Campus Notes
June 2005


By far the biggest news in college tennis this past month has been the resignation of Illinois coach Craig Tiley. While it had been rumored that he was considering the newly created position at the USTA as "Senior Director, Junior and Collegiate Competition," Coach Tiley shocked everyone by instead accepting a position as the Director of Player Development for Tennis Australia. During his 12 year run at Illinois, Coach Tiley led his team to eight straight Big Ten regular season titles, eight Big Ten Tournament championships, two national indoor championships and the 2003 NCAA Men's Tennis Championship, where Illinois swept the singles, doubles and team events. There will be an announcement in the next two weeks regarding his replacement.

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Georgia sophomore Shadisha Robinson, who led her team to a top ten ranking as she earned All-American honors in singles and doubles, was featured on BET's MAAD SPORTS. Shadisha appeared in a segment profiling elite student-athletes.

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Before graduating from Washington this past month, Alex Vlaski set a new singles record of 111 wins. The previous record of 108 was held by Matt Hanlin.

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Florent Girod and Jose-Carlos Pinto of Mississippi State have been named to the 2005 ESPN CoSIDA District All-Academic Team.

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Texas A&M's Lauren Walker was selected to receive the 2004-05 Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is given by the Big 12 Conference to honor two student athletes.

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Coach Wayne Martin picked up his 100th career victory before finishing the 2004-05 season with Long Island University.

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New Coaches For 2005-06:
Arizona Men-Tad Berkowitz
Drake Men-Chase Hodges
Ferris State Men-Dave Ramos
Hawaii Pacific Men & Women-Stefan Pampulov
Lander Men & Women-Brett Simpson
Nazareth Men & Women-Paul Waida
Wisconsin Men-Greg Van Emburgh
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Above Photo: Amer Delic, Coach Craig Tiley and Brian Wilson watch fellow 2003 Illinois Teammates Rajeev Ram at the U.S. Open.

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