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Men

Robert Krill, UW-Madison

Zeke Clark, Illinois

Thomas Pecor, Navy

Lucas Waak, Valparaiso

Lucas Anderson, Ball State

Andy Jackson, Air Force

Logon Collins, Marquette

Alexandre Brym, Ball State

Zane Smith, Ball State

Cliff Morrison, Ball State

Stephen Shao, Marquette

Jose Mancado, DePaul

Mark Rutherford, Marquette

Eigintas Vedrickas, Marquette

Tommy Dennis, Western Michigan

Michael Paul, Middle Tennessee (Wheelchair)

Matt Cloer, Florida State

Travis Parrott, Portland

Cody Hubbell, Texas A&M

Jamal Parker, Illinois

Hiro Nakamyura, Cal-Berkeley

David McNamara, Middle Tennessee

 

Thomas Blake, Harvard

Ricky Becker, Stanford

Robby Scott, Abeline christian

Marl Weaver, Texas A&M

Ignacio Martinez, University of San Diego

Janne Holtary, LSU

Jack Waite, UW-Madison

Koen Goenen, Leuven (Belgium)

Pete Fitzpatrick, Cal-Berkeley

Sven Saluuma, Indiana

Tony Snoyenbas, UW-Stout

Peter Wright, California

Andy Castle, Wichita State

Dan Weiss, Northwestern

Paul Annacone, Tennessee

Paul Smith, Wichita State

John Buchi, Oral Roberts

Mark Dickson, Clemson

 

Women

Miranda Ramirez, Syracuse

Summer Brills, Drake

Milena Toseva, Boise State

Kelly Poggensee-Wei, Cincinnati

Ana Pimienta, Marquette

Yuriko Ono, Western Michigan

Rocio Diaz, Marquette

Ana Gomez Alman, Kansas State

Petra Niedermayerova, Kansas State

Gillian and Rachael Hush, Marquette

Paulina Bigos, Alabama

Andrea Brenes, Alabama

Megan Moulton-Levy, William and Mary

Alyssa Detroy, Dayton

Sanja Incoc, Portland

 

Leigh Bradwell, Kentucky

Melissa Woods, Kentucky

Kathy Sell, Duke

Elisa Penalvo, Marquette

Brooke Siebel, Duke

Shannon Duffy, Northwestern

Alison Nash, Arizona State

Elizabeth Schmidt, UCLA

Marjorie Gantman, Northwestern

Nadia Smirnova, Auburn

Gulberk Gultekin, Alabama

Lisa Parks, Cal-Berkeley

Ali Yoshimoto, Cal-Irvine

Tiffany Silveria, Cal-Berkeley

Monika Waniek, Oklahoma State

Sokolwan Kocharoen, University of San Diego

Betsy Somerville, Arizona

Caroline Knudten, Kentucky

Kathy Frerici, Georgetown

Lynn Henderson, BYU

Sue Pendo, USC

Pam Jung, Pepperdine

Helena Monset, UCLA

Micki Schillig, San Diego State

Susan Hill, Clemson

 

 

MTC Sportsmanship Award

     The MTC Sportsmanship Award is presented in honor of Charles C. (Chas) Mulcahy, who founded the Milwaukee Tennis Classic in 1975.

    The award is given annually to the young man and young woman competing in the tournament who demonstrate meaningful and significant sportsmanship to serve as role models not only for the tournament by also the sport of tennis.

       Mulcahy has worked with members of the Greater Milwaukee community to build the Classic into the nation's longest \-running invitational tennis tournament for collegiate men and women. He now serves as president of Milwaukee Tennis Classic, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

      Mulcahy is a former No.1 singles player for Marquette University where he captained the team for all three years of his varsity career (1957-1959). He was a two-time participant in the NCAA Championships. He also received the McCahill Award, presented by Marquette to the senior athlete who has demonstrated the highest performance in scholarship, leadership and athletics.

       Among his honors:

       Mulcahy was inducted into the MU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988.

       In 1998, he co-chaired the World Semifinal Davis Cup tie between the United States and Italy.

       In 2007, the new electronic scoreboard in  MU's Healfaer Tennis Stadium & Recreation Center was dedicated to Mulcahy.

Celebrating 44 Years 1975-2019

 

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