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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

SENIOR BRIEUC HAMON

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2011 UT ARLINGTON MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS This is UTA Tennis............................................2-3 Media Information .............................................4

COACHES & STAFF p. 5 2011 Coaching Sfaff...........................................5 Head Coach Diego Benitez .........................6-7 Assistant Coach Marco Matteuci...................8 Graduate Assistant Coach Diego Martar....9 Student Assistant Coach Dmitry Minkin . 10

2011 Season Preview p. 10-11

2011 Mavercks p. 17 Daiana Negreanu..............................................12 Maria Martinez-Romero .................................13 Katarina Mlcochova .........................................14 Nikola Matovicova............................................15 Linda Aqvist ........................................................16 Giada D’ortona ................................................. 16 Natalia Mayuk ................................................... 16

2010 Year in Review p. 12 2010 Season Statistics/ Results................... 17 Southland Conference Honors ................... 18 Southland Conference Statistics ................ 19 SLC History ................................................... 20-21 Individual Records ......................................... 22 All-Time Awardwinners ................................. 23 Year-by-Year Results ................................. 24-25 All-Time Roster ................................................. 26

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Brieuc Hamon .......................................................28 Mindaugas Celedinas.........................................29 David Subirats.......................................................30 Jason Lateko..........................................................31 Giacomo Sano ......................................................32 Yauheni Yakauleu ................................................33 Erik Hjertonsson...................................................34 Lucas Leppin .........................................................34 Nicolas Moreno ....................................................34

2010 Year in Review p. 35-44 2010 Season Statistics/ Results.......................35 Southland Conference Honors/Awards......36 Southland Conference Results.......................37 SLC History......................................................38-39 Individual Records .............................................40 All-Time Awardwinners.....................................41 Year-by-Year Results.....................................42-43 All-Time Roster......................................................44

Experience UT Arlington p. 45-88 The University of Texas at Arlington ...... 45-88

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2011 Season Preview & Roster.............. 10-11

2010 MAVERICKS p. 27

CREDITS The 2011 UT Arlington Tennis Information Guide was written, edited and designed by UT Arlington Assistant Athletics Director Kristyna Mancias. Cover design by Kristyna Mancias and Dave Seymour. Photography by Michael Clements and Patrick Green.

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2011 MEN’S & WOMEN’S TEAM QUICK FACTS WOMEN’S SPRING MATCH SCHEDULE

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OPPONENT CAMERON MIDWESTERN STATE at VCU at Old Dominion at Kansas at Wichita State vs. Wyoming at Central Arkansas* at Northwestern State* XAVIER MCNEESE STATE* LAMAR* at Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara TCU TEXAS STATE* UTSA* at Sam Houston State* at Stephen F. Austin* NORTH TEXAS

LOCATION UTA TENNIS CENTER UTA TENNIS CENTER F 12 Richmond, VA F 13 Norfolk, VA F 25 Lawrence, KS F 26 Wichita, KS F 27 Wichita, KS M5 Conway, AR M6 Natchitoches, LA M8 UTA TENNIS CENTER M 12 UTA TENNIS CENTER M 13 UTA TENNIS CENTER M 19 Saint Luis Obispo, CA M 20 Santa Barbara, CA M 23 UTA TENNIS CENTER M 26 UTA TENNIS CENTER M 27 UTA TENNIS CENTER A2 Huntsville, TX A3 Nacogdoches, TX A7 UTA TENNIS CENTER A 10 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI* UTA TENNIS CENTER A 16 at SE Louisiana* Hammond, LA A 17 at Nicholls State* Thibodaux, LA A29-M1 SLC Tournament San Antonio, TX

MEN’S SPRING MATCH SCHEDULE DATE J 23 F 11

OPPONENT at TCU UT DALLAS CAMERON F 18 at Wichita State F 26 UTAH F 27 at Texas A&M M6 UTSA* M8 XAVIER M 11 at Sacramento State M 12 Vs. Montana State M 13 vs. Saint Mary’s M 18 COLUMBIA M 21 NEW MEXICO STATE A8 UTPA* A9 UC SANTA BARBARA at Baylor A 13 at SMU A 15 at Nicholls State* A 16 at Lamar* A 17 at Rice A29-M1 SLC Tournament * Southland Conference Match

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TIME 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 11 p.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 11 a TBA

LOCATION Fort Worth, TX UTA TENNIS CENTER UTA TENNIS CENTER Wichita, KS UTA TENNIS CENTER College Station, TX UTA TENNIS CENTER Natchitoches, LA Sacramento, CA Sacramento, TX Moraga, CA UTA TENNIS CENTER UTA TENNIS CENTER UTA TENNIS CENTER UTA TENNIS CENTER Waco, TX Dallas, TX Thibodaux, LA Beaumont, TX Houston, TX San Antonio, TX

TIME 11 a.m. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. TBA TBA TBA 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Arlington, Texas Founded: 1895 (Senior College 1959) Enrollment: 33,788 Nickname: Mavericks School Colors: Royal Blue and White (Orange Trim) Conference: Southland Facility: UTA Tennis Center President: James Spaniolo Athletics Director: Pete Carlon Assoc. AD/SWA: Debbie Hedrick Athletic Dept. Phone: 817-272-2261 University Web Site: www.uta.edu Athletics Web Site: www.utamavs.com WOMEN’S PROGRAM HISTORY Regular Season Conference Titles (last): Postseason Conference Titles (last): Overall NCAA Record: NCAA Tournament Appearances (last):

7 (2009) 5 (2009) 0-5 5 (2009)

MEN’S PROGRAM HISTORY Regular Season Conference Titles (last): Postseason Conference Titles (last): Overall NCAA Record: NCAA Tournament Appearances (last):

8 (2010) 6 (2006) 0-3 3 (2006)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Associate AD of Comm./Marketing/Promotions Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf: Gregg Elkin Assistant Athletic Comm. Director Baseball, Volleyball, Track and Field: Luke Brietzke Assistant Athletic Comm. Director Tennis, WBB, Softball, CC: Kristyna Mancias Email: kmancias@uta.edu Office: 817-272-2213 Cell: 956-648-1109 2010 REVIEW Women Overall Record: 12-7 (Home: 5-2, Away: 5-3, Neutral: 2-2 2010 SLC Finish: 2nd (10-1) 2010 SLC Tournament Finish: 2nd (2-1) Men Overall Record: 9-11 (Home: 5-6, Away: 2-3, Neutral: 2-2 2010 SLC Finish: 1st (4-1) 2010 SLC Tournament Finish: 2nd (2-1) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Diego Benitez (Texas Wesylan, 2000) Coaching Experience: 5th season at UTA Asst. Coach: Marco Matteucci (West Flordia, 2007) Coaching Experience: 2nd season at UTA Graduate Asst. Coach: Coaching Experience:

Diego Mattar (UTA, 2008) 3rd Season

Student Asst. Coach: Coaching Experience:

Dimtry Minkin (UTA, 2010) 1st Season

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Diego Benitez Head Coach 5th Season Texas Wesleyan, 2000

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - Enters his fifth season as head coach of the men’s and women’s tennis teams. - Named the 2009 SLC Women’s Head Coach of the Year after leading the Mavs to a perfect 11-0 SLC mark. - Led the men’s team to a 2006 NCAA Tournament appearance and the women’s team to the NCAA’s in 2009. - In 2004-06, Benitez guided four players to national rankings status. - In 2005, the men’s team was ranked as high as No. 47.

Diego Benitez returns for his fifth year as the head coach of both the men’s and women’s tennis programs at UT Arlington.

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In 2010, Benitez led the men’s squad to its seventh regular-season title and a 9-11 overall record. UTA was one match shy of winning the SLC Tournament but dropped a 4-0 decision to UTSA. The Mavericks head coach also guided four Mavericks to All-Southland Conference honors. David Subirats and Jason Lateko were named to the All-SLC singles second team while doubles team of Brieuc Hamon and Yauheni Yakaulen earned a spot on the second team.

Benitez had three players earn SLC Player of the Week honors and led three freshmen to All-SLC accolades including first team All-SLC honoree-Maria Martinez-Romero who led the team with 37 total wins. Martinez-Romero was one of two Mavericks to go undefeated during conference action and won 18 straight singles matches.

The women’s team also turned in a successful 2010 season, finishing with a 12-7 overall record and a near perfect 10-1 conference mark.

On the men’s side, the Mavericks finished the regular season with a 9-12 overall record and a 3-3 SLC mark, making their 13th tournament appearance as the No. 4 seed. The Mavs faced Southeastern Louisiana in the first round of the tournament where they dropped a 4-1 decision and were eliminated.

The Mavericks faced Northwestern State as undefeated teams for the Southland Conference title two games prior to the tournament in Corpus Christi. With several injuries nagging the Mavs, Northwestern State recorded a 6-1 win.

One of the biggest non-conference wins for the Mavericks came against nationally-ranked UC Santa Barbara, 4-3. After dropping the doubles point, UTA battled its way through singles action, capturing four of the six matches for the victory.

As the No. 2 seed in the SLC Tournament, UTA rolled pasted both Southeastern Louisiana and Texas State. The Mavs earned a rematch against Northwestern State in the championship match. Despite a strong effort by the women, the Mavericks dropped a 4-3 decision to the Lady Demons.

UTA’s No. 1 singles player-Mindaugas Celedinas was named the 2009 SLC Freshman of the Year. Celedinas is only the third Maverick in men’s tennis history to earn the recognition. Celedinas was also the first of three Mavericks to earn SLC Player of the Week honors after a three-set singles triumph over nationally-ranked University of New Orleans.

Three Mavericks earned All-SLC honors. Daiana Negreanu, Maria Martinez-Romero and Nikola Matovivoa represented UT Arlington on the SLC All-Conference teams.

Junior Gonzalo Bienzobas was the only Maverick selected to the All-SLC first team. Newcomers David Subirats and Celedinas earned All-SLC second team honors. Sophomore Brieuc Hamon and Bienzobas were the other two Mavs to earn SLC Player of the Week honors.

Negreanu was the lone Maverick to be named to the first team AllSLC team after recording a perfect 9-0 conference mark. For the second time in career, Martinez-Romero earned second team AllSLC accolades. Martinez-Romero finished conference action with a 10-1 mark and a 12-3 overall record at the No. 4 position. No. 3 doubles team-Martinez-Romero and Matovivoa earned a second-team All-SLC spot after wrapping up the regular season with a perfect 9-0 mark. The tandem also won its last 10 doubles matches and finished with a 10-2 overall record. Romero and Klara Jagosova were also recognized in the classroom by being named to the SLC All-Academic Team. Benitez produced a successful 2009 season during which he was named the 2009 Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year. He led the Mavericks to a 17-7 overall record including an undefeated 11-0 SLC mark and a Southland Conference title. The conference championship marked the fifth in UTA women’s tennis program history. The Mavs’ undefeated conference record was accredited to the combination coaching of Benitez and former assistant coach Younes Limam, who helped lead three of five newcomers to 10plus singles and doubles victories.

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After dominating three of their opponents in the SLC Tournament, UT Arlington faced No. 4 Baylor in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships in Waco, Texas where they suffered a 4-0 setback to the Bears.

In 2007, Benitez led both the men and women to the Southland Conference Tournament. The women advanced to the finals of the tournament where they fell to No. 1 seed-Southeastern Louisiana, 4-0. The women finished the season with a 15-4 overall record and 8-2 conference mark. Five Mavericks earned post-season honors, including senior Daniela Novakova who collected her second First Team All-SLC nod. Novakova finished the season with a 15-1 overall mark and 9-1 conference record. Doubles partners Marissa Brown and Sofya Lifanova earned an automatic first team selection after compiling a perfect 8-0 conference record. Simri van Rooyen and Monika Peciulionyte round off the group with second team All-SLC honors in the No. 1 doubles slot. The men’s squad finished the season with an 11-12 overall record and a 5-1 conference mark. The Mavs closed out the 2007 season in the semifinals of the SLC Tournament where they dropped a 4-2 decision to UTSA. Four player collected post-season honors, including junior transfer Dmitry Minkin who was named the Newcomer of the Year after posting a 17-5 overall record and a perfect 6-0 finish in conference matches. Minkin is only the fourth Maverick to earn the recognition in UTA Men’s Tennis history. Javier Herrera and Diego Mattar along with, Alberto Agis and Minkin

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The University of Texas at Arlington collected First Team All-SLC honors at the No. 2 and 3 positions. Mattar and Gonzalo Bienzobas were named to the Second Team All-SLC singles team. In his first season at UTA, Benitez led the men’s squad to its sixth Southland Conference Tournament title and a 13-7 overall record in 2006. As the head coach of the women’s squad, Benitez led the Mavericks to a 7-12 overall record, including a 6-5 mark in league play and guided two newcomers to the women’s All-Southland Conference Team. In 2004, Benitez guided senior David Corrie’s climb to No. 21 in the national rankings and was honored as the Southland Conference’s men’s tennis Player of the Year. Prior to joining the Maverick coaching staff, Benitez spent a year as the Director and General Manager of the Boca Raton Tennis Program, and as the head coach and coordinator of the Radical Tennis Juan Nunez Academy in Boca Raton, Florida. During his time in Florida, Benitez contributed to the development of young players while also training current professional players competing on the ATP and WTA tours. Prior to his stint in Boca Raton, Benitez served as the head men’s and women’s coach at Texas Wesleyan University from 2000-2001.

Prior to coming to the United States, the Caracas, Venezuela native competed on the South America-Europe International Tennis Federation Circuit for three years. Benitez was among the top-20 nationally ranked singles players in his native country.

Personal Born: Caracas, Venezula Hometown: Caracas, Venezula High School: Instituto Escuela H.S. College: Texas Wesleyan University, B.A. (2000) Tennis Playing Career 1994 - 1996 - Top Junior players in Venezula 1994 - 1996 - Member of the Venezula National Team 1996 - 1998 - Competed in the Pro Circuit 1996 - 2000 - Played his first two seasons at Texas Wesleyan as the number-one player 1998 Qualified for the NAIA Tournament 2001- 2002 - Ranked No. 1 in doubles in Florida Coaching Career 1999-2000 - Texas Wesleyan Men’s and Women’s Assistant Coach 2000-2001 - Texas Wesleyan Head Men’s and Women’s Coach 2001Texas Christian University Women’s Volunteer Assistant Coach 2002-2003 - Radical Tennis Juan Nunez Academy Head Coach and Coordinator 2002-2003 - Boca Raton Tennis Program Director and General Manager 2003-2006 - UT Arlington Assistant Coach 2006-Present - UT Arlington Head Coach

AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS MEN

-2006 NCAA Tournament Appearance - 2006 SLC Regular-Season Champions -2006 SLC Tournament Champions - 2009 SLC Regular -Season Champions - 11 First-Team All-SLC Award Winners -10 Second -Team All-SLC Award Winners

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Benitez’s playing career consisted of two years on the professional circuit after closing out his four-year collegiate career at Texas Wesleyan. While at Texas Wesleyan, he led his squad to one national tournament and two regional playoffs.

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- 2009 NCAA Tournament Appearance - 2009 SLC Regular-Season Champions - Led Klara Jagosova to 2006 NCAA Tournament - 12 First-Team All-SLC Award Winners - 14 Second-Team All-SLC Award Winners - As assistant led Sandy Farquharson to top-30 ranking - As assistant led Niels Buksik & Farquharson No. 14 doubles ranking - As assistant led team to 2004 SLC Tournament Championship - As assistant led team to 2004 SLC Regular-Season title

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Marco Matteucci

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Assistant Coach 2nd Season West Florida, 2007

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

- Enters his second season as the men’s and women’s

tennis assistant coach. - Guided the women’s team to a 12-7 overall record and a 10-1 conference mark in his first season. - Helped three Mavericks on the women’s team to postseason honors. - Prior to working at UTA, Matteucci spent two seasons at Columbia University where he helped the women’s pro gram land the 7th and 27th best recruiting class in the country for the 2009 and 2008 seasons.

Marco Matteucci begins his second season at UT Arlington as the men’s and women’s assistant tennis coach.

weeks earlier the women also won the 2007 Gulf South Conference Championships that was also a first in West Florida history.

In his first season with the Mavericks, Matteucci helped the women’s squad to a 12-7 overall record and a near perfect 10-1 conference mark.

He helped West Florida men’s team reach the 2007 Gulf South Conference Championship finals, and the semifinals of the Division II NCAA National Championship Tournament, achieving a year end ITA ranking of No. 3 in the nation.

The Mavericks faced Northwestern State as undefeated teams for the Southland Conference title two games prior to the tournament in Corpus Christi. With several injuries nagging the Mavs, Northwestern State recorded a 6-1 win.

As a player, Matteucci spent his college playing career at University of West Florida. Matteucci was a part of the men’s program that had its best four seasons in school history.

As the No. 2 seed in the SLC Tournament, UTA rolled pasted both Southeastern Louisiana and Texas State. The Mavs earned a rematch against Northwestern State in the championship match. Despite a strong effort by the women, the Mavericks dropped a 4-3 decision to the Lady Demons. Three Mavericks earned All-SLC honors. Daiana Negreanu, Maria Martinez-Romero and Nikola Matovivoa represented UT Arlington on the SLC All-Conference teams. Negreanu was the lone Maverick to be named to the first team AllSLC team after recording a perfect 9-0 conference mark. For the second time in career, Martinez-Romero earned second team All-SLC accolades. Martinez-Romero finished conference action with a 10-1 mark and a 12-3 overall record at the No. 4 position. No. 3 doubles team-Martinez-Romero and Matovivoa earned a spot on the second team All-SLC list after wrapping up the regular season with a perfect 9-0 mark. The tandem also won their last 10 straight doubles matches and finished with a 10-2 overall record.

They won back-to- back NCAA Division II National Championship tournaments in 2004 and 2005. They won back to back Gulf South Conference Championship tournament in 2005 and 2006. Over the four years the men’s team finished No.1 in 2004 and 2005, No. 4 in 2006 and No.3 in 2007 in the ITA National rankings. Before enrolling at UWF, Matteucci spent time playing in numerous Futures and Satellite circuits events, as well as interclub league and national men’s open throughout Italy and Europe. While living and training at Fabrizio Fanucci Tennis Academy in Florence, Italy with several ATP tour players. He earned his bachelor’s degree in health leisure & exercise science in 2007 from the University of West Florida. Following graduation, he returned to Queens, New York and worked as a tennis instructor and fitness coordinator at the New York Tennis Academy and as an instructor at Town Tennis Club in Manhattan. Matteucci resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

Romero and Klara Jagosova were also recognized in the classroom by being named to the SLC All-Academic Team. Matteucci also assisted with the men’s team. The men finished as the 2010 Southland Conference regular-season champions. UTA concluded the season with a 9-11 overall record and a 4-1 mark in conference action. Four of the men’s tennis players were named to the SLC All-Conference team and two earned all-academic team honors. Prior to coming to UT Arlington, Matteucci spent two seasons as the assistant women’s tennis coach at Columbia University. He helped the women’s program land the 7th and 27th best recruiting classes in the country for the 2009 and 2008 seasons, respectively according to TennisRecruiting.net. He was also part of Columbia University’s physical education department, where he taught classes in squash and racquetball. Prior to Columbia he was the assistant coach of men’s and women’s tennis at the University of West Florida. While there he guided the women to their first NCAA tournament final in school history at the 2007 NCAA National Tournament. They finished the season No. 2 in the nation in Division II according to the ITA rankings. A couple of

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Diego Mattar is in his third season as the men’s and women’s graduate assistant coach at UT Arlington.

Former UT Arlington standout, Dmitry Minkin enters his first season as the men’s and women’s student assistant coach.

Last season, Mattar helped the men’s team to a Southland regularseason title and a 9-11 overall record. He also assisted with the women’s team where they turned in a 12-7 overall record and a 10-1 conference mark.

Minkin is responsible for assisting the head coach in practices and during matches.

In his first season, Mattar helped lead the women’s tennis team to a 17-7 overall record including an undefeated 11-0 SLC mark and a SLC title. The conference championship was the seventh in UTA women’s tennis program history. The women made their fifth NCAA appearance, facing No. 4 Baylor in the first round in Waco, Texas where they suffered a hard fought 4-0 setback to the Bears. As a player at UT Arlington, Mattar was named SLC Freshman of the Year in 2005 and was a two-time second team singles award winner and a first team doubles selection. Mattar is currently pursuing his masters degree at UT Arlington.

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Minkin is coming off a season where he recorded an 11-9 singles record, collecting 10 of his wins at the No. 1 singles position. The former athlete helped the Mavericks to a Southland Conference title after winning the final singles match at the No. 1 position against UTSA. The senior followed that performance with another huge victory in the first round of the SLC Tournament. As a freshman, Minkin was named SLC Newcomer of the Year and earned First Team All-SLC in singles at the No. 5 position.

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Graduate Assistant Coach 3rd Season UT Arlington, 2008

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2011 MEN’S & WOMEN’S TENNIS PREVIEW Men’s and women’s tennis reached the final day of the Southland Conference season last year with chances to earn an automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament. Both faltered in their final matches and enter the 2011 season with one goal in mind: Taking it to the next level. Fourth-year coach Diego Benitez lost key players from both teams but thinks he replaced them with enough overall talent to give his team a shot to avenge their final-day losses this season. The men arguably suffered the greater heartbreak last season. The team finished the regular season as Southland Conference champion, going 4-1.

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“Well I think that it was a really great way to finish the season winning the regular-season title in that fashion,” Benitez said. “We won on Sunday with a double-header, beating UTSA and Texas-Pan American-two of the toughest teams in the conference. I think that was the highlight in recent years in our program.” However, that final day showdown came with a heavy mental and physical toll. The men stumbled in the Southland Conference final against UTSA. “I think in the championship game we were just out of gas, not to take anything away from them because they are a very strong team,” Benitez said. “I think the team is extremely excited that way that we conquered last year but they have this unfinished business to take care of. I think they are ready to come back strong and take care of business.” The team lost top singles player Dmitry Minkin, but replaces him with Mindaugas Celedinas. There is little question Celedinas can handle the transition, but Benitez plans to keep the pressure on him. If Celedinas needs to play down, Benitez will not hesitate to make the move. “Mindaugas already has lots of experience with him playing at the No. 1 spot as a freshman and he did extremely well last season at the No. 2 spot,” Benitez said. “I’m confident that Mindaugas is going to play the No. 1 position from the start of season, can’t guarantee that he’s going to stay there.” The rest of the spots will be divvied up among Yauheni Yakauleu and newcomers Lucas Leppis, Nicholas Moreno and Erik Hjertsonsson.

and how quickly – his newcomers develop. “All three will play top-6 and will see action all the time. As far as what lineup they are going to be in I do not know yet,” Benitez said. “One of them is going to be top-3 and the other two are going to be bottom three. They are really going to be a big asset in singles and doubles.

“I think the fall season went very well, especially for the freshmen to get use to the competition they are going to face,” Benitez said. “They went through some rough matches but it’s just necessary for them. Lucas had a great win against the player from Germany that is the No. 2 singles player at Rice, so that was a big confidence builder. Erik reached the semifinals of the Texas Tournament, that was really great for him and Nick as well showed what player he is going to be. It was really good for them to get their feet wet and see what they are going to be facing in the spring.” How quickly those players adapt to the new level of competition might determine whether the Mavericks can successfully defend

Benitez knows the team’s success will hinge partly on how well –

2010-11 Maverick Roster Name

Linda Agvist Giada D’ortona Daiana Negreanu Nikola Matovicova Natalia Mayuk Katarina Micochova Maria Martinez-Romero

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Class

Freshman Freshman Junior Sophomore Junior/TR Sophomore Sophomore

Height 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-7 6-1

Hometown/Previous School

Gothenburg, Sweden/Gothenburg HS Bologna, Italy/Istituto de nicola Alexandria, Romania/Grupul HS Bratislava, Slovakia/Tilgnerova 24 Bratislava Belgorod, Russia/Mississippi State Bratislava, Slovakia/Bilikova 24 Bratislava Nules, Spain/Spain National Tour

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are all high-caliber players.” That trio has plenty of international experience. Aqvist was the top junior from Sweden. Benitez has high hopes from her and expects her to be a top-three singles player immediately. D’Ortana comes from Italy, but received significant training in China for a few years. Mayuk, a Mississippi State transfer, should provide an immediate lift. A strong fall has Benitez thinking his team can contend right away.

The women should also have a chance to compete for the conference championship this year as well despite losing Klara Jagosova. Senior Daiana Negreanu, as well as a few newcomers, give UT Arlington renewed hope. Negreanu had a huge year last season and upset Mariaryeni Gutierrez, the reigning Southland Conference Player of the Year during the fall.

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“The girls did very well during their fall season,” Benitez said. “I think the girls in the beginning had to get adjusted to the new level of competition but after they got their feet wet they did fine. Linda had a great fall and won a lot of matches. Natalia, a transfer from Mississippi State knows the competition and knows the level. Giada also had a lot of wins this fall season. Monica Ajdvigerova is a senior and is going to be our leader. She won the singles tournament in Oklahoma in a tough field of teams.”

The newcomers give the team balance and depth throughout the singles lineup. “The additions that we have this year are top of the line with Giada D’Ortona, Linda Aqvist and Natalia Mayuk,” Benitez said. “They

2010-11 Maverick Roster Name

Mindaugas Celedinas Brieuc Hamon Erik Hjertonsson Jason Lateko Lucas Leppin Nicolas Moreno Giacomo Sano David Subirats Yauheni Yakauleu

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Sophomore Junior Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore

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

Hometown/Previous School

Lithuania, Vilnius/Mykolo Biriskos Gymnasium Noirville, France/St. Marie H.S. Gothenburg, Sweden/ Gothenburg HS Arlington, TX/Bowie H.S. Hamburg, Germany/Hausa Gymnasium

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Santa Clara, CA/Colegio Aleman-Deutsche Schule Cali

Maracay, Aragua/U.E.P. Edificio Antonio Valino, Spain/Schiller International Minsk, Belarus/ Belarus Gymnasium

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DAIANA NEGREANU Senior Alexandria Romania (Grupul HS)

2009-10 [Junior]

All-SLC Singles First Team recipient… Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… finished the season with a 12-3 singles overall and 9-0 conference record, winning all her matches at the No. 5 position… went a perfect 3-0 during the SLC Tournament… registered five straight wins from Apr. 10-Apr. 24… teamed up with Klara Jagosova where the tandem recorded a 7-6 overall mark and a 6-3 record playing at the No. 1 and 2 spot.

2008-09 [Sophomore]

Played singles at both the No. 2 and No. 3 positions… went 8-10 in singles in dual matches… paired with Klara Jagosova at No. 1 doubles and at No. 2 with Monika Hadvigerova and Maria Martinez-Romer… posted a 9-6 record with Jagosova… finished with a 4-4 singles and 7-2 doubles SLC record… won five straight SLC doubles matches with Jagosova… posted a three-set victory over Lindsey Clark of No. 42 Yale University.

2007-08 [Freshman]

Selected as the SLC Newcomer of the Year... recorded 20 total victories during the 2007-08 season... notched her first collegiate singles’ victory in a straight set against top-ranked Tulsa... captured three consecutive matches in singles’ action... defeated Monika Drabkova of UTSA at the number-three position of the lineup with a 6-1, 6-2 decision.

Prior to UTA

Was one of the top juniors in Romania... ranked as high as number-one for U16’s... claimed 2 International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournaments in doubles in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia... won an ITF tournament in Yugoslavia and a reached the semifinals in Bulgaria and Romania... finished second in the Senior National Championship of Romania... was a semifinals at the Junior Championships of Romania... ranked as

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high as 881 in the Woman’s Tennis Association (WTA) .

Off the Court

Born June 21, 1988 in Alexandria, Romania... is the daughter of Luiza and Florin Negreanu... has one sister, Giorgiana... enjoys shopping, fashion and one day wants to become a fashion editor... majoring in communication and advertisement. CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 7-9 1-0 --8-9

DOUBLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 11-5 9-6 6-6 26-17

2 2-0 1-5 --3-5

3 --10-3 --10-3

4 --0-1 --0-1

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

5 6 --- ----- --12-3 --12-3 --3 ---------

Dual 11-5 11-11 7-6 29-22

Dual Overall 9-9 12-10 12-9 12-9 12-3 12-3 33-21 36-22 Overall 14-6 11-11 7-6 32-23

Honors & Awards

2010 - All-SLC First Team - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2008 - SLC Newcomer of the Year

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MARIA MARTINEZ-ROMERO

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Prior to the start of the season, Martinez-Romero was ranked 112th in the national preseason rankings… Named to the All-SLC singles and doubles second team… named to the All-Academic Second Team… Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… finished with a 15-3 overall and 10-1 conference mark in singles action… went a perfect 3-0 during the SLC Tournament, winning all her matches in straight sets… won nine of her last 10 singles matches… recorded all her wins at the No. 4 position… registered a 12-2 overall and 9-0 conference record in doubles play with teammate Nikola Matovicova at the No. 3 position.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Ranked 112 nationally in the fall of 2009... in her first season, MartinezRomer recorded 37 total wins in singles and doubles competition... finished the season with a 21-2 overall singles mark which ranks first in single season in winning percentage... named to the All-SLC singles first team and earned All-SLC doubles second team with teammate Nikola Matovicova... was selected as SLC Player of the week on one occasion... went undefeated in conference action recording an 11-0 mark... went 3-0 in the conference tournament… won 18 consecutive victories playing in the No.3, 4, and 5 singles positions… notched a three-set win over No. 42 Yale in the No. 5 flight.. collected an 8-2 mark in league play at the No. 2 spot with teammate Nikola Matovicova… the duo posted a 3-0 record in the SLC Tournament... named to the Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

DOUBLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

2 -------

3 4 2-0 6-0 --- 15-3 2-0 18-3

5 6 13-2 ----- --13-2 ---

2 13-7 0-1 13-8

3 Dual 2-1 15-8 12-1 12-2 24-2 27-10

Dual 21-2 15-3 36-5

Overall 21-2 15-3 36-5 Overall 15-8 12-2 27-10

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Honors & Awards

2010 - All-SLC Singles Second Team All-SLC Doubles Second Team All-Academic Second Team Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2009 - All-SLC Singles Second Team All-SLC Second Team Doubles SLC Player of the Week (Apr. 14) Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll Nationally ranked 112

Off the Court

Born November 29, 1990... is the daughter of Vicente Martinez and Inma Romero... has one sister... majoring in

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KATARINA MLCOCHOVA Junior Bratislava, Slovakia (Bilikova 24 Bratislava)

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Named SLC Player of the Week (Jan. 26)… went 6-10 overall, 4-5 in conference action in singles play… had two doubles partners but found her partner in Monika Hadvigerova where the duo recorded an 8-4 overall and 7-1 mark in league play, winning seven of their eight matches at the No. 2 position.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Micochova complied 27 total wins in her first season… named All-SLC first team in singles… named SLC Player of the Week on one occasion… posted a 10-2 mark in league play… recorded a 13-4 mark in doubles with teammate Monika Hadvigerova at the No. 3 spot… won seven consecutive doubles matches in conference action.

Prior to UTA

Ranked 32nd in the ETA 14 & Under Division... ranked 6th in Slovakia in junios... finished with a 23-32 overall singles career record and a 22-26 overall doubles career record.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career 22-13 DOUBLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 --0-3 0-3

1 2-1 2-0 4-1

2 1-1 3-2 4-3

2 --7-4 7-4

3 4-1 3-5 7-6

3 13-4 --13-4

4 7-5 --7-5

5 0-1 --0-1

Dual 15-5 9-4 24-9

6 -------

Dual Overall 12-8 12-8 10-5 10-5 22-13

Overall 15-5 9-4 24-9

Honors & Awards

2010- SLC Player of the Week (Jan. 26) 2009 - All-SLC Second Team Singles

Off the Court

Mlcochova is the daughter of Ladislav Vaskovic and Maria Vaskovicova... born on March 29, 1989... majoring in communication.

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NIKOLA MATOVICOVA

2009-10 [Sophomore] Was an All-SLC Second Team doubles recipient… Capital One Bank/ Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree… finished with a 10-5 singles overall and 6-3 conference record… won nine of her 10 matches at the No. 6 position… with teammate Maria Martinez-Romero, the duo registered a 12-2 overall doubles record and 9-0 conference mark at the No. 3 position… went 2-0 in singles and doubles at the SLC Tournament. 2008-09 [Freshman] Matovicova recorded 29 singles and doubles victories in her first season… earned All-SLC first team honors at the No. 6 singles position… collected All-SLC second team accolades at the No. 2 doubles position with teammate Maria Martinez-Romero… The pair posted a 13-5 record including ending the season winning nine of their final 10 matches… named SLC Player of the Week on one occasion… went undefeated with an 11-0 record in conference action… went 16-1 towards the end of the season… went 16-2 overall playing in the No. 4,5 and 6 flights… went undefeated in both singles and doubles in the conference tournament… named to the Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… took win over No. 46 Yale at No. 6 singles.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career 22-14 DOUBLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 1-0 --1-0

1 0-4 --0-4

2 12-5 0-1 12-6

2 1-5 --1-5

3 10-3 --10-3

3 1-0 12-1 13-1

4 0-1 --0-1

5 --1-1 1-1

Dual 13-9 12-2 25-11

6 --9-4 9-4

Dual Overall 12-9 12-9 10-5 10-5 22-14

Overall 13-9 12-2 25-11

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Junior Bratislava, Slovakia (Tilgnerova 14)

Honors & Awards

2010 - All-SLC Second Team Doubles Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2009 - All-SLC First Team Singles All-SLC Second Team Doubles SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 10) Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Prior to UTA Ranked one of the top-10 juniors in Slovakia... competed in several ITF tournaments. Off the Court Matovicova is the daughter of Jana and Petr... born on February 28, 1989... has one brother - Filip... majoring in interior design

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LINDA AQVIST Freshman - 5-6 Gothenburg, Sweden Gothenburg HS Prior to UTA

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Aqvist comes to UTA from Gothenburg, Sweden where she was part of the Swedish National Team at the European Championships and was ranked 384 in the ITF Juniors... She was consistently ranked one of the top-4 juniors in Sweden reaching a high of No.1 in Sweden... she recorded wins over top-500 WTA players and captured the Swedish Championship last year.

GLADA D’ORTONA Freshman - 5-6 Bologna, Italy Istituto de Nicola Prior to UTA D’ortona, a Bologna, Italy native was one of the top juniors in Italy where she achieved a ranking of 2.7 by the Italian Federation... She also was ranked as high as 240 in the ITF Junior rankings while collecting wins over top-100 ITF Junior players. In 2008, D’ortona captured a G4 ITF doubles tournament in Taiwan. Off the Court D’Ortona is the daughter of Antonio and Marinella D’Ortona... born Apr. 16, 1991... majoring in economics.

NATALIA MAYUK Junior/Transfer - 5-6 Belgorod, Russia Mississippi State Prior to UTA Mayuk, a transfer student from Mississippi State University played last season at MSU where she played mostly at the No. 3 position in singles and No. 1 in doubles... In her first season with the Bulldogs, she finished with a team leading 16 single’s wins playing mostly at the No. 5 spot... registered 12 doubles wins which included her most notable win over 16th ranked-LSU. Off the Court Mayuk is the daughter of Vladimir and Larisa Mayuk... born December 17, 1990 in Ukraine... majoring in business.

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CONFERENCE HONORS S O U T H L A N D C O N F E R E N C E AWA R D S & H O N O R S REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS

TEAM REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS

1999................................................................................UT Arlington 2000................................................................................UT Arlington 2001................................................................................UT Arlington 2002................................................................................UT Arlington 2004................................................................................UT Arlington 2005................................................................................UT Arlington 2009................................................................................UT Arlington

UT Arlington .......................................................................................7 Louisiana-Monroe* ..........................................................................6 Southeastern Louisiana..................................................................3 Lamar ....................................................................................................2 Northwestern State .........................................................................3 Texas State ..........................................................................................2 Louisiana-Lafayette* .......................................................................2 UTSA ......................................................................................................2 North Texas* .......................................................................................1

SLC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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2000.................................................................................Lisa Jackson 2001.................................................................................Lisa Jackson 2002...........................................................................Marketa Cizova 2003.........................................................................Annemarie Lenz 2005.........................................................................Pavla Mesterova

SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2002..........................................................................Nadine Dressler 2003.........................................................................Annemarie Lenz 2008.......................................................................Daiana Negreanu

* No longer competes in SLC

SLC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS UT Arlington .......................................................................................5 Southeastern Louisiana..................................................................3 Louisiana-Monroe ............................................................................1 Nicholls State .....................................................................................1 UTSA ......................................................................................................1 Northwestern State .........................................................................1

SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2002................................................................Carolin Schappacher 2003.......................................................................... Anete Rozkalne 2004..................................................................... Daniela Novakova 2005.........................................................................Pavla Mesterova

SLC COACH OF THE YEAR 2001.....................................................................Christian Wassmer 2002.....................................................................Christian Wassmer 2004.....................................................................Christian Wassmer 2005.....................................................................Christian Wassmer 2009............................................................................. Diego Benitez

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS University UT Arligton Southeastern Louisiana Louisiana Monroe* UTSA Lamar

Yrs. 4 3 1 1 1

W 0 0 0 0 0

L 4 3 1 1 1

Pct. .000 .000 .333 .000 .000

1999 (Austin, TX) First Round: at Texas 5, UT Arlington 0 2000 (Austin, TX) First Round: at Texas 5, UT Arlington 0 2001 (Waco, TX) First Round: at Baylor 5, UT Arlington 0 2002 (Austin, TX) First Round: at Texas 4, UTSA 0 2003 (Stanford, CA) First Round: at Stanford 4, Louisiana-Monroe 0 2004 (Austin, TX) First Round: at Texas 4, UT Arlington 0 2005 (Lafayette, LA) First Round: at Tulane 4, Southeastern Louisiana 0 2006 (Atlanta, GA) First Round: at Georgia Tech 4, 2007 (Berkeley, CA) First Round: at California 4, Southeastern Louisiana 0

2008 (Fresno, CA) First Round: at Fresno State 4, Lamar 0 In 2008, Daiana Negreanu was named the SLC Newcomer of the Year.

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2009 (Waco, TX) First Round: at Baylor 4, UT Arlington 0

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Overall Games W-L

Pct.

2010 Southland Conference Awards All-Southland Conference First Team Singles

W-L

Pct.

Northwestern State

11-0

1.000

20-2

.909

1 - Mariaryeni Gutierrez, Lamar

UT Arlington

10-1

.909

12-7

.632

2 - Kaltrina Harbuzi, Lamar

Texas State

8-3

.727

13-7

.650

3 - Martina Rubesova, NWST

Lamar

8-3

.727

14-9

.609

4 - Kathrin Lange, NWST

Sam Houston State

7-4

.636

8-11

.421

5 - Daiana Negreanu, UT Arlington

A&M-Corpus Christi

5-6

.455

10-11

.476

6 - Nyssa Peele, Texas State

Nicholls State

4-7

.364

13-8

.619

Stephen F. Austin

4-7

.364

9-11

.450

All-Southland Conference First Team Doubles

McNeese State

4-7

.364

8-11

.421

1 - Olga Bazhanova/Adna Curukovic, NWST

Southeastern La.

4-7

.364

8-14

.364

2 - Martina Rubesova/Andrea Nedorostova, NWST

UTSA

1-10

.091

4-16

.200

3 - Kathrin Lange/Bianca Schulz, NWST

Central Arkansas

0-11

.000

2-15

.118 All-Southland Conference Second Team Singles

2010 Southland Conference Tournament Results

1 - Olga Bazhanova, NWST 2 - Doris Kuselj, A&M-Corpus Christi

Schedule: Friday, April 23 Match 1: No. 3 Texas State def. No. 6 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 4-1 Match 2: No. 2 UT Arlington def. No. 7 Southeastern Louisiana, 4-1 Match 3: No. 4 Lamar def. No. 5 Sam Houston State, 4-1 Match 4: No. 1 Northwestern State def. No. 8 Stephen F. Austin, 4-0

4 -Maria Martinez-Romero, UT Arlington

Saturday, April 24 Match 5: No. 2 UT Arlington def. No. 3 Texas State, 4-0 Match 6: No. 1 Northwestern State def. No. 4 Lamar, 4-0

1 - Mariaryeni Gutierrez/Manijee Ashrafi, Lamar

Sunday, April 25 Championship: No. 1 Northwestern State def. No. 2 UT Arlington, 4-3

3 - Paola Montuenga, Stephen F. Austin 5 - Andrea Nedorostova, NWST 6 - Bianca Schulz, NWST All-Southland Conference Second Team Doubles 2 - Gabriela Rojas/Mariana Perez, Texas State 3 - Maria Martinez-Romero/Nikola Matovikova, UT Arlington Player of the Year - Mariaryeni Gutierrez, Lamar Freshman of the Year - Doris Kuselj, A&M-Corpus Christi Newcomer of the Year - Martina Rubesova, Northwestern State Coach of the Year - Patric DuBois, Northwestern State

Daiana Negreanu was named to the SLC singles first team in 2010.

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Hosted by - Corpus Christi, Texas - HEB Tennis Center Friday - Sunday, April 23-25, 2010

In 2009, head tennis coach Diego Benitez was named the SLC Coach of the Year.

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HISTORY 1983 Lamar 22, Louisiana-Monroe 20, Louisiana-Lafayette 10, Arkansas State 6, McNeese State 4, UT Arlington 0. 1984 Louisiana-Monroe 40, Lamar 37, McNeese State 9, North Texas 6, LouisianaLafayette 4, Arkansas State 4, UT Arlington 0. 1985 Lamar 42, Louisiana-Monroe 39, Arkansas State 7, North Texas 4, LouisianaLafayette 3, UT Arlington 2, McNeese State 1. 1986 Louisiana-Lafayette 28, Louisiana-Monroe 25, Lamar 22, McNeese State 19, Arkansas State 2, North Texas 1, UT Arlington 0. 1987 Louisiana-Lafayette 27, Lamar 22, Louisiana-Monroe 12, Arkansas State 8, North Texas 6, McNeese State 6, UT Arlington 0.

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1988 Texas State 50, Northwestern State 40, Louisiana-Monroe 27, North Texas 25, Sam Houston State 11. 1989 Texas State 50, Northwestern State 50, Sam Houston State 19, Louisiana-Monroe 17, North Texas 17. 1990 North Texas 45, Louisiana-Monroe 44, Texas State 40, Northwestern State 35, Sam Houston State 34, UT Arlington 0. 1991 Louisiana-Monroe 60, North Texas 43, Texas State 40, Northwestern State 39, Sam Houston State 12, UT Arlington 4. 1992 Louisiana-Monroe 81, Texas-San Antonio 46, Northwestern State 44, Texas State 41, North Texas 37, Nicholls State 33, Sam Houston State 21,UT Arlington 7. 1993 Louisiana-Monroe 66, Texas-San Antonio 63, Nicholls State 56, Northwestern State 50, North Texas 40, Texas State 22, UT Arlington 14, Sam Houston State 4. 1994 Northwestern State 100, Louisiana-Monroe 95, Texas-San Antonio 75, North Texas 70, UT Arlington 48, Stephen F. Austin 24, McNeese State 3. 1995 Louisiana-Monroe 76, Nicholls State 71, Texas-San Antonio 54, UT Arlington 50, Texas State 40, North Texas 34, Northwestern State 24, Sam Houston State 22, Stephen F. Austin 17, McNeese State 11. 1996 Louisiana-Monroe 75, Texas-San Antonio 57, Texas State 43, North Texas 40, UT Arlington 39, Northwestern State 35, Nicholls State 32, Sam Houston State 25, Stephen F. Austin 25, McNeese State 21. 1997 Louisiana-Monroe 87, Nicholls State 54, Northwestern State 51, Texas State 48, Texas-San Antonio 44, Stephen F. Austin 34, McNeese State 29, UT Arlington 27, Sam Houston 11. 1998 Texas-San Antonio 92, Nicholls State 88, Louisiana-Monroe 64, Texas State 56, Stephen F. Austin 53, McNeese State 45, SE Louisiana 40, UT Arlington 40, Northwestern State 34, Sam Houston State 28.

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1999 UT Arlington* Texas-San Antonio Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State McNeese State Lamar Northwestern State Texas State Sam Houston State Louisiana-Monroe SE Louisiana

SLC 10-0 8-2 8-2 7-3 6-4 6-4 4-6 3-7 2-8 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .800 .800 .700 .600 .600 .400 .300 .200 .100 .000

Overall 17-7 16-8 13-9 10-6 16-6 10-13 7-11 4-14 4-15 2-12 0-16

Pct. .708 .667 .591 .625 .727 .435 .389 .222 .211 .143 .000

2000 UT Arlington* Texas-San Antonio Stephen F. Austin Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Sam Houston State SE Louisiana Northwestern State Texas State McNeese State Nicholls State

SLC 10-0 9-1 8-2 7-3 5-5 5-5 3-7 3-7 3-7 1-9 1-9

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .500 .500 .300 .300 .300 .100 .100

Overall 17-5 15-7 14-12 12-13 9-15 9-13 10-15 6-12 6-13 5-14 2-14

Pct. .773 .682 .538 .480 .375 .409 .400 .333 .316 .263 .125

2001 UT Arlington* Texas-San Antonio Louisiana-Monroe SE Louisiana McNeese State Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Sam Houston State Lamar Nicholls State Texas State

SLC 10-0 9-1 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 4-6 3-7 2-8 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .400 .300 .200 .100 .000

Overall 16-7 14-6 14-11 13-8 10-10 6-13 8-12 4-16 5-17 4-13 1-17

Pct. .696 .700 .560 .619 .500 .316 .400 .200 .227 .235 .056

2002 UT Arlington Texas-San Antonio* Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Texas State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State SE Louisiana Lamar

SLC 10-0 9-1 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 4-6 3-7 2-8 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .400 .300 .200 .100 .000

Overall 14-8 16-7 17-8 16-7 8-11 8-11 11-13 7-10 6-11 2-19 1-23

Pct. .636 .696 .680 .696 .421 .421 .458 .412 .353 .095 .042

2003 Texas-San Antonio Louisiana-Monroe* UT Arlington McNeese State Texas State Northwestern State SE Louisiana Lamar Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State

SLC 10-0 9-1 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 4-6 3-7 2-8 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .400 .300 .200 .100 .000

Overall 21-4 20-6 12-9 13-8 10-10 8-12 12-8 12-10 6-18 3-12 0-12

Pct. .840 .769 .571 .619 .500 .400 .600 .545 .250 .200 .000

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Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .300 .300 .300 .100 .000

Overall 18-7 14-5 15-5 10-11 10-10 11-12 6-11 6-14 5-13 3-15 2-15

Pct. .720 .737 .750 .476 .500 .478 .353 .300 .278 .167 .118

2005 UT Arlington SE Louisiana* McNeese State Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Sam Houston State Texas State Texas-San Antonio Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State

SLC 10-0 9-1 8-2 6-4 5-5 5-5 4-6 4-6 3-7 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .600 .500 .500 .400 .400 .300 .100 .000

Overall 14-9 19-7 18-5 14-11 10-10 11-11 7-12 4-14 6-13 6-13 1-15

Pct. .609 .731 .753 .560 .500 .500 .368 .222 .316 .316 .062

2006 SE Louisiana* UT Arlington Lamar Sam Houston State Texas-San Antonio Louisiana-Monroe Texas State McNeese State Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State

SLC 10-0 9-1 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 5-5 4-6 2-8 1-9 0-10

Pct. 1.000 .900 .600 .600 .600 .600 .500 .400 .200 .100 .000

Overall 22-4 12-9 11-10 11-9 10-11 11-8 7-14 8-9 3-13 5-13 0-15

Pct. .856 .571 .524 .555 .455 .579 .333 .471 .188 .278 .000

2007 SE Louisiana* Lamar Northwestern State Texas State UTSA UT-Arlington Sam Houston State Nicholls State McNeese State Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Central Arkansas

SLC 11-0 10-1 9-2 7-4 6-5 6-5 6-5 3-8 3-8 3-8 2-9 0-11

Pct. 1.000 .909 .818 .636 .545 .545 .545 .273 .273 .273 .182 .000

Overall 22-3 22-3 16-8 10-11 10-13 7-12 7-14 12-10 8-12 8-15 4-12 4-15

Pct. .880 .880 .667 .476 .435 .368 .333 .545 .400 .348 .250 .211

2008 UT Arlington* Lamar UTSA Northwestern State Texas State Sam Houston State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Stephen F. Austin SE Louisiana Nicholls State McNeese State * - SLC Tournament Champion

SLC 11-0 10-1 8-3 8-3 7-4 6-4 5-6 4-7 3-7 2-9 1-10

Pct. 1.000 .909 .727 .727 .636 .600 .455 .364 .300 .182 .091

Overall 15-8 15-6 16-8 14-8 11-6 10-8 10-11 5-16 9-11 8-10 5-13

Pct. .652 .714 .667 .636 .647 .556 .476 .238 .450 .444 .278

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2009 Northwestern State* UT Arlington Texas State Lamar Sam Houston State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nicholls State Stephen F. Austin McNeese State SE Louisiana UTSA Central Arkansas * - SLC Tournament Champion

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

SLC 11-0 10-1 8-3 8-3 7-4 5-6 4-7 4-7 4-7 4-7 1-10 0-11

Pct. 1.000 .909 .727 .727 .636 .455 .364 .364 .364 .364 .091 .000

Overall 20-2 12-7 13-7 14-9 8-11 10-11 13-8 9-11 8-11 8-14 4-16 2-15

Pct. .909 .632 .650 .609 .421 .476 .619 .450 .421 .444 .200 .118

Date 1995 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Site Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. San Antonio, Texas Arlington, Texas

Champion Nicholls State UT Arlington UT Arlington UT Arlington Texas-San Antonio Louisiana-Monroe UT Arlington SE Louisiana SE Louisiana

Runner-Up Louisiana-Monroe Texas-San Antonio Texas-San Antonio Texas-San Antonio UT Arlington Texas-San Antonio McNeese State UT Arlington UT Arlington

Score 4-2 5-2 5-1 4-0 4-1 4-2 4-0 4-0 4-3

2007 2008

Nacogodoches, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas

Lamar UT Arlington

SE Louisiana UTSA

4-2 4-0

2009

Corpus Christi, Texas

Northwestern State

UT Arlington

4-3

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

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SEASON SINGLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Daniela Novakova Lisa Jackson 3. Pavla Mestarova 4. Marie Stepanova Klara Jagosova Monika Peciulionyte 7. Marketa Cizova Priscilla Parra Lisa Jackson 10. Ann Marie Lenze Jitka Vitrokova

W 29 29 28 25 25 25 24 24 24 22 22

L 9 10 6 9 10 13 4 9 13 8 8

Pct. .763 .744 .824 .735 .714 .658 .857 .727 .649 .733 .733

Year 2003-04 1998-99 2004-05 2001-02 2005-06 2003-04 2000-01 1999-00 1999-00 2002-03 2000-01

SEASON DOUBLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Lisa Jackson 2. Jennifer Goodwin Marketa Cizova Daniela Novakova 5. Whitney Gilliam 6. Lisa Jackson Daniela Novakova 8. Marketa Cizova 9. Marie Stepanova Simri van Rooyen Paula Mestarova

W 28 27 27 27 26 24 24 23 22 22 22

L 7 7 10 10 5 6 13 6 5 8 16

Pct. .800 .794 .730 .730 .839 .800 .649 .793 .815 .733 .579

Year 1998-99 1998-99 2003-04 2003-04 1998-99 2000-01 2004-05 2000-01 1998-99 2003-04 2004-05

SEASON SINGLES WINNING PCT. Rank Name 1. Maria Martinez-Romer 2. Marketa Cizova 3. Paula Mestarova 4. Daniela Novakova 5. Lisa Jackson 6. Marie Stepanova 7. Annemarie Lenze Jitka Vetrovkova 9. Priscilla Parra 10. Klara Jagosova

W 21 24 28 29 29 25 22 22 24 25

L 2 4 6 9 10 4 8 8 9 10

Pct. .913 .857 .824 .763 .744 .735 .733 .733 .727 .714

Year 2008-09 2000-01 2004-05 2003-04 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 2005-06

SEASON DOUBLES WINNING PCT. Rank Name 1. Whitney Gilliam 2. Marie Stepanova 3. Lisa Jackson Lisa Jackson 5. Jennifer Goodwin 6. Marketa Cizova 7. Simi Van Rooyen 8. Marketa Cizova Daniela Novakova 10. Marketa Cizova Monika Peciulionyte

W 26 22 28 24 27 23 22 27 27 21 21

L 5 5 7 6 7 6 8 10 10 8 8

Pct. .839 .815 .800 .800 .794 .793 .733 .730 .730 .724 .724

Year 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 2000-01 1998-99 2000-01 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 1999-00 2003-04

CAREER SINGLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Marketa Cizova 2. Marie Stepanova 3. Lisa Jackson Jitka Vetrovkova 5. Daniela Novakova 6. Monika Peciulionyte 7. Priscilla Parra 8. Anete Rozkalne 9. Evonne Allerkamp 10. Barbara Huijgen

W 91 74 71 71 70 67 62 54 44 40

L 43 49 33 36 43 41 36 41 26 29

Pct. .679 .602 .683 .664 .619 .620 .633 .568 .629 .580

Years 1999-04 1998-02 1998-01 2000-04 2003-07 2003-07 1998-02 2002-06 1993-96 1998-00

CAREER DOUBLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Marketa Cizova 2. Marie Stepanova 3. Lisa Jackson 4. Daniela Novakova 5. Monika Peciulionyte 6. Jitka Vetrovcova 7. Anete Rozkalne 8. Jennifer Goodwin 9. Whitney Gilliam 10. Noline van den Berg Barbara Huijgen

W 97 76 73 71 68 62 54 49 49 35 35

L 39 31 21 33 30 40 32 36 36 13 23

Pct. .713 .710 .777 .683 .694 .608 .628 .576 .576 .729 .603

Years 1999-04 1998-02 1998-01 2003-07 2003-07 2000-04 2002-06 1996-99 1997-00 1998-00 1988-00

CAREER SINGLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 50 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Lisa Jackson 71 2. Marketa Cizova 91 3. Jitka Vertovcova 71 4. Priscilla Parra 62 5. Evonne Allerkamp 44 6. Monika Peciulionyte 67 7. Daniela Novakova 70 8. Marie Stepanova 74 9. Barbara Huijgen 40 10. Anete Rozkalne 54

L 33 43 36 36 26 41 43 49 29 41

Pct. .683 .679 .664 .633 .629 .620 .619 .602 .580 .568

Years 1998-01 1999-04 2000-04 1998-02 1993-96 2003-07 2003-07 1998-02 1998-00 2002-06

CAREER DOUBLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 35 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Lisa Jackson 73 2. Noline van den Berg 35 3. Marketa Cizova 97 4. Marie Stepanova 76 5. Monika Peciulonyte 68 6. Daniela Novakova 71 7. Whitney Gilliam 44 8. Jitka Vetrovkova 62 9. Barbara Huijgen 35 10. Anete Rozkalne 54

L 21 13 39 31 30 33 26 40 23 41

Pct. .777 .729 .713 .710 .694 .683 .629 .608 .603 .568

Years 1998-01 1998-00 1999-04 1998-02 2003-07 2003-07 1997-00 2000-04 1998-00 2002-06

SEASON COMBINED VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Lisa Jackson 2. Daniela Novakova 3. Paula Mestarova 4. Marketa Cizova Simri van Rooyen 6. Marie Stepanova Monika Peciulionyte 8. Lisa Jackson Marketa Cizova Jennifer Goodwin

L 17 19 22 10 21 18 21 21 23 27

Pct. .770 .747 .694 .825 .691 .719 .687 .682 .662 .625

Year 1998-99 2003-04 2004-05 2000-01 2003-04 1998-99 2003-04 1999-00 2003-04 1998-99

SEASON COMBINED WINNING PCT. (MIN. 40 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Marketa Cizova 47 2. Lisa Jackson 57 3. Daniela Novakova 56 4. Lisa Jackson 42 5. Marie Stepanova 46 6. Marie Stepanova 42 7. Annemarie Lenze 43 8. Paula Mestarova 50 9. Simri van Rooyen 47 10. Marketa Cizova 42

L 10 17 19 16 18 17 18 22 21 19

Pct. .825 .770 .747 .724 .719 .712 .705 .694 .691 .689

Year 2001-02 1998-99 2003-04 2000-01 2001-02 1998-99 2002-03 2004-05 2003-04 1999-00

CAREER COMBINED VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Marketa Cizova 2. Marie Stepanova 3. Lisa Jackson 4. Monika Peciulionyte 5. Daniela Novakova 6. Jitka Vetrovkova 7. Anete Rozkalne 8. Jennifer Goodwin 9. Priscilla Parra 10. Evonne Allerkamp

L 82 80 54 71 76 76 73 91 53 50

Pct. .696 .652 .727 .655 .650 .636 .597 .492 .613 .606

Years 1999-04 1998-02 1998-01 2003-07 2003-07 2000-04 2002-06 1996-99 1998-02 1993-95

L 54 82 71 80 76 76 53 50 73 52

Pct. .727 .696 .655 .652 .650 .636 .613 .606 .597 .591

Years 1998-01 1999-04 2003-07 1998-02 2003-07 2000-04 1998-02 1993-95 2002-06 1998-00

W 57 56 50 47 47 46 46 45 45 45

W 188 150 144 135 141 133 108 88 84 77

CAREER COMBINED WINNING PCT. (MIN. 70 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Lisa Jackson 144 2. Marketa Cizova 188 3. Monika Peciulionyte 135 4. Marie Stepanova 150 5. Daniela Novakova 141 6. Jitka Vetrovkova 133 7. Priscilla Parra 84 8. Evonne Allerkamp 77 9. Anete Rozkalne 108 10. Barbara Huijgen 75

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1995-96 Season; 14-9 Record Evonne Allerkamp SLC First Team Singles 1999-00 Season; 17-7 Record Lisa Jackson SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Marie Stepanova SLC First Team Doubles Noline van den Berg SLC First Team Doubles Jennifer Goodwin SLC First Team Doubles 2000-01 Season; 17-5 Record Lisa Jackson SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Marketa Cizova SLC First Team Doubles SLC Second Team Singles Marie Stepanova SLC First Team Singles Noline van den Berg SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Barbara Huijgen SLC Second Team Doubles 2001-02 Season; 16-7 Record Lisa Jackson SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Gwendolyn Behrendt SLC Freshman of the Year SLC First Team Doubles SLC Second Team Singles

Nadine Dressler SLC Newcomer of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Carolin Schappacher SLC Freshman of the Year SLC Second Team Singles Marie Stepanova SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Katherine Warren SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Priscilla Parra SLC First Team Singles Jitka Vetrovcova SLC Second Team Doubles Christian Wassmer SLC Coach of the Year 2003-04 Season; 12-9 Record Annemarie Lenz SLC Newcomer of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Anete Rozkalne SLC Freshman of the Year SLC Second Team Doubles Jitka Vetrocova SLC Second Team Singles 2004-05 Season; 18-7 Record Daniela Novakova SLC Freshman of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Marketa Cizova SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Marie Stepanova SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Simirvan Rooyen SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Marketa Cizova SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Monika Peciulionye SLC First Team Doubles

Jitka Vetrovcova SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Ana Lukner SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Christian Wassmer SLC Coach of the Year 2002-03 Season; 14-8 Record Marketa Cizova

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Monika Peciulionyte SLC First Team Singles Christian Wassmer SLC Coach of the Year 2006-07 Season’ 12-9 Record Monika Peciulionyte SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Simri van Rooyen SLC First Team Doubles Marissa Brown SLC First Team Doubles Klara Jagosova SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Daniela Novakova SLC First Team Doubles 2007-08 Season; 7-12 Record Daiana Negreanu SLC Newcomer of the Year Monika Hadvigerova SLC Second Team Singles 2008-09 Season; 17-7 Record Nikola Matovivoa SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Katarina Mlcochova SLC Second Team Singles Maria Martinez-Romer SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Diego Benitez SLC Coach of the Year

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Priscilla Parra SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles

2009-10 Season; 12-7 Record Daiana Negreanu SLC First Team Singles Maria Martinez-Romero SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Nikola Matovivoa SLC Second Team Doubles

Anete Rozkalne SLC First Team Doubles Jitka Vetrovcova SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Christian Wassmer SLC Coach of the Year 2005-06 Season; 14-9 Record Pavla Mesterova SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Team Standings (Standings from 1983-1989 were bases on individual points accumulated from regular-season round robin tournament play points combines) 1983 - Lamar 22, Louisiana-Monroe 20, Louisiana-Lafayette 10, Arkansas State 6, McNeese State 4, UT Arlington 0. 1984 - Louisiana-Monroe 40, Lamar 37, McNeese State 9, North Texas 6, LouisianaLafayette 4, Arkansas State 4, UT Arlington 0. 1985- Lamar 42, Louisiana-Lafayette 39, Arkansas State 7, North Texas 4, LouisianaLafayette 3, UT Arlington 2, McNeese State 1. 1986 - Louisiana-Lafayette 28, LouisianaMonroe 25, Lamar 22, McNeese State 19, Arkansas State 2, North Texas 1, UT Arlington 0. 1987 - Louisiana-Lafayette 27, Lamar 22, Louisiana-Monroe 12, Arkansas State 8, North Texas 6, McNeese State 6, UT Arlington 0. 1988 - Texas State 50, Northwestern State 40, Louisiana-Monroe 27, North Texas 25, Sam Houston State 11. 1989 - Texas State 50, Northwestern State 50, Louisiana-Monroe 17, North Texas 17. 1990 2/22 McMurry W 7-2 2/23 Texas Wesleyan W 6-3 3/10 Abilene Christian L 9-0 3/17 UTEP L 6-0 3/30 Central State (Okla.) L 9-0 3/31 La.-Monroe L 9-0 4/1 *NWST L 9-0 4/3 Texas Woman’s L 7-2 4/4 Hardin-Simmons L 6-3 4/7 1-vs. SE OK. St. L 6-3 4/7 1-at Texas Women’s L 4-2 4/10 *North Texas L 9-0 4/12 *at Sam Houston St. L 9-0 4/13 *at Texas State L 9-0 4/14 vs. UT-Pan American L 9-0 1 – Texas Women’s Invitational, Denton, TX 1991 2/15 Sam Houston State L 2/17 Texas Woman’s L 2/17 Oral Roberts L 2/21 UT-Tyler W 2/22 Texas Wesleyan W 3/1 1-vs. Wichita State L 3/1 1-vs. Ark.-Little Rock L 3/2 1-vs. Cameron L 3/7 at Tulsa L 3/11 Central State (Okla.) W 3/15 at UTEP L 3/19 *Sam Houston State L 3/20 *Texas State L 3/21 at Texas Women’s W 3/22 Cameron L 3/23 *at North Texas L 3/26 at Centenary L 3/30 *at NWST L 4/3 at La.-Lafayette L 4/4 Texas Wesleyan W 4/5 *at La.-Monroe L 1 – UT-Tyler Invitational, Tyler, TX

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

1992-94 not available 1995 2/3 1-vs. Oklahoma City 2/4 1-at Texas Tech 2/4 1-vs. UTEP 2/7 North Central JC

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2/8 at TCU L 9-0 2/16 at Baylor L 6-0 2/17 vs. Tulane L 5-3 2/22 at Calif.-Irvine W 7-2 2/24 at CA State-Fullerton W 7-1 2/26 at Long Beach State W 7-2 3/9 at Lamar W 6-3 3/11 *at NWST W 8-1 3/12 *at La.-Monroe L 6-3 3/18 *Nicholls State L 9-0 3/19 *McNeese State W 8-1 3/25 *Texas State W 7-2 3/26 *Texas-San Antonio L 5-4 4/1 *at North Texas W 5-4 4/8 *at SFA W 8-1 4/9 *at Sam Houston St. W 7-2 4/21 2-vs. Texas State W 5-3 4/22 2-vs. Nicholls State L 5-0 1 – Texas Tech Invitational, Lubbock, TX 2 – SLC Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 1996 2/11 UT-Pan American 2/13 TCU 2/16 Texas Tech 2/17 Memphis 2/20 Baylor 2/21 LSU 2/23 Lamar 3/9 *at Nicholls State 3/10 *at McNeese State 3/13 *North Texas 3/16 *at Texas State 3/17 *at UT-San Antonio 3/21 at Long Beach State 3/23 at CA. St.-Fullerton 3/24 at Calif.-Irvine 3/30 *Stephen F. Austin 3/31 *Sam Houston St. 4/5 *at NWST State 4/6 *La.-Monroe

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

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

1997 2/1 at TCU 2/2 UT-Pan American 2/6 at Lamar 2/8 at Southern 2/10 at LSU 2/23 at SMU 3/5 Tarleton State 3/7 Arkansas State 3/8 *McNeese State 3/9 *Nicholls State 3/20 at Louisiana Tech 3/21 at Centenary 3/22 *at La.-Monroe 3/23 *at NWST 3/25 DePaul 4/5 *UT-San Antonio 4/6 *Texas State 4/12 *at Sam Houston St. 4/13 *at SFA

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

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

1998 1/30 SMU 2/1 UT-Pan American 2/1 Centenary 2/7 at Baylor 2/15 Lamar 2/17 LSU 2/18 TCU 2/27 Ark.-Little Rock 3/6 *at Texas State 3/18 Louisville 3/21 *Sam Houston St. 3/24 *La.-Monroe 3/28 *at Nicholls State 3/29 *at SE Louisiana 3/30 *NWST 4/4 *McNeese State

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

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

4/5 *SFA 4/9 La.-Lafayette 4/10 *at UT-San Antonio

W L L

5-4 8-1 7-2

1999 1/23 at Baylor L 1/30 UT-Pan American W 2/5 at Houston L 2/6 at Rice L 2/10 at SMU W 2/14 Tulane L 2/21 Oklahoma State L 2/23 at TCU L 3/6 *Nicholls State W 3/7 *SE Louisiana W 3/9 *at Sam Houston St. W 3/13 *at McNeese State W 3/14 *at Lamar W 3/15 La.-Lafayette W 3/16 at Louisiana Tech W 3/27 *UT-San Antonio W 3/28 *Texas State W 4/2 *at La.-Monroe W 4/3 *at NWST W 4/7 North Texas W 4/11 *at SFA W 4/16 1-Nicholls State W 4/17 1-UT-San Antonio W 5/15 2-at Texas L 1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 2 – NCAA Regional, Austin, TX

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

1999 1/23 at Baylor L 1/30 UT-Pan American W 2/5 at Houston L 2/6 at Rice L 2/10 at SMU W 2/14 Tulane L 2/21 Oklahoma State L 2/23 at TCU L 3/6 *Nicholls State W 3/7 *SE Louisiana W 3/9 *at Sam Houston St. W 3/13 *at McNeese State W 3/14 *at Lamar W 3/15 La.-Lafayette W 3/16 at Louisiana Tech W 3/27 *UT-San Antonio W 3/28 *Texas State W 4/2 *at La.-Monroe W 4/3 *at NWST W 4/7 North Texas W 4/11 *at SFA W 4/16 1-Nicholls State W 4/17 1-UT-San Antonio W 5/15 2-at Texas L 1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 2 – NCAA Regional, Austin, TX

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

2000 1/30 Calif. Poly.-SLO 2/6 La.-Lafayette 2/8 TCU 2/12 at Oklahoma 2/13 at Oklahoma State 2/19 *at Sam Houston St. 2/26 Ark.-Little Rock 2/29 at North Texas 3/4 *NWST 3/5 *La.-Monroe 3/11 *at Texas State 3/12 *at UT-San Antonio 3/25 *Lamar 3/26 *McNeese State 3/31 at Tulane 4/1 *at SE Louisiana 4/2 *at Nicholls State 4/4 SMU 4/8 *Stephen F. Austin

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

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5-0 5-1 5-0

6-1 5-2 5-2 4-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 7-0 7-0 5-2 7-0 6-1 7-0 6-1 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 5-2 4-0 4-0 4-0

2002 2/2 at Arkansas L 2/9 at Texas Tech L 2/22 at Oklahoma State L 2/23 vs. Boise State L 2/24 at Tulsa L 3/8 at Tulane L 3/9 *at SE Louisiana W 3/10 *at Nicholls State W 3/13 at North Texas W 3/16 *La.-Monroe W 3/17 *NWST W 3/23 *at Texas State W 3/24 *at UT-San Antonio W 3/27 SMU W 3/30 at UT-Pan American W 4/2 *at Sam Houston St. W 4/6 *McNeese State W 4/8 TCU L 4/13 *Stephen F. Austin W 4/14 *Lamar W 4/27 1-vs. McNeese State W 4/28 1-at UT-San Antonio L 1 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX

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

2003 2/7 at SMU L 2/22 at Arkansas L 3/1 La.-Lafayette W 3/2 Oklahoma State L 3/8 Tulane L 3/11 *at Sam Houston St. W 3/15 *SFA W 3/19 Texas Tech W 3/20 Marshall W 3/22 *at Lamar W 3/23 *at McNeese State W 3/26 at TCU L 3/29 *SE Louisiana W 3/30 *Nicholls State W 4/4 Rice L 4/5 *at La.-Monroe L 4/6 *at NWST W 4/12 *Texas State W 4/13 *UT-San Antonio L 4/25 1-NWST W 4/26 1-La.-Monroe L 1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX

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

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

2006 2/03 Arizona (59) L 6-1 2/11 at Missouri State L 3-4 2/11 vs. Oklahoma State L 1-4 2/14 at Baylor (10) L 2-5 3/04 at Rice (57) L 2-5 3/05 at Houston (70) L 3-4 3/07 at Sam Houston St.* W 4-3 3/11 at SE Louisiana* L 3-4 3/12 at Nicholls State* W 7-0 3/17 Columbia W 5-2 3/19 NWST* W 7-0 3/25 at Texas State* W 6-1 3/26 at UTSA* W 6-1 4/1 McNeese State* W 6-1 4/7 LA-Lafayette (66) W 5-2 4/8 Stephen F. Austin* W 6-1 4/12 North Texas W 7-0 4/15 vs. LA-Monroe* W 4-3 4/23 TCU (16) L 0-4 4/29 1-vs. Lamar W 4-2 4/30 1-vs. SE Louisiana L 3-4 1 - SLC Tournament, Arlington and Ennis, TX 4/15 match played at Shreveport, La. * Southland Conference match () denotes ranking at time of playing 2007 1/30 North Texas 2/02 #44 Tulsa

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2/03 #61 Oklahoma State L 3/1 Central Arkansas* W 3/2 Nortwestern State* L 3/7 Lamar* L 3/9 McNeese State* W 3/12 Southern Illinois W 3/21 Marquette L 3/23 #64 Rice L 2/29 Sam Houston State* L 3/30 Stephen F. Austin* W 4/05 Texas-San Antonio* L 4/06 TAMUCC W 4/11 Arkansas State L 4/12 SE Louisiana* L 4/13 Nicholls State* W 4/19 Texas State* W 4/25 Lamar L 1 - SLC Tournament, Nacogodoches, TX 2008 1/23 at Arkansas W 1/24 at UALR W 1/31 at Rice University L 2/13 MEMPHIS W 2/15 SMU L 2/28 at Central Arkansas* W 3/1 at Northwestern State* W 3/7 MCNEESE STATE* W 3/8 LAMAR* W 3/10 #42 Yale L 3/14 TEXAS STATE* W 3/18 at Univ. of San Diego L 3/20 vs. Univ. of New Mexico L 3/21 vs. New Mexico L 3/28 at Sam Houston State* W 3/29 at Stephen F. Austin* W 4/4 at SE Louisiana* W 4/5 at Nicholls State* W 4/8 TAMU-CC* W 4/11 UTSA* W 4/24 Stephen F. Austin% W 4/25 Northwestern State% W 4/26 vs. UTSA% W 5/9 at #4 Baylor! L % - SLC Tournament, Corpus Christi, TX ! - NCAA Regionals, Waco, TX 2009 1/22 Texas Tech L 1/23 Univ. of New Mexico W 2/6 Old Dominion L 2/27 SE LOUISIANA* W 2/28 NICHOLLS* W 3/6 at UTSA* W 3/7 A&M-Corpus Christi * W 3/13 at Texas State* W 3/24 at North Texas L 3/27 at McNeese State* W 3/28 at Lamar* W 4/2 SAM HOUSTON ST.* W 4/3 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* W 4/8 LA-Lafayette L 4/10 NWST* L 4/11 CENTRAL ARK.* W 4/23 SE Louisiana% W 4/24 Texas State% W 4/25 NWST% L % - SLC Tournament, Corpus Christi, TX

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

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

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2001 2/3 at Houston W 2/4 at Rice L 2/8 Tulane L 2/10 Oklahoma State L 2/15 at SMU L 2/17 at Arkansas L 2/25 New Mexico State W 3/3 *Nicholls State W 3/6 *Sam Houston St. W 3/9 at La.-Lafayette W 3/10 *at McNeese State W 3/11 *at SFA W 3/24 *Texas State W 3/25 *UT-San Antonio W 3/31 *at NWST W 4/1 *at La.-Monroe W 4/4 *Lamar W 4/6 North Texas W 4/14 *SE Louisiana W 4/19 at TCU L 4/21 1-vs. SE Louisiana W 4/22 1-at UT-San Antonio W 5/12 2-at Baylor L 1 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX 2 – NCAA Regionals, Waco, Texas

2/1 at Tulane L 2/7 vs. Ala.-Birmingham W 2/7 at Houston W 2/14 at Oklahoma State L 2/15 at Tulsa L 2/21 Arkansas State W 2/28 Missouri State W 2/28 Centenary W 3/6 *NWST W 3/7 *La.-Monroe W 3/10 at Baylor L 3/13 *at UTSA W 3/14 *at Texas State W 3/20 *at Sam Houston St. W 3/27 *Lamar W 3/28 *McNeese State W 3/30 *at SFA W 4/3 *at SE Louisiana W 4/4 *at Nicholls State W 4/7 TCU L 4/9 SMU L 4/13 North Texas W 4/25 1-vs. UTSA W 4/26 1-at McNeese State W 5/15 2-at Texas L 1 – SLC Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 2 – NCAA Regional, Austin, Texas 2005 2/10 at TCU L 2/12 Oklahoma State L 2/27 at Baylor L 3/5 *Nicholls State W 3/5 Missouri State W 3/6 *SE Louisiana W 3/11 *at SFA W 3/12 *at McNeese State W 3/19 *Lamar W 3/22 Kansas State L 3/22 *Sam Houston St. W 3/24 Marquette W 3/26 La.-Lafayette W 4/1 Houston L 4/2 *Texas State W 4/3 *UT-San Antonio W 4/7 at SMU L 4/9 *at NWST W 4/10 *at La.-Monroe W 4/12 at North Texas L 4/17 at Tulane L 4/29 1-vs. SHSU W 4/30 1-vs. SE Louisiana L 1 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX

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-AAAAlkan, Senem Allerkamp, Evonne

97-98 93-96

-BBBBehrendt, Gwen Bertram, Erika Blevins, Bonnye Bowlin, Jessica Brock,Michelle Brown, Marissa

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84-85 89-90 97-98 90-94 89-91 99-02, 03-04

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00-01 94-95 90-91 01-02 96-97

-FFFFelix-Garcia, Silvia Foster, Natalie Fredorick, Tracey

97-98 96-97 80-81

-GGGGemmel, Jenny Gilliam, Whitney Gochnour, Kara Goldshuv, Ella Goodwin, Jennifer Green, Michelle

83-84 97-00 95-96 02-03 96-99 83-84

-HHHHach, Gretel Hadvigerova, Monika Hartman, Laura Hibben, Mitzi Hollowell, Karen Huijgen, Barbara

02-05 0798-00 83-84 83-84 98-00

-IIIIsom, Janan

91-94

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98-01 05-09 84-85 94-96

-KKKKim, Nancy Klenfeldt, Clara Knutson, Katie

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97-98 89-90 98-02 03-07 05-09 89-90 94-95

-RRRRiska, Melanie Robison, Jennifer Romero-Martinez, Maria Royal, Michelle Rozkalne, Anete Rudden, Casey

84-85 95-96 0894-95 02-06 93-94

-SSSScarbrough, Vivian Schappacher, Carolin Serrano, Jennifer Shepard, Jessica Smith, Allison Smoke, Susan Solcova, Magda Soriano, Michelle Sorlie, Amy Stepanova, Marie Strait, Sarah

95-96 01-02 97-98 03-05 83-84 84-85 95-97 89-92 97-00 98-02 95-96

-TTTTran, Susan Turkova, Jana

83-85 94-96

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83-84 97-98 96-97

Van den Berg, Noline van Rooyen, Simri Vandiver, Tara Vetrovcova, Jitka

89-91 99-00 02-03 00-01

Walters, Peggy Ward, Lora Warren, Katherine White, Laurie

98-00 03-07 91-95 00-04

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-LLLLeblond, Lisa Lenk, Monika Lenze, Annemarie Lukner, Ana

93-94 94-96

-PPPPalmer, Jennifer Parker, Lori Parra, Priscilla Peciulionyte, Monika Pesic, Sara Phillips, Wanda

-JJJJackson, Lisa Jagosova, Klara Janovsky, Carolyn Jordan, Vicki

89-91 0703-07

Olivares, Patricia Orangi, Adele

-DDDDalby, Leanne Damjanovic, Ana Doeung, Leakhena Dressler, Nadine Durova, Petra

96-97 0883-84 95-96 91-95 04-05 0880-81 91-92 96-97

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Marikova, Lucie Matovivoa, Nikola McClain, Bobbi McKibbens, Merridy Medina, Dawn Mestrova, Pavla Mlcochova, Katarina Miles, Patricia Morris, Jennifer Moss, Lanette

84-85 96-00 01-03 80-81

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BRIEUC HAMON Senior Noirville, France (St. Marie HS)

2009-10 [Junior]

Named SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 9)… Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… finished with an 8-12 overall mark… won 6 his 12 matches at the No. 3 position… had three doubles partners during the season but recorded most of his victories with teammate Yakauleu… the duo collected a 9-9 mark, going 3-2 in conference play at the No. 2 position… posted an 8-3 doubles win in match two of the SLC Tournament over UTPA.

2008-09 [Sophomore]

Named SLC Player of the Week on one occasion… named to the Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… recorded five wins in singles action and went 9-13 in doubles competition with teammates Adam Srkala and Gonzalo Bienzobas… won four straight singles matches at the No. 2 and 3 positions.

2007-08 [Freshman]

Hamon finished with 16 victories in both singles’ and doubles’ competition... collected All-SLC first team singles honors at the No. 4 position.. posted a 12-10 overall record in singles’ action, including five wins in league play at the No. 4 position... captured six consecutive matches in singles’ competition at the No. 4 position against No. 75 A&M-Corpus Christi, Columbia, UTSA, Texas-Pan American, SE Louisiana and Lamar... biggest win came against No.7 Texas in a three-set triumph of 3-6, 6-3, and 1-0... handed Laurent Montoisy and James Langford of No. 75 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi an 8-6 setback.

Off the Court

Hamon is the son of Andre and Maryse Hamon... born on March 22, 1988... has four sisters and one brother... majoring in management. CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 --1-4 --1-4

DOUBLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 2 2-1 4-10 --4-17 --8-9 2-1 16-36

2 --1-1 2-0 3-1

3 4 1-1 11-7 3-9 --6-11 0-1 10-21 11-8 3 3-2 --1-1 4-3

5 ---------

Dual 9-13 4-17 9-11 22-41

6 ---------

Dual 12-8 5-14 8-12 25-34

Overall 12-8 5-14 8-12 25-34

Overall 9-13 4-17 9-11 22-41

Honors & Awards

2010 - SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 9) Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2009 - SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 3) Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2008 - All-SLC First Team Singles

Prior to UTA

Was named the 2005 and 2006 Normandie Tennis Champion and appeared in championship of France on two occasions and lost in the second round.

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2009-10 [Sophomore]

Celedinas finished the season with 10-6 singles and 11-10 doubles record… named SLC Player of the Week (Apr.13)… Capital One Bank/ Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… helped the Mavericks to a SLC regular season title and the No. 1 seed in the SLC Tournament… finished 3-1 in league play… recorded a 9-6 mark at the No. 2 spot and a 1-0 record at the No. 1 position… won five of his last 10 singles matches… paired up with senior Dmitry Minkin at the No. 1 doubles spot where the duo registered a 11-10 record… the tandem went 5-5 in their last 10 matches… won four straight singles matches prior to the SLC Tournament.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Only the third Maverick in men’s tennis history to be named SLC Freshman of the Year, Celedinas led team with the most singles wins (12) and tied in doubles (12)… named to the All-SLC singles second team… earned SLC Player of the Week honors on one occasion… started off at the No. 3 position and later moved to the No. 1 spot where he recorded an 8-7 mark… went 4-3 in conference action… recorded a three-set win against No. 75 University of New Orleans… paired with Dmitry Minkin, the duo won their first six matches and finished the season with a 12-9 record… the tandem posted victories over nationally-ranked University of New Orleans and Baylor.

Prior To UTA

Ranked one of the top-20 players in the 14 & Under division... ranked one of the top-60 players in the 16 & Under division... was the Lithuania champion... in 2002 was ranked one of the top-4 players in Lithuania... won Baltic State 14 & Under Championship... in 2004 was Europe’s Champion in the 14 & Under Division... was the Baltic States Champion and the European Champion... was the summer’s and winter’s Lithuania champion.

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Celedinas is the son of Darius Celedinas and Nijole Celediniene... born on January 23, 1989... majoring in spanish. CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 --1-4 --1-4

DOUBLES Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 2-1 ----2-1

2 --1-1 2-0 3-1

3 4 1-1 11-7 3-9 --6-11 0-1 10-21 11-8

2 4-10 4-17 8-9 16-36

3 3-2 --1-1 4-3

5 ---------

Dual 9-13 4-17 9-11 22-41

6 ---------

Dual 12-8 5-14 8-12 25-34

Overall 12-8 5-14 8-12 25-34

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Overall 9-13 4-17 9-11 22-41

Honors & Awards

2010 - SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 9) Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2009 - SLC Player of the Week (Mar. 3) Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2008 - All-SLC First Team Singles

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DAVID SUBIRATS Junior - 5-8 Barcelona, Spain Schiller International School

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Named to the All-SLC singles second team… named SLC Player of the Week (Feb. 23)… Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… finished 10-11 overall in singles action… partnered with Giacomo Sano and Gonzalo Bienzobas in doubles play… recorded a 4-4 mark with teammate Sano at the No. 3 position… registered a three-set win in the opening match of the SLC Tournament over Andrew Irving of UTPA… won three straight conference matches prior to the SLC Tournament.

2008-2009 [Freshman]

Named All-SLC Singles Second Team... named to the Capital One Bank/ SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...finished the season with a combined 15 wins including a 9-8 singles record... won three straight singles matches against Centenary College, UTSA and UC Santa Barbara at the No. 5 position... paired with Gonzalo Bienzobas, the duo won their first four matches including an 8-3 win against No. 75 University of New Oreleans.

Off the Court

Subirats is the son of Antonio Subirats and Montserrat Altes... born on August 26, 1989... has two brothers - Eric and Albert... majoring in sports management

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CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

2 --0-2 0-2

3 1-2 2-0 3-2

DOUBLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

2 0-1 1-1 1-1

3 6-10 3-3 9-13

4 2-3 4-4 6-7

5 5-2 4-5 9-7

Dual 6-10 4-5 10-15

6 Dual Overall 1-1 9-8 9-8 -- 10-11 10-11 1-1 19-19 19-19 Overall 6-10 4-5 10-15

Honors & Awards

2010 - SLC All-SLC Singles Second Team SLC Player of the Week (Feb. 23) SLC All-Academic Second Team Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2009 - All-SLC Singles Second Team Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

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JASON LATEKO

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Named to the All-SLC singles second team after registering a 6-9 overall and 3-2 conference mark... recorded five of his six victories at the No. 6 spot... collected a 6-3, 6-3 win over UTPA’s Nirvick Mohinta that helped clinch a SLC regular season title.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Saw limited playing time during his first season... finished with a 4-5 singles record and a 4-2 doubles mark... named to the Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... collected his first collegiate win against Tulsa at the No. 6 position... paired with Gonzalo Bienzobas, the duo won four straight matches at the No. 2 and 3 flights.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

2 -------

3 -------

4 1-1 1-0 2-1

5 1-3 --1-3

DOUBLES Year 2008-09 2009-10 Career

1 -------

2 3-1 --3-1

3 1-1 1-1 2-2

Dual 4-2 1-1 5-3

Overall 4-2 1-1 5-3

6 2-1 5-9 7-10

Dual Overall 4-5 4-5 6-9 6-9 10-14 10-14

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Bowie

During his prep career, Lateko was a 2006 Mixed doubles Texas State Champion... selected as the Tennis Player of the Year in 2006... collected third place laurels in 2007 in mixed doubles at the Texas State Championship... complied a 90-3 overall record in his four-year career... finished the 2007-08 campaign with an 8-7 overall record and ranked 221 in the nation.

Off the Court

Lateko is the son of Jay and Julie Lateko... born on October 25, 1989... has one brother-Kevin... majoring in economics.

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GIACOMO SANO Sophomore Maracay, Venezuela (U.E.P. El Araguaney)

2009-10 [Freshman]

Competed in three singles matches where he finished with a 2-3 overall record at the No. 6 position... Partnered up with both Brieuc Hamon and David Subirats for doubles action... recorded a 4-4 mark with Subirats playing at the No. 2 and 3 spot.

U.E.P. “El Araguaney”

Ranked 20th in the national rankings... finished first in his class academically.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2009-10 Career

1 -----

2 -----

DOUBLES Year 2009-10 Career

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2 3 Dual Overall 1-1 3-3 4-4 4-4 1-1 3-3 4-4 4-4

3 -----

4 -----

5 -----

6 2-3 2-3

Dual Overall 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3

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Sano is the son of Salvatore and Mareijara Parra de Sano... born on March 7, 1991... has one brother (Domenico)... majoring in finance.

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YAUHENI YAKAULEU

2009-10 [Freshman]

Named to the All-SLC doubles second team... named SLC Player of the Week (Apr. 20)... Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient... finished his first season with a 15-6 overall record including a perfect 5-0 mark in league play... picked up a 9-1 record at the No. 5 position, a 1-2 mark at the No. 3 spot and 5-3 record playing at the No. 5 position... had three partners during doubles competition but earned his best record with teammate Brieuc Hamon... the duo notched a 9-9 overall mark, including a 3-2 record in conference action... won five of his last six singles matches... 13 of his 15 victories were in straight sets.

CAREER STATISTICS SINGLES Year 2009-10 Career

1 -----

2 -----

DOUBLES Year 2009-10 Career

1 -----

2 3 Dual Overall 8-11 1-1 9-12 9-12 8-11 1-1 9-12 9-12

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

Dual Overall 15-6 15-6 15-6 15-6

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Sophomore Minsk, Belarus (Minsk Gymnasium)

Off the Court

Yakauleu is the son of Alexey and Galina Yakauleu... born on March 10, 1991... has one sister- Alexandr Yakauleu... majoring in international business.

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ERIK HJERTONSSON Freshman - 6-0 Gothenburg, Sweden

PRIOR TO UTA Hjertonsson joins the Mavericks from Gotenberg, Sweden where he was consistently ranked a top-25 junior in the boys 16’s and 18’s, reaching as high as No. 12 and No. 3 in his district... also competed in ITF Junior tournaments in Sweden and achieved a men’s national ranking of 102.

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OFF THE COURT Hjertonsson is the son of Hans and Eva... born August 18, 1991... has one brother-Tom and one sister-Tove... majoring in engineering.

LUCAS LEPPIN Freshman - 6-3 Hamburg, Germany Hausa Gymnasium Bergdorf

PRIOR TO UTA Leppin was ranked No. 1 in Germany in the boys 14’s then was consistently ranked in the top-10 boys 16’s... achieved a men’s national ranking of 230 and won the Northern German Championships in doubles and singles as a junior... played in the German 14’s Under National Team in the summer and winter cup. OFF THE COURT Leppin is the son of Thilo and Brigitta... born March 11, 1991... has two sisters-Saskia and Alwina... majoring in business.

NICOLAS MORENO Freshman - 6-4 Santa Clara, CA Colegio Aleman-Deutsce Schule Cali PRIOR TO UTA Moreno a native of Santa Clara, CA participated in category 14U and 16U in Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador... captured the ITF G5 in doubles in Cali, Colombia and semifinals in ITF G5 in Bogota, Colombia... was a runner-up at the National “Interstate Team” Tournament in 2010 where he represented the state of “Valle del Cauca”... named Athlete of the Year twice (2009, 2010) at “Colegio Aleman-Deutsche Schule Cali”. OFF THE COURT Moreno is the son of Enrique Moreno and Andrea Peiskev... born September 17, 1991... has one brother - Juliana and one sister -Cristina Moreno... majoring in business.

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CONFERENCE HONORS S O U T H L A N D C O N F E R E N C E AWA R D S & H O N O R S REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS

TEAM REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS

1995................................................................................UT Arlington 1998................................................................................UT Arlington 1999................................................................................UT Arlington 2000................................................................................UT Arlington 2002................................................................................UT Arlington 2003................................................................................UT Arlington 2006................................................................................UT Arlington 2010................................................................................UT Arlington

Louisiana-Monroe* ........................................................................11 Trinity* ..................................................................................................8 UT Arlington .......................................................................................8 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .............................................................6 Lamar ....................................................................................................5 Louisiana-Lafayette* .......................................................................5 McNeese State ...................................................................................2 Louisiana Tech* .................................................................................2 North Texas* .......................................................................................1 Southeastern Louisiana..................................................................1 UTSA ......................................................................................................1 Texas State ..........................................................................................1 * No longer competes in SLC

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SLC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1990.................................................................................... Will Angus 1997......................................................................... Christian Jaeger 1998......................................................................... Christian Jaeger 1999......................................................................... Christian Jaeger 2000.................................................................................. Andy Leber 2001.................................................................................. Andy Leber 2002.................................................................................. Andy Leber 2004.................................................................................David Corrie

SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

SLC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS UT Arlington .......................................................................................6 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .............................................................5 Louisiana-Monroe ............................................................................2 UTSA ......................................................................................................2

2002...............................................................................Javier Carrillo 2003......................................................................Nathan McGregor 2005.................................................................................Alberto Agis 2007.............................................................................Dmitry Minkin

SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001.................................................................................David Corrie 2005...............................................................................Diego Matter 2009...............................................................Mindaugas Celedinas

SLC COACH OF THE YEAR 1989................................................................................ Carlos Torres 1995....................................................................................Pat Dubois 1996....................................................................................Pat Dubois 1997....................................................................................Pat Dubois 1998....................................................................................Pat Dubois 1999....................................................................................Pat Dubois 2000....................................................................................Pat Dubois 2002....................................................................................Pat Dubois

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS University UT Arligton Texas State Nicholls State Louisiana Monroe* McNeese State UTSA Northwestern State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin

Yrs. 1 3 3 1 2 2 3 1 1

W 2 5 3 1 1 0 0 1 0

L 2 6 6 2 4 4 6 2 2

Pct. .500 .455 .333 .333 .200 .000 .000 .333 .000

2001 (Fort Worth, Texas) First Round - at Texas Christian 4, UT Arlington 0 2002 (Austin, Texas) First Round - at Texas 4, UTSA 0 2003 (Waco, Texas) First Round - at Baylor 4, UT Arlington 3 2004 - Ineligible for NCAA automatic bid 2005 (Charlottesville, VA) First Round - Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4, William & Mary 2 Second Round - at Virginia 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 2006 (College Station, Texas) First Round - Texas A&M 4, UT Arlington 0 2007 (Austin, Texas) First Round - Boise State 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1 2008 (Austin, Texas) First Round - Texas 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0

Three-time SLC Player of the Year Christian Jaeger was the first tennis player in UTA history to be inducted to the Hall of Honor.

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2009 (College Station, Texas) First Round - Texas A&M 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0 2010 (Austin, Texas) First Round - Texas 4, UTSA 0

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Overall Games W-L

Pct.

2010 Southland Conference Awards All-Southland Conference First Team Singles

Team

W-L

Pct.

UT Arlington

4-1

.800

9-11

.450

1 - Aswin Vijayaragavan, UTPA

A&M-Corpus Christi

4-1

.800

10-13

.435

2 - Brett Bernstein, UTPA

UTSA

3-2

.600

13-10

.565

3 - Beau Bernstein, UTPA

Nicholls State

2-3

.400

14-6

.700

4 - Max Stratmann, UTSA

Texas Pan American

2-3

.400

9-11

.450

5 - Dmitry Kozionov, Nicholls

Lamar

0-5

.000

13-11

.542

6 - Jorge Delgado, UTSA

2010 Southland Conference Tournament Results Hosted by - Corpus Christi, Texas - HEB Tennis Center Friday - Sunday, April 23-25, 2010 Friday, March 23 Day 1 Match 1 - No. 4 Texas-Pan American 4, No. 5 Lamar 1 Saturday, March 24 Day 2 Match 2 - No. 2 UTSA 4, No. 3 Nicholls State 1 Match 3 - No. 1 UT Arlington 4, Texas-Pan American 3

2 - Aswin Vijayaragavan/Nirvick Mohinta, UTPA 3 - Eric Fisher/ Roy Knight, Nicholls All-Southland Conference Second Team Singles 1 - Dmitry Novikov, A&M-Corpus Christi 2 - Phenyo Matong, Nicholls 3 - Robert Raguz, A&M-Corpus Christi 4 - David Subirats, UT Arlington 5 - Marton Horvath, Lamar 6 - Jason Lateko, UT Arlington All-Southland Conference Second Team Doubles 1 - Beau Bernstein/Brett Bernstein, UTPA 2 - Brieuc Hamon/Yauheni Yakauleu, UT Arlington 3 - Marcus Dornauf/Andrew Irving, UTPA Player of the Year - Aswin Vijayaragavan, UTPA Freshman of the Year - Dmitry Kozionov, Nicholls Newcomer of the Year - Hannah Schwarz, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Coach of the Year - Steve Moore, A&M-Corpus Christi

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Sunday, March 24 Day 3 Championship Game Match 4 - No. 1 UT Arlington 4, No. 2 UTSA 0

All-Southland Conference First Team Doubles 1 - Dmitry Novikov/James Langford, A&M-Corpus Christ

Dmitry Minkin led the Mavericks to the SLC Tournament and past the first round after recording huge wins at the No. 1 singles spot.

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CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1964^ Trinity 60, Lamar 18, Abilene Christian 8, Arkansas State 0, UT Arlington 0. 1965^ Trinity 13, Lamar 7, UT Arlington 1, Abilene Christian 1, Arkansas State 0. 1966^ Trinity 12, Lamar 7, UT Arlington 1, Abilene Christian 1, Arkansas State 1. 1967^ Lamar 11, Trinity 7, UT Arlington 4, Arkansas State 0, Abilene Christian 0. 1968^ Trinity 17, Lamar 15, Arkansas State 4, UT Arlington 2, Abilene Christian 2. 1969^ Trinity 22, UT Arlington 6, Lamar 5, Abilene Christian 5, Arkansas 2. 1970$ Trinity 44, Lamar 24, Abilene Christian 11, Arkansas State 9, UT Arlington 9. 1971$ Trinity 46, Lamar 21, Abilene Christian 19, Arkansas State 10, UT Arlington 3. 1972$ Trinity 48, Lamar 36, Louisiana Tech 14, Arkansas State 10, Louisiana-Lafayette 9, Abilene Christian 9. 1973$ Lamar 49, Louisiana-Lafayette 33, Louisiana Tech 30, Arkansas State 18, Abilene Christian 15, McNeese State 4. 1974$ Lamar 46, Louisiana Tech 40, Louisiana-Lafayette 34, McNeese State 17, Arkansas State 8, UT Arlington 4. 1975$ Lamar 39, Louisiana-Lafayette 35, Louisiana Tech 27, Arkansas State 6, McNeese State 2. 1976$ Lamar 44, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana Tech 17, McNeese State 9, Arkansas State 1. 1977$ Louisiana-Lafayette 46, Lamar 43, Louisiana Tech 29, Arkansas State 12, McNeese State 2. 1978$ Louisiana-Lafayette 54, Louisiana Tech 38, Lamar 28, McNeese State 12, Arkansas State 6. 1979$ Louisiana-Lafayette 51, Louisiana Tech 37, Lamar 35, McNeese State 13, Arkansas State 0. 1980$ Louisiana Tech 42, Louisiana-Lafayette 41, Lamar 33, McNeese State 13, Arkansas State 0. 1981^ Louisiana-Lafayette 22. Louisiana Tech 18, Lamar 11, McNeese State 10, UT Arlington 2, Arkansas State 0. 1982$ Louisiana-Lafayette 82, Lamar 55, Louisiana Tech 44, McNeese State 41, UT Arlington 12, Arkansas State 0. 1983$ McNeese State 74, Louisiana-Monroe 63, North Texas 59, Lamar 48, Louisiana Tech 31, UT Arlington 10, Arkansas Tech 5. 1984$ Louisiana-Monroe 87, McNeese State 70, Lamar 54, Louisiana Tech 41, North Texas 20, UT Arlington 14, Arkansas State 2. 1985$ Louisiana-Monroe 98, McNeese State 61, Lamar 50, Louisiana Tech 46, North Texas 18, Arkansas State 14, UT Arlington 1. 1986$ Louisiana Tech 34, Louisiana-Monroe 27, McNeese State 24, Lamar 8, Arkansas State 4, North Texas 2, UT Arlington 0.

1987^ McNeese State 35, Louisiana-Monroe 35, North Texas 9, Lamar 5. 1988^ Louisiana-Monroe 48, McNeese State 45, Texas State 33, North Texas 19, UT Arlington 8. 1989^ Louisiana-Monroe 29, Texas State 29, UT Arlington 12, North Texas 11. 1990^ Louisiana-Monroe 41, Texas State 33, UT Arlington 21, North Texas 13. 1991^ North Texas 25, UT Arlington 24, Louisiana-Monroe 18, Texas State 14. 1992^ Louisiana-Monroe 37, North Texas 35, UT Arlington 30, Texas State 27, Texas-San Antonio 24. 1993^ Louisiana-Monroe 45, UT Arlington 29, Texas-San Antonio 25, Texas State 24, North Texas 10. 1994^ Louisiana-Monroe 43, UT Arlington 34, Texas-San Antonio 28, Texas State 24, North Texas 4. 1995% UT Arlington 20, Louisiana-Monroe 19, Texas State 15, Texas-San Antonio 12, North Texas 3. 1996 SLC UT Arlington 4-0 Louisiana-Monroe* 3-1 Texas State 2-2 Texas-San Antonio 1-3 North Texas 0-4

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .000

Overall 13-7 10-8 5-11 7-16 3-9

Pct. .650 .556 .313 .304 .250

1997^ Louisiana-Monroe 12, UT Arlington 11, Texas-San Antonio 5, Texas State 1. 1998 SLC Louisiana-Monroe 4-0 UT Arlington* 3-1 Texas-San Antonio 2-2 SE Louisiana 1-3 Texas State 0-4

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .000

Overall 17-8 12-10 7-12 5-13 2-13

Pct. .680 .545 .368 .278 .133

1999 SLC UT Arlington* 4-0 Louisiana-Monroe 3-1 Texas-San Antonio 2-2 SE Louisiana 1-3 Lamar 0-4

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .000

Overall 15-8 11-11 8-10 4-10 4-15

Pct. .652 .500 .444 .286 .211

2000 SLC UT Arlington* 4-0 Texas-San Antonio 3-1 Louisiana-Monroe 2-2 Lamar 1-3 SE Louisiana 0-4

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .000

Overall 15-8 8-13 7-16 5-18 5-10

Pct. .652 .381 .304 .217 .333

2001 SLC Texas-San Antonio 6-0 UT Arlington* 5-1 SE Louisiana 4-2 Texas-Pan American3-3 Louisiana-Monroe 2-4 Lamar 1-5 Centenary 0-6

Pct. 1.000 .833 .667 .500 .333 .167 .000

Overall 13-11 17-9 9-11 12-15 6-16 4-17 3-20

Pct. .542 .654 .450 .444 .273 .190 .130

2002 SLC UT Arlington 6-0 Texas-San Antonio*5-1 Louisiana-Monroe 4-2

Pct. 1.000 .833 .667

Overall 15-9 14-9 8-14

Pct. .625 .609 .363

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Overall 12-11 10-12 13-9 13-8 8-12 5-16

Pct. .522 .455 .591 .619 .400 .238

2004 SLC TAMU-CC* 5-0 UT Arlington 4-1 SE Louisiana 3-2 Texas-San Antonio 2-3 UTPA 1-4 Lamar 0-5

Pct. 1.000 .800 .600 .400 .200 .000

Overall 17-7 14-10 11-9 9-12 9-8 5-16

Pct. .708 .583 .550 .429 .529 .238

2005 SLC TAMU-CC* 6-0 UT Arlington 5-1 Texas-San Antonio 4-2 SE Louisiana 3-3 Lamar 2-4 UTPA 1-5 Nicholls State 0-6

Pct. 1.000 .833 .667 .500 .333 .167 .000

Overall 21-8 10-11 15-7 16-10 9-13 4-10 1-15

Pct. .724 .476 .682 .615 .409 .286 .063

2006 SLC TAMU-CC 5-1 SE Louisiana 5-1 UT Arlington* 5-1 Texas-San Antonio 3-3 Nicholls State 2-4 Lamar 1-5 UTPA 0-6

Pct. .833 .833 .833 .500 .333 .167 .00

Overall 10-12 16-4 13-7 9-12 4-13 3-15 1-9

Pct. .455 .800 .650 .429 .235 .167 .100

2007 SLC TAMU-CC* 6-0 UT-Arlington 4-2 SE Louisiana 3-3 Texas-San Antonio 3-3 Nicholls State 2-4 UTPA 2-4 Lamar 1-4

Pct. 1.000 .667 .500 .500 .333 .333 .200

Overall 14-6 9-13 18-9 12-12 12-8 .368 7-16

Pct. .700 .409 .667 .500 .600 7-12 .304

2008 TAMU-CC* UTPA UTSA UT Arlington SE Louisiana Nicholls State Lamar

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

Pct. 1.000 .667 .600 .500 .500 .167 .000

Overall 13-10 6-9 8-13 11-10 11-11 15-9 6-12

Pct. .565 .400 .381 .524 .500 .625 .333

2009 UT Arlington% TAMU-CC* UTSA* Nicholls State UTPA Lamar

SLC 4-1 4-1 3-2 2-3 2-3 0-5

Pct. .800 .800 .600 .400 .400 .000

Overall 9-11 10-13 13-10 14-6 9-11 13-11

Pct. .450 .435 .565 .700 .450 .542

TOURNAMENT RESULTS Date 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Site San Marcos, TX Arlington, TX Round Robin Monroe, La Arlington, TX Arlington, TX San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX Arlington, TX San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX Arlington, TX Nacogdoches, TX Corpus Christi, TX Corpus Christi, TX

Champion Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana-Monroe UT-Arlington UT-Arlington UT-Arlington UT-Arlington Texas-San Antonio UT-Arlington TAMU-CC TAMU-CC UT-Arlington TAMU-CC TAMU-Corpus Christi Texas-San Antonio

Runner-up UT-Arlington UT-Arlington UT-Arlington Louisiana-Monroe Texas-San Antonio Louisiana-Monroe Texas-San Antonio UT-Arlington Texas-San Antonio UT-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas-San Antonio Texas-San Antonio Nicholls State UT-Arlington

Score 4-1 4-2 ---4-2 4-0 4-0 4-0 4-3 4-3 4-0 4-0 4-2 4-3 4-0 4-0

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2003 SLC UT Arlington* 5-0 Texas-San Antonio 3-2 SE Louisiana 3-2 UTPA 3-2 Lamar 1-4 Centenary 0-5

^ - SLC Conference Tournament Totals Only $ - SLC Conference Tournament and Round Robin Points % - SLC Regular Season Points Only * - SLC Tournament Champion

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SEASON SINGLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Andy Leber 2. Christian Jaeger 3. David Corrie 4. Andy Leber 5. Andy Leber Edmundo Rincon 7. David Corrie 8. Sandy Farquharson 9. Niels Buksik Sandy Farquharson Per-Erik Karlsson Christian Jaeger

W 43 34 32 31 28 28 27 25 24 24 24 24

L 3 8 8 6 14 13 11 14 11 11 11 10

Pct. .935 .810 .800 .838 .666 .683 .711 .641 .686 .686 .686 .706

Year 2001-02 1996-97 2003-04 1999-00 2000-01 1991-92 2000-01 2004-05 2003-04 2003-04 1999-00 1995-96

SEASON DOUBLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. David Corrie 2. Andy Leber Ola Bentzen 4. David Corrie 5. David Corrie Javier Carillo Oscar Ochoa 8. Ola Bentzen Per-Erik Karlsson Tomasz Zarzeczny Eduardo Rincon

W 30 25 25 24 23 23 23 22 22 22 22

L 7 5 9 15 10 7 5 10 10 13 5

Pct. .811 .833 .738 .615 .697 .767 .821 .688 .688 .629 .815

Year 2001-02 2001-02 1999-00 2000-01 2003-04 2001-02 1991-92 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 1991-92

SEASON SINGLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 20 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 43 2. Andy Leber 31 3. Christian Jaeger 34 4. David Corrie 32 5. Sandy Farquharson 23 6. David Corrie 27 7. Christian Jaeger 24 8. Niels Buksik 24 Sandy Farquharson 24 Per-Erik Karlsson 24

L 3 6 8 8 9 11 10 11 11 11

Pct. .935 .838 .810 .800 .719 .711 .706 .686 .686 .686

Year 2001-02 1999-00 1996-97 2003-04 2005-06 2000-01 1995-96 2003-04 2003-04 1999-00

SEASON DOUBLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 20 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 25 2. Oscar Ochoa 23 3. Edmundo Rincon 22 4. David Corrie 30 5. Javier Carillo 23 6. Ola Bentzen 25 7. David Corrie 23 8. Ola Bentzen 22 Per-Erik Karlsson 22 10. Per-Erik Karlsson 21

L 5 5 5 7 7 9 10 10 10 10

Pct. .833 .821 .815 .811 .767 .735 .697 .688 .688 .677

Year 2001-02 1991-92 1991-92 2001-02 2001-02 1999-00 2003-04 2000-01 2000-01 1999-00

CAREER SINGLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Andy Leber 2. Christian Jaeger 3. David Corrie 4. Sandy Farquharson 5. Tomasz Zarzeczny 6. Per-Erik Karlsson 7. Alex Zesati 8. Ola Bentzen 9. Ian Vasquez 10. Niels Buksik

W 119 101 92 90 82 78 74 73 72 65

L 28 40 49 44 61 46 56 49 52 67

Pct. .810 .716 .648 .672 .573 .629 .569 .598 .581 .492

Years 1998-02 1995-96 2000-04 2002-06 1998-02 1997-01 1991-95 1998-02 2002-06 2002-06

CAREER DOUBLES VICTORIES Rank Name 1. David Corrie 2. Ola Bentzen 3. Andy Leber 4. Per-Erik Karlsson 5. Tomasz Zarzeczny 6. Christian Jaeger 7. Niels Buksik 8. Sandy Farquharson 9. Alon Goldshuv Mattias Larsson

W 94 81 79 69 65 58 58 52 46 46

L 43 42 29 46 57 40 55 57 60 36

Pct. .686 .658 .731 .600 .533 .592 .513 .477 .434 .561

Years 2000-04 1998-02 1998-02 1997-01 1998-02 1995-99 2002-06 2002-06 1999-03 1996-00

CAREER SINGLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 50 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 119 2. Christian Jaeger 101 3. Sandy Farquharson 90 4. David Corrie 92 5. Roberto Coronado 52 6. Per-Erik Karlsson 78 7. Ola Bentzen 73 8. Ian Vasquez 72 9. Tomasz Zarzeczny 82 10. Alex Zesati 74

L 28 40 44 49 30 46 49 52 61 56

Pct. .810 .716 .672 .648 .634 .629 .598 .581 .573 .569

Years 1998-02 1995-99 2002-06 2000-04 1994-97 1997-01 1998-02 2002-06 1998-02 1991-95

CAREER DOUBLES WINNING PCT. (MIN. 40 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 79 2. David Corrie 94 3. Ola Bentzen 81 4. Oscar Ochoa 44 5. Per-Erik Karlsson 69 6. Christian Jaeger 58 7. Mattias Larsson 46 8. Will Angus 46 9. Tomasz Zarzeczny 65 10. Niels Buksik 58

L 29 43 42 28 46 40 36 37 57 55

Pct. .731 .686 .658 .611 .600 .592 .561 .541 .533 .513

Years 1998-02 2000-04 1998-02 1991-94 1997-01 1995-99 1996-00 1986-90 1998-02 2002-06

SEASON COMBINED VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Andy Leber 2. David Corrie 3. David Corrie 4. Andy Leber 5. David Corrie 6. Christian Jaeger Edmundo Rincon 8. Andy Leber 9. Ola Bentzen 10. Per-Erik Karlsson

L 8 18 22 15 26 16 18 23 23 21

Pct. .895 .753 .707 .776 .662 .758 .735 .671 .667 .682

Year 2001-02 2003-04 2001-02 1999-00 2000-01 1996-97 1991-92 2000-01 1999-00 1999-00

SEASON COMBINED WINNING PCT. (MIN. 40 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 68 2. Andy Leber 52 3. Christian Jaeger 50 4. David Corrie 55 5. Edmundo Rincon 50 6. Oscar Ochoa 44 7. David Corrie 53 8. Christian Jaeger 40 9. Christoph Kull 40 10. Per-Erik Karlsson 45

L 8 15 16 18 18 18 22 17 18 21

Pct. .895 .776 .758 .753 .735 .710 .707 .702 .690 .682

Year 2001-02 1999-00 1996-97 2003-04 1991-92 1991-92 2001-02 1995-96 1996-97 1999-00

CAREER COMBINED VICTORIES Rank Name 1. Andy Leber 2. David Corrie 3. Christian Jaeger 4. Ola Bentzen 5. Sandy Farquharson 6. Tomasz Zarzeczny 7. Per-Erik Karlsson 8. Niels Buksik 9. Alex Zesati 10. Alon Goldshuv

L 57 92 80 91 101 118 92 121 98 118

Pct. .776 .669 .665 .629 .601 .555 .615 .504 .522 .473

Years 1998-02 2000-04 1995-99 1998-02 2002-06 1998-02 1997-01 2002-06 1991-95 1999-03

L 57 92 80 91 92 101 75 118 88 98

Pct. .776 .669 .665 .629 .615 .601 .569 .555 .524 .522

Years 1998-02 2000-04 1995-99 1998-02 1997-01 2002-06 1991-94 1998-02 2002-06 1991-95

W 68 55 53 52 51 50 50 47 46 45

W 198 186 159 154 152 147 147 123 107 106

CAREER COMBINED WINNING PCT. (MIN. 85 WINS) Rank Name W 1. Andy Leber 198 2. David Corrie 186 3. Christian Jaeger 159 4. Ola Bentzen 154 5. Per-Erik Karlsson 147 6. Sandy Farquharson 152 7. Oscar Ochoa 99 8. Tomasz Zarzeczny 147 9. Ian Vazquez 97 10. Alex Zesati 107

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MAVERICK RECORD BOOK All-Time Awardwinners 1989-90 Season; 7-15 Record Will Angus SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Joaquin Lopez SLC First Team Doubles Carlos torres SLC Coach of the Year 1990-91 Season; 10-19 Record Will Angus SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles

1997-98 Season; 12-9 Record Christian Jaegar SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Roberto Coronado SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Christoph Kul SLC First Team Doubles Mattias Larsson SLC first Team Singles Ruben Souto SLC First Team Singles

Abraham Padron SLC First Team Doubles

Pat Dubois SLC Coach of the Year

1991-92 Season;12-15 Record Rueben Rodriguez SLC First Team Singles

1998-99 Season; 13-9 Record Christian Jaeger SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles

Herman Giralda SLC First Team Singles Edmundo Rincon SLC First Team Doubles Oscar Ochoa SLC First Team Doubles 1993-94 Season; 8-12 Record Jorge Fuenmayor SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Billy Arminstead SLC First Team Doubles 1994-95 Season; 12-7 Record Gary Siddons SLC first Team Singles Trent Burns SLC First Team Doubles Oscar Ochoa SLC First Team Doubles 1995-96 Season; 11-11 Record Anis Mezzour SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Alex Zesati SLC First Team Singles Henning Wold SLC First Team Doubles Pat Dubois SLC Coach of The Year 1996-97 Season; 13-7 Record Henning Wold SLC First Team Singles Gines Abellan SLC First Team Singles Roberto Coronado SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Federico Haro SLC First Team Doubles Pat Dubois SLC Coach of the Year

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Christoph Kull SLC First Team Singles Pat Dubois SLC Coach of the Year 1999-00 Season; Record Christian Jaeger SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

2001-02 Season; 17-9 Record Andy Leber SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles David Corrie SLC Freshman of the Year SLC Second Team Doubles Per-Erik Karisson SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Alon Goldshuv SLC First Team Singles Thomas Zarzeczny SLC Second Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles 2002-03 Season; 15-9 Record

Andy Leber SLC PLayer of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Javier Carrillo SLC Newcomer of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

SLC First Team Singles Niels Buksik SLC First Team Singles Ian Vazquez SLC Second Team Singles Petri Van Rensensburg SLC Second Team Singles Nathan McGregor SLC Second Team Doubles 2005-06 Season; 10-11 Record Alberto Agis SLC Newcomer of the Year SLC First Team Singles Diego Mattar Freshman of the Year SLC Second Team Singles Sandy Farquharson SLC Second Team Singles Ian Vazguez SLC First Team Singles Niels Buksik SLC First Team Singles Sandy Farquharson SLC Second Team Singles

David Corrie SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Alberto Agis SLC Second Team Singles

Thomas Zarzeczny SLC First Team Singles

2007-08 Season; 9-13 Record Brieuc Hamon SLC First Team Singles

Tomasz Zarzeczny SLC First Team Singles

Ola Bentzen SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Gonzalo Bienzobas SLC First Team Singles

Mattias Larsson SLC First Team Singles

Alon Goldshuv SLC First Team Singles

Per-Erik Karlsson SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Pat Dubois SLC Coach of The Year

Andy Leber SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

Ola Bentzen SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles

2003-04 Season; 14-11 Record Nathan McGregor SLC Newcomer of the Year SLC Second Team Singles

Pat Dubois SLC Coach of the Year

Sandy Farquharson SLC First Team Singles

2000-01 Season; 17-5 Record Andy Leber SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles

David Corrie SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles

Per-Erik Karlsson SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Ola Bentzen SLC Fist Team Singles Alon Goldshuv SLC First Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Thomas Zarzeczny SLC Second Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Mattias Larsson SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles

Javier Carrillo SLC Second Team Singles SLC First Team Doubles Ian Vazquez SLC Second Team Singles Alon Goldshuv SLC First Team Doubles Niels Buksik SLC Second Team Doubles

Hugo Taracido SLC Second Team Singles Dmitry Minkin Newcomer of the Year 2008-09 Season; 9-13 Record Mindaugas Celedinas SLC Freshman of the Year

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Eric Dana SLC First Team Doubles

Pat Dubois SLC Coach of the Year

Gonzalo Bienzobas SLC First Team Singles David Subirats SLC First Team Singles 2009-10 Season; 11-11 Record David Subirats SLC Second Team Singles Jason Lateko SLC Second Team Singles Brieuc Hamon SLC Second Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Yauheni Yakauleu SLC Second Team Doubles

2004-05 Season; 14-10 Record David Corrie SLC Player of the Year SLC First Team Singles SLC Second Team Doubles Sandy Farquharson

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2011 UT Arlington Tennis

1987 UT-Tyler L at McLennan CC L at Grayson CC W Central State L Weatherford College W 1-at UT-Tyler L 1-vs. Southern ArkansasL 1-vs. Midwestern St. L at Temple JC W Lewis & Clark W at Schreiner W at Texas Lutheran W at UT-San Antonio L South Plains JC L Abilene Christian L Odessa JC W Oral Roberts L North Texas L Prairie View A&M W Texas State L at Midwestern State W Lamar L 1 – UT-Tyler Tournament, Tyler, TX 1988 2/12 Abilene Christian 2/21 Oklahoma City 2/25 Midwestern State 2/26 *La.-Monroe 3/15 Hardin-Simmons 3/18 Emporia State 3/22 at Mary-Hardin Baylor 3/23 *at Texas State 3/24 at St. Edward’s 3/25 at UT-San Antonio 3/31 at Lamar 4/1 *at McNeese State 4/2 Central State 4/15 UT-Tyler 4/16 Southern Arkansas 4/16 West Texas A&M 4/21 *North Texas 4/27 at Centenary

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

1989 2/3 1-vs. Tulsa L 8-1 2/3 1-at Texas Tech L 8-0 2/4 1-vs. UT-Pan American L 6-1 2/7 at TCU L 9-0 2/10 at Rice L 7-1 2/11 at Houston Baptist L 5-1 2/21 at Texas A&M L 9-0 2/28 St. Edward’s W 6-3 3/10 Oklahoma City W 8-1 3/11 Southern Arkansas W 9-0 3/17 Tulsa L 5-4 3/18 UT-San Antonio W 5-4 3/18 UT-Tyler L 7-2 3/24 SE Louisiana L 7-2 3/25 Oral Roberts W 5-4 3/31 at Southern Arkansas L 5-4 4/1 *at La.-Monroe L 7-2 4/8 *Texas State L 7-2 4/11 Hardin-Simmons W 8-1 4/14 Abilene Christian W 6-3 4/18 at Baylor L 6-3 4/19 *at North Texas L 6-3 1 – Texas Tech Indoor, Lubbock, Texas 1990 2/15 at Texas Tech 2/16 vs. Ark.-Little Rock 2/18 South Alabama 2/20 Baylor 3/2 1-vs. Abilene Christian 3/2 1-vs. Schreiner

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

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

L L L W L W

9-0 9-0 7-2 6-3 5-2 9-0

3/3 1-vs. North Texas L 3/9 North Carolina State L 3/10 Abilene Christian W 3/15 Oral Roberts L 3/16 Oklahoma City L 3/19 at New Mexico State L 3/19 at UTEP L 3/20 at New Mexico L 3/22 vs. Metro State W 3/30 Central State W 3/31 West Texas A&M W 4/3 *La.-Monroe L 4/4 Hardin-Simmons W 4/6 2-vs. Missouri State L 4/6 2-at Tulsa L 4/7 2-vs. NE Okla. St. W 4/10 *North Texas W 4/12 at Rice L 4/13 *at Texas State L 4/14 vs. UT-Pan American L 4/19 3-at Texas State L 4/20 3-vs. La.-Monroe L 4/21 3-vs. North Texas W 1 – UT-Tyler Invitational, Tyler, TX 2 – Tulsa Invitational, Tulsa, Okla. 3 – SLC Tournament, San Marcos, TX 1991 2/9 at Rice L 2/15 South Alabama L 2/17 UT-San Antonio L 2/21 vs. UT-Pan American L 3/1 1-vs. Oklahoma City L 3/1 1-vs. Texas Wesleyan W 3/2 1-vs. Oral Roberts W 3/7 UTEP L 3/11 Wake Forest W 3/15 Cornell L 3/19 vs. Ark.-Little Rock W 3/20 at Oklahoma L 3/20 at Oklahoma State L 3/22 at Central State (Okla.) W 3/23 West Texas A&M W 3/26 at Baylor L 3/30 *Texas State W 4/3 at SMU L 4/4 Oklahoma City L 4/5 2-vs. NWST W 4/6 2-at Tulsa W 4/6 2-vs. Oklahoma City L 4/9 *at North Texas L 4/11 at Centenary W 4/13 at Grambling State W 4/14 at La.-Lafayette L 4/17 *at La.-Monroe W 1 – UT-Tyler Invitational, Tyler, TX 2 – Tulsa Invitational, Tulsa, Okla.

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

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

1992 N/A 1993 2/9 at SMU 2/21 Central Oklahoma 3/4 North Carolina State 3/5 1-vs. Schreiner 3/6 1-at UT-Tyler 3/6 1-vs. Ouachita Baptist 3/7 NE Missouri State 3/13 SE Louisiana 3/17 Columbia 3/26 West Texas A&M 3/27 *Texas State 3/28 *UT-San Antonio 4/1 2-vs. Pacific 4/2 2-vs. Fresno State 4/3 2-vs. Boise State 4/4 2-vs. Idaho

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

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

4/9 at UT-Pan American L 5-1 4/9 vs. Texas Southern W 5-2 4/16 *at North Texas W 4-3 4/17 *at La.-Monroe L 5-2 1 – UT-Tyler Invitational, Tyler, TX 2 – Calif.-Irvine Classic, Irvine, Calif. 1994 2/11 Cameron 2/12 at SMU 2/18 1-at Ouachita Baptist 2/18 1-vs. Ark.-Little Rock 2/19 1-vs. Samford 3/4 2-vs. Harding 3/4 2-at UT-Tyler 3/5 2-vs. Ouachita Baptist 3/8 at Arkansas 3/10 Centenary 3/16 vs. Columbia 3/18 UT-Pan American 3/19 at Baylor 3/20 Cornell 3/21 *vs. La.-Monroe 3/26 *at Texas State 3/27 *at UT-San Antonio 4/1 Lamar 4/7 *North Texas

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

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

1 – Ouachita Baptist Tourney, Arkadelphia, Ark.

2 – UT-Tyler Invitational, Tyler, TX

1995 1/22 at TCU L 6-1 1/28 at Centenary W 7-0 2/17 at Texas Tech L 7-0 2/19 UT-Pan American W 5-2 2/24 at SMU L 4-3 2/28 *La.-Monroe W 4-2 3/2 1-at Air Force L 6-1 3/4 1-vs. Colorado State W 7-0 3/4 1-vs. Montana State L 4-3 3/11 vs. Clemson L 7-0 3/12 at Lamar W 7-0 3/15 vs. Columbia L 6-1 3/19 Nebraska W 4-3 3/21 Arkansas L 4-0 3/22 Ark.-Little Rock L 6-1 3/25 *Texas State W 4-3 3/26 *UT-San Antonio W 6-1 4/1 at UTEP L 6-1 4/2 at New Mexico State W 4-3 4/7 *at North Texas W 6-1 4/14 2-vs. UT-San Antonio W 4-1 4/15 2-vs. La.-Monroe L 4-1 1 – Air Force Classic, Colorado Springs, Colo. 2 – SLC Tournament, San Marcos, TX 1996 2/13 at Texas Tech 2/16 Centenary 2/23 Lamar 2/24 UT-Pan American 3/1 at Ark.-Little Rock 3/2 vs. Memphis 3/9 UTEP 3/13 at SMU 3/16 at SE Louisiana 3/17 at LSU 3/19 at New Orleans 3/20 at SE Louisiana 3/24 *North Texas 3/29 *at Texas State 3/30 *at UT-San Antonio 4/6 *La.-Monroe 4/9 at Centenary 4/11 Baylor 4/19 1-UT-San Antonio 4/20 1-La.-Monroe

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

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

1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 1997 2/4 at TCU L 2/7 at UTEP L 2/8 at New Mexico State W 2/15 at Baylor L 2/16 *Texas State W 2/21 at Lamar W 2/22 at SE Louisiana W 2/28 Centenary W 3/1 Texas Tech W 3/2 UT-Pan American W 3/8 Tyler JC W 3/17 vs. Columbia W 3/18 at Rice L 3/20 at La.-Lafayette L 3/28 *at La.-Monroe L 3/29 vs. Southern MississippiL 4/5 *UT-San Antonio W 4/9 at SMU L 4/18 1-vs. Texas State W 4/19 1-at UT-San Antonio W 4/20 1-vs. La.-Monroe L 1 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX

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

1998 2/8 Centenary W 7-0 2/13 1-vs. Nevada W 4-3 2/14 1-vs. New Mexico W 4-1 2/15 1-at UNLV W 4-3 2/20 at Oklahoma State L 5-2 2/21 at Oklahoma L 4-3 2/27 New Mexico State W 4-3 3/1 Lamar W 7-0 3/6 *at UT-San Antonio W 6-1 3/7 *at Texas State W 7-0 3/14 Ark.-Little Rock L 4-1 3/17 at Texas Tech L 6-1 3/20 *La.-Monroe L 4-3 3/21 *SE Louisiana W 7-0 3/9 UT-Pan American W 7-0 4/1 at SMU L 6-1 4/3 BYU L 5-2 4/8 at TCU L 7-0 4/10 La.-Lafayette L 7-0 4/12 UTEP W 4-3 4/17 2-vs. UT-San Antonio W 4-1 4/18 2-at La.-Monroe W 4-2 1 – UNLV Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev. 2 – SLC Tournament, Monroe, La. 1999 1/30 UT-Pan American W 6-1 2/5 at UTEP L 4-3 2/6 at New Mexico State L 7-0 2/20 at BYU L 5-1 2/23 TCU W 4-3 2/27 Nebraska W 4-3 2/28 Texas Tech L 5-2 2/28 Centenary W 7-0 3/6 *at La.-Monroe W 7-0 3/10 Arkansas L 4-3 3/13 *at Lamar W 6-1 3/14 at La.-Lafayette L 4-3 3/15 *at SE Louisiana W 6-1 3/19 1-vs. West Virginia W 5-2 3/20 1-vs. Columbia W 4-3 3/21 1-at Rice L 4-3 4/3 at Memphis W 6-1 4/4 at Ark.-Little Rock W 4-3 4/7 at SMU L 5-2 4/10 *UT-San Antonio W 7-0 4/11 Louisville W 6-1 4/16 2-Lamar W 4-0 4/17 2-UT-San Antonio W 4-0 1 – Rice Indoor Invitational, Houston, TX

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YEAR-BY-YEAR 2 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 8-1 9-0 8-1 5-4 5-3 7-2 6-3 5-4 7-2 9-0 9-0 5-4 8-1 8-1 7-2 8-1 8-1 7-2 7-2 5-0 5-1 5-0

2001 1/29 TCU L 7-0 2/3 *at Lamar W 7-0 2/4 at Rice L 6-1 2/9 at Ark.-Little Rock W 4-3 2/10 vs. Loyola Marymount W 7-0 2/16 1-vs. Weber State W 7-0 2/17 1-vs. Northern Arizona W 5-1 2/18 1-vs. Colorado L 4-3 2/23 Texas Tech W 4-2 2/24 New Orleans L 4-3 2/25 *UT-Pan American W 6-1 3/13 *UT-San Antonio L 4-3 3/16 Wichita State W 7-0 3/17 Columbia W 4-3 3/17 *Centenary W 7-0 3/20 at La.-Lafayette W 7-0 3/21 at LSU L 7-0 3/22 *at SE Louisiana W 7-0 3/31 *at La.-Monroe W 6-1 4/7 at Oklahoma W 7-0 4/11 at SMU L 7-0 4/16 TAMU-Corpus Christi L 4-3 4/20 2-vs. Centenary W 4-0 4/21 2-vs. SE Louisiana W 4-0 4/22 2-at UT-San Antonio W 4-0 5/12 3-at TCU L 4-0 1 – UNLV Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev. 2 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, Texas 3 – NCAA Regional, Fort Worth, TX 2002 2/2 at Arkansas 2/2 vs. St. Louis 2/13 at TCU 2/16 Ark.-Little Rock 2/17 La.-Lafayette 2/22 Oklahoma 2/23 Nebraska 2/24 *Lamar 3/2 vs. Oregon 3/3 at New Mexico State 3/10 *La.-Monroe 3/12 Northern Illinois 3/15 at A&M Corpus Christi 3/16 at Texas Tech 3/20 Wichita State 3/22 Columbia 3/23 *SE Louisiana

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

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

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2003 1/25 St. Louis W 1/29 TCU L 2/9 Midwestern State W 2/13 at Ark.-Little Rock L 2/21 vs. North Carolina StateW 2/22 at Rice L 2/23 *at Lamar W 2/28 at La.-Lafayette L 3/1 *at SE Louisiana W 3/7 at Texas Tech L 3/8 at La.-Lafayette W 3/18 *Centenary W 3/21 Columbia W 3/22 Columbia W 3/28 *UT-San Antonio W 3/28 Oral Roberts W 3/30 *UT-Pan American W 4/11 at Wichita State L 4/12 at Oklahoma L 4/13 at Tulsa L 4/16 at SMU L 4/19 TAMU-Corpus Christi L 4/26 1-UT-Pan American W 4/27 1-UT-San Antonio W 5/9 2-at Baylor L 1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 2 – NCAA Regional, Waco, TX

7-0 4-3 6-1 7-0 5-1 4-0 4-3

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

2004 1/24 at Texas L 6-1 2/11 at TCU L 7-0 2/13 1-vs. Idaho State W 7-0 2/14 1-vs. New Mexico State W 5-2 2/15 1-vs. Oklahoma L 4-0 2/22 at Texas Tech L 5-3 2/28 Centenary W 7-0 2/28 Cameron W 7-0 3/5 Oklahoma L 5-2 3/7 La.-Lafayette W 4-3 3/13 *Lamar W 6-1 3/14 *TAMU-Corpus Christi L 4-3 3/15 *Se Louisiana W 5-2 3/19 Columbia W 6-1 3/21 Ark.-Little Rock W 5-2 3/23 Wichita State W 6-1 4/3 *at UT-San Antonio W 7-0 4/4 *at UT-Pan American W 7-0 4/9 New Mexico State W 4-3 4/11 Nebraska L 4-3 4/17 Rice L 7-0 4/21 at SMU L 5-2 5/1 2-vs. SE Louisiana W 4-0 5/2 2-vs. TAMUCC L 4-0 1 – UNLV Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev. 2 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX 2005 1/30 at Rice 2/3 TCU 2/11 at Ark.-Little Rock 2/12 vs. Illinois State 2/25 *at Lamar 2/26 *at SE Louisiana 2/27 at La.-Lafayette 3/4 1-vs. Nebraska 3/5 1-vs. New Orleans 3/6 1-vs. Wichita State

L L L W W W L L W W

5-1 5-2 4-3 4-3 5-2 4-3 5-1 4-3 4-2 4-1

3/14 Montana State L 5-2 3/18 Columbia L 4-3 3/20 *UT-Pan American W 5-2 3/27 *UT-San Antonio W 4-3 4/2 at Wichita State W 5-2 4/3 vs. St. Louis W 4-0 4/6 at SMU L 5-2 4/9 *at A&M Corpus Christi L 7-0 4/15 *Nicholls State W 7-0 4/17 at Oklahoma L 7-0 4/29 2-at UT-San Antonio L 4-3 1 – HEB Invitational, Corpus Christi, TX 2 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX

3/9 UTSA* L 3/14 Sacramento State L 3/15 vs. Northern Arizona W 3/20 COLUMBIA L 3/22 at #7 Baylor L 3/29 UTPA* W 4/1 at #42 TAMUCC* L 4/5 at Nicholls State W 4/7 at #72 SMU L 4/10 at SE Louisiana* L 4/11 at Louisiana Lafayette L 4/24 vs. SE Louisiana1 L 1 - SLC Tournament, Corpus Christi, TX

2006 2/09 at TCU (41) L 2-5 2/12 Nicholls State* W 6-1 2/16 Centenary W 7-0 2/16 Cameron W 7-0 3/03 at Texas (11) L 0-7 3/12 Lamar* W 7-0 3/17 Columbia L 3-4 3/20 Cornell (67) W 4-3 3/22 1-vs. Portland W 4-1 3/22 1-at Boise State (23) L 2-4 3/24 1-vs. College of Santa Fe W 5-1 3/25 1-vs. Western Michigan (40)L 1-4 3/28 SE Louisiana* (58) W 4-3 3/31 at Baylor L 1-6 4/01 at Texas-San Antonio* W 4-3 4/02 at Texas-Pan American*W 7-0 4/15 A&M-Corpus Christi*(65) L 1-6 4/28 2-vs. Lamar W 4-0 4/29 2-SE Louisiana W 4-1 4/30 2-Texas-San Antonio W 4-2 5/12 3-Texas A&M (19) L 0-4 1 – Boise State Invitational, Boise, Idaho 2 – SLC Tournament, Arlington/Ennis, TX 3- NCAA Regional Tourn., College Station, TX * - SLC match

2009 1/24 #38 TCU L 2/14 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI L 2/19 WICHITA STATE L 2/20 CAMERON W 2/21 at Baylor L 2/27 at Northern Arizona W 2/28 vs. Idaho State L 3/3 CENTENARY COLLEGE W UT DALLAS W 3/19 COLUMBIA L SACRAMENTO STATE L 3/29 LAMAR* W 3/31 at Texas A&M L 4/3 DEPAUL W 4/6 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI* L 4/7 SMU L 4/9 UTAH W 4/16 NICHOLLS STATE* W 4/18 at UTSA* W vs. UTPA* W 4/24 vs. UTPA1 W 4/25 vs. UTSA1 L 1 - SLC Tournament, Corpus Christi, TX

2007 1/26 at #4 Baylor L 2/01 Illinois State W 2/03 at #7 Texas L 2/04 Nicholls State L 2/06 at #63 TCU L 2/14 Centenary College W Cameron W 2/17 Arkansas-Little Rock L 2/29 Western New Mexico W 3/01 Sacramento State L 3/02 New Mexico State L 3/08 Wichita State L 3/11 #75 TAMUCC L 3/19 Columbia W 3/21 at UTSA W 3/22 at UT-Pan American W 4/01 SE Louisiana W 4/05 Lamar W 4/11 at Oklahoma L 4/12 Louisiana-Lafayette L 4/13 at #46 SMU L 4/26 1-UTSA L 1 – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, TX 2008 1/23 UT DALLAS 1/23 DEPAUL 1/25 at Tulsa 2/7 #75 NEW ORLEANS 2/12 CAMERON UNIV. 2/24 LAMAR* 2/27 at Wichita State 2/28 vs. Oral Roberts 3/3 CENTENARY COLLEGE 3/7 UC SANTA BARBARA

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

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

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2000 1/30 Calif- Poly-SLO W 2/6 La.-Lafayette W 2/8 TCU L 2/12 at Oklahoma W 2/13 at Oklahoma State L 2/19 at Sam Houston State W 2/26 Ark.-Little Rock W 2/29 at North Texas W 3/4 Northwestern State W 3/5 *La.-Monroe W 3/11 at Texas State W 3/12 *at UT-San Antonio W 3/25 *Lamar W 3/26 McNeese State W 3/31 at Tulane L 4/1 *at SE Louisiana W 4/2 at Nicholls State W 4/4 SMU L 4/8 Stephen F. Austin W 4/14 1-Lamar W 4/15 1-UT-San Antonio W 5/13 2-at Texas L 1 – SLC Tournament, Arlington, TX 2 – NCAA Regionals, Austin, TX

3/23 *Centenary W 3/28 Rice L 4/6 *at UT-San Antonio W 4/7 *at UT-Pan American W 4/17 at SMU L 4/27 1-vs. UT-Pan American W 4/28 1-at UT-San Antonio L 1 – SLC Tournament, San Antonio, TX

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

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ALL-TIME ROSTER -AAAAbellan, Gine ..........................................................94-97 Acosta, Felipe .........................................................04-05 Agis, Alberto ...........................................................04-08 Angus, Will ..............................................................86-90 Armistead, Billy......................................................92-93

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-BBBBell, Ed ......................................................................62-63 Benbechir, Mehdi .................................................95-97 Bentzen, Ola ...........................................................98-02 Bienzabos, Gonzalo .............................................06-10 Bilard, Matt..............................................................84-87 Birge, Laddie...........................................................62-66 Brock, Allen .............................................................69-70 Brooks, Scott...........................................................89-91 Buksik, Niels ............................................................02-06 Burns, Trent .............................................................93-95 Byrd, Darren............................................................86-87 -CCCCamacho, Randy ...................................................86-89 Carillo, Javier ..........................................................01-03 Celedinas, Mindaugas .................................08Chandavarkar, Ameya .........................................95-97 Colgin, John ............................................................66-67 Coronado, Robert .................................................94-97 Corrie, David ...........................................................00-04 Crouch, Tommy .....................................................62-65 -DDDDaly, Brian ...............................................................98-99 Dana, Eric .................................................................88-91 Debs, Karim ............................................................99-02 Devereaux, Wally ..................................................86-91 Dishon, Don............................................................83-84 Dobbs, Fred ............................................................66-67 -FFFFajkus, Matt.............................................................95-99 Farquharson, Sandy .............................................02-06 Featherstone, Chris ..............................................99-00 Fee, David ................................................................69-70 Fiol, Al .......................................................................63-65 Ford, Bill ...................................................................61-62 Franklin, Steve .......................................................80-81 Frase, David ............................................................67-68 Freire, Eddie ............................................................92-93 Friedman, Billy .......................................................63-65 Fuenmayor, Jorge .................................................91-93 -GGGGardner, Jerry.........................................................65-67 Garza, Ricky ............................................................82-84 Garza, Robert .........................................................82-84 Giraldo, Hernan .....................................................90-94 Goldshuv, Alon ......................................................99-02 Gonzalez, Fabian...................................................98-00 Gonzalez, Manuel .................................................05-06 Guerrero, Ranulfo .................................................83-84 Gutierrez, Andres ..................................................00-01 -HHHHamon, Brieuc ..............................................07Hanharen, Jim ........................................................84-85 Haro, Federico........................................................94-96 Haukland, Knut......................................................95-96 Heine, Julien ...........................................................93-94 Hemmeline, Stan ..................................................68-70 Herrera, Javier ........................................................05-07 Hill, Christopher ....................................................93-94 Hoiden, Ola .............................................................91-92 Humphries, Bill ......................................................67-68 Humphries, Bob.....................................................67-68 -IIIIkata, Alex ...............................................................86-87 Illgner, Mark ...........................................................98-01 -JJJJaeger, Christian ...................................................95-99 James, Sean ...........................................................99-00

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The 2000-01 Men’s tennis team finished with a 5-1 record in the Southland Conference to take second place. However, they won the conference tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, before falling to TCU in the first round. Members of the team were Top Row(L-R): Assistant Coach Christian Jaeger, Olan Bentsen, Andy Leber, David Corrie, Tomasz Zareczny, Alon Goldshuv, Head Coach Patric Dubois. Front Row (L-R): Andres Gutierrez, Karim Debs, Per-Erik Karlsson, Mark Illgner, Navnoor Kang.

Jauz, Chris ..................................................................86-91 Johnston, Freddie ...................................................62-63 Jones, Lynn ...............................................................64-66KKKKang, Navnoor ...........................................................98-01 Karlsson, Per-Erik ......................................................97-01 Kovacic, Art .................................................................89-90 Kull, Christoph ...........................................................96-98

-RRRRansom, Jon ...........................................................67-68 Rau, Will ...................................................................86-88 Rincon, Edmundo ................................................90-92 Roji, Adrian .............................................................86-89 Rudd, Stacy .............................................................86-88 Reuter, Cliff..............................................................88-89 Rodriguez, Ruben .................................................90-92

-LLLLateko, Jason ...................................................08Larsson, Mattias ........................................................97-00 Layman, Aaron ..........................................................90-91 Leber, Andy .................................................................99-01 Lester, Jayson .............................................................97-98 Lopez, Joaquin ..........................................................88-89 Lowery, Nick ...............................................................73-74 Lucke, Paul ..................................................................86-87

-SSSSaunders, Bill ..........................................................66-69 Siddons, Gary .........................................................92-94 Snively, Paul ............................................................66-67 Souto, Ruben..........................................................97-99 Spaight, Tim............................................................82-83 Srkala, Adam .........................................................08-10 Stephens, Todd ......................................................84-85 Subirats, David .............................................08-

-MMMMallott, Brett ..............................................................67-70 Malouf, Robert ...........................................................84-85 Martin, Hasel ..............................................................62-64 Mathis, Dick ................................................................62-63 Mattar, Diego .............................................................04-08 McClain, Jerry.............................................................64-65 McGregor, Nathan ....................................................02-04 McKee, Grady .............................................................95-97 McWilliams, Fred .......................................................86-87 Mezzour, Anis .............................................................93-95 Mims, Kyle ...................................................................03-05 Minkin, Dmitry...........................................................06-10 Moses, Kevin...............................................................82-83

-TTTTelford, John ...........................................................66-67 Terlesky, Michael ...................................................68-70 Thames, Tyler .........................................................86-88 Thomas, Gary .........................................................68-69 Thompson, Allan...................................................82-85 Tisdale, Barry ..........................................................82-83 Torres, Carlos ..........................................................82-84 Trice, Robert ...........................................................69-70 Trimmier, Josey......................................................03-04

-NNNNadali, Vanja ...............................................................93-95 Nasser, Gehad ............................................................86-87 Nguyen, Kevinh .........................................................08-09 Nolan, Danny .............................................................82-84 -OOOObianwu, Chike .........................................................91-92 Obianwu, Martin .......................................................86-88 Ochoa, Oscar ..............................................................90-94 Olaya, Alex ..................................................................87-89 Omana, Daniel ...........................................................05-07 -PPPPadilla, Danny....................................................... .....89-90 Padron, Abraham .....................................................89-90 Payne, Jordan .............................................................01-03 Powell, Jack .................................................................65-66 Prince, Richard ...........................................................65-69 Prior, Chad ...................................................................96-98

-VVVVan Rensburg, Petri..............................................03-04 Vazquez, Ian............................................................02-06 -WWWWhiddon, Robert ..................................................67-69 Whitaker, Clarence ...............................................63-64 Williams, Craig ......................................... 69-70, 73-74 Woehst, Mike..........................................................67-68 Wold, Henning.......................................................94-96 Wood, Kyle ..............................................................97-98 -YYYYoung, James .........................................................01-03 -ZZZZarzeczny, Tomasz................................................98-02 Zesati, Alexander ..................................................91-95

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OUR MISSION

The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching, and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence. The University is committed to the promotion of lifelong learning through its academic and continuing education programs and to the formation of good citizenship through its community service learning programs. The diverse student body shares a wide range of cultural values and the University community fosters unity of purpose and cultivates mutual respect.

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The University fosters an active learning environment for its 29,000 students, who pursue 198 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with 10 colleges and schools. ● Architecture ● Business ● Education ● Engineering ● Honors College ● Liberal Arts ● Nursing ● Science ● Social Work ● Urban and Public Affairs www.utamavs.com

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WHERE WE RANK

● In America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools for 2008, Design Intelligence ranked the School of Architecture’s graduate architecture program second in the South. ● A study by Decision Analyst ranked UT Arlington the No. 10 graduate business school in the United States. The study ranked 51 universities with graduate business degree programs. ● The Marketing Department ranks 27th worldwide in the latest American Marketing Association ratings in the Journal of Marketing. ● Since 2003, enrollment at the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center has skyrocketed from 596 to 1,288. Located in downtown Fort Worth, the center offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education program tailored to the working professional.

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BY THE NUMBERS

● 80 Bachelors ● 74 Masters ● 31 Doctoral Enrollment ● 28,085 total ● 21,370 undergraduate ● 6,715 graduate

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Degrees Offered

Student Body: ● 46.5 percent White ● 16.5 percent Hispanic ● 14.5 percent African American ● 10.2 percent Asian ● 10.0 percent International ● 1.8 percent Other ● 0.5 percent American Indian

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The University encompasses 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919. In the past six years, the construction or renovation of more than a dozen buildings has added 1.2 million square feet to the physical plant. ● Construction began in 2008 on the $150 million Engineering Research Complex, which will forge innovative partnerships between engineering and science. Other projects include the Civil Engineering Laboratory Building, which opened in August 2008, and an expansion of the Engineering Lab Building. ● The School of Nursing’s Smart Hospital provides 13,000 square feet of space for student nurses to use cutting-edge learning technology. The facility features more than 30 full-body patient simulators in a 23-bed simulated hospital environment. ● UT Arlington’s purchases from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) ranked 12th among state agencies in Texas in 2008. HUB purchases accounted for almost a third of the Universities total expenditures.

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MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER

● 20,000 sq. ft. weight and

fitness room (80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & free weight area

● 4 multipurpose rooms -

yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more.

● 10 Badminton courts ● Game room which includes table tennis

● Social corridor with group seating and activity viewing

● Internet café with juice

● 5 Indoor basketball courts

bar (wired and wireless connection)

● 9 Volleyball courts

● Men’s and women’s health

● Indoor soccer gymnasium ● 2 Indoor tracks - 1/16 mile

club style locker rooms

● Wellness resource center

and 1/9 mile

● Conference rooms

● 5 Racquetball courts

● Climbing wall

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The Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes:

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COLLEGE PARK CENTER

● Approximately 218,000 square feet

● Seating Capacity: 6,500 ●Cost: Approximately $78 million

● Construction: Designed

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UT Arlington broke ground on the College Park Center on March 5, 2010, which will be located at the northeast corner of campus between South Center and South Pecan streets at West Second Street.

to achieve LEED Silver Certification, continuing UT Arlington’s commitment to sustainable development

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UT Arlington women’s basketball team and director of athletics Pete Carlon take part in the ground breaking ceremony at the site of the College Park Center on March 5, 2010.

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS

Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. According to a U.S. Census Bureau release, Arlington has an estimated population of 371,038. Arlington is the 7th largest city in Texas and the 50th largest city in the United States.

● Located approximately 12 miles east of downtown

Fort Worth and 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers’ Ballpark in Arlington and the theme parks Six Flags Over Texas and the newly completed Cowboys Stadium.

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● Arlington is a city in Tarrant County, within the Dallas-

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DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM

● America’s team completed its first year at Cowboys Stadium, just 2.5 miles from UT Arlington’s campus. ● The stadium will host Super Bowl XLV in 2011, beating out bids from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. It will be the first time the Super Bowl has been played in Dallas, and just the third time in the state of Texas (2004 - Reliant Stadium, Houston; 1974 - Rice Stadium, Houston). ● Besides hosting 10 preseason and regular season Cowboys games, Cowboys Stadium will be the centerpiece of excitement with the following sporting eventstaking place during 2010-11, TCU vs. Oregon State (Sept. 4), Herbstreit Classic (Sept. 6), Tim McGraw concert (Sept. 10) and Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Oct. 9).

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium site covers 73 total acres. ● Stadium is 3 million square feet. ● Roof structure is 660,800 sq. ft. (one of the largest in the world). ● Approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. ● Largest retractable end zone doors in the world (120’X180’). ● Largest scoreboard in the world measuring at 72 ft. tall by 160 ft. wide (sideline boards) while fans in the end zones will view boards measuring 27 ft. tall by 48 ft. wide. ● Record attendance of 105,121 on September 21, 2009 (New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys).

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RANGERS BALLPARK IN ARLINGTON

located just 3.8 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● From the exterior to the interior many ideas from other

past ballparks were used when building the ballpark. As fans approach the ballpark, it resembles Ebbets Field with its red brick facade and arches. Once inside the ballpark, a brick Walk of Fame containing information and rosters of every Texas Rangers team extends around the entire facility. The Rangers home field is the only retro ballpark built that is enclosed as over 48,000 seats and four story office complex surround the playing field.

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● The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was built in 1994,

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium opened April 11, 1994 ● Capacity: 48,911 ● Cost: $191 million ● Hosted Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1995 ● Kenny Rogers perfect game on June 28, 1994 ● Ian Kinsler hits for the cycle and has six hits on Apr. 15, 2009 ● Previous stadium, Arlington Stadium, existed just a quarter of a mile from new stadium. Rangers played in Arlington Stadium from 1972-1993.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

● The Metroplex features five major professional sports teams and also has five professional/minor league franchises, including the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, Fort Worth Cats, Grand Prairie AirHogs, Texas Brahmas and the Texas Tornado. ● The NBA All-Star Festivities were held in Dallas in 2010. The game set a world record for the highest attendance at a single basketball game with 108,713 fans in attendance on February 14, 2010.

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T O N Y

D I R K N O W I T Z K I

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DFW METROPLEX

● The Metroplex is a convenient travel destination with two airports (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport & Love Field Airport) within 25 miles of UT Arlington. DFW Airport is located 16 miles from campus while Dallas Love Field Airport is 24 miles from the university. DFW connects directly with 133 US markets and 36 international destinations. By 2010, DFW has served 100 million passengers a year. Love Field is the primary hub of Southwest Airlines and serves six million passengers annually.

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● Texas Motor Speedway opened in 1996 and was a $250 million project. The facility seats 191,122 fans, including 144 suites. The track is 1.5 miles (oval).

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT James D. Spaniolo

He took office in February 2004 and immediately began building an administrative team and reaching out to stakeholders to map a course for UT Arlington’s future as a major national research university. Among his major accomplishments are growing the size and prestige of both the student body and the faculty, implementing the campus master plan (including the new Special Events Center, set to open in late 2011), and taking research activity at UT Arlington to record heights. President Spaniolo’s experience in higher education, law, philanthropy, politics and journalism make him uniquely qualified to lead a comprehensive teaching, research and public service institution like UT Arlington. With an enrollment of more than 29,000 students, UT Arlington is the second-largest of the 15 institutions in The UT System and offers 90 baccalaureate, 74 master’s and 34 doctoral degrees. And with a continued focus on technology transfer and economic development, UT Arlington is solidifying its status as a leading research university in the DallasFort Worth area, the state and the nation. Before coming to UT Arlington, President Spaniolo was dean of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. As dean from 1996 to 2003, he oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 1,000 students and helped establish the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law by raising more than $3.5 million. He forged a partnership with a newspaper corporation in Mexico and strengthened alumni outreach. He was also a professor in the School of Jour-

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nalism and taught courses on the First Amendment and communications law. Before his tenure at Michigan State, he was vice president and chief program officer of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the largest media-related private foundation in the United States with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In seven years with the Knight Foundation, he directed a program that included major grants and initiatives to support journalism and a free press in the United States and worldwide. He also served as a member of the foundation’s Journalism Advisory Committee from 1997 to 2003. Before joining the Knight Foundation, President Spaniolo was a newspaper executive and lawyer with Knight-Ridder for more than a decade. He was vice president of human resources and assistant to the publisher at the Detroit Free-Press and general executive and general counsel at The Miami Herald. He began his legal career with the Miami law firm of Paul & Thomson, which represented The Herald, and later served as associate general counsel of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, where he established the organization’s legal department. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. He graduated with high honors from Michigan State University in 1968 with a B.A. degree in political science. As a senior, he was editor-in-chief of the student daily, the State News. Following service in the U.S. Army Reserve, he became an assistant to Michigan State President Clifton R. Wharton Jr. from 1970 to 1972. He earned a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1975 and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Michigan Institute of Public Policy Studies (now the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy).

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2003-2004 Dr. Charles Sorber (Interim) 1995-2003 Dr. Robert Witt 1992-1995 Dr. Ryan Amacher 1972-1992 Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman 1968-1972 Dr. Frank Harrison 1959-1968 Dr. Jack Royce Woolf 1946-1959 Dr. E.H. Hereford 1923-1946 Dean Edward Everett Davis 1917-1923 Dean Myron L. Williams 1916-1917 John B. Dodson 1913-1916 H.K. Taylor 1902-1913 James McCoy Carlisle 1895-1902 Lee Morgan Hammond 1895-1902 William H. Trimble Arlington College, 1895-1902 Carlisle Military Academy, 1902-1913 Arlington Training School, 1913-1916 Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917 Grubbs Vocational College, 1917-1923 North Texas Agricultural College, 1923-1949 Arlington State College, 1949-1967 The University of Texas at Arlington, 1967-Present

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Hailed as the ideal person to lead The University of Texas at Arlington into a new era of prominence, James D. Spaniolo was appointed the University’s seventh president in November 2003 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

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President Spaniolo has a son, Jamie, who lives in Washington D.C., and a daughter, Sarah, who lives in Los Angeles.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Pete Carlon

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The fifth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UT Arlington since 1953, Pete Carlon is in his 15th year as the department’s director after serving twice in an interim role. Carlon has been with the university 30 years (since 1981), when he came to UT Arlington from Stephen F. Austin to become the head athletics trainer. He served as assistant or associate athletics director from 1984 until he was named director of athletics in May of 1996. During Carlon’s first tenure as interim athletics director in 1991-92, UT Arlington won five team conference titles and was ranked by the Women’s Sports Foundation as the second best Division I program in the nation in terms of commitment to gender equity. During the 1996-97 year, in Carlon’s first year as the permanent athletics director, the Mavericks claimed both the men’s and women’s Southland Conference All-Sports trophies, a first in the history of the UT Arlington athletics program. In 1998-99, UT Arlington again claimed both the men’s and women’s All-Sports Championship and won the SLC Commissioner’s Cup in the award’s second year of existence. The Commissioner’s Cup recognizes the conference’s best overall athletics program. In all, UT Arlington has won three Commissioner’s Cups and has finished among the top three schools in the race for the Cup each year since programs began competing for the award. During Carlon’s tenure, the UT Arlington women’s teams have captured five SLC All-Sports trophies and the men’s teams have won six all-sports awards. In all, the Mavericks have won 51 team conference championships during Carlon’s tenure as athletics director. Following the 2009-10 academic year, Carlon was named the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. Twenty-nine athletic directors were recognized with four geographic regions separated into seven categories. In 1997-98, Carlon teamed with then-University President Dr. Robert Witt to join forces with student and faculty leaders to spearhead the campaign for a referendum on a Student Intercollegiate Athletics Fee. This student athletics fee won overwhelming support

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from the student body and was enacted by the state legislature and then Gov. George W. Bush in 1999. The fee was the first of its kind in the state of Texas, and serves as a model for other institutions. Carlon has placed a special emphasis on maintaining an environment of academic excellence for UT Arlington student-athletes. Numerous academic support services and programs have been implemented to assist each student-athlete in their academic endeavors. UT Arlington athletics is involved with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program, which provides Maverick student-athletes opportunities for life enriching leadership experiences, community service and life skills training. During his 12-year tenure as head athletics trainer, Carlon served as president of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association in 1987-88, was a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) Executive Board, and served two terms on the national board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association. Carlon received one of the highest honors presented by the organization when he was named recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1997. In 1989, Carlon was presented the Frank Medina Award for service to athletics training and mankind, and has twice (1988 and 1996) earned the Eddie Wojecki Award for service to SWATA.

Carlon completed a four-year term (19982002) on the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports as well as the Subcommittee for Drug Education and Testing. He also is an active participant in the NCAA Athletics Certification process, having served on NCAA Peer Review Teams evaluating 10 other Division I institutions. He served as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association in 2005-06. Carlon spearheaded a facilities upgrade with the first phase of Clay Gould Ballpark renovation completed. Other facilities that have receive enhancement since 2002 include: the UT Arlington Tennis Center, Allan Saxe Softball Field and the track surface at Maverick Stadium. Most recently, Carlon has been heavily involved in the design and fund raising for UT Arlington’s $78 million Special Events Center which is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2012. Carlon earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 1975 and his master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. He began his professional career at Arlington James Bowie High School in 1976 as a health teacher and athletics trainer, and was the school’s Teacher of the Year in 1978. Carlon and his wife, Beth, who is an elementary school administrator in Irving ISD, are both natives of Gowrie, Iowa.

He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the NATA Hall of Fame in 2005 the organization’s highest honor. Carlon served a two-year term as president of the Southland Conference and chair of its executive committee. He previously served on the executive committee in two-year stints as vice president/chair of the compliance committee and secretary/treasurer and chair of the finance committee. Carlon has also served on several committees, including Southland Conference Honors and Awards, Compliance, Strategic Planning, Championships, Officiating and Marketing and Television. Nationally, Carlon has been recently appointed for a four-year term on the Division I Academics Cabinet, after spending the last year as a member of the NCAA Division I Academics, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet, the Transfer Issues Ad Hoc Subcommittee and chairing the Division I Financial Aid Subcommittee.

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EXPERIENCE

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MAVERICK SPIRIT

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MAVERICK SPIRIT

ALMA MATER Dear School we love. You are our Alma Mater, And through the years, Our faith we shall proclaim. We are each one, A loyal son or daughter, Our song of praise, Shall glorify your name. Dear School we love, Forever Arlington.

HOW A GRUBBWORM BECAME A MAVERICK Hornets, Junior Aggies, Blue Riders and Rebels among long list of mascot names An aardvark as UTA’s mascot? It could’ve happened. The story begins more than 80 years ago. From 1917, when it joined the Texas A&M System, to 1921, the school’s athletic teams answered to Grubbers or the school’s name, Grubbs Vocational College) and Shorthorns (after the campus newspaper, The Shorthorn). Grubbers just wasn’t destined to last, and many didn’t like Shorthorns because that’s what freshman teams at the school’s hated rival, The University of Texas at Austin, were called. A Shorthorn editorial Nov. 12, 1921, liked Hornets the idea of the ‘Horn’ and the ‘Sting’ too.” So Hornets it was—but not for long. When the school changed to North Texas Agricultural College in 1923, the yearbook that appeared in the spring was called the Junior Aggie. This set in motion a gradual shift over the years from Hornets to Junior Aggies. In 1949, when the school became Arling-

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ton State College, the nickname was officially changed to Blue Riders. According to an Aug. 25, 1949, article in the Tarrant County Citizen, “It was felt that the name would be appropriate with the school colors (blue and white), and would allow artists an opportunity to sketch attractive designs for team uniforms.” Except Blue Riders never caught on, either. In 1951, President E.H. Hereford called a meeting of as many sophomores as he could find and asked them to suggest yet another mascot. Rebels subsequently won a student vote, and the fight song Dixie and mascot Johnny Red became intricate parts of the theme and continued as ASC became a four-year school in 1959. The theme was never seriously questioned until spring 1965 when some argued that Rebels depicted a symbol of slavery. Others maintained that it represented Southern heritage. Several votes for name changes were held over the next six years, including one in 1968 (one year after the school became The Univer-

sity of Texas at Arlington) when Aardvarks was the top vote-getter behind Rebels. In February 1970, with Rebels not being one of the choices, Texans won out over Mavericks and Apollos, but Mavericks prevailed in a runoff. The battle still wasn’t over as students forced a referendum a month later, and the Old South theme prevailed again. UTA President Frank Harrison pleaded with students to make a change. In May 1971, one more vote was held. Again, students could vote for any name they chose, as long as it wasn’t Rebels. Mavericks won over Toros, Rangers and Hawks. The first Maverick mascot was a horned horse. In later years it was patterned, sort of, after Sam Maverick, a wealthy Texas landowner who participated in many momentous events in the state’s early history, among them the defense of the Alamo. He died in 1870. Maverick accumulated a fabled empire and inspired the term “maverick” to denote an unbranded calf or an independent person.

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FIGHT SONG Blue, white, we’ve got the might, Mavericks, we’re gonna field Shout our praises to the sky V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Go big Mavericks UTA Mavericks Fight, Fight Go big Mavericks All the way Mavericks Fight Fight Go Mavs!

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

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Through a year round individualized training program, players undergo a rigorous conditioning regimen. This program is designed, supervised, scrutinized and implemented by a highly qualified and dedicated certified strength coach. Over the years strength coaching has evolved into immeasurably more than just weightlifting. Strength and conditioning is now performance enhancement. While weight lifting is still a fundamental facet, there are many other important features. Their program for athletes includes flexibility training, cardiovascular conditioning, speed and power development, improvement of self motivation and mental toughness. Not only do these efforts improve the quality of the athlete’s performance, but this program greatly reduces the potential for injury, reduces the extent of many injuries and expedites recovery in case there is an injury. At UT Arlington this is a year round endeavor, in-season and off season. Many of our student athletes choose to spend their summers in Arlington in order to extend their opportunity to train for a championship. We take tremendous pride in a facility and staff second to none in the nation. Every program is

uniquely matched to the athlete and the sport. The strength staff works very closely with the sport coaches to create a spirit of shared goals, consistent expectations and staying abreast of the most current technology and sport science. The strength staff at the University of Texas-Arlington is devoted to the scoreboard results of every team at the University, but, more importantly, we are devoted and committed to the personal success of every student-athlete on and off the field! “Our staff is committed to developing each athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. This includes: strength, power, speed, endurance, flexibility and resolve. We employ the latest techniques, equipment and motivation, as well as traditional principals, to ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport.” - Kathy Wagner, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

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SPORTS MEDICINE

The Maverick health care team focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. Equipment, training, medical and strength and conditioning staffs are jointly committed to health care and prevention.

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“It has always been our philosophy to take a proactive approach to health care rather than just tending to our student-athletes after an injury,” said Roy Rudewick, head athletics trainer. Rudewick, a 1989 graduate of UT Arlington enters his fourth year with the Mavericks after more than a decade of service within the Arlington Independent School District. He will oversee all teams and will serve as the primary trainer for the men’s basketball program.

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A commitment to total care exists in every facet of UT Arlington’s approach to its student-athletes. UT Arlington Athletics Training facility contains modern equipment to ensure that a student-athlete is treated with care. Combined with the University health center, the studentathlete at UT Arlington is provided a team of physicians and care specialists.

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COACHING STAFF

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HEAD COACHES

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Diego Benitez Tennis

Scott Cross Men’s Basketball

Debbie Hedrick Softball

Samantha Morrow Women’s Basketball

Jay Rees Men’s Golf

John Sauerhage Track and Field Cross Country

ASSISTANT COACHES

Diane Seymour Volleyball

Darin Thomas Baseball Brandon Berger Track and Field

Zak Buncik MBB Dir. of Operations

Erin Clute Volleyball

Derrick Daniels Men’s Basketball

Jordan Durham Track and Field

Le-Net Franklin Softball Graduate Asst.

Erin Grant Women’s Basketball

K.J. Hendricks Baseball

Vince Kwasnick Softball

Shane Laflin Women’s Basketball

Marco Matteucci Tennis

David McLeod BSB Dir. of Operations

Andrae Patterson Men’s Basketball

Angela Perry Softball

Stuart Powell Golf

Gerald Richey Track and Field

Lindsay Scanlan Volleyball

Jay Sirianni Baseball

Lindsey Wilson Women’s Basketball

Greg Young Men’s Basketball

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ADMINISTRATION/ SUPPORT STAFF

Tony Burken Associate A.D. for Business and Operations

Travis Boren Marketing/Promotions Coordinator

Luke Brietzke Assistant Sports Information Director

Adriana Cantu Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pete Carlon Director of Athletics

Jason Chaput Asst. A.D. for Facilities and Events Manager

Gregg Elkin Assoc. A.D. for Communications and Media Relations

Kevin Fralicks Associate A.D. for External Affairs

Michella Gaiser Maverick Club/ External Affairs Coordinator

Debbie Garcia Sr. Associate A.D. for Academics & Compliance/SWA

Gina Giammanco Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kristyna Mancias Assistant Sports Information Director

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

John Mocek Sr. Associate A.D. for Finance and Administration

Marla Morris Administrative Asst. for External Affairs

Lorraine Palmer Administrative Assistant II

Shirley Racioppa Support Specialist II

Dr. Bill Reeves Deputy A.D./Eligibility Certification Officer

Roy Rudewick Associate AD for Sports Medicine

Mary Russell Student Development Specialist/Academic Advisor

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Jed Stratton Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sascha Schapiro Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Mishael Berger Academics Coordinator

Kathy Wagner Strength and Conditioning Coach

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MAVS IN THE COMMUNITY

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Being a Maverick means being active in the community both on campus and in the Arlington area. With the goal of building leaders in the community, the UT Arlington athletics department and its student-athletes take an active role in community service projects. Among the community service projects include the D.E.A.R. Mavericks (Drop Everything and Read) Program. Student athletes inspire youth from Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie area schools by reading to classes and speaking to groups about the importance of staying in school.

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MAVS IN THE COMMUNITY

● Salvation Army Canned Food Drive (Athletics Dept) ● Strikeout Bone Cancer (Softball) ● Reading to elementary school students (Baseball) ● Helping UT Arlington students move into dorms (Athletics Dept.) ● Hatch Madness (Women’s Basketball Charity Event) ● Dig for the Cure (Volleyball) ● Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness (Women’s Basketball) ● Miracle League Day (Baseball)

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The past two years, UTA student-athletes and coaches participated in the following community activities:

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ATHLETICS HALL OF HONOR

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2010 Hall of Honor inductees (L-to-R:) Christian Jaeger ( 1995-99, Tennis), Tracy Burr-Lemonia (1985-88; Women’s Basketball), Jim Marcum (1967-69, Football), Men’s Tennis SLC Championship Teams (1998-2001).

2010 HALL OF HONOR INDUCTION CLASS

TRACY BURR-LEMONIA Women’s Basketball 1985-88

CHRISTIAN JAEGER Tennis 1995-99

JIM MARCUM Football 1967-69

SLC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS Men’s Tennis 1998-2001

Tracy Burr went on to lead her team in scoring in each of her three seasons which includes a school-record mark of 19.6 points per game in 1987-88. Burr scored at least 300 points each season and registered 530 as a senior which is sixth on the school’s all-time scoring list.

Christian Jaeger helped lead his team to three Southland Conference championships, two of which were conference tournament titles. During this span he set a conference record by being named the Southland’s player of the year three consecutive years.

Jim Marcum led the Rebels with six interceptions and was rated one of the best allaround defensive backs ever coached by Coach Judd Ramsey. Marcum’s outstanding performances didn’t go unnoticed as he earned All-Southland Conference honorable mention accolades.

Under the direction of seventime Southland Conference Coach of the Year Patric DuBois, the teams recorded a 59-35 overall record and a 16-3 Southland Conference mark. The Mavericks dominated their tournament opponents registering six shutout wins, three of which came in the championship.

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HALL OF HONOR MEMBERS

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Burley Bearden ___________FB Coach ____________________1994 Sansiski Daniels _____________TF_______________________1994 Kathy Gunter-Stanfield______VB, WBB, TF, SB __________________1994 Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Willie Thomas ______________ FB ______________________1994 Don Easterling _________ SWIM Coach __________________1993 L.R. “Dink” Ford _____________MBB ______________________1993 Charlie Key ______________FB Coach ____________________1993 Gene Schrickel _____________MBB ______________________1993 H.A.D. “Hoss” Dunsworth_____S-A, Coach, Supporter ________________1992 Trey Hillman _____________ Baseball ____________________1992 Ric Nesbit ________________ SWIM _____________________1992 Bruce Tibbets ______________MBB ______________________1992 Al Culton __________________MBB ______________________1991 James G. “Klepto” Holmes____ FB, MBB, BSB ___________________1991 Gilbert Smith _______________TF_______________________1991 Wayne Coble ______________ FB, TF _____________________1990 Dale Drennan _______________TF_______________________1990 Carl Knox _______________MBB, TN, FB ___________________1990 Skip Butler_________________ FB ______________________1989 Theresa Frederick ___________ VB ______________________1989 Howard Payne Shannon _____BSB, TF _____________________1989 Roy Dewalt ________________ FB ______________________1988 Bobby Lane ____________ A-T, TF Coach __________________1988 Tom Tinker ___________ MBB Coach, AD _________________1988 Mike Baylor ________________ FB ______________________1987 Jody Conradt ________ VB, WBB, SB Coach ________________1987 Derrick Jensen _____________ FB ______________________1987 John Schnable _____________ FB ______________________1987 Dexter Bussey ______________ FB ______________________1985 Calvin Lee _________________ FB ______________________1985 Doug Russell ______________ SWIM _____________________1985 Chena Gilstrap _________ FB Coach, AD __________________1984 TEAMS 1998-2001 Men’s Tennis Teams __________________________2010 1977 Softball Team ____________________________________2008 1990-92 Men’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2007 1967, 68 Men’s Swimming and Diving Teams _______________2006 1995 Women’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2005 1980-81 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 1966, 67 Football Teams ________________________________2004 1998 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1989 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1956, 57 Football Teams ________________________________2003

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Tracy Burr-Lemonia _________ WB ______________________2010 Christian Jaeger ____________ TN ______________________2010 Jim Marcum _______________ FB ______________________2010 Rayla Allison _______________ SB ______________________2009 Mike Barnes _______________ FB ______________________2009 Jeff Burrow ________________ BSB ______________________2009 Jenny Hockett _______________TF_______________________2009 Gary Lewis_________________ FB ______________________2008 Heather Hoy-Martin _________ VB ______________________2008 Dr. Bill Reeves __________ MBB/Admin. __________________2008 Errol Byles __________________TF_______________________2007 Bob Diem _________________ FB ______________________2007 Theresa Noggler-Fangman __________ VB ______________________2007 Tom Beasley ___________ FB/BSB Coach __________________2006 Paul Renfro ________________MBB ______________________2006 B.G. Wilson ________________ BSB ______________________2006 Brenda Woodard____________ SB ______________________2006 Scotty Caldwell _____________ FB ______________________2005 Gwen Clardy-Ross____________TF_______________________2005 Christina Rudiger ___________ VB ______________________2005 Marvin “Butch” McBroom ___ BSB Coach/Admin. _________________2004 Carolyn Smith ______________WBB ______________________2004 Robert Willbanks ___________ FB ______________________2004 Ronald Hancock _____________TF_______________________2003 Eva Jonsson ________________TF_______________________2003 Justin Rowland ______________TF_______________________2003 Shawn Sweeten ____________ VB ______________________2003 Bruce Collie ________________ FB ______________________2002 Angela Nelson-Martinez ______TF_______________________2002 Ralph McPherson ___________MBB ______________________2002 Mike Nau __________________MBB ______________________2002 Fred Arnold ________________ FB ______________________2001 Ron Barnett _______________FB, BSB_____________________2001 Allen Lowes_______________ TF/FB _____________________2001 Katie Weismiller ____________ VB ______________________2001 Lisa Austin __________________TF_______________________2000 Dick Hill ___________________ FB ______________________2000 Monte Stratton ___________ TF Coach ____________________2000 Jimmy Thomas _____________ FB ______________________2000 Ana de Oliveira _____________ VB ______________________1999 Howard Prager _____________ BSB ______________________1999 Glen Throckmorton _________ FB ______________________1999 Larry Dowler ______________ SWIM _____________________1998 Danny Griffin_______________ FB ______________________1998 Brenda Marshall ____________ SB ______________________1998 Willie Brand ________________MBB ______________________1997 Mark Cannon ______________ FB ______________________1997 Lisa Love ________________VB Coach ____________________1997 Joel McCray_________________TF_______________________1997 Ken Ozee __________________ FB ______________________1997 Eddie Stallings _____________MBB ______________________1997 Sara Massey-Bontke __________TF_______________________1996 Paul “Cotton” Mitchell ________MBB ______________________1996 McClinton Neal ______________TF_______________________1996 Cliff Odom_________________ FB ______________________1996 Judd Ramsey_______________ FB ______________________1996 Mary Ridgway ____________VB Coach ____________________1996 Randy Thorpe ____________ Baseball ____________________1996

AD - Athletics Director Admin. - Administration A-T - Athletic Training BSB - Baseball FB - Football MBB - Men’s Basketball S-A - Student Athlete SB - Softball SWIM - Swimming TF - Track and Field TN - Tennis VB - Volleyball

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

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KAREN BORTA News Anchor KTVT-11 Dallas

CHRIS CAGLE Country Music Singer

KALPANA CHAWLA Aerospace Engineer Space Shuttle Columbia

GEN. TOMMY FRANKS Retired General United State Army

TREY HILLMAN Former MLB Manager Kansas City Royals

HUNTER PENCE MLB Player Houston Astros

LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS Actor

ROYCE WEST State of Texas Senator

Keith Alcorn, actor Jimmy Neutron Lillie Biggins, Vice President for Operations - Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth Karen Borta, news anchor, KTVT - Channel 11, Dallas Theron Bowman, Chief of Police, City of Arlington Chris Cagle, Country music singer Brian Chase, NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Kalpana Chawla, aerospace engineer, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Columbia Gen. Tommy Franks, retired General, United States Army Ralph Hawkins, architecture Trey Hillman, Kansas City Royals Manager David Kunkle, Police Chief, City of Dallas Ralph Mendoza, Chief of Police, City of Fort Worth Hunter Pence, Houston Astros Outfielder Lou Diamond Phillips, actor Phil Porter, 18-year Volunteer Social Worker for the AISD Venture School Roland Pryor, Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Economics Vasudev Rangadass, CEO of Net.Orange Gary Trietsch, Houston District Engineer for Texas Department of Transportation Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Energy Transfer Partners, LP David Webster, President and CEO of Kinro Corporation Royce West, State of Texas Senator Jim Wilkinson, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America Morgan Woodward, actor Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Deputy City Manager for Economic Development

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