The past year has been busy and full of challenges. We

have partnered with the National office and staff to improve

the USTA Mid-Atlantic Section (MAS). The Board of Directors

and I have promised to ensure open lines of communication,

transparency, and accountability, while the section

volunteers and staff continue to work to offer a more diverse range of tennis opportunities

for all members.

The Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia districts continue to

strengthen Community Tennis Associations (CTAs) and other grass-roots programs.

The MAS Committees have worked diligently to make the section both productive and

progressive. I appreciate the Co-Chairs and members’ time, talent and contributions for a

job well done.

The Section’s Mid-Atlantic Tennis and Education Foundation (MATEF) is growing tennis

by giving grants to juniors and tennis organizations that promote and develop tennis.

MATEF also inducted Richey Reneberg, Cora Masters Barry, Roy Van Brunt, and Anne and

Mark Geier into the Hall of Fame.

The Legg Mason Tennis Classic is one of the largest and well-attended events, brought

some of the world’s top-rated male tennis players to Washington, DC.

In the Virginia District, the Asian Festival in Reston had 20,000 participants in a carnival atmosphere, featuring on-court

tennis games.

The USTA Adult, Senior, Super Senior and Mixed Doubles leagues had a banner year with nearly 14% growth and continue

to grow by leaps and bounds. In addition, new formats like Flex and Combo Leagues are growing and attracting more recreational

tennis players.

The new Quick Start tennis format will provide more tennis opportunities, and we plan to reach a greater base of non-USTA

players to get them into the game.

A special thanks goes out to the MAS Board of Directors, Sectional Staff, District Officers and Staff, and MAS Volunteers.

I challenge every USTA Mid-Atlantic member to be a part of the Section’s future and bring a friend, family member, or

neighbor into this sport we all love. Better yet, sponsor a junior with a gift of a USTA membership.

Volunteers are needed in the community-tennis associations, grass-roots programs, districts and the section. Please go

online to www.midatlantic.usta.com or call the Section office at 703-556-6120. You can make a difference. We need your

help. Join the USTA family.





Rose Hobson

The USTA Mid-Atlantic Board of Directors: (L-R) Gordon Mikkelson, MD Delegate; Randy Belt, WV Delegate; Enid Weber, Secretary; Lynn

Duventure, First Vice President; Jim Macomber, Second Vice President; Rose Hobson, President; Chris Reynolds, MD President; Maurice

Patterson, DC President; Gordon Shingleton, MAS Delegate; Wayne McCoy, VA Delegate; and Steve Sarver, WV President. Not pictured: Pat

Hanssen, VA President; Mark Chisolm, DC Delegate; and Mike Geiger, Treasurer.












USTA MARYLAND DISTRICT………………………………..13-15

USTA VIRGINIA DISTRICT…………………………………...16-21

USTA WASHINGTON DISTRICT……………................................22




Adaptive Tennis

Mark Berry, Chair

Wayne McCoy, Board Liaison

Elaine Freeman, Staff Liaison

Pete Siegert, Maryland

Davis Toombs, Virginia

Mike Taylor, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Adult & Senior Competition

Gary Heinberg & Carol Wood, Co-Chairs

Gordon Mikkelson, Board Liaison

Andrea Lord, Staff Liaison

Gary Lyst, Maryland

Julie Ogborne, Virginia

Gloria Bell, Washington

Joe Estanich, West Virginia

Rich Allen, Steve Fiske, Henry

Kennedy & Joan Oelschlager, At Large


Wayne McCoy, Chair

Rose Hobson

Mike Geiger

Additional: TBD

Ed Binder, Staff Liaison

Budget & Finance

Mike Geiger, Chair

David Pullen, Maryland

George Duangmanee, Virginia

Maurice Patterson, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Ed Binder, Staff Liaison


Don Paitrick & Sue Worsham, Co-Chairs

Gordon Mikkelson, Board Liaison

Ronnie Goodall, Staff Liaison

Ann Peters, Maryland

Henrique Lage, Virginia

Jon Nguyen, Washington

Brandyn Fisher, West Virginia

Community Development

Elaine Freeman & Kathy Stroop, Co-


Mark Chisholm, Board Liaison

Ronnie Goodall, Staff Liaison

Brenda Gilmore, Maryland

Don Paitrick, Virginia

Sandra Diles, Washington

Joe Prenelle, West Virginia

Constitution & Rules

Chris Reynolds, Chair

Al Rusch, Virginia

Gordon Mikkelson, Maryland

Mark Chisolm, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Elaine Freeman


Corey Gordon & Kate Mills, Co-Chairs

Rose Hobson & Gordon

Shingleton, Board Liaisons

Ronnie Goodall, Staff Liaison

Marc Kantrowitz, Maryland

Jacob Wilson, Virginia

Barbara White, Washington

Paulette Umberger, West Virginia



Don Min, Chair

Chris Reynolds, Board Liaison

Elaine Freeman, Staff Liaison

Jim Lawson, Maryland

Don Min, Virginia

Kathy Williams, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Junior Competition

Kelly Jackson, Chair

Lynn Duventre, Board Liaison

Andrea Lord, Staff Liaison

David Parker, Maryland

Mark Bernstine, Virginia

Mark Williams, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Vicki Datlow, Terry Deremer, Vinh Do, & Chris

Tran, At Large


Eva Bell & Lin Borcherding, Co-Chairs

Maurice Patterson, Board Liaison

Pam Leibfreid, Staff Liaison

Chris Walsh, Maryland

Nancy Holt, Virginia

Steve Tolbert, Washington

Steve Munro, West Virginia

Thomas Hsieh & Rebecca Langager, At Large

Marketing & Membership

Ray Benton & Dave Malinowski, Co-Chairs

Pat Hanssen, Board Liaison

Elaine Freeman, Staff Liaison

David Wendt, Maryland

Helen Andrews, Virginia

Cynthia Davis, Washington

Whitney Belt, West Virginia

Multicultural Participation

Shantha Chandra & Hai Tran, Co-Chairs

Enid Weber, Board Liaison

Ronnie Goodall, Staff Liaison

Joy Faniyi, Maryland

Ed Tiong, Virginia

Washington: TBD

Sharon Belcher, West Virginia

Myron Davis & Sue Geibel, At Large

Nominating Committee

Sue Worsham, Virginia, Chair

Marc Kantrowitz, Maryland

Maurice Patterson, Washington

Steve Sarver, West Virginia

Dave Malinowski, Virginia, At Large

Vinh Do, Virginia, At Large

Dave Wendt, Maryland, At Large


Ernie Mosby, Chair

Randy Belt, Board Liaison

Andrea Lord, Staff Liaison

Suzanne Sheridan, Maryland

Maggie Schewel, Virginia

Ruth Dupree, Washington

Beverly Conley, West Virginia

Dave DeGrafft, & Reliford Sanders, At Large


Mary Conaway & Cheryl Sloan, Co-Chairs

Jim Macomber, Board Liaison

Tammy Reeher, Staff Liaison

Sol Lopez, Maryland

Janet Gehman, Virginia

Alice Lee, Washington

Alisa Tolliver, West Virginia


Ronnie Goodall

Community Tennis/

Diversity Manager

Pam Leibfreid




Andrea Lord

Competitive Player/

High Performance


Lynn Gertzog


Tennis Service


Elaine Freeman

Interim Executive


Juancarlo Vazquez

Community Tennis/

Diversity Assistant

Tammy Reeher




Ed Binder

Finance Manager

Jonathan Amos


Tennis Service




7926 Jones-Branch Drive

Suite 120

McLean, VA 22102-3367

Phone: 703-556-6120 or


Fax 703-556-6175




Elaine Freeman, ext. 13,


Pam Leibfreid, ext. 11,


Ed Binder, ext. 20,


Ronnie Goodall, ext. 12,


Andrea Lord, ext. 19,


Tammy Reeher, ext. 15,


Juancarlo Vazquez, ext. 16,


Lynn Gertzog, 301-983-2244


Jonathan Amos,



The 2008 Mid-Atlantic Yearbook

is published by the

USTA / Mid-Atlantic Section.

It is mailed free of charge to

households whose USTA

membership is current as of

March 2008. Others may purchase

a copy for $25 by contacting

the USTA/Mid-Atlantic

Section office at 703-556-6120

or 800-532-8782.

Tammy Reeher—

Yearbook Writer, Editor,

& Designer

The cover photograph was

taken by Elaine Freeman

when the 2007 U.S. Davis

Cup team defeated Russia 4-1

for the title in Portland, Oregon.

On the cover, Bob

Bryan, Captain Patrick McEnroe,

James Blake, Mike Bryan

and Andy Roddick hoist the

Davis Cup for the United

States, the 32 nd time in Davis

Cup history.




Sectional USTA Organization of the Year

Reston Tennis, Reston, VA

Adult/Senior Tournament of the Year

Active Aces Super Seniors Tennis Club (AASSTC) 60 & Over,

Washington, DC

Family of the Year

The Mumaw Family, Charles Town, WV

Junior Tournament of the Year

Franco Florio Boys and Peggy Dallam Girls Tournaments

at Army Navy Country Club, Arlington, VA

Volunteer of the Year

Glen Edwards, Charles Town, WV

Official of the Year

Maggie Schewel, Lynchburg, VA

League Coordinator of the Year

Jesse Berry, Rockville, MD

Adult/Senior Sportsmanship (Female)

Janet Kramer, Columbia, MD

Adult/Senior Sportsmanship (Male)

Avery Harwell, Brandywine, MD

Junior Sportsmanship (Female)

Isabel Aldunate, Bowie, MD

Katelyn Mumaw, Charles Town, WV

Junior Sportsmanship (Male)

William T. Beck, Potomac, MD

Community Professional of the Year

Chad Reed, Fishersville, VA

Community Program of the Year

Sonya Fox, Frederick, MD

Tennis Facility of the Year

Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks,

Howard County, MD

Outstanding Media/Press Coverage

Sonny Dearth, Newport News, VA

Excellence in Multicultural Participation

Brenda Gilmore, Largo, MD

Multicultural Participation Essay Contest

Elijah Abass, Owings Mills, MD

Multicultural Participation Art Contest

Serene Matthew, Ellicott City, MD

Lifetime Service Award

Elaine Freeman, Arlington, VA

Receiving 2007 Annual Awards: (Back) Alice Lee, Otelia Redman,

Chad Reed, Sonya Fox, Jesse Berry, Shantha Chandra, Maggie

Schewel, Michelle Mumaw (for her daughter Katelyn), Avery

Harwell, and Mary Conaway. (Front) Elaine Freeman and Brenda


USTA Director at Large John Korff

spoke at the USTA Mid-Atlantic

Annual Awards on Nov. 17, 2007.

Serene Matthew

USTA Vice President Joe

Grover, an honored guest.

Elijah Abass

Mid-Atlantic Art and Essay Winners: Multicultural Committee Co-

Chairs Shantha Chandra and Hai Tran presented awards to Serene

Matthew (Ellicott City, MD) the 2007 Multicultural Participation Art

Winner; and Elijah Abass (Owings Mills, MD) the 2007 Multicultural

Participation Essay Winner.


The Mid-Atlantic Hall of Fame induction dinner netted a record-setting $40,000 for the Mid-Atlantic Tennis and Education Foundation’s

summer tennis camp programs, which has provided funding for more than 1,000 youths.

Former District of Columbia Mayor Anthony Williams, USA Fed Cup and Olympic Captain Zina Garrison, and USTA Chairman and

President Jane Brown-Grimes were among the VIP guests at the sold-out gala of 230 attendees. Emcee Elise Burgin, a 2003 Mid-Atlantic

Hall of Fame member, introduced the inductees.

MATEF President Robert L. Bunnen Jr. said with the proceeds, more children will be helped. “Our overnight camps can cost $800 per

week, so this creates 50 new camper slots,” Bunnen said. “That’s awesome. MATEF will be able to send more youth to our summer

camp program as well as increasing grants to individuals for high-performance training and supporting worthy organizations serving our

mission of providing tennis and education to at-risk youngsters throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. We also will add to our roster of

camp partners and provide assistance for the educational component of the camps, including speed reading, essay writing and oral presentation

on tennis, sportsmanship, nutrition and life issues.

Rob Bunnen

“The Board and I are so proud of what we have been able to do for at-risk youth in DC, MD, VA & WV. We have tripled the number of

campers at our tennis & education camp partners in the last three years and have provided these camp scholarships to over 1,000 at-risk youth since our founding.

Because of the generous support by so many of you, in 2007 MATEF was able to sponsor 151 disadvantaged youth to either an overnight or a day-time educational

and tennis summer camp. MATEF strives to raise the self-esteem of Maryland, Washington, West Virginia and Virginia youth. By combining your contributions

with the generous contributions from Nike and Grand Slam Tours, you have allowed MATEF to make a difference in the lives of many. Our Campers and

the entire MATEF Board and Trustees join me in thanking you for your continued support.” Rob Bunnen

Board of Directors

Robert L. Bunnen Jr.


Suzanne Wills Kelly

First Vice President

Joseph A. Grover

Second Vice President

Christine Murphy Peck


David M. Wendt


Joseph W. Dorn

Elaine C. Freeman

Brenda J. Gilmore

Rose Hobson,

USTA/MAS President

Marc Kantrowitz

Lyn Rales

Christopher V. Tran

Daniel R. Waldman

Enid Weber

Sold-Out Mid-Atlantic Hall of Fame Banquet Nets $40,000

Virginia Wade


Virginia Wade, the Mid-Atlantic Hall of

Fame guest speaker, was honored for the

30th anniversary of winning her 1977 Wimbledon

title. The British native beat defending ‘76 Wimbledon

champion Chris Evert in three sets in the

semifinals and went on to defeat Betty Stove in

the finals for her third Grand Slam singles title.

She is the last British player to win a Wimbledon

singles title, and she won on the 100th-year

anniversary of the tournament. The International

Tennis Hall of Fame member has been ranked in

the top 10 for 13 years from 1967-1979 and has

also won four Grand Slam Doubles titles with

Margaret Court.

Board of

Honorary Trustees

Bahman Atefi

W. Jeffrey Austin

Eric F. Billings

Honorable John B. Breaux

Marvin P. Bush

Mark D. Ein

George W. Haywood

Charles R. Ince

Edward J. Kelly III

Frederick V. McNair, IV

Gordon Mikkelson

Richey Reneberg

Calvert W. Simmons Jr.

Carol Wood




Mid-Atlantic Tennis Hall of Fame: (L-R) Inductee Anne Geier, inductee Roy Van Brunt, USTA President Jane Brown Grimes, inductee Richey

Reneberg, guest speaker Virginia Wade, and inductee Cora Masters Barry. Missing from the photo, inductee Mark Geier. (Photos by Art Seitz)

DC innovator Cora Masters Barry

Umpire Makes

Right Call

Roy Van Brunt was

the youngest person

ever at 43 (in 1989)

selected for the USTA

National Chairman of

Umpires. He was the

Chief U.S. Open Umpire,

worked as a line

umpire for the 1981

U.S. vs. Czech Davis

Cup, was a Chair Umpire

at 15 consecutive

U.S. Opens between

1977-1991, and umpired

several tournaments

throughout the





Cora Masters Barry

helps children become

more confident and

improve their lives

with tennis, education,

and college scholarships.

Barry, former

District of Columbia

first lady, is Founder

and CEO of the Recreation

Wish List

Committee of Washington,

DC, which

recently completed the

Southeast Tennis and

Learning Center, a

$5.1 million tennis

facility in Washington,


US Open umpire Roy Van Brunt

Winningest Mid-Atlantic champions Anne and Mark Geier

Anne and Mark Geier have paired together to become the

winningest Mid-Atlantic mixed-doubles pair. The Silver Spring,

Maryland residents have achieved the first Grand Slam of Mixed

Doubles in Mid-Atlantic’s history by being ranked No. 1 in all

Mixed Doubles categories and are ranked No. 1 in Mixed 45 and

55 doubles.

Mark Geier’s mother helped him meet his future wife. His

mother picked up a mixed-doubles entry. But Mark didn’t play

mixed doubles, so he threw it away. His mother told him he

should play and went through the Mid-Atlantic rankings and

found the top-ranked girl in the 18s. It was Anne Watson. “My

life changed when I met Anne,” Mark said. “I said ‘Some day we

will win the Mid-Atlantic Championship.’”

Reneberg Has Beaten the Best

Maryland resident Richey Reneberg, who was

ranked as high as No. 20 in singles and No. 1 in

doubles, beat some of the world’s best players in

the ‘90s. Reneberg, who was ranked No. 1 in

doubles with partner Jim Grabb, won two Doubles

Grand Slam tournaments, including the ’92

U.S. Open with Grabb and the ‘94 Australian

Open with Jared Palmer.

The former Davis Cup player has singles wins

over John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Boris Becker,

Stefan Edberg, Goran Ivanisevic and Jim Courier.

Reneberg was named the ATP Newcomer of

the Year and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association

National Player of the Year in 1987. He

advanced to the 1986 NCAA finals and was a

three-time All-American.

Love Wins On

and Off Court

They did. After competing

in tournaments for 43

years, they have won the

open mixed doubles more

than 10 times, and the

husband and wife more than

20 times. Anne is first in

having the most No. 1

rankings in the history of

the Mid-Atlantic Section

and Mark is second.

The Geiers have their own

har-tru court and play often.

“Because of tennis, I have

my wife, my education,

friends, a social life, and

entertainment,” Mark said.

“Mark loves tennis,” Anne

said. “Every weekend, we

would play a different

tournament. I don’t know

how we did it. It was a lot

of tennis. You have to love

it to do it.” They did.

World-class player Richey Reneberg


Former DC First Lady Influences Children’s Lives: Cora Masters Barry

(back, middle) is with her Southeast Tennis and Learning Center kids.

(Front, L-R) Tierra Holloway, Jasmine Hamilton, Devante Williams, and Diamond

Herring. (Back) Nathaniel Wilkes, Barry, and Dominique Sanders.

(Photos by Art Seitz)

Margaret Dell and Fred McNair

(Right Photo)

Richey Reneburg

and his son Christopher.

Richey has

beaten the best

pros in the late ‘80s

to early-mid ‘90s

and only lost once

in the juniors with a

324-1 record.

(Left Photo)

Zina Garrison, Federation

Cup and

Olympic women’s

coach, spoke at the



Small world: Anne Waldron (right), who was a 12-year-old

English ball girl for her fellow Brit Virginia Wade (left) met

her idol again at the Hall of Fame banquet at the Army

Navy Country Club. “I was a ball girl at a pre-Wimbledon

tournament,” said Waldron, who now lives in Potomac,

MD. “She was the Great English Hope [to win Wimbledon].

She did win, but it took another five years. I was 17 when

she won.”

Hall of Fame emcee Elise Burgin, Mid-Atlantic President

Rose Hobson, and guest speaker Virginia Wade. Former DC mayor Anthony Williams

spoke about Cora Masters

Barry’s dedication to her Southeast

Tennis and Learning Center children,

calling Barry “Hurricane

Cora” because she is a “force of

nature.” She would keep persevering

until projects were completed.

Barry has helped hundreds of

students. Williams said, “Someone

who stands out in the leadership of

our city is Cora. We love you. Keep

doing what you are doing. You’re

the best.”

For articles on the Hall of Fame inductees,

go to the USTA Mid-Atlantic website

at www.midatlantic.usta.com




2007 Final Rankings

Boys’ 18 Singles

1. Patrick Daciek Severna Park, MD

2. Chris Goodwin Rockville, MD

3. Sergio Wyss Bethesda, MD

4. Zachary Nicholson Bowie, MD

5. Zachary Pine Vienna, VA

6. Jonathan Pine Vienna, VA

7. Drew Courtney Clifton, VA

8. Sidarth Balaji Fairfax, VA

9. Jan Stefanski Falls Church, VA

10. Jordan Dyke Alexandria, VA

11. N. Tanaka Woodbridge, VA

12. Ryan Lissner Ellicott City, MD

13. Daniel Barnas La Plata, MD

14. Barajas-Alexander Arlington, VA

15. David Nguyen Columbia, MD

16. Eric Shulman Glen Allen, VA

17. John Kelly Owings Mills, MD

18. Alex Centenari Baltimore, MD

19. Roshan Potarazu Rockville, MD

20. Philip Parrish Richmond, MD

21. John Collins Bowie, MD

22. Jared Pinsky Potomac, MD

23. Matthew Feeley Arlington, VA

24. Taylor Hairston Oxon Hill, MD

25. Felix Sun Potomac, MD

26. Timothy Klanke Rockville, MD

27. Hayden White Baltimore, MD

28. Ben Fass Baltimore, MD

29. Benjamin Wirth Virginia Beach, VA

30. Felix Hong Millersville, MD

31. Matt Lichtenstein Darnestown, MD

32. C.J. Williams Richmond, VA

33. Harsha Rao Severn, MD

34. Timothy Lozinak Churchville, MD

35. David Lupinetti Walkersville, MD

36. Neil Soni Germantown, MD

37. Tyler Jeffers Ocean City, MD

38. Kevin McMillen Richmond, VA

39. Monte Tiller Roanoke, VA

40. Kareem Farah McLean, VA

41. Doug Gallagher Burke, VA

42. Quentin Logan Louisa, VA

43. George Branche McLean, VA

44. Paul Burgin Baltimore, MD

45. Stephen Hardy Fairfax, VA

46. William Beck Potomac, MD

47. Whitney Hunter Charlottesville, VA

48. Ian Fraser Virginia Beach, VA

49. Garrett Widing Great Falls, VA

50. Nicky Piacente Rockville, MD

Boys’ 16 Singles

1. Justin Shane Falls Church, VA

2. John Collins Bowie, MD

3. Mitchell Frank Annandale, VA

4. Felix Sun Potomac, MD

5. Sidarth Balaji Fairfax, VA

6. Kyle Parker Richmond, VA

7. Chris Goodwin Rockville, MD

8. Paul Burgin Baltimore, MD

9. Timothy Klanke Rockville, MD

10. Kevin Castellow Burke, VA

11. Kevin McMillen Richmond, VA

12. Eiichiro Okuyama N. Potomac, MD

13. Hayden White Baltimore, MD

14. Daniel Nguyen Dunn Loring, VA

15. Harsha Rao Severn, MD

16. Anton Kovrigin Rockville, MD

17. Matthew Feeley Arlington, VA

18. Stephen Hardy Fairfax, VA

19. Neil Soni Germantown, MD

20. Michael Phaup Fairfax Station, VA

21. Kareem Farah McLean, VA

22. Matt Lichtenstein Darnestown, MD

23. Timothy Lozinak Churchville, MD

24. Stephen Katzel Boyds, MD

25. Cliff Reynolds Boyds, MD

26. Chad Brady Bluefield, WV

27. James Davis Manassas, VA

28. Jackson Breit Virginia Beach, VA

29. Felix Hong Millersville, MD

30. Joe Dorn Washington, DC

31. Andrew Lutz Baltimore, MD

32. Justin Carter Pikesville, MD

33. Brian Randolph Oakton, VA

34. Eric Ward Upper Marlboro, MD

35. Jordan Dyke Alexandria, VA

36. Jerel Pleasant Bowie, MD

37. Jason Luu Fairfax, VA

38. Ryan Kent Ellicott City, MD

39. John Kelly Owings Mills, MD

40. Zachary Carl Richmond, VA

41. Denis Kudla Arlington, VA

42. Max Schnur Richmond, VA

43. Andrew Pecht Hyattsville, MD

44. Brian Hope Fairfax, VA

45. Van Damrongsri Ellicott City, MD

46. Ian Mansfield Fishersville, VA

47. Glenn Diersen Glen Allen, VA

48. Michael Katz Owings Mills, MD

49. Alexander Wiese Potomac, MD

50. John Macomber Vienna, VA

Boys’ 14 Singles

1. Daniel Nguyen Dunn Loring, VA

2. Anton Kovrigin Rockville, MD

3. Alex Sidney Baltimore, MD

4. Jason Luu Fairfax, VA

5. Kevin Chu Potomac, MD

6. Van Damrongsri Ellicott City, MD

7. Edwin Zhang Falls Church, VA

8. Justin Carter Pikesville, MD

9. Ryan Shane Falls Church, VA

10. Michael Katz Owings Mills, MD

11. Luca Corinteli Alexandria, VA

12. Patrick O’Keefe Salem, VA

13. Matt Waddell Richmond, VA

14. Benjamin Davies McLean, VA

15. Max Schnur Richmond, VA

16. Chris Vrabel Centreville, VA

17. Eiichiro Okuyama N. Potomac, MD

18. Joe Dorn Washington, DC

19. Alec Hoblitzell Baltimore, MD

20. A. Camara Potomac, MD

21. Edgar Vitkovski Richmond, VA

22. Evan Ward Upper Marlboro, MD

23. Myron Davis Hyattsville, MD

24. Ankur Bhargava Centreville, VA

25. Philip Nelson Reston, VA

26. M. Razumovsky Baltimore, MD

27. Tanner Baine Virginia Beach, VA

28. Andrew Schafer New Market, MD

29. Aaron Gomez La Plata, MD

30. Kamal Patel Germantown, MD

31. Tyler Carey Moseley, VA

32. Ian Huang Burke, VA

33. Graham Wilson Newport News, VA

34. Sammy Schwartz Roanoke, VA

35. Justin Shane Falls Church, VA

36. Jerel Pleasant Bowie, MD

37. Louis Malfait Alexandria, VA

38. Alex Conn Pikesville, MD

39. Venkatasubramanian Glen Allen, VA

40. Austin Miller Rockville, MD

41. Andrew Pecht Hyattsville, MD

42. Kevin Gates Ellicott City, MD

43. Tyler Tulenko Keswick, VA

44. Mateo Cevallos Silver Spring, MD

45. Jay Soni Germantown, MD

46. Daniel Sun Charlottesville, VA

47. Brett Moorhead Midlothian, VA

48. Peter Weng Silver Spring, MD

49. Mitchell Frank Annandale, VA

50. Jordan Portner Ellicott City, MD

Boys’ 12 Singles

1. Dan Shebshayevich Potomac, MD

2. Jordan Portner Ellicott City, MD

3. Venkatasubramanian Glen Allen, VA

4. Kasey Countee Cheltenham, MD

5. C. Okungbowa Alexandria, VA

6. Aries Wong Bethesda, MD

7. Nicholas Reyes Potomac, MD

8. Kevin Kelly Ashburn, VA

9. Andrew Schafer New Market, MD

10. Alex Hahn Rockville, MD

11. Harrison O'Keefe Salem,VA

12. Chris Vrabel Centreville, VA

13. Sinclair Farinholt Richmond, VA

14. Scott Lee Clarksville, MD

15. Mateo Cevallos Silver Spring, MD

16. Yancy Dennis Reisterstown, MD

17. Francis Tiafoe College Park, MD

18. Noah Fenton Middleburg, VA

19. Michael Perel Richmond, VA

20. Andrew Harrington Millersville, MD

21. Arvind Kannan Potomac, MD

22. Anton Zykov Falls Church, VA

23. Nicholas Bayh Washington, DC

24. Tyler Tulenko Keswick, VA

25. Michael Quang Forest Hill, MD

26. Zack Zapatero Virginia Beach, VA

27. Maxim Paskalutsa Williamsburg, VA

28. Aaron Gomez La Plata, MD

29. Michael Drougas Roanoke, VA

30. Mwaridi Ndunda Burke, VA

31. Daniel Larkins Silver Spring, MD

32. Lewis Goode Virginia Beach, VA

33. Nik Padmanabhan McLean, VA

34. Matthew Fine Potomac, MD

35. Alex Cauneac Severna Park, MD

36. Jordan Krasner Rockville, MD

37. Gabriel Goldberg Potomac, MD

38. Luca Corinteli Alexandria, VA

39. Cody Miller Rockville, MD

40. Anthony Prezenchuk Baltimore, MD

41. Taylor McKnight Washington, DC

42. Daniel Wang Oak Hill, VA

43. Wesley Wong South Riding, VA

44. Kian McLean Chevy Chase, MD

45. Oludayo Areke Clarksville, MD


Boys’ 12 Singles

46. Charles Mao Columbia, MD

47. Brandon Lee Reston, VA

48. Chris Armistead Virginia Beach, VA

49. Akash Bhargava Centreville, VA

50. Kyle Hairston Oxon Hill, MD

Boys’ 10 Singles

1. Alex Cauneac Severna Park, MD

2. Sean Sculley Churchville, MD

3. John Lindsey Chevy Chase, MD

4. Dennis Afanasev Williamsburg, VA

5. Charles Pei Earlysville, VA

6. Brian Tsao Sparks Glencoe, MD

7. Jakob Cole Falls Church, VA

8. Jacob Walker Bethesda, MD

9. Michael Li Clarksville, MD

10. Parker Wilson Winchester, VA

11. Matthew Lozinak Churchville, MD

12. Vijay Golla Bowie, MD

13. Taylor McKnight Washington, DC

14. Henry Barrett Baltimore, MD

15. Quentin Boustany Elkridge, MD

16. Scotty Watson Virginia Beach, VA

17. Elliot Tapscott Bowie, MD

18. Chris Caskin Potomac, MD

19. Luc Mortemousque Lynchburg, VA

20. Joshua Carnohan New Kent, VA

21. S. Mermersky Washington, DC

22. M. Padmanabhan McLean, VA

23. Peter Brodzik Richmond, VA

24. Bryce Depew Midlothian, VA

25. Marko Williams Washington, DC

26. M. Ruamthong Alexandria, VA

27. Adam Fenton Middleburg, VA

28. Alex Pierson Chevy Chase, MD

29. Oludayo Areke Clarksville, MD

30. Nickolas Daly Lynchburg, VA

31. Rasheed Slade Temple Hills, MD

32. Alex Gerson Bethesda, MD

33. Neal Creasy Lynchburg, VA

34. Adrien Bouchet Oakton, VA

35. Austen Delnicki Newport News, VA

36. A. Kravchenko Baltimore, MD

37. Sean Hogan Laytonsville, MD

38. Scott Sculley Churchville, MD

39. Manny Gancayco Potomac, MD

40. Chris Reneberg Bethesda, MD

41. Mark Prettyman Fairfax, VA

42. Nicholas Henault Millersville, MD

43. Lucas Rovani McLean, VA

44. N. Mitchell Bethesda, MD

45. Peter Dudley Charlottesville, VA

46. Greyson Guthrie Herndon, VA

47. Mitchell Pleasure Herndon, VA

48. Dwayne Thomas Silver Spring, MD

49. Matthew Cousins Midlothian, VA

50. Andrew Rainger Broad Run, VA

Girls’ 18 Singles

1. Maria Fuccillo Rockville, MD

2. Agnes Sibilski Bethesda, MD

3. Elizabeth Kaufman Potomac, MD

4. L. Hardenbergh Fairfax Station, VA

5. Beatrice Capra Ellicott City, MD

6. Grace Leake Columbia, MD

7. Natalie Blosser McLean, VA

8. Hai-Li Kong Potomac, MD

9. Carmen Jackman Silver Spring, MD

10. Zahra Dawson Ft. Washington, MD

11. Katharine Blow Richmond, VA

12. Yilian Zhang Oak Hill, VA

13. Emily Harman Petersburg, WV

14. Gabrielle Duncan Bowie, MD

15. Aileen Shea Great Falls, VA

16. Lauren Palmucci Fairfax, VA

17. Linden Li Great Falls, VA

18. Caroline Capute Baltimore, MD

19. Lindsay Katz Owings Mills, MD

20. Allison Shulman Glen Allen, VA

21. Courtney Casey Rockville, MD

22. Jennifer Lavet Vienna, VA

23. Skylar Morton Bethesda, MD

24. Kathryn Schafer New Market, MD

25. Michelle Meadows Virginia Beach, VA

26. Gabrielle Devlin McLean, VA

27. Michelle Nguyen Springfield, VA

28. Victoria Ford Williamsburg, VA

29. Noel Scott Laurel, MD

30. Marjorie Baker Washington, DC

31. Aandria Carr Upper Marlboro, MD

32. Brooke Blackwell Vienna, VA

33. Marisa Schonfeld Washington, DC

34. Hana Evans Odenton, MD

35. Alexandra Rice Warrenton, VA

36. Audrey Nguyen Midlothian, VA

37. Brittany Bolster Eldersburg, MD

38. Rochelle Lambert Bunker Hill, WV

39. Chris Hammond Charles Town, WV

40. Shannon Bayliss Charlottesville, VA

41. Laura Simmons Phoenix, MD

42. Sarah Monsheimer Silver Spring, MD

43. Brittany Marshall Ocean City, MD

44. Kristin Nimitz Glen Allen, VA

45. Moriah Burke Rockville, MD

46. Casey Dashiell Norfolk, VA

47. Kristina Rud Oakton, VA

48. Parham Barber Martinsville, VA

49. Jacqueline Palmucci Fairfax, VA

50. Julie Vrabel Centreville, VA

Girls’ 16 Singles

1. Linden Li Great Falls, VA

2. Natalie Blosser McLean, VA

3. Julie Vrabel Centreville, VA

4. Skylar Morton Bethesda, MD

5. Fabiola Chaillo Falls Church, VA

6. Marjorie Baker Washington, DC

7. Cecelia Greco Haymarket, VA

8. Malissa Sibly Virginia Beach, VA

9. Jacqueline Palmucci Fairfax, VA

10. Noor Judeh Potomac, MD

11. Gabrielle Devlin McLean, VA

12. Kelsey McGillis Great Falls, VA

13. Emily Harman Petersburg, WV

14. Sydney Smith Washington, DC

15. Maureen Slattery Newport News, VA

16. Sonja Meighan McLean, VA

17. Lindsay Katz Owings Mills, MD

18. Elizabeth Kaufman Potomac, MD

19. Spencer Liang Potomac, MD

20. Lauren Davis Mitchellville, MD

21. Kiersten Pappas Waterford, VA

22. Gabrielle Duncan Bowie, MD

23. Laura Simmons Phoenix, MD

24. Alexandra Ritter Virginia Beach, VA

25. Erica Choo Baltimore, MD

26. Alysia Rodgers Bethesda, MD

27. Darien Sears Silver Spring, MD

28. Alexandra Assaf McLean, VA

29. Sarah Macy Potomac, MD

30. Jennifer Lavet Vienna, VA

31. Callie Whitlock Richmond, VA

32. Christina Harrington Millersville, MD

33. Michelle Nguyen Springfield, VA

34. Ariel Burke Rockville, MD

35. Maria Fuccillo Rockville, MD

36. Lauren Palmucci Fairfax, VA

37. Lindsay Raulston Franklin, VA

38. Ama Osei Lanham, MD

39. Leah Garrison Lanham, MD

40. Katelyn Mumaw Charles Town, WV

41. Isabel Aldunate Bowie, MD

42. Sarah Monsheimer Silver Spring, MD

43. Betsey Ezell Danville, VA

44. Shanique Alabi Bristow, VA

45. Sophie Schonfeld Washington, DC

46. Lolita Kachay Baltimore, MD

47. Aandria Carr Upper Marlboro, MD

48. Mary Tepper Richmond, VA

49. Karling Watson Virginia Beach, VA

50. Ashley Delaney Ellicott City, MD

Girls’ 14 Singles

1. Julie Vrabel Centreville, VA

2. Sonja Meighan McLean, VA

3. Noor Judeh Potomac, MD

4. Fabiola Chaillo Falls Church, VA

5. Skylar Morton Bethesda, MD

6. Spencer Liang Potomac, MD

7. Sarah Pariser Alexandria, VA

8. Ama Osei Lanham, MD

9. Lauren Davis Mitchellville, MD

10. Vanessa Vanderdys Chantilly, VA

11. Isabel Aldunate Bowie, MD

12. Katelyn Mumaw Charles Town, WV

13. Christina Harrington Millersville, MD

14. Alanna McFail Ft. Washington, MD

15. Alexandra Ritter Virginia Beach, VA

16. Emily Hahn Richmond, VA

17. Sydney Smith Washington, DC

18. Sophie Schonfeld Washington, DC

19. Maureen Slattery Newport News, VA

20. Meg Napolitano Charlottesville, VA

21. Paige Olson Sykesville, MD

22. Suhasini Ghosh Gaithersburg, MD

23. Elizabeth Stewart Oakton, VA

24. Caroline Haymans Great Falls, VA

25. Megan Hahn Rockville, MD

26. Emily Flickinger Arlington, VA

27. Lauren Goldberg Norfolk, VA

28. Monet Graves Washington, DC

29. Jacqueline Palmucci Fairfax, VA

30. Sylvia Huffman S. Riding, VA

31. Callie Whitlock Richmond, VA

32. Amanda Rodgers Middleburg, VA

33. Alexandra Baer Virginia Beach, VA

34. Laila Judeh Potomac, MD

35. Kelsey McGillis Great Falls, VA

36. Abbie Pahz Midlothian, VA

37. Dylan Owens Olney, MD

38. Karling Watson Virginia Beach, VA

39. Caroline Baker Washington, DC

40. Anastasia English Columbia, MD

41. Shao Tu Ashland, VA

42. Alexandra Assaf McLean, VA

43. Heather Fantry Towson, MD

44. Lara Min Roanoke, VA

45. Rena Shi Clarksville, MD

46. Christine Abbott Midlothian, VA

47. Skylar Holloway Oxon Hill, MD

48. Victoria Tran Annandale, VA

49. Mina Pirasteh Warrenton, VA

50. Olukemi Areke Clarksville, MD

Girls’ 12 Singles

1. Sylvia Huffman S. Riding, VA

2. Abbie Pahz Midlothian, VA

3. Laila Judeh Potomac, MD

4. Elizabeth Stewart Oakton, VA

5. Maureen Slattery Newport News, VA

6. Shannon Hudson Virginia Beach, VA

7. Katie Marvin Rockville, MD

8. Gabriela Srodowski California, MD

9. Ndindi Ndunda Burke, VA

10. Skylar Holloway Oxon Hill, MD

11. Alexandra Baer Virginia Beach, VA

12. Alexandra Sharshakov Reisterstown, MD

13. Dylan Owens Olney, MD

14. Megan Hahn Rockville, MD

15. Madeline Melch Potomac, MD

16. Anna Rozenberg Chevy Chase, MD

17. Katia Jordan Baltimore, MD

18. Mia Gancayco Potomac, MD

19. Mary Ewens Fairfax Station, VA

20. Michelle Castro Oakton, VA

21. Sydney Rider Annapolis, MD

22. Olivia Gaudreault Annapolis, MD

23. Jane Awad McLean, VA

24. Anna Fuhr Richmond, VA

25. Shelby Harris Newport News, VA

26. Emma Carl Richmond, VA

27. Lydia Carter Hyattsville, MD

28. Paige Olson Sykesville, MD

29. Monet Graves Washington, DC

30. Megumi Chen McLean, VA

31. Sophie Chang Havre De Grace, MD

32. Kelly Stewart Richmond, VA

33. Riana Roberts Silver Spring, MD

34. Anna Houghton McLean, VA

35. Olivia Large Virginia Beach, VA

36. Safeeyah Iverson University Park, MD

37. Natalie Macdisi Virginia Beach, VA

38. Kait Brogan Virginia Beach, VA

39. Spencer Liang Potomac, MD

40. Ashley Barrow Alexandria, VA

41. Jessie Nolan Winchester, VA

42. Montana Moore Richmond, VA

43. Heather Fantry Towson, MD

44. Karen Pak Glen Allen, VA

45. Stephanie Arnold Morgantown, WV

46. Lilian Burchell Ruxton, MD

47. Maya Lewis Bowie, MD

48. Kassie Tulenko Keswick, VA

49. Caroline Crisostomo Reston, VA

50. Meagan Perez Bethesda, MD

Girls’ 10 Singles

1. Bridgett Blowe Frederick, MD

2. Lilian Burchell Ruxton, MD

3. Naomi Waters Annapolis, MD

4. Ines Vias Germantown, MD

5. Milan Graves Washington, DC

6. Amber Policare Richmond, VA

7. Cameron Corse Baltimore, MD

8. Brooke Pilkington Virginia Beach, VA

9. Jona Roka Lorton, VA

10. Lauren Hassell Ellicott City, MD

11. Alexa Corse Baltimore, MD

12. Stephanie Miller Washington, DC

13. Emily Pence Virginia Beach, VA

14. Christina Harris Falls Church, VA

15. Opala Dhingra Darnestown, MD

16. Jaemye Smith Baltimore, MD

17. Sydney Yao Alexandria, VA

18. Anna Brodzik Richmond, VA

19. Sophie Chang Havre De Grace, MD

20. Nicole Krykanov Virginia Beach, VA

21. Kassie Tulenko Keswick, VA

22. Marisa Class Cockeysville, MD

23. Lea Owens Olney, MD

24. Abigail Thornton Ellicott City, MD

25. Isabella Mermersky Washington, DC

26. Sara Fioretti Finksburg, MD

27. Liana English Bruceton Mills, WV

28. Katarina Sherman Rockville, MD

29. Montana Moore Richmond, VA

30. Sydney Goodson Great Falls, VA

31. Nicole Fatemi Bethesda, MD

32. Adeola Animasahun Burtonsville, MD

33. Carmen Palumbo McLean, VA

34. Joyce Fields Arlington, VA

35. Barbara Delp Roanoke, VA

36. Saadhana Kukkala Glen Allen, VA

37. Ashley Riddle Germantown, MD

38. Jessica Barr Summit Point, WV

39. Cecilia Lynham Chevy Chase, MD

40. Teresia Londol Beltsville, MD

41. Lilly Ellick Richmond, VA

42. Dahlia Huh Germantown, MD

43. Krista Jiranek Parkton, MD

44. Krista Thomas Fairfax, VA

45. Raveena Kingsley Parkton, MD

46. Claire Bedi Chesapeake, MD

47. Arianna Spirtos Potomac, MD

2007 NTRP Final Rankings

Men’s 3.0 Singles

1. Paul Cannon Alexandria, VA

2. David Harley Crofton, MD

3. Bruce Gordon Germantown, MD

Men’s 3.5 Singles

1. Scott Triplett Middleburg, VA

2. Toby Cotton Laurel, MD

3. Joseph Bourke Beltsville, MD

4. Jay Kim Columbia, MD

5. Daniel Whitlow Westminster, MD

6. Pablo Sanfrancisco Arlington, VA

7. Howard Fowler Springfield, VA

8. Gregory Whitmyer Waldorf, MD

Men’s 4.0 Singles

1. Nathan Leslie Fairfax, VA

2. Richard Sieber Harwood, MD

3. Geoffrey Montgomery Kensington, MD

4. Ronnie Scher Olney, MD

5. Gary Heinberg Potomac Falls, VA

6. Greg Owens Olney, MD

7. Larue Cook Alexandria, VA

8. John Niswander Dunkirk, MD

9. Raynard Bolling Baltimore, MD

10. Samuel Tucker Odenton, MD

11. David Wiencek Round Hill, VA

11. Richard Rathmann Annapolis, MD

Women’s 3.0 Singles

1. Deborah Greenside Silver Spring, MD

2. Kristen Hartley Rockville, MD

Women’s 3.5 Singles

1. Theresa Crowley Waterford, VA

2. Angela Castilho Frederick, MD

3. Lauranne Gordon Germantown, MD

4. Tammy Aulabaugh Stephens City, VA

5. Brooke Ingram Baltimore, MD

6. Beth Wilt Falls Church, VA

7. Michele Archibald Annapolis, MD

USTA Mid-Atlantic is No. 1

Mid-Atlantic finished first in

increased league participation

with nearly a 14% increase.

Mid-Atlantic tennis has been

on the rise for the last seven

years. In 2001, the section had

14,789 league participants. In

2007, that increased 134% to

34,682 participants, more than

doubling previous totals.

Mid-Atlantic Sectional League

Coordinator Pam Leibfreid said,

“This huge increase was due to

the popularity of our new combo

leagues. Some areas will be

starting tri-level leagues this

year, and I am confident they

will also be very popular with

the players.”




World Championships

Boswell — World 75 Women’s Champion

Mary Boswell

USTA National Tournaments

Vickie & Em Hutman

Mary Boswell, Damascus, MD, did not lose a

singles match during her cup play and continued her

unbeaten record the second week by winning a

marathon three-set match against Canada’s Muffie

Grieve to become the World 75 Women’s Champion.

Mary’s 2007 record has been impressive, winning

all four Nationals in her age division in both

singles and doubles.

Drilling Wins First World Championship

Fred Drilling

Fred Drilling, Bethesda, MD, finished a successful

year in the 65’s by winning his first World Championship.

He got revenge by defeating three-time

World Champion Australia’s Bob Howe, who had

beaten him in the team event the week before. Drilling

also won the USTA National 65 singles Grass

and Clay tournaments, going unbeaten with a 38-0


Mother-Daughter National Champions

Em Hutman and Vicki Hutman won the Super

Senior Mother Daughter National Grass Court

Championship in Newport, Rhode Island at the

International Tennis Hall of Fame. In their first

match, they beat a Southern Californian tandem, 6-

4, 6-2. And won the championship squeaking past

an Eastern team in a tiebreaker, 6-2, 7-6 (3).

“It was very cool playing on the grass at the International

Tennis Hall of Fame,” said Vicki Hutman.

The Hutman mother-daughter team, formerly

ranked No. 1, has won the Mid-Atlantic Clay Court

Open in 1992 and 1995-97.

Ogborne Wins 12th National Title

Julie Ogborne, Richmond, VA, won her 12th overall

national title and her second National Indoor 35 Doubles

title in 2007, teaming with Shelly Works, San Antonio,

TX. Her first National Indoor 35 Doubles championship

was in 2004. In the finals, second-seeded Ogborne and

Ogborne Works defeated Amy Alcini/Angela Simon (who upset the

No. 1 seed of Mary Dailey/Trish Riddell) 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, to

win the championship. In the semifinals, Ogborne and her partner beat

Jennifer Howard/Rebecca Stapp 6-1, 6-3. When Ogborne was 16, she on

the U.S. National team with the top two players in the boys and girls

12s, 14s, and 16s that traveled in Australia for one month. “One of my

teammates was Andre Agassi,” she said. Ogborne said out of the six

girls and six boys chosen, he was the only one who had a successful pro

career. “I remember thinking this kid had phenomenal groundstrokes at

12, and I was not surprised when he made it big!” Ogborne added.

National 80 & 85 Women’s Champion, Unbeaten in 85s


Betty Eisenstein, Washington, DC, won the 2007 USTA National

80 hard court singles title. This senior champion won all

four national titles on hard, clay, grass, and indoor courts in

2003-2005, earning the National Gold Slam three times. She

won a world championship a decade ago and also broke a record

at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club for not losing a game the

entire tournament. This year, she is undefeated in 85 singles,

winning the Houston National Clay Court Tournament.


Men’s Open Singles

1. Ted Angelinos Charlottesville, VA

2. German Boryachinskiy Baltimore, MD

3. Brock Newton Roanoke, VA

4. Yakov Diskin Yorktown, VA

5. Ramon Bernal Woodbridge, VA

6. H’cone Thompson Washington, DC

7. Landon Schaefer Centreville, VA

8. Kevin McMillen Richmond, VA

9. Brent Wilkins Richmond, VA

10. Phil Thacker Richmond, VA

11. David Jackson Eldersburg, MD

12. Paul Kiel Smith Arlington, VA

13. Matthew Lennox Sparks, MD

14. Timothy Cadet Baltimore, MD

15. Jason Dunn Hampton, VA

16. Albert Asiedu-Ofei Ashburn, VA

17. Brandon Chisholm Ft. Washington, MD

18. Rico Gore Silver Spring, MD

19. Jolardo De Guzman Washington, DC

20. Matthew Bilger Clarksville, MD

21. Andres Lazarte Viena, VA

22. Michael Fowler Baltimore, MD

23. Christian Galarza Fairfax, VA

24. Nebyu Retta Annandale, VA

25. Neal Iyer Rockville, MD

26. Jason Goldman-Petri Luthvle Timon, MD

27. Barry Balthrop North Potomac, MD

28. Tim Reago Alexandria, VA

29. Milo Barajas-Alexander Arlington, VA

29. Anirudh Shetty Yorktown, VA

29. Lorenzo Sison Williamsburg, VA

32. Richard Samsky Cheverly, MD

33. Olexiy Piliptchak Rockville, MD

34. Christopher Armes Midlothian, VA

34. Timothy Bricker Shenandoah, VA

34. Ryan Radke Midlothian, VA

34. Brian Remsch New Market, MD

34. Lee White Germantown, MD

Men’s 30 Singles

1. Matthew Lennox Sparks, MD

2. Michael Miller Washington, DC

3. Paul Kiel Smith Arlington, VA

4. Donnell Stewart Richmond, VA

5. Olexiy Piliptchak Rockville, MD

6. Monty Batra Vienna, VA

Men’s 35 Singles

1. Michael Clark Baltimore, MD

2. Glenn Chernigoff Arlington, VA

3. Merritt Johnson Germantown, MD

4. Nicholas Colletti Bristow, VA

5. David Mast Cockeysville, MD

6. Lloyd Jacobs Ashburn, VA

7. Avery Harwell Brandywine, MD

8. Keith Adams Richmond, VA

9. John Cunningham Vienna, VA

10. Sean Davis Bowie, MD

11. Wayne Pizer Rockville, MD

12. Vytis Simaitis Falls Church, VA

13. Devin McMickens Hyattsville, MD

14. Christopher Pulupa Reston, VA

15. Martin Morris Gaithersburg, MD

15. Monty Batra Vienna, VA

17. Bradley Lindgren Mount Airy, MD

Men’s 40 Singles

1. Glenn Chernigoff Arlington, VA

1. Patrick Sloyan Paeonian Spr., VA

3. Charles Dorsey Baltimore, MD

4. Ward Harris Silver Spring, MD

4. Lloyd Jacobs Ashburn, VA

6. Michael Miller Washington, DC

7. John Cunningham Vienna, VA

8. Christopher Hodge Bel Air, MD

9. Robert Clark Alexandria, VA

10 Kevin McGrath Crownsville, MD

11. Alex Kor Washington, DC

Men’s 45 Singles

1. Lynn Bybee Midlothian, VA

2. Stefan Hagerup Washington, DC

3. Chris Reynard Sr. Dumfries, VA

4. Kenneth Barnas La Plata, MD

5. Nicholas Colletti Bristow, VA

6. Carl Vail Montgomry Vlg, MD

7. Gary Guthrie Herndon, VA

8. Ward Harris Silver Spring, MD

9. Daniel Simos North Potomac, MD

10. Brian McIntee North Potomac, MD

11. Edward Miller Rockville, MD

12. Tim Johnson Takoma Park, MD

13. James Senker Bethesda, MD

14. Michael Strauss Chevy Chase, MD

15. Rick Satterlee Baltimore, MD

16. Charles Dorsey Baltimore, MD

17. Jeffrey Rowan Washington, DC

18. Fred Sommer Olney, MD

19. Alex Kor Washington, DC

20. James Pattan Vienna, VA

21. Jerome Heiser Gainesville, VA

21. Brad Schiller Washington, DC

23. Peter Byrne Arlington, VA

23. Thomas Colihan Waldorf, MD

Men’s 50 Singles

1. Chris Reynard Sr. Dumfries, VA

2. Stuart Chase Charlottesville, VA

3. Christopher Blair Richmond, VA

4. Samuel Hughes Clinton, MD

5. Bennett Sweren Luthvle Timon, MD

6. Neil Schechter Severna Park, MD

7. David Deitrick Severna Park, MD

8. Don Hicks Ellicott City, MD

9. Thomas Sperling Columbia, MD

10. Len Skorko Owings Mills, MD

11. Daniel Simos North Potomac, MD

12. John Fishwick Roanoke, VA

13. Shippen Howe Washington, DC

14. Fred Sommer Olney, MD

15. George Webb Reston, VA

16. Bruce Biederman Laurel, MD

17. Michael Sellman Owings Mills, MD

18. Daniel Friend Chesapeake, VA

19. Jeffrey Rowan Washington, DC

Men’s 55 Singles

1. William Moldoch Severna Park, MD

2. James Clayton Ft. Washington, MD

3. Gary Lyst Sr. Silver Spring, MD

4. John Donelan Alexandria, VA

5. Osamu Shimizu Glen Echo, MD

6. Francis Kreysa Damascus, MD

7. John Geraci Burke, VA

8. Don Hicks Ellicott City, MD

9. Nick Morris Alexandria, VA

10. Bob Kutner Luthvle Timon, MD

11. Paul Taylor Bethesda, MD

12. Robert Angel Reston, VA

13. Lalit Piplani Front Royal, VA

14. David Whitman Lavale, MD

15. John Solberg Reisterstown, MD

16. William Anderson Ellicott City, MD

17. Joseph Touzin Annapolis, MD

Men’s 60 Singles

1. James Clayton Ft. Washington, MD

2. Robert Davis Charlottesville, VA

3. John Curtin Fairfax, VA

4. Jim Feely Washington, DC

5. Bob Begelman Bethesda, MD

5. Richard Gaige Severna Park, MD

7. Osamu Shimizu Glen Echo, MD

8. Wayne Randolph Rockville, MD

9. Isom Upkins Washington, DC

9. Everett Worthington Richmond, VA

11. James Elder Reston, VA

11. William Sieffert Chestertown, MD

13. James Cegielski Crofton, MD

14. Raymond Moore Baltimore, MD

15. William Thomas Winchester, VA

16. Desmond Holder Kensington, MD

16. Bruce Morehead Baltimore, MD

Men’s 65 Singles

1. Isom Upkins Washington, DC

2. Gary Anderson Annapolis, MD

3. John Manougian Silver Spring, MD

4. Raymond Benton Washington, DC

5. Daniel Weaver Berwyn Hts, MD

6. Gary Heinberg Potomac Falls, VA

7. Michael Nathan Silver Spring, MD

8. Lee MacVaugh Washington, DC

9. John Newton Alexandria, VA

10. Bill Jacoby Roanoke, VA

Men’s 70 Singles

1. James Shakespeare Richmond, VA

2. Yung Chao Silver Spring, MD

3. Joseph Ellison Ashburn, VA

3. Nolan Robinson Arnold, MD

5. James O’Connell Williamsburg, VA

6. Bob Shellhouse Alexandria, VA

7. Donald Dix McLean, VA

8. William Fraser Silver Spring, MD

9. Charles Luttrell Boyds, MD

9. Alfred Sansone Walkersville, MD

11. Arthur Cohen Silver Spring, MD

12. Paul Lee Annapolis, MD

13. Bill McCarty Arlington, VA

14. Garet Bornstein Bethesda, MD

15. Charles Marginot Vienna, VA


Men’s 75 Singles

1. Kanagaratnam Arichandran Bethesda, MD

2. Mort Greenberg Perry Hall, MD

3. Norm Fitz Silver Spring, MD

4. Harvey Zorbaugh Columbia, MD

5. Billy Kingery Roanoke, VA

6. Richmond Allen McLean, VA

7. David Croyder Cabin John, MD

8. James Ridgley Washington, DC

9. Neil Isaacs Colesville, MD

10. Jackson Ransohoff Bethesda, MD

11. Raymond Malley McLean, VA

12. Jack Childress Columbia, MD

Men’s 80 Singles

1. Edwin Chapman Baltimore, MD

2. Eyup Tanman Cambridge, MD

3. Stanley Freden Derwood, MD

4. Larry McDonnell Potomac, MD

5. Russell Fink Annapolis, MD

6. Stanley Turner Baltimore, MD

7. Robert Reade Springfield, VA

8. Edwin Kilgore Newport Nw, VA

9. Owen Roberts Washington, DC

10. Kingdon Gould Washington, DC

11. Dana Hodgdon McLean, VA

12. Robert Cage South Boston, VA

13. Doyle Royal Bethesda, MD

Men's 85 Singles

1. Jack Mower Washington, DC

Men’s Open Doubles

1. R. Bernal-L. Schaefer VA / VA

2. K. Reichert-P. Thacker Crownsville, VA

3. N. Castillo-H. Yoo Rockville, MD

4. G. Critcher-Zimmerman MD / MD

Men’s 45 Doubles

1. J. Dechter-G. Mikkelson MD / MD

Men’s 50 Doubles

1. S. Chase-W. Rublee VA / MD

2. F. Kreysa-B. Ross MD / MD

Men’s 55 Doubles

1. D. Hicks-F. Kreysa MD / MD

2. F. Kreysa-J. Reinhard MD / MD

3. Langenderfer-Mikkelson Silver Spring, MD

4. J. Geraci-R. Symons VA / VA

Men’s 65 Doubles

1. R. Anderman-T. Brunkow MD / MD

2. T. Heintschel-M. Nathan MD / MD

Men’s 70 Doubles

1. J. O’Connell-Shakespeare VA / VA

2. P. Lee-B. Shellhouse MD / VA

Men’s 80 Doubles

1. G. Chin-L. McDonnell Potomac, MD

1. R. Reade-O. Roberts VA / DC

Mixed Open Doubles

1. B. Reichert-K. Reichert Richmond, VA

2. S. Green-A. Thomas Midlothian, VA

3. C. Armes-J. Armes Midlothian, VA

Mixed 45 Doubles

1. A. Geier-M. Geier Silver Spring, MD

Women’s Open Singles

1. Nataly Fleishman Norfolk, VA

2. Chrissie Seredni Glen Allen, VA

3. Bridget Reichert Richmond, VA

4. Marianne Baker Glenelg, MD

5. Kristin Messmer Lutherville, MD

6. Alicia Wise Spotsylvania, VA

7. Natalie Kretzer Chesterfield, VA

8. Candace Cunningham Washington, DC

9. Kirsten Elim Midlothian, VA

10. Lori Brathwaite Laurel, MD

11. Marisa Schonfeld Washington, DC.

12. Jessica Armes Midlothian, VA

13. Kate Malpeli Vienna, VA

14. Walaa Elsir Washington, DC

15. Kelly Fahrner Germantown, MD

16. Jillian Elkaim Boyds, MD

17. Grace Leake Columbia, MD

18. Katie Duncan Cockeysville, MD

19. Melinda Popham Arnold, MD

19. Carly Vanhollen Millers, MD

Women’s 35 Singles

1. Hiko Fritz-Krockow Fairfax, VA

2. Karen Arango Reston, VA

3. Inez Jordan Cheverly, MD

Women’s 40 Singles

1. Karen Arango Reston, VA

Women’s 45 Singles

1. Karen Torrent Falls Church, VA

Women’s 50 Singles

1. Rita Giles Falls Church, VA

2. Heidi Clemmer Darnestown, MD

Women’s 60 Singles

1. Courtenay Culp Garrett Park, MD

Women’s Open Doubles

1. R. Gale-C. Seredni VA / VA

2. K. Elim-J. Ogborne VA / VA

3. W. Elsir-C. Vanhollen DC / MD

4. M. Davis-B. Jain Richmond, VA


Men’s Open Singles: (Indoor Hard): Ryan Lissner

d. H’cone Thompson 6-4, 6-2; (Outdoor Hard):

Jared Pinsky d. Paul Smith 5-0 ret. (inj); (Outdoor

Hard): German Boryachinskiy d. Brock Newton 7-

6(4), 6-3; (Outdoor Clay): Oren Motevassel d.

David McNamara 4-6, 7-5, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay):

Nathan Thompson d. Oren Motevassel 6-2, 7-6

Men’s 30 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Matthew Lennox

d. Michael Miller 6-4, 6-4; (Indoor Hard): Paul

Smith d. Brad Friedel 6-1, 6-2; (Outdoor Hard):

Neil Bennett d. Kevin Reilly 6-2, 6-1; (Outdoor

Clay): Matthew Lennox d. Christopher Seeger 6-4,


Men’s 35 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Michael Clark d.

David Mast 6-0, 3-0 ret. (inj); (Outdoor Hard):

Merritt Johnson II d. Tommy Griest 6-3, 6-4;

(Outdoor Clay): Michael Clark d. Nicholas Colletti

6-1, 6-2

Men’s 40 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Stefan Hagerup

d. Charles Dorsey 3-6, 6-3, 6-1; (Indoor Hard):

Glenn Chernigoff d. Patrick Sloyan 6-1, 7-6(7);

(Outdoor Hard): Lynn Bybee d. Jon Ramthun 6-1,

6-2; (Outdoor Clay): Stefan Hagerup d. Peter Eck

6-0, 7-6(3)

Men’s 45 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Stefan Hagerup

d. Carl Vail 2-6, 7-5, 6-1; (Outdoor Hard): Lynn

Bybee d. Skip Bishop 6-2, 6-7(5), 6-2; (Outdoor

Hard): Stefan Hagerup d. Nicholas Colletti 6-3, 6-

0; (Outdoor Clay): Lynn Bybee d. Chris Reynard

Sr. 6-3, 3-6, 6-4

Men’s 50 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Chris Reynard

Sr. d. Michael Duncan 6-0, 6-1; (Indoor Hard):

Stuart Chase d. Samuel Hughes 6-0, 6-4; (Outdoor

Hard): Chris Reynard Sr. d. Christopher Blair 6-4,

6-4; (Outdoor Clay): Claude England d. Chris

Reynard Sr. 6-2, 4-6, 7-6(3)

Men’s 55 Singles: (Indoor Hard): James Clayton d.

John Donelan 6-3, 6-2; (Outdoor Hard): Gary Lyst

Sr.d. Francis Kreysa 7-6, 6-4; (Outdoor Clay):

Michael Barnes d. William Moldoch 6-2, 4-6, 6-4

Men’s 60 Singles: (Indoor Hard): James Clayton d.

John Curtin 6-4, 6-2; (Indoor Hard): John Curtin d.

Richard Gaige 4-6, 6-3, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay): James

Clayton d. Robert Davis 6-3, 6-3; (Outdoor

Hard): Bob Begelman d. Osamu Shimizu 7-6(4), 5-

7, 6-3

Men’s 65 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Fred Drilling d.

Robert Shaver 6-0, 7-5; (Outdoor Hard): Gary

Heinberg d. Michael Norton 6-4, 6-4; (Outdoor

Clay): Gary Anderson d. John Manougian 7-5, 6-4

Men’s 70 Singles: (Indoor Hard): James Shakespeare

d. Fred Katz 6-4, 3-6, 1-0(8); (Indoor Hard):

Yung Chao d. Bill McCarty 6-0, 6-1; (Outdoor

Clay): James Shakespeare d. Yung Chao 7-6(7), 6-

3; Yung Chao d. Nolan Robinson 6-0, 6-1

Men’s 75 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Norman Fitz d.

Harvey Zorbaugh 6-3, 6-3; (Indoor Clay): K.

Arichandran d. Harvey Zorbaugh 7-5, 2-6, 1-0(8);

(Outdoor Clay): Mort Greenberg d. Harvey Zorbaugh

6-4, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay): Harvey Zorbaugh

d. Norman Fitz 6-4 ret.(inj)

Men’s 80 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Larry McDonnell

d. Russell Fink 2-4 ret. (inj); (Indoor Clay):

Edwin Chapman d. Stanley Freden 1-6, 6-2, 1-0(7);

(Outdoor Clay): Edwin Chapman d. Stanley Freden

6-1; (Outdoor Clay): Eyup Tanman d. Larry McDonnell

6-3, 6-2

Men’s 85 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Jack Mower d. Bernard

Baumgardner 6-1, 6-0

Men’s Open Doubles: (Outdoor Hard): Kyle Doppelt-

Weston Nichols d. David Geier-Daniel

McBride 6-0, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay): David McNamara-

Oren Motevassel d. Andre Iriarte-Brendan Lynch 6-3, 6-

4; (Outdoor Clay): Jermaine Jenkins-Nathan Thompson

d. Joseph Atas-Christopher Groer 6-4, 6-3

Men’s 30 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Matthew Lenox-

Brian Phoebus d. Jordan Corey-Jayant Sood 6-4, 6-4

Men’s 35 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Gilbert Schuerholz-

Scott Thornton d. Matthew Bilger-Robert Rosenbloom 6-

3, 6-3; (Outdoor Clay): Dexter Macbride-Harris Rosenblatt

d. Joshua Eventoff-Robert Nuscher 6-0, 6-2

Men’s 40 Doubles: (Outdoor Hard): Edward Butterworth-Jon

Ramthun d. Christopher Blair-Thomas Wallace

6-4, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay): Robert Clark-William

Rublee d. Peter Eck James Shepard 6-2, 6-2

Men’s 45 Doubles: (Outdoor Hard): Joel Dechter-

Gordon Mikkelson d. Ken Howard-Daniel Sherman 3-6,

6-4, 6-3; (Outdoor Clay): William Clark-William

Rublee d. Mike Farrell-David Vennell 3-6, 6-2, 6-1

Men’s 50 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): John Olson-Ned

Scherer d. Stuart Chase-William Rublee 5-7, 6-4, 6-3;

(Indoor Hard): Stuart Chase-William Rublee d. Francis

Kreysa-Barry Ross 6-1, 6-1; (Outdoor Clay): Howard

Hauptman-Braxton Mitchell d. Chris Reynard Sr.-

William Rublee 3-6, 6-3, 6-2

Men’s 55 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Francis Kreysa-John

Reinhard d. John Lisack-Edward Quinn 6-4, 7-5;

(Outdoor Hard): Don Hicks-Francis Kreysa d. David

Barnes-Mike Geier 4-6, 6-1, 6-2; (Outdoor Clay):

George Duncan-William Gaines d. John Geraci-Russ

Symons 6-3, 6-2

Men’s 65 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Robert Anderman-

Thomas Brunkow d. Robert Archer-John Asaka 1-0 ret.

(inj); (Outdoor Clay): Robert Anderman-Thomas

Brunkow d. Robert Archer-William Poist 4-6, 6-1, 7-6(2)

Men’s 70 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Bill McCarty-Bob

Shellhouse d. Tony Beale-Norb Sinnott 7-5, 6-3;

(Outdoor Clay): James O’Connell-James Shakespeare d.

Paul Lee-Bob Shellhouse 6-1, 2-0 ret. (ill)

Men’s 80 Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Russell Fink-Eyup

Tanman d. Joseph Parham-Stanley Turner 3-6, 7-6(4), 1-

0(7); (Indoor Hard): Russell Fink-A. Dana Hodgdon d.

Robert Reade-Owen Roberts 7-5, 4-6, 11-9; (Outdoor

Clay): Russell Fink-Stanley Freden d. Gay Chin-Larry

McDonnell 7-5, 0-6, 6-2

Women’s Open Singles: (Indoor Hard): Soizette Simmons

d. Kelly Fahrner 6-3, 6-1; (Outdoor Hard):

Alicia Wise d. Valerie Block 6-0, 6-3; (Outdoor Hard):

Kate Malpeli d. Kelsey Darnell 6-4, 7-5; (Outdoor Clay):

Petra Rampre d. Nataly Fleishman 6-0, 6-4; (Outdoor

Clay): Natalie Frazier d. Marianne Baker.

Women’s 35 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Inez Jordan d.

Brooke Ingram 6-2, 6-2; (Outdoor Hard): Hiko Fritz

Krockow d. Karen Arango 6-2, 3-6, 10-8; (Outdoor

Hard): Karen Arango d. Andrea Hines 7-5, 6-1;(Outdoor

Clay): Hiko Fritz Krockow d. Karen Arango 6-1, 6-2

Women’s 40 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Karen Arango d.

Kathryn Merz 6-2, 6-0; (Outdoor Hard): Karen

Arango d. Belinda Jane 6-0, 6-1; (Outdoor Hard):

Kirsten Elim d. Ellen Markowitz 2-6, 6-0, 1-0 ret. (ill);

(Outdoor Clay): Hiko Fritz Krockow d. Karen Arango

6-3, 6-2

Women’s 45 Singles: (Outdoor Hard): Valerie Block d.

Heidi Clemmer 6-1, 6-3; (Outdoor Clay): Patricia

Delaney d. Behnaz Fardshisheh 7-5, 6-0

Women’s 50 Singles: (Indoor Hard): Heidi Clemmer d.

Donna Mrozinski 6-0, 6-0; (Indoor Hard): Rita Giles d.

Robyn Russell 7-5, 6-1; (Outdoor Hard): Rita Giles d.

Heidi Clemmer 6-2, 6-1; (Outdoor Clay): Terry Solins d.

Rita Giles 6-3, 6-7(5), 6-0

Women’s 55 Singles: (Outdoor Hard): Anne Geier d.

Chun St. John 6-2, 6-0; (Outdoor Clay): Margaret

Machoian d. Diana Kitt 6-2, 6-0

Women’s 60 Singles: (Outdoor Hard): Courtenay Culp

d. Irene Kratky 6-2, 6-1; (Outdoor Clay): Courtenay

Culp d. Brenda Winstead 7-6(3), 7-5

Women’s 65 Singles: (Outdoor Clay): Ruby Jenkins d.

Carol Wood 6-2, 6-4

Women’s 70 Singles: (Outdoor Clay): Carol Wood d.

Carole Aubinoe 6-3, 6-1

Women’s Open Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Nataly

Fleishman-Petra Rampre d. Alison Ojeda-Melissa

Schaub 6-0, 6-3; (Outdoor Clay): Marianne Baker-

Natalie Frazier d. Grace Leake-Marisa Schonfeld

Women’s 35 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Heidi Clemmer-Suzanne

Parrott d. Kim Fleming-Stephanie

Verhalen 7-5, 4-6, 6-4

Women’s 40 Doubles: (Outdoor Hard): Kirsten Elim -

Julie Kaczmarek d. Joy Londrey-Kim Weis 6-1, 6-1

Women’s 45 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Mary Hutson-

Karen Torrent d. Courtenay Culp-Behnaz Fardshisheh

7-6(6), 6-4

Women’s 50 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Margaret

Machoian-Terry Solins d. Marjorie Deck-Mimi

Timmons 6-7(7), 6-1, 6-2

Women’s 55 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Diana Kitt-

Brenda Winstead d. Wendy Beyer-Mimi Thomas 6-0,


Women’s 60 Doubles: (Outdoor Clay): Diana Kitt-

Brenda Winstead d. Anne Geier-Carol Wood 6-2, 6-1

Men’s 3.0 Singles: Minh Vu d. Shaun Weiss w/o (ill);

Miguel Aubertin d. Paul Cannon 6-1, 7-5

Men’s 3.5 Singles: Matthew Ludwig d. Toby Cotton 6-

1, 6-4; Joseph Bourke d. Daniel Whitlow 6-3, 6-2

Men’s 4.0 Singles: Nathan Leslie d. Geoffrey Montgomery

6-2, 4-6, 1-0; Gary Heinberg d. Larue Cook 7-

6(4), 4-6, 4-0 ret. (inj)

Men’s 4.5 Singles: Christian Galarza d. Samuel

Tucker 6-1, 6-3; Jay Colavita d. Gerald McClellan 6-2,


Men’s 3.5 Doubles: Warrick Moran-Afthab Zainudeen

d. Craig Cohill-Carlos Miletti 6-3, 6-4

Men’s 4.0 Doubles: Anthony Alder-David Procida d.

Paul Casanova-Roger Hernandez 6-3, 7-5

Women’s 2.5 Singles: Bethany Robinson d. Brittany

Strawder 6-2, 2-6, 1-0

Women’s 3.0 Singles: Deborah Greenside d. Kristen

Hartley 6-3, 6-1; Rachel McMichael d. Sue Leo 6-3, 6-


Women’s 3.5 Singles: Jillian Elkaim d. Maria Gorrick

6-1, 6-1; Theresa Crowley d. Angela Castilho 6-4, 2-6,


Women’s 4.0 Singles: Gail Tager d. Kim Nguyen 6-1,

7-6; Tara Day d. Jillian Elkaim 6-2, 6-1

Women’s 3.0 Doubles: Dina Bickel Sarah Wolf d.

Lisa Smith-Lisa Thomas 5-7, 6-3, 1-0; Sherry

Bellamy-Gretchen Teel d. Dina Bessa-Stephanie

Heistad w/d (inj)

Women’s 3.5 Doubles: Kazuyo Kobayashi-Liming

Salvino d. Gail Boyd-Linda Wheeler 6-3, 7-6; Aileen

Chase-Kimberlee Moore d. Brenda Hunter-Beth Wilt

6-2, 6-2

Women’s 4.0 Doubles: Chung Bell-Vicky Parra d.

Kalyna Nedilsky-Buthaina Shukri 0-6, 6-3, 1-0

Combined Mixed 6.0 Doubles: Katya Kovalskaia-

Albert Wong d. Nicole Weiss-Jeffrey Santos 6-2, 6-4

Combined Mixed 7.0 Doubles: Chris Cottrell-Kelly

Kedge d. Angie Martin-Atsushi Miyaoka 6-3, 7-6

Combined Mixed 8.0 Doubles: Charles Tellis-Angie

Wang d. Vicki Everhart-Stephen Ford 6-1, 7-5

Mixed Open Doubles: (Indoor Hard): Marianne

Baker-Andrew Orban d. Shelah Chao-Abdul Jordan 6-

2, 6-0; (Outdoor Clay): Oren Motevassel-Petra Rampre

d. David McNamara-Alison Ojeda 6-3, 7-5

Mixed 40 Doubles: (Outdoor Hard): Garrett Horsley-

Julie Kaczmarek d. Paul Calamita-Kim Weis 6-0, 6-2


Mid-Atlantic Section Co-ed Tennis On-Campus Champion Georgetown, finalist Virginia

Tech (VT) and third-place University of Virginia (UVA) advanced to the 2008 National

Campus Tennis Championship to be held April 17-19 in Cary, NC.

To qualify, the teams had to finish in the top three out of 13 college club teams, competing

from DC, Maryland, and Virginia, at the Tennis On-Campus Mid-Atlantic Section

Championships at the Boars Head Inn in Charlottesville, Va.

The Campus Championships followed the World Team Tennis (WTT) Format: one set of

women’s singles and doubles, one set of men’s singles and doubles, and one set of mixed

doubles. The no-ad games were added up for the five sets to determine the winner.

In the finals, Georgetown defeated VT 25-17, and in the semifinals nipped home-team

UVA 25-23, while VT topped Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) 28-17 in the

other semifinal. UVA earned third-place by defeating VCU 29-13 in the consolation match

for the final national berth.

Georgetown captain Will Grosswendt said UVA, the defending two-time national finalist,

was the toughest team to beat.

The Hoyas were up by four heading into the mixed doubles and they lost 6-3. So they are

ahead by one game. If UVA wins one more game, the teams will go into a tiebreaker.

Grosswendt was serving up 40-30 and needed to win the next point for the match. He got

his first serve in and hit several volleys deep to force an error for the victory. “It is pretty

tense,” said Grosswendt, who plays tennis for the competition. “If they would have won

that last game, we would have gone to a tiebreaker.”

The Hoyas won both singles matches decidedly, but lost all three doubles matches by

close margins. They won by outdistancing UVA in games 25-23. “You can lose more

matches but win more games,” he said. “When every game matters, it makes it more of a

team effort.”

Grosswendt will be making a return trip to nationals with the Hoyas, who went last year

as an at-large team, falling to third-place Penn State.

The Hawaii high-school grad said campus tennis is fun and competitive. “Some players

can definitely play college tennis.”

He added that the Hoyas had an overwhelming response for players this year. “It is the

biggest club sport at Georgetown,” he said. “We have 120 people.”

Grosswendt likes the WTT format. Only two matches are contested at once at adjoining

courts. The players play men’s and women’s doubles first. Men’s and women’s singles are

next. Then mixed doubles are last.

“I like the excitement,” he added. “We have two matches going at once, and both teams

get into cheering for their teammates.”



Georgetown Crowned Champions

The Georgetown Hoyas were named the Tennis On-Campus Mid-Atlantic Champions

after beating out 12 other co-ed non-varsity teams in Charlottesville, Va, and will advance

to the national championship in North Carolina. Team members are (Front, L-R)

Fernando Gentil, Morgan Breck, Sam Baxter, Andrea Pazmino, and captain Will

Grosswendt. (Back) Nick Calta, Tedd Richardson, and Jay Sykes.

The Hoyas (whose team members are

Grosswendt, Jay Sykes, Alexandra Miller, Andrea

Pazmino, Tedd Richardson, Nick Calta, Fernando

Gentil, Samantha Baxter and Morgan Breck)

sailed through the Gray Flight with an unbeaten 2-

0 record over second-place U.S. Naval Academy

and third-place James Madison University.

VT (whose team members are captain Henrique

Lage, Brad Wakely, Russ Mammei, Mike

Vaughn, Caroline Koch, Saki Kadotani, Jackie

Holt, Lisa Kaiser, Kristy Lippard, and Russ Taylor)

earned a semifinal berth by going undefeated

and downing second-place University of Maryland

(Baltimore County) and third-place Johns Hopkins


Defending Mid-Atlantic Champion UVA

(whose team members are captain Aaron

Brownell, Rick Sherwood, Karl Blunder, Aaron

Brownell, Krishna Balachander, Akeem Williams,

Kristin Dunbar, Sara Heppe, Sabine Kronenburg,

Katie Garrison, and Stephanie Macdisi) went unbeaten,

winning the Red Flight to advance to the

semifinals, followed by second-place University

of Mary Washington, third-place George Washington

University, and fourth-place Christopher

Newport University.

All the Green Flight teams finished with a 1-1

record. VCU earned the semifinal berth by having

a .03 higher winning percentage than second-place

William and Mary. The University of Maryland

finished third.

The three teams going to nationals will be joined

by 37 other USTA Campus Championship placewinners,

as well as 25 other teams entering the

tournament through an at-large selection process.

They are the best teams out of 500 college oncampus

teams nationwide. Texas A&M is the

four-time reigning national champion.


The remarkable growth in USTA/Maryland tennis this year gives

us all reason to be proud. The number of youngsters participating in

our USTA Junior Team Tennis championship program increased

from 172 to more than 1200, and our USTA Leagues numbers grew

overall by an average of 16%. We ended the year with more USTA

organizational members – 182 – than ever, and individual membership grew to more than 13,300

juniors and adults.

Volunteers from across the state working with our staff helped us achieve these successes. Our

parks and recreation, and public schools partners also contributed significantly by joining with

USTA Maryland to promote tennis as a healthy choice to combat obesity and as a means of developing

important life skills in our youth.

I would also like to share with you some of the 2007 events which highlight USTA Maryland’s

involvement with our communities.

The 26 th Annual Hispanic Festival promotes an awareness of Hispanic culture while offering a

day of fun activities for families. Held at Lane Manor Park in Adelphi, it was attended by roughly

10,000 people. USTA/Maryland staff and volunteers hosted a booth featuring bilingual materials

designed to educate families about the lifetime health benefits of tennis. We also provided information

about local tennis classes and clinics. Visitors to the booth took turns rallying on a grass "minicourt"

with foam balls. We also hosted a “Hit and Get” prize game on the park’s tennis courts.

The Kids Being Healthy Expo at the Baltimore Convention Center was a first-ever national event bringing together more than 2,000

educators, nutritionists, policy makers, food manufacturers, government agencies, community organizations, and parents to explore

how to help children make better food choices and appreciate the benefits of adopting a more active lifestyle. USTA/Maryland, in

partnership with the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks and the Baltimore Tennis Patrons, distributed information

about in-school and after school tennis programs in Maryland. We erected a mini-court on which attendees could rally and learn how

tennis can be taught and played in a non-traditional space, such as a school gym or cafeteria, using foam balls and pop-up nets.

During the 27 th Annual Kinderfest at Watkins Regional Park in Upper Marlboro, USTA/Maryland offered tennis activities and partnered

with the Prince George's Tennis and Education Foundation to provide information about local tennis opportunities and USTA


And at the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association (MRPA) annual convention in Ocean City, USTA/Maryland hosted an

information booth providing hundreds of recreation and parks professionals with information about national and local resources for

public tennis programs and facilities, including marketing, training, equipment, and funding.

We can be proud as well that four Marylanders – Roy Van Brunt, Anne and Mark Geier, and Richey Reneberg – were selected in

2007 for induction into the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Hall of Fame by the Mid-Atlantic Tennis & Education Foundation.

My deepest thanks to all our volunteers and partners, to the Maryland Board of Directors and to the Maryland District Staff for a job

well done.

Christopher Reynolds

Board of Directors



Maryland Board of Directors: (L-R) Jerome Countee, First Vice President; Jamie Peterson,

Second Vice President; Dave Pullen, Treasurer; Gordon Mikkelson, MAS Delegate;

Chris Reynolds, President; and Kristi Tredway, Secretary.

Christopher Reynolds


May 1: Junior Indoor State


June 20: Mixed Doubles District


June 25: Maryland Men’s & Women’s 35,

45, 55, 65 Clay Court Championships

July 11: Junior Team Tennis State


July 18: Adult League District


July 28: Men’s & Women’s Open Clay

Court Championships

Aug. 4: Senior Clay Court Championships

Aug. 20: Junior Clay Court


Aug. 22: Senior League District


Sept. 26: Hard Court Singles


Oct. 3: Hard Court Doubles


Oct. 18: Combo League District


Nov. 1: USTA Maryland Annual Meeting

& Awards Lunch, Chartwell Golf &

Country Club, Severna Park



Pam Shriver Award (Outstanding Contributions): Donald Dell, Potomac

Sportsmanship (Junior, Male): William T. Beck, Potomac

Sportsmanship (Junior, Female): Isabel Aldunate, Bowie

Sportsmanship (Adult, Male): Francis Kreysa, Damascus

Sportsmanship (Adult, Female): Janet Kramer, Columbia

Maury Schwartzman Award for Player Development: Linda Baim, Washington


Assoc. of MD Tennis Officials, Umpire of the Year: Jim Lawson, Ellicott City

Teaching Professional of the Year: Kathy Zingler, Severna Park

Organization of the Year: Multicultural Children’s Tennis Association, Columbia

Program Administrator of the Year (Adults): Jill Taylor, Baltimore

Program Administrator of the Year (Juniors): Sonya Fox, Frederick

Tournament Director of the Year: Greg Critcher, Crownsville

Special Service Award: Venita Cooper, Clinton

Multicultural Service Award: Joy Faniyi, Brooklyn

Family of the Year: The Baker Family, Glenwood

Men's Open Singles

1. Christopher Groer Severna Park

2. German Boryachinskiy Baltimore

3. Matthew Lennox Sparks

4. Timothy Cadet Baltimore

5. Ross Simon Armstrong Germantown

6. Matthew Bilger Clarksville

7. Charles Dorsey Baltimore

8. Michael Fowler Baltimore

9. Ehtisham Akhter Owings Mills

10. Brian Cohen Potomac

11. Joshua Rodriguez Baltimore

12. Brad Friedel Nottingham

13. Joshua Folk Silver Spring

14. BJ Muth Bel Air

15. Jason Goldman-Petri Luthvle Timo

16. Neal Iyer Rockville

17. Christopher Hodge Bel Air

18. Richard Samsky Cheverly

Men's 35 Singles

1. Michael Clark Baldwin

2. David Mast Cockeysville

3. Wayne Pizer Rockville

4. Bradley Lindgren Mount Airy

Men's 40 Singles

1. Franklin Chaney Lothian

2. Peter Eck Bethesda

3. Charles Dorsey Baltimore

4. Avery Harwell Brandywine

5. Greg Merril Bethesda

6. Kevin McGrath Crownsville

7. Christopher Hodge Bel Air

8. Ward Harris Silver Spring

Men's 45 Singles

1. Kenneth Barnas La Plata

2. Carl Vail Montgomry Vlg

3. Ward Harris Silver Spring

4. Brian McIntee North Potomac

5. Edward Miller Rockville

6. James Senker Bethesda

7. Charles Dorsey Baltimore

7. Tim Johnson Takoma Park

9. Michael Strauss Chevy Chase

10. Fred Sommer Olney

11. Bradley Lindgren Mount Airy

Men's 50 Singles

1. Bennett Sweren Luthvle Timon

2. Neil Schechter Severna Park

3. David Deitrick Severna Park

4. Len Skorko Owings Mills

5. Thomas Sperling Columbia

6. Daniel Simos North Potomac

7. Fred Sommer Olney

8. Bruce Biederman Laurel


2007 Award Winners

2007 Adult Final Rankings

Men's 55 Singles

1. Gary Lyst Sr Silver Spring

2. William Moldoch Severna Park

3. James Clayton Ft. Washington

4. Osamu Shimizu Glen Echo

5. Don Hicks Ellicott City

6. Francis Kreysa Damascus

7. Robert Mannis Frederick

8. Paul Taylor Bethesda

9. David Whitman Lavale

10. John Solberg Reisterstown

11. William Anderson Ellicott City

Men's 60 Singles

1. James M. Clayton Ft. Washington

2. Bob Begelman Bethesda

3. Wayne Randolph Rockville

4. James T. Cegielski Crofton

4. Bruce Morehead Kensington

Men's 65 Singles

1. Gary P. Anderson Annapolis

Men's 70 Singles

1. Yung Chao Silver Spring

2. William Fraser Silver Spring

3. Charles Luttrell Boyds

4. Arthur Cohen Silver Spring

5. Garet Bornstein Bethesda

6. Alfred Sansone Walkersville

Men's 75 Singles

1. K. Arichandran Bethesda

2. Harvey Zorbaugh Columbia

Maryland District Staff: (Standing, L-R) Debby Broadus, Jennifer

Gregg, Alicia von Lossberg, Jeff Fowle, and Lynn Gertzog.

(Seated) Executive Director Lynn Coddington.

3. Neil Isaacs Colesville

4. Jackson Ransohoff Bethesda

5. Jack Childress Columbia

Men's 80 Singles

1. Eyup Tanman Cambridge

2. Stanley Freden Derwood

3. Russell Fink Annapolis

4. Larry McDonnell Potomac

5. Edward Wetherhold Annapolis

Men's Open Doubles

1. M. Bilger/M. Lennox Clarksville

Men's 45 Doubles

1. J. Dechter/G. Mikkelson Olney

Men's 50 Doubles

1. F. Kreysa/B. Ross Damascus

Men's 55 Doubles

1. D. Hicks/F. Kreysa Ellicott City

2. T. Langenderfer/ Silver Spring

3. G. Mikkelson Silver Spring

Women's Open Singles

1. Kristin Messmer Lutherville

2. Kelly Fahrner Germantown

3. Lori Brathwaite Laurel

4. Jillian Elkaim Boyds

5. Katie Duncan Cockeysville

Women's 35 Singles

1. Inez C. Jordan Cheverly

USTA Maryland’s honorary 2007 High School All-Star Team is treated

to a night at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, DC.


10015 Old Columbia Road

Suite B-215

Columbia, MD 21046

Phone: 410-312-5460

Fax: 410-312-5461

Website: www.Maryland.usta.com.


Lynn Coddington

Executive Director



Jennifer Gregg

Assistant Executive Director/

Community Tennis



Alicia von Lossberg

Community Tennis Administrator

Team Tennis (Junior, Collegiate,

Adult), School Tennis, National

Junior Tennis League, Recreation

Coach Workshops & High-School




Debby Broadus

USTA League Tennis Administrator

Adult, Senior, Mixed Doubles &

Super Senior USA League tennis




Jeff Fowle

Tournament Administrator




Boys’ 18 Singles

1. Hayden White Baltimore

2. Harsha Rao Severn

3. Felix Hong Millersville

4. Ben Fass Baltimore

5. Neil Soni Germantown

6. Rafael Notario Bethesda

7. Brian Roberts Potomac

8. Michael Stevenson Bowie

9. Brad Millison Luthvle Timon

10. Christopher Collins Bel Air

11. Michael Hsu North Potomac

12. Paul Ganev Olney

13. Paul Mascola Rockville

14. Adam Goldberger Burtonsville

15. John Healey Columbia

16. Adam Cranford Bel Air

17. Adam Miller Pikesville

18. Christopher Ly Lusby

19. Tyler Hoblitzell Baltimore

20. Arman Moussavi Bethesda

21. Stephen Woody Odenton

22. Sharat Buddhavarapu North Potomac

23. Julius Vazquez Gaithersburg

24. Josh Altschuler Annapolis

25. Joshua Rodriguez Baltimore

26. Taylor Boyle Churchville

27. Thomas Hoesman Ellicott City

28. Sam Wichlin Ellicott City

29. Harrison Kunkel Darlington

30. Neil Parikh Pikesville

31. Eric Luh Ellicott City

32. Matthew Giammetta Rockville

33. Laith Layous Potomac

34. Thomas Nicholson Bel Air

Boys’ 16 Singles

1. Andrew Lutz Baltimore

2. Stephen Katzel Boyds

3. Neil Soni Germantown

4. Jerel Pleasant Bowie

5 .Ryan Kent Ellicott City

6. Van Damrongsri Ellicott City

7. Eric Ward Upper Marlboro

8. Sam Wichlin Ellicott City

9. Felix Hong Millersville

10. Ajay Kannan Potomac

11. Alec Hoblitzell Baltimore

12. Alex Sidney Baltimore

13. Alex Conn Pikesville

14. Michael Katz Owings Mills

15. Justin Lui Pikesville

16. Alexander Wiese Potomac

17. Tyler Hoblitzell Baltimore

18. James Wieler Baltimore

19. Jack Allen Millersville

20. Aaron M. Hoffman Bethesda

21. Ben Galloway Baltimore

22. Ned Mandel Chevy Chase

23. Eric Jarkowski Baltimore

24. Austin Miller Rockville

25. Michael Razumovsky Baltimore

26. Aaron Paul North Potomac

27. Daniel Gray Bowie

28. Kevin Chu Potomac

29. Alex De Leva Potomac

30. James Barrett Baltimore

31. Lawrence Hsieh Ellicott City

32. Brian Lee Ellicott City

33. Maxwell Towe Potomac

34. Victor Osnos Potomac

35. Nicholas Caine Ijamsville

36. Paul Mascola Rockville

37. Joseph Pate Eldersburg

38. Pavan Sethi Potomac

39. Deondra Jackson Hyattsville

40. Tommy Gates Ellicott City

41. Eric Harris Potomac

42. Ware Trimble Chevy Chase

43. John Blue Westminster

44. Preston Suan Baltimore

45. Steven Lee Clarksville

46. Paul Park Potomac

47. Michael Hsiao Bethesda

48. Ryan Dougherty Chevy Chase

49. J. Guzzone Columbia

50. Brandon Weiss Phoenix

51. Tyler Priebe Forest Hill

52. Stephen Parrish Bethesda

53. Anthony Harrison Ft Washington

54. Daniel Li Clarksville

55. Michael Zabetakis Finksburg

56. John Garvey Boyds

57. Michael Artiles Bethesda

58. Benjamin Kessler Potomac

59. Jacob Lipman Rockville

60. Matthew Bennet Clarksburg

61. Erik Klontz Bethesda

62. David Butterfield Clarksville

63. Joseph Scurnick Reisterstown

64. Ted Ehudin Baltimore

65. Hunter McCawley Bel Air

66. Christopher Pinckert Potomac

67. Porter Harrington Cordova

68. Ku Jung Rockville

69. Cooper Sutton Baltimore

Boys’ 14 Singles

1. Myron Davis Hyattsville

2. Austin Miller Rockville

3. Kasey Countee Cheltenham

4. Kamal Patel Germantown

5. Peter Weng Silver Spring

6. Jay Soni Germantown

7. Eric Jarkowski Baltimore

8. Aaron Gomez La Plata

9. Mateo Cevallos Silver Spring

10. Christopher Bell Annapolis

11. Andrew Hwang Rockville

12. Tommy Sinnott Ellicott City

13. Galen Rende Baltimore

14. Michael O'Neill Potomac

15. Harish Chatrathi Clarksville

16. Daniel Larkins Silver Spring

17. Scott Lee Clarksville

18. Gideon Wolf Baltimore

19. Yancy Dennis Reisterstown

20. Lawrence Yen Potomac

21. Michael Quang Forest Hill

22. Kenneth Alban Sherwood Frst

23. Morgan Joyce Annapolis

24. Alex Tae Hahn Rockville

25. Tyler Chang Hvre De Grace

26. Reginald Lesesne Bowie

27. Jordan Krasner Rockville

28. Mazlow Cohen Baltimore

29. Alexander Charchalis Phoenix

30. Kamran Hashemzadeh Potomac

31. Joseph Desmond Chevy Chase

32. Joey Henault Millersville

33. Reginald Robinson Camp Springs

34. James Smith Huntingtown

35. Andrew Harrington Millersville

36. Jackson Feroe Clarksville

37. Robert Demuth Baltimore

38. Jason Teitelbaum Bethesda

39. Julian Mu Rockville

40. Adam Firestone North Potomac

41. Sanjeeve Devamanoharan Ellicott City

42. Garrett Duncan Cockeysville

43. Ju Lee Clarksville

44. Julian Vesnovsky Baltimore

45. Stone Harrod Burtonsville

46. Ryan Holtschneider Kingsville

47. Joseph Walsh Baltimore

48. Harrison Fried Owings Mills

49. James Stotesberry Monkton

50. Michael Di Mayo Monkton

51. Jake Lazer Owings Mills

52. William Fitzgerald Bethesda

53. Jai Lakhanpal Davidsonville

Boys’ 12 Singles

1. Alex Hahn Rockville

2. Yancy Dennis Reisterstown

3. Arvind Kannan Potomac

4. Daniel Larkins Silver Spring

5. Cody Miller Rockville

6. Gabriel Goldberg Potomac

7. Anthony Prezenchuk Baltimore

8. Alex Cauneac Severna Park

9. Matthew Fine Potomac

10. Kian McLean Chevy Chase

11. Tristan Boustany Elkridge

12. Titas Bera North Potomac

13. Sean Ngo Silver Spring

14. Jason Friedman Rockville

15. Jared Sprowls Chevy Chase

16. Kevin Hsieh Ellicott City

17. Oludayo Areke Clarksville

18. Daniel Vesnovsky Baltimore

19. Kevin Chan Rockville

20. Cole Sutton Baltimore

21. Jake Gober Baltimore

22. Michael Li Clarksville

23. Ryan Goldberg Rockville

24. Jordan Marshall Ocean City

25. Blake Morton Bethesda

26. Jeremy Parel Olney

27. Aaron Karacuschansky Owings Mills

2007 Junior Final Rankings

28. Darian Hashemzadeh Potomac

29. Grant Palmer Monkton

30. Michael Hudson Annapolis

31. Michael Gauch Potomac

32. Jake Nevins Reisterstown

33. Henry Barrett Baltimore

34. George Bell Annapolis

35. Anderson Folsom Bethesda

36. Max Ethson Clark Randallstown

37. Fred Mesmer Kensington

38. Gabriel Fan Potomac

39. Will David Sherman Baltimore

40. Brett Mar Barrera Potomac

41. Graham Duncan Cockeysville

42. Raman Ananthanpillai Potomac

43. Max Buchholz Baltimore

44. Daniel Bogachek North Potomac

45. Shaun Nguyen Bowie

46. Will Andrew Potomac

47. John Niswander Dunkirk

48. Miles Jenkins Owings Mills

49. Max Greene Towson

50. Alex Holtschneider Kingsville

51. William Hsu Potomac

52. Quentin Boustany Elkridge

53. Christopher Gauch Potomac

Boys’ 10 Singles

1. Alex Cauneac Severna Park

2. Sean Sculley Churchville

3. Brian Tsao Sparks Glencoe

4. John Lindsey Chevy Chase

5. Michael Li Clarksville

6. Jacob Walker Bethesda

7. Matthew Lozinak Churchville

8. Henry Barrett Baltimore

9. Quentin Boustany Elkridge

10. Alexander Pierson Chevy Chase

11. Nicholas Henault Millersville

12. Manny Gancayco Potomac

13. Christopher Caskin Potomac

14. Nicholas Mouser Potomac

15. Eric Neyman Rockville

16. Scott Sculley Churchville

17. Sean Hogan Laytonsville

18. Elliot Tapscott Bowie

19. Collin Chase Ellicott City

20. Dominick Perez Bethesda

21. Matthew Holtschneider Kingsville

22. Charles Barrett Baltimore

23. Arnav Dhingra Darnestown

24. Bear Lee Gaithersburg

25. Robert Rider Annapolis

Girls’ 18 Singles

1. Elizabeth Kaufman Potomac

2. Kathryn Schafer New Market

3. Laura Simmons Phoenix

4. Aandria Carr Uppr Marlbor

5. Brittany Bolster Eldersburg

6. Sarah Monsheimer Silver Spring

7. Moriah Burke Rockville

8. Brittany Marshall Ocean City

9. Eleanor Demuth Baltimore

10. Julia Southerland Columbia

11. Michele Jordan Arnold

12. Sydney Booker Ellicott City

13. Rebecca Rothfeld Rockville

14. Diane Samuels Potomac

15. Julia Payne Annapolis

16. Morgan Lewis Bowie

17. Anjalee Martin Silver Spring

18. Frances Hutton Baltimore

Girls’ 16 Singles

1. Lauren Davis Mitchellville

2. Darien Sears Silver Spring

3. Erica Choo Baltimore

4. Ama Osei Lanham

5. Alysia Rodgers Bethesda

6. Lolita Kachay Baltimore

7. Leah Garrison Lanham

8. Ashley Delaney Ellicott City

9. Epiphany English Columbia

10. Roxanne Alban Sherwood Frst

11. Krista Babyak Cockeysville

12. Ariel Burke Rockville

13. Anastasia English Columbia

14. Morgan Lambert Baldwin

15. Gabrielle Henault Millersville

16. Allison Lozinak Churchville

17. Brittany Henderson Gaithersburg

18. Audrey Cheng Clarksville

Girls’ 14 Singles

1. Isabel Aldunate Bowie

2. Alanna McFail Ft Washington

3. Megan Hahn Rockville

4. Suhasini Ghosh Gaithersburg

5. Paige Olson Sykesville

6. Dylan Owens Olney

7. Anastasia English Columbia

8. Rena Shi Clarksville

9. Heather Fantry Towson

10. Katia Jordan Baltimore

11. Victoria Quang Forest Hill

12. Kristina Centenari Baltimore

13. Ayana Dow Gaithersburg

14. Katherine Cole Hunt Valley

15. Audrey Todd Baltimore

16. Milena Aksentijevich Potomac

17. Olukemi Areke Clarksville

18. Alexis Chlada Monkton

19. Olivia Hogan Laytonsville

20. Elise Altschuler Annapolis

21. Meagan Perez Bethesda

22. Gina Hong Lutherville Tim

23. Katie Marvin Rockville

24. Leeya Maizels North Potomac

25. Epiphany English Columbia

26. Amanda Atanasson Owings Mills

27. Jessica Babyak Cockeysville

28. Morgan Jenkins Owings Mills

29. Heather Oros Baltimore

30. Natalie Francis Baltimore

Girls’ 12 Singles

1. Sydney Rider Annapolis

2. Mia Gancayco Potomac

3. Sophie Chang Hvre De Grace

4. Lydia Carter Hyattsville

5. Katia Jordan Baltimore

6. Olivia Gaudreault Annapolis

7. Jaemye Smith Baltimore

8. Nicole Fatemi Bethesda

9. Anna Rozenberg Chevy Chase

10. Maya Lewis Bowie

11. Ines Vias Germantown

12. Krista Filiopoulos Millersville

13. Ava Todd Baltimore

14. Gabrielle Centenari Baltimore

15. Alexa Corse Baltimore

16. Bridgett Blowe Frederick

17. Briana Cohen Baltimore

18. Naomi Waters Annapolis

19. Willow Newman Olney

20. Cierra Plummer Suitland

21. Kristin Polk Baltimore

22. Julie Lazer Owings Mills

23. Amanda Atanasson Owings Mills

24. Cameron Corse Baltimore

25. Olivia Banks Randallstown

Girls’ 10 Singles

1. Bridgett Blowe Frederick

2. Lilian Burchell Ruxton

3. Opala Dhingra Darnestown

4. Lauren Hassell Ellicott City

5. Jaemye Smith Baltimore

6. Abigail Thornton Ellicott City

7. Sara Fioretti Finksburg

8. Marisa Class Cockeysville

9. Lea Owens Olney

10. Ines Vias Germantown

11. Dahlia Huh Germantown

12. Chloe Boustany Elkridge

13. Julia Potter Reisterstown

Volunteer Marc Kantrowitz, Richard

Simmons, TSR Lynn Gertzog, and

volunteer Joy Faniyi at the Kids

Being Healthy Expo in Baltimore.


A volunteer organization

like ours faces

many challenges.

Three that are particularly

difficult are consistency,

communication and momentum.

Consistency is nearly non-existent since there are

constantly new volunteers and they are just that – volunteers

– with family lives and jobs to look after.

Communication can easily get garbled or lost because

the USTA has many layers. Plus – see consistency


And momentum, the feeling of having a guiding vision

and daily mission that everyone understands, buys

into and can act on, is hard to come by in two short

years. Plus – see consistency and communication


The good news is we all have a common interest, and

that is our incredible love and appreciation of the game

of tennis, and that propels us a great deal.

Many great volunteers give countless hours of their

precious time to create playing opportunities for children

and adults all across our state regardless of age and



physical abilities. Additionally, we have what I believe is the brightest, hardest working, most passionate

staff of any district in the country. How do we put that all together to benefit tennis in Virginia?

First, over the next year your Board will be inviting committee chairs to attend some of our meetings.

The board can provide direction, support and remove obstacles so our committees can be

successful, but we can’t do that unless we spend time with them. Second, we will streamline our

approach to marketing what we do. Each committee will be asked early in the year what information

they want to get out to the tennis public. We will then develop a comprehensive plan inclusive

of all efforts so our message can become clearer and more consistent. Third, we will look to better

utilize the talents of the staff to support the goals and actions of the committees. Finally, the Board

wants to spend more time listening at the ground level to what is and isn’t working in our plans.

We will have Board representation at as many Virginia events as possible throughout the year to

hear from local volunteers and tennis players.

This message is not to minimize what we have accomplished in 2007. We had an incredible year.

League participation topped 20,000 for the first time ever!! Membership grew 6%, Junior Team

Tennis participation jumped 258% and tournament participation increased 12%. Congratulations!

But as they say in that commercial, “yesterday is history.” Let’s see what we can get done in ’08.

Pat Hanssen

Sue Worsham

Past President

Dave Malinowski

First Vice




Board of Directors

Pat Hanssen





Wayne McCoy

MAS Delegate

Kathy Stroop


Al Rusch

General Counsel

Pat Hanssen


3229 Brandon Ave. S.W.

Suite 6

Roanoke, VA 24015

Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday

Office phone: 540-982-5524

Toll-free: 1-800-229-3166

Fax: 540-982-5572

Website: www.virginiatennis.com


Janine Underwood

Executive Director


Rob Issem

Tournaments Administrator


Bill Fitzgibbon

Leagues Administrator


Caroline Downs

Programs Assistant


Betty Wickersham

Office Administrator/Bookkeeper


Michelle Wood

Community Tennis Representative

P.O. Box 6514,

Portsmouth VA 23703



Michelle Desper

Administrative Assistant


Virginia District Staff: (Front) Michelle Desper, Caroline Downs, Janine

Underwood, Betty Wickersham, and Michelle Woods. (Back) Bill Fitzgibbon,

Jonathan Amos, and Rob Issem.


Budget & Finance

George Duangmanee, Chair

Pat Hanssen, Member

Sue Worsham, Board Liason

Roy Harrill, Member

Janine Underwood, Staff Liason

Community Development

Don Paitrick, Chair

Randy Cook, Member

Ed Tiong, Member

Davis Toombs, Member

Jerry McCoy, Member

Donald Widener, Member

Peggy Winn, Member

Wayne McCoy, Board Liason

Alice Buckner, Staff Liason

Grievance, Bylaws & Rules

Don Min, Chair

Whitney Jones, Member

Dick Cervi, Member

Al Rusch, Board Liason

Janine Underwood, Staff Liason


Nancy Holt, Chair

Betty Snavely, Member

Ingrid Clark, Member

Donna McClure, Member

Stone Smith, Member

Karen Hall, Member

Debra Trent, Member

Patrick Kearns, Board Liason

Bill Fitzgibbon, Staff Liason

Leagues Review

Tom Wallace, Chair

Mark Vines, Member

Mary Beth Airing-Seely,


Sue Worsham, Board Liason

Bill Fitzgibbon, Staff Liason

Long-Range Planning

Wayne McCoy, Chair

Vinh Do, Member

Joe Grover, Member

Tom Hawkins, Member

Dave Malinowski, Board Liason

Marketing & Membership

Helen Andrews, Chair

Sarah Sando, Member

Leslie Bernard, Member

Joanne Duangmanee, Member

Colin Clark, Member

Dave Malinowski, Board Liason

Jonathan Amos, Staff Liason


Nancy Holt, Chair

Kate Mills, Member

David Spangler, Member

Reliford Sanders, Member

Sarah Sando, Member

Janine Underwood, Staff Liason


Maggie Schewel, Chair

Wayne Kuhnly, Member

Winston Green, Member

Bernie Mills, Member

Bonnie Hayak, Member

Sue Worsham, Board Liason

Rob Issem, Staff Liason


Julie Kaczmarek, Co-Chair

Mark Bernstein, Co-Chair

Steve Cutchins, Member

Paul Fisher, Member

Chris Tran, Member

Drew Robinson, Member

Mike Miller, Member

Gary Heinberg, Member

Trip Baisden, Member

Christine O’Keefe, Member

Chip King, Member

Rick Schroeder, Member

Dick Cervi, At-Large

George Duangmanee, Board


Rob Issem, Staff Liason

Volunteer Services

Janet Gehman, Chair

Chrissie Perkins, Member

Betty Branch, Member

Jim Viggiani, Member

Shirley Williams, Member

Joyce Zwirschitz, Member

Elizabeth Ruff, Member

Kathy Stroop, Board Liason

Betty Wickersham, Staff Liason


Men’s Open Singles

1. Angelinos, Ted Charlottesville

2. Rudman, Kyle Charlottesville

3. Ambert, Romain Richmond

4. Shabaz, Michael J. Fairfax

5. Seleznev, Aleksandr Norfolk

6. Lacombe, Damien Richmond

7. Inglot, Dominic Charlottesville

8. Courtney, Drew Clifton

9. Downing, Andrew Virginia Beach

10. Larregola, Albert Blacksburg

11. Puranen, Arvid Blacksburg

12. Grover, Nathaniel Suffolk

13. Igarashi, Eidy Norfolk

14. Newton, Brock Roanoke

15. Steinour, Sean Richmond

16. Pena, Sebastian Lynchburg

17. Ripoll, Sebastien Richmond

18. Manilla, Dominic Greenwood

19. Wilkins, Brent Richmond

20. Davidson, Ryan Virginia Beach

21. Diskin, Yakov Yorktown

22. Edwards, Chris Richmond

23. Walker, Jordan Warrenton

24. Kim, Andrew Richmond

25. Pine, Zachary Vienna

26. Bracho, Carlos Fairfax Station

27. Hunter, Whitney Charlottesville

28. Tanaka, Nobuyoshi Vienna

29. Bernal, Ramon Woodbridge

30. Fitzgerald, Brian Herndon

31. McMillen, Kevin Richmond

32. MacIntyre, Martin Arlington

33. Schaefer, Landon Centreville

34. Spracklin, Trevor Arlington

35. Thacker, Phil Richmond

36. Smith, Paul Kiel Arlington

37. Funkhouser, Alex Winchester

37. Santoro, John Oakton

39. Dunn, Jason Hampton

40. Garma, Othmane Falls Church

40. Balaji, Sidarth Fairfax

42. Asiedu-Ofei, Albert Ashburn

43. Dearth, Edgar Newport News

44. Huang, Frank Burke

45. Lazarte, Andres Vienna

46. Pine, Jonathan Vienna

47. Dyche, Patrick Woodbridge

48. Shetty, Anirudh Yorktown

2007 Award Winners

Dick Green Service Award: Buford L. Driskill, Lynchburg

35 years of service

Volunteer of the Year: Donald Widener, Suffolk

Family of the Year: The O’Keefe Family, Roanoke

Committee Chair of the Year: Margaret Schewel, Lynchburg

Tournament Director of the Year: Patrick Catullo, Fredericksburg

Tournament of the Year: Arby’s Junior Open, Princess Anne

Country Club, Virginia Beach

Junior Tournament Player of the Year: Victoria “Tori” Ford,


Adult Sportsmanship of the Year: Mark Willis, Fredericksburg

Junior Male Sportsmanship of the Year: Aaron Gomez, Clinton

Junior Female Sportsmanship of the Year: Robbi Jensen, Martinsville

League Coordinator of the Year: Claudette Sealy, Virginia Beach

JTT Team Coordinator of the Year: Angela DiNardi, Powhatan

Official of the Year: Bonnie Grimsley, Warrenton

Coach of the Year: Paul Fisher, Burke

Teaching Professional of the Year: Vinh Do, Fairfax

Club of the Year: James River Country Club, Newport News

Organization of the Year: Apple Ridge Farm, Roanoke

2007 Adult Final Rankings

49. Brawley, Stephen Va. Beach

50. Huey, Treat Alexandria

51. Reago, Tim Alexandria

52. Yameogo, Noel Arlington

53. Cosby, Chris Richmond

54. Oakes, Rob Richmond

55. Hardy, Stephen Fairfax

55. Jacobs, Lloyd Ashburn

55. Lamm, Chell Richmond

58. Long, Kevin Richmond

58. Gee, Patrick Richmond

58. Sison, Lorenzo Williamsburg

61. Elim, Marc Midlothian

62. Barajas-Alexander, Milo Arlington

63. Delgado, Nicolas Blacksburg

64. Einwick, L. Charles Richmond

64. Caplan, David Oakton

64. Barajas-Alexander, Mani Arlington

64. Galarza, Christian Fairfax

68. Mook, John Sterling

68. Harrell, Jeffreys Richmond

68. Checchio, Anthony Va. Beach

71. Richardson, D. Worth Culpeper

71. Bean, Jacob Mechanicsvl.

71. Weiner, David Charlottesvil.

74. Bricker, Timothy Shenandoah

74. Willis, Mark Sumerduck

74. Armes, Christopher Midlothian

74. Brown, Edwin Sterling

74. Vitkovski, Edgar Richmond

74. Awadalla, Joseph Springfield

74. Locsin, Joel Culpeper

74. Radke, Ryan Midlothian

74. Xayavong, Songseng Gainesville

74. Miklo, Marko Charlottesvil.

Men's 30 Singles

1. Adams, Keith Richmond

2. Stewart, Donnell Richmond

3. Batra, Monty Vienna

Men's 35 Singles

1. Barker, John Roanoke

2. Johnson, Chris Forest

3. Aaron, James Richmond

4. Drougas, James Roanoke

5. Chernigoff, Glenn Arlington

6. Adams, Keith Richmond

7. Campos, Bernardo Daleville

Community Outreach: Ginny and Wayne McCoy, Virginia Beach

8. Stewart, Donnell Richmond

9. Jacobs, Lloyd Ashburn

10. Batra, Monty Vienna

11. Hoey, Christopher Arlington

12. Hamm, Jerome Roanoke

Men's 40 Singles

1. Chernigoff, Glenn Arlington

2. Sloyan, Patrick Paeonian Spr.

3. Wilson, John Winchester

4. Jacobs, Lloyd Ashburn

5. Stafford, Charles Richmond

5. Cole, Joe Richmond

7. Reago, Tim Alexandria

8. Pattan, James Vienna

Men's 45 Singles

1. Bybee, Lynn Midlothian

2. Bricker, Timothy Shenandoah

3. Reynard Sr., Chris Dumfries

4. Booker, Leonard Alexandria

5. Carl, Neal Richmond

6. Colletti, Nicholas Bristow

7. Quesenbery, Thomas Fredericksburg

8. Shields, Bobby Keeling

9. Hildenbrand, Mark Newport News

10. Barker, John Roanoke

11. Avent, Frank Alexandria

12. Ditmar, Christopher Charlottesville

13. Pattan, James Vienna

13. Beveridge, Brian Alexandria

13. Byrne, Peter Arlington

16. Chase, Stuart Charlottesville

17. Valdivia, Freddy Clifton

18. Moss, Ben Annandale

Men's 50 Singles

1. Chase, Stuart Charlottesville

2. Wallace, Thomas Glen Allen

3. Blair, Christopher Richmond

4. Fishwick, John Roanoke

5. Hughes, William Roanoke

6. Friend, Daniel Chesapeake

7. Pennington, John Warrenton

Men's 55 Singles

1. Donelan, John Alexandria

2. Henderson, Coke Newport News

3. Carico, Bill Forest

4. Barker, James Glade Spring

5. Joachim, Richard Blue Ridge

6. Tolle, John Arlington

7. Simms, Rany Fairfax Station

8. Saunders, Bill Hampton

9. Breit, William. Virginia Beach

10. Morris, Nick Alexandria

11. Wiener, Ram Buckingham

12. Angel, Robert Reston

13. Nester, Conrad Christiansbrg

14. Perkins, James Abingdon

15. Freeman, Louis Chesterfield

16. Johnson, James Richmond

17. Piplani, Lalit Front Royal

18. Hurd, David Dublin

19. Jacob, John Lexington

Men's 60 Singles

1. Davis, Robert Charlottesville

2. Wendell, John Williamsburg

3. Curtin, John Fairfax

4. Elder, James Reston

5. Sydnor, William Richmond

6. Robertson, James Richmond

7. Thomas, William Winchester

8. Worthington, Everett Richmond

9. Hurd, David Dublin

10. Strong, Robert Ferrum

Men's 65 Singles

1. Credeur, Leonard Poquoson

2. Newton, John Alexandria

6. Heinberg, Gary Potomac Falls

Men's 70 Singles

1. Shakespeare, James Richmond

2. King, William Warsaw

3. Giffel, Gary Midlothian

4. Ellison, Joseph Ashburn

5. O'Connell, Jim Williamsburg

6. McCarty, Bill Arlington

7. Shellhouse, Bob Alexandria

8. Allen, Richmond McLean

9. Dix, Donald McLean

10. Byl, Adhemar Reston

11. Marginot, Charles Vienna

2008 Events

April 12: USTA Rapid Rally/Jr. Olympic Skills

Competition at Old Dominion University, Norfolk.

April 19: USTA Rapid Rally/Jr. Olympic Skills

Competition at Byrd Park, Richmond.

April 26: USTA Rapid Rally/Jr. Olympic Skills

Competition at Bluemont Park, Arlington.

June 14: USTA/VT Semi-Annual Meeting at

Oakwood Country Club, Lynchburg.

June 20-22: USTA/VT Adult Mixed Doubles

League Championships, Reston.

July 11-14: USTA/VT Adult League Championships

3.0, 4.0, 5.0 at Huntington Park, Newport


July 18-21: USTA/VT Adult League Championships

2.5, 3.5, 4.5 at Huntington Park, Newport


Aug. 2: USTA/VT Junior Team Tennis Championships

at the University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg.

Aug. 9-10: Asian Festival and USTA/VT Tennis

Block Party at Reston.

Aug. 22-24: USTA/VT Senior League Championships

at Wintergreen Resort, Wintergreen.

Oct. 3-6: USTA/VT Combo League Championships,

Virginia Beach.

Oct. 25: USTA/VT Annual Meeting at James

River Country Club, Newport News.

Oct. 25-26: USTA/VT Collegiate Club Tennis Fall

Invitational at Old Dominion University, Norfolk.



2007 Adult Rankings (cont.)

Men's 75 Singles

1. Kingery, Billy Roanoke

2. Williams, Don Williamsburg

2. Allen, Richmond McLean

Men's 80 Singles

1. Kilgore, Edwin Newport News

2. Cage, Robert South Boston

3. Reade, Robert Springfield

4. Hodgdon, A. Dana McLean

Men's 35 Doubles

1. Prillaman, Nelson Salem

2. Barker, John Roanoke

Men's 45 Doubles

1. Booker, Leonard Alexandria

2. Ray, Manley Springfield

2. Avent, Frank Alexandria

Men's 50 Doubles

1. Blair, Christopher Richmond

1.Williams, Greg Richmond

Men's 55 Doubles

1. Quinn, Edward Woodbridge

2. Freeman, Louis Chesterfield

2. Dunnaville, Herbert Richmond

4. Jacob, John Lexington

Men's 65 Doubles

1. Giffel, Gary Midlothian

1. Mahoney, Patrick Richmond

Men's 70 Doubles

1. Shakespeare, James Richmond

2. O'Connell, Jim Williamsburg

3. Shellhouse, Bob Alexandria

4. McCarty, Bill Arlington

5. King, William Warsaw

5. Cardwell, John Irvington

7. Byl, Adhemar Reston

Men's 75 Doubles

1. King, William Warsaw

Men's 80 Doubles

1. Hodgdon, A. Dana McLean

2. Reade, Robert Springfield

NTRP Men's 3.0 Singles

1. Cannon, Paul Alexandria

NTRP Men's 3.5 Singles

1. Triplett, Scott Middleburg

2. Atkinson, Colin Chesterfield

NTRP Men's 4.0 Singles

1. Cornelio, Danny Roanoke

2. Heinberg, Gary Potomac Falls

3. Cook, Larue Alexandria

4. Weaver, Michael Roanoke

4. Wiencek, David Round Hill

NTRP Men's 4.5 Singles

1. Jacobs, Lloyd Ashburn

NTRP Men's 3.5 Doubles

1. Gesinski, Bryan Roanoke

1. Gesinski, Chris Roanoke

NTRP Women's 3.5 Singles

1. Crowley, Theresa Waterford

Women's Open Singles

1. Fleishman, Nataly Norfolk

2. Seredni, Chrissie Glen Allen

3. Reichert, Bridget Richmond

4. Kretzer, Natalie Chesterfield

5. Elim, Kirsten Midlothian

6. Armes, Jessica Midlothian

7. Wise, Alicia Spotsylvania

8. Huddleston, Brittany Salem

9. Malpeli, Kate Vienna

10. Fuhr, Joy Richmond

Women's 35 Singles

1. Fritz-Krockow, Hiko Fairfax

2. Arango, Karen Reston

Women's Open Doubles

1. Fleishman, Nataly Norfolk

2. Gale, Rachel Richmond

2. Seredni, Chrissie Glen Allen

4. Ogborne, Julie Richmond

4. Elim, Kirsten Midlothian


6. Human, Karen Charlottesville

7. Reichert, Bridget Richmond

8. Condyles, Martha Richmond

9. Jain, Briana Richmond

9. Davis, Mason Richmond

11. Hall, Karolyn Midlothian

12. Fuhr, Joy Richmond

12. Fuhr, Anna Richmond

Mixed Open Doubles

1. Reichert, Bridget Richmond

1. Reichert, Kevin Richmond

3. Steinour, Scott Midlothian

4. Thomas, Albert Midlothian

4. Green, Stephanie Midlothian

6. Human, Karen Charlottesville

7. Armes, Christopher Midlothian

7. Armes, Jessica Midlothian

7. Ito, Hiroshi Virginia Beach

7. Ito, Miho Virginia Beach

2007 Junior Rankings

Boys’ 18 Singles

1. Pine, Jonathan Vienna

2. Pine, Zachary Vienna

3. Courtney, Drew Clifton

4. Balaji, Sidarth Fairfax

5. Dyke, Jordan Alexandria

6. Stefanski, Jan Falls Church

7. Shulman, Eric Glen Allen

8. Tanaka, Nobuyoshi Woodbridge

9. Barajas-Alexander, Milo Arlington

10. Wirth, Benjamin Virginia Bch

11. Hardy, Stephen Fairfax

12. Branche, George McLean

13. McMillen, Kevin Richmond

14. Williams, C. J. Richmond

15. Tiller, Monte Roanoke

16. Fraser, Ian Virginia Beach

17. Gallagher, Douglas Burke

18. Farah, Kareem Mc Lean

19. Merrell, Tonique Newport News

20. Shane, Justin Falls Church

21. Lee, Joshua Chesapeake

22. Feeley, Matthew Arlington

23. Parker, Kyle Richmond

24. Hunter, Whitney Charlottesvle

25. Widing, C. Garrett Great Falls

26. Abrams-Nicholas, Morgan Richmond

27. Hincker, Chris Roanoke

28. Calhoun, Kevin Richmond

29. Baine, Tanner Virginia Beach

30. New, Jeremy Glen Allen

31. Robinson, Timothy Stafford

32. Schrum, Drew Fredericksburg

33. Diersen, Glenn Glen Allen

34. Randolph, Brian Oakton

35. Kane-West, Daniel Free Union

36. Rapkins, Caleb Fredericksburg

37. Luke, Brian Virginia Bch

38. Shetty, Anirudh Yorktown

39. Netardus, Matthew Virginia Beach

40. Salomon, Michael Haymarket

41. Castellow, Kevin Burke

42. Hope, Brian Fairfax

43. Papageorge, Nico Fairfax Station

44. Johnston, Tyler Forest

45. Parrish, Bryce Chesapeake

46. Fink, Matthew Roanoke

47. Ezell, Ian Danville

48. Talkington, Todd Virginia Beach

49. Davis, James Manassas

50. O'Keefe, Patrick Salem

51. Willess, Raymond Woodbridge

52. Datta, Sam Centreville

53. Melbourne, Patrick Ashburn

54. Braig, Jacob Williamsburg

55. Tulenko, Brad Keswick

56. Smyth, Randolph Boston

57. Fisher, B.J. Manassas

58. Ranowsky, Joshua Forest

59. Crocker, Austin Keswick

60. Mansfield, Ian Fishersville

61. Yost, Christopher Chesapeake

62. Wood, Nathan Richmond

63. Kochard, Christopher Charlottesville

64. Lyons, Ian Fredericksburg

65. Mulquin, Patrick Mc Lean

66. Constantine, Cezar Fairfax

67. Sham, Brian Falls Church

68. Nason, Billy Burke

69. Pegram, Corey Midlothian

70. Morris, Andrew Sterling

71. Crews, Andrew Virginia Beach

72. Mubeen, Malik Fairlawn

73. Kostinas, Bobby Chesapeake

74. Nelson, Scott Waynesboro

75. Adams, John Winchester

76. Cho, Steve Charlottesville

77. Davis, Ryan Roanoke

78. Bean, Jacob Mechanicsvlle

79. Kaurich, Kevin Williamsburg

80. Ellenbogen, Matt Blacksburg

81. Henshaw, Justin Virginia Beach

82. Britcliffe, Alexander Alexandria

83. Pack, Zachary Keysville

84. Johnson, Eric Adam Fredericksburg

85. Law, Stephen Ashburn

86. Park, Andrew Ashburn

87. Hatfield, Marshall Midlothian

88. Cutchin, Grant Virginia Beach

89. James, Brett Midlothian

90. Steingold, Michael Suffolk

91. Vavelidis, Phil Charlottesville

92. Callo, Alexander Clifton

93. Cairns, David Williamsburg

94. Lee, Joshua Stafford

95. Yowell, Nathan Williamsburg

96. Chaulklin, Matthew Mechanicsville

97. Beverly, Andrew Lynchburg

98. Timberlake, Philip Virginia Beach

99. Brown, Patrick Lynchburg

100. Stough, Chris Yorktown

101. Sun, Franklin Great Falls

102. Poth, Charles Fredericksburg

103. Siddhanti, Rohan McLean

104. Shroder, Sam Vienna

105. Banks, Nathan Springfield

106. Jain, Robbie Richmond

107. Montgomery, Josh Leesburg

108. Talsma, Jonathan Fredericksburg

109. Santos, Daniel Falls Church

110. Bartley, Zachary Fredericksburg

111. Harm, Ned Martinsville

112. MacFarland, Matthew Forest

Boys’ 16 Singles

1. Balaji, Sidarth Fairfax

2. Shane, Justin Falls Church

3. Phaup, Michael Fairfax Station

4. Frank, Mitchell Annandale

5. Castellow, Kevin Burke

6. Davis, James Manassas

7. Hardy, Stephen Fairfax

8. McMillen, Kevin Richmond

9. Breit, Jackson Virginia Bch

10. Carl, Zachary Richmond

11. Mansfield, Ian Fishersville

12. Nguyen, Quoc-Daniel Dunn Loring

13. Schnur, Max Jacob Richmond

14. Hope, Brian Fairfax

15. Luu, Jason Fairfax

16. Baine, Tanner Virginia Beach

17. Mee, Elliot Williamsburg

18. Vitkovski, Edgar Richmond

19. Macomber, John Vienna

20. Koontz, Hunter Glen Allen

21. Wagner, Robert Norfolk

22. Tilley, Charles Richmond

23. Goetz, Timothy Falls Church

24. O'Keefe, Patrick Salem

25. Brawley, Craig Virginia Beach

26. Salomon, Michael Haymarket

27. Rapkins, Caleb Fredericksburg

28. Waddell, Matt Richmond

29. Charles, Evan Richmond

30. Sun, Franklin Great Falls

31. Neils, Drew Fairfax Station

32. Moon, Dylan Richmond

33. Weber, Wilson Glen Allen

34. Brown, Patrick Lynchburg

35. Mosberg, Phillip Glen Allen

36. Bullano, Dominic Moseley

37. Cox, Jody Mechanicsville

38. Baxter, Michael Richmond

39. Bouche, Anthony Oakton

40. Tewari, Sachin Great Falls

41. Smith, Eric Norfolk

42. Venkatasubramanian, A. Glen Allen

43. Clark, Spencer Great Falls

44. Datta, Will Centreville

45. Cutchin, Grant Virginia Beach

46. Retta, Michael Annandale

47. Pyo, Hyun-Joon Charlottesville

48. Davies, Blaine Glen Allen

49. Luck, Lloyd Charlottesvle

50. Britcliffe, Alexander Alexandria

51. Hunt, Joshua Williamsburg

52. Okungbowa, Courage Alexandria

53. Karthikeyan, Arjun Glen Allen

54. Hall, Ben Glen Allen

55. Carey, Tyler Moseley

56. Hoerr, Connor Virginia Beach

57. Smith, Eric Mechanicsville

58. Huang, Ian Burke

59. Fauntleroy, Wills Williamsburg

60. Dashiell, William Norfolk

61. Hall, Brandon Sterling

62. King, Zachary Richmond

63. Zakaria, Michael Annandale

64. Moorhead, Brett Midlothian

65. Bhargava, Ankur Centreville

66. Zhang, Edwin Falls Church

67. Nelson, Matt Galax

68. Hinds, Stefan Richmond

69. Preve, Alexander Ruckersville

70. Cheng, Sean Great Falls

71. Baker, Marsh Forest

72. Pierce, Craig Warrenton

73. Kellner, Garrett Midlothian

74. Byrne, Jeb Charlottesville

75. Garyotis, Connor Moseley

76. Utley, Kyle Martinsville

77. Owen, Stephen Charlottesville

78. Vavelidis, Phil Charlottesville

79. Nelson, Philip Reston

80. Dutta, Siddarth Chantilly

81. Artwick, Spencer Lexington

82. Lee, Joshua Stafford

83. Jones, Creighton Newport News

84. Shetty, Chiraag Yorktown

85. Anderson, Nathan Clifton Forge

86. Sham, Brian Falls Church

87. Diokno, Rally Falls Church

88. Fratkin, Jacob Richmond

89. Cerny, Zachary Midlothian

90. Karvelas, Matthew Arlington

91. Sablik, Dan Vienna

92. Escobar, Brennan Vinton

93. Kaurich, Kevin Williamsburg

94. Binford, Adam Oak Hill

95. Francis, Christopher Oak Hill

96. Tu, Shao Wei Ashland

97. Ford, Christopher Williamsburg

98. Temory, Matine Woodbridge

99. Qu, William Ashburn

100. Eldridge, Chad Glen Allen

101. Lin, Gabriel Fairfax

102. Callo, Alexander Clifton

103. Doss, Lemuel Richmond

104. Fisher, B.J. Manassas

105. Caravati, David Richmond

106. Balitsky, Andrew Norfolk

107. Carli, Will Richmond

108. Vaddadi, Naveen Ashburn

109. James, Chris Midlothian

110. Joyce, Mike Falls Church

111. O'Conor, Devin Arlington

112. Chen, Joseph Alexandria

113. Slack, Kyle Broadlands

114. Vroom, John Falls Church

115. Robinson, Aaron Stafford

116. Snyder, Bradley Richmond

117. Quinn, Calvin Ashburn

118. Brush, Evan Virginia Beach

119. Dillard, James Springfield

120. Berl, Seth Williamsburg

121.Wilkinson, Stefan Vienna

122. Sadinski, Ryan Chesapeake

123. Jiang, Burt Oak Hill

124. Bartley, Zachary Fredericksburg

125. Custer, David Richmond

126. Stearney, Sam Virginia Beach

127. Kianpour, Kohl Great Falls

128. De La Pointe, Nico Charlottesville

129. Yachanin, Alex Glen Allen

130. Bletso, Dee Jay Annandale

131. Hemenway, Ben Fredericksburg

132. Webster, Ian Fredericksburg

133. Sisk, Matthew Lynchburg

134. Jiang, Alex Reston

135. Fields, Jake Arlington

136. Spruiell, Ryan Suffolk

137. Drougas, William Roanoke

138. Cole, Andrew Falls Church

139. Georgiadis, Dimitri Richmond

140. Nichols, David Midlothian

141. Levenson, Moss Richmond

142. Micheli, David Richmond

143. Ravi, Arvind Glen Allen

144. Henry, Ryan Mechanicsville

145. Larsen, Brandon Woodbridge

146. Newman, Matt Arlington

147. Mayfield, Zachary Norfolk

148. Agnew, Samuel Virginia Beach

149. Dziura, Thomas Burke

150. Dombek, Turner Williamsburg

151. Cho, Seong-Woong Charlottesville

152. Stettner, Daniel Burke

153. Kalemba, Ben Williamsburg

154. Swanson, Andrew Williamsburg

155. Tulenko, Tyler Keswick

2007 Junior Rankings

Boys’ 16 Singles (cont.)

156. Gallatin, Jim Arlington

157. Oley, Mark Richmond

158. Burkholder, Jason Midlothian

159. Nelson, Teddy Charlottesville

160. Connoly, William Midlothian

161. Bortell, Joshua Midlothian

162. Joergensen, Tobias Virginia Beach

163. Willett, Turner Richmond

164. Gandee, Cole Fairfax Station

165. Scherger, Jack Richmond

166. Allinson, Robert Leesburg

167. Harry, Nathaniel Fredericksburg

168. Czupak, Christopher Leesburg

169. Huizenga, Joshua Richmond

170. Armstrong, Michael Richmond

171. Rohani-Shukla, Anush Richmond

172. Burnam, Justin McLean

173. Witten, Robert Suffolk

174. Rowe, Colin Keswick

175. Kim, David Burke

176. Fenninger, John Vienna

177. Ramthun, Mark Midlothian

178. Alger, Timothy Newport News

179. Powers, Jonathan Midlothian

180. Berner, Evan McLean

181. Blackmon, Thomas Richmond

182. Sturtz, Charles Virginia Beach

Boys’ 14 Singles

1. Luu, Jason Fairfax

2. Nguyen, Quoc-Daniel Dunn Loring

3. Shane, Ryan Falls Church

4. Waddell, Matt Richmond

5. Zhang, Edwin Falls Church

6. Corinteli, Luca Alexandria

7. Davies, Benjamin Mc Lean

8. Bhargava, Ankur Centreville

9. Schnur, Max Richmond

10. Vrabel, Christopher Centreville

11. O'Keefe, Patrick Salem

12. Nelson, Philip Reston

13.Wilson, Graham Newport News

14. Venkatasubramanian, S. Glen Allen

15. Carey, Tyler Moseley

16. Huang, Ian Burke

17. Sun, Daniel Charlottesville

18. Tulenko, Tyler Keswick

19. Moorhead, Brett Midlothian

20. Garyotis, Connor Moseley

21. Ford, Christopher Williamsburg

22. Malfait, Louis Alexandria

23. Drougas, William Roanoke

24. Huang, Scott Burke

25. Bernstein, Max Annandale

26. Baine, Tanner Virginia Beach

27. Mulligan, Timothy Virginia Beach

28. Salomon, Peter Haymarket

29. Zimmerman, Matthew Glen Allen

30. Sablik, Dan Vienna

31. Doss, Lemuel Richmond

32. Paskalutsa, Maxim Williamsburg

33. Shetty, Chiraag Yorktown

34. Okungbowa, Courage Alexandria

35. Lim, Anthony Leesburg

36. Coffey, William Christiansburg

37. Hall, Ben Glen Allen

38. O'Keefe, Harrison Salem

39. Walsh, Jack Glen Allen

40. Schwartz, Sammy Roanoke

41. Suttle, Harrison Newport News

42. Blair, Harris Richmond

43. Zapatero, Zack Virginia Beach

44. Smiley, David. Burke

45. Morton, Erik Alexandria

46. Fu, Christopher Herndon

47. Balitsky, Andrew Norfolk

48. Murphy, Ryan Richmond

49. Qu, William Ashburn

50. Diamond, William Charlottesville

51. Braig, Zachary Williamsburg

52. Gupta, Akaash Fairfax

53. Fields, Jake Arlington

54. Lee, Brandon Reston

55. Fenton, Noah Middleburg

56. Wilroy, Jonathan Williamsburg

57. Culver, Blake Fairfax Station

58. Garcia, Kevin Virginia Beach

59. Ali, Adam Richmond

60. Nelligan, Wistar Lynchburg

61. Temory, Matine Woodbridge

62. Martindale, Benjamin Arlington

63. Zykov, Anton Falls Church

64. Liu, Jesse Oak Hill

65. Straus, Brady Richmond

66. Smith, Walter Norfolk


67. Sidarous, George Alexandria

68. Farinholt, Sinclair Richmond

69. Nguyen, Kaleb Winchester

70. Thomas, Jake Moseley

71. Kepcke, Jonathan King George

72. Gnapp, Andrew Richmond

73. Wong, Wesley South Riding

74. Sankar, Bharani Glen Allen

75. Drougas, Michael Roanoke

76. Bergin, Christopher Charlottesville

77. Allanson, Dylan Staunton

78. Gruber, Louis Mc Lean

79. Cress, Matthew Winchester

80. Kincaid, Matthew Williamsburg

81. McDermott, Griffin Alexandria

82. Hathi, Zubin Ravi Roanoke

83. Hitch, Sam Norfolk

84. Wang, Daniel Oak Hill

85. Willett, Turner Richmond

86. Berl, Chad Williamsburg

87. Venkatasubramanian, A. Glen Allen

88. Daly, Christian Lynchburg

89. B. Marquis, Preston Norfolk

90. Robinson, Aaron Stafford

91. Cheng, Alexander Alexandria

92. Taylor, Scottie Lynchburg

93. Sanders, Bryan Moseley

94. Weber, Jake Glen Allen

95. Moran, Conor Centreville

96. Wongkaw, Penpet Alexandria

97. Conway, Gregory Potomac Falls

98. Sciarrino, Michael Forest

99. Braudy, Zachary Alexandria

100. Mueller, Eric Roanoke

101. Arndt, Henry Newport News

102. Stearney, Sam Virginia Beach

103. Rosenblum, Ben Great Falls

104. Moynahan, Jack Fairfax

105. Shekhar, Jayanth Glen Allen

106. Perkins, William Glen Allen

107. Hoerr, Connor Virginia Beach

108. Wagnon, Kyle Virginia Beach

109. Yowell, Logan Williamsburg

110. Fogg, Wesley Virginia Beach

111. Geddy, Jack Williamsburg

112. Yeh, Gary Oakton

113. Loving, Thomas Charlottesville

114. Parker, Wade Virginia Beach

115. Anklowitz, Andrew Amissville

116. Flaherty, Danny Mc Lean

117. O'Neil, Adam Moseley

118. Clement, John Richmond

119. Lancaster, Scott Richmond

120. Agola, Jason Virginia Beach

121. Wilson, Houston Norfolk

122. Bautista, Brandon Fredericksburg

123. Breit, Lucas Virginia Bch

124. Wilson, Lee Charlottesville

125. Harris, Matthew Fishersville

126. Mohanraju, Praveen Centreville

127. Paige, Mitchell Lynchburg

128. La Magna, Jay Evington

129. Parrish, Joseph Suffolk

130. Fritz, James Stafford

131. Hughes, Christian Annandale

132. Rinker, Joshua Bealeton

133. Pavek, Greg Herndon

134. Clement, Harrison Richmond

135. Lanoue, Ryan Norfolk

136. Ohara, Ryan Suffolk

137. Ravi, Arvind Glen Allen

138. Leach, Will Forest

139. Devenport, Mitchell Blacksburg

140. Wesselink, Isaak Richmond

141. Gilbert, Alexander McLean

142. Abod, Patrick Annandale

143. Ward, Collin Chesapeake

144. Spiro, Jake Mechanicsville

145. Albert, Alexander Virginia Beach

146. Mainwaring, Jake Glen Allen

147. Woldmoe, Luke Suffolk

148. Goddard, Stephen Richmond

149. Berry, Alexander Great Falls

150. Abbas, Shahroze Glen Allen

151. Paul, Stephen Fairfax

152. Carli, Jack Richmond

153. Fletcher, Daniel Falls Church

154. Sanders, Drew Alexandria

155. Gates, Matthew Fairfax Station

156. Kim, David Fairfax

157. Ostapovicz, Alexander Vienna

158. Chun, Hayden Burke

159. Hallstrom, Joseph Lynchburg

160. Harper, Alex Glen Allen

161. Sandersiii, Theo Blacksburg

162. Eshelman, Bradley Fairfax

163. Titcomb, Mark Poquoson

164. Vaughan, Israel Glen Allen

Boys’ 12 Singles

1. Farinholt, Sinclair Richmond

2. Goode, Lewis Virginia Beach

3. Drougas, Michael Roanoke

4. O'Keefe, Harrison Salem

5. Padmanabhan, Nik McLean

6. Wang, Daniel Oak Hill

7. Okungbowa, Courage Alexandria

8. Thomas, Jack Charlottesville

9. Bhargava, Akash Centreville

10. Venkatasubramanian, Shyam Glen Allen

11. Weber, Jake Glen Allen

12. Afanasev, Dennis Williamsburg

13. Perkins, William Glen Allen

14. Wong, Wesley K. South Riding

15. Pirasteh, Kamran Warrenton

16. Mittmann, Kurt Williamsburg

17. Pei, Charles Earlysville

18. Brodzik, Peter Richmond

19. Ruamthong, Michael Alexandria

20. Clark, Hunter Richmond

21. Kowal, Christopher Glen Allen

22. Okungbowa, Foresight Alexandria

23. Mainwaring, Luke Glen Allen

24. Huynh, Long Truong Burke

25. Daly, Christian Lynchburg

26. Fenton, Adam Middleburg

27. Watson, Scotty Virginia Beach

28. Frazier, Ian Virginia Beach

29. Cerny, Justin Midlothian

30. Cummings, Clark Norfolk

31. Parker, Wade Virginia Beach

32. Daly, Nickolas Lynchburg

33. Whaling, Patrick Richmond

34. Hublitz, Josh Vienna

35. Coleman, Tilden Martinsville

36. Staunton, Stewart Charlottesville

37. Carnohan, Joshua New Kent

38. Mortemousque, Luc Lynchburg

39. Depew, Bryce Midlothian

40. Kelly, Colin Ashburn

41. Anderson, P.J. Alexandria

42. Clough, Shelton Virginia Beach

43. Bullano, Jarrett Moseley

44. Hu, Stephen Herndon

45. Pegram, Ross Midlothian

46. Nelligan, Carter Lynchburg

47. Burleigh, Alexander Midlothian

48. Lin, Ian Falls Church

49. Shklyar, Alec McLean

50. Hathi, Zubin Roanoke

51. Kett, John Great Falls

52. Ross, Samuel Williamsburg

53. O'Neil, Tommy Martinsville

54. Utley, William Martinsville

55. Coleman, Kevin Charlottesville

56. Bui, Brian Fairfax

57. Cragg, Alexander South Riding

58. Adamson, Samuel Charlottesville

59. Hsu, Benjamin Oak Hill

60. Ndunda, Mwaridi Burke

61. Leung, Angus Ashburn

62. Rishcoff, Thomas Mechanicsville

63. Padmanabhan, Michael McLean

64. Griifin, Jarrett Williamsburg

65. Rathbone, Chase Warrenton

66. Skaljic, Ahmed McLean

67. Dittmar, Jonathan Charlottesvle

68. Becker, Marc Ashburn

69. Creasy, Neal Lynchburg

70. Thomas, Will Charlottesville

71. Mason, Justin Falls Church

72. Rosenblum, Brad Great Falls

73. Rovani, Lucas McLean

74. Hayes, Carter Richmond

75. O'Donnell, Dylan Reston

76. Tsai, Timothy McLean

77. Schwartz, Andrew Roanoke

78. Brammer, Jeb Lynchburg

79. Hoerr, Taylor Virginia Beach

80. Macdisi, Nicholas Virginia Beach

81. Haymans, Andrew Great Falls

82. Li, Calvin Great Falls

83. Kett, Andrew Great Falls

84. Custer, Evan Richmond

85. Cole, Jakob Falls Church

86. Manley, Taylor Richmond

87. Neatrour, Greg Virginia Bch

88. Patrick, Kyle Virginia Beach

89. Bouchet, Adrien Oakton

90. Elvinger, Nicholas Blacksburg

91. Prettyman, Mark Fairfax

92. Cooper, Zachary Great Falls

93. Dudley, Peter Charlottesville

94. Ostapovicz, Benjamin Vienna

95. Allin, N. Grady Burke

96. Ghazzawi, Adam Falls Church

97. Abod, Brian Annandale

98. Ali, Ehab Richmond

99. Sorkin, Nicholas Glen Allen

100. Pleasure, Mitchell Herndon

101. Adams, Alex Ashburn

102. Steinour, Tate Midlothian

103. Hager, Elijah Roanoke

104. Katsias, Christopher Virginia Beach

105. Ritter, Paul Virginia Bch

106. Barker, Drew Glen Allen

107. Moran, Dylan Centreville

108. Baxter, Robby Midlothian

109. Pearson, Thomas Warrenton

110. Somers, Conor Virginia Beach

111. Dey, Charley Norfolk

112. Feenick, Ryan Vienna

113. Brostoff, Nathan Alexandria

114. Gaffney, Jay Keswick

115. Dreith, Samuel Midlothian

116. Greenfield, Jacob Leesburg

117. Chaudhary, Sahil Fairfax

118. Snipes, William Keswick

119. Chung, Daniel Vienna

120. McDermott, Grady Alexandria

121. Delnicki, Austen Newport News

122. Weems, Jonathan Midlothian

123. Costello, Philip Virginia Beach

124. Jiang, Matthew Reston

Boys’ 10 Singles

1. Afanasev, Dennis Williamsburg

2. Brodzik, Peter Richmond

3. Mortemousque, Luc Lynchburg

4. Daly, Nickolas Lynchburg

5. Depew, Bryce Midlothian

6. Wilson, Parker Winchester

7. Watson, Scotty Virginia Beach

8. Delnicki, Austen Newport News

9. Ruamthong, Michael Alexandria

10. Pei, Charles Earlysville

11. Cole, Jakob Falls Church

12. Cousins, Matthew Midlothian

13. Willett, Winston Richmond

14. Prettyman, Mark Fairfax

15. Bouchet, Adrien Oakton

16. Pleasure, Mitchell Herndon

17. Carnohan, Joshua New Kent

18. Mendoza, Paul Midlothian

19. Guthrie, Greyson Herndon

20. Rapkins, Austin Fredericksburg

21. Ritter, Paul Virginia Bch

22. Brown, Grayson Glen Allen

23. Hughes, Patrick Vienna

24. Hovatter, Ryan Virginia Beach

25. Daly, Trenton Lynchburg

26. Thomas, Will Charlottesville

27. Coccimiglio, Christopher Poquoson

28. Moon, Trey Lynchburg

29. Beard, Robin Alexandria

30. Tenenbaum, Jordan Alexandria

31. Zhang, Brady Great Falls

32. Fishwick, Jack Roanoke

33. Ditthavong, Ian Fairfax Station

34. Kirkpatrick, Connor Waterford

35. Manos, Matthew Daleville

36. Shklyar, Jordan Mc Lean

37. Pabon, David Virginia Beach

38. Benkovitz, Max Virginia Beach

39. Macdisi, Nicholas Virginia Beach

40. Mason, Andy Franklin

41. Gardner, Scott Salem

42. Boles, Darius Spotsylvania

43. Thor, Josh Virginia Beach

44. Perkins, Chan Glen Allen

45. Renteria, Dominik Springfield

46. Mathwig, Thomas Virginia Beach

47. Kaurich, Joshua Williamsburg

48. Weber, Hank Glen Allen

49. Feigert, William McLean

50. Benkovitz, Nick Virginia Beach

51. Joun, Roland Fairfax Station

52. Perry, George Burke

NTRP Combined Mixed 6.0 Doubles

1. Weinman, David Salem

1. Weinman, Ellen Salem

3. Sheldon, Phil Salem

3. Sheldon, Sandy Salem

NTRP Combined Mixed 7.0 Doubles

1. Craighead, Leslie Gibson Vinton

1. Craighead, Kevin Dale Vinton

3. McCoy, Jerry Lexington

Girls’ 18 Singles

1. Blosser, Natalie McLean

2. Blow, Katharine Richmond

3 .Zhang, Yilian Oak Hill

4. Hardenbergh, Lindsey Fairfax Station



2007 Junior Rankings

Girls’ 18 Singles (cont.)

5. Shulman, Allison Glen Allen

6. Palmucci, Lauren Fairfax

7. Ford, Victoria Williamsburg

8. Shea, Aileen Great Falls

9. Meadows, Michelle Virginia Bch

10. Li, Linden Great Falls

11. Nguyen, Audrey Midlothian

12. Devlin, Gabrielle McLean

13. Bayliss, Shannon Charlottesville

14. Dashiell, Casey Norfolk

15. Lavet, Jennifer Vienna

16. Nguyen, Michelle Springfield

17. Barber, Parham Martinsville

18. Rud, Kristina Oakton

19. Blackwell, Brooke Vienna

20. Spooner, Clare Williamsburg

21. Garland, Anne Richmond

22. Hummel, Dana Fairfax

23. Travis, Reagan Manassas

24. Haase, Sarah Yorktown

25. Harris, Tyler Richmond

26. Laderer, Katie Norfolk

27. Gray, Chelsea Manassas

28. Vrabel, Julie Centreville

29. Pappas, Kiersten Waterford

30. Lindner, Sarah Warrenton

31. Rice, Alexandra Warrenton

32. Watson, Karling Virginia Beach

33. Le, Michelle Fairfax

34. Palmucci, Jacqueline Fairfax

35. Giordano, Aileen Richmond

36. Sibly, Malissa Virginia Bch

37. Davis, Kristen Manassas

38. Lam, Leila Falls Church

39. Petrova, Stella Richmond

40. Davis, Liza Julia Alexandria

41. Griffin, Sallie Warrenton

42. Parra, Alessondra Vienna

43. Woodson, Shawnte Waynesboro

44. Meighan, Sonja McLean

45. Lucas, Carmen Hampton

46. Armes, Jessica Midlothian

47. Reid, Steli Virginia Beach

48. Assaf, Alexandra McLean

49. Dinapoli, Alyse Virginia Beach

50. Crouch, Cathleen Richmond

51. Altau, Aliisa Waynesboro

52. Huff, Morgan Lee Forest

53. Fang, Jennifer Reston

54. Baine, Maddie Virginia Beach

55. Foster, Ashley Norfolk

56. Anderson, Kelly Charlottesville

57. Suarez, Paola Fairfax

58. Bedi, Carolyn Chesapeake

59. Gardiner, Elizabeth Winchester

60. Repper, Michelle Fairfax

61. Alabi, Shanique Bristow

62. Lewis, Jocelyn Oakton

63. Ezell, Betsey Danville

64. Kadotani, Saki Fairfax

65. Little, Kelly Williamsburg

66. Albrecht, Christine Richmond

67. Feigert, Caroline McLean

68. Durante, Ashlee Fredericksburg

69. Getachew, Lydia Arlington

70. Smith, Jessica Virginia Beach

71. Hudson, Alexis Stafford

Girls’ 16 Singles

1. Whitlock, Callie Richmond

2. Ritter, Alexandra Virginia Beach

3. Slattery, Maureen Newport News

4. Greco, Cecelia Haymarket

5. Raulston, Lindsay Franklin

6. Palmucci, Jacqueline Fairfax

7. Ezell, Betsey Danville

8. Pappas, Kiersten Waterford

9. Watson, Karling Virginia Beach

10. Tepper, Mary Richmond

11. Alabi, Shanique Bristow

12. McGillis, Kelsey Great Falls

13. Assaf, Alexandra McLean

14. Parker, Nicole Richmond

15. Little, Kelly Williamsburg

16. Devlin, Gabrielle McLean

17. Hahn, Emily Richmond

18. Kristofak, Meg Richmond

19. Pilkington, Brittany Virginia Beach

20. Harris, Shelby Newport News

21. Lam, Nora Falls Church

22. Pirasteh, Mina Warrenton

23. Durante, Ashlee Fredericksburg

24. Jacangelo, Juliana Lovettsville

25. Karp, Rebecca Virginia Beach


26. Wilson, Brittany Lynchburg

27. Mittmann, Helen Williamsburg

28. Hunter, Lauren Richmond

29. Venter, Anske McLean

30. Dodson, Laura Roanoke

31. Atiso, Faith Virginia Beach

32. Lagana, Kay Richmond

33. Sass, Bethany Ann Troutville

34. Jones, Anna Richmond

35. Griffin, Sallie Warrenton

36. Abbott, Christine Midlothian

37. Nguyen, Audrey Midlothian

38. Rivero, Brittany Ann Blacksburg

39. Davis, Liza Julia Alexandria

40. Gartsman, Maria Newport News

41. Napolitano, Meg Charlottesville

42. Jensen, Robbi Martinsville

43. Swann, Kaitlin Lynchburg

44. Krupp, Gabrielle Chesapeake

45. Wingate, Alyssa Independence

46. Hudson, Alexis Stafford

47. Fleishman, Winston Williamsburg

48. Wong, Carla South Riding

49. Jessee, Jordan Richmond

50. Carroll, Valerie Midlothian

51. Whittington, Brittany Great Falls

52. Moomau, Sarah Winchester

53. Noginova, Julia Virginia Bch

54. Spencer, Claire Newport News

55. Stewart, Elizabeth Oakton

56. Pao, Stephanie Vienna

57. Xiang, Dawn Clifton

58. Temory, Mashal Woodbridge

59. Zakaria, Monica Annandale

60. Pan, Jenny Fredericksburg

61. Stone, Elizabeth Richmond

62. Bowles, Olivia Chester

63. Dewberry, Katie Vienna

64. Donovan, Miranda Mineral

65. Alabi, Monique Bristow

66. Ranowsky, Sarah Forest

67. Boulineaux, Christina Vienna

68. Smith, Victoria Richmond

69. Baucom, Mary Yorktown

70. Tran, Victoria Annandale

71. Bedi, Carolyn Anne Chesapeake

72. White, Jasmine Virginia Beach

73. Tu, Shao Ching Ashland

74. Hopwood, Lauren Vienna

75. Harris, Jacquelyn Powhatan

76. Donvito, Natalie Williamsburg

77. Pfund, Audrey Midlothian

78. Hurley, Megan Leesburg

79. Andrews, Carter Leigh Glen Allen

80. Falk, Katelyn Virginia Beach

81. Baker, Dominique McLean

82. Reskovac, Kaitlin Fairfax Station

83. Gordon, Katherine Winchester

84. Fuller, Marlecia McLean

85. Miller, Nicole Ashley Winchester

86. Herman, Ariel Williamsburg

87. Hooe, Ann Greer Richmond

88. Anderson, Jessica Lee Topping

89. Jackson, Keyshera Richmond

90. Dawson, Lucy Paeonian Springs

91. Franzyshen, Christina Richmond

92. Herrington, Shelley Blacksburg

93. Luke, Rachel Virginia Beach

94. Simerlein, Whitney Williamsburg

95. Donaldson, Katherine Newport News

96. Shelton, Carson Haymarket

97. Whitmore, Emily Midlothian

Girls’ 14 Singles

1. Hahn, Emily Richmond

2. Pariser, Sarah Alexandria

3. Meighan, Sonja Mc Lean

4. Ritter, Alexandra Virginia Bch

5. Goldberg, Lauren Norfolk

6. Vanderdys, Vanessa Chantilly

7. Rodgers, Amanda Middleburg

8. Haymans, Caroline Great Falls

9. Watson, Karling Virginia Bch

10. Huffman, Sylvia South Riding

11. Slattery, Maureen Newport News

12. Pahz, Abbie Midlothian

13. Abbott, Christine Midlothian

14. Napolitano, Meg Charlottesville

15. Pirasteh, Mina Warrenton

16. Stewart, Elizabeth Oakton

17. Pilkington, Brittany Virginia Beach

18. Travis, Isabel Manassas

19. Jensen, Robbi Martinsville

20. Tran, Victoria Annandale

21. Baer, Alexandra Virginia Beach

22. Min, Lara Roanoke

23. Stewart, Kelly Richmond

24. Weber, Elly Glen Allen

25. Macdisi, Natalie Virginia Beach

26. Erdenebat, Erdenesuren Arlington

27. Ewens, Mary Margaret Fairfax Station

28. Dewberry, Katie Vienna

29. Harris, Shelby Newport News

30. Maready, Amanda Powhatan

31. Barrow, Ashley Alexandria

32. Stone, Elizabeth Richmond

33. Sabol, Morgan Virginia Beach

34. Spencer, Claire Newport News

35. Carl, Emma Richmond

36. Awad, Jane Rima Mc Lean

37. Meng, Allie Vienna

38. Tata, Riley Virginia Bch

39. Crisostomo, Caroline Reston

40. Nolan, Jessie Winchester

41. Reskovac, Kaitlin Fairfax Station

42. Sarver, Victoria Bland

43. Hudson, Shannon Virginia Beach

44. Exum, Alexis Glen Allen

45. Hart, Riley Fairfax Station

46. Moses, Haley Richmond

47. Ndunda, Ndindi Burke

48. Brown, Tory Glen Allen

49. Gartsman, Maria Newport News

50. Houghton, Anna McLean

51. Nasta, Meghan Richmond

52. Zakaria, Monica Annandale

53. Randolph, Abigail Richmond

54. Randall, Marina Fairfax

55. Callo, Jaclyn Clifton

56. Clarke, Laney Virginia Beach

57. Brewer, Connor Richmond

58. O'neill, Sarah Richmond

59. Fuhr, Anna Richmond

60. Alabi, Monique Bristow

61. Gaffney, Elizabeth Keswick

62. Large, Olivia Virginia Beach

63. Moncure, Annie Fredericksburg

64. O'Neill, Tani Falls Church

65. Anderson, Erin Richmond

66. Clark, Kathryn Anne Oakton

67. McCormick, Sarah Grace Harrisonburg

68. Miller, Jessica Stuarts Draft

69. Baker, Dominique Mc Lean

70. Blucher, Lauren Glen Allen

71. Seidel, Rebecca Richmond

72. Smedberg, Allison Fairfax Station

73. Bishof, Katherine Great Falls

74. Klein, Alexis Danielle Oak Hill

75. Eldridge, Logan Ann Glen Allen

76. Castro, Michelle Leigh Oakton

77. Haase, Lena Yorktown

78. McQuade, Rorie Great Falls

79. Zhou, Stacey Reston

80. McCullough, Katherine Keswick

81. Malyarenko, Tonya Williamsburg

82. Meyers, Emily Roanoke

83. Christoforatos, Bailey Fredericksbrg

84. Moore, Montana Richmond

85. Parks, Melissa Mc Lean

86. Strande, Kira Reston

87. Sledd, Lauren Roanoke

88. Branche, Katherine McLean

89. Defreese, Danielle Lee Fredericksburg

90. Mason, Sarah Franklin

91. Wolfe, Sarah Winchester

92. Moon, Sydney Lynchburg

93. Mayall, Danielle Alexandria

94. De Groot, Kelly Richmond

95. Sanders, Rachel Virginia Beach

96. Radhi, Noura Gainesville

97. Brammer, Katie Lynchburg

98. Furst, Nicole Fairfax

99. Allin, Shannon Burke

100. Wright, Emily Richmond

101. Bokinsky, Ann Richmond

102. Culpepper, Anna Midlothian

103. Miller, Kelsey Midlothian

104. Mollers, Ariana Chantilly

105. Wingo, Brooke Great Falls

106. Leonarkis, Courtney Spotsylvania

107. Bell, Virginia Charlottesville

108. Sridhar, Ankita Richmond

109. Huizenga, Addie Richmond

110. Feierstein, Bianca Annandale

111. South, Alex Midlothian

112. Estes, Joann Norfolk

113. Barnes, Alexandra Midlothian

Girls’ 12 Singles

1. Hudson, Shannon Virginia Beach

2. Huffman, Sylvia South Riding

3. Stewart, Elizabeth Oakton

4. Carl, Emma L. Richmond

5. Large, Olivia S Virginia Beach

6. Fuhr, Anna I. Richmond

7. Brogan, Kait Virginia Beach

8. Castro, Michelle Oakton

9. Ndunda, Ndindi Burke

10. Stewart, Kelly Richmond

11. Awad, Jane McLean

12. Moore, Montana Richmond

13. Pahz, Abbie Midlothian

14. Pak, Karen Glen Allen

15. Baer, Alexandra Virginia Beach

16. Mosberg, Caroline Glen Allen

17. Moreno, Caroline Midlothian

18. Tulenko, Kassie Keswick

19. Houghton, Anna McLean

20. Brown, Tory Glen Allen

21. Brown, Lindsay Glen Allen

22. Policare, Amber Richmond

23. Chen, Megumi McLean

24. Pilkington, Brooke Virginia Beach

25. Moon, Sydney Lynchburg

26. Culibrk, Tamara Richmond

27. Nolan, Jessie Winchester

28. Kirkpatrick, Erin Virginia Beach

29. Crisostomo, Caroline Reston

30. Wilbanks, Margaret Norfolk

31. Blosser, Isabella McLean

32. Hart, Riley Fairfax Station

33. Pence, Emily Virginia Beach

34. Prins, Molly Springfield

35. Callo, Jaclyn Clifton

36. Clark, Julie Lynchburg

37. Harris, Christina Falls Church

38. Barker, Emma Roanoke

39. Creasy, Carson Lynchburg

40. Krykanov, Nicole Virginia Beach

41. Krisanda, Emily Oak Hill

42. Seidenberg, Haylee Richmond

43. Durmaz, Ceyda Roanoke

44. Roka, Jona Lorton

45. Barrow, Ashley Alexandria

46. Maready, Leah Powhatan

47. Beaulieu, Elizabeth Midlothian

48. Beaulieu, Katherine Midlothian

49. Kapsak, Becca Richmond

50. Zachem, Alexandra Arlington

51. Wilson, Kathleen Arlington

52. Volkova, Julia McLean

53. Brooks, Molly Charlottesville

54. Delp, Fallon Roanoke

55. Liu, Rena Oak Hill

56. Kukkala, Saadhana Glen Allen

57. Thomas, Krista Fairfax

58. Shankar, Keerthana Ashburn

59. Marquart, Danielle Virginia Bch

60. Breidenbaugh, Molly Mechanicsville

61. Williams, Annie Richmond

62. Christoforatos, Bailey Fredericksbrg

63. Williams, Emma Richmond

64. Breit, Georgia Virginia Bch

65. Bock, Kathryn Winchester

66. Beltran, Kendall Reston

67. Fields, Joyce Arlington

68. Clark, Morgan Roanoke

69. Collins, Amy North

70. Vo, Tammy McLean

71. Cole, Alexandra Falls Church

72. Olivarez, Victoria Virginia Beach

73. Lee, Jaclyn Virginia Beach

74. Sabol, Mackinley Virginia Beach

75. Howe, Nora Oakton

76. Whitten, Sarah Midlothian

77. Park, Sarah Midlothian

78. Collins, Alyson North

79. Yang, Morgan Springfield

80. O'Neill, Tani Falls Church

81. Whitlock, Ellie Ann Richmond

82. Thomas, Emily Martinsville

83. Bedi, Catherine Chesapeake

84. Bhargava, Varsha Fairfax

85. Kemp, Barrett Nicole Salem

86. Hsieh, Brittany Richmond

Girls’ 10 Singles

1. Pilkington, Brooke Virginia Beach

2. Pence, Emily Virginia Beach

3. Policare, Amber Richmond

4. Brodzik, Anna Richmond

5. Krykanov, Nicole Virginia Beach

6. Goodson, Sydney Great Falls

7. Moore, Montana Richmond

8. Roka, Jona Lorton

9. Ellick, Lilly Richmond

10. Delp, Fallon Roanoke

11. Yao, Sydney Alexandria

12. Zabrovskaya, Valentina Midlothian

13. Bedi, Claire Chesapeake

14. Wood, Hayley Alexandria

15. Paulose, Alicia Fredericksburg

16. Sabol, Mackinley Virginia Beach

17. Holland, Sarah Midlothian

2007 Junior Rankings

Girls’ 10 Singles (cont.)

18. Botha, Mari Ashburn

19. Hwang, Emily Centreville

20. O'Neil, Lauren Martinsville

21. Spiro, Maria Mechanicsville

Boys’ 16 Novice Singles

1. Levenson, Moss B. Richmond

2. Nichols, David F. Midlothian

2. James, Chris Midlothian

4. Ostapovicz, Nathaniel Vienna

5. Willett, Turner Richmond

5. Gandee, Cole Fairfax Station

7. Rohani-Shukla, Anush Richmond

8. Huizenga, Joshua Richmond

9. Eldridge, Chad Glen Allen

10. Owen, Stephen T. Charlottesville

10. Gallatin, Ji Arlington

10. Bernas, Taylor Johnston Chester

13. Guncheon, Norris Mechanicsville

13. Rieve, Christopher Fairfax

15. Ramthun, Mark Midlothian

Boys’ 14 Novice Singles

1. Martindale, Benjamin Arlington

2. Vines, Casey Lynchburg

3. Paul, Stephen Fairfax

4. Waters, Samuel Falls Church

5. Willett, Turner Richmond

6. Spiro, Jake Mechanicsville

7. Sanders, Bryan Moseley

7. Tomajczyk, Drew Chesterfield

7. Wiley, Cody Mechanicsville

10. Yowell, Logan Williamsburg

11. Bailey, Jordan Beaverdam

11. Zablotski, Arthur Lynchburg

13. Chaulklin, Joshua Mechanicsville

14. Wagnon, Kyle Virginia Beach

15. Cable, Michael Burke

15. La Magna, Jay Evington

17. Fletcher, Daniel Jonathan Falls Church

18. Paige, Mitchell James Lynchburg

19. Hallstrom, Joseph Lynchburg

20. Sanders, Drew Alexandria

20. Vaughan, Israel Caleb Glen Allen

20. Moore, Colin Campbell Midlothian

20. Rosenblum, Ben Great Falls


20. Campanale, Vincent McLean

25. Ostapovicz, Alexander Vienna

26. Kim, Edward Fairfax

27. Reynolds, Patrick Alexandria

27. Pearson, Michael Warrenton

Boys’ 12 Novice Singles

1. Becker, Marc Ashburn

1. Raphael, Kieran S. Midlothian

3. Hux, Dustin Midlothian

4. Dudley, Peter Charlottesville

5. Daly, Nickolas Lynchburg

6. Burleigh, Alexander Midlothian

7. Adamson, Samuel Charlottesville

7. Rosenblum, Brad Great Falls

9. Joun, Alex Roland Fairfax Station

10. Mason, Justin Falls Church

11. Baxter, Robby Midlothian

11. Adams, Alex Ashburn

13. Ostapovicz, Benjamin Vienna

14. Moran, Dylan J. Centreville

14. Barker, Drew Glen Allen

16. Creasy, Neal Lynchburg

17. Pearson, Thomas Warrenton

18. Smith, Jeffrey Fairfax

18. Bullock, Spenser Lorton

18. Allin, N. Grady Burke

18. Solomon, Matthew McLean

18. Weems, Jonathan Midlothian

23. Costello, Philip Virginia Beach

24. Pegram, Ross Midlothian

Boys’ 10 Novice Singles

1. Dudley, Peter Charlottesville

2. Brown, Grayson Glen Allen

3. Willett, Winston Richmond

4. Daly, Trenton Lynchburg

4. Steinour, Tate Midlothian

4. Hughes, Patrick Vienna

7. Tenenbaum, Jordan Alexandria

8. Rainger, Andrew Broad Run

9. Zhang, Brady Great Falls

10. Moon, Trey Lynchburg

11. Ebling, William Lynchburg

12. Shane, Zachary Falls Church

13. Rohani-Shukla, Cyrus Richmond

13. Betts, Mark McLean

13. Feigert, William McLean

16. Renteria, Dominik Springfield

16. Perry, George Burke

The Asian Festival Tennis Block Party held in Reston, VA, brought

out 350 players and 30,000 people attending the Asian Festival.

Girls' 16 Novice Singles

1. Maher, Clair Alexandria

2. Franzyshen, Christina Richmond

Girls' 14 Novice Singles

1. Allin, Shannon Burke

2. Eldridge, Logan Ann Glen Allen

3. Miller, Kelsey Midlothian

4. Borman, Joanna Falls Church

5. Mollers, Ariana Chantilly

6. Gartsman, Maria Newport News

7. Adamson, Virginia Charlottesville

8. Armstrong, Meredith Richmond

9. Feierstein, Bianca Annandale

10. Draheim, Emily Burke

11. Huizenga, Addie Richmond

12. Zhou, Stacey Reston

12. Defreese, Danielle Lee Fredericksburg

Girls' 12 Novice Singles

1. McDonald, Toni Richmond

2. Kapsak, Becca Richmond

3. Prins, Molly Springfield

4. Klein, Abigail Midlothian

5. Jennings, MacNair Richmond

6. Tenenbaum, Madison Alexandria

7. Beaulieu, Katherine Midlothian

8. Breidenbaugh, Molly Mechanicsville

9. Krykanov, Nicole Virginia Beach

10. Yang, Morgan Springfield

11. Ramthun, Laura Midlothian

12. Reid, Ellie Richmond

13. Maready, Leah Powhatan

14. Zhou, Stacey Reston

15. Thomas, Emily Martinsville

15. Beaulieu, Elizabeth Midlothian

Girls' 10 Novice Singles

1. Botha, Mari Ashburn

2. Krykanov, Nicole Virginia Beach

3. Reid, Susanne Richmond

4. Zabrovskaya, Valentina Midlothian

5. McCarty, Ara Richmond

6. Spiro, Maria Mechanicsville

USTA/Mid-Atlantic Multicultural Participation Art & Essay Contest

(3rd-8th Grades)

Art Contest:

Students can submit original 8 1/2” x 11” multicultural art work,

reflecting tennis diversity.

Essay contest:

Students may submit an essay of no more than 300 words on how playing or

watching tennis has been a positive influence in their lives.

Certificate & Prize awarded to first-place winner in each contest.

For more information, go to our website:

www.midatlantic.com and download the entry form.

Entry Deadline:

June 6, 2008


On behalf of the staff, elected officers

and the Board of Directors of the Washington

Tennis Association, I welcome

and invite you to come and play tennis in

Washington, DC.



Imagine hitting an overhead smash with the Washington Monument

in the background. We have senators, congressmen and top jurists

playing and enjoying the game of tennis right on our local courts.

Our league campaign is the most competitive in the section. Our

adult tournaments have grown to be the best in the area. Come see

our youth tournaments and enjoy our junior leagues.

This year our special events include the NBC 4 Your Health and

Fitness Exposition, and the Wimbledon on the Anacostia experience.

We also co-host the Les Halles Cup. That weekend event includes

closing part of Pennsylvania Avenue, putting up a net and playing

tennis in the middle of the most well-known street in America.

You won’t want to miss our Active Aces Super Seniors Tennis Club

event on Dec. 16 of this year. This gala features players competing up

into their ’80s. They prove that tennis is a lifetime sport. It will be the

hit of the holiday season.

As President of the Washington District, I offer everyone reading

this message a special invitation to get involved in the game. We are

growing the game and we need more volunteers at every level. If you

would like more information about signing up to help, contact me at

202-546-8525. I look forward to hearing from you.

Play tennis in Washington and enjoy the game.

Maurice A. Patterson


Junior Competition:

Kelly Jackson

Budget & Finance:

Maurice A. Patterson

Multicultural Participation:

Juan Gonzales

Adult League:

Steven Tolbert

Adult/Senior Tournament:

Gloria Bell


Kathy Williams


Maurice A. Patterson


Ruth Dupree

Volunteer Services:

Alice Lee

Community Grants:

Barbara White


Cynthia Davis

Special Populations:

Michael Taylor



Washington, DC, Elected Officers:

Maurice A. Patterson, President; Michelle

Grifka, First Vice President; Kelly Jackson,

Second Vice President; Willie

Graves, Treasurer; Sandra Diles, Secretary;

and Mark Chisholm, MAS Delegate.

(Above photo) NBC 4

Your Health and Fitness

Expo: DC volunteer

James Ridgley helps a

child volley at the DC

Convention Center,

where children are

taught tennis, among

other sports. The expo

emphasized sports,

health and fitness. (Right

photo) Kevin Alexander

helps the hand-eye coordination

of a future tennis


Maurice A. Patterson

2008 Events

Jan. 12-13: NBC 4 Your Health Expo

Jan. 12-March 29 Winter Mixed League

April 19 Spring Fling Season Kick-off

April 26-July 26 Adult League and Summer Mixed League

June 27 Wimbledon on the Anacostia

Aug. 9 The Les Halles Cup and

Tennis on Pennsylvania Ave.

Sept. 20 Season Close-Out Event

Oct. 18 Hart to Heart Celebrity Tennis Event

(SE Tennis Center)

Oct. 25 Washington Tennis Assoc. Annual Meeting

Dec. 16 Active Aces Super Seniors Tennis Club

Holiday Gala

Our monthly Board of Directors meetings are held the

third Tuesday of each month with the exception of December.


Final Rankings


Men’s Open Singles:

1. Rico Gore Washington, DC

Men’s 45 Singles:

1. Stefan Hagerup Washington, DC

2. Alex Kor Washington, DC

3. Brad Schiller Washington, DC

Women’s Open Singles:

1. Candace Cunningham Washington, DC


Boys’ 18 Singles:

1. Donny Hackett Washington, DC

Boys’ 16 Singles:

1. Harper Leahy Washington, DC

2. Daniel Long Washington, DC

3. Richard King Washington, DC

Boys’ 14 Singles:

1. Paul Webster Washington, DC

Boys’ 12 Singles:

1. Chad Price Washington, DC

Girls’ 14 Singles:

1. Monet Graves Washington, DC

The USTA/West Virginia District

enjoyed a banner year in

2007, energized by and directed

through wonderful co-operative

efforts of staff, board, and volun-


teers. The district grew in both organizational and individual

USTA memberships, along with such important USTA Programs

as Leagues and Junior Team Tennis.

Also, our District began an important diversity effort called

The Appalachian Youth Tennis & Education Program. This

socio-economic driven program, utilizing a Mid-Atlantic

Tennis and Education Foundation grant, along with private

donations, began in June. Currently, the program has provided

tennis training and equipment to more than 50 disadvantaged

children. Our 2007 year culminated with our annual

meeting at The Greenbrier where our leadership recapped the

year, applauded the team effort, and revealed the 2008 vision and plan.

The West Virginia District’s 2008 vision is “no child left behind.” The District is making

plans to bring a minimal level of tennis instruction to every child in our 35 counties’ publicschool

systems. It is incorporating teacher in-service, school assemblies, “on hands” physical-education

classes, and junior-team tennis into its plan.

The vehicle for much of this will be the USTA’s Quickstart Tennis. The district’s staff,

board, and volunteers and the WV Public Schools are joining hands to achieve tennis growth

and diversity inclusion.

While the district will place primary focus on Junior Team Tennis and the underlying programs

that lead to JTT, the District will maintain strong efforts to grow Adult Leagues and

Junior and Adult Competitive Tournaments.

The West Virginia District has worked diligently to reunite one of America’s famous resorts,

The Greenbrier and the USTA. After a 10-year absence, The Greenbrier is again a

USTA organizational member and a Mid-Atlantic Tournament site. Also, our newest indoor

facility, Ridgeview in Morgantown, is host to important Mid-Atlantic tournaments.

In conclusion, I would like to recognize the efforts of our staff under Executive Director

Alice Ann Kammer-Brady’s leadership. I would like to recognize the volunteers and members

in our programs for their participation. We, cumulatively and united, are the West Virginia


Steve Sarver



2007 Volunteers of the Year

Steve Sarver

Tournament of the Year: West Virginia District Tournament

Jefferson High School in Shenandoah Junction

Tournament Director of the Year: Glenn Edwards, Charles Town

Family of the Year: The Cliff Jones Family, Charles Town

Cliff & Becky and children Nathan, Jacob, and Jana.

Volunteer of the Year: Keith & Michelle Mumaw, Charles Town

Sportsmanship of the Year (Female): Brittany Moreland, Charles Town

Sportsmanship of the Year (Male): Doug Hornak, Morgantown

USTA/West Virginia


1336 Lebanon Street

Bluefield, WV 24701

Phone: 304-324-2838

Fax: 304-324-2839


Alice Ann


Executive Director

Matthew Sarver

Programs Director

Board of Directors

Dr. Randy Belt

MAS Delegate


Charles Roberts

Vice President

Steve Sarver





Legg Mason Tennis Classic Tournament officials honored West Virginia all-state

high-school tennis players: (L-R) Junior Chad Brady, the No. 1 player in West Virginia

for Division A-AA; senior Paige Belcher; and Brittany Moreland, who now

plays for Shepherd University.



May: Block Parties

May 8-10: High-School

State Tournament

June 20-21: Mixed

Leagues Championship

July 19-20: Adult

League Championship

July 19: Junior Team

Tennis Districts

July 25-27: Junior

District Championship

Aug. 23-24: Senior

League Championship

Nov. 8: Annual Meeting

& Luncheon at The

Greenbrier, White

Sulphur Springs, WV.

(Election of 2009-2010

District Officers & Mid-

Atlantic Board of Directors,

luncheon after 11

a.m. meeting.)

Appalachian Youth Tennis & Education

Foundation: At the Sarver Tennis Club, West

Virginia instructors taught tennis to 50 economically

disadvantaged children, ages 6-


The Appalachian Region of Southern West

Virginia is one of the most diverse areas in

the Mid-Atlantic Section.

Be a part of the U.S. Open

Donate to have your family name

at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Your 16-inch by 16-inch aluminum or bronze dedication

plaque will be near Arthur Ashe Stadium.


Budget & Audit:

Steve Sarver


Steve Munro

Adult/Senior Competition:

Joe Estanich

Multicultural Participation:

Sharon Belcher


Steve Sarver


Beverly Conley

Junior Competition:

Maria Arnold


Steve Sarver


Whitney Belt

Community Development:

Joe Prenelle


Paulette Umberger

Volunteer Services:

Alisa Tolliver


Brandyn Fisher

2007 Junior Rankings

Boys’ 18 Singles

1. Nathan Jones Charles Town

2. Doug Hornak Morgantown

3. Jacob Jones Charles Town

4. Alexander Azzo Bluefield

5. Greg Keiter Martinsburg

6. Eric Lyda Berkeley Springs

Boys’ 16 Singles

1. Mason Walling Hedgesville

2. Jacob Jones Charles Town

Boys’ 14 Singles

1. Micah Hornak Morgantown

2. Blake Pindell Charles Town

3. Rich Daniel Beckley

4. Alexander Estanich Bridgeport

Boys’ 12 Singles

1. Adam Crum Kearneysville

2. Todd Albaugh Camp Creek

3. Grant Davis Harpers Ferry

4. Austin Thomas Charles Town

5. Cullen Irving Charles Town

Boys’ 10 Singles

1. Carter Davis Harpers Ferry

2. Isaac Stolar Morgantown

3. Nathaniel English Bruceton Mills

Girls’ 18 Singles

1. Katelyn Mumaw Charles Town

2. Allison Arnold Morgantown

3. Christina Hammond Charles Town

4. Sarah White Bunker Hill

5. Stephanie Crum Kearneysville

Girls’ 16 Singles

1. Katelyn Mumaw Charles Town

2. Allison Arnold Morgantown

3. Stephanie Crum Kearneysville

4. Ashley Mason Berkeley Springs

5. Danielle Gabe Princeton

6. Caitlin Azzo Bluefield

Girls’ 14 Singles

1. Angela Pittinger Charles Town

2. Stephanie Arnold Morgantown

3. Jana Jones Charles Town

4. Danielle Gabe Princeton

5. Jenna Wilson-Ashby Charles Town

Girls’ 12 Singles

1. Stephanie Arnold Morgantown

2. Makenzie Stolar Morgantown

3. Kady Raines Bunker Hill

Girls’ 10 Singles

1. Liana English Bruceton Mills

2. Jessica Barr Summit Point

3. Janelle English Bruceton Mills

2007 WV Volunteer of the Year Glenn Edwards, the Jefferson Junior Tennis

Director, taught the summer tennis program to these children in Charles Town,



Richmond 4.5 Women Reach Finals

TUCSON, ARIZONA—The Richmond, Virginia

women’s team, representing the USTA Mid-

Atlantic Section, finished second at the Chrysler

USTA League 4.5 Adult National Championships

held Sept. 28-30 at the Randolph Tennis Center.

The Richmond team, representing Hermitage

Country Club, fell 5-0 to the Southern California

team in the championship match.

Earlier in the day, Richmond defeated Eastern 3-

2 in the semifinals with Stephanie Green winning

at No. 1 singles.

Susan Hanson and Laura Lafors at No. 2 doubles,

and Jill Campbell and Kimberly Harrington at

No. 3 doubles each squeaked out third-set tiebreakers.

They advanced this far by winning all three of

their matches on Friday and Saturday, defeating

teams from Intermountain, Pacific Northwest and

Middle States.

The team also went undefeated in league play

and at the Mid-Atlantic Sectional Championships.

Other team members are Kathy Girone, Lynn

Snead, Pamela Luse, Cathy Donnelly, and Tracey


Maryland 4.0 Men Place 3rd

Howard County 4.0 Men: The team was captained by

Steve McCoy and featured Norio Nishi, Jeffrey Britt,

Tim Whittier, Steve Dustin, Ben Sandler, Sean Chen,

Cristian Burkett, Rich Kent, Mark Salazar, Dan Morgan

and Cliff Bernstein.

TUCSON, ARIZONA—The Howard County, MD,

men’s team, representing the USTA Mid-Atlantic

Section, finished third at the Chrysler 4.0 USTA Adult

League National Championships held at the Randolph

Tennis Center.

The Maryland team defeated New England in the

third-place match, 3-2. Sean Chen at No. 1 singles,

Steve Dustin at No. 2 singles, and Jeffrey Britt and

Norio Nishi at No. 1 doubles won straight-set matches.

Earlier in the day, the team fell to Pacific Northwest

3-2 in the semifinals. The Mid-Atlantic team advanced

by going undefeated in its flight after beating

the Intermountain, Missouri Valley and Caribbean

teams contested Friday and Saturday.

Other team members are Michael O’Connell, Robert

Meloni, Frank Ziegler, Chetan Nayak, Christopher

Hilchey, Joseph Henriquez, and Richard Sieber.

Richmond 4.5 Women: (L-R) Joy Lareau, Susan Hanson, Laura Lafors,

Kimberly Harrington, Captain Alison Burleson, Margaret Crosby, Stephanie

Sowers, Stephanie Green, Jill Campbell, and Jennifer Scholtz.

DC 3.5 Women Earn 3rd Place

District of Columbia 3.5 Women: (L-R): Kimberly Redfearn, Deborah

Pugh, Michele Hamilton, Adrienne Leach, Stacian Gorden,

Flecia Colbert (Captain), Lucrecia Ledesma, Dao Phan-Vissering,

Micki Harris, Julia Goldberg, and Sharon Sabasteanski.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA—The Washington, D.C., 40-Love team, representing

the USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, finished third out of the nation’s

top 17 teams at the Chrysler 3.5 USTA League National Championships

held at the Darling Tennis Center.

The squad defeated an Albany, N.Y., team 5-0 in the third-place match.

Earlier in the day, an Indianapolis team topped the D.C. team 3-2 in the


The D.C. squad advanced this far by winning all four of their flight

matches, defeating Intermountain, Texas, New England, and Pacific Northwest

on Friday and Saturday.

After finishing third in its league, the team members improved throughout

the season, winning the Mid-Atlantic sectional championships with an

unblemished 3-0 record.

Other team members are Rebecca Walsh, Anne-Laure Attlan, Leah

Jamison, Allison Merritt, Eliza Green, and co-captain Candy Miles-



Richmond 5.0 Women: (L-R) Julie Ogborne, Kirsten Elim,

Martha Condyles, Allyson Brand, and Bridget Reichert.


Women’s National Championship finals, Mid-Atlantic fell to the eventual

national champions, Southern, 2-1, which it had beaten earlier in

the tournament at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Bridget Reichert

won at No. 1 singles in a third-set tiebreaker to lead the team to second

place out of the top 15 5.0-teams in the country.

In the semifinals, Mid-Atlantic beat Eastern 2-1 behind Reichert’s 6-

0, 6-0, victory over Margaret Bogumil, and Julie Ogborne and Kirsten

Elim’s 6-1, 6-3, win over Carolyn Schopp and Jennifer Schneider at

No. 1 doubles.

The Mid-Atlantic champions from Richmond topped all four teams in

its flight at nationals by defeating Southern, Intermountain, Texas, and

Northern California, while only losing two sets.

The Virginia team went undefeated in its league winning six straight.

Other team members are Martha Condyles, Allyson Brand, Ellen

Markowitz, Shannon Eckenrode, and Mary Davis.


Places 4th,

Falls to


4.0 Champs

TUCSON, ARIZONA —Baltimore County, MD placed fourth at the USTA 4.0 women’s team

nationals, winning its flight, before falling to Intermountain, the eventual national champions, 3-

2 in the semifinals.

The Mid-Atlantic team went undefeated in winning its national flight, upping its undefeated

string to 15, including a 12-0 league season. The squad fell to the Missouri Valley team (Kansas

City) 3-2 in the consolation match to finish fourth.

Team members are Elyse Jacob, Stephanie Mills, Colleen McMillan, Stephanie Ulrich,

Simone Cohen, Kristen Mahoney, Janet Herbert, Patty Faby, Pam Gillin, Jill Becker, Stacy

Fried, Dudley Mason, Karen Paterakis, Sheryl Stephenson, Leesa McShane, Cari Kramer,

Marcella Miller, Barbara Grochal, Rebecca Sirody, and Leslie Hoblitzell.



5.0 National Finalists

Baltimore County drops 3-2 heartbreaker to national champs.

Maryland national finalists: (Front, L-R) Eve Helmer, Captain

Justin Milne, Linda Deanto, Linda Wheeler, Audrey Damrongsri,

Jessica Chaney. (Back) Kris Mohlman, Devon

Humphries, Sean Chen, Debbie Humphries, Clint Lee, and

Franklin Chaney.

8.0 Mixed Finalists

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA—At the Chrysler 8.0 Adult

National Eastern Mixed Championships held at Sanlando Park, the

Howard County, MD, team, representing the USTA Mid Atlantic

Section, fell in the championship match to Southern 2-1 to finish

second out of 37 adult Eastern USTA section teams.

On the previous day, the Southern team defeated a team from

Caribbean in the semifinals, while the Mid-Atlantic team defeated a

team from Middle States in the semifinals. Both teams advanced to

the championship match by winning their round-robin flights contested

Friday and Saturday.

Eight USTA Sections participated in 2007 National Eastern

Mixed Doubles Championship, including Florida, Middle States,

New England, Eastern, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Caribbean, and


Other team members are Michael Machado, Thomas Hsieh, Luline

Almonacy, Leslie Ryder, Dejuan McLlwain, Sam Lieber, Greg

Rabinovich, and Edwin Tillman.

Maryland 7.0 Mixed Drops

Semifinal to Eventual Winners


Maryland team finished in the top four of 37

teams, falling to eventual champion Caribbean

2-1 in the semifinals at the Chrysler 7.0

National Eastern Mixed Doubles Championships

at Sanlando Park.

The Maryland team finished second in its

flight, beating Southern and Eastern 2-1 and

falling 2-1 to flight-winner Midwest.

In the flight matches, Beth Reynolds won

all three of her mixed doubles matches, teaming

with Ryan Nolan twice and Dan Berland


Other team members are Roger Henry, Edward

Timmes, Pat McGough, Debbie

Humphries, Charles White, Captain Dan Berland,

Kristine McGough, Jackson Tsai, Robin

Burton, Stephanie Zorn, Linda Deanto, Mike

Compofelice, Paul Pappas, Cass Pappas, and

Joanne Stofregen.


Montgomery County 9.0 Senior Mixed National Finalists: Francis

Kreysa, Debbie Cafferty, David Wendt, Heidi Clemmer, Bill Rublee, Sol

Lopez, and Captain Gary Lyst.

Maryland National Finalists

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL.—The Mid-Atlantic team from Montgomery

County, MD, finished second after falling to Southern

(Louisiana) 2-1 at the 9.0 Chrysler USTA National Eastern Senior

Mixed Doubles Championships held at Sanlando Park.

Captain Gary Lyst led the Mid-Atlantic champs by going undefeated

with a 2-0 record.

Maryland beat Florida and Southern (Mississippi) 2-1 before falling to

Louisiana’s Southern in a battle of unbeatens.

Other players are Francis Kreysa, Debbie Cafferty, David Wendt, Sol

Lopez, Susan Lyst, John Raaf, Patricia Stewart, Robert Finney, John

Reinhard, Suzanne Parrott, Heidi Clemmer, and Bill Rublee.

MD 3.5 Women Finish 3rd

National Standouts: (L-R) Jennefer Garcia, Terry Martin,

Marmar Naji, Denise Ferrenz, Captain Mark Wallendjack,

Emma Lee, Elizabeth Lynch, Terry Childs, Terri Fepelstein

and Toshiko Hino.

TUCSON, AZ—Led by Jennefer Garcia, who went

undefeated at districts, sectionals, and nationals, the

Bethesda women’s team finished third at the Chrysler

3.5 Senior USTA League National Championships.

The Mid-Atlantic champs lost a 2-1 match to the Midwest,

the eventual runners-up, in the semifinals 2-1.

Before that, it went unbeaten in its flight by beating

Florida 3-0, and the Missouri Valley and Pacific Northwest


Other players are Lauren Greenberger, Jan Brito, Fiona

Carson, Susan Neaman, Pam Barkley, Julie White, and

Jill Lucas.

Virginia 4.0 Men 4th

TUCSON, AZ—The Virginia

Beach men’s team, the USTA

Mid-Atlantic champs, finished

fourth at the Chrysler

4.0 USTA Senior League

National Championships held

at the Randolph Tennis Center.

Virginia dropped a 2-1 decision

to Southern, the eventual

runner-up, in the semifinals.

They dropped a 2-1 nailbiter

to Pacific Northwest in

the third-place match.

The Mid-Atlantic team

went unbeaten in its flight by

topping Southern Cal 2-1,

Intermountain 3-0, Hawaii 2-

1, and the Caribbean 3-0.

Other team members are

Toby Leffel and Phil Meadows.

Virginia Beach 2nd

3.5 Senior National Finalists: (L-R) Chuck Phillips, John

Demosthenes, James Laster, Captain Michael Aschkenas,

Robert Gompers, Ed Flanders, and Glenwood Morris.

The Virginia Beach men’s team, representing the USTA

Mid-Atlantic Section, finished second at the Chrysler 3.5

Senior USTA League National Championships.

Virginia’s John Demosthenes and Ed Flanders won in a

third-set tiebreaker at No. 2 doubles for the team’s only

victory against champion Northern California.

Earlier in the day, the Mid-Atlantic team defeated

Southwest 3-0 in the semifinals.

Despite falling to New England 2-1, the Mid-Atlantic

champs won its flight after both teams had identical 2-1


Virginia whipped Florida 3-0 and Pacific Northwest 3-


John Demosthenes and Ed Flanders went unbeaten in

all five of their matches.

National Semifinals: (Front, L-R) Richard Stevens

(Captain), Grey Folkes, Mike Sullivan, and Doug

Atkins. (Back) Roy Loehr, Robert Goode, Dave Cullen,

Marcus Crawford, and Robin Yost.

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6.0 Mixed Champions — D.C.: Back (L-

R): Daniel Stewart, Clifton Wynter, Ben

Cobb, Matthew Ganney, Dijbril Kamara,

Sterling Hughes, and Mike Chatman;

Front: Arial Pegues, Anita Bailey, Gina

Masterson, Marnitta King (Captain), and

Dion Williams; Not Pictured: Amanda

Smith and Sheila Hughes.

6.0 Mixed Finalists - Montgomery, MD:

(L-R) Cara Fulton, Denise Buch, Bart

Gowen, Len Deerkoski, Bob Medberry

(Captain), Jeff Santos, Michael Pierce,

Terri Barbee, Nicole Weiss, Esther Wang.

7.0 Mixed Champions - Howard, MD:

Back, L-R: Roger Henry, Edward Timmes,

Pat McGough, Debbie Humphries.

Middle Row: Charles White, Ryan Nolan,

Dan Berland (Captain), Kristine

Cheuvront, Jackson Tsai. Front: Beth

Reynolds, Robin Burton, Stephanie Zorn,

Linda Deanto, Mike Compofelice. Not

Pictured: Paul Pappas, Cass Pappas,

Joanne Stofregen.

7.0 Mixed Finalists - NOVA: Michelle

Stas, Katy Oliver, Lyn Young, Rod

Young, Micki Harris, Stephanie Anderson,

Charlie Tellis, Jonathan Kurtz. Not

Pictured: Kathy Paver (Captain), Rick

Johnson, Janette Johnson, Rum Keswani,

Mary Corbiere, Tami Savage,

Tim Sawyer, Lorraine Martin, Carlos

Miletti, Ron Phillips, Roger Ivy, Natalie

Rose, Stephanie Doublait.

8.0 Mixed Champions-Howard, MD:

Sean Chen, Franklin Chaney, Mike

Machado, Justin Milne (Co-Captain),

Eve Helmer, Debbie Humphries (Co-

Captain), Linda Wheeler, Devon

Humphries, Audrey Damrongsri. Not

pictured: Sam Lieber, Greg Rabinovich,

Dejuan McIlwain, Tee Tilman,

Kris Mohlman, Thomas Hsieh, Clint

Lee, Linda Deanto, Leslie Ryder, Luline


8.0 Mixed Finalists - NOVA: Ginger

Park Redman (Captain), Steve

Brockman, China Goody. Not Pictured:

Dan Federman, Steve Chen,

Tanya Scott, Matt Ryan, Heather

Hill, Kristen Powers, Kenny Kolstad.

9.0 Mixed Champions – D.C.:

Back: Gary Lyst, Stephen Chu,

Kathy Dowell, Kelley Regan,

Chris Stambaugh, Sivakumar

Subramanian. Front: Kelly

Stroble (Captain), Luis Rosado,

Kim Erickson, Connie Banovac,

Christina Shah. Not Pictured: Bill

Rublee, Tim Halter, Scott Eyler.

9.0 Mixed Finalists - NOVA:

Back: Tony Acosta (Captain),

Jennifer Blauw, Susan Hsieh,

Ramon Bernal, Terry Grim, Tuan

Pham. Front: Landon Schaffer.

Not Pictured: Paul Colangelo,

Chell Lamm.


2.5 Women’s Champions -

MD: Catrin Duncan, Elizabeth

Draughon, Gretchen Misner,

Julie Dixon, Jane Morris, Sharon

Veenstra , Norie Ben der

(Captain), Karen Anderson,

Patty Stevenson, Susan Wirth.



2.5 Women’s Finalists-VA: (L-R) Catherine

Dillard, Elizabeth Williams, Terry

Doherty (Captain), Cristina Whitaker,

Shalen Bradford. Not Pictured: April


3.0 Women’s Champions – VA: Nancy

Saeed, Wanda San Roman, Aloha Ley-

Bui, Sherry Bellamy, Quyen Phan, Diep

Truong, Susan Parkhurst, Blanca Zayas

Shuman, Nina Keller. Not Pictured: Tram

Rex, Dominique Phung (Captain), Kelly

Omohundro, Anne Le, Candy Friedlander,

Alison Pascale.

3.0 Women’s Finalists – MD: Back: Liz

Dahreddine, Margaret Rubino, Cara Fulton,

Paula Schumann, Robin Robinson,

Laurie Wrigley, Lisa Smith (Captain).

Front: Esther Wang, Mei Moy-Lui,

Brenda Manuel, Michele Archibald, Dora

Macia, Nancy Britt, Barbi Campbell. Not

Pictured: Teri Barbee, Nicole Weiss,

Diane Flood, Pam Howie.

3.5 Women’s Champions-DC: Back:

Adrienne Leach, Flecia Colbert

(Captain), Michelle Hamilton, Stacian

Gorden, Leah Bryant, Lucrecia Ledesma.

Front: Dao Phan-Vissering,

Anne-Laure Attlan, Deborah Pugh,

Kimberly Redfearn, Micki Harris,

Sharon Sabasteanski. Not Pictured:

Eliza Green, Allison Merritt, Rebecca

Walsh, Julia Goldberg.

3.5 Women’s Finalists—VA: Polly

Middleton (Captain), Val Duncan,

Christie Rebok, Rachel Small, Stacy

Novac, Karla Zedan, Cindy Redd. Not

Pictured: Sunghee Jenczewski,

Stephanie Thomas, Margie Eberling,

Donna Whitwell, Sharon Armand, Helena

Arens, Julie Harnish, Teresa


4.0 Women’s Champions – MD:

Karen Philippou, Janet Herbert, Colleen

McMillan, Patty Faby, Elyse

Jacob (Captain), Marcella Miller, Stacy

Fried, Kristen Mahoney, Cari Kramer,

Sheryl Stephenson, Simone Cohen,

Stephanie Ulrich. Not Pictured:

Stephanie Mills, Barbara Grochal,

Leesa McShane, Leslie Hoblitzell,

Dudley Mason, Pam Gillin, Rebecca


4.0 Women’s Finalists – VA:

Back: Holli Dilks, Amy Koontz,

Diane Thorne, Joanne Marshall,

Ronda Estridge. Front: Sarah Boyd,

Kathleen Hawkins, Mary Beth Edwards

(Captain), Julie Livingston.

Not Pictured: Erinn Burakow, Alison

Eaton, Leslie Norwalk, Wynn Cooper,

Leslie Richards, Jane Polk, Pia

Nierman, Yvonne Acosta, Missy


4.5 Women’s Champions – VA:

Laura LaFors, Jenny Scholtz, Jill

Campbell, Stephanie Sowers, Alison

Burleson (Captain), Maggie Crosby,

Kim Harrington, Joy LaReau, Cathy

Donnelly, Lynn Snead, Steph Green,

Susie Hanson. Not Pictured: Kathy

Girone, Pam Luse, Tracey Sheehan.

4.5 Women’s Finalists – VA: Back:

Mary Ann Wagner, Kathy Rigney,

Debbie Cafferty (Co-Captain), Tracy

Castleberry. Front: Connie Banovac,

Kelly Stroble, Dana Curtin, Claudia

Rohaly, Evonne Fei. Not Pictured:

Chandra Soucek, Del Owen, Hind

Debs, Nancy Colleton, Deborah

Jones, Colette Shepard, Heidi Clemmer,

Mary Magellan, Leslie Richards

(Co-Captain), Kathy Dowell, Lauren






2.5 Men’s Champions-MD: (L-R)

Chris Sotudeh, Mario Cristaldo, Steve

Karasik, Ted Salita, John Barnhard,

Ron Benton-Klein, Phil Morgan


2.5 Men’s Finalists – VA: Back: Byron

Divins, Nelson Adcock, Kurt Wetzler

and Dan Radack. Front: Michael Kay,

Rick Anderson and Eric Brass. Not

Pictured: Karen Anderson, (Captain),

Ryan Adcock, and David Ermini.

3.0 Men’s Champions – MD:

Back: Mark Geanacopoulos, Ram

Gowrisankaran, Don Park,

Vladislav Grinchenko, Vincent

Wong, Joshua Kossoy. Front:

Charlie Nee, Chris Jones, Joe Trepel,

Scott Schwartz, Clay Spann

(Captain), David Araojo. Not Pictured:

Steve Stelmach, Joe Cantlupe,

Manat Homtavil, Eugene


3.0 Men’s Finalists – VA: Back: Ron

Jessup, Gil Logan, Doug Morgan, Ashleigh

Moody. Front: Derek Hassell,

Willow Lau, John Bennett, Bob Styer

(Captain) Simeon Chestnut, Chris

Sampson. Not Pictured: Emmit Wright,

Josh Elder.

3.5 Men’s Champions – VA: Back:

Oscar Gonzales, Tom Herbert, Mike

Langager, Graham May, Jon Kurtz.

Front: Rod Buenaflor, Luis Castillo,

Patrick Escalambre, Jeri Noveras, Jose

Macaranas (Captain), Eric Escueta, BJ

Tirol. Not Pictured: Jason Gizzarelli,

Chuck Santiago, Art Franco, Henry

Garcia, Tim Costales, Jay Sanford,

Rafael Marshall, Rico Villaroman.

3.5 Men’s Finalists – VA: Quang

Nguyen (Captain), Nhat Nguyen,

Brian Truong, Trung Pham, Brian

Nguyen, Steve Nguyen, Tuan

Nguyen, Duy Vo, Tam Nguyen, Le

Pham, Man Nguyen, David Tran,

Phillip Hoang, Rao Tran, Hanh

Nguyen. Not Pictured: Hoa Do,

Tung Hunh, Thien Nguyen, Minh

Nguyen, Hung Nguyen.

4.0 Men’s Champions – MD: Michael

O’Connell, Ben Sandler, Frank Ziegler,

Jeff Britt, Dan Morgan, Norio Nishi, Steve

McCoy (Captain), Rich Kent, Cliff Bernstein,

Steve Dustin, Rob Meloni, Sean

Chen. Not Pictured: Cristian Burkett,

Chetan Nayak, Mark Salazar, Tim Whittier,

Chris Hilchey, Joseph Hemriquez.

4.0 Men’s Finalists – VA (Not Pictured):

Richard Stevens (Captain), John Cochrane,

Robert Goode, Grey Folkes, Jordan

Fanney, Mike Sullivan, Mike Pugh,

James Sim, Wayne Bergen, Toby Leffel,

Allan Parrott, John Venner, Greg

Goodall, Leonard Burns, William Haycox.

4.5 Men’s Champions - VA: Back: Brad

Burch, Gordon MacGill, Jim Hensley

(Captain), Drew Hendley, Robert Clarkson.

Front: Ricardo Ribera, Kosta Dombrovski,

Keith Adams.Not Pictured: Andy

Todd, Jimmy Cooke, George Barnes,

Simon Hall, Brian Pilgrim, Mike Barr,

Dwight Galbraith, Tom Hood.

4.5 Men’s Finalists – DC: Back: Morgan

Harris, Brandon Chisholm, Dele Young,

Kenny Day. Front: Mark Chisholm

(Captain), Samuel Hughes, Tommie Freeman,

Dejuan Mcllwain. Not Pictured: Andrew

Acquadro, John Olsen, Joe Weissfeld,

Mike Eady, Damon Cash.



5.0 Men’s Champions – MD: (L-R)

Dave Costello, Marc Schneebaum

(Captain), Gil Schuerholz, Isidore

Ifeanyi, Matt Bilger, Brain Phoebus,

Matt Lennox. Not Pictured: Dale

Cathell, Jamie Peterson.

5.0 Men’s Finalists – VA: Bartlo

Oosthuizen, Tom Ager, Scott Steinour,

Al Thomas, Matt Campbell



3.0 Senior Men’s Champions –

VA: Back: Tim Whited, Jim Palmer,

Jim Ferber, Chris Gooch. Front:

Bob Madel, Gary Rotfus, Terry

Browning (Captain), Joe Becka. Not

Pictured: Don Bennis.

3.0 Senior Men’s Finalists – MD: Alan

Bruzee, Bob Helms (Captain), Chuck

Kershaw, Wilson Bryan, Nabil Copty

(Co-Captain), Al McCoubrey, Bob Monsheimer,

Shelton Roberts, and Ron

Posner. Not Pictured: Jose Ayoroa,

Steve Brown, Malcolm Frazier.

3.5 Senior Men’s Champions – VA:

Back: Ed Flanders, Chuck Phillips, Bob

Gompers. Front: Glenwood Morris,

John Demosthenes, Mick Aschkenas

(Captain), James Laster.

3.5 Senior Men’s Finalists – MD:

Brian Sadur, Ivan Teelucksingh, Peter

Baum, Roger Bristol, Harold Schafke


4.0 Senior Men’s Champions – VA:

Back: Marcus Crawford, Robin Yost,

Toby Leffel. Front: Phil Meadows,

Ricky Stevens (Captain), Doug Atkins,

Mike Sullivan, Grey Folkes, Robert

Goode. Not Pictured: Dave Cullen, Roy


4.0 Senior Men’s Finalists – MD:

Back: Ben Sandler, Steve McCoy,

Dave Maskell. Front: Roger McCarra,

Norio Nishi, Ken Dauses (Captain).

Not Pictured: Rich Kent, Al Zanger,

Charlie Elek, Skip Seidel, Jimmy

Jeffers, Scott Coury.

4.5 Senior Men’s Champions –

MD: Back: Tad Stellmann, Rieck

Foelber, George Duncan. Front:

Tom Caldroney (Captain), Bennett

Sweren, Dennis Weikel, Brackie

Mitchell. Not Pictured: Barry Grube,

Tom Keigler, Eric Bass, Lee Gaines,

Steve Williams.

4.5 Senior Men’s Finalists – MD

(Not Pictured): John Raaf (Captain),

John Reinhard, Francis Kreysa,

David Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Ginnis,

Daniel Simos, David Vennell, Peter



3.0 Senior Women’s Champions –

MD: Back: Ruth Nolan, Jean Kranefeld,

Patti Carr. Front: Zelda Holcomb,

Mary Ellen Doyle, Carole

Shapiro, Kathy Gaudio, Ginny Rawley,

Wren Morgan (Captain), Patti

Carr. Not pictured: Mary Lynn






3.0 Senior Women’s Finalists –

VA: Back (L-R): Cindy Futrell, Cris

Cooper, Sue Flora, Lin Kautter,

Lisa Dunphy. Front: Vicki Collins,

Margaret Searcy (Caption), Sandy

Claxton, Jeanette McGraw.

3.5 Senior Women’s Champions

– MD: Toshiko Hino, Emma Lee,

Denise Ferrenz, Mark Wallendjack

(Captain), Jennefer Garcia, Terry

Martin, Elizabeth Lynch, Terri Fepelstein.

Not Pictured: Marmar


3.5 Senior Women’s Finalists -

VA: Back: Inge Trotter, Anne

Young, Leslie Shippee, Diane

Bates (Captain), Amy Siegel, Kate

Marosek, Elena Miagkov. Front:

Dionne McNamee, Paula Caswell,

Lynne Schwabe, Celeste Sidman.

Not Pictured: Lynn Harr, Kay Abel,

Carolyn Wilson, Jamet Brown,

Patricia Eu, Sherry Will, Barbara

Bifareti, Jackie Dolan, Karen Levin.

4.0 Senior Women’s Champions

– VA: Back: Karen Moore,

Kathy Courage, Grace Wright,

Diane Fisher, Connie Alig, Judy

Berman (Captain). Front: Connie

Owen, Cindy Hockman, Janet

Reid, Janis Prock. Not Pictured:

Carolyn Ware, Kathie Maugeri.

4.0 Senior Women’s Finalists –

VA (Not Pictured): Nancy Nance

(Captain), Janemason Ager,

Karen Zachary, Ella Johnson,

Lisa Cobb, Lee Moore, Sarah

Moses, Nancy Hayes, Jane Riddle,

Cynthia Riehm, Linda Wood,

and Julie Savino.

4.5 Senior Women’s Champions

– VA: Back: Alice Hume,

Kathy Wicks, Peggy Machoian,

Joan Oelschlager. Front: Vicki

Hutman, Sol Lopez, Lee Ingham

(Captain). Not Pictured: Linda


4.5 Senior Women’s Finalists - VA:

Back: Fran Randol, Beth Kendrick,

Clover Arthur-Ellis. Middle: Debby

Broadus, Lin Borcherding (Captain),

Roxana Schwenk. Front: Beverly

Vayhinger, Claudia Rohaly. Not Pictured:

Wynn Cooper, Leslie Richards,

Debbie Cafferty.


3.0 Super Senior Men’s Champions

– MD: Back: Bill Walsh,

Norman Palmer, Ed Hutchinson.

Front: Angelo Lopolito, Ted

Manescu (captain), Wayne

Schreiber. Not Pictured: Jim

Quinn, Steve Scollar, Ray Ela.

3.0 Super Senior Men’s Finalists

- MD: Back: Dave Thompson,

Bill Collins, Mike Berla (Co-

Captain), John Liu. Front: Karl

Boin, Chuck Semich, Pete Johnson,

Milt Kline (Co-Captain). Not

Pictured: Arthur Laupus (Co-

Captain), Gil Sward, Marty


3.5 Super Senior Men’s Champions

– MD: Back: Jim

Getschman, George Davis,

Chuck Morgan, Ven Haus. Front:

Steve Elliott, Ben Clark, Vick

Vilene, Bob Parker (Captain),

Steve Howell, Jim Strouse. Not

Pictured: Roger Bristol, Dennis

Kershner, Chet Vincentz.



3.5 Super Senior Men’s Finalists

- VA: Back (L-R): Bill Butler, Glen

Morris, Clay Richardson, Pete

Linzy. Front: Carroll Monger, Mike

Aschkenas (Captian), Jim Laster,

bob Gompers. Not Pictured: Fred


4.0 Super Senior Men’s Champions

– VA: Back: Rich Nelson

(Captain), Fred Wells, John

Wendell, Gail Graban. Front: Roy

Carrithers, Dan Sims, Gary Burger,

Fax McCandish.

4.0 Super Senior Men’s Finalists

– VA: Al Barr (Captain), Huseyin

Yaman, Dennis Clague, Chip

Schfield, Bernie Schwartz, Dick

Hadsell. Not Pictured: Oliver

Easterwood, Walter Kit.


3.0 Super Senior Women’s Champions

– VA: Back: Noreen McDonald,

Pat Benati, Trish Ward, Charlee

McLaughlin, Tippy Donovan, Milly

Wong. Front: Jean King, Elaine Dennison


3.0 Super Senior Women’s Finalists

-MD: Back: Rosemary Suckow,

Marianne Jacobs, Susan Martin, Barbara

Hovendon. Front: Luisa Hall

(Captain), Mano Kanagaratnum, Linda

Hinton, Raquel Cortez, Jacqui Blunck.

Not Pictured: May Chang, Leslie Jeweler.

3.5 Super Senior Women’s Champions

– VA: Back: Janet Gehman, Martha Jacobs,

Charlotee Damron (Captain),

Mickaella Balaban, Jane Hofferbert.

Front: Joyce Zwirschitz, June Sonosky,

Sharon Votava, Sandy Monger. Not Pictured:

Bette Estes, Renie Sparks.

3.5 Super Senior Women’s Finalists –

VA (Not Pictured): Betsy Goodreau

(Captain) , Doris Bradham, Anne Cross,

Agnes Hooper, Judith Matthews, Louise

Montgomery, Emily Morley, Brenda Morris,

Joyce Rowe, Jane Shives, Rickey

Thornton, Betsy Zehner.

4.0 Super Senior Women’s Champions

– VA: Back: Pam Leibfreid,

Mary Jackson, Lin Borcherding, Mary

Boswell, Judy Hasdell. Front: Stacy

Colby (Captain), Sandy Simmers,

Page Dimos. Not Pictured: Leslie

Richards, Peg Moyer, Joan Eliot,

Elaine Burden.

4.0 Super Senior Women’s Finalists

- VA: Shirley Johnson, Delores

Collins, Connie Owen, Diane Sturtevant.

Not Pictured: Fran Baker

(Captain), True Caprio, Chris Watt,

Helga Johnson.


6.0 Senior Mixed Champions – VA:

Back: Skip Redman, Tony Mazzaschi,

Will Creech, Bob Kerstein, Alex

Pilkins (Captain), Norris Middleton.

Front: Mazie Efinger, Marilyn Jordan,

Melinda Shayuth, Barb Sheard.





6.0 Senior Mixed Finalists - MD: Back (L-

R): Thomas Baldino, Michael McNees,

Damon Humphreys, Robert Johnson. Front:

Cynthia Smith-Seidel, Mary Troutman,

Robin Lancaster, Shanna Hayward, James

Dorf (Captain). Not Pictured: Sharon Philips,

David Restione.

7.0 Senior Mixed Champions – MD:

Back: John Lynam, Mary Anne Facciolo,

Judy Chatfield, Bill Ballwanz, Shanna Hayward,

Mille Schaefer, Carol Larned. Front:

Randall Scott, Joe Hayward, Julio

Espinoza. Not Pictured: Gail Zylberberg

(Captain), Jim Zylberberg, Stephanie

Fisher-Mills, Mary Carter.

7.0 Senior Mixed Finalists – MD (Not

pictured): Janet Kramer (Captain), Wall

Matthews, Donna Mrozinski, Debbie

Humphries, Linda Deanto, Kevin Hendon,

Gary Simpler, Jay Miller, Nancy Caplan,

John Lynam, Millie Schaefer, Elizabeth

Baker, Paul Desaulniers, David Procida.

8.0 Senior Mixed Champions – MD:

Back: Joe Beitz (Co-Captain), Tom Brady

(Co-Captain), Dave Barnes, Terri Mrozinski.

Front: Patti Hagemann, Steph

Almeida, Janet Kramer. Not Pictured:

Debbie Humphries, Pat Stewart, Walt


8.0 Senior Mixed Finalists - MD:

Back: Denny Broderick, Richard Fussell

(Captain), Larry Keeney, Jim Zylberberg,

Jim Hook, Sharon Tiahrt.

Front: Janet Kramer, Elyse Jacob

(Captain), Stephanie Ulrich.


6.0 Super Senior Mixed Champions

– VA: Back: Tom Lyckberg,

J o a n n a L y c k b e r g , C a r o l y n

Hammond, Larry Blair. Front: Wayne

Zajac (Captain), Trudy Veno.

6.0 Super Senior Mixed Finalists –

DC (Not Pictured): Raymond Johnson

(Captain), Harold Crawley,

Jesse Berry, Linda Milner, Eleanor

Futrell, Beulah Alexander, Clarence

Pearson, Darryl Price, Rubye Stevens,

Shelia Handy.


3.5 Super Duper Women Champions

– VA: Dottie Lawson, Inge Trotter,

Anita Murchie, Jackie Huddleston

(Captain), Sheila Zadd, Toots Hutman.

Not Pictured: Dunya Valenti.

3.5 Super Duper Women Finalists –

MD (Not Pictured): Nancy Berla

(Captain), Arleen McGreevy, Carol

Hilton, Tamara Coward, Alice Hamilton,

Dot Moore, Marian Krampf,

Peggy Gramm, Vera Rudegeair.


3.5 Super Duper Men’s Champions

– MD: Back: Fred Lane,

Chuck Schuler (Co-Captain), Jim

Kubofcik, Bob McNelis, Lou Leconte.

Front: Sam Werner, Stan

Taylor, Gerry Robinson. Not Pictured:

Mel Comet (Captain), Adrian

Sanchez, Vernon Broadwater.

3.5 Super Duper Men’s Finalists

- VA: Craig Zane, Chuck Marginot,

Rex Wade (Captain), Bob Barnard,

Norm Williams. Not Pictured: Bill

McCarthy, George Hobart.







Tennis Center of College Park,

College Park, MD - July 26 _ 27

ADULT: Huntington Park,

Newport News, VA - August 15-17


& SUPER SR. MIXED: Huntington Park,

Newport News, VA - Sept. 12-14


Sept. 26-28




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