Campus Notes
June 2002

Bea Bielik

NCAA singles winner Bea Bielik has been chosen as the winner of the 2001-02 Honda Sports Award for Tennis. Winners from each sport now compete for the prestigious Honda-Broderick Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. That award will be announced on June 17th. The Honda Awards Program will donate $5,000 in Bea's honor toward the women's athletic fund at Wake Forest. Bea is the first Wake Forest player to receive this award.

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The USTA has announced a new "Adult Open Ranking Division." The purpose of this new division is to create top 500 national rankings that are compiled from results in the juniors, collegiate, adults and the professional circuit. For more information, contact Theresa McNamara at the USTA: (914) 696-7I50,

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The University of Northern Iowa has dropped its men's and women's tennis programs as well as its swimming teams. The athletic departmment blamed the cuts on the school's struggle with finances, however, athletes who have scholarships will have them honored for one more year.

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Coaching Changes... After two successful years as Assistant Coach for the Georgia men's team (including an NCAA championship), John Roddick is leaving the school to open his own tennis academy in San Antonio, Texas... Bill Otta, Head Coach at Saddleback College, has retired after 34 years at the school, 22 coaching tennis...

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