994-95-96-97 David Livingston............................1982-83-84-85 Michael Look ................................2006-07-08-09 Tom Loucks ....................................... 1976-77-79 Xavier Luscan ...............................................1999

M Dwight Makoff ........................................ 1956-57 Ken Malley ...................................................1975 Jacques Manset ..................................... 1981-82 Tal Marcus-Russ ..................................... 1996-97 Billy Martin ...................................................1975 Jack Matalsky...............................................1962 Marcin Matkowski .............................. 2001-02-03 Ryan McNaughton.........................................2002 Bob McNown ................................................1964 Nick Meister ...................................... 2008-09-10 Dick Metz ............................................... 1979-80 Tony Mickas .................................................1959 Darren Miller.................................1996-97-98-99 Josh Miller....................................................2008 Mark Miller ...................................1996-97-98-99 Fabio Mion-Bet ....................................... 1980-84 Thorvald Moe.......................................... 1962-63 Heath Montgomery .......................1993-94-95-96 Dean Moore..................................................1959 Steve Mott ....................................1973-74-75-76 Martin Mulligan.............................1992-93-94-95 Srdjan Muskatirovic................................. 1995-96

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Marcin Rozpedski .........................................1999 Jim Ruddick .................................................1959 Herman Rundle .............................................1956 Compton Russell ...........................................1972

S Danny Saltz ..................................1980-81-82-83 Dave Sanderlin .................................. 1963-64-65 Tom Sandor ..................................................1964 Chris Sands ..................................1998-99-00-01 Davide Sanguinetti .................................. 1992-93 Florante Sarmiento ........................................2010 Ian Schindler ..................................... 1975-76-77 Paul Scholtz............................................ 1988-89 Alon Schwartz.................................... 1996-97-98 Rayno Seegers..............................................1973 Spencer Segura ................................. 1972-73-74 Holden Seguso..............................2008-09-10-11 Lev Shvarts............................................. 1994-95 Jason Sher ........................................ 1991-92-93 Tim Sheehan ................................................1989 Anthony Smith ..............................................1988 Doug Smith ..................................................1970 Otis Smith ......................................... 1985-86-87 Harel Srugo ............................................ 2008-09 Forrest Stewart .................................. 1958-59-60 Kallim Stewart ..............................................2010 Bob Stock.....................................................1964 Leif Sunderland.............................................2006 Chris Surapol ................................2003-04-06-07

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Maxime Tabatruong ................................. 2010-11 Eric Taino......................................1994-95-96-97 Jamie Talbot ........................................... 1986-87 Gino Tanasescu....................................... 1964-65 Ferdi Taygan .................................1974-75-76-77 Brian Teacher................................1973-74-75-76 Eliot Teltscher ...............................................1978 Evan Teufel ............................................. 2010-11 Clay Thompson .............................................2011 Jason Thompson..................................... 1996-97 Steve Tidball ...................................... 1966-68-69 Tony Trear.....................................................1982 Tim Trigueiro........................................... 1986-87

Harry Ohls ....................................................1957 Joel Ostroff...................................................1969

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Larry Nagler ......................................1960-61-62 Dan Nahirny..................................1986-87-88-89 David Nainkin ......................................... 1991-92 Jason Netter .................................1988-89-90-91 Noah Newman ........................................ 1998-99 Derrick Nguyen ....................................... 2001-02 Duke Nguyen ...............................................1999 Jason Nguyen .................................... 2004-05-06 Jason Nichinson ...........................................2004 Bruce Nichols ...............................1975-76-77-78

P Paul Palmer ....................................... 1961-62-63 Jon Paley ............................................... 1977-78 Luben Pampoulov ................................... 2004-05 Ken Park ......................................................1995 Dave Parker............................................ 1974-75 Jon Parker......................................... 1993-94-95 Randy Part....................................1981-82-83-85 Charles Pasarell ................................. 1963-64-66 Giora Payes ............................................ 1988-89 Karl Pazdernik...............................1992-93-94-95 Brad Pearce............................................ 1985-86 Norman Perry ...............................1958-59-60-61 Loren Peters ........................................... 1994-95 William Pham ......................................... 1989-90 Darin Pleasant ................................... 1991-92-93 Adrien Puget.................................................2011 Jim Pugh ................................................ 1983-84

Q Matt Quinlan .................................1990-91-92-93 Mark Quinney ......................................... 1989-90

R Haroon Rahim ......................................... 1970-71 Andre Ranadive ............................................2007 Dave Reddie .................................................1962 Dave Reed ......................................... 1963-64-65 Horace Reid ..................................................1974 Travis Rettenmaier .................................. 2000-01 Sergio Rico ...................................................1994 Mark Rifenbark .............................................1981 Dale Rohland ..................................... 1957-58-59 Jean-Julien Rojer ............................... 2000-01-02 Gary Rose..........................................1966-67-68

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Modesto Vasquez ............................... 1969-70-71 Craig Venter..................................1981-82-83-84 Robbie Venter ...............................1978-80-81-82 Ivan Volkov ...................................................1997

W Eric Wee ................................................. 1984-85 Robbie Wendell ....................................... 1990-91 Roger Werksman ............................... 1958-59-60 Blaine Willenborg ..........................1979-80-81-82 Chuck Willenborg .................................... 1983-84 Van Winitsky .................................................1977 Alan Winkler ........................................... 1977-78 Reed Witt .....................................................1964 Ted Wright .............................................. 1957-58

Y Aaron Yovan............................................ 2004-06


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Team Captains & All-Americans

Team Captains (1920-2012) 1920.................... Robert Edwards 1921..................... Samuel Bender 1922.....................Robert Shuman 1923............................Carl Busch 1924..........................Fred Houser 1925..........................Fred Houser 1926........................ Roger Vargas 1927............................Alfred Duff 1928...........................Rod Houser 1929 .........................Robert Laird 1930 ..................Leonard Dworkin 1931 ........................Orville Sholtz 1932..........................Elbert Lewis 1933 ....................Forrest Froelich 1934.......................... Jack Tidball 1935.......................Stanley Briggs 1936....................... Frank Stewart 1937.............................. Hank Uhl 1938..................... Julius Heldman 1939......................Bradley Kendis 1940........................Norton Beach 1941..........................J.D. Morgan 1942..........................Alex Gordon 1943......................Arnold Schwab 1944........................ Vincent Fotre

1945.............................Ralph Witt 1946...........................Noel Brown 1947.......................... Rod Sackett 1948...... Gene Garrett/Ken Nichols 1949.........................Gene Garrett 1950 ...... Glenn Bassett/Herb Flam 1951................... Jack Shoemaker 1952..............................Keith Self 1953.......................Larry Huebner 1954.......Ron Livingston/Bob Perry 1955.............. Dick Doss/Jim Read 1956...................... Joe Blatchford 1957...................... Dwight Makoff 1958.... John Cranston/Mike Green 1959........................ Dale Rohland 1960....................... Norman Perry 1961.............................. Allen Fox 1962..........................Larry Nagler 1963..........................Paul Palmer 1964......... Arthur Ashe/Dave Reed 1965.......................... Arthur Ashe 1966....................Charles Pasarell 1967.....................Ian Crookenden 1968...............Ed Grubb/Tom Karp 1969..........Roy Barth/Steve Tidball

Brad Pearce

Robbie Venter

Chris Surapol

1970........................Jeff Borowiak 1971........................Jeff Borowiak 1972...........................Ron Cornell 1973............................ Jeff Austin 1974.................... Spencer Segura 1975........................Brian Teacher 1976......................... Ferdi Taygan 1977......................... Ferdi Taygan 1978.............T. Graham/B. Nichols 1979.................... Mike Harrington 1980.................... Mike Harrington 1981....................... Robbie Venter 1982....................... Robbie Venter 1983............................. Todd Katz 1984.............J. Klaparda/C. Venter

1985......... M. Basham/J. Klaparda 1986........B. Greenwood/B. Pearce 1987...................Brett Greenwood 1988............B. Farrow/P. Galbraith 1989............B. Farrow/P. Galbraith 1990............................ Bill Barber 1991............................ Bill Barber 1992............................ Bill Barber 1993.........................Matt Quinlan 1994...........R. Janecek/S. LeBlanc 1995.....................Robert Janecek 1996..... H. Montgomery/S. Muskatirovic 1997..................Eric Lin/Eric Taino 1998........................... Matt Breen 1999..................Jean-Noel Grinda

2000.. Jean-Noel Grinda/B. Kramer 2001....Jean-Noel Grinda/C. Sands 2002.................... Erfan Djahangiri 2003..............E. Djahangiri/R. Grilli 2004.............................Chris Lam 2005........ L. Pampoulov/A. Francis 2006......................Ben Kohlloeffel 2007........................Chris Surapol 2008....................... Jeremy Drean 2009......Michael Look/Harel Srugo 2010......................... Nick Meister 2011......... Amit Inbar/Nick Meister 2012......................... Nick Meister

All-Americans (Since 1957)

Ian Crookenden

David Reed ................1963-64-65 Dale Rohland ........................1959 Jean-Julien Rojer ............ 2001-02 Gary Rose.............................1967 David Sanderlin............... 1964-65 Davide Sanguinetti ................1993 Eric Taino........................ 1995-97 Ferdi Taygan ........ 1974-75-76-77 Brian Teacher....... 1973-74-75-76 Eliot Teltscher .......................1978 Steve Tidball .........................1967 Craig Venter..........................1984 Robbie Venter ............1980-81-82 Roger Werksman ............ 1959-60 Blaine Willenborg ............ 1979-80 Van Winitsky .........................1977

Robert Janecek..........1993-94-95 Tom Karp..............................1968 Kevin Kim .............................1997 Jeff Klaparda .............1983-84-85 Mark Knowles ................. 1991-92 Benjamin Kohlloeffel...2005-06-07 Brandon Kramer ............. 1999-00 Bob Kreiss .................1970-72-73 Mike Kreiss...........................1972 Steve Krulevitz ......................1973 Michael Kures............1984-85-86 Kris Kwinta ...........................2004 Sebastien LeBlanc .......... 1993-94 Jong-Min Lee ................. 1999-00 John Lesch..................... 1957-58 Eric Lin ......................1994-95-97 David Livingston....................1984 Billy Martin ...........................1975

Vince Allegre.........................1998 Elio Alvarez ...........................1971 Arthur Ashe ...............1963-64-65 Jeff Austin ...................... 1972-73 John Austin .................... 1977-78 Roy Barth ....................... 1968-69 Mark Basham .......................1984 Bill Behrens ..........................1992 Rob Bierens ..........................1988 Fritz Bissell ...........................1991 Jeff Borowiak.............1969-70-71 Matt Breen ...........................1998 Fritz Buehning.......................1979 Tobias Clemens .........2002-03-04 Jimmy Connors.....................1971 Jason Cook ..........................1999 John Cranston ................ 1957-58 Ian Crookenden .........1965-66-67 Jean-Noel Grinda

Charles Pasarell

John Davis ...........................1981 Ken Diller ....................... 1985-86 Buff Farrow..................... 1988-89 Peter Fleming .......................1976 Allen Fox ...................1959-60-61 Alberto Francis .....................2004 Myron Franks ................. 1957-58 Marcel Freeman... 1979-80-81-82 Pat Galbraith..............1987-88-89 Brian Garrow .............1987-88-89 Justin Gimelstob ...................1996 Tony Graham .................. 1977-78 Mike Green..................... 1957-58 Brett Greenwood ...................1987 Jean-Noel Grinda .......1998-99-01 Philipp Gruendler ..................2006 Mike Harrington ....................1979 Amit Inbar ............................2010

Marcin Matkowski .................2002 Nick Meister .........................2010 Dick Metz .............................1980 Steve Mott ............................1974 Srdjan Muskatirovic...............1996 Larry Nagler...............1960-61-62 Dan Nahirny.................... 1986-87 Jason Netter ................... 1990-91 Bruce Nichols ................. 1977-78 Jon Paley .............................1977 Paul Palmer .................... 1961-62 Luben Pampoulov .................2005 Charles Pasarell .........1963-64-66 Brad Pearce.................... 1985-86 Norman Perry ............1959-60-61 Jim Pugh ..............................1984 Allen Quay ............................1958 Haroon Rahim ............1969-70-71

Tobias Clemens

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Eric Taino


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S ITA Hall of Fame & Award Winners

UCLA defeated Stanford, 4-2 in the finals of the 2001 ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Seattle, Wash.

Intercollegiate Tennis Association Tournament Champions & Awards ITA National Player of the Year Marcel Freeman, 1982 Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 2006

Ted A. Farnsworth Sr. Player of the Year (Southwest Region)

All-American Championships Singles Champions Robbie Venter, 1981

Tobias Clemens, 2004 Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 2007

Glenn Bassett, 1974 Glenn Bassett, 1976 Glenn Bassett, 1993 Billy Martin, 1996

ITA Player to Watch (Southwest Region)

Doubles Champions Patrick Galbraith/Brian Garrow, 1988 Justin Gimelstob/Srdjan Muskatirovic, 1995 Marcin Matkowski/Jean-Julien Rojer, 2001

Jean-Julien Rojer, 2001 Rodrigo Grilli, 2002

ITA Intercollegiate Indoors

ITA National Rookie of the Year

ITA Assistant Coach of the Year (Southwest Region)

Singles Champions Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 2005 Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 2006

Brett Greenwood, 1999 Jason Sher, 2001 Kris Kwinta, 2010

Doubles Champions Kevin Kim/Eric Lin, 1997

ITA National Coach of the Year

Sebastien LeBlanc, 1993 Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 2005

Rafael Osuna/ITA Sportsmanship Award

ITA National Team Indoor Champions 1984 - UCLA def. Stanford, 5-4 1991 - UCLA def. USC, 5-2 1993 - UCLA def. Tennessee, 5-2 1996 - UCLA def. Stanford, 5-1 1997 - UCLA def. Georgia, 4-3 1999 - UCLA def. Illinois, 4-1 2001 - UCLA def. Stanford, 4-2

Jeff Austin, 1973

Hall of Fame Bruins Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Hall of Fame Induction Year. ...................................Name 1983........................................Arthur Ashe ............................................... J.D. Morgan 1984...........................William C. Ackerman 1986.................................. Jimmy Connors 1987.......................................... Herb Flam ......................................... Charles Pasarell 1988............................................Allen Fox 1992.....................................Frank Stewart ................................................Jack Tidball 1993.....................................Glenn Bassett 1996.........................................Billy Martin

Induction Year. ...................................Name 1997.................................. Ian Crookenden .......................................... Robert M. Perry 1998.....................................Peter Fleming 2001..................................... Brian Teacher 2004....................................... Larry Nagler 2006..................................... Jeff Borowiak .............................................Ferdie Taygan 2008........................................... Jim Pugh 2009....................................... Brad Pearce 2011................................. Marcel Freeman

UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame

Benjamin Kohlloeffel defeated Duke’s Ludovic Walter, 7-5, 6-1 in the final of the 2005 ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships at Ohio State University.

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Induction Year ....................................Name 1984........................................Arthur Ashe ............................................. Bill Ackerman ............................................... J.D. Morgan 1987........................................Jack Tidball 1995.................................. Jimmy Connors

Induction Year ....................................Name 1998.....................................Glenn Bassett 2005............................................Allen Fox 2006.......................................... Herb Flam 2011....................................... Larry Nagler


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Pac-10 Conference Honors Team Champions

Doubles Champions

Year ..................................................Coach 1932...................................... Bill Ackerman 1945...................................... Bill Ackerman 1947 (tie)* .............................. Bill Ackerman 1948 (tie)* .............................. Bill Ackerman 1949 (tie)* .............................. Bill Ackerman 1951* ...................................... J.D. Morgan 1952 (tie)* ................................ J.D. Morgan 1954* ...................................... J.D. Morgan 1956* ...................................... J.D. Morgan 1957 (tie)* ................................ J.D. Morgan 1958........................................ J.D. Morgan 1959........................................ J.D. Morgan 1960........................................ J.D. Morgan 1961........................................ J.D. Morgan 1965........................................ J.D. Morgan 1969........................................Glen Bassett 1970........................................Glen Bassett 1971........................................Glen Bassett 1973........................................Glen Bassett 1975........................................Glen Bassett 1976* ......................................Glen Bassett 1977* ......................................Glen Bassett 1981* ......................................Glen Bassett 1982* ......................................Glen Bassett 1985* ......................................Glen Bassett 1986* ......................................Glen Bassett 1989* ....................................Glenn Bassett 1990* ....................................Glenn Bassett 1996* ........................................Billy Martin 1997 (tie)* ..................................Billy Martin 1999 (tie)* ..................................Billy Martin 2002..........................................Billy Martin 2004 (tie) ...................................Billy Martin 2005 (tie) ...................................Billy Martin 2006 (tie) ...................................Billy Martin 2007..........................................Billy Martin 2009..........................................Billy Martin

Year ...................................................Name 1987...................Brian Garrow/Pat Galbraith 1989....................Billy Barber/Mark Quinney 1999........... Jean-Noel Grinda/Jong-Min Lee 2000.............Brandon Kramer/Jong-Min Lee 2002............Marcin Matkowski/Jean-Julien Rojer 2004............ Philipp Gruendler/Luben Pampoulov 2006...........Mathieu Dehaine,/Jeremy Drean

* Pac-10 Southern Division Champs

Doubles Team of the Yr.

Singles Champions

Year ...................................................Name 2000.............Brandon Kramer/Jong-Min Lee 2002.....Marcin Matkowski/Jean-Julien Rojer 2004...................Alberto Francis/Kris Kwinta 2006..........Philipp Gruendler/Ben Kohlloeffel 2007..........Philipp Gruendler/Ben Kohlloeffel

Year ...................................................Name 1930........................................Len Dworkin 1933.........................................Jack Tidball 1937....................................Julius Heldman 1947........................................... Herb Flam 1950........................................... Herb Flam 1951.......................................Robin Willner 1954............................................Bob Perry 1959.............................................Allen Fox 1960........................................ Larry Nagler 1961........................................ Larry Nagler 1962........................................ Larry Nagler 1964.........................................Arthur Ashe 1965.........................................Arthur Ashe 1970..................................... Haroon Rahim 1971...................................... Jeff Borowiak 1975..........................................Billy Martin 1976......................................Peter Fleming 1979..................................... Fritz Buehning 1984..................................... Michael Kures 1986........................................ Brad Pearce 1988....................................... Brian Garrow 1989....................................... Pat Galbraith 1990........................................Jason Netter 1993..........................................Fritz Bissell 2002........................................Rodrigo Grilli 2003............................... Marcin Matkowski

Invitational Singles Champions Year ...................................................Name 1998......................................... Jason Cook 1999................................ Marcin Rozpedski 2000...................................Erfan Djahangiri 2003.................................... Alberto Francis 2004...................................... Chris Surapol 2011..................................... Warren Hardie

Invitational Doubles Champions Year ...................................................Name 1999............. Marcin Rozpedski/Chris Sands 2000............ Lassi Ketola/Travis Rettenmaier

Player of the Year Year ...................................................Name 1976......................................Peter Fleming 1979..................................... Fritz Buehning 1982.................................. Marcel Freeman 1984...................................Michael Kures+ 1989.....................................Brian Garrow+ 1996............................... Justin Gimelstob+ 2003................................... Tobias Clemens ....................................... Marcin Matkowski 2007............................ Benjamin Kohlloeffel

+ Pac-10 Southern Div. Player of the Year

Newcomer of the Year Year ...................................................Name 2000................................ Jean-Julien Rojer 2005............................ Benjamin Kohlloeffel 2011...............................Daniel Kosakowski

Coach of the Year Year ...................................................Name 1979......................................Glenn Bassett 1984......................................Glenn Bassett 1990......................................Glenn Bassett 1993......................................Glenn Bassett 1996..........................................Billy Martin

All-Conference Year ...................................................Name 1988......................................... Buff Farrow ............................................... Brian Garrow 1989......................................... Buff Farrow ............................................... Pat Galbraith ............................................... Brian Garrow 1990........................................Jason Netter

1992......................................... Billy Barber ............................................. Mark Knowles 1993................................... Robert Janecek ....................................... Sebastien LeBlanc 1994................................... Robert Janecek 1995.............................Robert Janecek, 1st .................................. Justin Gimelstob, 2nd 1996........................... Justin Gimelstob, 1st ...............................Srdjan Muskatirovic, 1st ..............................................Eric Taino, 1st 1997..................................Alex Decret , 1st ..............................................Eric Taino, 1st .......................................... Matt Breen, 2nd ............................................ Kevin Kim, 2nd 1998......................... Jean-Noel Grinda , 1st ........................................Vince Allegre, 2nd .......................................... Matt Breen, 2nd 1999.......................... Jean-Noel Grinda, 1st ..........................................Jason Cook, 2nd .................................... Zack Fleishman, HM 2000.......................... Jean-Noel Grinda, 1st ....................................... Jong-Min Lee, 1st .................................... Brandon Kramer, 1st ................................. Jean-Julien Rojer, 2nd 2001.......................... Jean-Julien Rojer, 1st ................................. Jean-Noel Grinda, 2nd 2002.............................Tobias Clemens, 1st ......................................... Rodrigo Grilli, 1st ................................Marcin Matkowski, 2nd ..................................Jean-Julien Rojer, HM 2003.............................Tobias Clemens, 1st ................................. Marcin Matkowski, 1st ........................................Rodrigo Grilli, 2nd ....................................Erfan Djahangiri, HM ............................................ Chris Lam, HM 2004.............................Tobias Clemens, 1st ............................................Chris Lam, 2nd ................................. Luben Pampoulov, HM 2005......................Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 1st ..................................Luben Pampoulov, 1st ...........................................Kris Kwinta, HM 2006......................Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 1st ...................................... Haythem Abid, 2nd ........................................Chris Surapol, HM 2007............................... Haythem Abid, 1st ..............................Benjamin Kohlloeffel, 1st .......................................Chris Surapol, 2nd .................................. Philipp Gruendler, HM 2008...........................Mathieu Dehaine, 1st .......................................... Harel Srugo, 1st .....................................Holden Seguso, 2nd 2009............................... Haythem Abid, 1st ...................................... Matt Brooklyn, 2nd ....................................... Michael Look, 2nd ......................................... Nick Meister, HM ..................................... Holden Seguso, HM .......................................... Harel Srugo, HM 2010..................................Nick Meister, 1st ...................................... Matt Brooklyn, 2nd ............................................Amit Inbar, 2nd ....................................... Haythem Abid, HM 2011........................ Daniel Kosakowski, 1st ............................................Amit Inbar, 2nd .....................................Clay Thompson, HM

1996.........................................Eric Lin, 1st .................................. Justin Gimelstob, 2nd 1997.........................................Eric Lin, 1st ..................................Jason Thompson, 2nd 1998................................Vince Allegre, 2nd ..........................................Alex Decret, 2nd 2001................................. Chris Sands, 2nd 2002............................Tobias Clemens, 2nd ....................................Erfan Djahangiri, HM 2003............................Tobias Clemens, 2nd ....................................Erfan Djahangiri, HM 2004.....................................Chris Lam, 1st ....................................Tobias Clemens, 2nd .................................Luben Pampoulov, 2nd ........................................Chris Surapol, HM 2005.....................................Chris Lam, 1st .................................Luben Pampoulov, 2nd ............................. Benjamin Kohlloeffel, HM 2006...........................Mathieu Dehaine, 1st ....................................... Jeremy Drean, 1st .................................. Philipp Gruendler, HM ............................. Benjamin Kohlloeffel, HM ........................................Chris Surapol, HM 2007...........................Mathieu Dehaine, 1st ....................................... Jeremy Drean, 1st ........................................ Michael Look, 1st ............................. Benjamin Kohlloeffel, HM ........................................Chris Surapol, HM 2008...........................Mathieu Dehaine, 1st ....................................... Jeremy Drean, 1st ........................................ Michael Look, 1st 2009................................ Michael Look, 1st ......................................... Nick Meister, HM .......................................... Harel Srugo, HM 2010.................................Nick Meister, 2nd ......................................Kallim Stewart, 2nd .............................................Amit Inbar, HM 2011....................................Amit Inbar, 2nd

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Year ...................................................Name 2008................................. Mathieu Dehaine 2009.......................................Michael Look

Pac-10 Medal Winner Year ...................................................Name 2009.......................................Michael Look

All-Academic Selections Year ...................................................Name 1992.....................................Bill Barber, 1st 1995.........................................Eric Lin, 1st

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Marcin Matkowski defeated Washington’s Alex Vlaski, 6-4, 6-2 in the 2003 Pac-10 singles final. For his efforts, he was named the Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year with teammate Tobias Clemens.


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Bruin Greats

Bill Ackerman 1921-1950 William C. “Bill” Ackerman first became associated with UCLA as a freshman in 1920. In 1921, Ackerman’s sophomore year as a Bruin netter, he was named head coach of the UCLA men’s tennis team. That season, the Bruins won their first of five straight Southern Conference Championships. UCLA, then known as the University of California, Southern Branch, joined the Pacific Coast Conference in 1925. Seven years later, Ackerman guided the Bruins to a PCC team title (1932). His Bruins won nine more PCC titles until his retirement following the 1950 season. Ackerman coached the UCLA men’s tennis team to its first NCAA Team Championship in 1950, the first such title for any UCLA sports program. He also coached UCLA’s first-ever NCAA singles champ Jack Tidball (1933) and UCLA’s first player to capture an NCAA singles and doubles crown in the same year in Herb Flam (1950). Flam collected the doubles title with Gene Garrett, another of Ackerman’s star players. Ackerman was inducted into the Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame at the 100th NCAA Tennis Championships (1984) held at the University of Georgia. Ironically, 1984 was the same year that UCLA’s third-ever head coach and former Ackerman pupil, Glenn Bassett, coached the Bruins to an NCAA team title with a 5-4 victory over Stanford. Ackerman, who passed away in 1988 at the age of 85, was also a charter member of the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame, and UCLA’s Student Union was renamed the William C. Ackerman Student Union in 1967.

J.D. Morgan 1951-1966 J.D. Morgan, the second head coach of the UCLA men’s tennis team, catapulted the Bruins to more success in the 1950’s and ’60’s. Just one year after taking over the helm from Ackerman, Morgan guided UCLA to an NCAA team championship (1952). He was the first UCLA coach in any sport to take the Bruins not only to back-to-back titles but also to three consecutive NCAA titles (1952, ’53 and ’54). Under his guidance, the Bruins won seven NCAA crowns, four in the 1950’s (1952, ’53, ’54 and ’56) and three in the 1960’s (1960, ’61 and ’65). He was the first coach in NCAA history to guide his team to three consecutive NCAA men’s tennis team titles. Morgan’s Bruins also finished in second place four times. He produced four NCAA singles champions and five NCAA doubles team champions in his 16-year tenure. He coached tennis greats Arthur Ashe, Charles Pasarell, Bob Perry and Ian Crookenden, to name a few. The NCAA singles champions during his tenure included Larry Nagler (1960), Allen Fox (1961), Ashe (1965) and Pasarell (1966). The NCAA doubles champions he coached included Perry-Larry Huebner (1953), Perry-Ron Livingston (1954), Fox-Nagler (1960), Ashe-Crookenden (1965) and Pasarell-Crookenden (1966). Morgan was inducted into the ITA Collegiate Hall of Fame in 1983. In his honor, the building that currently houses the athletic department offices and connects with the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame is named the J.D. Morgan Center.

Glenn Bassett 1967-1993 Glenn Bassett maintained the tradition of Ackerman and Morgan from 1967 to 1993, collecting seven NCAA team championships and 13 Pac 8/10 titles. In his 27 years at the helm he never had a losing season. In addition, he produced three NCAA singles champions, four NCAA doubles team champions and 49 All-Americans. He is the only coach in NCAA history to win an NCAA tennis title as a player (one), assistant coach (five) and head coach (seven). Including his years as an assistant coach, he has worked with some of tennis’ most recognized players, including national champions Arthur Ashe, Ian Crookenden, Billy Martin and Jimmy Connors, and 1992 Olympian Mark Knowles. He finished his career ranked as the nation’s winningest (by percentage) active Division-I men’s tennis coach, having compiled an impressive dual match record of 592-92-2 (.864). After retiring from UCLA, Bassett joined the Pepperdine staff for two years. He continues to be a supporter of the Bruin program, attending home matches at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

Jimmy Connors 1971 Jimmy Connors, one of the few professional athletes in the world who remained a force in his respective sport for two entire decades, began his tennis success on the collegiate level as a player at UCLA. Connors played a key role in the Bruins’ 10th NCAA team championship when he captured the 1971 NCAA singles crown. The 1971 squad posted an impressive 17-0 record, one of only six undefeated years. Not only was he a key singles player during the 1971 year, but he also teamed up with Jeff Austin to post the team’s best doubles record that season with a 9-1 mark.

Left to Right: J.D. Morgan, Glenn Bassett and Bill Ackerman

He won every major championship except the French Open and is the only player in tennis history to have won the U.S. Open on three different surfaces (grass, clay and hardcourt). He reached the quarterfinals or better at the U.S. Open 17 out of 18 years, spanning from 1973-89 and 1991. Connors ranks as the all-time leader for most matches won at Wimbledon (84) and the U.S. Open (97). The left-hander was also a talented doubles player on the pro level, owning 19 doubles titles, two of which were Grand Slams (1973 Wimbledon and 1975 U.S. Open). His highest doubles ranking was fifth on April 25, 1976. On the professional circuit, he spent more weeks at the No. 1 spot than anyone in the history of the ATP rankings — 158 spanning from July 29, 1974 to Aug. 16, 1977. Born Sept. 2, 1952, Connors remained one of the world’s top tennis players until his retirement in 1993. In all, Connors competed on the pro tour for a remarkable 21 years, even reaching the semifinals of the 1991 U.S. Open at the age of 39.

Arthur Ashe 1963-65 Arthur Ashe, one of tennis’ all-time greats, began his climb to success at UCLA in 1962. He was the first prominent African-American male tennis player to grace both the collegiate and professional tennis scenes. As a freshman at UCLA, he was ranked No. 18 nationally and No. 6 in Southern California. In 1962, he was named a member of the American Junior Davis Cup squad and was the 1962 All-University of California singles and doubles champ (with Charles Pasarell). Ashe’s sophomore season at UCLA was just as successful as he reached the third round of the Wimbledon Championships and the quarterfinals of the NCAA singles championships. He finished the year ranked sixth nationally and second in Southern California. The 1963 U.S. Davis Cup member also became the first African-American to be ranked in America’s “First 10” during his sophomore campaign. Ashe co-captained the 1964 UCLA team that finished as the NCAA runner-up for the third straight time in as many years. Ranked third nationally and second in Southern California, Ashe was a 1964 NCAA singles semifinalist and NCAA doubles finalist. His collegiate career peaked in 1965 when he brought home the coveted NCAA singles title and captained UCLA to an NCAA team title after a three-year run as NCAA runners-up. Ashe also teamed with Ian Crookenden for the 1965 NCAA doubles title, posting a 14-3 record in doubles play on the year. In singles, Ashe compiled a 36-4 record on the season, and picked up the NCAA title and AAWU singles titles. He was also the Southern California Intercollegiate champ, Ojai Tournament champion, Southern California championships finalist and Thunderbird Invitational finalist. Finishing the year ranked second nationally, he helped UCLA to a perfect 11-0 season. The year 1965 also marked the second time he was selected to the U.S. Davis Cup team. Ashe, who was also a Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity member, earned four letters in tennis (1961-64). He graduated in June, 1966 with a degree in Business Administration. He enjoyed an illustrious professional career with three Grand Slam singles titles (1968 U.S. Open, 1970 Australian Open and 1975 Wimbledon) and two doubles (1971 French Open and 1977 Australian Open) crowns to his credit. Ashe was a founding father of the present-day Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Sports Illustrated named him the 1992 Sportsman of the Year, the third of his four appearances on the magazine’s cover. Arthur Ashe, Jr., passed away on Feb. 6, 1993.

After turning pro in 1972, Connors captured one Australian Open title (1974), two Wimbledon titles (1974 and ’82) and five U.S. Open Championships (1974, ’76, ’78, ’82 and ’83).

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Professional Success Bruins in the ATP Rankings Singles (Top 100) Name .....................................Rank ........................... Year Jimmy Connors........................... 1 ............................. 1974 Arthur Ashe ................................ 2 ............................. 1976 Eliot Teltscher ............................. 6 ............................. 1982 Brian Teacher.............................. 7 ............................. 1981 Peter Fleming ............................. 8 ............................. 1980 Fritz Buehning............................ 21 ............................ 1981 Jeff Borowiak............................. 25 ............................ 1977 Billy Martin ................................ 32 ............................ 1975 Charles Pasarell ......................... 35 ............................ 1974 Van Winitsky .............................. 35 ............................ 1982 Jim Pugh ................................... 37 ............................ 1987 Davide Sanguinetti ..................... 42 ............................ 2002 Haroon Rahim ............................ 44 ............................ 1977 Marcel Freeman......................... 46 ............................ 1986 Blaine Willenborg ....................... 50 ............................ 1984 Jeff Austin ................................. 52 ............................ 1973 Justin Gimelstob ........................ 63 ............................ 1999 Kevin Kim .................................. 63 ............................ 2005 Ferdi Taygan .............................. 67 ............................ 1979 John Austin ............................... 70 ............................ 1982 Brad Pearce............................... 71 ............................ 1990 Steve Krulevitz ........................... 74 ............................ 1974 Bob Kreiss ................................. 84 ............................ 1974 Brian Garrow ............................. 93 ............................ 1990 Mark Knowles ............................ 96 ............................ 1996

Jimmy Connors held the ATP’s No. 1 ranking for 160 consecutive weeks from July 29, 1974, to August 22, 1977.

Doubles (Top 50)

Davide Sanguinetti

Arthur Ashe

Kevin Kim

Mark Knowles

Charles Pasarell

Justin Gimelstob

ATP TENNIS

Name .....................................Rank ........................... Year Peter Fleming ............................. 1 ............................. 1984 Pat Galbraith............................... 1 ............................. 1993 Mark Knowles ............................. 1 ............................. 2002 Jim Pugh .................................... 1 ............................. 1989 Marcin Matkowski ....................... 9 ............................. 2011 Jean-Julien Rojer ....................... 17 ............................ 2011 Justin Gimelstob ........................ 18 ............................ 2000 Brad Pearce............................... 24 ............................ 1993 Eliot Teltscher ............................ 38 ............................ 1985 Brian Garrow ............................. 42 ............................ 1991

Marcin Matkowski

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Grand Slam Titles/Davis Cup Players

Arthur Ashe (right) defeated fellow Bruin Jimmy Connors, 6-1, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 in the 1975 Wimbledon final.

Mark Knowles is a four-time Grand Slam doubles champion.

Grand Slam Titles (41)

Davis Cup Players (27)

Player ............................................................. Title

Name ........................ Singles ...............Doubles ..............First Year................. Ties ........................Country

Bob Perry ................................1956 French Open (doubles) Arthur Ashe ................................................ 1968 US Open Arthur Ashe .......................................1970 Australian Open Arthur Ashe .............................1971 French Open (doubles) Jimmy Connors.......................... 1973 Wimbledon (doubles) Jimmy Connors..................................1974 Australian Open Jimmy Connors.........................................1974 Wimbledon Jimmy Connors............................................ 1974 US Open Arthur Ashe ..............................................1975 Wimbledon Jimmy Connors..............................1975 US Open (doubles) Jimmy Connors............................................ 1976 US Open Arthur Ashe .........................1977 Australian Open (doubles) Jimmy Connors............................................ 1978 US Open Peter Fleming ............................ 1979 Wimbledon (doubles) Peter Fleming ................................1979 US Open (doubles) Brian Teacher ....................................1980 Australian Open Billy Martin .................................1980 French Open (mixed) Peter Fleming ............................ 1981 Wimbledon (doubles) Peter Fleming ................................1981 US Open (doubles) Ferdi Taygan ............................1982 French Open (doubles) Jimmy Connors.........................................1982 Wimbledon Jimmy Connors............................................ 1982 US Open Peter Fleming ............................ 1983 Wimbledon (doubles) Peter Fleming ................................1983 US Open (doubles) Jimmy Connors............................................ 1983 US Open Peter Fleming ............................ 1984 Wimbledon (doubles) Jim Pugh.............................1988 Australian Open (doubles) Jim Pugh............................... 1988 Australian Open (mixed) Jim Pugh..........................................1988 US Open (mixed) Jim Pugh.............................1989 Australian Open (doubles) Jim Pugh............................... 1989 Australian Open (mixed) Jim Pugh...................................... 1989 Wimbledon (mixed) Jim Pugh................................... 1990 Wimbledon (doubles) Patrick Galbraith .............................1994 U.S. Open (mixed) Patrick Galbraith .............................1996 U.S. Open (mixed) Justin Gimelstob .................... 1998 Australian Open (mixed) Justin Gimelstob .........................1998 French Open (mixed) Mark Knowles ......................2002 Australian Open (doubles) Mark Knowles .............................. 2004 U.S. Open (doubles) Mark Knowles ..........................2007 French Open (doubles) Mark Knowles ............................... 2009 Wimbledon (mixed)

Haythem Abid ....................21-11 ....................... 9-5 ......................... 2001 ......................... 12 ................................. Tunisia Elio Alvarez ..........................2-0 ......................... 4-4 ......................... 1970 .......................... 8 ...............................Argentina Arthur Ashe ........................27-5 ........................ 1-1 ......................... 1963 ......................... 18 ........................ United States Jimmy Connors...................10-3 ........................ 0-0 ......................... 1976 .......................... 7 ......................... United States Ian Crookenden ...................3-6 ......................... 1-3 ......................... 1962 .......................... 5 ......................... New Zealand Herb Flam ..........................10-2 ........................ 2-0 ......................... 1951 .......................... 8 ......................... United States Peter Fleming ......................0-0 ........................ 14-1 ........................ 1979 ......................... 15 ........................ United States Allen Fox .............................2-0 ......................... 0-0 ......................... 1963 .......................... 1 ......................... United States Patrick Galbraith ..................0-0 ......................... 1-1 ......................... 1996 .......................... 2 ......................... United States Justin Gimelstob ..................0-1 ......................... 0-2 ......................... 1998 .......................... 2 ......................... United States Lassi Ketola .........................0-0 ......................... 0-1 ......................... 2004 .......................... 1 .................................. Finland Mark Knowles ....................23-25 ...................... 18-7 ........................ 1989 ......................... 29 ..............................Bahamas Steve Krulevitz .....................4-3 ......................... 0-2 ......................... 1978 .......................... 4 .....................................Israel Jun Kuki .............................11-6 ........................ 0-0 ......................... 1971 .......................... 9 ....................................Japan Sebastien LeBlanc ...............1-0 ......................... 0-0 ......................... 1997 .......................... 1 ................................. Canada Marcin Matkowski ................4-1 ........................ 15-7 ........................ 2000 ......................... 22 ..................................Poland Srdjan Muskatirovic..............1-4 ......................... 0-1 ......................... 1991 .......................... 3 ............................. Yugoslavia Charles Pasarell ...................3-0 ......................... 3-1 ......................... 1966 .......................... 5 ......................... United States Bob Perry ............................1-1 ......................... 1-0 ......................... 1952 .......................... 2 ......................... United States Jim Pugh .............................0-0 ......................... 6-0 ......................... 1990 .......................... 6 ......................... United States Haroon Rahim ......................2-3 ......................... 1-3 ......................... 1965 .......................... 4 ................................ Pakistan Jean-Julien Rojer ................28-6 ....................... 12-3 ........................ 1998 ......................... 29 .............. Netherlands Antilles Compton Russell ..................0-3 ......................... 0-2 ......................... 1971 .......................... 3 ............Caribbean/West Indies Davide Sanguinetti .............11-10 ....................... 0-1 ......................... 1998 ......................... 12 ......................................Italy Eric Taino.............................8-2 ......................... 4-2 ......................... 2006 ......................... 10 ............................Philippines Eliot Teltscher ......................5-4 ......................... 0-0 ......................... 1982 .......................... 5 ......................... United States Modesto Vasquez .................1-1 ......................... 1-1 ......................... 1968 .......................... 2 ...............................Argentina

Ian Crookenden (New Zealand)

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Jim Pugh (United States)

Haythem Abid (Tunisia)


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S NCAA Championship History

UCLA upset top-seeded and undefeated Baylor, 4-3 in the 2005 NCAA Final in College Station, Texas. It marked the program’s first title since 1984 and Billy Martin’s first as head coach.

NCAA Team

NCAA Singles

Year ......................................... Coach

Year ..........................................Name

1950.......................................Bill Ackerman 1952.........................................J.D. Morgan 1953.........................................J.D. Morgan 1954.........................................J.D. Morgan 1956.........................................J.D. Morgan 1960.........................................J.D. Morgan 1961.........................................J.D. Morgan 1965.........................................J.D. Morgan 1970...................................... Glenn Bassett 1971...................................... Glenn Bassett 1975...................................... Glenn Bassett 1976...................................... Glenn Bassett 1979...................................... Glenn Bassett 1982...................................... Glenn Bassett 1984...................................... Glenn Bassett 2005.......................................... Billy Martin

1933......................................... Jack Tidball 1950............................................Herb Flam 1960.........................................Larry Nagler 1961............................................. Allen Fox 1965......................................... Arthur Ashe 1966................................... Charles Pasarell 1970.......................................Jeff Borowiak 1971....................................Jimmy Connors 1975.......................................... Billy Martin 2006.............................Benjamin Kohlloeffel

Jimmy Connors (left) and Glenn Bassett in 1971

NCAA Doubles Year ........................................Names 1950........................Herb Flam/Gene Garrett 1953...................... Larry Huebner/Bob Perry 1954......................Ron Livingston/Bob Perry 1960.......................... Allen Fox/Larry Nagler 1965.......................... A. Ashe/I. Crookenden 1966......................I. Crookenden/C. Pasarell 1971........................... J. Borowiak/H. Rahim 1976............................. P. Fleming/F. Taygan 1978.............................. J. Austin/B. Nichols 1988...........................P. Galbraith/B. Garrow 1996................. J. Gimelstob/S. Muskatirovic

1996 NCAA Doubles Champ Justin Gimelstob

UCLA upset top-seeded and undefeated Baylor, 4-3 in the 2005 NCAA Final in College Station, TX.

Coach J.D. Morgan (left) and Arthur Ashe in 1965. Ashe won the NCAA Triple Crown that year.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S The Los Angeles Tennis Center

With the ability to hold more than 10,000 spectators, the Los Angeles Tennis Center is one of the nation’s premier on-campus facilities.

The Los Angeles Tennis Center Located on the UCLA campus nestled just west of Pauley Pavilion and south of Drake Stadium is the impressive Los Angeles Tennis Center: home to both UCLA men’s and women’s tennis teams. The LATC was the first large-scale outdoor tennis stadium opened in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and was officially dedicated on May 20, 1984, just in time to host the 1984 NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships and the 1984 Olympic Games. Since then, the LATC has been site of several top collegiate and professional tournaments. The NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships returned to the LATC in 1987 and ’88, while the NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships called the LATC home in 1997.

The front entrance to the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

On the professional level, the LATC has been a regular stop of the ATP Tour for many years. The first tournament held at the LATC, the Union 76 Pacific Southwest Open, featured former Bruins Jimmy Connors and Eliot Teltscher in the finals. The tournament, renamed The LA Open, continues to thrive at the LATC each summer. The LATC features eight lighted, hard-surface courts, a 5,800-permanent seat grandstand around the three main courts and a two-level clubhouse. At full capacity, the LATC can accommodate more than 10,000 spectators. The clubhouse contains locker rooms, coaches’ offices and team rooms for both the UCLA men’s and women’s teams, as well as offices for the Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA). The second level of the clubhouse features a 4,000-square foot indoor dining area and kitchen. Center court is called the Times-Mirror Center Court. The stadium is named the Straus Stadium and Clubhouse.

In addition to the three stadium courts, the LATC features five back courts.

A recent addition to the LATC came in 2005 when the Greiner Family Scoreboard was added to the back courts. Prior to that, the Budge Offer Family Scoreboard was added to the stadium courts in 2000. Both scoreboards enable fans to follow the action on every court from either location. The newest project at the LATC was completed in January of 2010, as both the men’s and women’s teams received a complete renovation of their locker rooms.

The men’s and women’s locker rooms were renovated in 2010.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Season Results (1981-2011) @ USC ................................L, 5-4 CAL....................................W, 9-0 STANFORD .........................W, 6-3 PEPPERDINE........................L, 5-4 @ Stanford ..........................L, 7-2 @ Cal.................................W, 9-0 USC ...................................W, 6-3 vs. LSU%............................W, 6-0 vs. Auburn% .......................W, 5-2 vs. Pepperdine% .................W, 5-3 vs. Stanford% .....................W, 5-4 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1985 31-4 Overall; 9-1 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

The 1984 Bruins posted a 31-3 overall record en route to the program’s 15th NCAA Championship.

1981 24-3 Overall; 9-1 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

FRESNO ST. ........................W, 8-1 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 REDLANDS .........................W, 8-1 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 CLEMSON ..........................W, 8-1 @ Trinity .............................W, 7-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 9-0 VANDERBILT .......................W, 8-1 @ Pepperdine......................L, 7-2 SMU...................................W, 7-2 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 9-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-2 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 8-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 7-2 @ ASU ...............................W, 9-0 @ Cal.................................W, 5-4 @ Stanford ..........................L, 6-3 @ USC ...............................W, 5-4 ARIZONA ............................W, 6-3 ASU ...................................W, 9-0 USC ...................................W, 7-2 STANFORD .........................W, 5-4 CAL....................................W, 7-2 vs. Michigan% ....................W, 6-3 vs. Arkansas% ....................W, 5-4 vs. USC% ...........................W, 5-4 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 5-4 % - NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1982 30-3 Overall; 10-0 Pac-10 NCAA: 1st / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

REDLANDS .........................W, 9-0 UCSB .................................W, 8-1 CS BAKERSFIELD ................W, 7-2 SDSU .................................W, 7-2 CLEMSON ..........................W, 8-1 @ Pepperdine......................L, 6-3 vs. Utah&............................W, 5-1 vs. Georgia& ........................L, 5-4 vs. Clemson& ......................L, 5-4

UC IRVINE...........................W, 9-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-2 UTAH..................................W, 7-2 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 5-4 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 7-2 SOUTH CAROLINA...............W, 9-0 SMU...................................W, 7-2 PRINCETON ........................W, 8-1 HARVARD ...........................W, 5-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 7-2 @ Arizona ..........................W, 7-2 USC ...................................W, 5-4 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 7-2 CAL....................................W, 8-1 STANFORD .........................W, 7-2 ASU ...................................W, 8-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-2 @ Stanford .........................W, 7-2 @ Cal.................................W, 9-0 @ USC ...............................W, 7-2 vs. Harvard% ......................W, 5-1 vs. TCU%............................W, 6-0 @ Georgia% .......................W, 5-4 vs. Pepperdine% .................W, 5-1 & - National Team Indoors, % - NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1983 25-9 Overall; 5-5 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: T-3rd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

REDLANDS .........................W, 9-0 UC IRVINE...........................W, 9-0 SDSU .................................W, 9-0 BYU....................................W, 9-0 @ Pepperdine......................L, 6-3 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 8-1 vs. Wichita St.&...................W, 7-2 vs. Trinity& ..........................W, 5-4 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 9-0 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 7-2 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 9-0 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 8-1 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 SOUTH CAROLINA...............W, 5-2 ARKANSAS .........................W, 5-2 SMU....................................L, 5-4

PRINCETON ........................W, 7-2 CLEMSON ..........................W, 8-1 PEPPERDINE........................L, 7-2 UTAH..................................W, 6-3 HARVARD ...........................W, 6-3 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-4 @ ASU ...............................W, 9-0 USC ....................................L, 5-4 TRINITY ..............................W, 5-4 @ Cal..................................L, 3-6 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-5 ARIZONA ............................W, 9-0 ASU ...................................W, 8-1 STANFORD ..........................L, 6-3 CAL....................................W, 6-3 @ USC ................................L, 8-1 vs. Michigan% ....................W, 5-2 vs. Pepperdine% ..................L, 5-4 & - Nat. Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1984 31-3 Overall; 8-2 Pac-10 NCAA: 1st / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

REDLANDS .........................W, 9-0 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 9-0 UC IRVINE...........................W, 8-1 BYU....................................W, 9-0 vs. Auburn& ........................W, 6-3 vs. Pepperdine&..................W, 5-4 vs. USC& ............................W, 5-4 vs. Stanford& ......................W, 6-3 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 9-0 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 8-1 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 6-3 LSU ....................................W, 9-0 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 9-0 PRINCETON ........................W, 8-1 SMU...................................W, 5-4 ASU ...................................W, 9-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 9-0 MIAMI ................................W, 8-1 AUBURN .............................W, 6-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 9-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 9-0

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UC SAN DIEGO....................W, 9-0 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 5-4 SDSU .................................W, 9-0 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 vs. Texas& ..........................W, 5-3 vs. Harvard& .......................W, 6-2 vs. USC& .............................L, 5-3 vs. SMU& ............................L, 5-2 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 9-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 9-0 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 6-3 UC IRVINE...........................W, 9-0 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 7-2 GEORGIA TECH ...................W, 8-1 ASU ...................................W, 8-1 DUKE .................................W, 9-0 TEXAS A&M ........................W, 6-3 PRINCETON ........................W, 9-0 CLEMSON ..........................W, 7-2 @ USC ...............................W, 5-4 @ Arizona ..........................W, 9-0 @ ASU ...............................W, 9-0 ILLINOIS .............................W, 9-0 @ Cal.................................W, 6-3 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-4 USC ...................................W, 5-4 STANFORD .........................W, 8-1 CAL....................................W, 9-0 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 9-0 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 8-1 CAL POLY ...........................W, 8-1 vs. Miami%.........................W, 5-2 vs. Clemson% .....................W, 5-3 vs. SMU%...........................W, 5-4 @ Georgia% ........................L, 5-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1986 29-2 Overall; 10-0 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

CAL POLY ...........................W, 9-0 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-2 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 9-0 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 5-4 SOUTH CAROLINA...............W, 7-2 LSU ....................................W, 7-2 vs. Oklahoma& ...................W, 5-1 vs. Clemson& ......................L, 5-4 vs. Cal&..............................W, 5-1

GEORGIA TECH ...................W, 8-1 ASU ...................................W, 9-0 KANSAS .............................W, 8-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 9-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 8-1 MIAMI ................................W, 7-2 CLEMSON ..........................W, 6-3 USC ...................................W, 5-4 PRINCETON ........................W, 7-2 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 8-1 @ Stanford .........................W, 5-4 @ Cal.................................W, 5-4 @ USC ...............................W, 5-4 CAL....................................W, 8-1 STANFORD .........................W, 7-2 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 6-3 UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-2 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 8-1 vs. Minnesota% ..................W, 5-0 vs. Texas% .........................W, 5-2 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 5-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1987 23-8 Overall; 6-3 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

SDSU .................................W, 9-0 CAL POLY ...........................W, 9-0 UNLV ..................................W, 9-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 9-0 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 8-1 GEORGIA TECH ...................W, 9-0 UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-2 ASU ...................................W, 6-3 LONG BEACH ST. .................L, 5-4 vs. TCU& ............................W, 5-3 vs. Cal&..............................W, 5-3 vs. USC& .............................L, 5-2 UCSB ..................................L, 5-4 TEXAS ................................W, 5-4 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 9-0 MARYLAND ........................W, 8-1 @ USC ................................L, 5-1 WICHITA ST.........................W, 9-0 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-2 @ Arizona ..........................W, 9-0 STANFORD .........................W, 8-1 CAL....................................W, 6-3 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 7-2 USC ....................................L, 8-1 @ Cal..................................L, 5-4 @ Stanford .........................W, 8-1 PEPPERDINE........................L, 5-3 vs. TCU%............................W, 5-1 vs. Miami%.........................W, 5-1 vs. Tennessee% ..................W, 5-2 @ Georgia% ........................L, 5-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1988 17-10 Overall; 6-4 Pac-10 NCAA: T-9th / Pac-10: 3rd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

CAL POLY ...........................W, 8-1 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 8-1


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Season Results (1981-2011) SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-2 CHAPMAN ..........................W, 9-0 ASU ...................................W, 6-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-1 vs. UC Irvine& ......................L, 5-2 vs. SW Louisiana& ...............L, 5-3 vs. South Carolina ...............W, 5-3 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-3 SAN JOSE ST. ......................L, 5-2 WEST VIRGINIA ...................W, 5-3 PRINCETON ........................W, 5-1 KENTUCKY...........................L, 5-2 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-4 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-3 @ Cal.................................W, 5-1 USC ....................................L, 6-2 CAL....................................W, 6-0 STANFORD ..........................L, 5-2 @ USC ................................L, 5-4 UC IRVINE...........................W, 5-3 @ Pepperdine......................L, 5-1 @ Georgia% ........................L, 5-4 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1989 26-4 Overall; 9-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

SDSU .................................W, 8-1 UC IRVINE...........................W, 6-3 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-2 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 7-2 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 8-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 9-0 ASU ...................................W, 7-2 vs. Miami& .........................W, 6-0 vs. South Carolina& ..............L, 5-3 vs. USC& ............................W, 5-3 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 9-0 MICHIGAN ..........................W, 8-1 NOTRE DAME .....................W, 7-2 WEST VIRGINIA ...................W, 9-0 USC ...................................W, 5-1 MIAMI ................................W, 5-2 KENTUCKY..........................W, 6-0 HARVARD ...........................W, 9-0 @ ASU ...............................W, 6-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-0 STANFORD .........................W, 5-1 CAL....................................W, 6-3 UCSB .................................W, 9-0 @ USC ...............................W, 5-3 @ Cal.................................W, 5-4 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-2 @ UC Irvine .........................L, 5-4 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-2 vs. Utah% ...........................W, 5-1 vs. TCU%.............................L, 5-4 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1990 27-4 Overall; 8-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

UCSB .................................W, 6-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 5-4 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 7-2 WASHINGTON .....................W, 5-2 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 8-1 ASU ...................................W, 6-0 @ Pepperdine......................L, 5-4 vs. Clemson& .....................W, 6-3 vs. Cal&...............................L, 5-3 vs. Alabama&......................W, 5-1 CAL STATE HAYWARD .........W, 9-0 UC RIVERSIDE .....................W, 9-0 WEST VIRGINIA ...................W, 6-3 @ USC ...............................W, 5-4 UC IRVINE...........................W, 5-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-3 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-1 USC ...................................W, 5-1 CAL....................................W, 5-2 STANFORD .........................W, 7-2 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-1 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 5-3 @ UC Irvine ........................W, 6-3 vs. San Diego%...................W, 5-1 vs. Cal% .............................W, 5-3 vs. Tennessee% ...................L, 5-4 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Los Angeles - USC)

1991 27-4 Overall; 7-3 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

UNLV ..................................W, 9-0 LONG BEACH ST. ................W, 9-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 9-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 7-2 WASHINGTON .....................W, 8-1 UCSB .................................W, 5-1 SDSU .................................W, 8-1 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 9-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-1 ASU ...................................W, 6-0 vs. North Carolina& .............W, 5-1 vs. Tennessee& ...................W, 5-4 vs. Georgia& .......................W, 5-2 vs. USC& ............................W, 5-2 @ UC Irvine ........................W, 5-3 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 7-1 WEST VIRGINIA ...................W, 5-1 NOTRE DAME .....................W, 5-2 WISCONSIN ........................W, 6-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-3 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-1 USC ....................................L, 5-2 STANFORD .........................W, 5-1 CAL....................................W, 5-2 CAL POLY ...........................W, 6-0 @ USC ................................L, 6-0 @ Cal.................................W, 5-2 @ Stanford ..........................L, 6-1 UC IRVINE...........................W, 6-0 vs. Mississippi St.% ............W, 5-1 @ Georgia% ........................L, 5-4

1992 21-5 Overall; 8-2 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

UCSB .................................W, 8-1 UNLV ..................................W, 8-1 WASHINGTON .....................W, 9-0 SOUTH FLORIDA .................W, 9-0 @ Pepperdine......................L, 5-3 ASU ...................................W, 6-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 6-0 vs. Tennessee& ...................W, 5-1 vs. TCU& .............................L, 4-2 vs. LSU ...............................W, 4-2 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 8-1 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 5-0 @ UC Irvine ........................W, 7-2 @ USC ................................L, 5-4 WISCONSIN ........................W, 5-1 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-3 @ Cal.................................W, 6-0 USC ...................................W, 5-2 CAL....................................W, 5-3 STANFORD .........................W, 6-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-0 vs. Mississippi% .................W, 6-0 vs. North Carolina% ............W, 5-2 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 5-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1993 24-3 Overall; 8-2 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Glenn Bassett

NEW MEXICO......................W, 6-1 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 7-2 WASHINGTON .....................W, 7-2 SAN JOSE ST. .....................W, 8-0 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 8-1 vs. Florida& ........................W, 6-1 vs. Georgia& .......................W, 4-3

vs. USC& ............................W, 7-0 vs. Tennessee& ...................W, 5-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 9-0 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-0 MIAMI ................................W, 9-0 USC ...................................W, 5-4 DUKE .................................W, 5-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-4 ASU ...................................W, 6-0 SDSU .................................W, 7-2 STANFORD .........................W, 5-1 CAL....................................W, 6-0 @ USC ................................L, 5-1 @ Cal.................................W, 8-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-4 vs. TCU%............................W, 5-1 vs. Alabama% .....................W, 5-0 @ Georgia% ........................L, 5-4 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1994 22-6 Overall; 7-3 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 3rd Head Coach: Billy Martin

BOISE ST. ...........................W, 7-0 WASHINGTON .....................W, 6-1 NEW MEXICO......................W, 7-0 CAL POLY ...........................W, 7-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 6-1 ASU ...................................W, 6-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 4-3 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-0 vs. Florida& ........................W, 4-3 vs. Georgia& ........................L, 6-1 vs. Duke& ............................L, 5-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 5-2 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 5-1 @ USC ................................L, 6-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 @ Cal.................................W, 5-2 SDSU .................................W, 7-0 USC .......................... W by default CAL....................................W, 6-1 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0

PEPPERDINE.......................W, 4-3 ARIZONA^..........................W, 4-0 PEPPERDINE^ ....................W, 4-3 vs. Florida%........................W, 4-1 vs. TCU%............................W, 4-3 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 4-0 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals; % NCAA Championships (South Bend, IN)

1995 19-6 Overall; 7-3 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

PACIFIC ..............................W, 7-0 UNLV ..................................W, 6-1 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 4-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 4-3 UC IRVINE...........................W, 6-1 @ Pepperdine......................L, 6-1 vs. Kentucky& .....................W, 4-3 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 5-3 vs. Stanford& .......................L, 5-2 NEW MEXICO......................W, 7-0 ASU ...................................W, 4-2 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-2 USC ...................................W, 4-3 HARVARD ...........................W, 7-0 WASHINGTON .....................W, 7-0 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3 CAL....................................W, 5-2 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 4-3 @ USC ...............................W, 5-2 @ Cal..................................L, 5-2 @ Stanford ..........................L, 5-2 vs. Fresno St.%...................W, 4-3 vs. South Alabama% ...........W, 4-1 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 4-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

& - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

CAL POLY ...........................W, 9-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 7-2 UNLV ..................................W, 9-0

Glenn Bassett (left) turned the program over to Billy Martin following the 1993 season.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Season Results (1981-2011) 2000 24-4 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

The 1999 team nearly captured the NCAA Championship, falling 4-3 to Georgia in the final that year in Athens, Ga.

1996 27-1 Overall; 10-0 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

UCSB .................................W, 6-1 PACIFIC ..............................W, 7-0 UNLV ..................................W, 6-1 BOISE ST. ...........................W, 6-1 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 7-0 OREGON.............................W, 7-0 ASU ................................... W 5-2 ARIZONA ............................W, 5-2 vs. Harvard& .......................W, 5-2 vs. Pepperdine&..................W, 4-1 vs. Mississippi& ..................W, 4-1 vs. Stanford& ......................W, 5-1 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 5-2 @ Arizona ..........................W, 4-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 4-3 @ USC ...............................W, 5-1 HARVARD ...........................W, 7-0 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 4-3 @ Stanford .........................W, 4-3 @ Cal.................................W, 5-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 5-2 USC ...................................W, 7-0 CAL....................................W, 7-0 STANFORD .........................W, 5-2 vs. New Mexico%................W, 4-2 vs. Fresno St.%...................W, 4-0 vs. TCU%............................W, 4-2 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 4-1 & - National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1997 25-4 Overall; 9-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: T-1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

CAL POLY ...........................W, 7-0 BOISE STATE .......................L, 4-3 TEXAS ................................W, 5-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 6-1 UNLV ..................................W, 4-3 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 7-0 UCSB .................................W, 7-0

ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 ASU ...................................W, 5-2 vs. Fresno St.& ...................W, 5-2 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 4-0 vs. Mississippi& ..................W, 4-3 vs. Georgia& .......................W, 4-3 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 6-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 7-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-2 USC ...................................W, 4-3 UTAH..................................W, 6-1 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ...........W, 5-2 STANFORD .........................W, 4-3 CAL....................................W, 5-2 OREGON.............................W, 7-0 @ USC ...............................W, 6-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 @ Cal.................................W, 5-2 PEPPERDINE........................L, 4-3 NORTHWESTERN% .............W, 4-0 DUKE% ..............................W, 4-2 GEORGIA% ..........................L, 4-2 & National Team Indoors; % NCAA Championships (Los Angeles - UCLA)

1998 17-8 Overall; 5-2 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

SDSU .................................W, 5-2 @ UC Irvine ........................W, 7-0 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 6-1 ASU ...................................W, 6-1 CAL POLY ...........................W, 7-0 @ USC ................................L, 4-3 vs. Illinois& ..........................L, 4-3 vs. Mississippi& ...................L, 5-2 vs. Florida& ........................W, 4-3 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 5-2 USC ...................................W, 5-2 WISCONSIN ........................W, 5-2 @ ASU ...............................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 7-0 @ Stanford ..........................L, 7-0 @ Cal..................................L, 4-3 @ Washington .....................L, 5-2

@ Oregon ..........................W, 6-1 CAL....................................W, 7-0 STANFORD ..........................L, 6-1 ASU^ .................................W, 4-0 WASHINGTON^ ..................W, 4-2 vs. Texas% .........................W, 4-2 vs. Stanford% ......................L, 5-0 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

1999 26-3 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

FRESNO ST. ........................W, 7-0 TULANE..............................W, 7-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-1 @ ASU ................................L, 4-3 NEW MEXICO......................W, 6-1 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 5-2 @ Washington ....................W, 5-2 vs. SMU& ...........................W, 5-2 @ Washington& ..................W, 4-3 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 4-2 vs. Illinois& .........................W, 4-1 RICE ...................................W, 6-1 @ USC ...............................W, 6-1 ASU ...................................W, 5-2 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 MIAMI ................................W, 6-1 STANFORD .........................W, 5-2 CAL....................................W, 6-1 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 WASHINGTON .....................W, 5-2 @ Cal.................................W, 6-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 WESTERN MICHIGAN^ ........W, 4-0 SDSU^ ...............................W, 4-1 vs. Virginia Tech% ...............W, 4-1 vs. Florida%........................W, 4-1 vs. LSU%............................W, 4-1 @ Georgia% ........................L, 4-3 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

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SDSU .................................W, 6-1 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 4-3 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 ASU ...................................W, 7-0 PEPPERDINE........................L, 5-2 @ UC Irvine ........................W, 6-1 USC ...................................W, 5-2 @ Kentucky ........................W, 5-3 vs. Harvard& .......................W, 7-0 vs. Florida& ........................W, 7-1 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 5-2 vs. Stanford& .......................L, 4-3 @ ASU ...............................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-1 DUKE .................................W, 5-2 UCSB .................................W, 6-1 @ USC ...............................W, 4-3 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 @ Cal.................................W, 6-1 @ Oregon ..........................W, 6-1 @ Washington ....................W, 7-0 CAL....................................W, 7-0 STANFORD .........................W, 5-2 UMKC^ ..............................W, 4-0 NOTRE DAME^ ...................W, 4-2 vs. Texas% .........................W, 4-0 vs. Tennessee% ...................L, 4-1 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

2001 23-3 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

BYU....................................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-1 @ ASU ...............................W, 4-3 GEORGIA TECH ...................W, 7-0 @ Portland .........................W, 6-1 vs. SDSU% .........................W, 4-0 vs. Texas A&M% .................W, 4-3 vs. TCU%............................W, 4-2 vs. Stanford% .....................W, 4-2 @ USC ...............................W, 5-2 ASU ...................................W, 7-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 KENTUCKY..........................W, 7-0 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-1 CAL POLY ...........................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 5-2 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3 CAL....................................W, 5-2 WASHINGTON .....................W, 7-0 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 @ Cal.................................W, 4-3 SACRAMENTO ST.^ ............W, 4-0 SOUTH FLORIDA^...............W, 4-0

vs. Washington& .................W, 4-1 vs. SMU& ............................L, 4-3 % - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); & NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

2002 23-5 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

UCSB .................................W, 6-1 FRESNO ST. ........................W, 6-1 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 7-0 @ Kentucky ........................W, 4-3 vs. Kentucky& .....................W, 4-2 vs. USC& .............................L, 4-1 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 4-1 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 6-1 SDSU .................................W, 5-2 @ Arizona State ..................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 6-1 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 5-2 @ USC ...............................W, 4-3 DUKE .................................W, 6-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 ARIZONA STATE ..................W, 5-2 CAL.....................................L, 4-3 STANFORD ..........................L, 5-2 @ Washington ....................W, 5-2 @ Oregon ..........................W, 7-0 @ Stanford .........................W, 4-3 @ Cal..................................L, 5-2 UCSB^ ...............................W, 4-0 SDSU^ ...............................W, 4-1 vs. Florida%........................W, 4-0 vs. Auburn% .......................W, 4-0 vs. Georgia% .......................L, 4-2 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (College Station, TX)

2003 24-4 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 FRESNO STATE ...................W, 7-0 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 @ USC ...............................W, 6-1 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-0 OHIO STATE ........................W, 5-2 ARIZONA STATE ..................W, 6-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 @ Kentucky ........................W, 4-3 vs. SDSU& ..........................W, 4-0 vs. Duke& ...........................W, 4-1 vs. Florida& .........................L, 4-1 VIRGINIA .............................W, 4-3 USC ...................................W, 7-0 SDSU .................................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-2 @ Arizona State ..................W, 6-1 @ California ........................L, 5-2 @ Stanford .........................W, 5-2 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 WASHINGTON .....................W, 7-0 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Season Results (1981-2011) CALIFORNIA........................W, 6-1 WICHITA STATE^ ................W, 4-0 USC^ .................................W, 4-0 vs. Oklahoma St.% ..............W, 4-0 vs. Florida%........................W, 4-1 vs. Vanderbilt% ....................L, 4-3

2004

WASHINGTON .....................W, 5-0 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 @ Cal..................................L, 4-3 @ Stanford .........................W, 4-3 USC ...................................W, 5-2 MANHATTAN^ ....................W, 4-0 CAL^ .................................W, 4-2 vs. Tennessee% ..................W, 4-1 vs. Virginia% .......................W, 4-1 vs. Mississippi% .................W, 4-2 vs. Baylor% ........................W, 4-3

23-6 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: 2nd / Pac-10: T-1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

& - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (College Station, TX)

& - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 FRESNO STATE ...................W, 7-0 CLEMSON ..........................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 4-3 vs. Kentucky& .....................W, 4-2 vs. Florida& ........................W, 4-2 vs. Mississippi& ..................W, 4-3 vs. Illinois& ..........................L, 4-0 BYU....................................W, 6-1 @ Arizona St........................L, 2-5 @ Arizona ..........................W, 4-3 BAYLOR...............................L, 5-2 @ USC ................................L, 4-3 DUKE ..................................L, 4-3 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 ARIZONA ST........................W, 7-0 SAN DIEGO ST.....................W, 7-0 CALIFORNIA........................W, 7-0 STANFORD .........................W, 5-2 @ Oregon ..........................W, 6-1 @ Washington ....................W, 5-2 @ Stanford .........................W, 4-3 @ California .......................W, 7-0 ORAL ROBERTS^................W, 4-0 PEPPERDINE^ ....................W, 4-0 vs. Texas A&M% .................W, 4-1 vs. Clemson% .....................W, 4-0 vs. Illinois% ........................W, 4-3 vs. Baylor% .........................L, 4-0 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Tulsa, OK)

2005 27-3 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: 1st / Pac-10: T-1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

AZUSA PACIFIC ...................W, 7-0 PACIFIC ..............................W, 7-0 UNLV ..................................W, 7-0 BYU....................................W, 7-0 UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 UC SANTA BARBARA ...........W, 7-0 SAN DIEGO STATE...............W, 7-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 6-1 vs. Oklahoma State& ...........W, 4-2 vs. Virginia&.........................L, 4-2 vs. Florida& ........................W, 4-1 STANFORD .........................W, 4-3 CAL....................................W, 7-0 @ USC ................................L, 5-2 @ Arizona State ..................W, 7-0 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-2 VCU ...................................W, 7-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 ARIZONA STATE ..................W, 7-0

2006 20-6 Overall; 6-1 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th; Pac-10: T-1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-0 BYU....................................W, 6-1 BOISE STATE ......................W, 6-1 @ Cal.................................W, 6-1 @ Stanford ..........................L, 4-3 PEPPERDINE........................L, 4-3 SAN DIEGO STATE...............W, 4-3 vs. LSU& ............................W, 4-2 vs. Georgia& ........................L, 4-3 @ Washington& ..................W, 4-1 ARIZONA ............................W, 6-1 ARIZONA STATE ..................W, 6-1 USC ...................................W, 5-2 BAYLOR...............................L, 4-3 DUKE .................................W, 6-1 @ Arizona State ..................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 7-0 STANFORD .........................W, 6-1 CAL....................................W, 4-3 @ Oregon ..........................W, 7-0 @ Washington .....................L, 4-3 @ USC ...............................W, 4-3 STONY BROOK^ .................W, 4-0 COLORADO^ ......................W, 4-0 vs. Illinois% ........................W, 4-2 vs. Pepperdine% ..................L, 4-1 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Stanford, CA)

ARIZONA ............................W, 7-0 SAN DIEGO STATE...............W, 7-0 @ Stanford .........................W, 5-2 @ Cal.................................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 4-3 UNLV^ ...............................W, 4-0 TEXAS TECH^ ....................W, 4-0 vs. Oklahoma State& ...........W, 4-0 @ Georgia&.........................L, 4-0 % - National Team Indoors; ^ - NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); & - NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

2008 23-4 Overall; 5-2 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: T-2nd Head Coach: Billy Martin

PEPPERDINE.......................W, 5-2 @ Stanford .........................W, 5-2 @ Cal.................................W, 5-2 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 6-1 BOISE STATE ......................W, 7-0 vs. Notre Dame& .................W, 4-0 vs. Virginia&.........................L, 4-3 vs. Oklahoma State& ...........W, 4-3 UCSB .................................W, 6-1 RICE ...................................W, 7-0 USC ...................................W, 5-2 BAYLOR..............................W, 4-3 DUKE .................................W, 6-1 LMU ...................................W, 7-0 @ Washington ....................W, 6-1 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 CAL....................................W, 6-1 STANFORD .........................W, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 5-2 @ Arizona State .................L, 4-3# UC IRVINE...........................W, 6-1 @ USC ..............................L, 4-3# EASTERN WASH.^ ..............W, 4-0 WISCONSIN^......................W, 4-0 vs. Florida State% ...............W, 4-0 vs. USC% ...........................W, 4-2 vs. Texas% ..........................L, 4-2 & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Tulsa, OK), # - Two 4-3 UCLA wins overturned.

2007 22-4 Overall; 7-0 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 SAN DIEGO .........................W, 7-0 BYU....................................W, 7-0 CAL....................................W, 7-0 STANFORD .........................W, 7-0 @ Baylor .............................L, 4-3 vs. Miami%.........................W, 4-1 vs. Illinois % .......................W, 4-2 vs. Ohio State% ...................L, 4-2 TEXAS A&M ........................W, 5-2 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 6-1 @ USC ................................L, 6-1 @ Arizona ..........................W, 7-0 @ Arizona State ..................W, 7-0 OREGON.............................W, 6-1 WASHINGTON .....................W, 6-1 ARIZONA STATE ..................W, 7-0

2009 21-5 Overall; 6-0 Pac-10 NCAA: T-3rd / Pac-10: 1st Head Coach: Billy Martin

BRIGHAM YOUNG ................W, 7-0 BOISE STATE ......................W, 6-1 SOUTH ALABAMA# .............W, 4-0 FRESNO STATE# .................W, 4-1 SAN DIEGO STATE...............W, 5-2 vs. Illinois& .........................W, 4-2 vs. Virginia&.........................L, 4-3 vs. Ohio State& ....................L, 4-0 @ Baylor .............................L, 4-3 CAL....................................W, 6-1 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3 @ USC ...............................W, 4-3 HAWAI’I ..............................W, 6-1 UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 @ Stanford* .......................W, 4-3 @ Cal* ...............................W, 5-2 OREGON* ...........................W, 7-0 WASHINGTON* ...................W, 6-1 ARIZONA*...........................W, 5-2 @ Pepperdine.....................W, 5-2 USC* ..................................W, 5-2 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS^ .........W, 4-0 HAWAI’I^ ...........................W, 4-0 vs. Miami%.........................W, 4-1 vs. Mississippi% .................W, 4-3 vs. Ohio State% ...................L, 4-3 # - National Team Indoor Qualifying (LATC), & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (College Station, TX)

2010 17-7 Overall; 4-2 Pac-10 NCAA: T-5th / Pac-10: 3rd Head Coach: Billy Martin

HAWAI’I# ............................W, 4-1 PEPPERDINE#.....................W, 4-0 vs.Kentucky& ......................W, 4-1 vs. ennessee& .....................L, 4-2 vs. USC& .............................L, 4-0 SAN DIEGO STATE...............W, 5-2 UC IRVINE...........................W, 7-0 California ............................W, 4-3 USC ....................................L, 6-1 DUKE .................................W, 4-3 BAYLOR...............................L, 4-3

WICHITA STATE ...................W, 7-0 Washington ........................W, 7-0 Oregon ...............................W, 7-0 BOISE STATE ......................W, 7-0 CALIFORNIA........................W, 5-2 STANFORD ..........................L, 4-3 PEPPERDINE.......................W, 4-3 Arizona................................L, 4-3 USC ...................................W, 4-3 SACRAMENTO STATE^ .......W, 4-0 CALIFORNIA^ .....................W, 4-0 vs. Stanford% .....................W, 4-3 vs. Virginia% ........................L, 4-2 # - National Team Indoor Qualifying (LATC), & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Athens, GA)

2011 18-7 Overall; 3-3 Pac-10 NCAA: T-9th / Pac-10: T-3rd Head Coach: Billy Martin

BYU....................................W, 7-0 UCSB .................................W, 7-0 MINNESOTA#......................W, 4-0 FLORIDA STATE# ................W, 4-1 UC IRVINE...........................W, 4-3 Baylor ................................W, 4-3 BOISE STATE ......................W, 7-0 Louisville& ..........................W, 4-1 Tennessee& .........................L, 1-4 Florida& .............................W, 4-3 CAL.....................................L, 2-5 USC ....................................L, 2-5 HAWAI'I ..............................W, 6-1 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ........W, 6-1 Cal ......................................L, 3-4 Stanford ..............................L, 1-6 WASHINGTON .....................W, 5-2 OREGON.............................W, 7-0 ARIZONA ............................W, 6-0 Pepperdine .........................W, 4-3 CAL POLY ...........................W, 7-0 USC ....................................L, 3-4 BINGHAMPTON^ ................W, 4-0 OLE MISS^ ........................W, 4-3 Baylor% ..............................L, 3-4 # - National Team Indoor Qualifying (LATC), & - National Team Indoors; ^ NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles); % NCAA Championships (Stanford, CA)

The 2005 Bruins upset top-seeded Baylor, 4-3 in the NCAA Final in College Station, TX.

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2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Yearly Records / Records vs. Opponents UCLA’s Yearly Record (Since 1950)

Record vs. Opponents (Since 1967)

Year ......................Record (Pct.) ................ Conf. ..............NCAA ........................... Coach 1950......................12-4 (.750) ...................... —................... 1st ....................Bill Ackerman 1951......................16-1 (.941) ...................... 1st ..................3rd ......................J.D. Morgan 1952......................10-2 (.833) .....................T-1st ................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1953......................12-3 (.800) ...................... —................... 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1954......................19-0 (1.000) .................... 1st .................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1955......................11-2 (.846) ...................... —...................3rd ......................J.D. Morgan 1956......................14-1 (.933) ...................... 1st .................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1957......................9-2 (.818) .......................T-1st ................. —.......................J.D. Morgan 1958......................7-0 (1.000) ...................... 1st .................. —.......................J.D. Morgan 1959......................15-1 (.938) ...................... 1st .................. —.......................J.D. Morgan 1960......................14-3 (.824) ...................... 1st .................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1961......................13-0 (1.000) .................... 1st .................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1962......................10-3 (.769) ......................2nd ..................2nd ......................J.D. Morgan 1963......................— ...................................2nd ..................2nd ......................J.D. Morgan 1964......................— ...................................2nd ..................2nd ......................J.D. Morgan 1965......................11-0 (1.000) .................... 1st .................. 1st ......................J.D. Morgan 1966......................— ...................................2nd ..................2nd ......................J.D. Morgan 1967......................12-2 (.857) ......................2nd ..................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1968......................14-2 (.875) ......................2nd ..................3rd ................... Glenn Bassett 1969......................18-1-1 (.925) ................... 1st ..................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1970......................19-1 (.950) ...................... 1st .................. 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1971......................17-0 (1.000) .................... 1st .................. 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1972......................13-4-1 (.750) ...................3rd ..................3rd ................... Glenn Bassett 1973......................21-4 (.840) ...................... 1st ..................3rd ................... Glenn Bassett 1974......................18-3 (.857) ......................2nd .................. 6th ................... Glenn Bassett 1975......................19-0 (1.000) .................... 1st .................. 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1976......................17-1 (.944) ...................... 1st .................T-1st .................. Glenn Bassett 1977......................19-2 (.905) ...................... 1st ..................3rd ................... Glenn Bassett 1978......................23-3 (.885) ...................... —...................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1979......................26-2 (.929) ...................... —................... 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1980......................21-5 (.808) ...................... —................. T-5th .................. Glenn Bassett 1981......................24-3 (.889) ...................... 1st ..................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1982......................30-3 (.909) ...................... 1st .................. 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1983......................25-9 (.735) .................... T-3rd............... T-5th .................. Glenn Bassett 1984......................31-3 (.912) ......................2nd .................. 1st ................... Glenn Bassett 1985......................31-4 (.886) ...................... 1st ..................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1986......................29-2 (.935) ...................... 1st ................ T-3rd.................. Glenn Bassett 1987......................23-8 (.742) ......................2nd ..................2nd ................... Glenn Bassett 1988......................17-10 (.630) ....................3rd ................ T-9th .................. Glenn Bassett 1989......................26-4 (.867) ...................... 1st ................ T-5th .................. Glenn Bassett 1990......................27-4 (.871) ...................... 1st ................ T-3rd.................. Glenn Bassett 1991......................27-4 (.871) ......................2nd ................ T-5th .................. Glenn Bassett 1992......................21-5 (.808) ......................2nd ................ T-3rd.................. Glenn Bassett 1993......................24-3 (.889) ......................2nd ................ T-3rd.................. Glenn Bassett 1994......................22-6 (.786) ......................3rd ................ T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 1995......................19-6 (.760) ......................3rd ................ T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 1996......................27-1 (.964) ...................... 1st ..................2nd ....................... Billy Martin 1997......................25-4 (.862) .....................T-1st ............... T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 1998......................17-8 (.680) .................... T-2nd .............. T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 1999......................26-3 (.896) .....................T-1st .................2nd ....................... Billy Martin 2000......................24-4 (.857) ......................2nd ................ T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 2001......................23-3 (.885) ......................2nd ................ T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 2002......................23-5 (.821) ...................... 1st ................ T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 2003......................24-4 (.857) ......................2nd ................ T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 2004......................23-6 (.793) .....................T-1st .................2nd ....................... Billy Martin 2005......................27-3 (.900) .....................T-1st ................. 1st ....................... Billy Martin 2006......................20-6 (.769) .....................T-1st ............... T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 2007......................22-4 (.846) ...................... 1st ................ T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 2008......................23-4 (.852) .................... T-2nd .............. T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 2009......................21-5 (.808) ...................... 1st ................ T-3rd...................... Billy Martin 2010......................17-7 (.708) ......................3rd ................ T-5th ...................... Billy Martin 2011......................18-7 (.643) .................... T-3rd............... T-9th ...................... Billy Martin

Opponent .......................................Record Alabama................................................2-0 Arizona................................................63-1 Arizona State .......................................62-3 Arkansas ...............................................5-0 Auburn ..................................................3-0 Azusa-Pacific.........................................1-0 Baylor ...................................................3-7 Binghamton ...........................................1-0 Boise State ............................................7-1 Brigham Young ....................................15-0 California ...........................................84-12 California Baptist....................................2-0 Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) ....................11-0 Cal State Bakersfield ..............................3-0 Cal State Fullerton..................................1-0 Cal State Northridge ...............................3-0 Chapman College...................................6-0 Clemson ................................................7-2 Colorado................................................1-0 Columbia ...............................................1-0 Corpus Christi ........................................1-0 Davis.....................................................1-0 Duke ...................................................14-2 Eastern Washington ...............................1-0 Florida .................................................12-1 Florida State ..........................................2-0 Fresno State ........................................23-0 French Davis Cup Team ..........................1-0 Georgia ...............................................3-12 Georgia Tech..........................................4-0 Harvard .................................................9-0 Hawai’i ..................................................4-0 Houston.................................................1-0 Illinois ...................................................6-2 Kansas ..................................................2-0 Kentucky ...............................................9-1 Long Beach State.................................14-1 Louisiana State ......................................5-0 Louisville ...............................................1-0 Loyola Marymount .................................2-0 Manhattan .............................................1-0 Maryland ...............................................1-0 Miami..................................................11-0 Michigan ...............................................8-0 Middle Tennessee ..................................1-0 Minnesota .............................................2-0 Mississippi ............................................5-1 Mississippi State ....................................1-0 Missouri-Kansas City..............................1-0 New Mexico...........................................8-0 North Carolina .......................................2-0 Northwestern .........................................1-0 Notre Dame ...........................................6-0

Opponent .......................................Record Ohio State .............................................1-3 Oklahoma ..............................................1-0 Oklahoma City University ........................1-0 Oklahoma State .....................................5-0 Oral Roberts ..........................................1-0 Oregon ................................................18-0 Pacific ...................................................3-0 Pan American University .........................1-0 Pepperdine ........................................44-15 Portland ................................................1-0 Princeton...............................................8-0 Redlands .............................................16-0 Rice ......................................................2-0 Sacramento State ..................................2-0 San Diego............................................24-0 San Diego State ...................................34-0 San Diego City College ...........................1-0 Santa Monica City College ......................1-0 San Jose State...................................29-11 South Alabama ......................................2-0 South Carolina .......................................6-0 South Florida .........................................1-0 Southern Methodist ..............................13-3 SIU-Carbondale......................................1-0 SIU-Edwardsville ....................................2-0 Southwestern Louisiana .........................1-1 Stanford ............................................58-49 Stony Brook ...........................................1-0 Tennessee .............................................7-4 Texas ....................................................8-1 Texas A&M ............................................4-0 Texas Christian ....................................10-1 Texas Tech.............................................1-0 Trinity ....................................................9-0 Tulane ...................................................1-0 UC Irvine .............................................33-2 UC Riverside ..........................................1-0 UC San Diego ........................................2-0 UC Santa Barbara ................................26-1 UNLV ...................................................14-0 USC ..................................................69-38 Utah ......................................................7-0 Vanderbilt ..............................................1-1 Virginia ..................................................2-4 Virginia Commonwealth ..........................1-0 Virginia Tech ..........................................1-0 Washington .........................................26-2 Washington State ...................................5-0 West Virginia..........................................4-0 Western Michigan ..................................1-0 Wichita State .........................................3-0 Wisconsin..............................................3-0

Career Coaching Records (Since 1950) Coach ................................Years .................................... Record ............................. Pct. Bill Ackerman ......................1921-1950 ............................ 12-4* ............................... .750 J.D. Morgan.........................1951-1966 ............................ 161-18.............................. 899 Glenn Bassett ......................1967-1993 ............................ 592-89-2 ......................... .868 Billy Martin ..........................1994-Present ......................... 401-86............................. .823 * Complete coaching record unavailable

Record Since 1950: 1166-197-2 Winning Percentage Since 1950: .854 Bill Ackerman

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J.D. Morgan

Glenn Bassett

Billy Martin


2012 2 UCLA MEN’S TENNIS S Administrator Biographies

Dan Guerrero

Glenn Toth

Dr. Gene Block

Athletic Director 10th Year

Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director 15th Year

Chancellor 5th Year

On April 25, 2002, Daniel G. Guerrero was named UCLA’s eighth Director of Athletics. A former Bruin baseball player, Guerrero, who assumed his duties on July 1, 2002, has enjoyed great success and exudes the pride of a student-athlete who is in charge of the program at his alma mater. Guerrero is one of the most respected and talented administrators in all of intercollegiate athletics. He is the current president of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and a member of the NACDA Executive Committee and served as president of the Division I Athletic Directors Association in 2010-11. In Guerrero’s nine years as Athletic Director, he has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (107) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In those eight years, UCLA teams have won 21 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 11 different sports, finished second 17 times and have had an additional 32 Top Five finishes (70 total). A staggering 172 teams (of 207 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in seven bowl games. The program has also won 46 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced over 460 All-Americans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Furthermore, during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, 39 Bruins participated as athletes or coaches, representing the United States and nine other nations. They won 15 medals, including four gold. Guerrero came to UCLA in 2002 from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s “ fifth Director of Athletics for 10 years. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, he was the Athletic Director for five years at Cal State Dominguez Hills (1988-92). He received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two grown daughters: Jenna and Katie.

Glenn Toth, who has served the athletic department as an administrator for more than 33 years, enters his 15th year in charge of the UCLA men’s and women’s tennis programs. He is in his third year overseeing the men’s volleyball team, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams, and the men’s and women’s track & field teams. In addition to his role as a sports supervisor, Toth has also seen duty as an assistant coach, and serves as a member of athletic director Dan Guerrero’s senior staff. A senior associate athletic director with a variety of responsibilities, Toth serves as the liaison with shoe and apparel sponsor adidas, having orchestrated both the original 1999 agreement renewals in 2004 and 2010. adidas supplies all Bruin teams, and represents the department’s most lucrative sponsorship. In addition, Toth was point person on the negotiation with International Sports Properties (ISP) which now handles the department’s corporate relations, media rights, program printing, web page, ad sales, and sponsor promotions. Toth also has administrative responsibility for the athletic equipment room which designs, outfits, and maintains all of the Bruins’ uniforms, practice, and playing equipment. In addition, the sports medicine area/athletic training room, which provides injury evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, therapy, and nutritional services to over 700 student-athletes falls under Toth’s supervision. Toth graduated from UCLA in 1976 with a degree in economics. From 1978-84, he supervised the management of home athletic events and team travel. In 1982, Toth handled the logistics of UCLA’s move to the Rose Bowl and at the same time became the athletic department’s first marketing director. Promoted to Associate Athletic Director in 1984, he was credited with several award-winning football marketing campaigns and the creation of the department’s corporate relations program. Now a frustrated, mediocre golfer, Toth serves as a Reserve Captain with the LA County Sheriff’s Department. His golden retrievers are Misty and Dottie.

Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA on August 1, 2007. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service. A champion of public universities, Chancellor Block has called for UCLA to deepen its engagement with Los Angeles, a city that offers a microcosm of the global community, and to increase access for students from underrepresented populations. An advocate of interdisciplinary scholarship, he emphasizes broad-based, campus-wide planning. Returning to the West Coast after 29 years at the University of Virginia, Chancellor Block holds UCLA faculty appointments in psychiatry and bio-behavioral sciences in the David Geffen School of Medicine and in physiological science in the College of Letters and Science. A fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, he specializes in circadian biology, which deals with the functioning of 24-hour rhythms in higher organisms. Previously, Dr. Block served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, where he held the Alumni Council Thomas Jefferson Professorship in Biology and directed the National Science Foundation’s Science and Technology Center for Biological Timing. He also headed an NIH graduate training program aimed at increasing the number of scientists from underrepresented groups. A native New Yorker, Chancellor Block holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and a master’s and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford, studying with Colin Pittendrigh, “the father of biological timing,” and Donald Kennedy, who later served as president of Stanford. Chancellor Block and his wife, Carol, have two children.

Key Athletic Department Staff

Michael Sondheimer

Rich Herczog

Donald Morrison

Paul Brown

Linda Lassiter

David Vu

Academic Admissions Services

Compliance

Faculty Athletic Rep.

Event Management

Academic Counseling

Team Manager

Raymond Ajoc

Evan Teufel

Dang Tran

Brent Tanaka

Danny Harrington

Tom Solomon

Team Manager

Team Manager

Team Stringer

Strength & Conditioning

Sports Information

Event Staff

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Nation’s #1 Overall College Experience 10 SIGNIFICANT REASONS TO ATTEND UCLA 1. #1 in NCAA Titles (107) 1st ever to reach the 100 title milestone; 21 NCAA Titles in the last 9 years (#1 nationally) since Dan Guerrero became UCLA Athletic Director; #1 in Olympians and Olympic Gold Medals from 1984-2008; leader in producing professional athletes; nation’s finest overall combined academic, athletic and career resources for student-athletes; the best is possible at UCLA!

2. Prestigious Academic Degree / A National Leader in Producing Top Students Ranked in the top ten among universities in most academic surveys; professional schools ranked among top five in most areas and top ten in others; #1 in the nation for undergraduate student applications every year since 1999; among all-time leaders in producing NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners; #1 in Kaplan Report survey of student resources for the college experience

3. Highest Quality of Life/Best Place to Live Best in West and #2 overall public university in ‘Princeton Review’ in on-campus housing options and dorm food; 334 sunshine days a year; average year-round temperature of 74 degrees F.; 5 miles from the beach; thriving campus community of Westwood as part of UCLA; surrounded by Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica

4. World Class Facilities Remodeled historic Pauley Pavilion; the Rose Bowl (SI’s #1 venue of all college sites); Los Angeles Tennis Center; Drake Stadium for track & soccer; Jackie Robinson Stadium; Easton Stadium; the new Spieker Aquatics Center; Sunset Canyon Recreation Center; numerous championship golf courses; on-campus golf practice facility; Acosta Athletic Training Complex for the best in sports medicine, athletic performance, and finest training equipment

5. Legendary Coaching, Tremendous Sport Stability, Consistently Training Winners UCLA has Olympic, National and USA Team coaches on its staff and individuals who have trained at the highest level and know how to win! No university can match UCLA’s coaching stability in that only two Bruin head coaches have left for another Division I head coaching position over the past 40 years

Web Site: UCLABruins.com

6. Exceptional Academic Support for All Student-Athletes 13 full-time staff working in academic and student services. This includes academic counseling, learning specialist, life skills coordinator, priority pre-enrollment in classes, academic mentors, individual and group tutoring, academic awards banquet, lecture notes, laptop lending program and career guidance

7. Your Future at the Highest Level USA’s #1 Career Center for full-time, part-time or internship positions; average personal income for a UCLA graduate is $77,500; average home value for UCLA grads is over $500,000; the UCLA degree means success across the world

8. Complete National Sports Media Coverage/ L.A. is the Place More overall national, regional and local television team exposure than any other college in the nation; numerous daily newspapers; #1 in former student-athletes and students in sportscasting, news broadcasting, sports writing, acting, etc. to act as contacts for current athletes; #1 in Sports Illustrated cover appearances; Major media outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports and USA Today have offices in L.A.

9. Nation’s #1 Tradition of Athletic Excellence With Historic Long-Term Success Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Lauren Cheney, Jimmy Connors, Lisa Fernandez, Troy Glaus, Natalie Golda, Rafer Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Karch Kiraly, Liz Masakayan, Ann Meyers, Jonathan Ogden, Corey Pavin, Jackie Robinson, Al Scates, Sharon Shapiro, Chase Utley, Bill Walton, and John Wooden are just a few of the most significant people that have attended/coached at UCLA. UCLA is the #1 school world-wide in name recognition

10. UCLA Intangibles/Best College Location UCLA’s overall success combining prestigious academics, top athletic finishes and tremendous social life cannot be matched by any other university. UCLA has great resources available on a daily basis for our studentathletes to be the best in any area they select. UCLA’s axiom is Champions Made Here!

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Twitter: twitter.com/UCLAAthletics


UCLA Top National, International Sports Power NCAA Division I Team Championships by School (Through Spring 2011) School

Men

Women

Total

1.

UCLA

71

36

107

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

Stanford USC Oklahoma St. LSU Arkansas Texas Penn State No. Carolina Michigan

61 79 50 17 41 18 30 10 31

40 14 0 25 0 22 10 27 2

101 93 50 42 41 40 40 37 33

Top Countries in Olympic Gold Medals (1984-2008) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

USA USSR/Russia China Germany UCLA Athletes Italy Australia

UCLA’s Previous National Finishes in Overall Athletic Program Surveys FIRST PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1973, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 Women: 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91

UCLA’s Hall of Champions includes NCAA titles in 17 different sports among its nation-leading 107 total. Since Dan Guerrero became Athletic Director in 2002-03, UCLA has won a nationleading 21 NCAA crowns over the past 9 years.

UCLA #1 for Overall Program Awards (men began in 1971; women in 1977; combined in 1993; NACDA in 1994) School

#1 Titles

1. UCLA

22

2. 3. 4. 5.

SECOND PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1971, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82 Women: 1977. 83, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93 OTHER PLACES: Men: 4th 84; 3rd 85; 6th 90; 10th 91; 5th 93 COMBINED FINISHES: First: 1993 Second: 1996, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 Third: 1994, 95, 97, 2004, 2005 Fourth: 1998, 2010 Fifth: 1999, 2002 Sixth: 2003

2 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Stanford 21 Texas 8 USC 6 No. Carolina, 1 Michigan, Arkansas, Arizona St.

NCAA Titles Since 2002-03 School

#1 Titles Won

1. UCLA

21

2. Stanford

20

3. USC

16

4. Auburn

11

4. Penn State

11

6. North Carolina

9

NACDA Director’s Cup Athletic Program Overall Rankings (1994-2011) (Schools ranked in the top 6 of the athletic poll) School

Years Ranked Top 6 Nationally

1. Stanford

18

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9.

16 14 12 11 7 5 4 3 3 3

UCLA Florida Michigan No. Carolina Texas Arizona Ohio State Georgia USC Virginia

Only 5 schools have been ranked in the top 20 every year of the survey - UCLA, Stanford, Florida, North Carolina and Texas. Only 24 schools have made the top ten lifetime. Beside those listed, the others are Arizona State, California, Duke, Florida State, LSU, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Washington.


2010 Women’s Gymnastics

WOMEN’S Additional Titles: Golf – 1971; Crew – 1974; Volleyball – 1972, 1974, 1975; Track & Field – 1975, 1977; Badminton – 1977; Basketball – 1978; Softball – 1978; Tennis – 1981; Water Polo – 1996; 1997; 1998; 2000;

2010 Women’s Softball

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UCLA: Simply The Best Overall University UCLA ‘Most Complete’ Athletic Program From Sports Illustrated on Campus in, April 2005: “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

Bruin Weather Helps Athletic Success US Weather Service records for the Westwood area indicate the UCLA campus averages 334 ‘Sun Days’ a year with an average year round temperature of 74 degrees.

‘Dream College’ Where Parents & Students Want to Attend The 2011 Princeton Review survey of parents and future college students had UCLA ranked #6 nationally by parents and #7 by students as their ‘Dream College’ to attend. UCLA was the only public university in the top 10.

UCLA ‘Most Popular’ College for Applications UCLA continues as the ‘Most Popular’ college for students to apply for admission in the 21st century. UCLA annually receives over 60,000 applications for 5,000 admission spots. It has been that way every year since 1999.

UCLA Historic Accomplishment UCLA is the only school with a No. 1 overall pick in the MLB (baseball), NFL (football), NBA (basketball) and MLS (soccer) drafts.

UCLA ‘Most Interesting College’ The Kaplan Publication on ‘Most Interesting Colleges’, has UCLA #1 overall blending their 6 categories of Academic Facilities, Freshman Housing, Career Services, Highest Academic Standards, Hot & Trendy Universities and Best Value.

UCLA #1 Hospital in West Since 1989 UCLA was ranked #5 overall and again #1 in the West (every year since 1989) by U.S. News. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which opened in 2008, is a one million square foot facility. It has been labeled as ‘the hospital of the future.’

UCLA in FB-BB Titles; Heisman-Wooden; Honda Awards UCLA is one of seven Division I colleges to ever win a football and basketball national championship; UCLA is one of six colleges to ever win a Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in Basketball; UCLA is #1 all-time with 4 Honda Female Athlete of the Year awards.

‘Public Good’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ National Leader UCLA ‘Hottest University’ to Attend Newsweek ’08 College Guide: UCLA is selected as the ‘Hottest University’ to attend in the major college category.

UCLA One of 25 ‘New Ivies’ Newsweek magazine article in 2006 on the 25 ‘New Ivies’ among colleges: “The nation’s elite colleges include more than the top Ivies. A range of schools are getting fresh bragging rights like UCLA.”

UCLA Campus Receives Most Media Attention Scenic parts of the UCLA campus are utilized for more movies, television shows, and commercials than any other college. The UCLA name appears daily in more publications than any other school according to Newswatch Magazine.

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Washington Monthly Magazine for 2010 rated UCLA #3 nationally among colleges in its contributions to the nation’s ‘Public Good’ through Service, Social Mobility, and Research. The Sierra Club’s 2010 list of top colleges committed to advancing sustainability on their campuses had UCLA #9 overall in having an ‘eco-friendly’ environment.

UCLA ‘Coolest’ School to Experience Seventeen Magazine ranked UCLA as one of the ’10 coolest schools’ where you can get the best college experience. The criteria included professor’s involvement, great shopping, campus safety and parties.

UCLA Has #1 Career Center Business Week magazine has ranked the UCLA Career Center as #1 in the nation when blending opportunities for students for internships, parttime work, full-time jobs, and other needed services to prepare a person for today’s job market.


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UCLA: A Prestigious & Influential University UCLA ranks as one of the Top Ten Universities according

to the American Council of Education and Gourman Report of national educational ratings.

UCLA Ranks in the Top Ten Academic Departments among all American Universities j j j j j j j j j j

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Anthropology Applied Science Art & Design Asian Studies Bacteriology/Microbiology Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Economics/Business Engineering/ Computer Science French Geography Geology German

j j j j j j j j j j j j j

Linguistics Music Philosophy Physiology Physiological Science Pre-Business Education Pre-Education Field Pre-Legal Education Pre-Medical Education Psychology Sociology Spanish Theater Arts/ Communications

***UCLA is the #11 ranked overall world university and the #2 public university according to the ‘London Times’

Kaplan Survey of 320 Most Interesting Colleges (Based on academic facilities, housing, career services, value, highest academic standards & being trendy)

1. UCLA* 2. Stanford 3. Texas A & M 4. Texas 5. Penn State *UCLA was the only institution ranked in the top 15 in all six categories

“Leading Universities” in terms of influence, according to CHANGE Magazine • • • • • • • • •

UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University MIT Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University

UCLA Ranked among Top Ten Professional Schools—Cartier Report (alphabetical order after UCLA) BUSINESS SCHOOLS UCLA Carnegie–Mellon University Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University MIT Northwestern University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley

MEDICINE UCLA Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Illinois University Johns Hopkins University Michigan University Stanford University UC Berkeley Yale University

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

LAW SCHOOLS UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University Yale University

QUALITY INSTITUTIONS UCLA Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University Michigan University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

CURRICULUM UCLA Chicago University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

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UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67)

Andrea Remynse Tennis, 2011

Alaizah Koorji Rowing, 2011

Kyle Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

Chris Joseph Football, 2008

Drew Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67) Football (17) 1966-67 Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 Dallas Grider 1969-70 Greg Jones 1973-74 Steve Klosterman 1975-76 John Sciarra 1976-77 Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 John Fowler 1982-83 Cormac Carney 1983-84 Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 Rick Meyer 1992-93 Carlton Gray 1995-96 George Kase 1998-99 Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 Danny Farmer 2007-08 Chris Joseph

Men’s Basketball (5) 1968-69 Kenny Heitz 1970-71 Terry Schofield 1979-80 Kiki Vandeweghe 1992-93 Richard Petruska 1994-95 George Zidek*

Men’s Gymnastics (1) 1991-92 Scott Keswick

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1977-78 Willie Banks 1994-95 John Godina 1997-98 Josh Johnson 2008-09 Drew & Kyle Shackleton

Men’s Soccer (1) 1997-98 Josh Keller

Men’s Swimming (8) 1975-76 Tim McDonnell 1978-79 Dan Stephenson 1984-85 Bruce Hayes 1984-85 Pat Thomas 1985-86 Steve Martz 1986-87 Brian Jones 1991-92 Andrea Cecchi 1992-93 David Fleck (diving) Men’s Tennis (1) 1995-96 Srdjan Muskatirovic

Capital One All-American Hall of Fame (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, FB Jamaal Wilkes, BB Bill Walton, BB Coach John Wooden, BB John Fowler, BB Cormac Carney, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Julie Bremner-Romias, VB

NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8) 1978 1981 1994 1999 2003 2008 2010

Rev. Donn Moomaw, Football ‘53 Willie Naulls, Basketball ‘56 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball ‘69 Bill Walton, Basketball ‘74 Ann Meyers, Basketball ‘78 Dot Richardson, Softball, ’82 Cormac Carney, Football, ’82 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, BB-Track, ‘85

Men’s Volleyball (4) 1970-71 Ed Machado 1981-82 Karch Kiraly 1986-87 Asbjorn Volstad 1996-97 Trong Nguyen* Men’s Water Polo (4) 1982-83 Brian Black 1995-96 Thomas Wong 1999-00 Parsa Bonderson 2000-01 Sean Kern Women’s Basketball (1) 1985-86 Anne Dean Women’s Golf (1) 1985-86 Kay Cockerill Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1989-90 Jill Andrews 2002-03 Kristin Parker 2002-03 Onnie Willis 2005-06 Kate Richardson Women’s Rowing (1) 2010-11 Alaizah Koorji

Softball (2) 1992-93 Lisa Fernandez 1994-95 Jennifer Brundage Women’s Swimming (5) 1995-96 Annette Salmeen 1999-00 Keiko Price 2000-01 Brigid Dwyer 2001-02 Katie Younglove 2003-04 Kristen Lewis Women’s Tennis (2) 1983-84 Karen Dewis 2010-11 Andrea Remynse Women’s Track and Field (3) 1996-97 Amy Acuff 1997-98 Nada Kawar 2006-07 Jacqueline Nguyen Women’s Volleyball (2) 1993-94 Julie Bremner 2000-01 Elisabeth Bachman *Alternate Selections

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

NCAA Top Eight Award (14)

1925 1962 1969 1996 2008

1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07

John Olmsted, Tennis William Zeltonoga, Wrestling Harold Griffin, Football Annette Salmeen, Swimming Chris Joseph, Football

NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4) 1977 1984 1996 2003

Tom Bradley, Former LA Mayor Rafer Johnson, Calif. Special Olympics John Wooden, Former UCLA BB Coach Donna de Varona, Commission on Title IX

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John Sciarra, FB Jeff Dankworth, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Cormac Carney, FB Carnell Lake, FB Jill Andrews, GYM Carlton Gray, FB Scott Keswick, GYM Lisa Fernandez, SB Julie Bremner, VB Annette Salmeen, SW Stacey Nuveman, SB Onnie Willis, GYM Kate Richardson, GYM


UCLA Undergraduate Majors and Minors

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UCLA’s Most Popular Academic Majors

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All UCLA head coaches stress involvement with the campus and the community. Whether it’s volunteering at an inner-city youth clinic, speaking to children at elementary and middle schools in the area, or assisting in campus programs such as ‘Marathon Kids’ and ‘I’m Going to College,’ community service is an important aspect of being a Bruin. These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

Community Outreach Bruin student-athletes, coaches and staff have the opportunity to participate in community service activities on campus and throughout the Los Angeles area. Examples of these events include; • Marathon Kids • Dribble for the Cure • Mattel Children’s Hospital • Elementary/Middle School Visits • Team Prime Time/Prime Time Games • UCLA Lab School Jogathon • I’m Going to College • Adopt a Classroom • Special Requests/Events These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

10 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Wooden Academy: Teamwork, Leadership and Character The Wooden Academy is a comprehensive leadership development program designed to educate and support the standards of leadership for Bruin student-athletes. The pillars of the Wooden Academy are teamwork, leadership and character. The program is named after legendary Coach John Wooden, and strives to teach the values and principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that these skills will assist student-athletes in their pursuit to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden Academy each year by attending seminars and learning practical leadership lessons from coaches, administrators and Bruin alumni.


UCLA Main Websites For Student-Athletes UCLA MAIN WEBSITES FOR RECRUITS UCLA Official Sports Site: www.uclabruins.com UCLA Internet Broadcasts: www.uclabruins.com/multimedia/ucla-stretch.html UCLA Official YouTube (including UCLA ‘Bruintalk’): www.YouTube.com/UCLA UCLA Twitter Site: http://twitter.com/UCLAAthletics UCLA University Official Site: www.ucla.edu UCLA Facebook Site: http://www.facebook.com/uclaathletics UCLA Sports Nutrition Site: www.fuelingbruins.blogspot.com

UCLA TWITTER SITES UCLA Athletics: http://twitter.com/UCLAAthletics UCLA Football Coach Rick Neuheisel on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CoachNeuheisel UCLA Basketball Coach Ben Howland On Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ben_Howland UCLA Basketball Coach Cori Close on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CoachCloseUCLA UCLA Gymnastics Coach Valorie Kondos Field on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclagymnastics

Softball won UCLA’s record 106th NCAA Team Title. All student-athletes receive free tickets to UCLA home regular season sports events to support our great teams.

UCLA Academic Quarter System Dates

UCLA Men’s Golf on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLA_bruin18

Fall Quarter: Late September-Mid-December

UCLA Women’s Golf On Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawomensgolf

Spring Quarter: Late March-Mid-June

UCLA Men’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclatennis UCLA Women’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawtennis UCLA Women’s Volleyball on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLAWomensVB

Winter Quarter: Early January-Mid-March Summer Sessions: Late June-Mid-September *Quarters are 10 weeks of instruction with a final exam in week 11

UCLA Weather

UCLA Water Polo on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawaterpolo

• 74 degrees average year-round high temperature

UCLA Women’s Softball on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclasoftball

• 55 degrees average year-round low temperature

UCLA Bruins Varsity Club on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLAbvc

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• 334 average sun days a year


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13 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


The Best On-Campus Housing Options; plus Great Food UCLA On-Campus Housing Options:

The UCLA Residential Community

All include up to 19 meals a week between 7 am and 2 am and student-athletes are guaranteed priority housing all 4 years if they desire A. Residence Halls (Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber, Hedrick as traditional high-rises) 1. Have separate showers for men and women, community bathrooms, study lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor;

BUILDING TYPES

Residence Halls Residential Plazas Residential Suites Proposed Construction

B. Residential Plazas (Sunset Village, De Neve, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Terrace and Rieber Vista) 1. Single/double/triple rooms with two shared bathrooms, air conditioning, study space, lounges, laundry;

Scholarship student-athletes are guaranteed a two person dorm room for as long as they want to stay on campus

C. Residential Suites (Hitch, Saxon) 1. Furnished two-bedrooms with own entrance, living room, shared bathroom. Each has its own laundry room and sundeck/recreation area;

Standard On-Campus Housing Amenities: • Basic Cable Television • High Speed Internet

Numerous amenities are available for student-athletes

• Student Technological Center • Overnight Shipping and Full Copying Services • Recreation/Game Rooms • Free access to basketball, volleyball, pools, tennis • Early morning/late night restaurants • ‘To-Go’ Meals • Bruin Card Charge Services • Weekly Maid Services

14 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Student-athletes live in both high rise dorms and apartment-style suites


15 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


The UCLA campus is home to numerous first class facilities for student-athletes of all sports. • Spaulding Field — practice home for the Bruin football team, features SPRINTURF field, along with one natural grass field • Acosta Center — houses locker rooms, the Athletic Performance Center and Sports Medicine Center • Spieker Aquatics Center — opened in the Fall of 2009, this state-of-the-art aquatics center is the home to the water polo and swimming and diving teams • Easton Stadium — houses the 11-time NCAA Championship softball team • Los Angeles Tennis Complex — home to Bruin tennis teams • Drake Stadium & Marshall Field — home to the nationally-ranked soccer and track and field teams • Rose Gilbert Learning Center — located in the J.D. Morgan Center, has 24 computers and numerous printers for all of the academic needs of student-athletes • Jackie Robinson Stadium — home to the Bruin baseball team and was recently renovated with new batting areas and playing surface • Gifford Golf Facility — A 3,000 square-foot bermuda bentgrass putting green, greenside/fairway bunker, and a 3,000 square foot tee-box to hit balls onto the field for the golf teams to use. • Pauley Pavilion — home to the Bruin basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams

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UCLA: The #1 Tradition in College Sports

Top Row (L to R) – Reggie Miller, basketball; Troy Aikman, football; Jimmy Connors, tennis; Cobi Jones, soccer; Amy Acuff, track & field. Second Row (L to R) – Troy Glaus, baseball; Liz Masakayan, volleyball; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball; Florence Griffith-Joyner, track & field; Karch Kiraly, volleyball.

20 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Third Row (L to R) – Jackie Robinson, football, baseball, track & field and basketball; Lisa Fernandez, softball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Bill Walton, basketball; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field. Bottom Row (L to R) – Kim Hamilton, gymnastics; John Godina, track & field; Dot Richardson, softball; Denise Curry, basketball; Ken Norton, football.


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22 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA Student-Athletes Have Job Market Success

Cormac Carney, Football U.S. District Court Judge

Ato Boldon, Track & Field Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Eric Lin, Tennis Medical Doctor

Anita Ortega, Basketball LAPD Captain

Name, Sport

Position

Gary Beban, Football

Sr. Exec. Dir., CB Richard Ellis

Eric Biefeld, Soccer

Firefighter, La Habra, CA

Pete Blackman, Basketball

UCLA Vice-Chancellor

Bethany Bogart, Soccer

Lawyer, Los Angeles

Ato Boldon, Track & Field

Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Jamie Brown, Basketball

L.A. County Fire Captain

Cormac Carney, Football

US Dist. Court Judge (So. Calif)

Kay Cockerill, Golf

Golf Analyst, NBC-Golf Channel

Courteney Cosso, Soccer

Director, Bruin Varsity Club

Alex Decret, Tennis

Landscape Architect, Los Angeles

Maura Driscoll-Farden, Gymnastics

Broadcaster Lifetime, USA Network

Joel Farkas, Golf

Chairman, JF Real Estate Dev.

Amanda Freed, Softball

Broadcaster, ESPN; Fox Sports West

Ryan Futagaki, Soccer

Sales Executive, LA Medical Corp.

Jen Gardner, Softball

Real Estate Attorney, No. Calif.

Roy Hamilton, Basketball

VP of Production, Fox Sports Net

Tim Harris, Soccer

Sr. VP of Business, Los Angeles Lakers

Melanie Hom, Soccer

Ophthalmologist, San Francisco

Tim Kelly, Volleyball

President, Bring It Promotions

Eric Lin, Tennis

Residency, UCLA Medical Center

Ryan McGuire, Baseball

UCLA MBA; Manager, Bus. Dev.

Bob Myers, Basketball

Asst. GM, Golden State Warriors

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics

Hollywood Stunt Woman, TV-Movies

Heath Montgomery, Tennis

Dentist, Santa Barbara, CA

Paul Nihipali, Volleyball

Movie Director, Video Producer

Anita Ortega, Basketball

Captain, Los Angeles Police Dept.

Doug Partie, Volleyball

President, A.B. Technical Systems

James Puffer, Water Polo

Exec. Dir. Amer. Family Practice, Louisville

Paula Rasmussen, Gymnastics

Pediatrician, Cedars-Sinai Med. Ctr.

Jill Ratner, Soccer

VP of Litigation, Fox Broadcasting

Mike Reider, Golf

Sr. VP/Manager, Union Bank of Calif.

Mary Ricks, Softball

President; Commercial Real Estate, Beverly Hills

Dr. Julie Romias, Volleyball

Doctor, Kaiser Inglewood

Tasha Schwikert, Gymnastics

Broadcaster, NBC Universal; Actress

LaRee Sugg, Golf

Senior Women’s Admin., Richmond Univ.

Stacy Sunny, Softball

Production Manager, Fox Sports Net

Necie Thompson, Basketball

FBI Agent, California

Kevin Walker, Basketball

UCLA MBA; GM Amer. Assoc Hockey

Jeff Williams, Volleyball

Sr. Acct. Executive, EMC Corp.

Chuck White, Golf

Voice-over Actor, Bus. Consultant

Dr. Bryan Wiley, Football

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Joel Wolfe, Baseball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

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Roy Hamilton, Basketball; VP Production, Fox Sports

Tim Harris, Soccer Los Angeles Lakers VP

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics Movie Stuntwoman

Chuck White, Golf Voice-Over Actor


UCLA Alumni Span The World / Job Market A Key List of Significant UCLA Alumni Accomplishments Name

Significant Accomplishment

Val Ackerman Sean Astin

Former WNBA President; US Olympic Committee Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy, Actor in other major roles, “24” Actress; movies and TV Show “Jag”, “Army Wives” Singer/Composer; 3-time Grammy Nominee for “Love Song,” & “King of Anything” Calif. Congressman in U.S. House of Rep. Actor; “School of Rock”, “Nacho Libre” Wrote ‘Love & Basketball’, ‘Secret Life of Bees’ Ran track TV Host; Winner ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Actress, Emmy Award Winner Voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons” Co-Anchor KNBC “Today in LA” 6 Academy Awards (The Godfather I, II, III) 7-time Grammy Award winner (Fifth Dimension) Lead Guitarist, ‘Linkin Park’; Multi-Grammy winner Food Network “Everyday Italian” Skyfox, Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy Winner Sr. VP Wells Fargo Bank; Nat. Spokesperson Academy Award Nominee; “127 Hours”, “Milk” Won Emmy as Robert in “Everybody Loves Raymond;” 1st Star Search $100,000 winner Actress: “Law & Order”; 2005 Golden Globe winner, Emmy nominee Actor and Producer; CBS “Navy NCIS”; People Magazine “Man of the Year” Choreographer; Judge on “Dancing w/the Stars” Actress: “Dynasty,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City” Actress: Kaylie Cruz in TV’s “Make It or Break It” President of Kennedy-Marshall; helped produce “Indiana Jones” and “Back to the Future” series Astronaut; Space Shuttle Atlantis Actress: “The Wonder Years;” TV’s “West Wing;” Published for mathematics research 1st black graduate, UCLA Law School; 1st black elected to L.A. City Council: Superior Court Judge Presiding Judge, L.A. Juvenile Court Former CEO, Disney Corporation Obama advisor; actor ‘House’, ‘Harold and Kumar’ Actor/Producer; 2003 Academy Award winner “Mystic River”; 2003 UCLA Alumnus of the Year CEO, Suntory, Ltd.; Int. Businessman UCLA Samueli Engineering School; Owner 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks Golden Globe, Emmy nominee as producer of HBO’s “Sex In The City;” Assisted “BH 90210” and “Melrose Place” Judge, U.S. District Court; 1st JapaneseAmerican appointed Fed. Court Judge Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the California Assembly Actress; “Bring It On”, “Breakin’ All the Rules”, “Daddy’s Little Girl”, “Meet Dave” President, Owner WMG, Businessman Actor: Urkel in “Family Matters”, Director Newscaster-Field Reporter for Fox News-LA Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District

Catherine Bell Sara Bareilles

Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy

Francis Ford Coppola Six-time Academy Award winner (The Godfather I, II, III)

Howard L. Berman Jack Black Gina Prince-Bythewood Brooke Burke Carol Burnett Nancy Cartwright Ted Chen Francis Ford Coppola Marilyn McCoo Davis Brad Delson Giada DeLaurentis Rick Dickert Brenda Ross Dulan James Franco Brad Garrett Mariska Hargitay Mark Harmon Carrie Ann Inaba Heather Locklear Josie Loren Frank Marshall Megan McArthur Danica McKellar Billy Mills

Carrie Ann Inaba Judge for “Dancing with the Stars’

Michael Nash Michael Ovitz Kal Penn Tim Robbins Nobutada Saji Henry Samueli Darren Star

Robert R. Takasugi Antonio Villaraigosa Gabrielle Union Gabrielle Union Movie Actress “Bring It On”

Casey Wasserman Jaleel White Jane Yamamoto Zev Yaroslavsky

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Kal Penn Obama Advisor, Actor

Mark Harmon Actor, Former Football Player People Mag. “Man of Year” Star of Navy NCIS

Heather Locklear Actress Melrose Place, Spin City

Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the Calif Assembly


UCLA Alumni Networks Cover The World UCLA Alumni in the United States (3% live in foreign countries) W ashington

North Dakota

M ontana

M aine Vermont M innesota

Oregon Idaho

New Hampshire S outh Dakota

W isconsin

New York

M assachusetts

M ichigan

W yoming

R hode Island Connecticut P ennsylvania

Iowa Nebraska

New Jersey

Nevada Ohio Utah

Indiana

Illinois

Delaware W est Virginia

Colorado California Kansas

M aryland Virginia District of Columbia

M issouri Kentucky

North Carolina Tennessee

Arizona Oklahoma Arkansas

New M exico

S outh Carolina

TOTAL UCLA ALUMNI IN THE U.S. M ississippi

Texas

Alabama

Georgia

259,544 4,000 – 6,000

Louisiana

2,000 – 3,999 1,000 – 1,999

Alaska Florida

500 – 999 Hawaii

300 – 499 200 – 299 100 – 199 less than 99

UCLA Alumni Groups Exist World-Wide (www.UCLAlumni.net/FindBruins)

In California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Los Angeles’ Westside Downtown Los Angeles LA-South Bay/Beach Cities Lake Arrowhead Area Orange County Greater Pasadena Palm Springs Inland Empire San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Sacramento San Diego County San Fernando Valley San Francisco/Bay Area Santa Clarita Ventura County Whittier

Outside California • • • • • • • •

Boston, MA Chicago, IL Honolulu, HI New York City Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Seattle, WA Washington DC

International • • • • • • •

China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand

The Portfolio of the Typical UCLA Graduate (almost 300,000 alumni were utilized for the figures below along with career center and local area housing statistics)

$77,500 $765,355 $522,500 92% 51% 68% 67% 65% 75%

Average yearly personal income Average investment portfolio value Average value of home ownership Own their own homes or condominiums Own other real estate properties Hold management/professional positions Have done postgraduate studies after UCLA Donate up to 10% of income to charity Have traveled outside U.S. in last 2 years

Where UCLA Graduates Live 45% Live in Los Angeles County 62% Live in Southern California 77% Live in the State of California 97% Live in the United States

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UCLA’s Community is Where Everybody Wants To Live Mulholland Drive (5 miles from UCLA) 14

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12 Dr. Phil McGraw

24 Jay Leno

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Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes

13 Samuel L. Jackson

25 Charlie Sheen

3

Tom Hanks/Rita Wilson

14 Jack Nicholson

26 Antonio Banderas

4

Pete Sampras/ Bridgette Wilson

15 Ben Affleck/ Jennifer Garner

27 Billy Crystal

5

Sean Astin

16 Kirsten Dunst

29 Jackie Chan

6

Nicolas Cage

17 Al Pacino

30 Arnold Schwarzenegger

7

Courteney Cox/ David Arquette

18 Eddie Murphy

31 Michael Douglas/ Catherine Zeta-Jones

8

Warren Beatty/ Annette Bening

20 Harrison Ford/ Calista Flockhart

32 Whoopi Golberg

9

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

21 John Lithgow

10 Lionel Richie

34 Mark Harmon

22 Paris Hilton

11 Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie

35 David Beckham

23 Casey Wasserman

36. Reese Witherspoon

19 Halle Berry

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28 Jim Carrey

33 Lindsay Lohan

Adjacent Sites A Westwood Village, UCLA’s Mall B Bel Air Country Club C Beverly Center D Century City Mall E Santa Monica Promenade UCLA Sites aa Morgan Center bb Pauley Pavilion cc Drake Stadium dd LA Tennis Center ee Spieker Aquatics ff Easton Stadium gg Robinson Stadium

Hollywood / The Grove (10 miles from UCLA)

Beaches / Pacific Ocean (5 miles from UCLA)

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2012 UCLA Men's Tennis Media Guide  

2012 UCLA Men's Tennis Media Guide

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