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2010 UTSA Roadrunners Tennis Media Guide Quick Facts

General Institution_ ______________ The University of Texas at San Antonio Nickname______________________________________ Roadrunners Colors__________________ Orange (1665), navy blue (289) & white Founded______________________________________________ 1969 Enrollment______________________ 29,133 (25,135 undergraduate) President_ _________________________________Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director_______________________________ Lynn Hickey Athletics phone______________________________ 210/458-4161 Ticket office phone___________________________ 210/458-8872 Affiliation__________________________________ NCAA Division I Conference_______________________________________ Southland Coaching Staff Head men’s coach_______________________ Dr. Oliver Trittenwein Alma mater_ _____________________ Texas-Pan American, 1991 Career & UTSA record (years)_ _________________ 110-114 (10) Office phone_ _______________________________ 210/458-4193 Head women’s coach______________________ Erin Boisclair-Scott Alma mater_ ____________________________ Washington, 2003 Career & UTSA record (years)_ ____________________ 38-30 (3) Office phone_ _______________________________ 210/458-4177 Team Information 2009 men’s records____________________________ 8-13 (3-2 SLC) Letterwinners returning/lost______________________________ 6/2 Newcomers______________________________________________ 3 2009 women’s records__________________________ 16-8 (8-3 SLC) Letterwinners returning/lost______________________________ 3/4 Newcomers______________________________________________ 6 History Home facility____________________________ UTSA Tennis Center Capacity_____________________________________________ 800 First year of competition_ ________________ 1982 (men & women) Men’s record since 1992_______________________181-192 (.485) Men’s all-time SLC record_______________________50-36 (.581) NCAA Tournaments_ _____________________________ 1 (2002) Conference championships_______________________________ 2 (2001 Southland Regular Season • 2002 Southland Tournament)

Table of Contents

This is UTSA About UTSA___________________________________________ 2-7 Academic services & life skills_____________________________ 8-9 Career services_ ______________________________________ 10-11 President Dr. Ricardo Romo_ ______________________________ 12 Athletics Director Lynn Hickey_____________________________ 13 Athletics Department staff______________________________ 14-15 Athletic medicine/strength & conditioning________________ 16-17 Roadrunner Athletic Fund/Step Up UTSA________________ 18-19 UTSA Tennis Center/community service_________________ 20-21 The city of San Antonio________________________________ 22-25 Southland Conference____________________________________ 26 Information 2010 schedule/rosters_____________________________________ 28 2010 Roadrunners________________________________________ 29 Media information/goUTSA.com___________________________ 30 Meet the Roadrunners Men’s returnees_______________________________________ 32-36 Men’s newcomers________________________________________ 37 Women’s returnees____________________________________ 38-39 Women’s newcomers_ _________________________________ 40-41 Men’s Head Coach Dr. Oliver Trittenwein____________________ 42 Women’s Head Coach Erin Boisclair-Scott_ __________________ 43 Assistant Coaches________________________________________ 44 History 2009 season results_________________________________ 46-49 Honor rolls________________________________________ 50-53 Southland Conference Championship teams_ _____________ 54 All-time letterwinners_ ________________________________ 55

Women’s record since 1992____________________225-146 (.606) Women’s all-time SLC record___________________123-48 (.719) NCAA Tournaments_ _____________________________ 1 (2002) Conference championships_______________________________ 3 (1998 SLC Regular Season • 2002 SLC Tournament • 2003 SLC Regular Season)

Sports Information Assistant Director (tennis contact)________________ Carlos Valdez Email_______________________________ carlos.valdez@utsa.edu Office phone_ _______________________________ 210/458-4930 Cell phone__________________________________ 210/887-1999 Fax________________________________________ 210/458-4569 Sports Information Director_____________________ Kyle Stephens Associate Director_ _________________________ Brian Hernandez Mailing address_______ One UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249 Web site_______________________________________goUTSA.com

The 2010 UTSA Tennis Media Guide was written and designed by Associate SID Brian Hernandez with assistance from Sports Information Director Kyle Stephens, Assistant SID Carlos Valdez and student assistants Arielle Andres and Greg Ruder. Photos by Jeff Huehn of Lazy J Photography and Mark McClendon of UTSA Photographic Services. Printing provided by the Watermark Group of San Antonio, Texas.

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The University of Texas at San Antonio was founded by the 61st Legislature on June 5, 1969.

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UTSA serves the San Antonio and South Texas through programs and services offered from its three campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus and Hemisfair Park Campus. With more than 29,000 students enrolled in 133 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, UTSA is the second-largest higher-education institution in The University of Texas System and has been one of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade. UTSA listed an enrollment of 29,133 (25,135 undergraduates) in Fall 2009, making it the seventh-largest school in the state of Texas. UTSA offers 64 bachelor’s, 48 master’s and 21 doctoral degree programs in the colleges of Architecture, Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and in the Graduate School.

Dr. Ricardo Romo, a San Antonio native, became UTSA’s fifth president in 1999 and is the first Hispanic president in the university’s 40-year history.

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The university’s three campuses provide access and opportunity for large numbers of historically underserved students. More than 57 percent of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university. As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 76,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974.

In 1973 construction began on UTSA’s original campus, now known as the Main Campus, on a 600-acre tract in the rolling foothills of San Antonio’s northwest side

The University as had 55 Fulbright Scholars and 98 percent of the tenured or tenure-track faculty have doctorates or terminal degrees in their fields. In fiscal year 2008-09, UTSA was awarded more than $67 million for research expenditures and other sponsored programs, a 34 percent increase over last year. The University continues to grow. In the past five years, UTSA increased the size of the Downtown Campus to 18 acres and acquired an additional 125 acres of land near the Main Campus to accommodate the proposed Park West Athletics Complex.



UTSA opened the 11-acre Downtown Campus in 1997.


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M i s s i o n Stat e m e n t

The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions, serving as a center for intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development for Texas, the nation and the world.

University Center Sources: Wikipedia The Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building is one of the largest and most sophisticated science facilities at any institution of higher education in Texas.

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$67 a 34 over year.

UTSA has plans for $265 million in construction over the next several years. The University recently received funding from the Texas Legislature for an $82 million building for the College of Engineering, where enrollment has grown more than 90 percent in six years.




C am p u s L i f e Laurel Village UTSA has four housing complexes on its Main Campus offering several styles of group living. On-campus housing accommodates approximately 3,700 students. Students living on-campus are close to classrooms, the student center, food courts, library, athletics facilities and the student recreation center. Chaparral Village and Laurel Village are the two newest on-campus residences and both offer two- and fourbedroom suites with cable television, high speed Internet and kitchenettes, study rooms, a computer lab, a swimming pool and basketball courts.

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The UTSA Library provides both electronic and physical access to information resources and services including a collection of 742,000 volumes, 2,300 periodical subscriptions, 30,000 electronic journals, 48,000 electronic books, approximately 300 electronic databases as well as manuscripts, maps, media and microforms. 


The Recreation and Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art 300,000 squarefoot facility housing a wide variety of programs and facilities from fitness and aquatics centers, basketball, racquetball and beach volleyball courts to massage studios and a rock-climbing wall.

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Sources: Wikipedia UTSA students, faculty and staff have many options for dining on campus.

Real Food on Campus at Roadrunner CafĂŠ, located adjacent to Chaparral Village, is an all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant that includes a deli, brick oven pizza and stir-fry.

Other on-campus dining options include Smoothie King inside the Recreation and Wellness Center, Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Biotechnology, Sciences & Engineering Building, Extreme Pita in the Business Building and a Subway, Grille Works and C3 Convenience Store at the Downtown Campus.

The University Center (UC) Food Court houses Taco Cabana, Panda Express, Grille Works and Burger King, while Starbucks, Subway and a C3 Convenience Store are a short walk away.

The John Peace Library (JPL) Food Court houses Chick-filA, Sushic-The Sushi Company, Montague’s Deli, Freshens Frozen Treats, Bene Pizza & Pasta and a C3 Convenience Store. 


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The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center received the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association’s Outstanding Facility Award in 2009.

Campus Recreation The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center is one of the largest campus recreation centers in the state of Texas, containing nearly 300,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The facility consists of six program areas — fitness and wellness, open recreation, intramural sports, club sports, outdoor pursuits and aquatics.

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center houses more than 24,000 square feet of weight and cardio space.

Campus Recreation offers personal training, fitness assessments, nutritional guidance and group exercise for no additional fee. Group exercise consists of more than 25 classes ranging from yoga to kickboxing. 


The 18,000 square-foot cardio room features numerous machines ranging from treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bikes to rowers and spin bikes.

The Outdoor Aquatics Center features a three-lane lap pool, leisure pool, lazy river, hot tubs, ample lounge space, a pair of beach volleyball courts and a basketball court.

The jogging track, one-sixth of a mile in length, circles above four regulation basketball courts.

The 54-foot rockclimbing wall is the largest of its kind on any campus in the state of Texas.




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M i s s i o n S tat e m e n t Team Academics was established in order to provide academic services for student-athletes. We provide the necessary academic support services for all studentathletes to be successful in the classroom and pursue an undergraduate degree while competing as an athlete. The center is dedicated to the academic and personal development of all student-athletes. Consistent with the mission of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Athletics Department is committed to provide an environment in which student-athletes can be successful academically, athletically and socially. In doing so, the department dedicates itself to absolute compliance with the rules of the University of Texas System, the university, the Southland Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

V i s i o n S tat e m e n t The UTSA Athletics Department will be successful in its mission when … • Student-athletes achieve academically and compete athletically at the highest level and are prepared with skills for life. • It achieves a level of social responsibility, honesty and integrity higher than is expected by the public and is required by laws, policies, guidelines and rules. • Athletics is the focal point for school identity, pride and spirit among students, faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community. • The community benefits from public service, affordable entertainment and economic growth derived from athletics.

Academic Success UTSA student-athletes have earned numerous academic awards in the past seven years. Twenty-two Roadrunners have been named Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports, the league’s top honor, for academic and athletics success. UTSA has had five student-athletes chosen as an CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American, one of the top honors that can be bestowed upon a collegiate athlete, while 25 have earned Academic All-District VI accolades. Since 2003, 463 student-athletes have been named to the Southland Commissioner’s Honor Roll, including 98 in the 2008-09 academic year. 


Academics In April 2009, a state-of-the-art academic learning center opened its doors to UTSA student-athletes. The 4,000 square-foot Student-Athlete Academic Center houses five study carrels, two large conference rooms, a classroom, computer lab and office space for the Academic Services staff.

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C ar i Goodye ar A ss i s t a n t A D / A ca d e m i c S e r v i c e s

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ari Goodyear is in her seventh year as assistant athletics director for academic services. Goodyear oversees academic support services for the entire athleticsdepartment. During her tenure at UTSA, her department has seen the addition of a permanent study hall, a tutor and mentor program for student-athletes, an expansion of the full-time academic staff and the opening of the UTSA Student-Athlete Academic Center. In the last six academic years, 19 Roadrunners have garnered Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year honors. Goodyear came to UTSA from Texas Tech, where she served as assistant director for athletics academic services for three years and as an academic counselor from 1995-99. She also was an academic advisor at Arkansas State from 1993-95. She began her career in academics as a graduate assistant in athletics advising at Texas State in 1990 and remained in that role until 1993. Goodyear then served as an academic counseling intern at Texas in spring 1993. Goodyear earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Texas in 1990 and her master’s in developmental education from Texas State in 1998. The Austin native and her husband, Gary, have two daughters, Bailey and Libby.

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C o n n e c t i n g UTSA Student-Athletes t o C a r e e r Development Resources

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“There are more than 380,000 student-athletes and most of them go pro in something other than sports.” — NCAA Public Service Announcement The mission of the UTSA University Career Center is to assist students and alumni in identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue lifelong career goals. The Career Center provides comprehensive career planning, job search skill development and a wide range of tools and resources designed to assist students and alumni in conducting a successful job search. The Career Center’s Web site, utsa.edu/careercenter, contains full-time professional, internship, co-op, work-study and part-time job listings, which are updated daily. Dozens of employers visit campus each year to interview UTSA students for full-time professional positions, as well as intern, co-op and other jobs. Multiple career fairs are held each semester and are attended by hundreds of employers from a variety of disciplines. These events offer information on full- and part-time jobs, internships and more. The Career Center employs a total of 11 career counselors, one of which, Stefanie Cisneros, is dedicated to serving student-athletes at UTSA. Individual career counseling appointments are available with counselors to discuss any aspect of your career development. They will use a variety of methods to help you learn more about career interests, including free online career assessments. In addition, career counselors can assist you in developing job search skills such as resumé writing, interview preparation and networking skills. Throughout the year, a variety of workshops are offered on various career-related topics, including several designed specifically for student-athletes.

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Why do employers seek student-athletes?

Student-Athletes possess many of the skills and abilities, which are often sought by organization recruiters. Characteristics such as mental toughness, self-confidence, and performing under pressure are needed to be successful in any workplace. Listed below are additional qualities athletes can transfer from the playing field into the workplace. TEN QUALITIES OF TEAM PLAY ERS • Time management • Teamwork • Goal-directed • Competitive • Confidence • Persistence and endurance • Loyalty • Discipline • Ability to accept constructive criticism • Resilience Adapted from: Bohac, Jennifer. Career Game Plan for Student-Athletes, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000.


Services Career Center Partner Organizations

Hundreds of employers converge on the UTSA campus each year to participate in career fairs, information sessions and networking events and as guest speakers for workshops and in classrooms. Listed below is a sampling of just a few of the organizations with which the Career Center partners. Organizations marked with an asterisk have previously hired UTSA student-athletes for internships or full-time positions. AT&T * bp Energy * Capital Group Companies CPS Energy Deloitte and Touche, LLP * Enterprise * Ernst & Young LLP Frost Bank Harlandale ISD HEB Hyatt Hotels and Resorts * Judson ISD * KPMG LLP Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment * Medtronic * Microsoft Corporation NASA National Security Agency New York Life Northeast ISD Northrop Grumman Northside ISD Northwestern Mutual NuStar Energy Padgett Stratemann & Co., LLP Pape-Dawson Pepsi Bottling Group Planto Roe Financial Services, Inc. Raytheon San Antonio ISD Sapient Financial Group Southwest ISD Southwest Research Institute South San Antonio ISD Sportball Systems, Inc. Spurs Sports and Entertainment Target Corporation * TCEQ Tesoro Companies, Inc. Toyota Union Pacific Railroad United States Census Bureau United States CIA United States Department of State United States FBI United States Marshals USAA Valero Energy Corporation Veteran’s Administration Walgreens * Walt Disney World Wells Fargo Westin YMCA Zachry Holdings, Inc.

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St e f a n i e Cisneros Student-Athlete Career Counselor

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tefanie Cisneros is in her second year as career counselor for all UTSA student-athletes and her ninth year as a staff member of the UTSA Career Center Office. During her tenure, Cisneros has had the opportunity to speak to national audiences through professional presentations at the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers Annual Conference, the American Humanics Management Institute, the California Association for Counseling and Development Regional Conference and as a co-presenter at the National Careers Conference. Her most recent presentation, “Transfer the Magic from Playing Field to Career Field”, addressed the career development needs of student-athletes and best practices for working effectively with student-athlete populations and athletic departments. Cisneros is currently involved in several professional organizations, including memberships in the National Career Development Association (NCDA), Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE), National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association (TXCEIA). Cisneros graduated from UTSA in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and completed a master of arts degree in community counseling from UTSA in 2008. 11


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i c a r d o Romo became the fifth president of The University of Texas at San Antonio in May 1999. As president, he leads one of the fastest-growing institutions of higher education in Texas and the nation. UTSA, under his leadership, is now poised to become the state’s next premier research university. Romo has led strategic efforts to enhance both access to education and excellence in scholarship and service at the university. During Romo’s tenure, UTSA’s enrollment has grown nearly 50 percent, and the university has added numerous programs and facilities to enhance student life. He also has implemented new student support programs designed to help students succeed at earning a university degree. The number of advisers has tripled, and UTSA, with nearly 28,500 students in 2008, is recognized as a leader in Closing the Gaps, a statewide initiative by the Legislature to enroll more Texans in higher education. A native of San Antonio’s West Side, Romo graduated from Fox Tech High School and attended the University of Texas at Austin on a track scholarship. He served as captain of the track and cross country team and earned All-America honors in 1966. Romo was the first Texan to run the mile in less than four minutes, and he held the school record in the event until Spring 2008. Romo earned a B.S. degree in education. He holds a master’s degree in history from Loyola Marymount University and a Ph.D. in history from UCLA. A nationally respected urban historian, Romo is the author of East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio, which is now in its ninth printing (one in Spanish). In 1980, Romo returned to UT Austin to teach history before becoming a vice provost for undergraduate education. In 2002, former President George W. Bush appointed him to the President’s Board of Advisers on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In 2004, former Secretary of State Colin Powell appointed Romo as a U.S. representative to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, and in 2005, Romo was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio branch, and was reappointed in 2007. Romo currently serves as the vice chair. In 2006, Romo was honored by the UT Austin Friar

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Members of the 2001 San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Class from left to right: Robert Quiroga, Rudy Davalos, Nelson Wolff and Dr. Ricardo Romo Society as Outstanding Friar Alumnus. He was elected Chairman of the Board for the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (the largest U.S. Hispanic Chamber organization) for 2006. In 2007, Gov. Rick Perry appointed Romo to serve on the Commission for College Ready Texas. He serves on nearly 20 boards, many of them in San Antonio. He is active on several museum boards and is especially proud of his work with the United Way. Romo is married to Dr. Harriett Romo, an Associate Professor of Sociology at UTSA. She also serves as director of UTSA’s Mexico Center and works with the the Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI). They have one son, Carlos, who graduated from Stanford University and The University of Texas School of Law. Their daughter, Anadelia, attended Princeton as an undergraduate and received a doctoral degree from Harvard University and presently teaches at Texas State University. Romo has received many honors during his academic career, one of the most recent recognitions was the Isabel la Catolica award, the highest award given to non-Spanish subjects, bestowed upon him by King Juan Carlos of Spain.


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ynn Hickey has made student-athlete welfare one of her top priorities as she continues to work to bring the UTSA Athletics Department to the upper echelon of the NCAA Division I standings. Under Hickey’s direction the last nine years, UTSA has claimed three Southland Conference all-sports championships while consistently winning both team and individual awards in all 16 sports sponsored by the university. On Dec. 18, 2008, UTSA’s Athletics Initiative Business Plan was approved by the UT System Board of Regents, granting permission to start a football program. Hickey made a splash with the hiring of the first-ever head football coach, as two-time National Coach of the Year Larry Coker was introduced on March 6, 2009. Hickey has led the charge for UTSA and its hosting of numerous NCAA Championship events. Since her arrival on campus, UTSA has served as host institution for the 2001 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional, 2002 Women’s Final Four, 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2004 Men’s Final Four, 2005 Women’s Volleyball Championship, 2006 Women’s Basketball South Regional, 2007 Men’s Basketball South Regional and 2008 Men’s Final Four and will host the 2010 Women’s Final Four, 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional and 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship. When the calendar is turned to 2012, UTSA will have hosted 13 NCAA Championship events in a 14-year period. In 2007, Hickey was named to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, one of the most prestigious appointments in all of collegiate athletics. The 10-member committee oversees administration of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, including the selection and seeding of teams for the tournament. Hickey became just the second female ever selected to the committee, joining UNC Charlotte Athletics Director Judy Rose (1999-2003). Hickey has been honored nationally for her hard work at UTSA. She was named the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators 2005 Division I-AAA Administrator of the Year. Hickey earned her second national award in June 2006 as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA)/GeneralSports TURF Systems Division I-AAA West Region AD of the Year (ADOY). She also was selected to and completed the Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County. In serving as the fourth athletics director in UTSA history, Hickey assumed the lead athletics role at one of the youngest NCAA Division I universities in the country (UTSA began athletics competition in 1981). The only female Division I athletics director that oversees both men’s and women’s sports in the state of Texas, she served as President of the Southland Conference from 2002-04 and as the SLC’s representative to the

NCAA Championship/ Competition Cabinet. “It has been an exciting nine years,” said Hickey, who served on the Women’s Basketball Rules Committee from 2003-06, the last two as Chair. “We have made some good strides to bring the program to prominence nationally. San Antonio is an outstanding city and is a tremendous asset to the unlimited potential of the UTSA athletics program.” Hickey came to San Antonio from Texas A&M University, where she served as senior associate athletic director/senior woman administrator since 1994. At Texas A&M, her responsibilities included event management and marketing and promotions for 16 of the university’s 19 Division I sports. She also represented the Big 12 Conference as a member of the NCAA Championship Cabinet. From 1984-94, Hickey served as head women’s basketball coach for Texas A&M. She directed the 1993-94 Aggies basketball team to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, becoming the lowest-seeded team to ever reach that milestone. Texas A&M finished the year ranked No. 19 in the CNN/USA Today Top 25 poll. Following the season, Hickey relinquished her coaching duties to accept the promotion to senior associate athletic director. She finished her coaching career with an overall mark of 279-167 in 15 years of collegiate coaching. Before her stint at A&M, Hickey was head women’s basketball coach at Kansas State University from 1979-84. She averaged more than 23 wins per season in posting a 12539 (.762) record over five years and led the Wildcats to five consecutive NCAA Tournament berths. She was inducted into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame in September 2004. A native of Welch, Okla., Hickey graduated summa cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark., with a bachelor’s degree in education. She was an AllAmerican for OBU’s nationally-ranked basketball team and a member of the USA National Team in 1973. Hickey and her husband, Bill, have one daughter, Lauren Nicole, who plays basketball at Trinity University. 13


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Elizabeth Dalton Deputy AD Internal Affairs/SWA

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Jim Sarra Deputy AD Administration

Ross Cobb Sr. Associate AD Business & Facilities

Brad Parrott Sr. Associate AD External Affairs

Jerry Greeson Associate AD Athletic Medicine

Josh Daume Assistant AD Compliance

Cari Goodyear Assistant AD Academic Services

Andrew Haring Assistant AD Development

Deby Bailey Business Manager

Brenna Ellis Associate Athletic Trainer

Denise Fitzpatrick Marketing Coordinator

Brian Fox Ticket Manager

Lara Goldmann Administrative Associate

Patrick Grant Director of Facilities

Brian Hernandez Associate Sports Information Director

Bill Hickey Life Skills Coordinator

Luke Johnson Facilities Coordinator

Dee Kennedy Learning Coordinator

Farrah Manthei Compliance Assistant

Dr. Gregg Michel Faculty Representative

Wesley Moss Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lisa Padron Administrative Associate

Kerith Stanton Academic Advisor


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Kyle Stephens Sports Information Director

Hajime Takashima Assistant Athletic Trainer

Terre Torres Administrative Assistant

Carlos Valdez Assistant Sports Information Director

Terese Wagner Administrative Associate

Head Coaches

Steve Ballard Soccer

Erin Boisclair Women’s Tennis

Larry Coker Football

Lori Cook Softball

Michael Cox Strength & Conditioning

John Knauer Men’s Golf

Aaron Fox Cross Country/ Track & Field

Laura Groff Voleyball

Carrie Cole Women’s Golf

Sherman Corbett Baseball

Melissa Martinez Rae Rippetoe-Blair Spirit Women’s Program Basketball

Consulting Physicians

Brooks Thompson Dr. Oliver Trittenwein Men’s Men’s Basketball Tennis

Dr. Jaime Garza Medical Consultant

Dr. Jorge Gomez Sports Medicine

Dr. Richard Holcomb Team Physician

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he UTSA Athletic Training Department is committed to providing the highest standard of sports medicine care to all Roadrunners student-athletes. This includes education, prevention, evaluation, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses associated with athletic participation. Referral necessary for additional medical and psychological evaluation and treatment is also provided. The athletics training staff is dedicated to this mission and compliance with UTSA, Southland Conference and NCAA rules and regulations. The UTSA training staff works under the direction of Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Medicine, Jerry Greeson. All of the physicians that work with the training staff come from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School and those physicians, along with selected non-physicians, compose the sports medicine team. The training staff is responsible for the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, taping and wrapping procedures, emergency situations should they occur, attendance of practices and home and away events that occur to 17 intercollegiate sports.

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Jerry Greeson

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UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center, which has state-of-theart therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give them the best care available.


Strength & Conditioning UTSA student-athletes are running faster and getting stronger thanks to a commitment to an enhanced strength and conditioning program and a new weight room completed in 2005.

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The mission of the UTSA Strength & Conditioning staff is the improvement of athletic performance. This is done through structured programs of lifting and conditioning and the prevention/ reduction of athletic injuries. Utilizing a variety of techniques ranging from Olympic lifts and core work to sports-specific lifts, we strive for a continual improvement in strength, power, speed, agility and flexibility. Through scientifically-based and researchbacked developed programs, we attempt to maximize an individual’s and teams’ performance.

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R oa d ru n ne r Ath le tic Fund Join the team that is building new traditions The Roadrunner Athletic Fund is a non-profit organization that raises private funds to support UTSA’s 17 intercollegiate athletic programs. Its mission is to effectively build and sustain quality relationships with alumni, friends and constituents of UTSA Athletics, which in turn, will provide the resources necessary for Roadrunners student-athletes to achieve success and competitive excellence – academically, socially, and athletically. Donors to the Roadrunner Athletic Fund take pride in having a direct and significant impact on the lives and success of our student-athletes. Whether they are alums or fans — near San Antonio or beyond — the loyal support of our donors is critical in helping these young people meet the high academic expectations at UTSA and compete for championships. In appreciation for their generosity, Roadrunner Athletic Fund donors are eligible to receive benefits such as ticket discounts and privileges, hospitality, special recognition, communications and invitations. Roadrunner Athletic Fund donors will also have first priority and access to the best seats in the Alamodome for UTSA Football games! For more information and to join the Roadrunner Athletic Fund and become an important member of our UTSA Athletics Family, please contact Executive Director Andrew Haring at 210/458-4665 or visit goUTSA.com.

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How Your Gift Will Help

Donate Today! Your contribution to this $15 million campaign will take UTSA Athletics to the next level by: 4 Raising the national profile of UTSA Athletics 4 Adding an NCAA Divison I Football Program 4 Developing a state-of-the-art athletic complex.

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UTSA Tennis Center • Complete with 10 lighted Laykold courts, facility can host 800 spectators and has a six-to-eight-person practice area, complete with warm-up backboards • Has hosted the Southland Conference Men’s and Women’s Championships on 10 different occassions • Underwent facelift that included upgraded stands, covered seating for fans, court resurfacing, new fencing and wind screens along with locker room and coaches offices improvements prior to the 2005 season • Courts were resurfaced again in Fall 2009. • The “Patio Club” debuted in 2001-02 and seats are available for puchase during the year.

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Community Service

Roadrunnners For Education is an innovative program designed to foster positive attitudes among elementary, middle school and high school students while allowing UTSA student-athletes to serve as role models. This is one small way for the student-athletes to give something back to the community that supports Roadrunners Athletics. UTSA strives to develop each student-athlete into productive citizens away from the playing field.

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San Antonio has a population of more than 1.3 million, making it the nation’s seventh-largest city. San Antonio was the fifth-fastest growing city in the country from 2007-08. With more than 26 million visitors per year, San Antonio is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. San Antonio boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo (1), The River Walk (2), SeaWorld® San Antonio (4), Six Flags® Fiesta Texas® (13) and San Antonio Zoo (14). Settled in 1731, San Antonio is one of the American West’s oldest cities and its rich history surfaces in its architecture, neighborhoods, food, culture and traditions. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, San Antonio is an ideal destination year round. San Antonio has 68 miles of urban hike and bike trails and more than 11,000 acres of urban parks.

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San Antonio boasts one of the largest military concentrations in the country with Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base located in the city. San Antonio is home to five Fortune 500 companies: Valero Energy, Tesoro Petroleum, Clear Channel Communications, USAA and NuStar Energy. The largest medical research and care provider in South Texas, the South Texas Medical Center, calls San Antonio home. San Antonio is a sports town, as it is home to four professional sports franchises: the four-time NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs, the WNBA’s Silver Stars, the American Hockey League’s Rampage and the San Diego Padres’ Double-A affiliate Missions. San Antonio is a sports destination, as it annually hosts the Valero Alamo Bowl, the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl, the PGA Tour’s Valero Texas Open and the Champions Tour’s AT&T Championship. The city also has hosted three NCAA Men’s Final Fours, two Women’s Final Fours, five NCAA Basketball Regionals and three Big 12 Football Championship Games. Sources: San Antonio Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, Wikipedia

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San Antonio A D e s t i n at i o n C i t y It’s easy to see why more than 26 million people visit San Antonio each year. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, the nation’s

Schlitterbahn, in nearby New Braunfels, is the world’s top-ranked waterpark.

seventh-largest city is an ideal destination year round. The Alamo City boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo (1), The River Walk (2), SeaWorld San Antonio (4), Six Flags Fiesta Texas (13) and the San Antonio Zoo (14).

Two of the nation’s top theme parks, SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, call San Antonio home.

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The Alamo is one of five Spanish missions built along the San Antonio River between 1718-31.

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The River Walk is the secondmost visited tourist attraction in the state of Texas.

Hundreds of hotels, restaurants, night spots and shops line the city’s urban core, including the magical River Walk.

The Museum Reach, a new $72.1 million expansion of The River Walk, was completed in May 2009.

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S o ut h la n d C o n f e r e n c e

n an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators more than 45 years ago, the Southland has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. On July 1, 2006, the Southland Conference commemorated another milestone, as the league membership reached 12, marking the largest configuration ever for the organization. The addition of Central Arkansas and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi expanded the Southland into the Little Rock metropolitan area and into the eighth-largest city in Texas. UCA and A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland in innumerable ways, including athletics and academic successes, strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and media coverage. In addition to its two newest members, the league lineup also consists of Lamar, McNeese State, Nicholls, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses more than 160,000 current students and an alumni base of approximately 700,000. Famous alums include NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), U.S. Central Command general Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), President Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas State), actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas), CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), ABC news and sports anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana) and country music star George Strait (Texas State). The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive,

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ranging from international business and cultural centers such as the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, San Antonio and the New Orleans area, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of students from the metropolitan areas of Austin, Baton Rouge, Houston, Little Rock and Shreveport. The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and indoor and outdoor track & field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and volleyball. The Conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA Championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field and volleyball. Southland tennis has experienced national prominence. UT Arlington’s All-American Andy Leber was the 2002 ITA/Ted Farnsworth National Senior Co-Player of the Year. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 40 consecutive league matches from 2005-09. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletics success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for studentathletes, the Southland and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership.


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2010 Schedules & Rosters Date Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 5 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 14 March 16 March 18 March 26 March 27 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 10 April 12 April 23-25

Men’s Schedule

Opponent Time (CT) Prairie View A&M 2 p.m. Laredo Community College 10 a.m. Texas-Pan American ^ 10 a.m. St. Edward’s 1 p.m. at South Florida 1 p.m. vs. Florida Atlantic 1 p.m. at Texas 6 p.m. Abilene Christian 10 a.m. Oregon 10 a.m. UAB 10 a.m. New Mexico State 12 p.m. Saint Louis 2 p.m. at New Orleans 2 p.m. at Tulane 2 p.m. at Nicholls ^ 1:30 p.m. at Texas Tech 1:30 p.m. vs. New Mexico TBA vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 3 p.m. at Lamar ^ 1 p.m. at Texas A&M 12 p.m. at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ^ 12 p.m. UT Arlington ^ 12 p.m. Southland Conference Tournament TBA

Date Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 2 March 6 March 7 March 13 March 14 March 27 March 28 April 2 April 3 April 10 April 23-25

Women’s Schedule

Opponent Time (CT) at North Texas 12 p.m. vs. Montana State 9 a.m. vs. UMKC 5 p.m. vs. Montana 1 p.m. at Air Force 1 p.m. Abilene Christian 11 a.m. St. Edward’s 11 a.m. at Sam Houston State ^ 11 a.m. at Stephen F. Austin ^ 11 a.m. Southeastern Louisiana ^ 10 a.m. UT Arlington ^ 11 a.m. Texas State ^ 11 a.m. at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ^ 2 p.m. at Texas-Pan American 10 a.m. at Central Arkansas ^ 11 a.m. at Northwestern State ^ 11 a.m. Lamar ^ 11 a.m. McNeese State ^ 11 a.m. Nicholls ^ 11 a.m. Southland Conference Tournament TBA

^ Southland Conference match all dates & times tentative and subject to change home matches in bold and played at the UTSA Tennis Center

^ Southland Conference match all dates & times tentative and subject to change home matches in bold and played at the UTSA Tennis Center

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Men’s Roster

Women’s Roster

Name Ht. Wt. Year Hometown (High School/Previous School) Martin Ayala_______6-0_ _ 150__ Fr.-HS_ _________Quito, Ecuador (Sek Los Valles)

Name Ht. Year Hometown (High School) Sarah Adams_________ 5-11_ __ Fr.-HS____ Hamilton, New Zealand (St. Peters Cambridge)

Tyler Brown_______ 5-11__ 155__ Fr.-HS_ ___ New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels HS)

Vivian Carrillo________ 5-4____ Fr.-HS_____ The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

Jorge Delgado_ _____5-9_ _ 165__ Sr.-1L____________ El Paso, Texas (Blessed Hope Academy/Louisiana-Lafayette)

Caroline Dedering ____ 5-9 _ __ Jr.-2L ________ Stockholm, Sweden (Kungsholmens Gymnasium)

Hugo Guanais_____ 5-11__ 140__ Fr.-HS_ ___________Recife, Brazil (Objetivo)

Mariel Maffezzolli_____ 5-8____ Fr.-HS____________Brusque, Brazil (Colegio Sao Luis)

Shariq Khan_______ 5-11 150 __ So.-1L_ ______ Sugar Land, Texas (Austin HS/Prairie View A&M)

Kavya Menon_________ 5-3____ Fr.-HS______________ Plano, Texas (Plano HS)

Daniel Moreiras ____6-0 __ 185 ___Jr.-2L _ _____ San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS)

Katie Ottenbreit_ _____ 5-9____ So.-1L___________ Kamloops, B.C. (Valleyview Secondary)

Rodrigo Morgado ___6-0 __ 185 __ Sr. -3L_ _ Balneário Camboriú, Brazil (Colegio Radical)

Micaela Silva_________ 5-11_ __ So.-1L ______________ Lima, Peru (Colegio Alexander von Humboldt)

Max Stratmann ____5-7_ _ 160 ___Jr.-2L _ ________ Bonn, Germany (Carl Von Ossietzky Gymnasium)

Lauren Springer_ _____ 5-9____ Fr.-RS ____________ Austin, Texas (Westlake HS)

Pedro Zanotelli_____6-0_ _ 175__ So.-1L_ ________ Fortaleza, Brazil (Colegio Sonta Cecilia)

Nicci Yvanovich______ 5-6____ Fr.-HS__________Santa Cruz, Calif. (Aptos HS)

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Back row (l-r): Head Coach Dr. Oliver Trittenwein, Rodrigo Morgado, Pedro Zanotelli, Jorge Delgado, Martin Ayala, Max Stratmann, Daniel Moreiras, Team Manager Henry Akono. Front row (l-r): Hugo Guanais, Shariq Khan, Tyler Brown

Back row (l-r): Head coach Erin Boisclair-Scott, Mariel Maffezzolli, Nicci Yanovich, Kavya Menon, Vivian Carrillo, Student Assistant Coach Monika Drabkova. Front row (l-r): Micaela Silva, Katie Ottenbreit, Lauren Springer, Sarah Adams, Caroline Dedering.

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Media Information Media Coverage The UTSA Sports Information office assists members of the media with their coverage of all Roadrunners sports by providing player and coach interviews, feature ideas, pregame notes and updated statistics. In addition to the 2009 tennis media guide, media members may check UTSA’s official athletics Web site, goUTSA.com, for the latest information on all of the department’s 17 sports. Interviews All interviews with coaches and studentathletes must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance by contacting Assistant SID Carlos Valdez. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis at a time that is convenient for the coach or student-athlete. Post-match interviews with coaches and players will be conducted courtside following a 10minute “cooling off” period. Practices UTSA welcomes all media to attend tennis practices during the season. Please call the sports information office for practice times and requests for interviews. In most cases, coaches and student-athletes are available before and after practice. We Are UTSA When referencing University of Texas at San Antonio Athletics, please use the acronym UTSA and the nickname Roadrunners. Please refrain from using Texas-San Antonio, UT-San Antonio, UT-SA or any other variations.

Carlos Valdez Assistant SID/Tennis Contact Email: carlos.valdez@utsa.edu Office: 210/458-4930 Cell: 210/887-1999 Fax: 210/458-4569

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Meet the Roadrunners Jorge Delgado

5-9 • 165 • Sr.-1L El Paso, Texas (Blessed Hope Academy/ Louisiana-Lafayette) Junior (2009) Tabbed Southland Conference Player of the Week on March 10 after going perfect 4-0 at UT Arlington and #43 TCU … had match-clinching win against Mavericks (March 6) … tied for second on the squad with nine singles victories … went 5-3 at the No. 6 slot … posted 10 doubles triumphs … teamed with Daniel Moreiras for a 7-3 record at the No. 3 position … duo recorded a six-match winning streak from Feb. 22-March 26 and won seven of their last nine doubles contests. Prior to UTSA (2007-08) Two-year letterman at Louisiana-Lafayette … posted an 8-11 record in singles and 7-9 mark in doubles as a a sophomore … a perfect 3-0 at No. 4 singles … was 10-8 as a freshman in singles play … added three doubles victories. High School Four-year letterwinner at Blessed Hope Academy in San Antonio … named 2005 Athlete of the Year … played in several high-profile tournaments. Personal Born May 9, 1988, in El Paso, Texas … son of Jorge and Maricruz Delgado … has an older sister, Erika … majoring in finance.

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Year 2009 Totals

Delgado’s career records Singles Doubles 9-11 (2-3 SLC) 10-8 (3-1 SLC) 9-11 (2-3 SLC) 10-8 (3-1 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Rodrigo Morgado

6-0 • 185 • Sr.-3L Balneário Camboriú, Brazil (Colegio Radical) Junior (2009) Collected 10 doubles victories and was victorious nine times in singles play … earned Southland Conference Player of the Week honors on Jan. 20 after recording wins in singles and doubles action in team’s season-opening shutout victory at Prairie View A&M (Jan. 15) … paired with Andre Moreira to achieve national doubles ranking of No. 75 in April … tandem posted seven wins and defeated three ranked opponents during season … recorded perfect 2-0 ledger at No. 2 singles … registered a 5-3 doubles record with Daniel Moreiras, including a 5-2 mark at No. 2. Sophomore (2008) Picked up first-team All-Southland honors at No. 2 doubles with Daniel Moreiras … pair teamed up to post a perfect 6-0 record, including 3-0 in league matches … recorded 10 doubles victories and won his final five contests … added 11 wins in singles, spending all his time at the Nos. 1 and 2 spots … won five of his final seven matches. Freshman (2007) Earned first-team All-Southland honors at No. 2 singles and was named the league’s Freshman of the Year … tied for the team lead with 15 victories in singles play (15-7) … was 12-2 at the No. 2 position … posted a perfect 6-0 mark in conference play … had a pair of fivematch win streaks (Feb. 17-March 3/March 8-24) … victorious in nine of his last 11 matches that were completed … added 10 wins in doubles play. High School Played for Ivan Kley and Patrício Arnould … the sixth-seeded Brazilian in the 16-year-old age bracket in 2003 … won several national tournaments and was champion in Porto Seguo in 2003 … also played soccer. Personal Born July 3, 1987, in Balneário Camboriú, Brazil … son of Flávio and Paraguacú Morgado … has one brother, Bruno, and a sister, Flávia … enjoys playing soccer and watching movies in his spare time … majoring in business management.

Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Morgado’s career records Singles Doubles 15-7 (6-0 SLC) 10-12 (0-5 SLC) 11-11 (4-2 SLC) 10-11 (4-2 SLC) 9-11 (3-2 SLC) 12-8 (1-3 SLC) 35-29 (13-4 SLC) 32-31 (5-10 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Daniel Moreiras 6-0 • 185 • Jr.-2L San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS)

Sophomore (2009) Collected first-team Academic AllSouthland Conference honors … racked up a 13-7 doubles record, including a 3-1 mark in Southland play … ran off six wins in a row from March 6-26 with partner Jorge Delgado … added five triumphs at the No. 2 slot when teamed with Rodrigo Morgado … posted seven wins in singles action. Freshman (2008) Teamed up with Rodrigo Morgado at No. 2 doubles and earned first-team All-Southland honors … pair posted a perfect 6-0 record, including a 3-0 mark in league tilts, and won final five matches of season … also collected second-team all-league honors at No. 5 singles … led UTSA with 16 singles wins … also led squad with 5-1 record in conference play … was victorious in 13 of his final 15 matches. High School Four-year letterwinner who was the District 26-5A Champion as a senior … posted a 65-3 combined singles and doubles record in 2007 and placed third at the regional tournament his final season … earned All-District 26-5A honors in both singles and doubles and was named the 2007 San Antonio Express-News Player of the Year … a two-time winner of the New Braunfels Unicorn Invitational … played at the No. 1 spot as a junior and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Texas 5A State Tournament … helped lead squad to a 26-1 record and runner-up finish at 2006 state tournament. Personal Born Dec. 27, 1988, in Cordoba, Argentina … son of Carlos Moreiras and Maria Eugenia Trivella … has a brother, Juan Carlos … majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Year 2009 2008 Totals

Moreiras’ career records Singles Doubles 7-12 (1-3 SLC) 13-7 (3-1 SLC) 16-6 (5-1 SLC) 11-7 (5-1 SLC) 23-18 (6-4 SLC) 24-14 (8-2 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Max Stratmann

5-7 • 160 • Jr.-2L Bonn, Germany (Carl von Ossietzky Gymnasium) Sophomore (2009) Earned second-team All-Southland Conference honors at No. 2 doubles … teamed with Pedro Zanotelli for a half dozen wins, including a 3-1 conference record … added three victories when paired with Jorge Delgado … posted five singles triumphs … won the first individual title of his career at the UTSA Invitational (consolation bracket). Freshman (2008) Earned first-team All-Southland honors at No. 3 doubles with Robin Fernandes … pair was 6-1 overall and 3-1 in conference play … they won five of final six contests … was victorious in 13 of his 22 doubles tilts … won seven singles matches and posted a 5-2 mark at the No. 6 position … finished campaign with four-match winning streak. High School Ranked 70th in the German under-16 rankings in 2004. Personal Born Feb. 1, 1988, in Bonn, Germany … son of Joerg and Angelika Stratmann … lists playing music and reading as his hobbies … an accounting major. Year 2009 2008 Totals

Stratmann’s career records Singles Doubles 5-14 (2-3 SLC) 9-10 (3-1 SLC) 7-14 (3-3 SLC) 13-9 (5-1 SLC) 12-28 (5-6 SLC) 22-19 (8-2 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Shariq Khan

Pedro Zanotelli

5-11 • 150 • So.-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Austin HS/Prairie View A&M) Freshman (2009) Won two of his five singles matches at the No. 6 slot … teamed with Daniel Moreiras for a 1-1 record at No. 3 doubles. High School Four-year letterwinner whose team had just one loss in 2008 … team captain who was named Team Most Valuable Player as a senior … achieved a high ranking of No. 24. Personal Born Jan. 7, 1991, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia … son of Mahmood and Fakhrunisa Khan … majoring in biology.

6-0 • 175 • So.-1L Fortaleza, Brazil (Colegio Sonta Cecilia) Freshman (2009) Earned second-team All-Southland Conference honors at No. 2 doubles … teamed with Max Stratmann for a half dozen wins, including a 3-1 conference record … added four wins at the No. 1 spot when paired with Andre Moreira … posted seven wins in singles play, six of which came at the No. 3 position. High School A top 10 singles player and top three doubles performer in South America … won more than 10 Brazilian Tournaments and six South American doubles titles … won the Junior Davis Cup in South America. Personal Born Jan. 23, 1990, in Fortaleza, Brazil … son of David and Moncia Zanotelli … enjoys playing soccer and surfing in his spare time … has yet to declare a major.

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Khan’s career records Singles 2-3 (0-1 SLC) 2-3 (0-1 SLC)

Doubles 1-2 (0-0 SLC) 1-2 (0-0 SLC)

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Zanotelli’s career records Singles Doubles 7-13 (2-3 SLC) 10-9 (3-1 SLC) 7-13 (2-3 SLC) 10-9 (3-1 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Martin Ayala

Tyler Brown

6-0 • 150 • Fr.-HS Quito, Ecuador (Sek Los Valles)

5-11 • 155 • Fr.-HS New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels HS)

High School Ranked No. 1 in 2008 in his native Ecuador … elected best student-athlete … participated in the Coast Circuit.

High School Helped lead team to back-to-back UIL 5A State Championships… named Athlete of the Year … won the USTA Spring National Championship against Walker Kehrer, who was ranked in the top 15 in the country … also a Texas Open finalist.

Personal Born July 31, 1990, in Quito, Ecuador … son of Raul Ayala and Catalina Mancheno … has a sister, Sofia … has yet to declare a major.

Personal Born June 6, 1991, in Tampa, Fla. … son of Jimmy and Lisa Brown … has a brother, Tanner … father was a professional tennis player who was ranked as high No. 42 in the world in November 1983 … has yet to declare a major.

Hugo Guanais

6-0 • 175 • Fr.-HS Recife, Brazil (Objetivo) High School Ranked in the top 15 in Brazil … twotime state champion … competed in 2008 Pascuas Bowl for ITF tennis … Personal Born Sept. 18, 1990, in Recife, Brazil … son of Renato and Maristela Guanais … has a brother, Luiz … a business major.

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Meet the Roadrunners Caroline Dedering

5-9 • Jr.-2L Stockholm, Sweden (Kungsholmens Gymnasium) Sophomore (2009) Posted a 14-9 singles record, including an 8-3 mark in Southland Conference play … won seven contests at the Nos. 5 and 6 positions … had a six-match winning streak from March 14-April 5 … teamed up with Monika Drabkova to win nine doubles matches at the No. 2 slot, including four in league play. Freshman (2008) Collected 10 doubles wins in her inaugural season … teamed up with Monika Drabkova late in the year at the No. 2 slot and posted a 5-1 record, including a perfect 4-0 mark in league play … tandem won five of final six contests … played her first 16 matches at the No. 1 position with Karen Scida … added seven wins in singles play … posted wins in three of her final four matches. High School No. 15 in the Sweden Girls 18 rankings … a member of Team Stockholm from 2002-06 … won the 2007 Stockholm Regionals indoor singles title and finished second in doubles … placed second in singles at 2005 Stockholm Regional Girls 18 … placed third in doubles at the 2004 Sweden Championships. Personal Born Aug. 12, 1988, in Stockhom, Sweden … daughter of Thomas Dedering and Kristina Windrup Olander … has a brother, Magnus, and three sisters, Jessica, Anna and Lisa … majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Year 2009 2008 Totals

Dedering’s career records Singles Doubles 14-9 (8-3 SLC) 9-14 (4-6 SLC) 7-13 (4-5 SLC) 10-12 (7-3 SLC) 21-22 (12-8 SLC) 19-26 (11-9 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Micaela Silva

Katie Ottenbreit

5-11 • So.-1L Lima, Peru (Colegio Alexander von Humboldt)

5-9 • So.-1L Kamloops, B.C. (Valleyview Secondary)

High School Ranked No. 2 in doubles in the 2007 USTA Pacific Northwest Section … also was a top 20 singles player that year … a three-time honor roll student.

Freshman (2009) Registered a 17-6 singles record in her inaugural season, which ranked second on the squad … went 7-1 at No. 6, 5-1 at No. 4 and 5-4 at No. 5 … won eight of her last nine contests and had a six-match winning streak from March 18-April 10 … finished Southland Conference play with an 8-3 record … teamed with Karen Scida for 11 victories at the team’s top doubles slot … pair went 5-5 in league play.

Personal Born Aug. 8, 1990, in Kamloops, B.C. … daughter of Brian and Jan Ottenbreit … aspires to be a personal trainer or work in the sports industry after graduation … majoring in kinesiology.

High School Ranked second in national 18-and-under singles and doubles rankings … National Champion singles and doubles performer … also captured several local tournament titles.

Freshman (2009) Won three of her four singles matches, all of which were played at the No. 6 position … coupled with Nathalie Wallin for a perfect 2-0 record at No. 3 doubles.

Personal Born Dec. 22, 1990, in Lima, Peru … daughter of Javier and Luisa Silva … has a sister, Valeria, who was an All-America swimmer at Michigan from 2005-08 and has represented Peru at the last two Summer Olympic Games … also has a brother, Matias, who played tennis for Boise State from 2002-05 and is a member of the Peruvian Davis Cup team … ranked fourth in her graduating class and received awards in arts and literature … an interior design major.

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Ottenbreit’s career records Singles Doubles 3-1 (0-0 SLC) 2-0 (0-0 SLC) 3-1 (0-0 SLC) 2-0 (0-0 SLC)

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Silva’s career records Singles Doubles 17-6 (8-3 SLC) 11-12 (5-5 SLC) 17-6 (8-3 SLC) 11-12 (5-5 SLC)

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Meet the Roadrunners Sarah Adams

Vivian Carrillo

5-11 • Fr.-HS Hamilton, New Zealand (St. Peter’s Cambridge) High School Elected sports woman of the year after posting an 18-1 singles record and 17-2 doubles mark in 2008 … three-year MVP and team captain … led her high school to three consecutive national titles … graduated in the top five percent of her class with certificate of excellence. Personal Born April 29, 1991, in Hamilton, New Zealand … daughter of Mike and Shannon Adams … has a brother, Matthew, and one sister, Courtney … majoring in communications … aspires to be a broadcaster following graduation.

5-4 • Fr.-HS The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS) High School Four-year letterwinner … a team captain as a senior … placed second in regionals … competed in state quarterfinals for mixed doubles in 2008. Personal Born June 29, 1989, in Caracas, Venezuela … daughter of Carlos and Lilams Carrillo … aiming to one day be a teacher.

Mariel Maffezzolli

Kavya Menon

High School Represented Brazil at the 2005 World Juniors Tournament.

High School Did not compete in high school tennis … 2007 Children Helping Children 18s Tournament Champion … member of Student Congress and French Club.

5-8 • Fr.-HS Brusque, Brazil (Colegio Sao Luis)

Personal Born March 28, 1991, in Brusque, Brazil … daughter of Jorge and Juliana Maffezzoli … has a sister, Marina … majoring in health.

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5-3 • Fr.-HS Plano, Texas (Plano HS)

Personal Born Aug. 8, 1991, in Dallas, Texas … daughter of Vijay and Meera Menon … has a sister, Diya … a business major who aspires to get into the banking industry.

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Meet the Roadrunners Lauren Springer

Nicci Yvanovich

5-9 • Fr.-RS Austin, Texas (Westlake HS)

5-6 • Fr.-HS Santa Cruz, Calif. (Aptos HS)

Freshman (2009) Sat out the season as a redshirt.

to the 2006 state finals.

High School Academic all-district selection who helped lead team to 2007 Texas UIL 5A State Championship … Chaps advanced

Personal Born Feb. 11, 1989, in New York City, New York … daughter of John and Tracey Springer … has two brothers, David and Jeffrey … majoring in communications.

High School Four-year letterwinner … named Senior of the Year in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League (SCCAL) … voted team MVP in 2006 and ’07 … chosen Most Improved in 2006 … helped team win 2006 SCCAL Championship.

Personal Born on Oct. 7, 1991, in Santa Cruz, Calif. … daughter of Tony and Susan Yvanovich … has a brother, John, and sister, Jade … father was a Big West Conference Champion tennis player at San Jose State in 1974-75 … a biology major.

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Men’s Head Coach Dr. Oliver Trittenwein

r. Oliver Trittenwein has put forth great time and effort in transforming the UTSA men’s tennis program into one of the best in the Southland Conference. Named head coach in 1999, Trittenwein begins his second decade this spring. In his first 10 years in the Alamo City, Trittenwein has led UTSA to its first two championships in school history — the 2001 regular season and 2002 Southland Tournament — and a spot in the 2002 NCAA Championships. He was named the 2001 Southland Coach of the Year in only his second season after he led the Roadrunners to a 13-11 overall record and perfect 6-0 mark in league contests. In 2002, Trittenwein’s club upset top-seed UT Arlington in the conference tournament to advance to the national tournament for the first time in school annals. He has won 110 matches and guided UTSA to a 36-19 record in league play, which translates to a winning percentage of more than 65 percent, and four appearances in the last five conference tournament championship matches. In his first three seasons (2000-02), Trittenwein led the Roadrunners to a 14-2 mark in Southland play, which was the second-best mark in the circuit during that span. Under his tutelage, Frederik Darmont earned 2000 Southland Newcomer of the Year honors and three Roadrunners — Jonas Hoglund (2003), Andre Moreira (2006) and Rodrigo Morgado (2007) — have been named the conference’s Freshman of the Year. Trittenwein has used his knowledge abroad to recruit 17 student-athletes who have earned first-team all-league honors and 15 others that have been named to the circuit’s second team. In Fall 2004, Trittenwein helped oversee a major renovation project that transformed the UTSA Tennis Center into one of the top facilities in the Southwest. The complex underwent a face lift that included upgraded stands, covered seating for spectators, court resurfacing, new fencing, new wind screens, locker rooms and coaches office improvements.

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The 2005 campaign saw the Roadrunners post 16 victories — their most since joining the Southland in 1992 — and UTSA posted a 4-2 record in league matches. Hetori Chaves (singles), Ricardo Almeida (doubles) and Dennis Andrade (doubles) earned first-team allconference honors following the successful season. Trittenwein began his UTSA career an assistant coach under Becky Roberts and was in charge of the men’s program during the 1998-99 season. One year later, he was promoted to head men’s coach. A native of Johannesburg, South Africa, he played for Texas-Pan American from 1987-91. Trittenwein earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from UTPA in 1991 and then received his master’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology from St. Mary’s University in 1993. Trittenwein earned his doctorate degree in sports & exercise psychology from West Virginia in 1998. While at West Virginia, he served as the men’s assistant coach during the 1994-95 season, and the following year, he was a volunteer assistant for the Mountaineers men’s and women’s tennis programs. He has served as a teaching pro at the Hunters Creek Tennis Club in San Antonio and also is a member of the United States Tennis Association and the United States Professional Tennis Registry as a certified professional instructor. Trittenwein and his wife, Kimberly, are the proud parents of twin daughters, Isabella and Grace.

Year-by-Year Record

Year School Record SLC (Tourn. Finish) 2000_______ UTSA_________ 8-13_________ 3-1 (semifinals) 2001_______ UTSA________ 13-11______________6-0 (finals) 2002_______ UTSA_________ 12-9_________5-1 (champions) 2003_______ UTSA________ 10-12______________3-2 (finals) 2004_______ UTSA________ 10-12_________ 2-3 (semifinals) 2005_______ UTSA_________ 16-7______________4-2 (finals) 2006_______ UTSA________ 10-13______________3-3 (finals) 2007_______ UTSA________ 12-12______________4-2 (finals) 2008_______ UTSA________ 11-12______________3-3 (finals) 2009_______ UTSA_________ 8-13___________ 3-2 (quarters) Total_____ 10 seasons__ 110-114 (.491)_ ______ 36-19 (.654)

Honor Roll

• 2001 Southland Conference Coach of the Year • 2001 Southland Regular Season Champions • 2002 Southland Tournament Champions • 2002 NCAA Tournament Participant • 2009 Southland Student-Athlete of the Year Andre Moreira • 2007 Southland Freshman of the Year Rodrigo Morgado • 2006 Southland Freshman of the Year Andre Moreira • 2003 Southland Freshman of the Year Jonas Hoglund • 2000 Southland Newcomer of the Year Frederik Darmont • 48 All-Southland selections (28 first teamers)

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Women’s Head Coach Erin Boisclair-Scott

rin Boisclair-Scott, who has a wealth of championship coaching and playing experience, is in her fourth season leading the UTSA women’s tennis program. Boisclair-Scott was named the third head coach in school history on Dec. 18, 2006. The Roadrunners had their winningest program in six years last spring, posting a 16-8 overall record and an 8-3 mark in Southland Conference play, which was good for a third-place tie in the league standings. UTSA advanced to the Southland Tournament Championship Match for the first time since 2003, won seven matches in a row from Feb. 15-March 18 and saw two players — Holly Phillips (No. 4 singles/No. 3 doubles) and Nathalie Wallin (No. 3 doubles) — earn first-team all-conference honors. Phillips posted a 16-match winning streak in singles play from Feb. 7-April 10 and went 10-1 in league contests. She and Wallin were a perfect 10-0 in conference play and the pair won their final 13 doubles tilts of the campaign. Phillips also earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine secondteam Academic All-District VI accolades in addition to first-team Southland All-Academic honors. Wallin was named to the circuit’s top academic team as well and Karen Scida was a second-team choice, which pushed Boisclair-Scott’s total to nine in her first three seasons in the Alamo City. UTSA won 10 matches and was 6-5 in conference play in 2008. After getting off to a slow start, the Roadrunners finished the season strong, winning six of their final eight matches. Scida earned secondteam All-Southland honors at No. 1 singles in addition to first-team all-academic accolades. Other postseason award winners included Monika Drabkova and Phillips, both of who were second-team allacademic selections.

The Birds posted a 12-9 overall record and 6-5 slate in league play in Boisclair-Scott’s first campaign in 2007. Highlights of the year included a six-match winning streak from Feb. 10-March 10 and three players earning Southland All-Academic honors. Sandra Kukla and Scida were named to the first team, while Drabkova was a second-team selection. Boisclair-Scott came to UTSA after three seasons as an assistant coach at Wisconsin. She joined the Badgers in 2003 after graduating from Washington with a degree in sociology. Wisconsin achieved a national ranking in the top 50 during the 2004-05 season and advanced to two Big Ten Tournaments and a pair of NCAA Championships during her stay in Madison. The Agoura Hills, Calif., native attended the Palmer Tennis Academy in Tampa, Fla., from 1994–96 and the prestigious Evert Tennis Academy from 1996-98, where she was coached by John Evert, the brother of the legendary Chris Evert. During her time at the Evert Academy, Boisclair-Scott represented the United States Tennis Association (USTA) at several worldwide junior tournaments beginning at the age of 14, including the Australian, French and U.S. Opens, the World Youth Cup in Switzerland and the NTT in Japan. She won numerous singles and doubles titles and at one point was ranked No. 1 in the nation for girls 16 and under. Boisclair-Scott started her collegiate career at Florida in 1998 but transferred after two seasons to Washington. She was named cocaptain during her senior year and led the Huskies to a secondplace finish in the Pac-10 and a sixth-place showing at the NCAA Championships. She finished her final college season having lost only one dual match and played on four teams that ranked among the top 10 nationally. She and her husband, Ryan, married in August 2009.

Year-by-Year Record

Year School Record Southland (Finish) 2007_______ UTSA_________ 12-9_______________ 6-5 (6th) 2008_______ UTSA________ 10-13______________ 6-5 (t-5th) 2009_______ UTSA_________ 16-8______________ 8-3 (t-3rd) Total______ 3 seasons____ 38-30 (.559)_________ 20-13 (.606)

Honor Roll

• Led UTSA to its most wins in six years last spring • Three consecutive Southland Conference Tournament appearances, including a berth in the 2009 Championship Match • 2009 first-team All-Southland honorees Holly Phillips and Nathalie Wallin • 2008 second-team All-Southland choice Karen Scida • 2009 second-team CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI selection Holly Phillips • Nine Southland All-Academic selections, including five first teamers

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Assistant Coaches Meenakshi Sundaram First season at UTSA

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eenakshi Sundaram is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Roadrunners men’s tennis

ollowing a standout playing career, Monika Drabkova will serve as a student assistant coach for the women’s program this spring.

Sundaram brings extensive coaching and playing experience to the Alamo City.

Drabkova was a three-time Southland Conference All-Academic honoree who racked up 39 singles wins and 33 doubles triumphs from 2006-09. The Prague, Czech Republic, native led the Roadrunners with 13 singles victories as a sophomore and 11 doubles wins the following spring.

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A native of India, he has owned and directed his own tennis academy since 1992. Sundaram has traveled throughout the world to events such as the ITF Juniors, WTA and ATP tournaments and many of his pupils have gone on to play at the Division I and II levels. He was the top-ranked junior in his native country from 1980-83. Sundaram was a member of the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch from 1983-86 and played collegiately at McClennan Community College for two years before transferring to Texas State in 1989.

Majoring in marketing with a minor in international business, she is scheduled to graduate in May.

Sundaram and his wife, Kelly, have two children (Joshua and Kelsey) and reside in New Braunfels.

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Monika Drabkova First season at UTSA

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2009 Men’s Results Overall: 8-13 • SLC: 3-2 • Home: 5-5 • Away: 3-7 • Neutral: 0-1 Singles Overall SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 Jorge Delgado_ ____________ 9-11____ 2-3______—_ _____—______ 0-1_ ____ 1-4_ ____3-3_____ 5-3 Shariq Khan________________2-3_____ 0-1______—_ _____—______ —______ —______ —_____ 2-3 Andre Moreira_____________ 10-8____ 4-1_____ 2-0_____ 7-6_____ 1-2_ ____ —­­­­­­­______ —______ — Daniel Moreiras____________ 7-12____ 1-3______­­—_ _____—______ 0-1_ ____ 3-7_ ____2-3_____ 2-1 Rodrigo Morgado__________ 9-11____ 3-2_____7-11_ ___ 2-0_____ —______ —______ —______ — Max Stratmann____________ 5-14____ 2-3______—_ _____—______ 0-1_ ____ 1-5_ ____3-6_____ 1-2 Pedro Zanotelli____________ 7-13____ 2-3______­—_ ____ 1-4_____ 6-9_ ____ —______ —______ — Totals___________________ 49-72_ _ 14-16____9-11_ __ 10-10___ 7-14____ 5-16____ 8-12____ 10-9 Doubles Overall SLC 1 2 3 Moreira/Zanotelli___________4-3_____ 0-0_____ 4-3______—______ — Moreiras/Morgado__________5-3_____ 0-0_____ 0-1_____ 5-2_____ — Delgado/Stratmann_ ________3-4_____ 0-0______—_ _____—______ 3-4 Stratmann/Zanotelli_________6-6_____ 3-1______—_ ____ 6-6_____ — Delgado/Khan______________0-1_____ 0-0______—_ _____—______ 0-1 Moreira/Morgado___________7-5_____ 1-3_____ 7-5______—______ — Delgado/Moreiras___________7-3_____ 3-1______—_ _____—______ 7-3 Khan/Moreiras_ ____________1-1_____ 0-0______—_ _____—______ 1-1 Totals___________________ 33-26_ __ 7-5_____11-9_ __ 11-8_ __ 11-9

Date Opponent Result 1.15 at Prairie View A&M W, 7-0 1.16 at Rice L, 0-7 1.24 at Oregon L, 2-5 1.25 at Portland L, 0-5 1.31 Laredo CC L, 3-4 2.1 St. Edward’s W, 5-2 2.13 Marquette L, 3-4 2.15 Nebraska L, 0-7 2.20 at Texas L, 0-7 2.22 Nicholls * W, 6-1 3.6 at UT Arlington * W, 4-3 3.7 at TCU L, 3-4 3.14 at Texas-Pan American * L, 2-4 3.18 Western Illinois W, 7-0 3.21 Southeastern La. * W, 4-3 3.26 DePaul W, 4-3 3.28 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 1-4 4.4 A&M-Corpus Christi * L, 1-6 4.11 at Samford W, 4-3 4.12 at UAB L, 3-4 4.24 vs. Nicholls ^ L, 2-4 * Southland Conference match • ^ Southland Tournament

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UTSA 7, Prairie View A&M 0 Jan. 15 • Prairie View, Texas

Oregon 5, UTSA 2 Jan. 24 • Eugene, Ore.

Laredo CC 4, UTSA 3 Jan. 31 • San Antonio, Texas

Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Chavez (PVAM) 7-6, 6-3; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Nyatoti (PVAM) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Garcia (PVAM) 6-1, 6-2; (4) Delgado (UTSA) def. Jordan (PVAM) 6-2, 62; (5) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Mayfield (PVAM) 6-3, 6-1; (6) Khan (UTSA) def. Tankersley (PVAM) 6-1, 6-2.

Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Verdasco (UO) 6-4, 6-3; (2) Cornelissen (UO) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-1, 6-3; (3) Wibowo (UO) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 64, 6-2; (4) Izquierdo (UO) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-4, 6-3; (5) MacDonald-Kor (UO) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-0, 6-4; (6) Myrhed (UO) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-3, 7-5.

Singles – (1) Santos (LCC) def. Morgado (UTSA) 7-6, 2-6, 6-2; (2) Carvalho (LCC) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-4, 6-4; (3) Tolentin (LCC) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-2, 6-2; (4) Stratmann (UTSA) def. Campos (LCC) 7-6, 2-6, 6-2; (5) Delgado (UTSA) def. Campos (LCC) 63, 6-1; (6) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Mateos (LCC) 7-5, 6-2.

Doubles – (1) Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Chavez/Jordan (PVAM) 8-4; (2) Moreiras/Morgado (UTSA) def. Nyatoti/Garcia (PVAM) 8-1; (3) Delgado/Stratmann (UTSA) def. Mayfield/Tankersley (PVAM) 8-1.

Doubles – Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Verdasco/Cornelissen (UO) 86; Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Izquierdo/Myrhed (UO) 8-6; Wibowo/ Mortera (UO) def. Delgado/Stratmann (UTSA) 8-4.

Doubles – (1) Santos/Carvalho (LCC) def. Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) 86; (2) Zanotelli/Stratmann (UTSA) def. Campos/Campos (LCC) 8-3; (3) Tolentin/Mateos (LCC) def. Delgado/ Khan (UTSA) 8-6.

Rice 7, UTSA 0 Jan. 16 • Houston, Texas

Portland 5, UTSA 0 Jan. 25 • Portland, Ore.

UTSA 5, St. Edward’s 2 Feb. 1 • San Antonio, Texas

Singles – (1) Rosa (RICE) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4; (2) Muller (RICE) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-0, 6-1; (3) Wang (RICE) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4; (4) Scheil (RICE) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-1, 6-2; (5) Garforth-Blas (RICE) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-1, 6-3; (6) Tachibana (RICE) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2.

Singles – (1) Kincaid (PU) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-4, 6-4; (2) Zivkovic (PU) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-2, 6-4; (3) Thorp (PU) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-2, 6-4; (4) Hernandez (PU) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-2, 6-0; (5) Schleining (PU) vs. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-7, unfinished; (6) Khan (UTSA) vs. Wales (PU) no result.

Doubles – (1) Muller/Scheil (RICE) def. Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-4; (2) Rosa/ Wang (RICE) def. Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) 8-4; (3) Polyakov/Saravia (RICE) def. Delgado/Stratmann (UTSA) 8-6.

Doubles – (1) Zivkovic/Schleining def. Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-5; (2) Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Thorp/ Kurdadze (PU) 8-3; (3) Hernandez/Wales (PU) def. Delgado/Stratmann (UTSA) 8-5.

Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Powers (STED) 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4); (2) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Raiti (STED) 46, 6-3, 6-4; (3) Lancaster (STED) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-2, 6-1; (4) Walter (STED) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-4, 2-6, 6-3; (5) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Arnold (STED) 6-2, 6-4; (6) Khan (UTSA) def. Barrios (STED) 6-3, 6-3. Doubles – (1) Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Powers/Walter (STED) 86; (2) Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def.

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Arnold/Raiti (STED) 8-5; (3) Delgado/ Stratmann (UTSA) def. Barrios/ Lancaster (STED) 8-7 (7-5). Marquette 4, UTSA 3 Feb. 13 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Hagan (MU) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-3, 5-7, 7-5; (2) Medan (MU) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); (3) Moreira (UTSA) def. Boulieras (MU) 26, 6-4, 6-3; (4) Shao (MU) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 7-5, 6-3; (5) Rutherford (MU) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-4, 5-7, 6-3; (6) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Scherwin (MU) 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (7-0). Doubles – (1) Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Hagan/Shao (MU) 84; (2) Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Boulieras/Medan (MU) 8-6; (3) Stratmann/Delgado (UTSA) def. Rutherford/Scherwin (MU) 8-4. #63 Nebraska 7, UTSA 0 Feb. 15 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Bendheim (UN) def. Morgado (UTSA) 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 10-6; (2) Paar (UN) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-2, 7-6 (7-3); (3) Aumuelle (UN) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4; (4) Stahmer (UN) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-0, 61; (5) Van Impe (UN) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-1, 6-4; (6) Lindheim (UN) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-4, 6-0.


2009 Men’s Results Doubles – (1) Paar/Bendheim (UN) def. Moreira/Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-2; (2) Aumuelle/Lindheim (UN) def. Morgado/Moreiras (UTSA) 8-3; (3) Stahmer/Van Impe (UN) def. Delgado/ Stratmenn (UTSA) 8-2. #2 Texas 7, UTSA 0 Feb. 20 • Austin, Texas Singles – (1) Kutrovsky (UT) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-2, 6-1; (2) Corrie (UT) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-1, 6-0; (3) Damico (UT) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 63, 6-4; (4) Varela (UT) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-2, 6-1; (5) Weigand (UT) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-1, 6-2; (6) Kane-West (UT) def. Khan (UTSA) 6-3, 6-1. Doubles – (1) Corrie/Damico (UT) def. Morgado/Moreira (UTSA) 8-6; (2) Varela/Weigand (UT) def. Stratmann/ Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-5; (3) Zavala/KaneWest (UT) def. Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) 8-2. UTSA 6, Nicholls 1 Feb. 22 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Ionescu (NICH) 6-4, 6-0; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Fisher (NICH) 7-5, 4-6, 13-11; (3) Prakish (NICH) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 7-6 (7-5), 6-1; (4) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Matong (NICH) 4-6, 6-3, 6-1; (5) Stratmann (UTSA) def. Mouline (NICH) 6-4, 6-2; (6) Delgado (UTSA) def. Shetty (NICH) 6-1, 6-1. Doubles – (1) Ionescu/Prakish (NICH) def. Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) 84; (2) Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Matong/Fisher (NICH) 8-5; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Shetty/ Mouline (NICH) 8-2. UTSA 4, UT Arlington 3 March 6 • Arlington, Texas

#43 TCU 4, UTSA 3 March 7 • Fort Worth, Texas Singles – (1) Mbarek (TCU) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-4, 3-6, 6-0; (2) Brink (TCU) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-0, retired; (3) Nichols (TCU) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 4-6, 6-2, 6-4; (4) Moreiras (UTSA) def. Simon (TCU) 6-7, 6-4, 6-2; (5) Powers (TCU) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-1, 61; (6) Delgado (UTSA) def. Mabatah (TCU) 6-1, 5-7, 6-4. Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Brighiu/Simon (TCU) 98 (8-6); (2) Mbarek/Brink (TCU) def. Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-3; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Nichols/ Seider (TCU) 8-5. Texas-Pan American 4, UTSA 2 March 14 • McAllen, Texas Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Vijayaragavan (UTPA) 4-6, 6-3, 63; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Mohinta (UTPA) 6-3, 6-0; (3) Irving (UTPA) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-0, 6-1; (4) Br. Bernstein (UTPA) def. Delgado (UTSA) 7-6, 6-3; (5) Be. Bernstein (UTPA) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1; (6) Dornauf (UTPA) def. Khan (UTSA) 3-6, 6-1, 6-3. Doubles – Did not compete. UTSA 7, Western Illinois 0 March 18 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Frisch (WIU) 6-3, 7-5; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Ortiz (WIU) 6-0, 6-2; (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Lesinski (WIU) 60, 6-1; (4) Moreiras (UTSA) def. RageeNelson (WIU) 6-3, 6-1; (5) Delgado (UTSA) def. Shepard (WIU) 6-1, 6-2; (6) Stratmann (UTSA) def. Capalbo (WIU) 6-3, 6-0.

Singles – (1) Celedinas (UTA) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-4, 6-3; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Minkin (UTA) 6-3, 7-6 (73); (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Hamon (UTA) 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; (4) Srkala (UTA) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 6-4; (5) Subirats (UTA) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 7-5, 7-6 (8-6); (6) Delgado (UTSA) def. Bienzobas (UTA) 6-1, 2-6, 6-4.

Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. McGuire/Frisch (WIU) 85; (2) Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Lesinski/Ragee-Nelson (WIU) 8-5; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Schild/ Azeredo (WIU) 8-1.

Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Minkin/Celedinas (UTA) 9-7; (2) Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Bienzobas/Lateko (UTA) 8-4; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Hamon/ Srkala (UTA) 9-8 (8-6).

Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) def. Siska (SLU) 7-6 (7-5), 6-3; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Cordoba (SLU) 6-1, 6-1; (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Enke (SLU) 6-4, 6-3; (4) Capovin (SLU) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-4, 6-1; (5) Bezdecka (SLU) def. Delgado (UTSA) 6-4, 7-5; (6) Biarneix (SLU) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 1-6, 6-1, 6-1.

UTSA 4, Southeastern Louisiana 3 March 23 • San Antonio, Texas

Doubles – (1) Enke/Siska (SLU) def. Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) 83; (2) Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Capovin/Roussel (SLU) 8-3; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Bezdecka/Biarneix (SLU) 8-1. UTSA 4, DePaul 3 March 26 • San Antonio, Texas Singles - (1) Doerner (DU) def. Morgado (UTSA) 4-6, 6-3, 7-5; (2) Moreira (UTSA) def. Moncada (DU) 6-1, 6-1; (3) Graetz (DU) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 7-5, 6-2; (4) Jozwiak (DU) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4; (5) Stratmann (UTSA) def. Hartman (DU) 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-4); (6) Delgado (UTSA) def. Munoz (DU) 6-2, 7-6 (8-6). Doubles - (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Doerner/Hartman (DU) 8-5; (2) Graetz/Moncada (DU) def. Stratmann/Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-3; (3) Delgado/Moreiras (UTSA) def. Jozwiak/ Munoz (DU) 8-6. Louisiana-Lafayette 4, UTSA 1 March 28 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Banas (ULL) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-3, 6-0; (2) Moreira (UTSA) vs. Pulgar-Garcia (ULL) 6-7 (4-7), 65, unfinished; (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Olechowski (ULL) 6-1, 6-4; (4) Schneider (ULL) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2; (5) Domonev (ULL) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2; (6) Delgado (UTSA) vs. Mandl (ULL) 3-6, 7-6 (8-6), unfinished. Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Banas/ Olechowski (ULL) 8-6; (2) Pulgar-Garcia/ Schneider (ULL) def. Stratmann/ Zanotelli (UTSA) 86; (3) Domonev/ Bristow (ULL) def. Delgado/ Moreiras (UTSA) 8-5. #42 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 6, UTSA 1 April 4 • San Antonio, Texas Singles – (1) Pavlov (AMCC) def. Morgado (UTSA) 6-2, 4-6, 6-3; (2) Novikov (AMCC) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-2, 4-6, 10-6; (3) Montoisy (AMCC) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-3, 6-1; (4) Zunino (AMCC) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-4, 7-5; (5) Stratmann (UTSA) def. Farras (AMCC) 7-6 (8-6), 6-2; (6) Langford (AMCC) def. Delgado (UTSA) 7-5, 6-1.

UTSA 4, Samford 3 April 11 • Birmingham, Ala. Singles – (1) Moreira (UTSA) def. Walsh (SU) 6-4, 6-3; (2) Morgado (UTSA) def. DeWet (SU) 5-7, 6-2, 6-2; (3) Kadi (SU) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 06, 7-6 (8-6), 6-1; (4) Dushock (SU) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-1, 6-3; (5) Delgado (UTSA) def. Reynolds (SU) 6-7 (57), 6-4, 6-4; (6) Abalos (SU) def. Khan (UTSA) 6-4, 6-3. Doubles – (1) DeWet/Dushock (SU) def. Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) 8-7 (74); (2) Zanotelli/Stratmann (UTSA) def. Reynolds/Abalos (SU) 8-5; (3) Moreiras/Khan (UTSA) def. Walsh/ Kadi (SU) 8-5. UAB 4, UTSA 3 April 12 • Birmingham, Ala. Singles – (1) Moreira (UTSA) def. Cornei (UAB) 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7-5); (2) Morgado (UTSA) def. Ly (UAB) 7-5, 46, 6-4; (3) Zanotelli (UTSA) def. Moser (UAB) 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 6-2; (4) Emery (UAB) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-4, 36, 6-3; (5) Ewels (UAB) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-3, 1-6, 6-3; (6) Petrich (UAB) def. Delgado (UTSA) 7-5, 6-0. Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Szeremeta/Ehrlich (UAB) 8-3; (2) Ly/Emery (UAB) def. Stratmann/ Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-2; (3) Moser/Ewels (UAB) def. Moreiras/Khan (UTSA) 8-3. Nicholls 4, UTSA 2 April 24 • Corpus Christi, Texas Southland Conference Tournament Singles – (1) Morgado (UTSA) vs. Prakash (NICH) 5-7, 2-6, 5-6, unfinished; (2) Ionescu (NICH) def. Moreira (UTSA) 6-1, 6-3; (3) Fischer (NICH) def. Zanotelli (UTSA) 6-4, 63; (4) Matong (NICH) def. Moreiras (UTSA) 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); (5) Shetty (NICH) def. Stratmann (UTSA) 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 7-6 (8-6); (6) Delgado (UTSA) def. Mouline (NICH) 6-3, 6-2. Doubles – (1) Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) def. Ionescu/Prakash (NICH) 8-1; (2) Zanotelli/Stratmann (UTSA) vs. Matong/ Fischer (NICH) 5-4, unfinished; (3) Delgado/ Moreiras (UTSA) def. Shetty/ Mouline (NICH) 8-3.

Doubles – (1) Pavlov/Novikov (AMCC) def. Moreira/Morgado (UTSA) 8-7 (74); (2) Montoisy/ Zunino (AMCC) def. Stratmann/ Zanotelli (UTSA) 8-6; (3) Pace/ Langford (AMCC) def. Delgado/ Moreiras (UTSA) 8-4.

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2009 Women’s Results Overall: 16-8 • SLC: 8-3 • Home: 8-3 • Away: 5-4 • Neutral: 3-1 Singles Overall SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 Caroline Dedering_________ 14-9____ 8-3______—_ _____—______ —______ —______7-5_____ 7-4 Monika Drabkova__________ 15-7____ 8-3______—_ _____—_____ 11-6_____ 4-1_ ____ —______ — Katie Ottenbreit_ ___________3-1_____ 0-0______—_ _____—______ —______ —______ —_____ 3-1 Holly Phillips______________ 18-4____ 10-1_ ____—_ _____—______ 5-2_ ___ 10-2_____3-0______ — Karen Scida_______________12-12____ 7-4____ 11-12____ 1-0_____ —______ —______ —______ — Micaela Silva______________ 17-6____ 8-3______—_ _____—______ —______ 5-1_ ____5-4_____ 7-1 Nathalie Wallin____________ 18-5____ 7-4_____ 1-0_____17-5_____ —______ —______ —______ — Totals___________________ 97-44_ _ 48-18___ 12-12___ 18-5_ __ 16-8____ 19-4____ 15-9____ 17-6 Doubles Overall SLC 1 2 3 Scida/Silva________________11-12____ 5-5____ 11-12_____—______ — Dedering/Drabkova_ _______ 9-14____ 4-6______—_ ____9-14_____ — Phillips/Wallin_____________ 15-4____ 10-0_ ____—_ _____—_____ 15-4 Ottenbreit/Wallin___________2-0_____ 0-0______—_ _____—______ 2-0 Totals___________________ 37-30_ _ 19-11___ 11-12___ 9-14_ __ 17-4

Date Opponent Result 1.23 Denver L, 0-7 1.24 at SMU L, 2-5 1.31 Laredo CC W, 7-0 2.1 St. Edward’s W, 7-0 2.7 vs. Western New Mexico W, 7-0 2.7 at New Mexico State W, 5-2 2.8 at UTEP L, 3-4 2.14 North Texas L, 2-5 2.15 Texas-Pan American W, 7-0 2.28 at Nicholls * W, 6-0 3.1 at Southeastern La. * W, 7-0 3.7 Central Arkansas * W, 7-0 3.8 Northwestern State * W, 5-2 3.14 A&M-Corpus Christi * W, 6-1 3.18 Western Illinois W, 7-0 3.28 at Lamar * L, 3-4 3.29 at McNeese State * W, 7-0 4.4 Sam Houston State * L, 3-4 4.5 Stephen F. Austin * W, 7-0 4.10 at Texas State * W, 4-3 4.11 at UT Arlington * L, 0-7 4.24 vs. Sam Houston State ^ W, 4-3 4.25 vs. Lamar ^ W, 4-3 4.26 vs. UT Arlington ^ L, 0-4 * Southland Conference match • ^ Southland Tournament

#28 Denver 7, UTSA 0 Jan. 23 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 7, Laredo CC 0 Jan. 31 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 7, Western New Mexico 0 Feb. 7 • El Paso, Texas

UTEP 4, UTSA 3 Feb. 8 • El Paso, Texas

Singles - (1) Voelker (DU) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3; (2) Aksdal (DU) def. Wallin (UTSA) 6-3, 6-0; (3) Schnoy (DU) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 6-1, 6-2; (4) Bauregger (DU) def. Phillips (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2; (5) Iwinski (DU) def. Silva (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3; (6) Tirumurti (DU) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Favoretto (LCC) 6-4, 6-1; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Picanco (LCC) 6-1, 6-2; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Evans (LCC) 6-0, 6-0; (4) Silva (UTSA) def. Garcia (LCC) 6-0, 6-1; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Brizules (LCC) 6-0, 6-0; (6) Ottenbreit (UTSA) def. Guerra (LCC) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles - (1) Bauregger/Voelker (DU) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-2; (2) Schnoy/ Iwinski (DU) def. Dedering/Drabkova (UTSA) 8-3; (3) Tirumurti/Aksdal (DU) def. Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) 8-2.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Favoretto/Garcia (LCC) 8-6; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Picanco/Evans (LCC) 8-5; (3) Wallin/ Ottenbreit (UTSA) def. Brizules/Guerra (LCC) 8-0.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Vukaden (WNMU) 6-1, 6-1; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Lampman (WNMU) 6-1, 6-1; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Oliver (WNMU) 6-1, 6-1; (4) Silva (UTSA) def. Waide (WNMU) 6-1, 6-0; (5) Phillips (UTSA) def. McKenna (WNMU) 6-0, 6-0; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. Waide (WNMU) 6-0, 6-0.

Singles - (1) Bloczysnka (UTEP) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Trierweiler (UTEP) 6-0, 7-5; (3) DeLuca (UTEP) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2; (4) DeLuca (UTEP) def. Silva (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3; (5) Phillips (UTSA) def. Pritchard (UTEP) 2-6, 75, 1-0, 10-8; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. Fuentes (UTEP) 4-6, 7-5, retired.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Lampman/Waide (WNMU) 8-0; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Oliver/Waide (WNMU) 8-3; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Vukaden/McKenna (WNMU) 8-0.

Doubles - (1) Bloczysnka/Pritchard (UTEP) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-3; (2) Trierweiler/DeLuca (UTEP) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-4; (3) Fuentes/DeLuca (UTEP) def. Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) 9-8.

UTSA 5, New Mexico State 2 Feb. 7 • Las Cruces, N.M.

North Texas 5, UTSA 2 Feb. 14 • San Antonio, Texas

Singles - (1) Marks (NMSU) def. Scida (UTSA) 7-6, 6-4; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Kulaif (NMSU) 6-2, 6-0; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Eusebe (NMSU) 7-5, 46, 6-4; (4) Silva (UTSA) def. Costa (NMSU) 6-4, 6-3; (5) Phillips (UTSA) def. Discordia (NMSU) 3-6, 6-4, 6-2; (6) Zuniga (NMSU) def. Dedering (UTSA) 7-6, 6-0.

Singles - (1) Paraschiv (UNT) def. Scida (UTSA) 7-6, 6-3; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Dinuta (UNT) 6-4, 6-3; (3) Ranganathan (UNT) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 7-5, 60; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Kazarova (UNT) 6-4, 6-2; (5) Cruz (UNT) def. Silva (UTSA) 6-2, 7-6; (6) Joubert (UNT) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-3, 1-6, 7-6.

SMU 5, UTSA 2 Jan. 24 • Dallas, Texas Singles - (1) Bubien (SMU) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Briceno (SMU) 7-6, 6-1; (3) Quist (SMU) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 7-6, 6-3; (4) Francis (SMU) def. Phillips (UTSA) 5-7, 6-3, 7-5; (5) Silva (UTSA) def. Reid (SMU) 7-5, 7-5; (6) Neveklovska (SMU) def. Ottenbreit (UTSA) 6-0, 6-1. Doubles - (1) Bubien/Francis (SMU) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-6; (2) Neveklovska/Reid (SMU) def. Dedering/ Drabkova (UTSA) 8-2; (3) Briceno/ Tokarieva (SMU) def. Phillips/Wallin (UTSA) 9-8.

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UTSA 7, St. Edwards 0 Feb 1 • San Antonio, Texas Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Del Bosque (STED) 6-2, 6-1; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Tompkins (STED) 6-2, 6-4; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Bain (STED) 6-2, 6-1; (4) Silva (UTSA) def. Jacobi (STED) 6-1, 6-0; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Brien (STED) 6-1, 6-1; (6) Ottenbreit (UTSA) def. DeLeon (STED) 6-4, 6-3. Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Del Bosque/Tompkins (STED) 8-4; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Bain/ Jacobi (STED) 8-4; (3) Ottenbreit/Wallin (UTSA) def. Ruscue/Brien (STED) 8-6.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Marks/Costa (NMSU) 9-8; (2) Eusebe/Boquet (NMSU) def. Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) 8-5; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Zuniga/Discordia (NMSU) 8-3.

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Doubles - (1) Ranganathan/Paraschiv (UNT) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-6; (2) Cruz/Kazarova (UNT) def. Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) 8-6; (3) Wilhelm/ Joubert (UNT) def. Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) 8-3.


2009 Women’s Results UTSA 7, Texas-Pan American 0 Feb. 15 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 5, Northwestern State 2 March 8 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 7, McNeese State 0 March 29 • Lake Charles, La.

UT Arlington 7, UTSA 0 April 11 • Arlington, Texas

Singles - (1) Wallin (UTSA) def. Willerding (UTPA) 6-1, 6-1; (2) Scida (UTSA) def. Cantu (UTPA) 6-2, 6-1; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Bedeau (UTPA) 6-1, 6-0; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Salvetova (UTPA) 6-0, 6-1; (5) Silva (UTSA) def. Andersen (UTPA) 3-6, 62, 10-5; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. Raty (UTPA) 6-0, 6-3.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Curukovic (NWST) 6-2, 6-4; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Lange (NWST) 6-1, 6-1; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Bazhanova (NWST) 6-3, 7-5; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Schulz (NWST) 6-3, 6-2; (5) Colic (NWST) def. Silva (UTSA) 0-6, 6-2, 63; (6) Posada (NWST) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-2, 7-5.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Pirdopska (MCN) 6-3, 1-6, 6-3; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Martinez (MCN) 6-4, 5-7, 11-9; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Gudelj (MCN) 7-6 (7-4), 6-2; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Tvrtkovic (MCN) 6-1, 6-1; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Frausto (MCN) 6-2, 6-4; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Efimenko (MCN) 6-0, 6-1.

Singles - (1) Hadvigerova (UTA) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3; (2) Negreanu (UTA) def. Wallin (UTSA) 6-4, 4-6, 10-4; (3) Jagosova (UTA) def. Phillips (UTSA) 6-2, 6-4; (4) Micochova (UTA) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 6-3, 6-3; (5) Martinez-Romer (UTA) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-2, 6-3; (6) Matovivoa (UTA) def. Silva (UTSA) 6-2, 4-6, 7-6.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Willerding/Salvetova (UTPA) 8-3; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Bedeau/Cantu (UTPA) 8-6; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Andersen/Raty (UTPA) 8-1.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Bazhanova/Colic (NWST) 8-3; (2) Lange/Schulz (NWST) def. Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) 8-2; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Curukovic/Strkic (NWST) 8-2.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Pirdopska/Martinez (MCN) 86; (2) Gudelj/Frausto (MCN) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-4; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Tvrtkovic/ Efimenko (MCN) 8-2.

Doubles - (1) Jagosova/Negreanu (UTA) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-4; (2) Martinez-Romer/Matovivoa (UTA) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 84; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Hadvigerova/Micochova (UTA) 9-8.

UTSA 6, Nicholls 0 Feb. 28 • Thibodaux, La.

UTSA 6, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1 March 14 • San Antonio, Texas

Sam Houston State 4, UTSA 3 April 4 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 4, Sam Houston State 3 April 24 • Corpus Christi, Texas

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Nosca (NICH) 4-6, 6-4, 11-9; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Zomora (NICH) 3-6, 64, 10-5; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Stanojcic (NICH) 6-2, 6-1; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Kalyanasundra (NICH) 63, 6-1; (5) Silva (UTSA) def. Wouters (NICH) 6-2, 6-4; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. September (NICH) 6-2, 6-2.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Cicak (AMCC) 7-6, 6-3; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Ciric (AMCC) 6-3, 6-3; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Iriarte (AMCC) 7-6, 7-0; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Filmalter (AMCC) 6-0, 6-0; (5) Dyckman (AMCC) def. Silva (UTSA) 6-3, 6-1; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. Soulie (AMCC) 6-3, 6-3.

Singles - (1) Sotnikova (SHSU) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-0, 6-7 (7-9), 6-4; (2) Pozzan (SHSU) def. Wallin (UTSA) 62, 6-7 (2-7), 6-1; (3) Taylor (SHSU) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 6-3, 6-2; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Manzur (SHSU) 6-2, 61; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Kuruc (SHSU) 7-6 (8-6), 6-2; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Martirosyan (SHSU) 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.

Doubles - Did not compete. UTSA 7, Southeastern Louisiana 0 March 1 • Hammond, La. Singles - (1) Karen Scida (UTSA) def. Velkovska (SELA) 7-5, 6-4; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Chelini (SELA) 6-1, 6-2; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Steward (SELA) 6-2, 6-2; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Dadot (SELA) 6-0, 6-2; (5) Silva (UTSA) def. Longoria (SELA) 6-1, 7-6 (7-1); (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. Hanke (SELA) 6-2, 6-3. Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Chelini/Velkovska (SELA) 8-4; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Dadot/Steward (SELA) 8-2; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Hanke/Longoria (SELA) 8-2. UTSA 7, Central Arkansas 0 March 7 • San Antonio, Texas Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Keilova (UCA) 6-1, 6-0; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Miller (UCA) 6-0, 6-3; (3) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Mainz (UCA) 6-0, 6-0; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Rios (UCA) 6-0, 6-0; (5) Silva (UTSA) def. Short (UCA) 6-0, 6-0; (6) Dedering (UTSA) def. McCullough(UCA) 6-0, 6-2. Doubles - (1) Miller/Mainz (UCA) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-6; (2) Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) def. Keilova/Hartman (UCA) 8-1; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Short/Rios(UCA) 8-0.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Cicak/Filmalter (AMCC) 9-7; (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Dyckman/Iriarte (AMCC) 8-6; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Ciric/ Mersan (AMCC) 8-6.

Doubles- (1) Sotnikova/Taylor (SHSU) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-4; (2) Pozzan/ Manzur (SHSU) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-2; (3) Phillips/Wallin (UTSA) def. Vujosevic/Kuruc (SHSU) 8-4.

UTSA 7, Western Illinois 0 March 18 • San Antonio, Texas

UTSA 7, Stephen F. Austin 0 April 5 • San Antonio, Texas

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Griffin (WIU) 3-6, 6-2, 10-6; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Wang (WIU) 6-3, 6-0; (3) Phillips (UTSA) def. Baumer (WIU) 6-0, 6-0; (4) Silva (UTSA) def. Meinert (WIU) 6-2, 6-2; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Kennedy (WIU) 6-0, 6-0; (6) Ottenbreit (UTSA) def. Brooks (WIU) 6-0, 6-0.

Singles - (1) Scida (UTSA) def. Shazkho (SFA) 7-5, 7-6 (8-6); (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Enica (SFA) 6-7 (5-7), 6-2, 10-8; (3) Phillips (UTSA) def. Gadeva (SFA) 6-3, 76 (7-2); (4) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Kapur (SFA) 6-1, 6-0; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Enica (SFA) 7-5, 6-2; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Williams (SFA) 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Griffin/Wang (WIU) 8-4; (2) Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) def. Baumer/Meinert (WIU) 8-3; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Lennartsson/Kennedy (WIU) 8-4.

Doubles - (1) Enica/Shazkho (SFA) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-7 (8-6); (2) Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) def. Gadeva/Harrison (SFA) 8-3; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) def. Williams/Enica (SFA) 8-3.

Lamar 4, UTSA 3 March 28 • Beaumont, Texas Singles - (1) Gutierrez (LU) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-3, 6-1; (2) Gutierrez (LU) def. Wallin (UTSA) 6-1, 6-2; (3) Nava (LU) def. Drabkova (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4; (4) Phillips (UTSA) def. Ashrafi (LU) 6-2, 6-2; (5) Dedering (UTSA) def. Kuroda (LU) 7-6 (7-5), 6-3; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Aranda (LU) 1-6, 7-5, 6-2. Doubles - (1) Gutierrez/Gutierrez (LU) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 9-7; (2) Ashrafi/ Aranda (LU) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-4; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Nava/Kuroda (LU) 9-8 (7-5).

UTSA 4, Texas State 3 April 10 • San Marcos, Texas Singles - (1) Giraldo (TXST) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; (2) Ellis (TXST) def. Wallin (UTSA) 6-4, 6-3; (3) Phillips (UTSA) def. Peele (TXST) 5-7, 7-6 (8-6), 6-1; (4) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Chafitz (TXST) 6-3, 6-2; (5) Kruse (TXST) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-4, 6-2; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Farmer (TXST) 6-4, 6-2. Doubles - (1) Scida/Silva (UTSA) def. Giraldo/Chafitz (TXST) 8-5; (2) Ellis/ Peele (TXST) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-6; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Farmer/Kruse (TXST) 9-8.

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Singles - (1) Sotnikova (SHSU) def. Scida (UTSA) 4-6, 6-0, 6-3; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Pozzan (SHSU) 1-6, 6-3, 6-2; (3) Phillips (UTSA) def. Taylor (SHSU) 3-6, 63, 6-1; (4) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Manzur (SHSU) 6-1, 6-0; (5) Kuruc (SHSU) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-2, 6-2; (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Vujosevic (SHSU) 6-3, 6-4. Doubles - (1) Sotnikova/Taylor (SHSU) def. Silva/Scida (UTSA) 8-5; (2) Pozzan/Manzur (SHSU) def. Drabkova/ Dedering (UTSA) 8-1; (3) Wallin/ Phillips (UTSA) vs. Kuruc/Vujosevic (SHSU) 5-7, unfinished. UTSA 4, Lamar 3 April 25 • Corpus Christi, Texas Singles - (1) Gutierrez (LU) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-1, 6-4; (2) Wallin (UTSA) def. Gutierrez (LU) 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7-2); (3.) Phillips (UTSA) def. Nava (LU) 6-2, 6-1; (4) Drabkova (UTSA) def. Ashrafi (LU) 6-1, 6-0; (5) Kuroda (LU) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-2, 7-6 (7-5); (6) Silva (UTSA) def. Aranda (LU) 6-4, 0-6, 6-4. Doubles - (1) Gutierrez/Gutierrez (LU) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-2; (2) Ashrafi/ Aranda (LU) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-5; (3) Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) def. Nava/Kuroda (LU) 8-3. UT Arlington 4, UTSA 0 April 26 • Corpus Christi, Texas Singles - (1) Hadvigerova (UTA) def. Scida (UTSA) 6-2, 6-4; (2) Negreanu (UTA) vs. Wallin (UTSA) 6-3, 0-6, 12, unfinished; (3) Jagosova (UTA) def. Phillips (UTSA) 6-0, 6-4; (4) Micochova (UTA) vs. Drabkova (UTSA) 3-6, 3-4, unfinished; (5) Martinez-Romer (UTA) def. Dedering (UTSA) 6-2, 6-2; (6) Matovivoa (UTA) vs. Silva (UTSA) 6-7 (3-7), 3-2, unfinished. Doubles - (1) Negreanu/Jagosova (UTA) def. Scida/Silva (UTSA) 8-0; (2) Martinez-Romer/Matovivoa (UTA) def. Drabkova/Dedering (UTSA) 8-2; (3) Hadvigerova/Micochova (UTA) vs. Wallin/Phillips (UTSA) 7-2, unfinished.

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Men’s Honor Roll

1996 Southland Conference Player of the Year Victor Sanchez

2000 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year Frederik Darmont

2006 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Andre Moreira Southland Coach of the Year

Becky Roberts 1994

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2003 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Jonas Hoglund

2007 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Rodrigo Morgado

Yearly Records Since Joining Southland Conference

Dr. Oliver Trittenwein 2001

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Overall (Pct.) 8-10 (.444) 10-5 (.667) 10-7 (.588) 6-8 (.429) 7-16 (.304) 13-10 (.565) 7-12 (.368) 10-10 (.500) 8-13 (.381)

SLC (Finish) 1-3 (5th) 5-2 (3rd) 2-2 (3rd) 1-3 (4th) 1-3 (4th) — 2-2 (3rd) 2-2 (3rd) 3-1 (2nd)

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Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Overall (Pct.) 13-11 (.542) 12-9 (.571) 10-12 (.455) 10-12 (.455) 16-7 (.696) 10-13 (.435) 12-12 (.500) 11-12 (.478) 8-13 (.381)

SLC (Finish) 6-0 (1st) 5-1 (2nd) 3-2 (t-2nd) 2-3 (4th) 4-2 (3rd) 3-3 (4th) 4-2 (3rd) 3-3 (t-3rd) 3-2 (3rd)


Men’s Honor Roll First-Team All-Southland Conference Selections

Giovanni Casanova 1992 - singles/doubles

Antonio Garza 1993 - singles

Jon Hernandez 1994 - singles

Ralph Budenbender 1994 - doubles

Ryan Reber 1994 - doubles

Sergio Esteban 1995 - doubles

Ricardo Fuentes 1995 - doubles

Victor Sanchez 1996 - singles/doubles 1998 - singles/doubles

Michael Lachelt 1996 - doubles

Michael Racliffe 1997 - singles 1998 - doubles

Michael Domanski 1999 - singles/doubles

Todd Petty 1999 - doubles 2000 - doubles

Frederik Darmont 2000 - singles/doubles 2001 - singles/doubles

Justin Work 2000 - doubles

Max Dounaev 2001 - singles

Brett Veale 2001 - singles

Andy Murillo 2000 - doubles 2001 - doubles

Dennis Andrade 2003 - singles/doubles 2005 - doubles

Jonas Hoglund 2003 - singles/doubles

Ricardo Almeida 2003 - doubles 2005 - doubles

Hetori Chavez 2003 - doubles 2005 - singles

Andre Moreira 2006 - singles

Adam Becker 2006 - doubles 2007 - singles

Joe Olfindo 2006 - doubles

Rodrigo Morgado 2007 - singles 2008 - doubles

Robin Fernandes 2008 - doubles

Daniel Moreiras 2008 - doubles

Max Stratmann 2008 - doubles

Not pictured: Leon Bax, 1992 singles/doubles

Second-Team All-Southland Conference Selections 2000 - Andy Murillo (singles); Justin Work (singles); Briac LaCamus (doubles); Pablo Sahagun (doubles) 2001 - Andy Murillo (singles); Tom Macquet (doubles); Brett Veale (doubles) 2002 - Dennis Andrade (singles); Frederik Darmont (singles); Max Dounaev (doubles); Brett Veale (doubles) 2003 - Joe Olfindo (singles) 2004 - Todd Hoy (doubles); Joe Olfindo (doubles) 2005 - Jonas Hoglund (singles) 2007 - Nate Avila (singles) 2008 - Daniel Moreiras (singles) 2009 - Andre Moreira (singles); Max Stratmann (doubles); Pedro Zanotelli (doubles)

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Women’s Honor Roll

2004 Southland Conference Player of the Year Paula Erausquin Yearly Records Since Joining Southland Conference Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

Overall (Pct.) 13-6 (.684) 10-5 (.667) 11-8 (.579) 13-5 (.722) 9-9 (.500) 10-9 (.526) 15-6 (.714) 15-8 (.652) 15-7 (.682) 14-6 (.700) 16-7 (.696) 21-4 (.840) 10-11 (.476) 5-14 (.263) 10-11 (.476) 12-9 (.571) 10-13 (.435) 16-8 (.667) 225-146 (.606)

SLC (Finish) 5-2 (2nd) 5-2 (2nd) 5-4 (3rd) 7-2 (3rd) 7-2 (2nd) 4-4 (5th) 8-1 (1st) 8-2 (t-2nd) 9-1 (2nd) 9-1 (2nd) 9-1 (2nd) 10-0 (1st) 7-3 (4th) 4-6 (t-7th) 6-4 (t-3rd) 6-5 (6th) 6-5 (t-5th) 8-3 (t-3rd) 123-48 (.719)

2004 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year Massiel Martinez Southland Conference Coach of the Year

Celine Verdier 1998

Becky Roberts 1999

Brenda Niemeyer 2003

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Women’s Honor Roll First-Team All-Southland Conference Selections

Mary Lopez 1993 - singles 1994 - doubles

Stacey Anderson 1993 - singles

Linda Langlais 1994 - doubles

Elizabeth Hollingsworth 1995 - singles

Tanya Cornejo 1996 - singles

Jenny Karlsson 1998 - singles/doubles

Jitske Minderhoud 1998 - singles 1999 - singles

Louise Soderkvist 1998 - singles/doubles 2000 - singles/doubles

Eva Soderkvist 2000 - singles/doubles 2001 - singles/doubles 2002 - doubles

Emily Foster 2001 - doubles

Svenja Fuhrig 2002 - singles/doubles 2003 - singles/doubles

Nicole Bouffler 2002 - doubles 2003 - doubles

Chantal Lesaar 2002 - doubles 2003 - doubles

Paula Erausquin 2003 - singles/doubles 2004 - singles

Kateryna Romanenko 2003 - singles

Massiel Martinez 2004 - singles

Ana Paula Soto Anton 2004 - singles

Sandra Kukla 2006 - singles

Second-Team All-Southland Conference Selections 2000 - Svenja Fuhrig (singles) 2001 - Emily Foster (singles); Phyllis Wilunda (singles/doubles); Svenja Fuhrig (doubles) 2002 - Nicole Bouffler (singles); Emily Foster (singles/doubles); Eva Soderkvist (singles); Kateryna Romanenko (singles/doubles) Holly Phillips 2009 - singles 2009 - doubles

Nathalie Wallin 2009 - doubles

2003 - Nicole Bouffler (singles); Chantal Lesaar (singles); Nadezda Rossikhina (singles/doubles); Kateryna Romanenko (doubles) 2004 - Paula Erausquin (doubles); Barbara Mooney (doubles) 2005 - Tanya Hasking (doubles); Nadezda Rossikhina (doubles) 2008 - Karen Scida (singles)

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Southland Conference Championship Teams n Champions

Seaso 2001 Regular

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(l-r): Head coac h Dr. Oliver Tr ittenwein, Rica Dounaev, Freder rdo Gasca, Max ik Darmont, Den nis Andrade, Ju Brett Veale, Stef stin Work, an Pope, Ayman Omar, Ricardo Almeida.

1998 Regular Season Champions

Back row (l-r): Celine Verdier, Jitske Minderhoud, Anne-Laurence Bilenne, Louise Soderkvist. Front row (l-r): Sandra Duque, Jenny Karlsson Tanya Cornejo, Julie Colin.

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(l-r): Head coac h Brenda Niem eyer, Svenja Fu Chantal Lesaar hrig, , Eva Soderkvist , K ateryna Roman Alysa Reid, Nic enko, ole Bouffler, Em ily Foster.

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2003 Regular

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All-Time Letterwinners Player Ricardo Almeida Dennis Andrade Nate Avila Erik Baan Lucien Bachelard Nandor Bajusz Tibor Bajusz John Bannon Murali Bashyam Leon Bax Kirk Beason Adam Becker George Beckley Bryan Benshoof Mike Bonney Shane Broussard Ralph Budenbender Pedro Canavati Joe Candelario Giovanni Casanova Dan Casey Hetori Chaves Chris Clausing Tracy Collins Roland Cuellar Joe Cushing Frederik Darmont Neil Darragh Jorge Delgado Rick Denham Holger Dimster Michael Domanski Max Dounaev Bobby Duran Sergio Esteban Ken Farrell Robin Fernandes Tracy Follmer Paul Frick Ricardo Fuentes Antonio Garza Ricardo Gasca Sean Handy Craig Hiddleston Jon Hernandez Jonas Hoglund Todd Hoy Jon Jenkin Kirk Keller Shariq Khan Brad King

Men

Years 2002-05 2002-05 2005-06 1991 1996 1992-95 1989-90 1983 1989-90 1992 1984 2005-08 1986 1998 1982 1994 1994 1989 1984-86 1990-93 1989, 90 2003-06 1994-97 1992 1989-91 1994 2000-02 1993-95 2009 1983-84 2001 1999 2001-02 1984-86 1995-96 1994 2006-08 1992-93 1992 1995-98 1993-95 2003-04 1991 1986 1991-94 2003-06 2003-04 2003 1984-86 2009 1995

Player Steve Klar Todd Koning Michael Lachelt Daniel Larsson Briac LeCamus Robert “Bo” Leslie John Liu Nenad Maric Scott McKay Tom Macquet Peter Mazalin Hermann Moran Andre Moreira Daniel Moreiras Rodrigo Morgado Andy Murillo Dub Nash Patrick O’Neal Magnus Oding Joe Olfindo David Page Tony Palumbo Todd Petty Aristidis Pontikas Stefan Pope Anthony Portois Michael Ratcliff Ryan Reber Glenn Richards Henrik Rikardsson George Rivers Pablo Sahagun Victor Sanchez Tim Schmuetsch Jay Scowcroft Caesar Schwarz Brandon Silvester Max Stratmann Jorg Tabor Roger Thurmond Brett Tomlinson Hector Trevino Brett Veale Francisco Vidal Bryan Wagner Brad Williams Kivett Williams Justin Work Scott Works Pedro Zanotelli

Years 1982-83 1989 1996-99 1986 1998-00 1995-96 1982-83 2007 1982-84 2001 1989-90 2008 2006-09 2009 2007-09 1999-2001 1982 1995 1997 2003-06 1982 1989-90 1999-2000 1999 2001-02 2005-06 1997-98 1991-94 1986 1996-99 1982-84 2003-04 1995-98 1991 1993 1998 2003-04 2008-09 1982 1990 1984-86 1984 2001-04 1999-2000 1991 1999-2000 1984 2000-02 1983-86 2009

Women

Player Years Stacey Anderson 1991-93 Alison Baker 1989 Lisa Bakewell 1986 Barbara Barend 1993-96 Maria Barger 1984 Jeannie Bettauer 1984 Anne-Laurence-Bilenne 1998 Nicole Bouffler 2002-03 Alysa Brown 1994-95 Cynthia Calzada 1989-90 Julie Colin 1998-2000 Tanya Cornejo 1995-98 Pinky Cruz 1983 Caroline Dedering 2008-09 Laura Dietrich 1982 Lisa Doggett 1982-83 Shelley Dominguez 1986 Monika Drabkova 2006-09 Sandra Duque 1998-2000 D’Ann Eilers 1994-98 Nicole Eilers 1994 Paula Erausquin 2003-05 Karla Fitzgerald 1982 Evelyn Folkerts 2001 Emily Foster 2002 Svenja Fuhrig 2001-03 Tasja Fuhrig 2004 Mary Garcia 1982 Denise Garza 1989-92 Galien Gembler 1990 Sonya Gonzales 2004 Lilliana Gonzalez 2004 Rachael Hansen 2005 Tanya Hasking 2005-08 Lisa Hibler 1982 Elizabeth Hollingsworth 1994-95 Shelly Holmes 1983-86 Jenny Karlsson 1997-98 Sandra Kukla 2006-07 Linda Langlais 1994-95 Chantal Lesaar 2002-05 Mary Lopez 1992-95 Mimi Lozano 1999-2001

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Player Years Massiel Martinez 2004-05 Laura McCarty 1999-2001 Jitske Minderhoud 1996-99 Barbara Mooney 2003-06 Diana Moreno 1996-97 Melissa Moreno 1993-96 Brenda Niemeyer 1983-85 Kelly Ann Nolan 1989-92 Katie Ottenbreit 2009 Joanne Patlan 1984 Holly Phillips 2007-09 Karen Roland 1987 Kateryna Romanenko 2002-04 Nadezda Rossikhina 2003-05 Laurie Runyan 1983-84 Karen Scida 2006-09 Felice Schneider 1991 Florentine Schneider 1990-93 Sue Serna 1984 Kate Sharp 1989 Micaela Silva 2009 Eva Silvester 2006-08 Christina Sinclair 1989-90 Eva Soderkvist 1999-2002 Louise Soderkvist 1997-2000 Ana Paula Soto Anton 2004-07 Sarah Stacy 1991-92 Beth Standlee 1982-83 Debbie Swize 1982 Nancy Tilbury 1987 Charlotta Thollin 1993 Isabelle Thouvenin 1996-97 Karen Tobias 1982 Karla Trevino 1989-90 Loretta Tuning 1987 Mariska Van Yzerloo 1991 Lorri Valdez 1992-93 Angie Vick 1990 Kristin Wagner 1992-93 Nathalie Wallin 2006-09 Suzy Wieser 1987 Phyllis Wilunda 2000-01 Cindy Wimpee 1996

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