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2013 DELAWARE BLUE HENS Name

Yr.

Hometown/High School (Previous School)

Evan Andrews

So.

York, Pa./York Suburban

Troy Beneck

Jr.

Wilmington, Del/Wilmington Friends

Jason Derene

Jr.

Milton, Ga./Milton

Mike Furr

Fr.

Kennett Square, Pa./Unionville

Nolan Gelman

Jr.

Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills HS West (Bryant)

Adam Lawton

Jr.

Estepona, Spain/Sek-El Castillo (Virginia Tech)

Alex Sweet

Fr.

Naples, Fla./Barron Collier

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS UNIVERSITY FACTS Locaion.................................................................................. Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded................................................................................................................ 1743 Enrollment..................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates Nickname (Mascot)...............................................................Fightin’ Blue Hens (YoUDee) Colors................................................................................................ Royal Blue & Gold NCAA Affiliation..................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................ Colonial Athletic Association ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF President......................................................................................... Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative..................................................... Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services........................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services.................................... Samantha Huge Assistant AD/Internal Affairs (SWA)................................................................. Sue Groff Associate AD/Business Affairs................................................................... Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Affairs...................................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services................................................................ Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance......................................................................................... TBA Associate AD/ Financial Strategies + Athlete Performance........................... Augie Maurelli Compliance Coordinator.............................................................................. Lauren Harris Assistant AD/Operations.............................................................................. Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions......................................................Kristy Fletcher Director, Athletics Development (Interim)......................................................... Mark Urick Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician........................................... Dr. Andrew Reisman Sports Medicine Physician.............................................................Dr. Geoffrey Gustavsen Sports Medicine Nurses..............................................................Lisa Sinclair, Mary Zagar Head Athletic Trainer...................................................................................... John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainers.................................................. Joan Couch, Dan Watson Asst. Athletic Trainers.............................Courtney Butterworth, Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant AD/Media Relations..................................................................Scott Selheimer Asst. Sports Information Director.....................................................................Kevin Tritt Asst. Sports Information Director (Men’s Tennis Contact)............................. Maggie Hayon Hayon’s Office Phone...............................................................................302-831-6389 Hayon’s E-mail.................................................................................... mhayon@udel.edu Media Relations/Multimedia Assistant.........................................................Adam Nichols UD Athletics Web Site....................................................................... www.bluehens.com MEN’S TENNIS INFORMATION Head Coach....................................................Laura Travis | Delaware ‘89 | Delaware ‘98 Coaching Record at Delaware.........................................................208-157 | 20th Season Overall Coaching Record................................................................208-157 | 20th Season Office Phone............................................................................................302-831-8651 Email Address......................................................................................... leroy@udel.edu Mailing Address............................................................................. Delaware Field House ....................................................................University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716 Assistant Coaches.......................... Vince Maximo | Washington (Md.) ‘90 | Fourth Season .................................................................Austin Longacre | Delaware ‘10 | First Season ...............................................................Samantha Carnall | Delaware ‘12 | First Season 2012 Record..................................................................8-9 overall (2-4 CAA / 8th place) Letterwinners Returning / Lost................................................................................. 5/3 Newcomers................................................................................................................. 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2013 Quick Facts.................................................................1 Blue Hen Coaching Staff.................................................... 2-5 Player Profiles............................................................... 6-11 Colonial Athletic Association...............................................12 2011-12 Season Results/Honors........................................13 All-Time Results........................................................... 14-20 Year-by-Year Results................................................... 21-22 Blue Hen Record Book.................................................. 23-25 All-Time Blue Hen Roster.............................................. 26-27 University of Delaware................................................ 28-31 UD Athletic Facilities.................................................... 32-33 WHY BLUE HENS? University of Delaware's athletic teams have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – "The Fightin' Blue Hens." It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused itself by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular formof amusement, and the "Blue Hens' Chickens" quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell's company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as "the Blue Hen Chicken" company. One version of the story states that Caldwell's company rushed into battle screaming "We're sons of the Blue Hen and we're game to the end!" Captain Caldwell's company was part of Col. John Haslet's first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as "The Fighting Delawares," Haslet's regiment also won the sobriquet, "The Blue Hen Chickens," which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the "Blue Hen Chicken" was named the official state bird. UD’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm.

DELAWARE MEN’S TENNIS HISTORY All-Time Record....................................................................... 632-483-10 (98 Seasons) Conference Titles.......................................................................................................... 2 ........................................................1973-74 (Middle Atlantic), 1996-97 (America East) NCAA Tournament Appearances................................................................................None CREDITS The 2013 University of Delaware Men’s Tennis Media Guide was designed, written and edited by Maggie Hayon and Kevin Tritt of the Delaware Sports Information Office. Assistance provided by Adam Nichols and Scott Selheimer. Photos by Mark Campbell, Ed Davis and UD Photo Services.

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LAURA TRAVIS HEAD COACH

20th Season • 208-157 • Delaware ‘89 • Delaware ‘98 record 42-match win streak which tied the longest win streak by any women’s athletic team in UD history.

Laura Travis will begin her 21st season as head coach of the University of Delaware women’s tennis team and 20th season as men’s tennis head coach during the 2012-13 campaign. Travis, the former Laura LeRoy, has enjoyed nothing but success with both teams since taking over the the women’s reigns from B.J. Ferguson in 1992-93 and the men’s head position from UD Hall of Fame member Roy Rylander in 1993-94. She served as Rylander’s assistant coach in 1992-93. Her Delaware men’s teams have won at least 10 matches in all but four seasons and her overall record is 208-157 (.570), including a 15-5 record in 1996-97 when the Blue Hens captured the America East title. The win marked just the second conference title in school history and the first since 1974. She also led the Blue Hens to a second place finish in 1995-96 and semifinal appearances in 1995, 1998, and 1999. Travis was named America East Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year twice, in 1996, and 1997. On the women’s side, Travis has led the Blue Hens to a 20-year record of 237-119 (.666) which includes establishing school records for wins in three different seasons when the Hens posted marks of 17-0, 17-1, and 17-9. She led the Blue Hens to eight straight America East Tournament second place finishes in 1994-2001 and was the league Coach of the Year in 1994-95, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. Most recently, Travis has led the Blue Hens to eight consecutive 10-plus win seasons. Her 1996-97 team went undefeated with a 17-0 mark and her 1997-98 squad completed a school

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Prior to returning to her alma mater as an assistant coach, Travis served as head coach for boy’s and girl’s tennis at nearby A.I. duPont High School. Travis, the first woman to coach a men’s team at the University of Delaware, has been named conference Coach of the Year five times, twice in men’s and three times in women’s tennis. In 1995, she was named the United States Professional Tennis Association Middle Atlantic Division Women’s College Coach of the Year. In addition, she was the USPTA Women’s Open Player of the Year in 1995 and the USPTA Rookie of the Year in 1994. A 1989 University of Delaware honors graduate in physical education, Travis was one of the all-time great tennis players in Blue Hen history during her career in 1985-89. A native of Wilmington, Del. and an All-State player at Tower Hill School, she was a four-time East Coast Conference champion in singles and doubles and led the Blue Hens to East Coast Conference team titles in 1987 and 1988. She was voted team Most Valuable Player all four years. She was inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame in November, 2001. While at Delaware, she set school records for singles wins in a season (22 in 1988-89) and a career (73-12) and doubles wins in a career (269 with Christie Ellis). She was the 1988-89 ECC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women’s tennis and was a CoSIDA/GTE District II All-Academic second team selection. In December, 2003, Travis was named the national winner of the United States Tennis Association and International Tennis Association Campus Recreation Award on December 3. She has been instrumental in the implementation of several pro-

grams geared to increasing tennis participation on the Delaware campus. Over the last six years, she has implemented USA Tennis Free for All, USA Tennis 1-2-3 and USA Team tennis programs on her campus. All these programs are related to the USA Tennis Program Pathway, which stresses “trying, learning, playing and competing” aspects of picking up and playing a sport. Travis earned her masters degree in physical education and sports psychology from Delaware in 1998. She and her husband Gerry, reside in Newark with their daughters, Brooke and Chase.

Travis’ Career Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Record (Conference Finish) 10-7 (6th); America East Tourn. 15-3 (4th) 14-4 (2nd); AE Coach of the Year 15-5 (1st); AE Coach of the Year 10-8 (3rd) 12-10 (3rd) 11-13, Quarterfinals 13-9 (3rd) 10-7, CAA Quarterfinals 11-15, Quarterfinals 12-11, Quarterfinals 12-7, Quarterfinals 8-8, Quarterfinals 9-11, Quarterfinals 10-7, Quarterfinals 10-5, Quarterfinals 10-11, Quarterfinals 9-7, Quarterfinals 8-9, Quarterfinals 208-157 (.570)

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VINCE MAXIMO ASSISTANT COACH Fourth Season • Washington (Md.) ‘90

Vince Maximo will begin his fourth season as assistant coach for the University of Delaware women and men’s tennis teams in 2012-13. A 1990 graduate of Washington (Md.) College, Maximo earned a degree in business management and was a three-year member of the men’s tennis team, 1987-1989. Posting a 71-16 team record during his years, he helped the Shoremen to three Middle Atlantic Conference championships, while WC ranked third in 1987 and fourth in 1988 and 1989 after the NCAA Division III National Tournament. During his college years, Maximo worked as an instructor for Ocean Pines Tennis Association and the Shoremen tennis camp. He has also played in invitational sectional championships for Middle States USTA and national championships for World Team Tennis. Maximo, who holds over 20 years of experience in the banking industry, has held various leadership positions at Bank of America/MBNA America, and most recently served as a Senior Vice President in the card marketing division at Bank of America. Currently, Maximo serves as a Tech Project Solutions Consultant, specializing in project management, technical development management, and project deployment. Maximo resides in Wilmington, Del. with his wife, Julia, and their two English chocolate labradors.

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AUSTIN LONGACRE ASSISTANT COACH First Season • Delaware ‘10 He earned Second Team All-CAA singles and Third Team All-CAA doubles accolades for both seasons.

One of the most decorated players in University of Delaware men’s tennis history, Austin Longacre returns to the Blue Hens for the 201213 campaign as his first season as an assistant coach. Delaware head coach Laura Travis, now in her 21st season with the Blue Hens and also a UD alumnus, regarded Longacre as one of the most accomplished Delaware tennis graduates. She continued, “Austin’s on-court record speaks for itself, but more importantly, he shares our team values and our vision to move the Delaware tennis programs forward.” Longacre was a four-year letter winner for Delaware and is the all-time singles career wins leader with a record of 70-38, all in the number one slot. Additionally, he posted a doubles record of 56-41, also all in the first flight. A three-time UD Alumni Association/Alexander J. Taylor Team Most Valuable Player, Longacre garnered First Team All-Colonial Athletic Association Doubles and Second Team All-CAA Singles honors as a senior. He finished the season with a singles record of 18-8 in the top spot while going 16-10 in doubles action. During his junior season, Longacre scored a singles record of 20-5, good for third all-time to sit third on the all-time most wins list.

Off the court, Longacre was the Vice President of the Delaware Christian Athletes, where he organized recreational-based events such as dodgeball and ultimate Frisbee tournaments in addition to bowling nights. Furthermore, he arranged service projects like Jesus Justice and the Poor and a rebuilding service project in Philadelphia. As Vice President, Longacre also budgeted and allocated funding for all service projects and retreats. Longacre also interned with the University of Delaware Chief Financial Officer’s office and Global Refuge Internaional. Additionally, he spent eight years as an assistant tennis professional with Better Tennis LLC in Elkton, Md. Longacre graduated in 2010 from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s of science degree in finance. Following graduation, Longacre furthered his education by receiving a master’s in business administration from Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he also served two seasons as an assistant tennis coach. The Orange, Texas native began playing tennis at the age of nine and is the son of Audy and Debbie Longacre, both University of Delaware graduates. Longacre was a four-year tennis standout at Avon Grove High School and won the Pennsylvania singles state championship in 2006.

Longacre put up a school-record 22 singles wins while playing in a school-best 33 matches played as a sophomore.

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SAMANTHA CARNALL ASSISTANT COACH First Season • Delaware ‘12

Fresh off of an illustrious career for the University of Delaware women’s tennis team, Samantha Carnall is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Blue Hens in 2012-13. Delaware head coach Laura Travis, now in her 20th season with the Hens, and also a UD alumnus, considers Carnall as one of the best players in Delaware history and is excited about her return to the squad. She continued,” We are thrilled to have Samantha join our coaching staff. Her on-court record speaks for its itself, but more importantly, she shares our team values and vision to move the program forward.” Carnall was a four-year letter-winner for the Blue Hens and has set multiple school records. She holds the all-time career singles wins mark with a 91-28 record (.765) in addition to the all-time career doubles wins record at 85-31 (.733). During the 2009-10 season, Carnall broke the school record for singles wins with 30. During the same season, Carnall recorded a 27-6 doubles mark to tie the school record. Combined with Megan Doran, is the winningest doubles pair in Delaware history (43-8). As a senior, Carnall was named the UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable player in addition to earning Colonial Athletic Association Singles Second Team honors. She finished the season with a singles record of 18-7 and a fourgame winning streak. Carnall was also an ITA Regionals competitor in both singles and doubles action her senior season.

During her junior campaign, she posted a 2411 record in singles play, while combining with Megan Doran to tally a 24-6 overall doubles mark. Carnall also was the Swarthmore Invitational Flight B Doubles Champion with Doran. She won the Saint Joseph’s University Flight 2 Singles and Flight 1 Doubles titles and was named the National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for October 3. Carnall was also named the CAA Singles Player of the Week for April 13. Off of the court, Carnall was a four-time Dean’s List and Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll selection, earning the honor each year of her career. As a senior, she was named to the National Collegiate Athlete Honor Society. Carnall spent a lot of her free time as a tennis camp coach (UMASS & Tennis in the Streets), volunteering with the Special Olympics and as a member of the Blue Hen Marketing Club. She was also the elected team representative for the Delaware Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, where she negotiated, discussed and voted on issues relevant to the student-athlete body, developed advertising concepts and campaigns, and interacted and collaborated with faculty, other student organizations and student-athletes. A native of Northampton, Mass., Carnall received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing with an Advertising minor from Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics in May 2012.

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EVAN ANDREWS Sophomore • York, Pa. • York Suburban HS

AT DELAWARE: Sportsmanship Award honoree (2011-12). 2011-12 SEASON: Finished second on the team with a .643 (9-5) singles winning mark as a freshman • posted a perfect 3-0 record in the No. 4 singles spot • paired with junior Ryan Kent to collect a 4-1 overall doubles record, including marks of 1-0 in the No. 1 and No. 3 positions • along with Kent, recorded a three-game winning streak • also tallied a three-game winning streak with doubles partner Nolan Gelman • earned the UD Team Sportsmanship Award.

ANDREWS YEAR-BY-YEAR 2011-12 Totals

Singles 9-5 9-5

Doubles 12-8 12-8

chose Delaware for its campus and engineering program, as well as tennis • lists his father, who has been coaching him since he was four, as his biggest influence • chemical engineering major at the University.

HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the tennis team from 2007-08 and again from 2010-11, playing for Donna Platt • two-year varsity letterwinner • named York County Player of the Year twice • also a member of the York Suburban High School basketball team as a power forward • served as his school’s National German Honor Society President • earned distinguished academic honors • will see former teammate Alex Veronis (Saint Joseph’s). PERSONAL: Evan Tyler Andrews • son of Bradley and Sharon Andrews • has one older brother, Cory, who was also a former high school doubles partner • hobbies include German cars •

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TROY BENECK Junior • Wilmington, Del. • Wilmington Friends

BENECK YEAR-BY-YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Singles 15-7 16-13 31-20

Doubles 16-8 18-8 34-16

AT DELAWARE: Two-time 3rd team All-CAA Singles and Doubles honoree.

ed Alexander J. Taylor UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player plaudits.

2011-12 SEASON: Earned 34 combined wins in doubles and singles play to improve to 65-36 (.644) in two-year career • finished second on the team with 16 wins in singles action • recorded season-long six-game winning streak in addition to a four-game winning streak • Saint Joseph’s University Invitational Singles Flight 1 Finalist • paired with sophomore Adam Lawton to lead Blue Hens with a 13-6 doubles record in the No. 1 position • duo finished with a 17-8 overall season record • collected team-high four-game doubles winning streak with Lawton • earned third team All-CAA singles and doubles honors for second straight year • ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles/Round of 32) with Lawton.

HIGH SCHOOL: Enjoyed one of the finest careers of any tennis player in Delaware history • played four years of tennis at Wilmington Friends School • played No. 1 singles all four years • three-time individual state champion • team won state title twice • graduated with an individual record of 69-1 • team went undefeated (13-0) in 2007 • also played one year of basketball.

2010-11 SEASON: Combined to win 31 matches between doubles and singles play • posted a team-high singles record of 15-7 • went 13-4 in No. 2 singles action • paired with Andre Vorobyov to go 15-7 in doubles play • pair posted a 7-1 mark in No. 2 doubles matches • named third team All Colonial Athletic Association for singles as well as doubles • earned CAA Singles Player of the Week honors on Apr. 13 • award-

PERSONAL: Troy Michael Beneck (“ben-ick”) • son of Steve and Diane Beneck • both parents are University of Delaware alumni • father was a quarterback on the football team from 197677 at Delaware • once hit a shot between his legs • leaves his shoes untied as a pre-game superstition • has two younger brothers • honor student as a exercise science major at Delaware • enjoys playing the guitar.

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RETURNERS | JASON DERENE

JASON DERENE Junior • Milton, Ga. • Milton HS

AT DELAWARE: CAA Commissioner’s Academic honoree. 2011-12 SEASON: Finished season with a 1211 singles record while going 5-2 in doubles play • posted a 3-1 doubles mark with classmate Nolan Gelman • Hampton Roads Collegiate Tennis Invitational Level 8-9 Doubles Champion with Ian LeBlanc • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.

DERENE YEAR-BY-YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

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Singles 7-3 12-11 19-14

Doubles 4-3 5-2 9-5

PERSONAL: Jason David Derene (“duh-reen”) • born Feb. 18, 1992 • son of Craig and Susan Derene • once hit a volley behind his back during a match • has been playing tennis since he was eight years old • has one younger sister • honor student as a sport management major at Delaware.

2010-11 SEASON: Went 7-3 in singles action while going 4-3 in doubles play • went 2-0 in No. 6 singles • won the Swarthmore Invitational Flight D Singles title • went 3-1 in No. 4 doubles with Nick Piacente. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years at Milton High School • played No. 1 and No. 2 singles • team’s record improved each season from 5-16 in 2006-07 to 18-4 in 2009-10 • earned four letters • named team’s Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, and Best All-Around Player • also earned Coach’s Award • underwent shoulder surgery as a junior • named to Principal’s Honor Roll while earning Language Arts and Social Studies Awards.

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NOLAN GELMAN Junior • Dix Hills, N.Y. • Half Hollow Hills HS West • Bryant

AT DELAWARE: Posted a 12-9 singles record in his first season with the Blue Hens • played majority of season in the No. 4 slot, recording a 8-8 mark • tallied an overall mark of 13-9 in doubles play • went 3-0 in the No. 3 doubles spot with Jason Derene and 7-5 in the No. 3 spot with Evan Andrews • collected a seasonhigh three-game winning streak with Andrews. 2010-11 SEASON: Did not compete at UD due to NCAA transfer regulations.

GELMAN YEAR-BY-YEAR (at Delaware) 2011-12 Totals

Singles 12-9 12-9

Doubles 13-9 13-9

2009-10 SEASON (AT BRYANT UNIVERSITY): Went 14-4 in singles as a Bulldog, including a 6-0 mark in the Northeast Conference • posted a 7-1 record in No. 5 singles, capping the year with a 6-0 streak and going 11-1 in his last 12 matches • went 7-10 in doubles • named First Team All-NEC at fifth flight • named First Team All-NEC No. 1 Doubles • also a kicker on Bryant’s football team.

Colts • Also a member of the basketball team for three seasons as a two-year letter winner • served as football team’s kicker, helping the team to the Long Island Championship in 2010 while earning three letters • All-State soccer player • named Suffolk County MVP, League 4 MVP in 2010 • four year soccer letter winner • four-time honor roll member from 2007-10 • member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Nolan Yale Gelman • born January 3, 1992 • son of Rick and Lynn Gelman • has two older brothers, Bryan and Preston • chose Delaware for the good fit academically and athletically • began playing tennis at the age of five • lists brothers as biggest influences because they taught him to be tough both physically and mentally • business major at the University • served as an intern in the treasury department at Broadridge, a provider of investor communications and technology.

HIGH SCHOOL: A standout player at Half Hollow Hills High School for Kim Langendorfer • Posted a 20-6 record overall in last season and is currently the 20th-ranked player in New York and ranked 33rd in the Mid-Atlantic region • Named All-State in Tennis from 2007-10 • Achieved all-state honors in soccer for the

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ADAM LAWTON Junior • Estepona, Spain • Sek-El Castillo • Virginia Tech

AT DELAWARE: Alexander J. Taylor UD Alumni Association Team MVP (2011-12) • 3rd Team All-CAA doubles selection (2011-12).

LAWTON YEAR-BY-YEAR 2011-12 Totals

Singles 17-9 17-9

Doubles 17-9 17-9

2011-12 SEASON: Made an immediate impact in his first season for the Blue Hens with a teambest 17-9 (.654) singles record • posted a 16-7 record in the No. 2 singles slot • recorded teamhigh seven-game winning streak • paired with Troy Beneck for a 17-8 overall doubles record, including a 13-6 mark in the first flight • duo competed at the ITA Regionals Doubles Round 32 • pair also recorded a team-high four-game winning streak • Alexander J. Taylor UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player • 3rd Team All-CAA Doubles selection • Saint Joseph’s University Invitational Single Flight 2 Finalist. 2010-11 SEASON (AT VIRGINIA TECH): Gained experience at the collegiate level while competing for the Hokies • went 3-1 overall in tournament doubles matches, including a 3-0 mark with Jonathan Pine • pair won the Red Doubles Flight at the University of Virginia Classic • did not see any action in dual matches • went 1-5 in singles during tournament play.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Competed for Club SEK from 2004-10 • helped to a Champions of Madrid title in 2010 as part of the Under 18 team • No. 231 in the Men’s National Spanish rankings • qualified for the Main Draw at the ITA Future Event in Melilla, Spain • diploma for outstanding academic achievement in 2009 • Student of the Year in his residence hall from 2006-09. PERSONAL: Adam Matthew Lawton • born March 4, 1992 • son of Roy and Patricia Lawton • twin sister Maria plays tennis at the University of Alabama • born in England, lived in South Africa, Indonesia, Cuba, Russia, Spain and the United States • enjoys swimming, reading, travelling and playing golf or soccer • chose Delaware for the opportunity to compete at a high level and for its excellent chemical engineering program • began playing tennis at the age nine when he was living in Cuba • lists Rafael Nadal as his biggest influence for what he has achieved at such a young age • environmental engineering biotechnology major at the University.

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MIKE FURR

Freshman • Kennett Square, Pa. • Unionville HS

AT DELAWARE: First-year member of Blue Hen Tennis. HIGH SCHOOL: Pennsylvania State AAA tennis singles champion (2011) with four commanding straight set victories • led Unionville High School to a team silver-medal finish at the AAA State Championship as a junior • finished first in the Ches-Mont League in singles play as a sophomore (undefeated) and junior and second in the league his freshman and senior years • despite playing with an injury, placed four in the state singles in 2012 • ranked in the Top 10 in every age group for his section • played for Sharon Largent and Robert Nirth • member of the National Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society and B+ Club.

PERSONAL: Michael Sanders Furr • born June 18, 1994 in Fiarfax Station, Va. • son of Robert B. Furr, Jr. and Heidi Furr • has an older brother, Robert, who was a member of the Blue Hen rowing team • majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in biomed at UD with the goal of becoming a biomechanical engineer • favorite sports teams are the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Redskins • enjoys running • has aspirations of participating in Engineers Without Borders.

ALEX SWEET Freshman • Naples, Fla. • Barron Collier HS

AT DELAWARE: First year member of the Blue Hen tennis team. HIGH SCHOOL: 2012 Florida State High School Singles Champion • 2011 and 2012 All-Conference honoree • helped lead Barron Collier High School to two Florida State Team Championships • played for Eric Manring at BCHS. PERSONAL: Alex Sweet • born June 20, 1994 in Madison, Wis. • son of Gary and Kay Sweet • both parents are heavily involved with tennis as father is a managing partner at a tennis academy and mother is a tennis pro • mother played tennis at Arizona State University • has one younger brother, Alan • grandfather, Atsushi Miyagi, won the 1955 U.S. Open Doubles Championship • major is undecided • lists the Green Bay Packers as his favorite sports team • enjoys golfing. 2013 BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE • BLUEHENS.COM

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS The Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting 12

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victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons.

William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received All-America honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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2 0 1 1 - 1 2 R E S U LT S 9-7 overall | 3-3 CAA CAA Quarterfinals Sept. 23-25 Saint Joseph's Tournament............................ No Scoring Oct. 1

Drexel.......................................................... No Scoring

Oct. 2

Drexel (Match Play)...................................... No Scoring

Oct. 7-9

Hampton Roads Tournament.......................... No Scoring

Oct. 15-16

Lehigh Invitational ....................................... No Scoring

Oct. 20-23

ITA Regionals at University of Virginia........... No Scoring

Jan. 29

vs. Richmond........................................................L 3-4

Feb. 12

at Lehigh..............................................................L 3-4

Feb. 16

vs. Morgan State................................................ W 7-0

Feb. 25

Saint Joseph's.................................................... W 5-2

March 3

at Navy...............................................................L 1-6

March 18

*Hofstra............................................................. W 6-1

March 20

Temple.................................................................L 3-4

March 22

Lafayette........................................................... W 7-0

March 25

at *Old Dominion..................................................L 0-7

March 27

at Norfolk State................................................. W 5-2

March 28

at *VCU (from 3/24) ...................Canceled (high winds)

March 30

vs. James Madison (at Old Dominion)....................L 0-7

March 31

at *William & Mary..............................................L 1-6

April 7

*Drexel.............................................................. W 5-2

April 10

at Mt. St. Mary's............................................... W 7-0

April 15

at *George Mason................................................L 2-5

April 19

#Drexel ............................................................. W 4-1

April 20

#VCU ..................................................................L 0-4

BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 2011-12 HONORS AND MILESTONES

TEAM · NCAA Public Recognition Academic Award TROY BENECK · 3rd team All-Colonial Athletic Association Singles · 3rd team All-Colonial Athletic Association Doubles · Saint Joseph's University Invitational Singles Flight 1 Finalist · ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles/Round of 32) JASON DERENE · Hampton Roads Collegiate Tennis Invitational Level 8-9 Doubles Champion · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll RYAN KENT · Hampton Roads Collegiate Tennis Invitational Level 9 Singles Champion · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll ADAM LAWTON · UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player · 3rd team All-Colonial Athletic Association Doubles · Saint Joseph's Univ. Invitational Singles Flight 2 Finalist · ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles/Round of 32) · Alexander J. Taylor/UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player Award

Home Matches in Yellow * Colonial Athletic Association Match # Colonial Athletic Association Championships (at Old Dominion University)

IAN LeBLANC · Hampton Roads Collegiate Tennis Invitational Level 8-9 Doubles Champion EVAN ANDREWS · UD Team Sportsmanship Award

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 1910 (0-1) Head Coach: None Listed May 24 at Swarthmore................... L 0-4 1912 (0-2) Head Coach: None Listed Captain: Elmer Hook May 17 Saint John’s....................... L 1-3 n/a Swarthmore.... L (No score avail.) 1915 (0-1) Head Coach: George E. Dutton May 4 Drexel............................... L 2-4 1916 (1-2-1) Head Coach: None Listed May 6 Haverford.......................... L 0-6 May 10 Swarthmore....................... L 1-5 May 17 Western Maryland.............T 4-4 May 20 Drexel............................. W 5-1 May 27 at Penn. Military College........ na 1917 (2-0) Coaches: George E. Dutton, Dean Cullimore Captain: J.G. McMillan April 28 at Saint John’s................. W 5-1 May 26 at Western Maryland....... W 4-2 1918 (1-1) Head Coach: George E. Dutton Captain: J.G. McMillan April 27 Haverford........................ W 4-2 May 4 Swarthmore....................... L 0-4 1919 (1-1-1) Head Coach: George E. Dutton Captain: J. Willard Humphrey April 26 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 3 at Haverford......................T 3-3 May 24 Johns Hopkins.................. W 6-0 1920 (0-7) Head Coach: George E. Dutton Captain: Horty April 28 Swarthmore....................... L 0-6 May 1 Stevens College.................. L 1-3 May 15 Haverford @ Wilmington.... L 2-4 May 20 at Blue Ridge..................... L 2-4 May 21 at Johns Hopkins................ L 1-4 May 22 at Maryland....................... L 2-4 May 29 at Moravian....................... L 2-4 1921 (2-3) Head Coach: George E. Dutton May 7 at George Washington........ L 0-4 May 10 at Moravian....................... L 1-5 May 11 at Lafayette....................... L 0-6 May 12 at Drexel......................... W 4-1 May 21 Johns Hopkins.................. W 4-2 1922 (0-5) Head Coach: George E. Dutton April 21 at Dupont CC...................... L 2-4 May 5 Drexel @ Wilmington......... L 2-4 May 13 at Moravian....................... L 2-4 May 26 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 30 Haverford @ Wilmington.... L 1-5

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1923 (0-6) Head Coach: Prof. Preston April 28 at Haverford...................... L 0-5 May 2 George Washington.................. L May 5 Johns Hopkins.................... L 0-6 May 18 at Rutgers......................... L 0-6 May 25 at Swarthmore................... L 0-7 May 30 Drexel..................................... L 1924 (0-4) Head Coaches: Prof. Preston May 2 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 3 at Rutgers......................... L 1-5 May 11 at Drexel........................... L 0-6 May 16 at Catholic......................... L 1-5 1925 (4-4) Coaches/Captain: J.Malloy April 19 at Rutgers....................... W 4-2 April 24 Franklin & Marshall @ Wilm..L 2-5 April 30 at Dickinson....................... L 0-5 May 5 at Haverford...................... L 1-5 May 13 Drexel............................. W 5-1 May 16 at Catholic......................... L 1-5 May 17 at George Washington...... W 4-2 May 21 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-0 1926 (2-3-1) Head Coach: Dr. Eastman Captain: Fred Creamer April 17 Haverford.......................... L 1-5 April 21 at Drexel...........................T 3-3 April 30 at Blue Ridge................... W 5-1 May 9 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-0 May 15 Maryland........................... L 0-7 May 21 Franklin & Marshall............ L 0-6 1927 (3-3) Head Coach: Captain K. S. Whittemore Captain: E.P.K. Meredith April 23 Drexel............................. W 5-1 May 4 Ursinus.............................. L 2-4 May 6 Saint Joseph’s.........................W May 13 at Haverford...................... L 1-5 May 14 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 21 Saint John’s............................W 1928 (1-5) Head Coach: Captain K. S. Whittemore Captain: Fred Creamer April 13 at North Carolina............... L 1-8 April 14 at Hampden-Sidney............ L 2-5 May 3 Drexel............................. W 4-2 May 8 at Johns Hopkins................ L 1-6 May 12 Franklin & Marshall............ L 1-6 May 16 Haverford.......................... L 2-4 1929 (1-8) Head Coach: Major Glassburn Captain: Fred Creamer April 1 at William & Mary............. L 1-7 April 2 at Hampden-Sidney............ L 1-8 April 3 at Johns Hopkins................ L 0-7 April 19 at Swarthmore................... L 1-2 April 20 at Drexel........................... L 0-7 May 4 Gettysburg........................ L 2-4 May 10 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 0-9 May 15 Western Maryland........... W 4-2 May 18 Ursinus.............................. L 1-5

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1930 (2-3-2) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: None April 11 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 2 at Johns Hopkins................ L 0-5 May 3 at Western Maryland....... W 4-3 May 7 Haverford.......................... L 0-6 May 17 Saint Joseph’s....................T 3-3 May 20 Washington College.......... W 4-2 May 23 at Maryland.......................T 3-3 1931 (1-5-1) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Joseph Moran April 22 at Haverford...................... L 0-9 May 5 Ursinus..............................T 3-3 May 9 at Swarthmore................... L 0-9 May 15 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 0-9 May 16 at Dickinson....................... L 2-7 May 20 Saint Joseph’s.........................W May 22 at Maryland....................... L 2-7 1932 (1-5-1) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: J. W. Brown April 30 Drexel............................. W 5-4 May 4 Phil. Coll. of Osteopathy..... L 2-7 May 7 at Dickinson....................... L 1-8 May 14 Haverford.......................... L 1-8 May 18 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 1-6 May 21 Maryland........................... L 2-7 May 25 at Western Maryland.........T 2-2 1933 (4-1) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: J. W. Brown May 10 Phil. Coll. of Osteopathy... W 6-1 May 13 Drexel............................. W 6-2 May 17 West Chester..................... L 1-8 May 19 at Moravian..................... W 8-1 May 24 Dickinson......................... W 3-2 May 26 at George Washington.......... n/a May 27 at Maryland...............Rained Out 1934 (0-5) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Joseph Walsh April 21 Maryland........................... L 0-6 May 5 at Dickinson....................... L 1-8 May 12 George Washington............ L 2-6 May 19 Drexel............................... L 1-8 May 23 at Penn. Military College.... L 1-6 1935 (1-5) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Joseph Walsh May 1 at Penn. Military College.. W 9-0 May 8 Haverford.......................... L 2-7 May 9 at George Washington........ L 1-8 May 10 at American University....... L 3-6 May 16 at West Chester................. L 4-5 May 18 at Drexel........................... L 1-8

1936 (4-5) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Chauncey Wheeless April 25 Drexel............................... L 3-6 April 29 at Haverford...................... L 1-8 May 1 American........................... L 4-5 May 2 Saint John’s....................... L 4-5 May 9 at Baltimore..................... W 8-1 May 11 George Washington.......... W 5-4 May 14 at Western Maryland....... W 5-4 May 15 at American..................... W 5-4 May 23 Western Maryland............. L 3-6 1937 (6-3-1) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Lewis Carey April 24 Saint Joseph’s....................T 4-4 April 30 Western Maryland............. L 3-6 May 1 Temple............................... L 1-8 May 5 Penn. Military College...... W 9-0 May 11 West Chester................... W 6-3 May 13 at Washington College...... W 6-3 May 15 at Drexel......................... W 5-4 May 17 at George Washington........ L 3-5 May 18 at Western Maryland....... W 6-3 May 22 Washington College.......... W 7-2 1938 (6-3-1) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Lewis Carey April 27 Dickinson......................... W 5-4 April 29 Western Maryland............. L 4-5 May 3 Swarthmore....................... L 4-5 May 7 Drexel.........................T 4.5-4.5 May 10 at Washington College...... W 7-2 May 12 at West Chester............... W 7-2 May 16 at Temple......................... W 6-3 May 19 at Penn. Military College.. W 9-0 May 21 Washington College.......... W 6-3 1939 (2-5) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Walter Mock May 3 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 4-5 May 5 Johns Hopkins.................... L 1-8 May 9 at Drexel........................... L 1-5 May 12 Western Maryland........... W 6-3 May 16 at Washington College........ L 4-5 May 17 West Chester..................... L 2-7 May 20 Penn. Military College...... W 7-0 1940 (6-3) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Stephen Bartoshesky April 24 Dickinson........................... L 4-5 April 26 at Western Maryland....... W 7-2 April 27 Villanova......................... W 4-3 May 1 at Washington College...... W 5-2 May 7 Drexel............................... L 3-6 May 10 Western Maryland........... W 5-4 May 11 Brooklyn Polytech............ W 4-3 May 14 at West Chester................. L 3-6 May 18 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 8-1

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1948 (4-5) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Robert Kirkland April 17 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 2-7 April 21 at Swarthmore................... L 0-9 April 24 at Washington College...... W 8-1 May 1 Haverford.......................... L 0-9 May 12 at Western Maryland......... L 4-5 May 15 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 6-3 May 18 Ursinus............................ W 7-2 May 20 at Drexel........................... L 3-6 May 22 at Temple......................... W 5-4 1949 (3-6) Head Coach: Ralph W. Jones Captain: Robert Dunlap April 16 Western Maryland............. L 3-6 April 27 Drexel............................... L 0-9 April 30 at Ursinus........................ W 7-2 May 4 at West Chester............... W 6-3 May 7 at Haverford...................... L 0-9 May 11 Swarthmore....................... L 0-9 May 14 at Temple........................... L 3-6 May 19 Johns Hopkins.................. W 6-3 May 21 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 1-8 1950 (2-8) Head Coach: Henry J. DuPont Captain: Tom Runk April 15 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 0-9 April 22 at Lafayette....................... L 0-9 April 26 at Drexel........................... L 1-8 April 29 at Swarthmore................... L 0-9 May 3 Temple............................... L 1-8 May 6 La Salle........................... W 5-4 May 9 at Western Maryland......... L 1-8 May 10 Ursinus............................ W 5-4 May 13 Franklin & Marshall............ L 1-8 May 20 at Johns Hopkins................ L 1-8 1951 (1-9) Head Coach: Henry J. DuPont Captain: Ed Clark April 14 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 0-9 April 21 at Haverford...................... L 1-8 April 25 at West Chester................. L 1-8 April 28 Swarthmore....................... L 0-9 May 1 Lafayette........................... L 2-7 May 7 at Ursinus.......................... L 4-5 May 9 at Temple........................... L 3-6 May 12 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 2-7 May 15 Western Maryland............. L 2-7 May 16 at La Salle....................... W 5-4 1952 (6-6) Head Coach: Robert F. Siemen Captain: John Whann April 19 at Johns Hopkins................ L 4-5 April 23 La Salle....................... L 3.5-5.5 April 26 at Swarthmore................... L 0-9 April 30 at Saint Joseph’s........ W 5.5-3.5 May 1 at Lafayette....................... L 3-6 May 3 West Chester..................... L 3-6 May 8 Franklin & Marshall............ L 3-6 May 10 at Drexel......................... W 6-3 May 12 Ursinus............................ W 6-3 May 14 at Western Maryland....... W 6-3 May 15 Bainbridge Navy.............. W 8-1 May 17 Temple............................. W 5-4

1953 (2-8) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: Lary Cooperman, Frank White April 18 Johns Hopkins.................... L 1-7 April 24 Georgetown....................... L 1-7 April 25 Swarthmore....................... L 1-8 April 29 at West Chester................. L 1-8 May 2 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 4-5 May 5 Western Maryland............. L 2-7 May 9 Drexel......................... L 3.5-5.5 May 12 at Ursinus.................. W 5.5-3.5 May 15 at La Salle......................... L 2-7 May 23 at Temple......................... W 5-4 1954 (7-3) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Frank White April 21 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 5-4 April 24 at Swarthmore................... L 0-9 April 28 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 5-4 May 1 Johns Hopkins.................... L 3-6 May 5 at Drexel......................... W 6-3 May 6 West Chester................... W 6-3 May 8 Ursinus............................ W 8-1 May 15 Bucknell............................. L 3-6 May 18 at Western Maryland....... W 5-4 May 22 Temple............................. W 9-0 1955 (4-6) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Carl. F. Shupp April 20 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 3-6 April 23 Johns Hopkins.................... L 2-7 April 28 at Georgetown................... L 0-9 April 30 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 May 4 Swarthmore....................... L 0-9 May 7 at West Chester................. L 3-6 May 11 at Temple......................... W 9-0 May 17 at Ursinus.......................... L 4-5 May 19 La Salle........................... W 9-0 May 21 Drexel............................. W 6-3 1956 (2-7) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: W. Thomas Jenkins, Jon Alan Woodruff April 11 Temple............................. W 9-0 April 14 at Western Maryland......... L 4-5 April 21 at Johns Hopkins................ L 1-7 April 28 at Bucknell......................... L 2-7 May 2 at Swarthmore................... L 0-6 May 10 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 4-5 May 12 Ursinus.............................. L 4-5 May 15 Franklin & Marshall............ L 4-5 May 19 at Drexel......................... W 8-1 1957 (7-4) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Jon Alan Woodruff April 10 at Temple......................... W 8-1 April 13 Western Maryland............. L 3-6 April 23 Johns Hopkins.................. W 6-3 April 25 Penn. Military College...... W 7-2 April 27 Bucknell............................. L 3-6 May 1 Swarthmore....................... L 0-9 May 4 at Ursinus........................ W 6-3 May 6 La Salle........................... W 6-3 May 13 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 2-7 May 15 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-3 May 18 Drexel............................. W 8-1

1958 (11-1) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Robert Woodruff April 8 Temple............................. W 9-0 April 12 Rutgers........................... W 7-2 April 16 Western Maryland........... W 7-2 April 22 at Johns Hopkins.............. W 9-0 April 24 at Penn. Military College.. W 9-0 April 26 Bucknell........................... W 5-4 April 30 at Swarthmore................... L 2-7 May 12 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-2 May 14 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 May 16 at La Salle................. W 6.5-2.5 May 17 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 9-0 May 20 Ursinus............................ W 7-0 1959 (7-2) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Raymond H. Walker April 8 at Temple.............................. W 9-0 April 17 at Western Maryland....... W 5-4 April 21 Johns Hopkins.................. W 5-4 April 23 Penn. Military College...... W 9-0 April 29 Swarthmore....................... L 0-9 May 2 at Ursinus........................ W 8-1 May 6 La Salle........................... W 8-1 May 9 at Bucknell......................... L 1-8 May 13 Drexel............................. W 8-1 1960 (8-2) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Russell L. Givin April 15 Western Maryland........... W 6-3 April 19 at Johns Hopkins................ L 1-8 April 23 at Penn. Military College.. W 9-0 April 27 at Swarthmore................... L 1-8 April 30 Ursinus............................ W 8-1 May 2 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 9-0 May 5 Rutgers........................... W 6-3 May 16 Drexel............................. W 6-3 May 19 Bucknell........................... W 5-4 May 20 Temple............................. W 8-1 1961 (8-2) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Thomas C. Roe April 15 at Western Maryland....... W 7-2 April 22 Penn. Military College...... W 8-1 April 26 Swarthmore....................... L 2-7 May 1 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 8-1 May 4 at Rutgers......................... L 3-6 May 6 La Salle........................... W 9-0 May 8 at Temple......................... W 7-2 May 13 at Bucknell......................... L 4-5 May 17 Drexel............................. W 8-1 May 20 Washington College.......... W 9-0 1962 (4-5) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Kenneth R. Green Western Maryland........................... W 6-3 Johns Hopkins...................................... 1-8 Saint Joseph’s.................................. W 5-4 Washington College.......................... W 5-4 Ursinus............................................ W 8-1 Bucknell............................................. L 4-5 Swarthmore...................................... L 0-9 Drexel............................................... L 3-6 Temple.............................................. L 2-7

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 1963 (6-6) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Wilmon W. Hartman April 10 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-3 April 13 Drexel............................. W 8-1 April 16 at Temple........................... L 3-6 April 20 Penn. Military College...... W 9-0 April 23 Johns Hopkins.................... L 2-7 April 25 Washington College.......... W 6-3 April 27 at Ursinus........................ W 8-1 May 1 at Rutgers......................... L 1-8 May 4 at Western Maryland......... L 2-7 May 7 at Bucknell......................... L 3-6 May 11 MAC Champ. @ Lafayette..... NTS May 15 Swarthmore....................... L 1-8 May 18 La Salle........................... W 8-1 1964 (8-1) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Ewald W. Paul March 27 Colgate............................ W 5-4 April 11 at Drexel......................... W 8-1 April 18 at Penn. Military College.. W 9-0 April 23 at Johns Hopkins.............. W 5-4 April 25 Ursinus............................ W 9-0 April 27 Temple............................. W 8-1 May 2 Bucknell........................... W 5-4 May 5 Western Maryland........... W 8-1 May 8-9 MAC Champ. @ Delaware..... NTS May 13 at Swarthmore................... L 1-8 1965 (8-4) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Richard T. Graham April 13 Washington College.......... W 9-0 April 17 Drexel............................. W 9-0 April 19 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 April 24 at Ursinus........................ W 9-0 April 26 La Salle........................... W 9-0 April 29 Johns Hopkins.................. W 7-2 May 1 at Temple........................... L 4-5 May 4 Western Maryland........... W 9-0 May 7-8 MAC Champ. @ F&M............ NTS May 12 Swarthmore....................... L 2-7 May 17 at Rutgers......................... L 4-5 May 21 at Bucknell....................... W 6-3 May 22 at Penn State..................... L 4-5 1966 (6-3) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: John E. Hauge April 2 Colgate.............................. L 3-6 April 16 Drexel............................. W 9-0 April 18 La Salle........................... W 9-0 April 21 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 April 23 Ursinus............................ W 9-0 May 3 Rutgers........................... W 6-3 May 11 at Swarthmore................... L 2-7 May 14 Western Maryland........... W 9-0 May 16 Penn State......................... L 3-6 MAC Championships............................. NTS

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1967 (5-3) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Philip Hitch April 12 La Salle........................... W 9-0 Rutgers........................... W 9-0 April 18 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 April 24 Washington College.......... W 9-0 April 29 at Temple......................... W 6-3 May 5-6 MAC Champ. @ Drexel......... NTS May 10 Swarthmore....................... L 1-8 May 13 at Bucknell......................... L 2-7 May 20 at Penn State..................... L 0-9 1968 (7-2) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Jame A. Burke March 25 Rochester.......................... L 4-5 April 10 Southern Connecticut........ W 7-2 April 13 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 April 16 at Washington College...... W 9-0 April 20 Ursinus............................ W 7-2 May 3-4 MAC Champ. @ Dickinson..... NTS May 7 at *Western Maryland...... W 9-0 May 11 *La Salle.......................... W 9-0 May 15 at *Saint Joseph’s............ W 9-0 May 18 Penn State......................... L 0-5 * Mid Atlantic Conference match 1969 (5-5) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Raymond C. Boyer April 9 *Johns Hopkins.................. L 3-6 April 12 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 16 *American.......................... L 1-5 April 23 *Washington College........ W 8-0 April 26 at *Temple......................... L 3-6 April 29 at Rutgers......................... L 1-8 May 3 *West Chester.................... L 4-5 May 7 Western Maryland........... W 5-4 May 9-10 MAC Champ. @ Bucknell....... NTS May 13 *Saint Joseph’s................ W 7-2 May 17 at *La Salle...................... W 8-1 * Mid Atlantic Conference match 1970 (7-3) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Fred Scerni April 6 Rochester.......................... L 2-7 April 9 at *Johns Hopkins............ W 6-2 April 14 at *American.................... W 7-2 April 18 *Ursinus.......................... W 9-0 April 22 at *Bucknell....................... L 1-8 April 25 *Lafayette....................... W 5-4 April 28 *Rider............................. W 5-4 May 2 at *Gettysburg................. W 6-3 May 6 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 May 9 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 3-6 * Mid Atlantic Conference match

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1971 (6-4) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: John E. Henriksen April 7 at Lehigh......................... W 5-4 April 10 Bucknell............................. L 4-5 April 13 Johns Hopkins.................... L 1-7 April 15 American......................... W 7-2 April 17 at Ursinus........................ W 9-0 April 20 West Chester................... W 6-3 April 24 at Lafayette....................... L 4-5 April 27 at Rider............................. L 1-8 May 1 Gettysburg...................... W 9-0 May 5 Drexel............................. W 9-0 1972 (8-2) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Michael W. Masoncup March 23 at Georgetown................. W 7-2 March 27 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-2 April 10 at Bucknell......................... L 0-9 April 12 Lehigh............................. W 9-0 April 18 at West Chester............... W 6-3 April 22 Lafayette......................... W 9-0 April 25 Rider................................. L 4-5 April 27 at American..................... W 7-2 April 29 at Gettysburg.................. W 8-1 May 9 Fordham.......................... W 5-4 1973 (6-4) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: Dale Gorchoff, Jeff Olmstead South Alabama................. W 7-2 Davidson........................... L 3-6 March 28 American......................... W 8-1 April 3 at Lehigh......................... W 6-3 April 6 Johns Hopkins.................. W 9-0 April 9 George Washington............ L 4-5 April 11 Georgetown..................... W 8-1 April 14 at Ursinus........................ W 9-0 April 16 West Chester................... W 8-1 April 19 Bucknell............................. L 4-5 April 24 at Rider........................... W 8-1 April 28 Gettysburg...................... W 9-0 April 30 at Lafayette..................... W 9-0 May 2 Drexel............................. W 9-0

1974 (11-3) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: Jeffrey Olmstead, Steven Shukow March 16 at Richmond..................... W 5-4 March 17 Davidson........................... L 3-6 March 18 at Miami-Dade North........ W 5-4 March 21 Bowling Green @ FIU....... W 6-3 March 21 at Florida International..... W 5-4 March 22 at Miami-Dade South.......... L 4-5 March 23 at Broward Central........... W 8-1 March 27 at American..................... W 7-2 April 1 at Johns Hopkins.............. W 9-0 April 3 Lehigh............................. W 7-2 April 6 Rutgers........................... W 9-0 April 11 Georgetown..................... W 7-2 April 12 at West Chester............... W 5-4 April 16 at George Washington........ L 3-6 April 18 at Bucknell....................... W 5-4 April 20 Lafayette......................... W 9-0 April 23 Rider............................... W 7-2 April 25 Glassboro State............... W 9-0 April 27 at Gettysburg.................. W 7-2 April 28 Fordham.......................... W 8-1 May 1 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 May 10 at #Hofstra...................... W 6-3 # Mid Atlantic Conference Championship 1975 (15-1, 5-1 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Jeffrey Olmstead March 26 American......................... W 9-0 March 27 George Washington.......... W 5-4 March 29 at Salisbury State............ W 7-2 March 31 at Old Dominion............... W 5-4 April 1 at Hampden-Sydney......... W 8-1 April 7 Johns Hopkins.................. W 8-1 April 9 West Chester................... W 5-4 April 10 Georgetown..................... W 9-0 April 12 at Franklin & Marshall...... W 7-2 April 14 at Glassboro State........... W 9-0 April 16 Bucknell............................. L 4-5 April 22 at Rider........................... W 9-0 April 26 Gettysburg...................... W 8-1 April 30 Drexel............................. W 9-0 May 2 Fordham.......................... W 9-0 May 5 at Lehigh......................... W 8-1 1976 (12-3, 7-1 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: Robert S. Cohen, Jeffrey S. Rich March 26 Salisbury State.................. L 4-5 April 5 at Johns Hopkins.............. W 5-4 April 7 Rutgers........................... W 8-1 April 8 at Georgetown................. W 6-3 April 10 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 6-3 April 14 at Bucknell....................... W 5-4 April 16 West Chester..................... L 2-7 April 20 Rider............................... W 6-3 April 22 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 8-1 April 24 at George Washington........ L 2-7 April 26 at Washington College...... W 9-0 April 28 at Drexel......................... W 6-0 April 30 Lehigh............................. W 5-4 May 3 at American..................... W 6-3 May 5 Lafayette......................... W 8-1

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A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1977 (4-10, 2-5 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Jeffrey Olmstead March 22 at Salisbury State.............. L 0-9 March 27 Georgetown....................... L 3-6 March 29 Catholic........................... W 6-3 George Washington............ L 2-7 April 7-8 Fla. Jr. Coll. Conf. @ St. Petersburg April 11 West Chester..................... L 1-8 April 13 Bucknell............................. L 2-7 April 16 Towson............................ W 6-3 April 18 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 3-6 April 19 at Rider............................. L 4-5 April 21 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 2-5 April 23 at Lafayette..................... W 6-3 April 25 at Lehigh........................... L 1-8 April 27 Drexel............................. W 7-1 April 29-30.....ECC Champ. @ West Chester ................................... 5th Place May 6 at Rutgers......................... L 1-8 1978 (3-11, 3-5 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Gregory T. Barkley April 2 at Old Dominion................. L 0-9 April 5 at Georgetown................... L 4-5 April 6 Rutgers............................. L 0-9 April 8 Franklin & Marshall............ L 2-7 April 10 at West Chester................. L 1-8 April 12 at Bucknell......................... L 2-7 April 15 at Haverford...................... L 0-9 April 18 Rider................................. L 4-5 April 20 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 5-4 April 21 American......................... W 9-0 April 22 Lafayette........................... L 3-6 April 24 Lehigh............................... L 1-8 April 26 at Drexel......................... W 5-4 April 28-30.....ECC Champ. @ West Chester ................................... 6th Place May 3 at Gettysburg.................... L 2-7 1979 (14-3, 6-1 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Gregory T. Barkley, Michael D. Abuhoff, Stephen R. Sieke March 24 South Florida JC............... W 9-0 Santa Fe CC..................... W 9-0 Valencia CC...................... W 5-4 Polk................................ W 7-2 Florida Tech...................... W 5-4 March 30 St. Leo............................. W 9-0 April 6 at Towson........................ W 6-3 April 7 Franklin & Marshall............ L 3-5 April 16 George Washington............ L 1-8 April 17 at Rider........................... W 8-1 April 18 Bucknell........................... W 7-2 April 19 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 8-0 April 20 West Chester................... W 6-3 April 21 at Lafayette..................... W 6-3 April 23 at Lehigh........................... L 1-8 April 25 Drexel............................. W 7-2 April 27-29 ECC Champ. @ West Chester May 2 Gettysburg...................... W 5-4

1980 (10-7, 6-2 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Ken Dill, John McNamara, Steve Querner March 25 Towson.............................. L 3-5 March 27 at South Florida JC........... W 8-1 March 28 at Polk CC........................ W 8-1 March 31 at Central Florida CC........... L 0-9 April 3 at Santa Fe CC................. W 5-4 April 7 at West Chester................. L 2-7 April 11 at Georgetown................. W 6-3 April 12 at Haverford...................... L 1-5 April 14 at Bucknell....................... W 5-4 April 15 Rider............................... W 7-2 April 17 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-2 April 18 American......................... W 7-2 April 19 Lafayette......................... W 5-4 April 21 Lehigh............................... L 0-9 April 23 at Drexel......................... W 6-2 April 25-27 ECC Champ. @ West Chester .................................................. 8th Place April 30 at Gettysburg.................... L 2-7 May 5 Rutgers............................. L 2-7 1981 (12-4, 5-3 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: John McNamara March 26 at South Florida JC........... W 9-0 March 27 at Polk CC........................ W 8-1 March 28 at Brevard......................... L 2-7 March 30 at Lake Sumter................. W 6-0 March 31 at St. Leo......................... W 9-0 April 1 at Valencia....................... W 6-3 April 2 at Santa Fe CC................. W 5-4 April 10 Georgetown..................... W 7-2 April 15 at American..................... W 8-1 April 16 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 8-3 April 20 West Chester................... W 8-1 April 22 Bucknell............................. L 4-5 April 25 at Lafayette....................... L 0-9 April 26 Rider............................... W 9-0 April 27 at Lehigh........................... L 4-5 April 29 Drexel............................. W 7-0 May 1-2 ECC Champ. @ West Chester .................................................. 3rd Place 1982 (14-1, 7-0 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Kenneth S. Dill April 2 at Lake Sumter................. W 9-0 April 3 at Daytona Beach............... L 3-6 April 5 at Florida Tech.................. W 8-1 April 6 at South Florida............... W 7-2 April 7 at Santa Fe CC................. W 7-2 April 13 at West Chester............... W 5-4 April 15 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-3 April 17 Rider............................... W 8-1 April 19 American......................... W 8-1 April 21 at Bucknell....................... W 6-3 April 22 George Washington.......... W 6-3 April 23 at Georgetown................. W 7-2 April 24 Lafayette......................... W 6-3 April 28 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 May 1-2 ECC Champ. @ West Chester .................................................. 6th Place May 5 Franklin & Marshall.... W 6.5-2.5

1983 (7-7-1, 2-2 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Randy K. Cerce March 23 at Florida Tech.................... L 4-5 March 24 at Central Florida............... L 1-5 March 25 at Polk CC........................ W 8-1 March 26 Wright State @ Altamonte Springs, Fla. .................................... W 7-2 March 28 at St. Leo........................... L 2-7 March 30 at Daytona Beach CC.......... L 2-7 April 12 at American..................... W 8-1 April 13 George Washington............ L 3-6 April 14 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-1 April 18 West Chester..................... L 2-6 April 20 Bucknell.............................T 4-4 April 22 Georgetown..................... W 9-0 April 23 at Lafayette....................... L 3-6 April 27 Drexel............................. W 9-0 April 29-30...ECC Championships @ Towson ..................................................2nd Place May 3 at Franklin & Marshall.. W 5.5-3.5 1984 (7-6, 3-3 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Ronald W. Kerdasha March 17 at Towson.......................... L 3-6 March 19 at Florida Tech.................... L 1-8 March 28 at Toledo........................... L 1-8 March 29 at Webber....................... W 9-0 March 30 at Hillsdale (MI) College... W 9-0 April 7 *Lehigh.............................. L 4-5 April 10 Georgetown..................... W 6-3 April 12 *American........................ W 6-3 April 13 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 8-1 April 18 *at Bucknell....................... L 2-7 April 21 *Lafayette......................... L 1-8 April 25 *at Drexel....................... W 7-2 April 26-28 ECC Champ. @ Towson .................................................. 5th Place April 30 Rider............................... W 8-1 * East Coast Conference match 1985 (9-6, 4-2 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Charles D. Herak March 16 *Towson.......................... W 6-3 March 18 George Washington............ L 3-6 March 30 at Union University............ L 3-6 March 31 at Webber....................... W 8-1 April 1 at Bethune-Cookman........ W 9-0 April 3 at St. Leo........................... L 4-5 April 6 Iona................................ W 5-4 April 11 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-2 April 13 at *Rider......................... W 9-0 April 15 West Chester..................... L 2-7 April 17 *Bucknell........................... L 4-5 April 18 Georgetown..................... W 5-4 April 20 at *Lafayette..................... L 2-7 April 22 at *Lehigh........................ W 8-1 April 24 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 27-28 ECC Champ. @ Rider .................................................. 3rd Place * East Coast Conference match

1986 (6-5, 1-3 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: James S. Ferriero March 15 at *Towson........................ L 4-5 March 17 at Webber....................... W 6-0 March 19 at St. Leo........................... L 2-4 March 29 at Florida Tech.................. W 5-4 April 2 at Bethune-Cookman........ W 9-0 April 8 American......................... W 8-1 April 10 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 April 12 *Rider............................. W 8-1 April 14 at West Chester................. L 0-9 April 16 at *Bucknell....................... L 4-5 April 19 *Lafayette......................... L 3-6 April 26-27 ECC Champ. @ Towson .................................................. 5th Place * East Coast Conference match 1987 (12-4, 3-3 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Paul M. Bozentka March 13 *Towson............................ L 3-6 March 21 at Georgetown................. W 5-4 March 24 Monmouth....................... W 5-4 March 28 Webber College................ W 9-0 March 30 Greenville (Il)................... W 6-0 March 31 at Florida Tech.................. W 6-3 April 1 at St. Leo......................... W 5-4 April 2 at Tampa......................... W 7-1 April 3 Central Connecticut............. L 1-5 April 8 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 8-1 April 11 at *Rider......................... W 9-0 April 13 West Chester................... W 9-0 April 15 *Bucknell........................... L 4-5 April 18 at *Lafayette..................... L 3-6 April 20 at *Lehigh........................ W 5-4 April 22 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 25-26 ECC Champ. @ Hofstra .................................................. 4th Place * East Coast Conference match 1988 (11-5, 4-2 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: David Baldwin, James Korman March 19 Georgetown..................... W 7-2 March 23 at West Chester............... W 8-1 March 27 Central Conn. .................... L 3-6 March 28 at Webber....................... W 9-0 March 29 at Florida Tech.................. W 6-3 March 30 at St. Leo........................... L 4-5 March 31 at Tampa......................... W 9-0 April 5 American........................... L 3-6 April 6 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 8-0 April 9 *Rider............................. W 9-0 April 13 at *Bucknell....................... L 2-7 April 16 *Lafayette....................... W 5-4 April 18 *Lehigh............................ W 8-1 April 20 at *Drexel....................... W 9-0 April 23 at *Towson........................ L 4-5 April 26 at Monmouth................... W 5-4 April 30-1 ECC Champ. @ Towson .................................................. 4th Place * East Coast Conference match

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 1989 (5-9, 2-5 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Dan Kegelman March 25 Webber........................... W 9-0 March 27 St. Leo............................... L 4-5 March 28 Tampa............................. W 7-2 March 29 Florida Tech........................ L 3-6 March 30 Eckerd College.................... L 3-6 April 6 *Towson............................ L 0-9 April 8 at *Rider......................... W 6-3 April 9 *Hofstra............................ L 4-5 April 12 *Bucknell........................... L 0-9 April 17 at *Lehigh.......................... L 2-7 April 19 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 21 West Chester................... W 6-3 April 22 at *Lafayette..................... L 3-6 April 25 Monmouth......................... L 4-5 April 29-30 ECC Champ. @ Bucknell .................................................. 5th Place * East Coast Conference match 1990 (12-4, 6-1 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Ronald W. Kerdasha March 10 Trenton.............................. L 2-7 March 23 +UMBC............................ W 5-4 March 25 +Bowdoin........................ W 9-0 March 26 +St. Leo........................... W 8-1 March 27 +Tampa........................... W 9-0 March 28 +Florida Tech.................... W 5-4 April 8 *Hofstra.......................... W 7-2 April 11 *Bucknell........................... L 2-7 April 14 *Lafayette....................... W 7-2 April 16 *Lehigh............................ W 5-4 April 18 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 19 *Rider............................. W 8-1 April 22 *Towson.......................... W 6-3 April 23 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-0 April 24 Monmouth......................... L 2-7 April 25 Georgetown....................... L 1-8 April 28-29 ECC Champ. @ Mercer Cty. Park. ....................................... ...........4th Place * East Coast Conference match + Played at Orange Lake, Fla. 1991 (9-4, 3-1 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captain: Bob Moore March 15-16 Towson Classic....... 1st Place March 24 *Hofstra.......................... W 9-0 March 29 +Buffalo............................ L 3-6 April 1 at St. Leo......................... W 9-0 April 2 +Queens College.............. W 5-4 April 3 +DePauw........................... L 3-6 April 10 Bucknell........................... W 5-4 April 11 Trenton State................... W 6-3 April 13 at Lafayette..................... W 5-4 April 16 at Lehigh........................... L 2-5 April 17 *Drexel........................... W 8-1 April 19 at *Rider......................... W 5-4 April 23 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 6-3 April 24 *UMBC.............................. L 4-5 April 27-28 ECC Champ. @ Central Conn. .................................................. 5th Place * East Coast Conference match + Played at Orange Lake (Fla.) Country Club

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1992 (9-4) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Captains: Sam Lieber, Jeff Manwiller March 21 Colgate............................ W 5-4 March 24 Morgan State................... W 8-1 March 28 +UMBC............................ W 6-3 March 30 +St. Leo........................... W 7-0 April 3 +Wisconsin-Green Bay...... W 6-3 April 7 at Coppin State................ W 9-0 April 8 at Bucknell....................... W 6-3 April 9 Rider............................... W 8-1 April 10 West Chester................... W 9-0 April 12 Coppin State.................... W 9-0 April 14 Lehigh............................... L 2-7 April 15 at Drexel......................... W 9-0 April 23 La Salle........................... W 8-1 April 25 #New Hampshire............. W 6-1 April 25 #Boston University............. L 1-6 April 26 #Hartford.......................... L 2-5 + Played at Orange Lake (Fla.) Country Club # North Atlantic Conference Champ. @ Vermont (4th Place) 1993 (13-3, 1-0 North Atlantic Conf.) Head Coach: C. Roy Rylander Assistant Coach: Laura LeRoy Captains: Jeff Harrison, Mark Buell March 25 Colgate.............................. L 2-7 March 29 at St. Leo......................... W 9-0 March 31 at Florida Tech.................. W 6-3 April 6 at Coppin State................ W 9-0 April 7 Bucknell........................... W 6-3 April 9 at West Chester............... W 8-1 April 12 Coppin State.................... W 9-0 April 13 at Lehigh........................... L 4-5 April 14 *Drexel........................... W 9-0 April 15 at Lafayette..................... W 6-3 April 17 La Salle........................... W 5-4 April 18 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-1 April 21 Towson............................ W 7-2 April 24 #Boston University............. L 2-5 #Northeastern................. W 5-2 #Drexel........................... W 7-0 * North Atlantic Conference match # NAC Champ.@ Vermont (5th Place) 1994 (10-7) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Captains: Mark Buell, David Paul March 20 at Georgetown................... L 1-6 March 24 Villanova........................... L 4-5 March 28 at St. Leo......................... W 7-2 March 29 at Florida Tech.................. W 6-1 March 30 +Lewis & Clark.................. L 4-5 March 31 at Webber......................... L 1-8 April 7 at La Salle....................... W 6-1 April 9 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 April 14 Lafayette......................... W 6-1 April 15 at Drexel......................... W 6-1 April 17 Hofstra............................ W 7-0 April 19 Lehigh............................... L 3-4 April 20 at Towson........................ W 4-3 April 23 #Boston University............. L 0-7 April 23 #Drexel........................... W 6-1 April 24 #Northeastern................... L 3-4 April 28 at Bucknell....................... W 5-2 + @ Orange Lake CC # NAC Champ.@ Vermont (6th Place)

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1995 (15-3) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Assistant Coach: Scott Pirrung Captain: David Paul March 18 at Villanova..................... W 4-3 March 20 Howard........................... W 9-0 March 22 at Mount St. Mary’s......... W 6-1 March 23 La Salle........................... W 7-0 March 25 +Springfield..................... W 9-0 March 26 +Brown............................. L 1-6 March 28 +St. Leo........................... W 7-0 April 3 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 April 7 Drexel............................. W 7-0 April 11 Bucknell........................... W 5-2 April 13 West Chester................... W 8-0 April 15 Morgan State................... W 7-0 April 17 at Lafayette..................... W 7-0 April 19 Towson............................ W 7-0 April 21 #Hofstra.......................... W 6-1 April 22 #Hartford.......................... L 1-6 #Northeastern................... L 3-7 April 25 at Rider........................... W 7-0 + Played at Orange Lake (Fla.) Country Club # NAC Champ. @ Vermont (5th Place) 1996 (14-4) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Assistant Coaches: Scott Pirrung, David Paul Captains: Kyle Binnington March 3 at Lehigh......................... W 4-3 March 18 at Howard....................... W 4-1 March 24 +Jacksonville (Ala.) State... L 0-7 March 26 at Florida Tech.................. W 7-0 March 28 at Central Florida............... L 0-4 March 30 Vermont.......................... W 6-1 April 2 at Drexel......................... W 7-0 April 4 Lafayette......................... W 6-1 April 6 at Towson........................ W 6-1 April 11 at West Chester............... W 7-0 April 13 Morgan State................... W 7-0 April 14 at Villanova....................... L 3-4 April 17 at La Salle....................... W 6-1 April 19 #Towson.......................... W 6-1 April 20 #Northeastern................. W 4-3 April 21 #Boston University............. L 3-4 April 23 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 April 24 at Bucknell....................... W 5-2 + Played at Orange Lake (Fla.) Country Club # NAC Champ. @ Vermont (5th Place)

1997 (15-5, 3-1 America East) America East Champions Head Coach: Laura (LeRoy) Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Jon Rubinstein Captains: Mike Lustig March 2 at Lehigh........................... L 3-4 March 12 Radford............................. L 2-5 March 20 La Salle........................... W 6-1 March 22 West Chester................... W 7-0 March 25 at Mount St. Mary’s......... W 5-2 March 29 +Binghamton................... W 5-2 March 30 +Jacksonville State............ L 1-6 March 31 +Florida Tech.................... W 6-3 April 2 at Stetson.......................... L 0-7 April 8 Towson............................ W 4-3 April 10 Drexel............................. W 7-0 April 13 at Bucknell....................... W 5-2 April 15 at Villanova..................... W 4-3 April 16 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 6-1 April 19 !Hartford........................... L 3-4 April 20 !at Hofstra....................... W 5-1 April 22 at Lafayette..................... W 7-0 April 25 #Towson.......................... W 7-0 April 26 #Hartford........................ W 4-3 April 27 #Boston University........... W 6-1 + Played at Orange Lake (Fla.) Country Club ! America East Rumble @ Hofstra # AE Champ. @ Vermont (1st Place) 1998 (10-8, 3-1 America East) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Ira Bernstein March 6 at Lehigh........................... L 2-5 March 16 Mount St. Mary’s............. W 5-2 March 20 at La Salle....................... W 6-1 March 26 at West Chester............... W 7-0 March 28 George Mason................... L 1-6 March 29 Bucknell............................. L 2-5 March 31 *at Drexel....................... W 6-1 April 4 *at Towson........................ L 2-5 April 6 at Eckerd College.............. W 9-0 April 8 +Jacksonville..................... L 1-6 April 9 +Webber........................... L 0-7 April 10 at Florida Tech.................. W 9-0 April 18 !*New Hampshire............. W 6-0 April 18 !at *Hofstra..................... W 5-1 April 21 Lafayette......................... W 7-0 April 22 UMBC................................ L 1-6 April 24 #Drexel........................... W 4-3 April 25 #Boston University............. L 1-6 + Played at Grenelefe CC, Haines City, Fla. ! America East North/South Rumble @ Hofstra # America East Champ. @ Vermont (T-3rd Place)

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A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1999 (12-10, 4-3 America East) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Ira Bernstein Oct. 11 *Drexel........................... W 8-1 Oct. 13 La Salle........................... W 5-1 Oct. 16 +Loyola (Md.).................. W 5-0 Oct. 16 +Johns Hopkins................ W 3-2 Oct. 17 +*Towson.......................... L 2-3 Oct. 17 +*Towson........................ W 4-1 Oct. 24 at Georgetown................... L 2-5 March 20 Bucknell............................. L 1-6 March 25 West Chester................... W 7-0 March 27 Vermont.......................... W 5-2 March 29 !Eckerd............................ W 6-3 March 30 !Jacksonville...................... L 0-7 March 31 at St. Leo......................... W 8-1 April 2 at Stetson.......................... L 0-7 April 8 Villanova @ Carp. Sports... L 3-4 April 14 UMBC @ Carpenter Sports.. L 1-6 April 16 *Hofstra @ Elkton Md........ L 2-4 April 17 at *Drexel....................... W 6-1 April 18 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 April 26 at *Towson........................ L 3-4 April 30 at #Vermont.................... W 6-1 May 1 #Hofstra............................ L 2-5 + Played at Grenelefe CC, Haines City, Fla. * America East Match ! Played in St. Petersburg, FL # America East Champ. @ Vermont (3rd Place) 1999-2000 (11-13, 2-4 America East) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Ira Bernstein Oct. 8 +at *Towson...................... L 0-5 Oct. 8 +Johns Hopkins................ W 5-0 Oct. 8 +UMBC.............................. L 0-5 Oct. 9 +Bucknell........................... L 0-5 Oct. 9 +Villanova......................... L 1-5 Oct. 17 Howard @ Field House..... W 5-2 Oct. 22 !Hartford........................... L 3-4 Oct. 23 !New Hampshire.............. W 6-1 March 4 at Lehigh........................... L 1-6 March 18 at Villanova....................... L 0-7 March 23 at West Chester............... W 6-3 March 24 La Salle........................... W 7-0 March 25 at Bucknell....................... W 4-3 March 28 at St. Leo......................... W 6-3 March 29 Bethel @ Haines City, Fla..W 6-1 March 30 Wisc.-Whitewater @ Buena Vista, FL............ W 6-2 March 31 at Stetson.......................... L 0-7 April 6 *Towson............................ L 2-5 April 8 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 4-3 April 12 at UMBC............................ L 0-7 April 14 *Hofstra............................ L 0-7 April 15 *Drexel........................... W 4-2 April 20 #Vermont.......................... L 2-4 April 25 Lafayette........................... L 1-6 + Towson Tournament * America East Match ! North/South Rumble @ Hofstra # AE Champ. @ USTA Center, Flushing, N.Y. (3rd Place)

2000-2001 (13-9) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Sean Kelly Sept. 23-24 Swarthmore Invite........... NTS Oct. 7 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-1 Oct. 11 at West Chester............... W 6-3 Oct. 14 La Salle........................... W 7-0 Oct. 21 at ! Hartford.................... W 4-3 Oct. 22 ! Vermont........................ W 4-3 Oct. 27 + Loyola.......................... W 3-2 Oct. 27 + Johns Hopkins............... W 3-2 Oct. 28 + UMBC............................. L 1-4 Oct. 28 + Bucknell.......................... L 2-3 March 11 at Maryland....................... L 1-5 March 18 Villanova........................... L 0-7 March 24 Lehigh............................. W 4-2 March 26 at Webber......................... L 0-9 March 27 $ Portland State.............. W 6-1 March 28 $ St. Leo.......................... W 5-4 April 3 at Towson.......................... L 3-4 April 10 UMBC................................ L 0-7 April 13 Hofstra.............................. L 2-5 April 14 at Drexel......................... W 6-1 April 20 %Hartford......................... L 2-4 April 21 %New Hampshire............ W 6-1 April 22 %Boston University......... W 4-1 + Towson Tournament * America East Match ! North/South Rumble @ Hartford $ Played at Grenelefe Country Club, Haines City, Fla. # AE Champ. @ Vermont (5th Place) 2001-2002 (10-7, 4-0 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Pat Seitz Sept. 22-23 Swarthmore Invite........... NTS Oct. 3 at West Chester............... W 4-3 Oct. 7 at La Salle....................... W 5-2 Oct. 9 at Villanova....................... L 2-5 Oct. 12 + Loyola.......................... W 5-0 Oct. 12 + Saint Joseph’s............... W 4-1 Oct. 13 + Georgetown.................... L 2-3 Oct. 13 + Towson......................... W 4-1 Oct. 20-21 Kutztown Tournament........ NTS Oct. 26-28 Omni ITA Regionals at Princeton......................... NTS March 7 Lafayette......................... W 5-2 March 9 at Maryland....................... L 2-5 March 23 at Lehigh........................... L 3-4 April 4 at Webber......................... L 1-8 April 5 at Stetson.......................... L 2-5 April 10 at * George Mason........... W 6-1 April 12 * Hofstra......................... W 7-0 April 14 * Drexel.......................... W 5-2 April 15 * Towson......................... W 6-1 April 19 # Old Dominion.................. L 0-4 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Championship

2002-2003 (11-15, 3-5 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Pat Seitz Sept. 13 + Villanova........................ L 0-5 Sept. 13 + Monmouth.................... W 5-0 Sept. 14 + Saint Joseph’s................. L 0-5 Sept. 14 at + Towson..................... W 4-1 Sept. 22 Swarthmore..................... W 5-2 Oct. 2 Villanova......................... W 4-3 Oct. 6 La Salle........................... W 5-2 Oct. 18-20 East Coast Champ. at ODU..NTS Oct. 25-28 ITA Regionals at Penn........ NTS Jan. 25 $ East Tennessee State....... L 0-5 Jan. 25 at $ Virginia Comm............ L 0-5 Jan. 26 & Old Dominion.................. L 0-5 March 1 at Lehigh......................... W 5-2 March 9 at Maryland....................... L 2-5 March 13 at Lafayette....................... L 1-6 March 16 Bucknell........................... W 5-2 March 19 at Saint Joseph’s................ L 2-4 March 22 * George Mason............... W 4-3 March 28 at Temple......................... W 5-2 April 2 at Webber......................... L 1-8 April 3 at Stetson.......................... L 0-7 April 8 at * Drexel........................ L 3-4 April 10 * Towson......................... W 6-1 April 11 * Hofstra (at Elkton, Md.)... L 2-5 April 12 * James Madison................ L 2-7 April 17 ^ George Mason.............. W 4-3 April 18 ^ William & Mary.............. L 0-4 April 21 # UMBC............................. L 1-6 + Towson Tournament * Colonial Athletic Association Match $ Virginia Commonwealth Invitational # CAA Champ. @ Byrd Park, Richmond, Va.

2003-2004 (12-11, 3-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Dustin Lewis, Sanjay Khindri, Ari Zweig Sept. 20-21 Swarthmore Invite........... NTS Sept. 25 at Villanova....................... L 1-4 Sept. 28 at Bucknell....................... W 4-3 Oct. 1 West Chester................... W 7-0 Oct. 3 + Loyola.......................... W 5-0 Oct. 3 + UMBC........................... W 3-2 Oct. 5 + Mount St. Mary’s.......... W 5-0 Oct. 5 + Georgetown.................... L 2-3 Oct. 11 at LaSalle........................ W 7-0 Oct. 17-19. Old Point Nat. Coll. Inv. at ODU ........................................... NTS Feb. 28 at Lehigh........................... L 2-5 March 6 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 March 8 Lafayette......................... W 5-2 March 22 at Webber......................... L 3-6 March 23 at St. Leo......................... W 7-2 March 25 at Stetson.......................... L 1-6 April 3 at * James Madison............ L 0-4 April 3 Radford (at JMU)............... L 0-6 April 7 at * Towson..................... W 6-1 April 10 * Hofstra........................... L 3-4 April 15 UMBC................................ L 3-4 April 17 at * George Mason........... W 6-1 April 18 * Drexel.......................... W 7-0 April 22 # Drexel.......................... W 4-0 April 23 # William & Mary.............. L 1-4 + Towson Tournament * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ William & Mary (Quarters) 2004-2005 (12-7, 2-3 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: John Tully, Robert Wirth Sept. 18-19 Swarthmore Tournament... NTS Oct. 1 Villanova......................... W 6-1 Oct. 9 La Salle........................... W 7-0 Oct. 15-17Hampton Roads Invite at ODU ........................................... NTS Oct. 22-24 ITA Regional at Virginia Tech ........................................... NTS Feb. 19 at Millersville................... W 7-0 Feb. 26 at Lehigh........................... L 1-6 March 7 at UMBC.......................... W 6-1 March 13 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 March 21 at Lafayette..................... W 4-3 March 28 at Bethune-Cookman........ W 5-2 March 29 at Webber....................... W 6-3 March 30 at Florida Tech.................. W 7-2 March 31 at Stetson.......................... L 1-6 April 6 at * Drexel...................... W 7-0 April 8 * UNCW (at Mason)........... L 3-4 April 10 at * Hofstra....................... L 3-4 April 12 Georgetown..................... W 4-3 April 15 * George Mason............... W 7-0 April 17 * James Madison................ L 3-4 April 22 # William & Mary.............. L 0-4 April 24 Bucknell........................... W 4-3 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Newport News, Va. (Quarters)

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 2005-2006 (8-8, 2-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Josh Ditman Sept. 17-18 Swarthmore Invite........... NTS Sept. 25 at Villanova..................... W 6-1 Oct. 2 Mount St. Mary’s............. W 7-0 Oct. 14-16 Old Dominion Tourn............. NTS Oct. 26 at La Salle....................... W 7-0 Feb. 19 at College of New Jersey...... NTS Feb. 25 at Lehigh..................... Cancelled March 11 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 March 12 Lafayette..................... Cancelled March 16 Quinnipiac........................ W 5-2 March 27 at Florida Tech.................... L 4-5 March 29 at Stetson.......................... L 0-7 March 31 * JMU (at Towson)............. L 3-4 April 1 * UNCW (at Towson).......... L 0-7 April 6 at UMBC.......................... W 4-3 April 9 at * George Mason........... W 6-1 April 11 at Georgetown................... L 3-4 April 12 * Hofstra......................... W 5-2 April 14 at * Drexel.................. Cancelled April 18 Temple......................... Cancelled April 20 # Drexel.......................... W 4-0 April 21 # Old Dominion.................. L 0-4 April 25 at Bucknell......................... L 3-4 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Newport News, Va.

2007-2008 (10-6, 3-1 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coaches: Holly Chomyn Captains: Match Captains Sept. 15-16 Swarthmore Invite.......... NTS Sept. 22-23 ECAC Open Invite. at Lehigh ................................... 1st Place Oct. 6 at Villanova..................... W 4-3 Oct. 12-14 Old Dominion Tourn. ......... NTS Oct. 18-21 ITA Reg. at Princeton........NTA Feb. 16 at College of New Jersey...... NTS Feb. 17 at Pennsylvania................. L 1-6 Mar. 5 at Navy............................. L 0-7 Mar. 8 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 Mar. 15 Mount St. Mary’s............. W 7-0 Mar. 18 at Lehigh......................... W 5-2 Mar. 20 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-1 Mar. 25 at * George Mason........... W 6-1 Mar. 28 % * Drexel...................... W 5-2 Mar. 29 at Stetson.......................... L 1-6 Apr. 1 at Bethune-Cookman........ W 6-0 Apr. 4 vs. * Hofstra (at JMU)...... W 5-1 Apr. 5 at * James Madison............ L 1-6 Apr. 9 at UMBC............................ L 1-6 Apr. 17 # George Mason.............. W 4-0 Apr. 18 # William & Mary.............. L 0-4 Apr. 22 at Bucknell....................... W 5-2 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Newport News, Va.

2006-2007 (9-11, 3-3 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Pilipczuk Captains: Match Captains Sept. 16-17 Swarthmore Tourn............ NTS Sept. 24 Temple......................... Cancelled Sept. 27 Villanova......................... W 5-2 Oct. 3 at Georgetown................... L 1-6 Oct. 10 Saint Joseph’s...................... NTS Oct. 13-15... Hampton Roads Invite at ODU ........................................... NTS Oct. 21-24 ITA Regional at Penn.......... NTS Jan. 20 $ Navy.............................. L 1-4 Jan. 20 $ at *Virginia Comm........... L 0-5 Jan. 21 $ UNC Charlotte................. L 1-4 March 3 at George Washington........ L 0-7 March 10 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 March 23 at Florida Tech.................. W 7-2 March 27 at Bethune-Cookman........ W 5-2 March 28 at Stetson.......................... L 2-5 April 3 at Lafayette..................... W 4-3 April 6 * George Mason............... W 7-0 April 9 * Drexel.......................... W 6-1 April 10 UMBC................................ L 2-5 April 13 * UNC Wilmington.............. L 0-4 April 13 * Hofstra......................... W 4-2 April 14 * James Madison................ L 3-4 April 19 # George Mason.............. W 4-0 April 20 # Old Dominion.................. L 0-4 April 24 Bucknell........................... W 4-3 $ Virginia Commonwealth Tournament * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Newport News, Va.

2008-2009 (10-5, 3-1 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coaches: Susan Pollack, Shane Baker, Shane Racine Captains: Match Captains Sept. 13-14 Swarthmore Tourn. .......... NTS Sept. 19-21 ECAC Open at Trinity.1st Place Sept. 27-28 DelState/Johns Hopkins... NTS Oct. 1 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 6-1 Oct. 5 Villanova......................... W 6-1 Oct. 10-12 Old Dominion Tourn. .......... NTS Oct. 16-19 ITA Regionals at Yale......... NTS Mar. 7 at Maryland....................... L 1-6 Mar. 8 at Navy............................. L 3-4 Mar. 15 at Lehigh......................... W 6-1 Mar. 18 at Georgetown................. W 5-2 Mar. 21 at Mount St. Mary’s......... W 7-0 Mar. 25 Lafayette......................... W 7-0 Mar. 27 at * Hofstra..................... W 5-2 Mar. 30 at Mount Olive................. W 9-0 Apr. 1 at *UNC Wilmington........... L 1-6 Apr. 4 vs. * JMU (at UNCW)....... W 4-3 Apr. 7 UMBC................................ L 3-4 Apr. 10 *George Mason................ W 7-0 Apr. 11 at * Drexel.................. Cancelled Apr. 17 at # Old Dominion.............. L 0-4 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Old Dominion University

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A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 2009-2010 (10-11, 3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coaches: Vince Maximo, Brendan Heron, Shane Racine Captains: Match Captains Sept. 19-20 Swarthmore Tourn. .......... NTS Sept. 26 at Villanova....................... L 2-5 Oct. 2-4 Old Dominion Tournament..... NTS Oct. 10-11 Lehigh Tournament #1........ NTS Oct. 13 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 Oct. 24-25 Lehigh Tournament #2........ NTS Feb. 20 Fairfield (at Elkton, Md.).. W 4-1 Feb. 27 at Pennsylvania................. L 2-5 Mar. 7 at Navy............................. L 3-4 Mar. 10 at Maryland....................... L 0-7 Mar. 18 at Lehigh......................... W 7-0 Mar. 20 at *George Mason............ W 7-0 Mar. 24 at Lafayette..................... W 7-0 Mar. 26 * JMU (Lutherville, Md.)..... L 3-4 Mar. 27 * Georgia St. (at Towson)... L 1-6 Mar. 28 at #1 Virginia.................... L 0-7 Mar. 29 at * Virginia Comm....... Cancelled Mar. 31 at *Old Dominion................ L 2-5 Apr. 1 at Norfolk State............... W 6-1 Apr. 3 at *William & Mary............ L 2-5 Apr. 5 * Hofstra......................... W 7-0 Apr. 9 at * Drexel...................... W 6-1 Apr. 15 # Hofstra......................... W 4-0 Apr. 16 # Virginia Commonwealth... L 0-4 Apr. 20 at UMBC............................ L 1-6 Apr. 24 Johns Hopkins.................. W 6-1 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Old Dominion University

2011-12 (8-9, 2-4 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coaches: Vince Maximo, Brendan Heron, Shane Racine Captains: Match Captains Sept. 23-25 Saint Joseph’s Tourn. ...... NTS Oct. 1 Drexel................................. NTS Oct. 2 Drexel ..................... Match Play Oct. 7-9 Hampton Roads Tourn........... NTS Oct. 15-16 Lehigh Invitational............. NTS Oct. 20-23 ITA Regionals at UVirginia.. NTS Jan. 29 Richmond........................... L 3-4 Feb. 12 at Lehigh........................... L 3-4 Feb. 16 Morgan State................... W 7-0 Feb. 25 Saint Joseph’s (Elkton, Md.).W 5-2 March 3 at Navy............................. L 1-6 March 18 *Hofstra.......................... W 6-1 March 20 Temple............................... L 3-4 March 22 Lafayette......................... W 7-0 March 25 at *Old Dominion................ L 0-7 March 27 at Norfolk State............... W 5-2 March 28 at *VCU........................ Canceled March 30 *James Madison (at ODU).. L 0-7 March 31 at *William & Mary............ L 1-6 April 7 *Drexel........................... W 5-2 April 10 at Mt. St. Mary’s............. W 7-0 April 15 at *George Mason.............. L 2-5 April 19 # Drexel.......................... W 4-1 April 20 # VCU............................... L 0-4 * Colonial Athletic Association Match # CAA Champ. @ Old Dominion University

2010-2011 (9-7, 3-3 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coaches: Vince Maximo, Brendan Heron, Shane Racine Captains: Match Captains Sept. 18-19 Swarthmore Tourn. ......... NTS Sept. 24-26 Saint Joseph’s Tourn. ...... NTS Oct. 8-10 Old Dominion Tournament..... NTS Oct. 12 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 Oct. 16-17 Lehigh Fall Champ.............. NTS Feb. 19 Villanova (at Elkton, Md.).W 7-0 Mar. 2 at Lehigh......................... W 5-2 Mar. 5 at Navy............................. L 3-4 Mar. 12 at Fairfield....................... W 4-3 Mar. 17 at Temple........................... L 2-5 Mar. 20 at *Hofstra...................... W 7-0 Mar. 23 Lafayette..................... Cancelled Mar. 26 at *Virginia Comm. ............ L 0-7 Mar. 28 at *Old Dominion................ L 1-6 Mar. 29 at Norfolk State............... W 7-0 Apr. 1 vs. *JMU (at ODU)............ L 3-4 Apr. 6 #63 Pennsylvania.............. L 2-5 Apr. 10 *George Mason................ W 5-2 Apr. 12 at Mt. St. Mary’s......... Cancelled Apr. 17 *Drexel........................... W 4-3 Apr. 21 # Hofstra........................... L 4-0 * Colonial Athletic Association Match #CAA Champ. @ Old Dominion University

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Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R H E A D C O A C H E S Year.................. Dual Record (Conference) 1909-10........... 0-1 1910-11........... No Team 1911-12........... 0-2 1912-13........... No Team 1913-14........... No Team 1914-15........... 1-2-1 1915-16........... 1-2-1 1916-17........... 2-0 1917-18........... 1-1 1918-19........... 1-1-1 1919-20........... 0-7 1920-21........... 2-3 1921-22........... 0-5 1922-23........... 0-6 1923-24........... 0-4 1924-25........... 4-4 1925-26........... 2-3-1 1926-27........... 3-3 1927-28........... 1-5 1928-29........... 1-8 1929-30........... 2-3-2 1930-31........... 1-5-1 1931-32........... 1-5-1 1932-33........... 4-1 1933-34........... 0-5 1934-35........... 1-5 1935-36........... 4-5 1936-37........... 6-3-1 1937-38........... 6-2-1 1938-39........... 2-5 1939-40........... 6-3 1940-41........... 7-4 1941-42........... 2-6 1942-43........... 1-1 1943-44........... No Team (World War II) 1944-45........... No Team (World War II) 1945-46........... 1-4 1946-47........... 2-4 1947-48........... 4-5 1948-49........... 3-6 1949-50........... 2-8 1950-51........... 1-9 1951-52........... 6-6 1952-53........... 2-8 1953-54........... 7-3 1954-55........... 4-6 1955-56........... 2-7 1956-57........... 7-4 1957-58........... 11-1 1958-59........... 7-2 1959-60........... 8-2 1960-61........... 7-3 1961-62........... 4-5 1962-63........... 6-6

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BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS 1963-64 .......... 8-1 1964-65........... 8-4 1965-66........... 6-3 1966-67........... 5-3 1967-68........... 7-2 1968-69........... 5-5 1969-70........... 7-3 1970-71........... 6-4 1971-72........... 8-2 1972-73........... 11-3 1973-74........... 19-3 1974-75........... 15-1 (5-1 ECC) 1975-76........... 12-3 (7-1 ECC) 1976-77........... 4-10 (2-5 ECC) 1977-78........... 3-11 (3-5 ECC) 1978-79........... 14-3 (6-1 ECC) 1979-80........... 10-7 (6-2 ECC) 1980-81........... 12-4 (5-3 ECC) 1981-82........... 14-1 (7-0 ECC) 1982-83........... 7-7 (2-2 ECC) 1983-84........... 7-6 (3-3 ECC) 1984-85........... 9-6 (4-2 ECC) 1985-86........... 6-5 (1-3 ECC) 1986-87........... 12-4 (3-3 ECC) 1987-88........... 11-5 (4-2 ECC) 1988-89........... 5-9 (2-5 ECC) 1989-90........... 12-4 (6-1 ECC) 1990-91........... 9-4 (3-1 ECC) 1991-92........... 13-3 (1-2 NAC) 1992-93........... 13-3 (1-0 NAC) 1993-94........... 10-7 (0-0 NAC) 1994-95........... 15-3 1995-96........... 14-4 1996-97........... 14-5 1997-98........... 10-8 1998-99........... 12-10 (4-3 AE) 1999-00........... 11-13 (2-4 AE) 2000-01........... 13-9 (3-2 AE) 2001-02........... 10-7 (4-0 CAA) 2002-03........... 11-15 (3-5 CAA) 2003-04........... 12-11 (3-2 CAA) 2004-05........... 12-7 (2-3 CAA) 2005-06........... 8-8 (2-2 CAA) 2006-07........... 9-11 (3-3 CAA) 2007-08........... 10-7 (3-1 CAA) 2008-09........... 10-5 (3-1 CAA) 2009-10........... 10-11 (3-4 CAA) 2010-11........... 9-7 (3-3 CAA) 2011-12........... 8-9 (2-4 CAA) Totals:............... 632-483-10 (.562)

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Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R H E A D C O A C H E S ----------------3rd Middle Atlantic Conference 2nd Middle Atlantic Conference West Middle Atlanitc Conference Champions 2nd East Coast Conference West 2nd East Coast Conference 5th East Coast Conference 6th East Coast Conference 2nd East Coast Conference 8th East Coast Conference 3rd East Coast Conference 6th East Coast Conference 2nd East Coast Conference 5th East Coast Conference 3rd East Coast Conference 5th East Coast Conference 4th East Coast Conference 4th East Coast Conference 5th East Coast Conference 4th East Coast Conference 5th East Coast Conference 4th North Atlantic Conference 5th North Atlantic Conference 6th North Atlantic Conference 4th North Atlantic Conference 2nd North Atlantic Conference America East Champions 3rd America East 3rd America East America East Quarterfinals 5th America East Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MEN’S TENNIS RECORDS

............................................................. 57, Jon Zolin, 1971-75 (57-5) .......................................................... 57, John Tully, 2001-05 (57-48) ........................................................ 56, Sam Barrer, 2006-10 (56-38) ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS SINGLES MATCHES PLAYED, SEASON:........ 33, Austin Longacre, 2007-08 Coach Years Record (Pct.) No Coach....................... 1909-10; 1911-12 (2)....................0-3 ( .000) ....................................................................... 30, John Tully, 2002-03 George E. Dutton................... 1914-22 (8)...................... 7-20-2 (.276) ....................................................................... 29, John Tully, 2004-05 Professor Preston.................. 1922-24 (2).........................0-10 ( .000) ................................................................28, Courtney Scott, 2009-10 J. Malloy............................... 1924-25 (1)...........................4-4 ( .500) ....................................................................28, Troy Beneck, 2011-12 Dr. Eastman........................... 1925-26 (1)........................ 2-3-1 (.417) .................................................................. 27, Dustin Lewis, 2002-03 K.S. Whittemore.................... 1926-28 (2)............................4-8 (.333) ............................................................ 27, Nolan Greenberg, 2007-08 Major Glassburn.................... 1928-29 (1)............................1-8 (.111) .................................................................. 27, Chris Hincker, 2007-08 Ralph W. Jones..................... 1929-49 (20).................. 54-71-6 ( .435) ....................................................................... 26, John Tully, 2003-04 Henry J. DuPont..................... 1949-51 (2).........................3-17 ( .150) ................................................................ 26, Sanjay Khindri, 2003-04 Robert F. Siemen.................... 1951-52 (1)............................6-6 (.500) ................................................................... 26, Josh Ditman, 2003-04 Dr. C. Roy “Doc” Rylander.... 1952-93 (41).............. 343-176-1 ( .660) ..................................................................... 26, Sam Barrer, 2006-07 Laura (LeRoy) Travis......... 1993-Present (19)................208-157 (.570) .................................................................. 26, Chris Hincker, 2009-10 Totals..................................... 97 Seasons... 632-483-10 (1,125) (.562) .............................................................. 26, Austin Longacre, 2009-10 ................................................................. 26, Adam Lawton, 2011-12 TEAM RECORDS __ ................................................................25, Courtney Scott, 2010-11 MOST WINS, SEASON:........................................... 19, 1973-74 (19-3) ................................................................ 25, Sanjay Khindri, 2002-03 BEST PERCENTAGE, SEASON: .............................. 1.000 (2-0), 1916-17 ................................................................25, Adam Liebman, 2002-03 ........................................................................ .938 (15-1), 1974-75 ................................................................25, Adam Liebman, 2003-04 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: .............................................. 13, 1981-82 ..........................................................25, Jason Hanschmann, 2004-05 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES: ............................................. 9, 1950-51 ................................................................. 25, Matt Liebman, 2006-07 MOST LOSSES, SEASON: ...................................... 15 (11-15), 2002-03 ............................................................ 25, Nolan Greenberg, 2006-07 MOST MATCHES, SEASON: ................................... 26 (11-15), 2002-03 ..................................................................... 25, Sam Barrer, 2007-08 .............................................................. 25, Austin Longacre, 2008-09 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS __ .................................................................. 24, Chris Hincker, 2010-11 ....................................................24, Lee Kennedy, 1999-00; 2000-01 * Current players listed in yellow text * SINGLES WINS, SEASON: ............ 22, Austin Longacre, 2007-08 (22-11) ..................................................................24, Dave Mouber, 2000-01 ............................................................. 21, Jon Zolin, 1973-74 (21-1) ............................................................... 24, John Fogelgren, 2000-01 .....................................................20, Jeff Dumansky, 1973-74 (20-2) ................................................................24, Adam Liebman, 2004-05 ................................................... 20, Austin Longacre, 2008-09 (20-5) .............................................................. 24, Austin Longacre, 2006-07 ........................................................19, Chris Hincker, 2007-08 (19-8) ......................................................... 24, Jonathan Schwartz, 2006-07 .....................................................18, Jefff Olmstead, 1973-74 (18-4) .................................................................. 24, Chris Hincker, 2008-09 .....................................................18, Dave Gonzalez, 1987-88 (18-1) ............................................................ 18, John Tully, 2003-04 (18-8) SINGLES MATCHES PLAYED, CAREER:...... 108, Austin Longacre, 2006-10 ............................................... 18, Jason Hanschmann, 2004-05 (18-7) ................................................................ 102, Chris Hincker, 2007-11 ........................................................18, Chris Hincker, 2008-09 (18-6) ..................................................................... 105, John Tully, 2001-05 ........................................................18, Chris Hincker, 2009-10 (18-8) ................................................................96, Adam Liebman, 2002-06 ................................................... 18, Austin Longacre, 2009-10 (18-8) ..................................................................... 94, Sam Barrer, 2006-10 ........................................................ 17, Lee Kennedy, 2000-01 (17-7) ................................................................ 92, Sanjay Khindri, 2000-04 ........................................................17, Ira Bernstein, 1996-97 (17-3) ................................................................... 86, Josh Ditman, 2002-06 ..................................................... 17, Adam Lawton , 2011-12 (17-9) ..............................................................85, Andre Vorobyov, 2008-11 ............................................................ 84, Nolan Greenberg, 2005-09 ......................................................... 76, Jonathan Schwartz, 2004-08 SINGLES WINS, SEASON (FRESHMAN): ........................................................19, Chris Hincker, 2007-08 (19-8) ................................................................... 74, Lee Kennedy, 1999-03 ............................................... 18, Jason Hanschmann, 2004-05 (18-7) ................................................................73, Courtney Scott, 2008-11 ....................................................... 16, Jeff Harrison, 1989-90 (16-3) .................................................................71, David Mouber, 1998-02 ......................................................16, Steve Querner, 1978-79 (16-1) .................................................................. 71, Dustin Lewis, 2000-04 ......................................................... 15, Troy Beneck, 2010-11 (15-7) .................................................................. 70, Ira Bernstein, 1995-99 ........................................................ 15, Lee Kennedy, 1999-00 (15-9) ................................................................. 67, Allen Shukow, 1972-76 ........................................................ 15, Sam Barrer, 2006-07 (15-11) ..................................................................... 67, Sam Lieber, 1988-92 .........................................................14, Josh Ditman, 2002-03 (14-7) MOST DOUBLES WINS, SEASON: SINGLES WINS, CAREER:............. 70, Austin Longacre, 2006-10 (70-38) ................................... 19, Robert Kay and Ryan Kent, 2010-11 (19-8) ......................................................69, Chris Hincker, 2007-11 (69-33) ......................... 18, Jeff Dumansky and Jeff Olmstead, 1973-74 (18-3) (through 2011-12 season)

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Chuck Herak.......................1981-85................................... 29-15 Jason Hanschmann..............2004-08................................... 29-15 Dan Kegelman....................1986-89................................... 29-24 John McNamara.................1977-81................................... 29-31

TOP CAREER DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Teams) 1. Courtney Scott/Chris Hincker................. 2009-11................. 41-21 2. Dave Baldwin/Jim Korman..................... 1984-88................. 35-13 3. Sam Lieber/Jeff Iannone........................ 1989-92................... 31-6 4. Jeff Dumansky/Jeff Olmstead................ 1972-74................... 29-6 Austin Longacre/Nolan Greenberg.......... 2006-09................. 29-15 6. Greg Barkley/Mike Abuhoff................... 1975-78................. 28-22 7. Roger Conant/Bill Tobin......................... 1963-66................... 27-2 Jeff Harrison/Adam Heiligman............... 1990-92................. 27-14 9. Lee Kennedy/Dave Mouber.................... 1999-02................. 25-18 10. Jesse Carl/Jason Hanschmann................ 2004-06................... 21-8 Jim Kegelman/Dave Gonzalez................ 1985-88................. 21-11 12. Mike Lustig/Ira Bernstein...................... 1995-97................. 20-13 13. Robert Kay/Ryan Kent.......................... 2010-11................... 19-8 Ari Zweig/Pat Seitz.............................. 2000-03................. 19-18 15. Sam Barrer/Camilo Perez....................... 2006-10................. 18-14 John Tully/Sanjay Khindri....................... 2001-04................. 18-20 TOP CAREER DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Individuals) 1. Andre Vorobyov.................................... 2008-12................. 59-31 2. Austin Longacre..................................... 2006-10................. 56-41 3. Sam Barrer............................................ 2006-10................. 53-36 4. Nolan Greenberg.................................... 2005-09................. 51-38 5. Camilo Perez......................................... 2006-10................. 50-27 6. Jeff Olmstead........................................ 1971-75................. 45-11 7. Ari Zweig.............................................. 2000-04................. 44-43 Chris Hincker......................................... 2007-11................. 44-31 9. Philip Wayne......................................... 2002-06................. 43-22 10. Ira Bernstein.......................................... 1995-99................. 42-28 11. Jeff Harrison......................................... 1989-93................. 41-15 Steve Querner....................................... 1978-82................. 41-16 Ryan Kent............................................. 2009-12................. 41-21 13. Dave Baldwin........................................ 1984-88................. 40-19 Courtney Scott....................................... 2008-11................. 40-28 15. David Paul............................................. 1991-95................. 39-13 Sam Lieber............................................ 1988-92................. 39-17 John Tully.............................................. 2001-05................. 39-46 18. Kyle Binnington..................................... 1992-96................. 38-18 19. Jim Kegelman........................................ 1984-88................. 37-25 20. Sanjay Khindri....................................... 2000-04................. 36-33 21. Jim Korman........................................... 1984-88................. 35-14 Mike Lustig........................................... 1993-97................. 35-20 Jason Hanschmann................................. 2004-08................. 35-26 Troy Beneck........................................2010-Present.............. 34-16 24. Jeff Iannone.......................................... 1988-92................... 33-6 Jon Zolin............................................... 1971-75................. 33-16 TOP CAREER DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Teams) 1. Robert Kay/Ryan Kent.......................... 2010-11................... 19-8 2. Jeff Dumansky/Jeff Olmstead................ 1973-74................... 18-3 3. Jesse Carl/Jason Hanschmann................ 2004-05................... 17-5 Troy Beneck/Adam Lawton..................... 2011-12................... 17-8 5. Philip Wayne/Sammy Carl...................... 2004-05................... 16-4

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Courtney Scott/Chris Hincker................. 2009-10................... 16-6 7. Troy Beneck/Andre Vorobyov................. 2010-11................... 15-7 David Paul/Kyle Binnington.................... 1994-95................... 15-1 Austin Longacre/Nolan Greenberg.......... 2007-08................... 15-9 10. Steve Querner/Ken Dill.......................... 1981-82................... 13-1 Jon Zolin/Jeff Rich................................ 1974-75................... 13-1 Sam Lieber/Jeff Iannone........................ 1989-90................... 13-3 Steve Querner/Steve Sieke.................... 1978-79................... 13-4 14. Jeff Harrison/David Paul....................... 1992-93................... 12-1 Steve Shukow/Robert Cohen................. 1973-74................... 12-2 Dave Baldwin/Jim Korman..................... 1987-88................... 12-4 Paul Bozentka/Dan Kegelman................ 1986-87................... 12-4 Greg Barkley/Mike Abruhoff.................. 1978-79................... 12-5 Ari Zweig/Patrick Seitz......................... 2000-01................... 12-7 Lee Kennedy/Dave Mouber.................... 2000-01................... 12-8 TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS • 1974 Middle Atlantic Conference Champions • 1997 America East Conference Champions INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANT Jeff Dumansky - 1973-74 - Princeton - singles ECAC REGIONAL CHAMPION Allen Shukow - 1974-75 - Singles Jeff Dumansky - 1971-72 - Singles; 1972-73 Singles NCAA POST GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT Chuck Herak - 1985 CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Chuck Herak - 1985 - 2nd team At-Large COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM Chuck Herak - 1985 - 1st team Jeff Iannone - 1990 (3rd team); 1992 - (3rd team) UNIV. OF DELAWARE OUTSTANDING SENIOR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Jeff Dumansky - 1974 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Dr. Roy Rylander - 1998 CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Sam Lieber - 1992 Jeff Iannone - 1990, 1991 Jaime Ferriero - 1986 Chuck Herak - 1983, 1984, 1985

.................................................................Mike Shifrin - No. 2 doubles 1996-97....................................................Ira Bernstein - No. 2 singles ....................................................................Todd Kosta - No. 3 singles .................................................. Subash Parameswaran - No. 5 singles 1995-96.......................................................Todd Kosta - No. 4 singles ..................................................................Mike Lustig - No. 1 doubles ................................................................Ira Bernstein - No. 1 doubles 1994-95.................................................... Felix Nacson - No. 4 singles .................................................. Subash Parameswaran - No. 5 singles 1992-93......................................................David Paul - No. 1 doubles ............................................................... Jeff Harrison - No. 1 doubles 1987-88.................................................Dave Gonzalez - No. 3 singles 1984-85..................................................Jaime Ferriero - No. 3 singles ..............................................................Dave Gonzalez - No. 5 singles 1982-83................................................ Sam Sneeringer - No. 5 singles ................................................................ Chuck Herak - No. 2 doubles .............................................................. Ron Kerdasha - No. 2 doubles 1981-82................................... Ken Dill - No. 3 singles / No. 2 doubles ............................................................. Steve Querner - No. 2 doubles 1980-81................................................ Steve Querner - No. 1 doubles ................................................................ Randy Cerce - No. 1 doubles ....................................................................... Ken Dill - No. 2 doubles .................................................................Mark Skurla - No. 2 doubles 1975-76............................................................Allen Shukow - singles ........................................................................Robert Cohen - doubles ....................................................................... David Holland - doubles 1974-75........................................................... Jeff Olmstead - singles .........................................................................Allen Shukow - singles 1973-74.................................................Jeff Dumansky - No. 1 singles 1972-73.......................................................... Jeff Dumansky - singles 1971-72.......................................................... Jeff Dumansky - singles 1963-64..................................................Roger Conant - No. 1 doubles ..................................................................... Bill Tobin - No. 1 doubles ALL-CONFERENCE (vote of coaches/non-tournament champions) Ira Bernstein.............................................................. singles, 1998-99 Ari Zweig................................................................. doubles, 2000-01 Pat Seitz.................................................................. doubles, 2000-01 John Fogelgren........................................................... singles, 2000-01 John Tully................................................... 2nd team singles, 2004-05 Austin Longacre........ 2nd team singles/3rd team doubles, 2007-08 and ....................... 2008-09; 2nd team singles/1st team doubles, 2009-10 Nolan Greenberg.................... 3rd team doubles, 2007-08 and 2008-09 Andre Vorobyov ..........................................1st team doubles, 2009-10 Troy Beneck.................................... 3rd team singles/doubles, 2011-12 Adam Lawton............................................. 3rd team doubles, 2011-12

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Laura Travis - 1996, 1997, 2000 CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 1997-98....................................................Ira Bernstein - No. 1 singles .................................................................Mike Murray - No. 6 singles ................................................................... Ken Lovell - No. 2 doubles 2013 BLUE HEN MEN’S TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE • BLUEHENS.COM

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Abuhoff, Michael D.............. 1976, 1977, 1979 Akin, M.................................................. 1924 Alecci, Jeffrey M................. 1984, 1985, 1986 Allen, Samuel...................... 1960, 1961, 1962 Annett, Robert........................................ 1963 Andrews, Evan.............................. 2012, 2013 Artz, R.S................................................ 1993 BBB Babcock, Wm................................ 1932, 1933 Baldwin, David G...... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Barker.......................................... 1922, 1924 Barker, W..................................... 1938, 1939 Barkley, Gregory................ 1976, 1977, 1979 Barrer, Sam.............. 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Barry, Peter.................................. 1960, 1961 Bartochesky, S.W...... 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940 Beneck, Troy....................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Bernstein, Ira............ 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Biel, Jordan............................................ 1999 Binnington, Kyle........ 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Blumberg, Andrew........................ 2007, 2008 Botzentka, Paul M.............. 1984, 1985, 1987 Boyce, Truxton.................... 1939, 1940, 1941 Boyer, Raymond............................ 1967, 1968 Brostrand, Arthur.......................... 1965, 1966 Brown, J.W................................... 1932, 1933 Brunner, Robert.................. 1958, 1959, 1960 Buechele, John........................................ 1950 Buell, Mark............... 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994 Burke, James................................ 1967, 1968 CCC Carey, Lewis....................... 1936, 1937, 1938 Carl, Jesse.................................... 2005, 2006 Carl, Sammy........................................... 2005 Centrella, Mark S.................................... 1994 Cerce, Randy............ 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Challenger, Bob................... 1920, 1921, 1922 Challenger, Jack............................ 1920, 1921 Clark, Ed............................. 1949, 1950, 1951 Cleland, Winston................. 1962, 1963, 1964 Cohen, Robert......................................... 1976 Cole, Clinton................................. 1998, 1999 Conant, Roger..................... 1964, 1965, 1966 Cooperman, Larry............... 1951, 1952, 1953 Corson, Roland....................................... 1955 Creamer, Fred........... 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929 26

Cubbage, Isaac.............................. 1946, 1947 DDD Daniello, Don.......................................... 1954 Daniello, John......................................... 1957 Darrah, Donald............................. 1967, 1968 Davis, R................................................. 1934 Dayton, Herbert...................................... 1977 Deirdorff, Andy................... 1990, 1991, 1993 Derene, Jason..................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Derrickson, J.B........................................ 1929 Dick, James............................................ 1959 Dieckman, Richard............... 1958, 1959, 1961 Dill, David.............................................. 1989 Dill, Kenneth............. 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Ditman, Josh............. 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Donoho, R.......................... 1935, 1936, 1937 Dowashahi, Hassein...................... 1951, 1952 Dunlap, R........................... 1947, 1948, 1949 Dunn, Cary............................................. 1932 Dunton, Stephen D........................ 1987, 1988 EEE Eastburn................................................. 1926 Eckhard, Jonathan..... 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Edwards, Jonathan.................................. 2004 Edwards, Richard.......................... 1946, 1947 Ehrenberg, Michael........................ 1980, 1981 Elsbert, W.F............................................ 1934 Englebreth, Wesley R.................... 1994, 1995 Epstein, Michael B......................... 1983, 1984 FFF Feldman, Jacob............................. 1960, 1961 Ferriero, Jaime S....... 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Fisher, Phillip.......................................... 1976 Fogelgren, John....................................... 2001 Furlong, Gordon J.......................... 1982, 1983 Furr, Michael........................................... 2013 GGG Gehrke, Larry............................... 1967, 1968 Geiger, Richard....................................... 1942 Gelman, Nolan.............................. 2012, 2013 Given, Russell..................... 1958, 1959, 1960 Gonzalez, David.................. 1985, 1986, 1988 Gottlieb, David....................................... 1998 Graham, Richard................. 1963, 1964, 1965 Greenberg, Nolan...... 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Gutowitz................................................ 1917 HHH Habibi, Richard....................................... 1992 Habicht, Wilbur............................. 1940, 1941 Haines, Edwin..................... 1942, 1947, 1948

Hanschmann, Jason... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Harcketts, John............................. 1967, 1968 Harrison, Jeff........... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Hartman, Wilmon................ 1961, 1962, 1963 Harwanko, Mark.................................... 1979 Hassenstein, Edwin................................. 1967 Hauge, John........................ 1964, 1965, 1966 Heiligman, Adam................. 1990, 1991, 1992 Heppe, G.L................................... 1932, 1933 Herak, Charles D................. 1983, 1984, 1985 Herak, Christopher.................................. 1989 Herr, Ivan............................................... 1942 Hill, Peter........................... 1950, 1951, 1952 Hill, R. .................................................. 1934 Hincker, Chris............ 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Hitch, Philip........................ 1965, 1966, 1967 Hoey, James....................... 1952, 1953, 1954 Hoey, R.................................................. 1924 Hoffecker, Donald............... 1946, 1950, 1951 Holland, David........................................ 1976 Hollis, J.P............................................... 1932 Hopkins, Thomas..................................... 1953 Horty................................. 1919, 1920, 1921 Housepian, J....................... 1947, 1948, 1949 Hume, Garrett.................... 1934, 1935, 1936 Humphrey............................................... 1919 III Iannone, Jeffrey........ 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 JJJ Jebens, Walter.................... 1954, 1955, 1956 Jenkins, W. Thomas............. 1955, 1956, 1957 Johnson, Chris..................... 1997, 1999, 2000 Johnson, D.................................... 1924, 1926 Jordan, Thomas......... 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942 KKK Kapur, Amit............................................ 2008 Kaufman, Clayton.......................... 1957, 1958 Kay, Robert............................................ 2011 Kegelman, Daniel G............. 1987, 1988, 1989 Kegelman, James W.. 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Kegelman, Matthew................................ 1977 Kelly, James R.............................. 1984, 1987 Kelly, Sean............... 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Kennedy, Lee...................... 2000, 2001, 2002 Kent, Ryan......................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Kerdasha, Ronald W............ 1982, 1983, 1984 Khindri, Sanjay......... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Kirkland, Robert................. 1946, 1948, 1949 Knox, George......................................... 1939 Kohler, Walter........................................ 1956 Korman, James S...... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Kosta, Todd.................................. 1996, 1997

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QQQ Querner, Steven........ 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Quigley, Mark D...................................... 1984 RRR Reed, Richard............................... 1941, 1942 Reese, Jordan......................................... 1999 Rice, H.L. ........................... 1935, 1936, 1937 Rich, Jeffrey........................................... 1976 Robinson, W. ......................................... 1948 Roe, Tom............................ 1959, 1960, 1961 Runk, Thomas............................... 1949, 1950 Ryan, Richard........... 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 SSS Schmidt, Zachary M. .1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Scott, Courtney................... 2009, 2010, 2011 Schrader, Parker..................................... 2008 Schuermann, John................................... 1953 Schwarcz, Myron.................................... 2000 Schwartz, Jason............................ 1997, 1998 Schwartz, Jonathan... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Seidel, Barry........................................... 1951 Seitz, Patrick............ 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Shifrin, Michael....................................... 1998 Short, Verdell............................... 1946, 1948 Shukow, Allen......................................... 1976 Shupp, Carl............... 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956 Sieke, Stephen.............................. 1977, 1979 Siemen, Robert............................. 1942, 1943 Simpkins, Howard......................... 1954, 1959 Skurla, Mark................................ 1980, 1981 Sloane, Adam................................ 1995, 1996 Smith, Harry................................. 1942, 1943 Sneeringer, Samuel W. .................. 1983, 1984 Speakman, George.................................. 1930 Stahl, Marc................................... 1976, 1977 Stanley, William...................................... 1979 Sweet, Alex............................................ 2013

WWW Wagner, Miles........................................ 1939 Walker, Raymond................ 1957, 1958, 1959 Walls, Robert........... 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943 Walsh, Joseph..................... 1932, 1933, 1934 Wayne, Philip........... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Wells, Wm................ 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938 West, Thomas......................................... 1980 Whaley, Woodrow........................ 1960, 1961 Whann, John................................. 1951, 1952 Wheeless, Chauncey............ 1934, 1935, 1936 White, Frank....................... 1952, 1953, 1954 Whitney, F. ............................................ 1934 Williams, Thomas.................................... 1955 Wirth, Robert..................... 2002, 2003, 2005 Woodruff, Jon..................... 1955, 1956, 1957 Woodruff, Robert................ 1956, 1957, 1958 YYY Young, Stephen............................. 1961, 1962 ZZZ Zumsteg, Thomas.................................... 1977 Zweig, Ari................ 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

TTT Taylor, A.J. .............. 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930 Tobin, William..................... 1964, 1965, 1966 Triggs..................................................... 1922 Tully, John................ 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Turner, A................................................ 1924 VVV Van Beek, Richard................................... 1950 Veale, Harry........................................... 1954 Vincent................................................... 1927 Vorobyov, Andre....... 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

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