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Volunteer Information

Volunteers

Over 800 volunteers donate over 20,000 hours of time each year to the tournament. In addition to the Tournament Director, Referee and the Advisory Board, there are thirteen area coordinators in Pre-Court Activity, Court Activity, Tower Activities, Contestant Systems, Tournament Support, Volunteers, Special Events, Promotions, Fundraising, Website, Media, Western Michigan University and Site Management.

The following committees are currently seeking volunteers:
  • WMU Tournament Desk
  • Information
  • Tickets
  • Pro Shop
  • Ushers
  • Stadium Transportation
  • Tower Assistants
To volunteer for the Tournament complete the Electronic Registration Form


Contact 2014 Volunteer Coordinator:
Dee Fish
Home: 269-382-4724
USTA Nationals • 1200 Academy Street • Kalamazoo College • Kalamazoo MI 49006
Tournament Office 269-337-7343 • Tournament Fax: 269-337-7385


Old Tennis Items Wanted for Display

Kathy Fosmoe, chair of the Trophies and Awards Committee, is looking for older tennis-related items to display in the locked glass cases in the Markin Center lobby. Items will be labeled “From the Collection of” if you wish.

Please contact Kathy Fosmoe (269-344-0446) or Terry Miller at the Nationals Office (269-337-7343).

Ball Runners + Management


Become a Ball Runner for the 2014 USTA Boys' National Championships

Kids 9 years and older are eligible

The 2014 USTA Boys’ 18 and 16 National Championships will be held August 2-10, 2014 at Kalamazoo College’s Stowe Stadium and the WMU Sorensen Courts. One reason the tournament is so great is because of our terrific ball runners and ball runner management team (and all of the families that support us). It would be awesome to have you be a part of this nationally-famous event. You are sure to have fun!

Download Ball Runner Letter



Ball Runner Management Team 2014

Ages 15-19

We had an awesome group of young people who served as Ball Runner Managers in 2013 and it is time to recruit Managers for 2014.

Volunteer Awards

2013
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2013 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Judy Garnett & Ellie Van Zandt
  • Community Service Award -- Phyllis Lightvoet
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer Award -- Thomas Kuchta
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- TBD
  • 2013 Honorary Referees -- David A. Haggerty, President USTA & Paul Templer
  • 2013 Exhibition Player -- Mark Knowles

2012
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2012 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Joy Duerr
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Scott Michel & Marie & Fred Zuidema
  • Community Service Award -- Linda Spann
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer Award -- Alex Liou
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Betsy Craig
  • 2012 Honorary Referees -- David Benjamin, President ITA
  • 2012 Exhibition Players -- Todd Martin, Brian MacPhie & Comedian Michael Kosta, MC

2011
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2011 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Nancy Anderson & Joanne Barretta
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Grace Flesche & Bob Kent
  • Community Service Award -- Dave Franson & Lyn Maurer
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer Award -- Sage Sackett
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Tom Cloud
  • 2011 Honorary Referees -- Jon Vegosen, President USTA & Mike Utley, Former Detroit Lions Offensive Lineman and creator of The Mike Utley Foundation
  • 2011 Exhibition Players -- Luke Jensen & Taylor Dent

2010
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2010 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Paul Ballard & Kathy Fosmoe
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Jody McBain
  • Community Service Award -- Tom Walker
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer Award -- Joan Hamlow
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Vickie Wright
  • 2010 Honorary Referees -- David Markin, Longtime Nats Official Referee and Former USTA President; Nikki Stone, Olympic Gold Medalist & Stephen Schwartz, Broadway Composer, Oscar and Grammy Winner
  • 2010 Exhibition Players -- Scoville Jenkins & Jan-Michael Gambill

2009
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2009 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket --
  • ????????? Chris Dillon?? Mark Riley & Bart van Giessen
  • Distinguished Service Award --?
  • ????????? Sally Gunderson?? Harriet & Don DeVries
  • Community Service Award
  • ????????? Bob Wagner
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer Award
  • ????????? Kelsey Hassevoort
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Alton Pollard
  • 2009 Honorary Referees - Michael Chang, Paul Goldstein - Exhibition Players; Roger Crawford, USPTA Tennis Pro & Lucy S. Garvin, President USTA

2008
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2008 Nationals:
  • Orrin B. Hayes Green Jacket -- Mike Goodrich & Carolyn Vredevelt
  • Rx Optical Distinguished Service Award -- Fran Glass & Nancy Heath
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield/Blue Care Network Community Service Award -- Ronda E. Stryker & William D. Johnston
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Kathryn Rose & Jennifer Young
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award --John Coleman
  • 2008 Honorary Referees - Rolla Anderson - USTA Nationals Director Emeritus; Patrick McEnroe - Captain U.S. Davis Cup Champions; and Stephanie Marston - Author & Motivational Speaker
2007
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2007 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- J. Joseph Brogger II & Colette Lewis
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Marlene Jabara & Nancy Acker
  • Community Service Award -- Paul Ballard
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Audrey Koopsen
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Joy Duerr
  • 2007 Honorary Referees -- Jane Brown Grimes - USTA President and Kathy Kaehler - Health & Fitness Expert

2006
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2006 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Ken Nielsen & Rob Passage
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Susan Einspahr
  • Community Service Award -- Fred Miller & Pam Shebest
  • Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Alison Koopsen & Corey Lager
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Doug Hentschel
  • 2006 Honorary Referee --Jane E. Brody, The New York Times

2005
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2005 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Darrell Davies & Bobbie Lam
  • Distinguished Service -- Peter Militzer
  • Community Service -- Claudia Evenboer
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Whitney Dillon & BrieLynn Hanna
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Sarah Clarke
  • 2005 Honorary Referee -- Franklin Johnson, USTA President & Chairman of the Board

2004
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2004 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Amanda Militzer
  • Distinguished Service -- Chris Dillon
  • Community Service -- Glenn Morgan
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Emily Craig
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Bunkie VanderSalm
  • 2004 Honorary Referee -- Vic Braden, World-renowned Tennis Coach & Kalamazoo College Alumnus

2003
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2003 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Timon Corwin
  • Distinguished Service -- Dave Clark
  • Community Service -- David Markin
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Mary Zura
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Rick Thomas
  • 2003 Honorary Referee -- Alan G. Schwartz, President USTA, 2003-04
2002
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2002 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Billie Hayward & Marcia Koestner
  • Distinguished Service -- Bobbie Lam
  • Community Service -- Terry Cooper & Richard Hutter
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Megan Fink
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Sally Paulus
  • 2002 Honorary Referee -- John Brown, Stryker Corp. Chairman, President & CEO
2001
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2001 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Julie Gibson & Rick Buckles
  • Distinguished Service -- Dee Fish
  • Community Service -- Jim Van Zandt
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Ken Smith
  • 2001 Honorary Referee -- Mervin A. Heller, Jr., President USTA 2001-02
2000
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 2000 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- John Brenneman
  • Distinguished Service -- Mike Durock
  • Community Service -- Warren "Stub" Louis
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Joshua Hodges
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Darrell Davies
  • 2000 Honorary Referee -- Dana Lee Cole, Managing Director, Travel Michigan

1999
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1999 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Fred Miller & Ron Creager
  • Distinguished Service -- Jan Cornell
  • Community Service -- Bob Dunbar, Jim Orwin
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Whitney Gibson
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Ken Hall
  • 1999 Honorary Referee -- Julia A. Levering, President, USTA 1999-00

1998
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1998 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Tami Hodges
  • Distinguished Service -- Nancy Anderson
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Ian Fish
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Art Leighton & Steve McWethy
  • 1998 Honorary Referee -- Tom Gullikson, Captain US Davis Cup Team

1997
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1997 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Sue Miller & Bud Donnelly
  • Distinguished Service -- Billie Hayward
  • Community Service -- J. Joseph Brogger
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Jenna Gibson
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Lambert Chapin & Paul Luther
  • 1997 Honorary Referee -- Richard D. Ferman, Jr., Executive Director USTA

1996
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1996 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Fred DeVall & Mark Klepper
  • Distinguished Service -- Janie Wallner
  • Community Service -- Eric Pratt
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Whitney Messner
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Ron Smart & Fred Bowman
  • 1996 Honorary Referee -- Harry A. Marmion, President, USTA 1997-98

1995
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1995 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Joni Ganger & Lee Shenton
  • Distinguished Service -- Kathy Fosmoe
  • Community Service -- Matt Chandler, Phil Covell, Bill Lightvoet
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Kristen Cooper
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Bruce Born & Eric Pratt
  • 1995 Honorary Referee -- Lester M. Snyder, Jr., President, USTA 1995-96

1994
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1994 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Heide Boutell & Bob Wood
  • Distinguished Service -- Barb Giesen
  • The Pat & Rolla Anderson Youth Volunteer -- Courtney Cory
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Bob Ball
  • 1994 Honorary Referee -- J. Howard Frazer, President, USTA, 1993-94

1993
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1993 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Bob Moss & Jack Vredevelt
  • Distinguished Service -- Julie Gibson
  • 1993 Honorary Referee -- George Acker, Long-time K'zoo Nationals Official & Legendary College Coach

1992
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1992 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Helen Handelsman, Connie Mehaffie, Terri Cooper, Jeff Messner & Darlene Pontello
  • Distinguished Service -- Sue Miller
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Lee Shenton & Henk VanLunenburg
  • 1992 Honorary Referee -- Robert A. Cookson, President, USTA, 1991-92

1991
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1991 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Brian Garman, Ken Black & Susan VanDis
  • Distinguished Service -- Terri Cooper
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Jack Vredevelt & Tami Hodges
  • 1991 Honorary Referee -- Gene Scott, Tennis great & Publisher

1990
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1990 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Nancy Jacobs
  • Distinguished Service -- Connie Mehaffie
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Fred DeVall
  • 1990 Honorary Referee -- Donald Dell, International Tennis Promoter & Agent

1989
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1989 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- William Dalm & Jack Neville
  • Distinguished Service -- David Breithaupt
  • Ron & Kathy Creager Outstanding Umpire Award -- Warren Snow
  • 1989 Honorary Referee -- Bud Collins, TV & Newspaper Tennis Analyst

1988
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1988 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Ileane Boes & Mike Ryan
  • Distinguished Service -- Jeanne Bowen
  • 1988 Honorary Referee -- Gordon D. Jorgensen, President, USTA, 1987-88

1987
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1987 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Donald C. Flesche & Jim Van Zandt
  • Distinguished Service -- Ann Smith
  • 1987 Honorary Referee -- Stan Smith, Former US Open Singles & Doubles Champion

1986
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1986 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Sam Peden
  • Distinguished Service -- Ileane Boes
  • 1986 Honorary Referee -- Arthus Ashe, Veteran Tennis Playing & Coaching Great


1985
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1985 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Dr. Richard Hodgman
  • Distinguished Service -- Nancy Jacobs

1984
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1984 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Gretchen Highlander
  • Distinguished Service -- Dr. E. Gifford Upjohn & Dr. A.B. Hodgman
  • 1984 Honorary Referee -- Gardnar Mulloy, Holder of 60 USTA National Titles (a record)

1983
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1983 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- George Acker & Richard Hutter
  • Distinguished Service -- Dr. Donald C. Flesche
  • 1983 Honorary Referee -- Donald Budge, One of the greatest players in tennis' history

1982
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1982 Nationals:
  • Green Jacket -- Rolla Anderson, David Markin & J. Joseph Brogger
  • Distinguished Service -- Wildie Fischer
  • 1982 Honorary Referee -- Howard Head, Inventor of the Prince racquet

1981
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1981 Nationals:

  • Distinguished Service -- Bob Wagner
  • 1981 Honorary Referee -- Marvin P. Richmond, President, USTA 1981-82

1980
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1980 Nationals:

  • Distinguished Service -- Gretchen Highlander
  • 1980 Honorary Referee -- Joseph E. Carrico, President, USTA 1979-80

1979
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1979 Nationals:

  • Distinguished Service -- David Markin
  • 1979 Honorary Referee -- Jack Kramer, Outstanding tennis player, administrator & organizer

1978
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1978 Nationals:

  • Distinguished Service -- J. Joseph Brogger
  • 1978 Honorary Referee -- Flo & Mike Blanchard, Internationally praised tennis officials

1977
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1977 Nationals:

  • Distinguished Service -- Jane & Harold Maloney
  • 1977 Honorary Referee -- Stanley Malless, President, USTA, 1974-76

1976
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1976 Nationals:

  • 1976 Honorary Referee -- Alexander (Sandy) Wiener, Official Referee, USTA Nationals, 1971-75

1975
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1975 Nationals:
  • 1975 Honorary Referee -- The Honorable Gerald R. Ford, The President of the United States, 1974-76

1974
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1974 Nationals:
  • 1974 Honorary Referee -- Frederick C. Fischer, Assisted locally in developing young tennis players

1973
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1974 Nationals:
  • 1973 Honorary Referee -- James Van Alen, Developer of the VASS scoring system

1972
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1974 Nationals:
  • 1972 Honorary Referee -- Dr. George N. Rainsford, President, Kalamazoo College

1970
Tournament Volunteer Awards for the 1974 Nationals:
  • 1970 Honorary Referee -- Lew Dipple, Long-time Tower Official, Kalamazoo Nationals










Tournament Director


Mark Riley

Phone: 269-337-7343 / Fax: 269-337-7385

Mail:
Mark Riley • USTA Tournament Office • Kalamazoo College
1200 Academy Street • Kalamazoo, MI 49006

Bio:

Mark Riley was named Kalamazoo College's head men's tennis coach and assistant director of the USTA Boys' 18 & 16 National Championships in July, 2007. Mark's head coaching duties began immediately. He worked closely with Timon Corwin on the 2007 tournament, and became director of the 2008 tournament.

"I never thought when I was playing on the Hornet tennis team that I would one day be the coach and carry on the legacy of Allen Stowe and George Acker and, most recently, Timon Corwin," said Riley. "The storied traditions of Kalamazoo College, both in tennis and academics, and the USTA Boy's National Championships have been the highlights of many outstanding careers and a source of pride for the community of Kalamazoo. I am honored to take this role and help carry forward those traditions."

Riley, a 1982 graduate of Kalamazoo College, has been head men's tennis coach at the University of Pennsylvania the past seven seasons. He led the Quakers to Ivy League championships in 2006 and 2007 and Eastern College Athletic Conference championships in 2005 and 2006. At Pennsylvania, Riley coached eight First Team All-Ivy selections, two Ivy League Rookies of the Year and an Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Rookie of the Year. In 2006, Riley was named Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast Region Coach of the Year, United States Tennis Association-Middle States Tennis Association Section Coach of the Year, and Philadelphia Area Tennis District Collegiate Coach of the Year. He currently serves on the ITA Board of Directors and the ITA Operating Committee. Riley was Tournament Director for the ITA East Region Championships in 2002 and 2006.

Prior to arriving at Penn., Riley served as head coach at the University of Kansas for four seasons (1997-2000). He led the Jayhawks to a school-best #9 national ranking, was a Big 12 runner-up and a three-time NCAA Region V Tournament qualifier.?His first head coaching position was at Drake University from 1994-1996, where he led the Bulldogs to runner-up finishes in the Missouri Valley Conference and at the NCAA Region V Tournament. He gained assistant coaching experience at Pennsylvania (1992-93) and Kansas (1993-94). In addition to his collegiate coaching positions, he has worked numerous camps, including the Levy Tennis Camp at the University of Pennsylvania and the Jayhawk Tennis Camp in Kansas. He is camp director for Team Riley in Philadelphia.

Riley began his collegiate playing career at the University of Pittsburgh, but transferred to Kalamazoo College after his freshman season. He was a Division III All-American and two-time captain at Kalamazoo College, where he played tennis for two years under coach George Acker. He played two singles and one doubles, and earned Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association most valuable player honors his senior season. In NCAA Division III singles competition, Riley was ranked #16 in 1981 and #10 in 1982. He was seeded fifth in the 1981 doubles and seventh in 1982. From 1984 to 1988, Riley was a world-ranked tennis player by the Association of Tennis. In 1985 he was the American Tennis Association Doubles Champion.

He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Kalamazoo College in 1982. He studied abroad in Spain, and completed a senior individualized project on the feasibility of ownership, construction and operation of an indoor racquet club. He was awarded the College's Department of Education Prize for excellence in education courses following his junior year. Riley is a member of the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association, the United States Professional Teacher's Association and the Black Coaches Association.

"This is fantastic news for Kalamazoo College and the Kalamazoo tennis community," said Timon Corwin, USTA Senior Director for Junior and Collegiate Competition and the former Kalamazoo College Head Men''s Tennis Coach. "I'm pleased that the team and the tournament will have someone with Mark's experience and proven track record leading both programs." "I am excited to have Mark join our staff," said Kristen Smith, Director of Athletics. "His experience and ability to develop championship teams will enable us to continue the tradition of excellence and success we have had with the Kalamazoo men's tennis program. Being a Kalamazoo College graduate and a former MIAA MVP, Mark understands what it takes to achieve at a high level academically and on the court."

The Kalamazoo College men's tennis team has won 71 consecutive Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships (1936-2009) with a record of 426-2 in the MIAA from 1935-2007. Kalamazoo has won seven NCAA Division III national championships and has made 25 consecutive NCAA III tournament appearances.



Mark Riley receives the coveted USTA Nationals Green Jacket from
former Tournament Director Rolla Anderson and former K Coach George Acker

Tournament Committees

Tournament Committees

The Nationals are divided into three Divisions: Tournament Support, Contestant Systems and Special Events and Services, overseen by the Volunteer Support Chair and Co-Chair. Each Division contains individual Committees (listed below):

Corporate Patrons • Individual Patrons • Lunch at the Nationals • Pro Shop • Shirt Distribution
Sponsorships • Ticket Sales • Badges • Flags & Signs • Patron Seating
Player Housing • Transportation • Umpire Housing • Volunteer Awards • Entries & Draws
On-Site Computers • Player Handbook • Scheduling • Scoreboard Grid
Tower Assistants • Public Relations • Telecommunications • Ceremonies • Site Maintenance
Singles Registration • Doubles Registration • College Coaches Registration • Food Service
Hospitality • Tennis Clinic • Player Gifts • Player Services • Registration Food
Registration Photos • Picnic • Invitations • Players' Party
Championship Brunch • Dinner at the Nationals • Sponsors' Party • Volunteer Dinner at the Nats
Parents/Coaches Dinner • Indoor Practice Courts • Information Center • Stadium Shuttle
Player Cards • Stadium Decorations • Stowe Practice Courts • Trophies & Awards
Special Awards • WMU Site • Program Advertising

Additionally, there are several Committees that operate outside of those listed above:
Pre-Court Activity • Tower Activities • Web Site • Site ManagementPhotographer

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Dr. Brian Garman Inducted into ITA Hall of Fame


Dr. Brian Garman (third from right) with 2009 Honorees

The USTA Boys' 18 & 16 National Championships' Dr. Brian Garman was among nine individuals inducted to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Men's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame at Texas A&M, College Station, Texas during the 2009 NCAA Tennis Championships. Garman was inducted as a contributor for inventing The Garman System, a computer system for scheduling matches, which is widely used throughout the U.S.

Dr. Garman serves as the assistant director of the USTA Boys’ 18s & 16s National Championships and has served as an NCAA assistant referee since 1980.

A graduate of Cornell University, Garman received his master’s, specialist’s and doctoral degrees from Western Michigan University. Garman began his career as a theoretical mathematician, but his interests have evolved to using known principles of mathematics to solve everyday problems. He is also widely known as The Mac Expert.

Joining Garman in the induction ceremony were players Byron Black (USC), Wayne Black (USC), Greg Holmes (Utah), Bruce Manson (USC), Jose Noriega (San Diego), Brad Pearce (UCLA), Peter Rennert (Stanford) and Paul Torricelli, former tennis head coach at Northwestern University.

For more information, see www.itatennis.com/AboutITA/HOF.htm. The ITA Men’s Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame is housed at the University of Georgia’s Henry Field Stadium in Athens, GA.


Tournament Director Mark Riley, Dr. Brian Garman and former Tournament Director Timon Corwin
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