Campus Notes

February 2002

Jessica Lehnoff

Derrick Spice

Todd Martin

University of Florida senior Jessica Lehnoff won her first title on the USTA Professional Circuit when she teamed with former college standout Vanessa Webb to win the doubles event at the Tallahassee Satellite. Jessica had quite a bit of success at the US Open this past Summer when she and her co-NCAA Doubles Champion Whitney Laiho made it to the third round of the doubles championships.

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At the ACC Men's Indoor Championships Georgia Tech's Joao Menano was the singles champion after defeating Andy Metzler of North Carolina, 0-6,7-6(6),6-2. Florida State's Rodrigo Laub and Xavier Luscan won the doubles with a 9-8(7) win over Geoff Boyd and Nicholas Monroe of North Carolina. The consolation singles title went to Wake Forest freshman Derrick Spice.

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Duke junior Julie DeRoo captured the singles title at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic. Julie defeated Caitlin Burke in the final, 6-2,7-6. In other news at the tournament, a wheelchair division was added this year, making the Milwaukee Tennis Classic the first collegiate event to feature able-bodied and disabled players competing at the same tournament.

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Daniel Scholten of TCU upset Texas' Roger Gubser in the finals of the Rice Invitational, 3-6,7-6,7-6.

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Coaching Changes... David Winberg has joined the Wake Forest women's team as Assistant Coach. Coach Winberg was Assistant Coach at the University of Central Florida where he also played... Nicholas Mueller is now the Assistant Women's Coach at William & Mary. Coach Mueller was a three-time captain for the Titans.

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Northwestern University has just dedicated a new $10 million tennis center. The Combe Tennis Center was dedicated in a ceremony featuring an exhibition by former Northwestern All-American Todd Martin and touring pro James Blake.

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January 2002 Campus Notes



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