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1 Year in Review

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3 President s Message The USTA/Midwest Section had a memorable year in Thanks to all of our USTA/Midwest Section members for helping us hit record membership levels - ending the year with 83,361 USTA Individual Members. In addition, Midwest ended the year with 1,206 USTA Organizational Members making us the No. 1 Section in the USTA for the second straight year. During 2008, our USTA Jr. Team Tennis program for 10-and-under youth was offered in 41 communities reaching 2,800 kids. Our Southeastern Michigan Tennis Association in Livonia, MI, received the USTA Recreation Coach Workshop Host Site Award. Midwest players achieved notable success on the court last year. In adult action, the 4.5 women from the Detroit, MI, area won the USTA League 4.5 Adult National Championships. On the junior side, a team from New Albany, OH, was crowned champions at the USTA Jr. Team Tennis National Championships in the 18-and-Under Advanced Division for the second consecutive time. May was again designated as Tennis Month. Tennis Block Parties held throughout the Midwest during May and June introduced new individuals to tennis, and returned the excitement of the game to others who had not participated in years. Additionally, our USTA Member Appreciation Days were again a hit at the professional tour events in Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Hundreds of members joined us for prizes, refreshments, and player appearances. At the end of the year, we enshrined Todd Martin of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (formerly Lansing, MI) Barbara Mueller of Oconomowoc, WI, and Alan Schwartz of Highland Park, IL, into our Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame. All three have distinguished themselves as tennis role models, both on and off the court. USTA/Midwest Section award winners included Leslie Varnado, Jr., of Pataskala, OH, Mel Bergman Award; Bill Van Lieshout Family of Oshkosh, WI, Family of the Year Award; and Oshkosh Community Tennis Association of Oshkosh, WI, the USTA Tennis NJTL Chapter of the Year Award. The Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation (MYTEF), the philanthropic arm of the Association, hosted its first Charity Gala in conjunction with the USTA/Midwest Section Annual Meeting last December. The Charity Gala netted over $100,000 with all proceeds benefiting the MYTEF whose mission is: to develop the life skills of youth through tennis and education. The future is bright as 2009 starts with a focus on format innovations and tennis program diversification. The USTA/Midwest Section will continue to rollout QuickStart Tennis as an innovative format for both juniors and adults. In addition, the Association will launch a new diversity effort with each staff member focused on diversity in their business goals. The Section will also continue to invest in new and existing markets to expand our membership base and participation, and to make our sport more relevant. Although we have high expectations for the upcoming year, we will also closely manage some challenges. Our primary source of revenue is provided from the US Open. Due to economic conditions and other changes related to the professional game, our funding outlook may be impacted. The USTA/Midwest Section has taken some action in this regard, and is studying other actions that can help us through this difficult situation. On the sportsmanship front, a working group has met and is implementing some initial changes to improve the overall spirit of respect, sportsmanship, and fair play. As I mentioned in my message last year in this publication, you play a key role in helping us grow the sport of tennis throughout the USTA/Midwest Section. First, consider yourself a salesperson for tennis. Second, tell your friends about junior team programs or organize a neighborhood event. Third, please recruit others to volunteer and give us their names, as we have volunteer opportunities of all types, many with minimum and flexible time commitments. Thank you for helping us grow tennis - the sport of a lifetime, Table of Contents Administration President s Message...3 Officers, Delegates-at-Large, and Past Presidents photos...4 Midwest Staff and District Contacts...5 Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation...6 Honors/Community Tennis/Other Spring Meeting/Award Winners...7 Annual Meeting/Midwest Hall of Fame...8 Diversity and Tennis on Tour...9 Wheelchair, Adaptive and Officiating...10 Adult Tennis Adult/Senior Women League Championships...12 Adult/Senior Men League Championships...13 Senior Mixed/Combo Doubles League Championships...14 Mixed Doubles, Super Senior League Championships...15 Collegiate Tennis...16 Intersectionals and Senior Team Championships...18 Adult Women and Men Section Rankings...19 Junior Tennis USTA Player Development...24 Junior Intersectional/Team Championships...25 Zone Team Championships...26 District Team Cup and Marian Wood Baird Cup...27 USTA Jr. Team Tennis...28 Schools and NJTL...29 Midwest Sportsmanship Winners...30 Junior Girls and Boys Section Rankings News Adult Ranking Requirements & Regulations...41 Junior Ranking Requirements & Regulations...42 Endorsement Procedure Grid...44 Midwest Tournament Regulations...45 Distribution of Year in Review The USTA/Midwest Section Year in Review is mailed free of charge on a request basis to USTA members who reside in the USTA/Midwest Section, and whose membership is current as of February 15. Correspondence, Advertising, Reproduction The Year in Review is a publication of the USTA/Midwest Section. All correspondence regarding editorial material should be directed to 1310 E. 96th Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN The USTA/Midwest Section grants permission to reprint any or all articles printed in this publication unless copyrighted by the United States Tennis Association or the USTA/Midwest Section or is reprinted from another publication. No photographs may be reproduced without written permission from the photographer. USTA/Midwest Section Founded: July 13, 1895 The USTA/Midwest Section is the second largest section of the United States Tennis Association, the National Governing Body for tennis in the U.S. The USTA/Midwest Section is composed of 14 Districts in the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, as well as designated counties in West Virginia and Kentucky. The USTA/Midwest Section was founded as the Western Tennis Association in Chicago, Il. Mission Statement The mission of the USTA/Midwest Section is to promote, develop and service the game of tennis. Doug Wenger w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 3

4 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Executive Committee/ Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation Board USTA/Midwest Section Board of Directors Standing (l-r): Stephen Butzlaff, Executive Vice President; Leslie Varnado, Jr., USTA Delegate; and Don Harris, Treasurer. Sitting (l-r): Violet Clark, Vice President; Doug Wenger, President; and Jonelle Smith, Vice President. Not pictured: Beverly Wentz, Secretary. USTA/Midwest Section Past Presidents A record number of esteemed former presidents attended the 2008 USTA/ Midwest Section Annual Meeting in Chicago, Il. Standing (l-r): Ron Brooks, Rick Ferman, Leslie Varnado, Jr., Ed Nussel and Dick Arnold. Sitting (l-r): Pat Freebody, Joe Grover, Laurie Covert, Jay Hacker and Barbara Lawrence. USTA/Midwest Section Delegates at Large Standing (l-r): Denny Schackter, John Wolk, Steve Hayden and Tom Gray. Sitting (l-r): Joy Albi, Jerri Banks and Ethel Parker. Not pictured: Elizabeth Barnhill. Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation Board of Directors Standing (l-r): Ron Brooks, Don Harris, Stephen Butzlaff, Leslie Varnado, Jr. and Dick Arnold. Sitting (l-r): Bobbie Farley, Laurie Covert, Doug Wenger, Violet Clark and Jonelle Smith. Not pictured: Barbara Wynne, Jay Hacker and Beverly Wentz. Western Tennis Association Past Presidents 1895 Victor Elting* 1896 Samuel S. Chase* 1906 James Gardner* Edwin Ashcraft* Everts Wrenn* 1914 Edwin M. Ashcraft, Jr.* L.H. Waidner* J.C. Stewart* Harry S. Walsh* Fred D. Burns* James H. Bishop* Gordon E. Small* Ralph W. Westcott* H.G. Petersen* Stanley McKie* Chester C. Johnson* Melvin Bergman* Walter T. Ritter* 1949 William Matson Tobin* Allen B. Stowe* Warren Wheary* Stanley W. Lewis* Carl M. Noble* 1958 Ralph E. Ellis* Thomas E. Price* Harold Tenney* 1963 Owen H. Wyandt* Stanley Malless Robert S. Malaga Richard F. Stonesifer* Joseph E. Carrico* Forrest A. Hainline, Jr.* Dr. James L. Gray* Rolla Anderson James McMackin, Jr.* David R. Markin Dr. Howard Z. Dredge* Ronald A. Brooks Marian Baird* Patricia J. Freebody Richard D. Ferman, Jr Richard Arnold Barbara Lawrence USTA/Midwest Section Past Presidents Edward Nussel Joe Grover Laurie Covert Scott Schultz Jay Hacker Leslie Varnado, Jr. * Deceased 4 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

5 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Staff and Districts Mark Saunders Executive Director ext. 222, Diane Ansay Director of Adult/Senior Tennis ext. 229, Andrea Calvert-Sanders Director of Junior Tennis ext. 228, Kathy Dalla Costa Director of Communications ext. 224, Dorian Dyson Director of Finance/Administration ext. 223, Jeff Giles Director of Community Tennis ext. 232, USTA/Midwest Section Staff John Kolner Director of Membership and Marketing ext. 233, Greg Boyd Junior Recreation and Teams Coordinator ext. 236, Chad Docktor USTA Junior Teams Coordinator ext. 231, Michael Puck Membership Coordinator ext. 240, Peg Hanna USTA League Coordinator Adult, Senior, Super Senior , Steve Wise Collegiate Coordinator, USTA League Coordinator Combo Doubles, Senior Mixed, Mixed and Tri-Level , Jennifer Conley Finance and Human Resources Coordinator ext. 226, Karen Sefton Staff Accountant ext. 235, Katy Waggoner Communications Coordinator ext. 239, Angela Harvey Administrative Assistant ext. 230, Mary Pat Kalbas Executive Administrative Assistant ext. 221, Matthew Smucker Tennis Service Representative Chicago , District Office Contacts Bret Schrama Tennis Service Representative Illinois , Sue Selke Tennis Service Representative Michigan , Jim Amick Tennis Service Representative Ohio , Erika Wentz Tennis Service Representative Wisconsin , CHICAGO President Paul MacDonald B: Executive Director Mark Przepiorski B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS President Kevin Hamilton B: Executive Director Patty Bramlet B: Website: Office Hours: Part-time NORTHEASTERN MICHIGAN President David Foster H: Executive Director Stephen Midcalf H: Website: Office Hours: Part-time WESTERN MICHIGAN President Chris Wilton B: Executive Director Paula Stephanic B: F: Website: Office Hours: Part-time NORTHEASTERN OHIO President Brian Banas H: Executive Director Carol Gander B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. OHIO VALLEY President Jim Hendrix B: Executive Director David Engle B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. MIDDLE ILLINOIS President Jim Davis H: Executive Director Vicki Schmidgall B: Website: Office Hours: Part-time CENTRAL INDIANA President Joe Kirsch H: Executive Director Sheila Schildbach B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. NORTHERN MICHIGAN President Ruth Smith H: Executive Director Margaret Ruemenapp B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. WISCONSIN President Lloyd Cook H: B: Executive Director Nancy Massart B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. NORTHERN ILLINOIS President Duffy Turner H: Executive Director Pam Delnagro B: F: Website: Office Hours: Part-time NORTHERN INDIANA President Jon Heiniger B: Executive Director Jeanne French B: F: Website: Office Hours: Part-time SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN President Kelley Hice B: Executive Director Zori Duda B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. NORTHWESTERN OHIO President Doug Reineke B: F: Executive Director Sheryl Birch B: F: Website: Office Hours: M-F 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. District Executive Directors Back row (l-r): Mark Przepiorski, Chicago; Sheryl Birch, Northwestern Ohio; Paula Stephanic, Western Michigan; Carol Gander, Northeastern Ohio; Sheila Schildbach, Central Indiana; and Dave Engle, Ohio Valley. Front row (l-r): Nancy Massart, Wisconsin; Patty Bramlet, Southern Illinois; Margaret Ruemenapp, Northern Michigan; Jeanne French, Northern Indiana; and Pam Delnagro, Northern Illinois. Not pictured: Stephen Midcalf, Northeastern Michigan; Zori Duda, Southeastern Michigan; and Vicki Schmidgall, Middle Illinois. District Presidents Back row (l-r): Kevin Hamilton, Southern Illinois; Jim Hendrix, Ohio Valley; Joe Kirsch, Central Indiana; Doug Reineke, Northwestern Ohio; Chris Wilton, Western Michigan; and Paul MacDonald, Chicago. Front row (l-r): Jon Heiniger, Northern Indiana; Kelley Hice, Southeastern Michigan; Ruth Smith, Northern Michigan; David Foster, Northeastern Michigan; and Brian Banas, Northeastern Ohio. Not pictured: Lloyd Cook, Wisconsin; Jim Davis, Middle Illinois; and Duffy Turner, Northern Illinois. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 5

6 Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation Introduces Youth to Tennis a Racquet at a Time Help us Continue Giving the Gift of Tennis INDIVIDUAL AND PROGRAM GRANTS The Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation: Provides grants to community-based youth tennis programs. Assists young players who have demonstrated talent through national or sectional rankings and are in need of financial support to compete at higher levels. Provides tennis camp scholarships or other financial assistance to young athletes in need. Supports the USTA/Midwest Section junior teams that represent the Section in national competitions. Subsidizes activities of the USTA/Midwest Section Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Assists schools in the USTA/Midwest Section in meeting equipment needs to provide students the opportunity to experience tennis as part of their physical education classes. TIM & TOM GULLIKSON AND RICK VAN HORN SCHOLARSHIPS The Tim & Tom Gullikson Scholarship was established by the MYTEF in January Each year a $2,500 scholarship will be presented to one female and one male junior tennis player from the USTA/Midwest Section. The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to those who have demonstrated financial need and have shown ability, aptitude and promise both as students and as tennis players. The Rick Van Horn Scholarship was established by the MYTEF in Each year, a $500 scholarship will be presented to one junior tennis player from the USTA/Midwest Section. The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to those with a passion to work in the tennis industry, have demonstrated financial need, and have shown ability and aptitude as students and as tennis players. Tennis can have a powerful impact on a child s life. This is why the USTA/Midwest Section established the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation in Its mission is to develop the life skills of youth through tennis and education. During 2008 our Foundation held its first annual Charity Gala which netted $100,000. A special thank you to all donors, contributors, and attendees for your role in making the inaugural event a smashing success. The money raised during the Charity Gala will allow us to provide more youth with grant and scholarship funding giving them the opportunity to develop their life skills through tennis. Through the generosity of our donors we were able to disperse nearly $82,000 in funds in 2008, supporting 28 individual players and 35 organizations with more than 5,000 young people participating in their programs. Thank you to those individuals who supported our 2008 Annual Campaign. Our Annual Campaign provides funding for grassroots tennis programs and junior players. The Foundation provides grants to tennis and education programs that assist disadvantaged children, scholarships for college educations, individual grants to high performance players, and opportunities for youth to attend camps and team events. To date, the MYTEF has provided approximately $278,750 to individuals and nearly $194,492 to local community programs. If you have not had an opportunity to donate to our Annual Campaign, please see the form below for your chance. On behalf of all children who benefit from the Foundation, thank you for your dedication and support of tennis. Sincerely, Leslie Varnado, Jr., President Applications and guidelines for individual and program grants, and application for the Gullikson and Van Horn Scholarships are available by visiting the USTA/Midwest Section website at or by calling the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation at Tim & Tom Gullikson USTA/ Midwest Section Scholarship recipient Jillian Cherniawski of Shelby Township, Mi Tim & Tom Gullikson USTA/ Midwest Section Scholarship recipient Andrew Jung of Battle Creek, Mi. General Level of Support $1,000 $500 $100 $50 Other Donor Information Name: Title: Company/Organization: Address: City: State: Zip: Telephone: Fax: Please make your checks payable to the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation or you may charge your: Visa/MC/Amex (please circle one): Exp: Signature: Date: Give the Gift of Tennis Your donation is 100% tax deductible. Don t forget about matching gifts! Please mail to: Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation 1310 E. 96 th Street, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN (Or fax to ) 6 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

7 2008 Spring Meeting and Award Winners The 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Spring Meeting was held from April in downtown Indianapolis. The weekend began on Friday, April 25 with USTA/Midwest Section President Doug Wenger welcoming the USTA/Midwest Section volunteers. USTA First Vice President Jon Vegosen addressed the attendees on Friday evening. Following his message, volunteers proceeded to the annual Kay Schubert Dessert and Cocktail reception FRANK DOWLING AWARD The Frank Dowling Award recognizes an individual who has displayed outstanding attributes as a tennis official in the USTA/Midwest Section for at least five years. On Saturday morning attendees were invited to attend a general session led by former USTA Director of Outreach & Advocacy Barry Ford. Then, the remainder of the morning and portion of the afternoon consisted of various Midwest committee meetings. The USTA/Midwest Section Spring Awards Luncheon was held that afternoon to honor very deserving individuals and organizations for their service to the Association. The weekend concluded on Saturday afternoon with the USTA/Midwest Section Executive Committee Meeting which included remarks from both USTA/Midwest Section President Doug Wenger and USTA/Midwest Section Executive Director Mark Saunders. The 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Spring Meeting is scheduled for April in Indianapolis, In STANLEY MALLESS AWARD The Stanley Malless Award is presented to a volunteer recognizing distinguished service in his or her district. The award especially honors the individual who has contributed to the development of tennis programs from the grass roots up for five years or more HELEN SHOCKLEY AWARD The Helen Shockley Award recognizes the outstanding 16 or 18-and-under age division female player from the USTA/Midwest Section for the highest standards of tennis accomplishments, character, conduct, sportsmanship, appearance and amateurism WALLACE R. HOLZMAN, SR. AWARD The Wallace R. Holzman, Sr., Award recognizes the outstanding 16 or 18-and-under age division male player from the USTA/Midwest Section for the highest standards of tennis accomplishments, character, conduct, sportsmanship, appearance and amateurism CAP LEIGHTON AWARD The Cap Leighton Award recognizes the tennis teaching professional who contributes to tennis in his or her community beyond his livelihood. This person gives freely in promoting involvement in tennis for players of all levels and ages, and assists in developing tennis programs and participation in these programs. Vickie Lampel Alpena, Michigan Elizabeth Epstein Chicago, Illinois Denis Bogatov Gurnee, Illinois Ed Amos Columbus, Ohio 2008 FRED BURNS AWARD The Fred Burns Award that recognizes the journalist, sportscaster, newspaper, radio, or television station, which has contributed the most toward promoting tennis on the local, district, or sectional level MEMBER ORGANIZATION AWARD The USTA/Midwest Section Member Organization of the Year Award is presented annually to a USTA member organization in the USTA/ Midwest Section in recognition of its service to the tennis community, service to its members through junior and adult programs and its history of providing those services COMMUNITY TENNIS ASSOCIATION AWARD The USTA/Midwest Section Community Tennis Association of the Year Award is presented to a CTA based on the following criteria: leadership, mission, strategic plan, organizational structure, program offerings and services, volunteers, partnerships and special recognition. Bruce Rayce Midland, Michigan Ada Herald Ada, Ohio Towpath Tennis Center Akron, Ohio Maywood Tennis Association Maywood, Illinois The USTA/Midwest Section presents several awards each year during its Spring Meeting and Annual Meeting. Anyone may submit a nomination, and forms along with award descriptions are available at usta.com. In addition to the preceding awards, the USTA/Midwest Section recognizes individuals who have volunteered for five, ten, 20 or 30 years of service at the section level. Congratulations to the following 2008 volunteer SERVICE AWARD winners: Five Year Mark Bey, Matt Buikema, Gary Ellis, Jim French, Ints Kaleps, Stan Shingles and Jeff Stassen Ten Year Gary Alexander, Mark Faber, David Morton and Doug Wenger Twenty Year John Boaz, Lynda Hinshaw, Jonelle Smith and Leslie Varnado, Jr. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 7

8 Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame Enshrinees and Award Winners United for Growth at the Annual Meeting The 115th USTA/Midwest Section Annual Meeting was held from December 5-7 in Chicago, Il. The 2008 Annual Meeting kicked off on Friday evening with a dinner, welcome address by USTA/Midwest Section President Doug Wenger, message from USTA Past President Jane Brown Grimes, and a one-point cash prize tournament. On Saturday morning all attendees were invited to a general session which included presentations by USTA Managing Director Recreational Tennis Scott Schultz on QuickStart Tennis and USTA/Midwest Section Nominating Committee Chairman Kathy Risacher on the nominating process. Following the morning presentation, attendees were encouraged to attend various USTA/Midwest Section Committee meetings including junior competition, officiating, leagues, junior recreation, diversity and inclusion, collegiate, adult competition and advocacy and grants. On Saturday evening, the USTA/Midwest Section honored Todd Martin of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl., (formerly of Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame Enshrinees and Award Winners Distinguished inductees Todd Martin of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl., (formerly of Lansing, Mi.), Barbara Mueller of Oconomowoc, Wi., and Alan Schwartz of Highland Park, Il., were enshrined into the USTA/Midwest Section Hall of Fame on December 6, 2008, in Chicago, Il. Todd Martin competed on the ATP Tour for 14 years. He reached a career high singles ranking of No. 4 in 1999, and career high doubles ranking of No. 30 in Martin captured eight singles titles and five doubles titles during his career. Martin competed as a member of the U.S. Davis Cup team every year Todd Martin between 1994 and 2002, and was a key member of the 1995 U.S. Davis Cup championship team. During his collegiate career, Martin won the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Indoor Singles title, and received ITA All-America honors in Martin was ranked No. 1 by the ITA during 1990, named the Big 10 Player of the Year in 1990, and the Midwest Regional Rookie Player of the Year in Off the tennis court, Martin has given back to the sport through various organizations. He co-founded the Todd Martin Development Fund in Lansing in 1994 with his longtime coach and mentor Rick Ferman and father Dale Martin. Barbara Mueller is an accomplished tennis player, and holds more than 55 USTA National Singles and Doubles championships. Mueller won seven consecutive USTA Women s 45 Grass Court Singles titles from She claimed the USTA National Women s 40 Grass Court Singles title five Barbara Mueller consecutive years. Mueller held the No. 1 International Tennis Federation (ITF) World Senior Women s Singles Ranking in 1994 and Mueller was a member of United States World Cup Teams from and She served as Women s Head Tennis Coach at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, from Mueller held the No. 1 Wisconsin Women s Singles ranking seven consecutive years, was ranked No. 1 in the USTA/ Midwest Section Women s Open Singles, and held USTA junior rankings. Mueller is an avid teacher for wheelchair tennis and delivering tennis to Native Americans. Lansing, Mi.), Barbara Mueller of Oconomowoc, Wi., and Alan Schwartz of Highland Park, Il., as they were inducted into the 2008 Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame. In addition, special presentations were made to our volunteer service recipients, Tennis Family of the Year winner, Mel Bergman recipient, and NJTL of the Year winner. Also, on Saturday evening, the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation held its first annual Charity Gala which netted $100,000. The money raised during the Charity Gala will allow the Foundation to provide more youth with grant and scholarship funding giving them the opportunity to develop their life skills through tennis. Then, on Sunday morning, the 115th Annual Meeting of the USTA/Midwest Section took place. In addition, the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation Annual Meeting and USTA/Midwest Section Executive Committee Meeting were also held. The 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Annual Meeting dates and location will be available soon. Alan Schwartz is a passionate 50- year volunteer for the sport of tennis, a dynamic leader, and tennis player. During his USTA presidency, Schwartz played a pivotal role in making the US Open Series a reality, hired the master planner for the USTA National Tennis Center, enhanced the USTA s financial stability, and developed positive Alan Schwartz relationships between the USTA and industry associations. Schwartz wrote the USTA s mission statement and coauthored the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP). Schwartz is a Board Member of the International Tennis Federation and the International Tennis Hall of Fame. His accolades include the following: International Tennis Hall of Fame Samuel Hardy Award in 2005; Tennis Industry 2003 Man of the Year; IHRSA Distinguished Service Award in 1987; and induction into the Club Industry Hall of Fame in A life-long tennis player, Schwartz has held national rankings as both a junior and senior player. He is a graduate of Yale University where he was captain of the tennis team. On December 6, the following individuals were presented USTA/Midwest Section awards: Leslie Varnado, Jr., Mel Bergman Award; the Bill Van Lieshout family, Family of the Year Award; and Oshkosh Tennis Association, USTA Tennis NJTL Chapter of the Year Award. George Acker Katrina Adams Rolla Anderson Dick Arnold Marian Baird George E. Barnes Jane Peaches Bartkowicz Melvin Bergman Colonel James H. Bishop Vic Braden Mary K. Browne Alvin W. Bunis Gene Buwick Joseph E. Carrico Bud Collins Kreigh Collins Chuck DeVoe Leslie Varnado, Jr. Leslie Varnado, Jr., of Pataskala, Oh., is President of the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation. At the Section level, Varnado is a Past President of the USTA/Midwest Section. He currently chairs the Association Advisors Committee. Varnado started as a volunteer in 1986 when he joined the Greater Columbus Tennis Association (GCTA) Board of Directors. He is a Past President of the GCTA, and is a recipient of the 2008 GCTA Achievement Award for his service to the organization. At the District level, Varnado served as President of the Ohio Valley Tennis Association (OVTA) from He chaired numerous District committees including Junior Ranking, Past Presidents and Grievance Committee. At the USTA level, Varnado has been a committee member of several committees. He has been a Vice Chair of the Constitution & Rules Committee, and is the current Vice Chair of the Section Delegates Committee. The Van Lieshout Family of Oshkosh, Wi., was presented the Wisconsin Tennis Association Family of the Year Award in Bill has coached the Oshkosh North High School tennis teams for more than 20 years. He recently spearheaded a tennis court construction project for the high school. Bill was named the 2006 Wisconsin High School Tennis Coach of the Year. Bill s wife Sandy has been actively involved with tennis in Oshkosh for many years. She has given tennis lessons, previously worked as an instructor at a local tennis club, and was the Oshkosh West High School girls tennis coach. Daughter Margie as well as sons Pete and Matt are also actively involved in tennis. As junior tennis players, both Margie and Pete were ranked in the top 10 in the Wisconsin Tennis Association. All three children played for the Oshkosh North High School tennis team. Margie and Pete also competed at the collegiate level at their respective universities. The Oshkosh Tennis Association in Oshkosh, Wi., has provided tennis instruction and programming to minority populations in addition to building park and recreation programs, USTA Jr. Team Tennis and QuickStart Tennis. The Oshkosh Tennis Association was started in 1993 to bridge the USTA/Midwest Section Hall of Fame Members Howard Dredge George Lott J. Howard Bumpy Frazer Barry MacKay Patricia Freebody Robert S. Malaga Paul Flory Stanley Malless Grant Golden David Markin Clark Graebner Todd Martin Seymour Greenberg Meredith McGrath Ann Grossman-Wunderlich Dan Miller Tim Gullikson Barbara Mueller Tom Gullikson Wes & Georgina Muthig Forrest Hainline, Jr. Frank Parker John F. Hennessey Mary Lou Piatek-Daniels Jean Hoxie Thomas E. Price Shirley Fry-Irvin John Powless Erick Iskersky Marty Riessen Andrea Jaeger Kay Schubert Aaron Krickstein Alan Schwartz Bill Van Lieshout Oshkosh Tennis Association gap between the Oshkosh Recreation Department tennis and club programs. Its mission is to offer a program in the parks that would be affordable to all, and offer a higher level of play than recreation department lessons. The Oshkosh Tennis Association runs a rookies tournament, USTA Jr. Team Tennis program, six-week summer instruction for middle and high school players ready for competitive play, and most recently formed a Board of Directors as it grows the tennis utilizing the QuickStart Tennis format. Helen Shockley James Stewart Allen B. Stowe William F. Talbert Gwyneth Thomas Tony Trabert L.H. Waidner MaliVai Washington Todd Witsken Barbara Wynne Come Visit Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame 1310 East 96th Street, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

9 Midwest Growing the Game through Diversity & Inclusion; Midwest s Tennis on Tour Program The USTA/Midwest Section Diversity & Inclusion Committee continues to experience success in its efforts to increase diversity participation throughout the section. Its mission and vision involves continuing to serve traditional minority committees as well as broaden the reach to other underserved communities across the Midwest. There are plenty of success stories and accomplishments to share from Coaches Workshop This annual workshop was attended by 50 coaches last April in Indianapolis, In. Classroom workshop topics included preparing players for college tennis and building character through tennis. On-court clinics were conducted on two tracks, one for recreational coaches and one for high performance coaches. The high performance on-court clinics included a QuickStart training. The annual Spring Meeting for the Midwestern Tennis Association Mid-TAC was again held on the last day of the workshop. Program and Individual Grants Diversity Program Grants were awarded to 22 programs which offered USTA Jr. Team Tennis (including those offering the QuickStart format) and USTA League programs. Also, 27 Diversity Individual Player Grants were awarded to various up and coming players between the ages of 10 and 14 years old. Junior Excellence Camp A record number 74 junior players from around the USTA/Midwest Section headed last fall to the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, In. Katrina Adams, former WTA tour player and Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame member, conducted a rigorous and fun Saturday junior excellence clinic. Volunteer and sports psychologist Dr. Stephanie Livingston of Chicago, Il., facilitated a dialogue with the parents on their role as tennis parents. On Sunday morning, a round robin team tournament was conducted with juniors implementing what they had learned during the camp Program Grant Recipients City of Evanston Evanston, IL Greater Chicago Chinese Tennis Association Vernon Hills, IL Midwestern Tennis Association Chicago, IL XS Tennis Chicago, IL Maywood Community Tennis Association Maywood, IL Decatur Park District Decatur, IL Evergreen Racquet Club Bloomington, IL Springfield Tennis Academy Springfield, IL Metro Area Toledo Tennis Association Toledo, OH Toledo Rocket Community Tennis Toledo, OH Ottawa Tennis Association Ottawa, IL Rockford East Rockford, IL Match Point Tennis & Fitness Griffith, IN South Bend Police Department South Bend, IN Marietta Area Community Tennis Association Marietta, OH Motor City Tennis Club Tennis Association Southfield, MI Northwest Detroit YWCA Redford, MI Effingham Park District Effingham, IL Fairfield Tennis Club Fairfield, IL Sheboygan Community Recreation Department Sheboygan, WI La Crosse Park & Recreation La Crosse, WI Parchment CTA Kalamazoo, MI Participants attending the Junior Excellence Camp Tennis on Tour Continues Introducing Sport to Communities Throughout Midwest The USTA/Midwest Section s Tennis on Tour program visited 18 different community events in 2008 reaching more than 2,300 participants with its on-court activities. Among the stops on the Tennis on Tour schedule, the program visited these events: Cincinnati Red s Opening Day Parade in April, Milwaukee s Summerfest in July, the National Cherry Festival in Traverse City, Mi., during July, and the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis, In., during August. The success of the USTA/Midwest Section s Tennis on Tour program is reliant on all the local volunteers in the communities hosting events. Tennis on Tour and the host facility where the event is held work closely to have a representative from a local program in attendance to make the connection to the local tennis programs. Tennis on Tour visited Summerfest in Milwaukee w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 9

10 Wheelchair and Adaptive Tennis Continue Growth; Officiating Opportunities USTA Wheelchair Tennis Wheelchair tennis continues to grow relative to the number of programs and individuals throughout the USTA/Midwest Section. The USTA Wheelchair Tennis program is one of the fastest growing and most challenging of all wheelchair sports. There are several divisions (Open, A, B, C, and D) that identify the levels of play in wheelchair tennis. The Seventh Annual USTA/Midwest Section Wheelchair Team Cup was hosted by Rush-Copley Healthplex in Aurora, Il., from October 31-November 2, The Midwest Team Cup drew players and teams from Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and northern Kentucky. The Midwest Team Cup uses a Davis Cup format that allows for team cheering and coaching. The Wheelchair division was comprised of four divisions Men, Women, Quadriplegic and Juniors. A team must field players in both singles and doubles in each of these divisions in order to gain points toward the Team Cup Championship. This format encourages teams to actively recruit a diverse group of players so that the sport will grow among all of the various populations. Wheelchair clinic participants and instructors with US paralympian Karin Korb in Indianapolis, In. Each year the Midwest Regional Wheelchair Championships take place in Zeeland, Mi. The 2008 championships took place during July, and more than 60 adult and junior players in all levels from around the United States and Canada participated in this summer event. Singles Champions Men s Open Singles: Round Robin was won by Paul Moran; Dan Bolhouse was the finalist Men s B Singles: Wesley Coffman d. Bryan Wilkinson Men s C Singles: Jason Miller d. Alec Tranel Women s Open Singles: Jocelyn Dettloff d. Jessica Sporte Quad Open Singles: Round Robin was won by Adrian Dieleman; Jason Miller was the finalist Junior Open/A Singles: Chris Melton d. Alec Tranel Doubles Champions Men s Wheelchair Open Doubles: Zachary Beaulieu-Paul Moran d. Curt Bender-Daniel Bolhouse Men s Wheelchair B Doubles: Round Robin was won by Wesley Coffman-Christopher Olbert; no finalist Men s Wheelchair C Doubles: Chris Melton-Jason Miller d. Anand Selvaraj-Alec Tranel In addition to the USTA/Midwest Section Wheelchair Team Cup Championships, other programs and tournaments are also increasing awareness and participation in wheelchair tennis. Tennis Officiating in the Midwest Each year, various clinics, trainings and tournaments provide USTA/ Midwest Section officials an opportunity to enhance their skills. There were 426 officials during 2008 who received certification in the USTA/ Midwest Section. National clinics were held in Chicago, Il., Indianapolis, In., Ann Arbor, Mi., and Cincinnati, Oh., to train Section Trainers. USTA/Midwest Section officials work at various professional tournaments, including the US Open, the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati, and the Indianapolis Tennis Championships in Indianapolis. They also work at USTA Circuit tournaments and at USTA/Midwest Section adult and junior championships. Wheelchair clinics, camps and workshops were held during the year in such locations as Indianapolis, In., Ft. Wayne, In., Cincinnati, Oh., Madison, Wi., and Milwaukee, Wi. For more information on wheelchair tennis please contact the USTA/ Midwest Section at USTA Adaptive Tennis This program recognizes four main categories of players with different abilities: developmentally disabled, physically disabled, consumers of mental health services and at-risk environmentally disabled. USTA Adaptive Tennis supports adaptive tennis programs, and provides resources for specifically tailored programs that provide fun, fitness and a positive social experience for participants. Programs were held last year in the USTA/Midwest Section in Homewood, Il., Naperville, Il., Normal, Il., Indianapolis, In., Grand Blanc, Mi., Rocky River, Oh., Madison, Wi., and Whitefish Bay, Wi. Midwest officials continued to receive on-court training through the various trainers at the local level. Those who wanted to work professional tournaments had the opportunity to learn line umpiring techniques at several events including: Midland, Mi., Champaign, Il., Rockford, Il., Peoria, Il., Decatur, Il., Cincinnati, Oh., and Kenosha, Wi. Bruce Rayce of Midland, Mi., received the 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Frank Dowling Award. The Frank Dowling Award recognizes an individual who has displayed outstanding attributes as a tennis official in the USTA/Midwest Section for at least five years. For information on becoming an official contact USTA/Midwest Section Officials Chairman Alan Steinhauser at , or via at 10 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

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12 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Champions Adult Women and Senior Women The 2008 USTA League presented by Chrysler USTA/Midwest Section Adult Championships took center court from August in Indianapolis, and the USTA/Midwest Section Senior Championships were held the following weekend from August in Indianapolis. Fifty-three adult teams and 37 senior teams competed in the championships. Congratulations to our 4.5 adult women from the Ann Arbor and Detroit, Mi., area who captured the USTA League presented by Chrysler National Championships title. Also, our 3.0 senior women from Rocky River, Oh., finished second at the national championships. OH 2.5 Women Maumee, OH Sitting (l-r): Susan Schmalzried, Laura Barned and Julie Olmstead. Standing (l-r): Stacey Kiel, Melissa Miller and Patty Mattas. Not pictured: Jen Hughes, Nada Lewis, Pat Burrington and Donna Stover. OH 5.0 Women Cincinnati, OH Standing (l-r): Bunnie Allare, Shari McCaw, Elizabeth Peyton, Courtney McDowell and Kathleen Mele. Not pictured: Dorianna Lofgren, Tanya Holland and Captain Brandi Schuermann. IL 3.0 Women Bannockburn, IL Sitting (l-r): Charlene Brennan, Deb Kunz, Lisa Aronson, Susan Ryan Kalina and Ellen Lee. Standing (l-r): Narissa Breger, Sheila Bondoc, Debbie Jaffe, Coach Todd Seltzer, Ruthann Gray, Ellen Kingsepp, Jamie Sylvin and Debra Coe. Not pictured: Michala O Brien, Lesa Vidovic and Barb Finter. OH 3.0 Sr. Women Rocky River, OH Standing (l-r): Patty Krivosh, Mary Beth Gifford, Kaatje Van Breda Kolff, Captain Kay Hinderliter, Bridget Kilbane, Sarah Cohan, Susan Olemacher, Linda Stekelenburg and Joan Hoty. IN 3.5 Women Ft. Wayne, IN Sitting (l-r): Kathy Lentz, Susan Goode, Captain Dawn White, Amy Ray and Pam Lunsford. Standing (l-r): Sabra McComb, Amy Gilbert, Val Chappel, Natalie Chapel and Truly Hamlin. Not pictured: Sushila Amin, Anne Heger and Nasreen Ahmed. MI 3.5 Sr. Women Rochester, MI Sitting (l-r): Jill Turnbull, Eileen Fisher, Captain Carla Jones, Linda Kern and Gail Early. Standing (l-r): Linda Bone, Paula Ziegler, Patti Vanslingerlandt and Lynn Cox. Not pictured: Gloria Bowman, Marcia Ramos and Nancy Almond. WI 4.0 Women Madison, WI Sitting (l-r): Gina Dahl, Debbie Keller, Kelly Lagman, Delight Oelerich and Eileen Goode. Standing (l-r): Suzanna Hogendorn, Carole Grunow, Rose Webber, Monique Scher, Lori Molitor, Linda Halsey and Stacy Legan. Not pictured: Jill Joyce, Ileana Alarcon, Melissa Odorzynski and Danielle Kamps. MI 4.5 Women Ann Arbor / Detroit, MI Sitting (l-r): Leigh Ann Salas, Ashley Moccia, Captain Lori Black, Michelle Moccia and Amanda Moccia. Standing (l-r): Tracy Bardallis, Marimar Alonso, Brittany Maxey, Betsy Capelli, Kathy VanDeWege and Linda Grosh. Not pictured: Amy Shepherd, Robbie Risdon and Amanda Chmielewski. 12 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com IN 4.0 Sr. Women Carmel, IN Sitting (l-r): Gwen VanMeter, Linda Wilhelm, Jenny Pearson, Barb Hassell and Laurie Lubs. Standing (l-r): Pam Biggerstaff, Teresa Keller, Barb Burgauer, Pam Williams, Ann Larman and Helen Moser Petersen. Not pictured: Pam Byard and Cathy Bryan. MI 4.5 Sr. Women Ann Arbor, MI Sitting (l-r): Pam Cabot, Marissa Pollick, Barb Lynch and Janet Palmer. Standing (l-r) Barbara Wasneski, Sheryl Leicher, Kathy Vandewege and Jolene Karls. Not pictured: Angela Bogan and Ann Holz.

13 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Champions Adult Men and Senior Men The 2008 USTA League presented by Chrysler USTA/Midwest Section Adult Championships took center court from August in Indianapolis, and the USTA/Midwest Section Senior Championships were held the following weekend from August in Indianapolis. Fifty-three adult teams and 37 senior teams competed in the championships. IN 3.0 Men Indianapolis, IN Sitting (l-r): Coach Prem Gupta, Captain Bill Bane, David Seitz, Jeff Yu and Al Gomez. Standing (l-r): Bob Lehman, Andrew Grosso, Mark Ulbrich, Scot Johnson, Ram Singh and William Varian. Not pictured: Dave Brokovich, Ron Ruff, Chris Irons, Jeff Rasley, Mike Bhatt and Steve Fowler. IL 3.5 Men Skokie, IL Sitting (l-r): Andrzej Harmata, John Casey, Captain Chris Springer, Randy Schumaker and Danny Postel. Standing (l-r): Kurtis Chan, Michael Cano, Edgor Raya, Mike Gorski, Nathan Britz, Jamie Gozy and Craig Hagerman. Not pictured: Roger Allen, John Govreau, Rick Aguayo, Eric Graybill, Paul Bossi, Chris Hayden, Gary Spangler, Jazz Burks and David Kerbow. MI 4.0 Men Clinton Township, MI Sitting (l-r): Kirk Kammer, Gireesh Velugubanti, Joe Pantaleo, George Lettie and Kevin Turnbull. Standing (l-r): Ryan Buck, Samit Shah and Leon Rivera. Not pictured: Bob Cupples, John Meier and Mike Silverstein. IL 4.5 Men Bloomington, IL Standing (l-r): Mike Morkin, Joe Totten, Co-Captain John Robertson, Jeff Elliot, Captain Matt Morkin, Roger Juers, Drue Anderson, Phil Rueter, Chad Moser, Mitch Turnbull and Chris Jetton. Not pictured: Jason Van Heuklon. WI 5.0 Men Milwaukee, WI Sitting (l-r): Scott Broady, Blake Wentz and Jim Slonac. Standing (l-r): Brian Mikkelson, David Slonac, Glen Slonac and Andy Paley. Not pictured: Captain Scott Ansay. OH 5.5 Men Rocky River, OH Captain Steve Kuri, Shaun Keenan, Greg Llewellyn, Phil Cooper and Jamie Kish. Congratulations to our 3.0 adult men from Indianapolis, In., and 4.5 senior men from Carmel, In., who finished second at the USTA League presented by Chrysler National Championships. Also, our 3.5 adult men from Skokie, Il., finished third, and 5.5 adult men from Cleveland, Oh., and Open adult men from Ann Arbor, Mi., finished fourth at the national championships. MI Open Men Ann Arbor, MI Standing (l-r): Michael Rubin, Bill Godfrey, Captain Dan Goldberg, Peter Pusztai, Brady Crosby and Jeff Keen. IL 3.0 Sr. Men Bloomington, IL Sitting (l-r): Paul Spitz, Bruce Unterman and Monty Holliday. Standing (l-r): Kent Jett, Steve Jetton and Bob Sear. Not pictured: Rick Martin, Greg Landstrum, Ron Bartlett and Barry Heying. IL 3.5 Sr. Men Countryside, IL Standing (l-r): Paul Kessenich, Art DiVito, Miroslaw Binecki, Juozas Simokaitis, Captain David Stanczak and Sam Valeo. Not pictured: Juozas Gurevicius and Leigh Condon. WI 4.0 Sr. Men Milwaukee, WI Sitting (l-r): Paul Hoff, Jay Moore, Marc Miller, Scott Harding and Gil Knutson. Standing (l-r): Jack Koehler, David Aversa, Scott Malmsten and Charles Waisbren. Not pictured: Andrew Bednall, Bob Laubenheimer, Dan Konrath and Maynard Freer. IN 4.5 Sr. Men Carmel, IN Standing (l-r): Steve Brock, Captain Dick McKenna, Stig Ljunggren, Court Jackson, Todd Biberdorf, John Pearson, Paul Cantrell, Chip Bondurant and Greg Griffey. Not pictured: Dave Hoegberg and Rick Scotten. photo not available w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 13

14 2007 USTA/Midwest Section Champions Senior Mixed and Combo Doubles The USTA/Midwest Section Senior Mixed and Combo Doubles Championship included 47 teams competing for titles from March in Ft. Wayne, In., and was the culmination for the 2007 USTA League season. Congratulations to all our winners, and thank you to every team which made this championship the best one. 5.5 Women Combo Doubles Bedford Heights, OH Sitting (l-r): Lisa Kunstler, Barbara Barker and Sharena Ali. Standing (l-r): Susan Burlage, Nadine Germany and Mary Jane Miller. Although the Combo Doubles champions do not advance past the section championships, our Senior Mixed winners competed in a National event held from November 21-23, 2008, in Orlando, Fl. Congratulations to our 7.0 team from Maumee, Oh., for taking second place. 6.5 Men Combo Doubles Rochester, MI Sitting (l-r): Adrian Purvis, David Stechow, Chris Bronzetti and Mark Hayes. Standing (l-r): Steve Szymanski, Andy Denny, Brian Blankenship and Jim Salk. 6.5 Women Combo Doubles Hanover Park, IL Sitting (l-r): Yuko Hatanaka, Captain Maria Lenz and Megumi Katsumiya. Standing (l-r): Kyoko Ishida, Hiromi Kikuchi, Myahtwe Murata, Joanne Rajchel and Yuko Ando. Not pictured: Kaori Arai, Patricia Behnke, Ayumi Yamamoto, Fumiyo Soejima, Rieko Ichinose and Maya Kabesita. 7.5 Men Combo Doubles Manitowoc, WI Sitting (l-r): Dave Gahagan, Chris Bickel and Captain Chris Kreuser. Standing (l-r): Eric Wengin, Steve Mirsherger and Scott Beyer. 7.5 Women Combo Doubles Ft. Wayne, IN Sitting (l-r): Elena Smyrniotis, Martha Zurcher, Natalie Neiswonger and Vicki Swanson. Standing (l-r): Lisa Sorg, Emily Palmer, Kathy Lentz, Sue Ekdahl and Diann Solloway. Not pictured: Jill Graber. 7.0 Senior Mixed Maumee, OH Sitting (l-r): Connie Rush, Captain Sharon Sheline and Mary Kay Whitner. Standing (l-r): Rich Spriggle, Mark Everhart, Kevin Dewitt and Sam Radel. 8.5 Women Combo Doubles Elmhurst, IL Sitting (l-r): Mary Loch, Kathleen Pudlo, Captain Janelle Lobmier and Kate Chovanec. Standing (l-r): Robin Kramer, Julie Roth, Jennie Roth, J.J. Amherdt, Gena Fite and Ann Pielet. Not pictured: Jennifer Howard, Nancy Laser, Connie Geocaris and Katie Longtin. 8.0 Senior Mixed Mentor, OH Sitting (l-r): Joe Morgan, Yvonne Allen, Janice O Connor, Marilyn Oliver and Rich Frey. Standing (l-r): Bob Walker, Jack Oliver, Captain Sharon Pusateri, Stephanie Lee and Bill Chapel. Not pictured: Rikki Blair, David Kucsma and Roger Bultman. 14 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

15 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Champions Mixed Doubles & Super Senior The 2008 USTA League presented by Chrysler USTA/Midwest Section Mixed Doubles Championship returned to Indianapolis from September The championships included 20 teams and approximately 200 players from five different states. Our winning teams competed at the USTA League Mixed Doubles Eastern Regional Championship in Orlando, Fl., last November. IL 6.0 Mixed Arlington Heights, IL Sitting (l-r): Susan March, Elaine Decho-Fishman, Kelly Burdsall and Dawn McMillin. Standing (l-r): Praveen Kumar, Nathan Britz, Jose Guevara, Michael Macella and Kamal Elkhadiri. WI 7.0 Mixed Neenah, WI Sitting (l-r): Scott Beyer, Choy Move and Chris Kreuser. Standing (l-r): Karen Meyer, Debbie Beyer, Michelle Vandenberg and Susan Kreuser. IL 8.0 Mixed Elmhurst, IL Sitting (l-r): Ann Pieleti, Veronica Lidral, Kathryn Wenzel, Gigi Owens, Mary Loch, Kathleen Pudlo, Jan Ellen Lobmier and Joyce Kim. Standing (l-r): Steve Frandsen, Paulo Goelzer, Robin Kiamco, Adam Camp, Andrew Suarez, Dave Stefan and Joe Costigan. MI 9.0 Mixed Grand Rapids, MI Sitting (l-r): Audrey Akland, Debbie Buchan and Alison Koopsen. Standing (l-r): Vamsi Surapaneni, Brian LaPorte, Mike Rose and Dave Buchan. The 2008 USTA League presented by Chrysler USTA/Midwest Section Super Senior Championship returned to Indianapolis from October 4-5. The championships included 24 teams and approximately 200 players from five different states. Good luck to our champions who will compete in a USTA League Super Senior National Championship this April in Surprise, Az. OH 6.0 Men North Ridgeville, OH Sitting (l-r): Frank Andorka, Captain Jim Krysiak and Carl Berger. Standing (l-r): Bill Kellner, Tom Hertrick, Len Kosatka, Jerry Buck and Joe Cellucci. Not pictured: Ed Stevens and John Ziska. IL 6.0 Women Bloomington, IL Sitting (l-r): Captain Vicki Freeman, Jane Cluver, Linda Messer and Cindy Hanson. Standing (l-r): Cheryl McCluskey, Cheryl Fulton, Mary Horeska and Karla Weldon. Not pictured: Sandy Groves. OH 7.0 Men Rocky River, OH Sitting (l-r): Captain John Clark, Ron Longoria, Lars Eriksson and Bob Barker. Standing (l-r): Michael Crider, Joe Pare, Pete Gallo, Dick Lancaster, Mack Thomas and John Witt. MI 8.0 Men Farmington Hills, MI Sitting (l-r): Tom Austin, Captain John Ryan, Tom Fisher and Jack Yeaton. Standing (l-r): Brian Geissller, Bob Hinshon, Jeff Peck, Jay Schwalm, Rich Monan and Craig Ellison. IN 7.0 Women Indianapolis, IN Sitting (l-r): Sally Zimny, Inge Bieck, Mo Lewis and Joan Ferguson. Standing (l-r): Jill Resley, Barb Wise, Captain Yas Matsumoto, Betts Cooper, Janie Malless and Dixie Covert. Not pictured: Meg Hazlett, Coach Prem Gupta, Coach Ginger Gilles and Sue Langston. OH 8.0 Women Bedford Heights, OH Sitting (l-r): Kathy Hudell, Sigrid Anderson, Nancy Gilbert and Lyn Weber. Standing (l-r): Mary Ann Hazle, Lynda Burke, Sandy Ketchem, Sue Wise and Katie Orr. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 15

16 Tennis on College Campus Program Provides Opportunities for Students to Play Tennis, Make Friends and Have Fun Tennis on College Campus Program The United States Tennis Association (USTA), Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) and the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) have developed a partnership to provide players of college age (or in the college environment) the opportunity to learn and play the sport of tennis. The advantages of learning and playing tennis as a college student are numerous. Thousands of students, teachers and staff have seized the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of this fun, healthy sport of a lifetime. Prior to reaching the USTA Campus Championship - Midwest, teams competed in a team collegiate conference league for non-varsity recreational play during the fall and spring semesters formed by the USTA/Midwest Section. These teams traveled to play matches at different colleges around the USTA/Midwest Section - a road trip redefined. Wilson Sporting Goods was a proud supporter of the league and championship, and Absopure Spring Water and Chiptole Mexican Grill were sponsors of the championship. The USTA/Midwest Section is available to provide the following resources to colleges implementing the Tennis on Campus program on their campuses: Training and materials for instructors/intramural directors; Program grants; Help with special events such as clinics, tournaments and new student orientations; Curriculum for beginning a college campus program; Provide formats for adult intramural play; Assistance in enhancing current campus tennis programming; Help with league and tournament formats for college campus; Assistance forming recognized University Tennis Sports Clubs and/or Community Tennis Associations. USTA/Midwest Section Tennis on Campus League During 2008, there were 36 colleges in the USTA/Midwest Section who participated in the conference league. This league takes place during the school year to promote intercollegiate play among non-varsity college students. Teams provide their schedules (usually weekends) to the commissioner and a schedule is arranged. Contact the USTA/Midwest Section Collegiate Coordinator at for more information. USTA Campus Championship - Midwest Congratulations to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for capturing its second straight USTA Campus Championship - Midwest title in Last year s exciting championship was held February at the University of Wisconsin s Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wi. Twenty-seven teams from 20 different universities across the Midwest made it to the cold, capital city for a lot of tennis and team camaraderie. The format for the championship included the World TeamTennis format. The University of Wisconsin s B team captured the title defeating Northwestern University in the finals. The University of Michigan s B team took home 3rd place beating the University of Illinois team. A special congratulations to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee team for being selected as the championship s sportsmanship award recipient. The top four teams and sportsmanship award winners received stipends to play at the USTA National Campus Championship from April 17-19, 2008, in Cary, NC. The USTA/Midwest Section was proud of its 11 teams competing in the USTA National Campus Championship champions - University of Wisconsin B team If you would like your college to participate in a future championship event, contact the USTA/Midwest Section Collegiate Coordinator at P.A.C.T. Preserving American College Tennis (P.A.C.T.) is the USTA Collegiate Committee s charge to keep varsity tennis alive in the United States. The USTA/Midwest Section 1830 Committee has adopted that same acronym, and work with the USTA P.A.C.T. initiative and colleges to help find solutions and alternatives to dropping a varsity tennis program. The USTA/Midwest Section has created an Advocacy Network for varsity tennis. A group of volunteers who are influential members of the local community and deeply committed to college tennis will be invited to serve as Section Advocates. The purpose of this network is to create synergy among Intercollegiate Tennis Association coaches, their local collegiate communities and the larger sectional community, and to serve as a resource in our ongoing effort to protect our collegiate tennis programs and promote the importance and growth of the collegiate game. 16 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

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18 Senior Team Championships and USTA Adult Intersectional Championships The USTA/Midwest Section annually sends teams to battle for titles at both the Men s and Women s USTA Intersectional Team Championships. The 2008 USTA National Women s Intersectional Team Championships took place from November in San Antonio, Tx. These Midwest players participated in the championships: Women s 35: Sheila Chiricosta, Avon Lake, Oh.; Dianne Fleming, Belpre, Oh.; B ann Gabelt, Madison, Wi.; Grace Hersh, Carpentersville, Il.; Lisa Lebold, Chicago, Il.; Stephanie Plautz, Big Bend, Wi., Sharon Ploor, Franklin, Wi. Women s 45: Sheila Chiricosta, Avon Lake, Oh.; Deborah Burgess, Franklin, Wi.; B ann Gabelt, Madison, Wi.; Patricia Hirsch, Novelty, Oh.; Deborah Rhodes, Shaker Heights, Oh. Women s 55: Elizabeth Barnhill, Madison, Wi.; Joyce Gaddis, Straughn, In.; B ann Gabelt, Madison, Wi.; Susy Tuthill, Burr Ridge, Il.; Lois Harris, Plano, Il.; Susie Witwer, Glenview, Il. The 2008 USTA National Men s Intersectional Team Championships was held from November in Arlington, Tx. Congratulations to our Men s 75 squad for finishing third in their age division. The following USTA/Midwest Section players competed: Men s 55: Captain Stephen Hayden, Beavercreek, Oh.; Scott Brown, St. Joseph, Mi.; Jim Nelson, Shreve, Oh.; Tim Sullivan, Ft. Wayne, In. Men s 65: Marv Cohen, Oak Park, Il.; Bobby Hampton, Chicago, Il.; Bill Lange, Evanston, Il.; Richard Sommer, Highland Park, Il.; Ron Tirapelli, Chicago, Il. Men s 75: Bernie Cross, Chicago, Il.; John Meggs, Chicago, Il. Individuals interested in representing the USTA/Midwest Section at either the 2009 USTA National Men s or Women s Intersectional Team Championships should request an application by submitting an to com. The dates and locations for the 2009 men s and women s events have yet to be determined. Women s 65: Cathy Kestle, Madison, Wi.; Mary Leyden, Orland Park, Il.; Bette Sacks, Palos Heights, Il.; Lyn Tietz, Oak Brook, Il.; Sharon Ploor, Franklin, Wi. Women s 75: Captain Janet French, Elmhurst, Il.; Joan Melahn, McHenry, Il.; Ann Munro, Ann Arbor, Mi. USTA Intersectional Team Championships General Information Intersectionals: The event is now counted as one of the required tournaments for a national ranking in the respective divisions (it will not replace the need to play the required USTA National Championships). Team Selection: Team and alternates will be selected by a USTA/Midwest Section Committee based on National, Sectional and District rankings; current year s tournament record; participation in the USTA/Midwest Section Senior Team Championships; USTA League history; and any other pertinent information. Cost: Expenses are the responsibility of the players. The USTA will provide courts, tennis balls, player banquet, welcome reception, player gift and awards USTA/Midwest Section Senior Team Championships The 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Senior Team Championships brought eight of the 14 Districts together to compete in Lansing, Mi., from May 16-18, Competition was held in the Women s 35, 45, 55, 60, 65, 70 and 75 divisions and in the Men s 35, 45, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75 and 80 divisions. Northeastern Ohio captured the team event scoring 374 district points. Southeastern Michigan took second place with 367 district points, and Central Indiana placed third with 314 points. A special thank you is extended to Wilson Sporting Goods, Inc., for its continued support of the event. Wilson supplied all the tennis balls, awards and prizes for the event. Thanks also to the USTA/Midwest Section for their support of this championship. Absopure water, a Midwest sponsor, was again a big hit with the players last year. The 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Senior Team Championships will be held again in Lansing, Mi., from May If you are interested in representing your District, please contact your District office for more details. Champions Northeastern Ohio Final District Winners 1. Northeastern Ohio Southeastern Michigan Central Indiana Ohio Valley Northern Illinois Chicago Northwestern Ohio Western Michigan 160 (Northern Michigan, Northeastern Michigan, Northern Indiana, Wisconsin, Middle Illinois and Southern Illinois did not compete.) Final Division Winners Women s 35 Southeastern Michigan Susan Keane/Eva Welsher Women s 45 Northeastern Ohio Traci Davis/Julie Mitchell Women s 55 Western Michigan Linda Spann/Sue Selke Women s 60 Southeastern Michigan Mary Roche/Jean Blievernicht Women s 65 Ohio Valley Carolyn Dishun/Lynne Wiley Women s 70 Southeastern Michigan Anne Spitz/Ann Munro Women s 75 Western Michigan Maggie Mossholder/Elaine Hatton Men s 35 Central Indiana John Moorin/Matt Schiller Men s 45 Northeastern Ohio Stuart Curtis/Robert Goldsmith Men s 55 Western Michigan Mike Zimmerman/Roger Taylor Men s 60 Northeastern Ohio Walt Peckinpaugh/Harold Jordan Men s 65 Northeastern Ohio John Erikson/David Dickenson Men s 70 Northeastern Ohio Jerry Leak/Robert Lowe Men s 75 Southeastern Michigan Jack Olds/George Grisdale Men s 80 Southeastern Michigan David Mitchell/Mario Trafeli 18 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

19 Official 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Adult Rankings Jason Stephens Mike Benson Sam Barnett Jens Bolleyer Brian Dean Brad Lynch Douglas Linden Michael Rose Men s Open Singles 1. Jason Stephens, Chicago, IL, Arthur Peller, Cincinnati, OH, Anthony D. Muston, Olney, IL, James McAvoy, Hinsdale, IL, Chris B. Deaton, Indianapolis, IN, Michael Dieciuc, Downers Grove, IL, Shawn J. Worth, Kettering, OH, Bryan Griffin, Upper Arlington, OH, Gregory R. Fallowfield, Indianapolis, IN, William Todd Davis, Indianapolis, IN, Raymond Vassas, Canton, OH, Rene Ronquillo, Chicago, IL, Beau Gutierrez, Flossmoor, IL, Douglas D. Matthews, Maineville, OH, Sam Barnett, Highland Park, IL, Imani Crushshon, Chicago, IL, Jarrod R. Goare, Columbus, OH, Kyle Gerber, Columbus, OH, Adam Morgan, Inverness, IL, Scott F. Kathary, Columbus, OH, Keith A. Ginnetti, Akron, OH, Mahesh R. Narayanaswamy, Milwaukee, WI, Jens Bolleyer, Elmhurst, IL, Roberto Cabrini, Fort Wayne, IN, Sean O. Ragee-Nelson, Decatur, IL, Ernesto Jesus Matos, Kalamazoo, MI, Andrew Losinske, Columbus, OH, James G. Daly, Akron, OH, Matthew Ship, Glendale, WI, C. J. Griffin, Portland, MI, Bryce L. Warren, Westerville, OH, Selles G. Morris, Chicago, IL, John P. Neville, Bloomfield, MI, Brian Mogus, Canton, OH, Nehal Modi, Chicago, IL, Eddie D. Co, Greendale, WI, Tyler Cempre, Worthington, OH, Will F. Colmar, Chicago, IL, Daniel M. Sternfield, Chicago, IL, Wesley C. Brown, Ripon, WI, Daniel Brown, Plainfield, IL, Jose Fernando Dasilva, Chicago, IL, Steve P. Demaagd, Grandville, MI, Nicholas Buckley, Mequon, WI, Michael Rose, ADA, MI, Runeld L. Williams, Chicago, IL, Ravi Malhotra, Hinsdale, IL, Sean Cahill, Chicago, IL, Ryan Hamning, Middletown, OH, Kalyan Jupalli, East Lansing, MI, Mariano Suarez, Chicago, IL, Francisco Ortenblad Sigaud, Fort Wayne, IN, Michael K. Rose, Ecorse, MI, James Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, Carl Aaron Grant, Chicago, IL, Jack Swan, Milwaukee, WI, Drew B. Lied, Brookfield, WI, Tuan-Anh Tran, Caledonia, MI, Joseph Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, Davis A. Moore, West Chicago, IL, Ben Hodgkiss-Lilly, Cleveland, OH, Kyle D. Tomaska, Palatine, IL, Mark Muskievicz, Homewood, IL, Atsushi Matsui, Roselle, IL, Dave Douglass, Park Ridge, IL, Gabe Higgs-Horwell, Columbus, OH, Matt Hanauer, Fort Wayne, IN, Lawrence Carpio, Naperville, IL, Jason L. Homorody, Lewis Center, OH, Benjamin C. Miller, Carmel, IN, J. Patrick. Boyd, Granville, OH, A.J. Nelson, Shreve, OH, Mike A. Wojnarowski, Oak Lawn, IL, Kevin L. Metka, Worthington, OH, Eric S. Bodge, Washington, WV, Michael P. Kathary, Columbus, OH, Kenneth J. Ore, Chicago, IL, Marcel Matthews, Columbus, OH, Jacob M. Parrish, Wheaton, IL, Gregory P. Isermann, Madison, WI, Charles Hodge, Pickerington, OH, Jon Esber, Canton, OH, Tommy Marx, Shaker Heights, OH, Matthew McErlean, Hudson, OH, Piotr Wrzesniewski, Franklin Park, IL, Matthew R. Devlieger, Grand Rapids, MI, Robert Korsch, Franklin Park, IL, Andy P. Jackson, Dayton, OH, Tyler Johnson, West Bend, WI, Alexander McCann, Zanesville, OH, Ryan Dunn, Fond du Lac, WI, Gregory H. Woyczynski, Shaker Hts, OH, Marc Veverka, Lisle, IL, Chris Atallah, Farmington Hls, MI, Myles T. Harris, Columbus, OH, Sean Carr, Columbus, OH, Adam Lowell Benjamin, West Bend, WI, Andy Lai, Chicago, IL, Steven Austin Wilkes, Lynx, OH, David S. Dolins, Northbrook, IL, Lance K. Gorman, Aurora, IL, Robert J. Downey, West Bend, WI, Rohan Patel, Cincinnati, OH, Ryan Rauck, Columbus, OH, Skyler S. Engel, New Albany, OH, John Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, Nathan Hobrath, Strongsville, OH, Paul Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, Jake Allmaras, Powell, OH, William Moy, Tinley Park, IL, Chris Norback, Chicago, IL, Brian Osterberg Jay Osterberg, Petoskey, MI, Nathan Patrick Taylor, Downers Grove, IL, Jared Cromas, Naperville, IL, Frank J. Lukes, Park Ridge, IL, Khang H. Thai, Columbus, OH, Dominic Ozanne, Pepper Pike, OH, Joey A. Frank, Gahanna, OH, Justin A. Sauerbrey, Marshall, MI, James Leto, Downers Grove, IL, Patrick Hamning, Middletown, OH, Wilson Aihara, Streamwood, IL, 6 Men s Open Doubles 1. Sam Barnett/Michael W. Benson, Christopher Knowles/Robert V. Knox, Adam C. Ford/Michael Rose, Michael J. O Connell/Ty Schaub, Beau Gutierrez/Nathan Patrick Taylor, Tony J. Teufel/Shawn J. Worth, Scott F. Kathary/Michael P. Kathary, Douglas Linden/Brad Lynch, James G. Daly/Ryan Hamning, Chris B. Deaton/Gregory R. Fallowfield, Joseph Van Deinse/James Van Deinse, Bryan Griffin/Andrew Losinske, Greg Free/Jamie Marksberry, Matt K. Poulos/Scott Wiles, Gabe Higgs-Horwell/Kevin L. Metka, Aaron Hendrick/Aaron K. Mayes, Lee J. Busse/Christopher R. Kalk, Jeffrey R. Aranda/Alex Mattson, Bryan Heft/Ben Hodgkiss-Lilly, Keith A. Ginnetti/Raymond Vassas, Justin A. Sauerbrey/Tyler E. Sauerbrey, Eric S. Bodge/Eric S. Politz, Steven Baer/David Migdal, Mark M. Motta/Phillip A. Rehg, Tyler Cempre/Matthew McErlean, Michael F. Jones/Richard D. Jordan, Tyler Cempre/Nathan Hobrath, Charles Hodge/Saumil S. Modi, Jon Esber/Brian Mogus, Beau Gutierrez/Max A. Willer, 12 Men s Open Individual Doubles 1. Michael W. Benson, Long Grove, IL, Sam Barnett, Highland Park, IL, Christopher Knowles, Chicago, IL, Robert V. Knox, Flossmoor, IL, Arthur Peller, Cincinnati, OH, Michael Rose, ADA, MI, Adam C. Ford, Byron Center, MI, Beau Gutierrez, Flossmoor, IL, Ty Schaub, Lexington, OH, Michael J. O Connell, Holland, OH, Tony J. Teufel, Cincinnati, OH, Nathan Patrick Taylor, Downers Grove, IL, Eric S. Bodge, Washington, WV, Chris B. Deaton, Indianapolis, IN, Greg Free, New Albany, OH, Max A. Willer, Homewood, IL, Ernesto Jesus Matos, Kalamazoo, MI, Ben Hodgkiss-Lilly, Cleveland, OH, Nicholas Buckley, Mequon, WI, Slavko Radman, Burbank, IL, Shawn J. Worth, Kettering, OH, Scott F. Kathary, Columbus, OH, Michael P. Kathary, Columbus, OH, Brad Lynch, Sandusky, OH, Douglas Linden, Sandusky, OH, Jack Swan, Milwaukee, WI, Ryan Hamning, Middletown, OH, James G. Daly, Akron, OH, Gregory R. Fallowfield, Indianapolis, IN, James Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, Joseph Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, Jamie Marksberry, Hilliard, OH, Andrew Losinske, Columbus, OH, Bryan Griffin, Upper Arlington, OH, Tyler Cempre, Worthington, OH, Matt K. Poulos, Florence, KY, Scott Wiles, Canton, OH, Gabe Higgs-Horwell, Columbus, OH, Kevin L. Metka, Worthington, OH, Jon Esber, Canton, OH, Christopher R. Kalk, Appleton, WI, Aaron Hendrick, Grand Rapids, MI, Alex Mattson, Mequon, WI, Matthew C. Rutherford, Columbus, OH, Aaron K. Mayes, Elk Rapids, MI, Jeffrey R. Aranda, Fox Point, WI, Lee J. Busse, Neenah, WI, Bryan Heft, Dublin, OH, Keith A. Ginnetti, Akron, OH, Raymond Vassas, Canton, OH, Steve P. Demaagd, Grandville, MI, Ian C. Wagner, Columbus, OH, Brian Mogus, Canton, OH, Richard D. Jordan, Columbus, OH, Dominic Ozanne, Pepper Pike, OH, Gregory P. Isermann, Madison, WI, J. Patrick. Boyd, Granville, OH, Justin A. Sauerbrey, Marshall, MI, Kyle R. Revall, Big Rapids, MI, Tyler E. Sauerbrey, Marshall, MI, David Migdal, Chicago, IL, Eric S. Politz, Parkersburg, WV, 65 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 19

20 Official 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Adult Rankings Paul Cantrell Gary Underwood Michael Jones Bob Liebman James Oppenlander Mats Ljungman Philip Landauer James Hamilton Robert Zumph Steven Baer, Chicago, IL, Ira D. Meiling, Wauwatosa, WI, Drew Oppenlander, Lewis Center, OH, Casey Cempre, Worthington, OH, James Oppenlander, Lewis Center, OH, Matthew McErlean, Hudson, OH, Anthony Susi, Columbus, OH, Saumil S. Modi, Pickerington, OH, Charles Hodge, Pickerington, OH, Phillip A. Rehg, Dayton, OH, 50 Douglas Linden 73. Nathan Hobrath, Strongsville, OH, Mark M. Motta, Fairborn, OH, Michael F. Jones, Westerville, OH, Tuan-Anh Tran, Caledonia, MI, William Todd Davis, Indianapolis, IN, 12 Men s 30 Singles 1. Jens Bolleyer, Elmhurst, IL, 500, 3/27/ Matt K. Poulos, Florence, KY, 250, 3/18/ Blake E. Wentz, Glendale, WI, 190, 10/19/ Shawn J. Worth, Kettering, OH, 190, 10/21/ Christopher Knowles, Chicago, IL, 190, 9/9/ Robert V. Knox, Flossmoor, IL, 160, 4/19/ John Phillip Vanlokeren, Cincinnati, OH, 130, 6/7/ Michael D. Hon, Hamilton, OH, 130, 6/9/ Glenn J. Terrell, Maineville, OH, 12, 8/7/ Lee C. Brandenburg, Mosinee, WI, 12, 9/5/1971 Men s 35 Singles 1. Brian Dean, Tipp City, OH, 940, 9/8/ Slater E. Hogan, Indianapolis, IN, 750, 2/10/ James Leto, Downers Grove, IL, 630, 7/14/ Christopher R. Brock, Erlanger, KY, 504, 9/25/ Shawn J. Buehnerkemper, Fishers, IN, 380, 1/22/ Wesley C. Brown, Ripon, WI, 317, 7/29/ Niels Chris Petersen, Columbus, OH, 315, 9/23/ Toby L. King, Springfield, IL, 290, 6/30/ Byron K. Williams, Hilliard, OH, 255, 7/21/ Michael K. Rose, Ecorse, MI, 250, 9/6/ Ted Becker, Galena, OH, 250, 1/15/ Kurt D. Kopp, Schaumburg, IL, 250, 11/21/ Paul P. Secrest, Bloomfield, MI, 250, 8/10/ Daniel Brown, Plainfield, IL, 205, 6/8/ Jim Thomas Phelps, Lewis Center, OH, 190, 11/23/ Matt Schiller, Carmel, IN, 190, 3/31/ Douglas A. Eyssautier, Menomonee Fls, WI, 190, 10/16/ Darius Sturmer, Sheboygan Falls, WI, 169, 12/22/ Mark E. Waterstreet, Powell, OH, 130, 2/10/ Todd A. Willing, Quincy, IL, 130, 2/14/ Oluwokay Johns, Indianapolis, IN, 130, 2/5/ Richard R. Watson, Waukegan, IL, 130, 11/25/ David R. Sturdyvin, Lake Geneva, WI, 130, 4/17/ James Oppenlander, Lewis Center, OH, 130, 7/28/ Kevin Michael Knox, Worthington, OH, 84, 5/16/ Manish Sumant, Springfield, IL, 80, 10/26/ Timothy Ungericht, Quincy, OH, 12, 8/1/ James R. Bates, Chicago, IL, 12, 9/7/ William Todd Davis, Indianapolis, IN, 12, 8/21/ Wayne John Tetlow, Plymouth, MI, 12, 2/26/1967 Men s 35 Doubles 1. Douglas Linden/Brad Lynch, David A. Towslee/Mark E. Waterstreet, James R. Bates/Kurt D. Kopp, Anthony Susi/Mark E. Waterstreet, John H. Moorin/Matt Schiller, Slater E. Hogan/Mark Woldmoe, Robert J. Downey/Willard Johnson, Michael J. Crowley/Colin S. Leveque, James M. Barnes/Toby L. King, Darrin Heinz/Bill A. Schneider, Dana L. Bromberg/Anthony Susi, Bradley J. Felker/Stephen C. Patton, Christopher J. Klampe/Walter E. Oden, John W. Gray/Jeffrey Sopko, Parin Desai/Frederick J. Thome, 130 Men s 35 Individual Doubles 1. Mark E. Waterstreet, Powell, OH, Anthony Susi, Columbus, OH, Douglas Linden, Sandusky, OH, Brad Lynch, Sandusky, OH, 375 Kurt Kopp 5. James M. Barnes, Springfield, IL, Matt Schiller, Carmel, IN, Mark Woldmoe, Fishers, IN, Willard Johnson, West Bend, WI, Kurt D. Kopp, Schaumburg, IL, James R. Bates, Chicago, IL, David A. Towslee, Columbus, OH, Slater E. Hogan, Indianapolis, IN, John H. Moorin, Carmel, IN, Robert J. Downey, West Bend, WI, Colin S. Leveque, Columbus, OH, Michael J. Crowley, Columbus, OH, Toby L. King, Springfield, IL, Bill A. Schneider, Dayton, OH, Bradley J. Felker, Elm Grove, WI, Darrin Heinz, Waynesville, OH, Dana L. Bromberg, Columbus, OH, Stephen C. Patton, Elm Grove, WI, Jeffrey Sopko, Powell, OH, Walter E. Oden, Aurora, OH, Christopher J. Klampe, South Euclid, OH, John W. Gray, Delaware, OH, Parin Desai, Lake In The Hills, IL, Frederick J. Thome, Crystal Lake, IL, Manish Sumant, Springfield, IL, Jamie Marksberry, Hilliard, OH, 95 Men s 40 Singles 1. Kurt D. Kopp, Schaumburg, IL, 500, 11/21/ Robert Charles Raidt, River Forest, IL, 440, 5/31/ Kristian Paul Casella, West Chicago, IL, 285, 8/4/ Kelley Ford Peter, Cincinnati, OH, 250, 4/18/ Leon R. Brenneman, Warsaw, IN, 250, 1/26/ Scott A. Broady, Glendale, WI, 250, 10/10/ Alex Ryer, Winnetka, IL, 190, 3/29/ Thomas J. Daria, Villa Hills, KY, 190, 11/15/ David R. Sturdyvin, Lake Geneva, WI, 190, 4/17/ Brian Dean, Tipp City, OH, 173, 9/8/ James Kepka, Glenview, IL, 130, 7/10/ Mike A. Bayliss, Sheboygan, WI, 130, 1/27/ Danny Postel, Chicago, IL, 130, 10/22/ Peter M. Tarnowski, Maineville, OH, 130, 3/12/ Roger A. Watson, Mosinee, WI, 24, 6/11/1961 Men s 45 Singles 1. Michael K. Rose, Ecorse, MI, 945, 9/6/ Richard D. Jordan, Columbus, OH, 850, 2/21/ Mark Woldmoe, Fishers, IN, 795, 5/6/ William Peter Freischlag, Downers Grove, IL, 750, 9/23/ Kevin P. Collins, Troy, MI, 535, 11/16/ Patrick R. Williamson, Columbus, OH, 535, 5/15/ Thomas J. Jeffers, Batesville, IN, 505, 8/22/ Leslie S. Curtis, Shaker Hts, OH, 500, 1/15/ Emilio M. Nardone, Bloomington, IL, 500, 9/8/ Mike A. Beedle, Lake Forest, IL, 430, 10/11/ James M. Barnes, Springfield, IL, 415, 5/29/ Mark E. Schierenbeck, Batavia, OH, 404, 5/2/ Timothy Brady, Indianapolis, IN, 350, 9/17/ Jeffrey B. Cempre, Worthington, OH, 288, 12/19/ Bud Schroeder, Tipp City, OH, 285, 5/19/ Jeff E. Moody, Indianapolis, IN, 260, 3/27/ Brian P. Nester, Edgewood, KY, 255, 9/9/1961 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 18. Shiv K. Bhupathi, Thiensville, WI, 255, 11/14/ Steve Diveley, Danville, IL, 250, 3/12/ Steven J. Palmer, Cincinnati, OH, 237, 9/12/ Ronald E. Beresky, Stoughton, WI, 202, 3/26/ Roberto Boeker, Farmington Hls, MI, 201, 5/5/ Ken Sorge, Monona, WI, 190, 1/8/ Joel Whitworth, Euclid, OH, 178, 8/25/ Bob Clay, Bloomington, IL, 148, 5/17/ Bill Spencer, Brighton, MI, 148, 11/26/ Mark Kellner, Sheboygan, WI, 145, 8/30/ Tetsuya Oda, Dublin, OH, 130, 12/16/ Richard E. Miller, Springfield, OH, 130, 11/23/ John P. Gambucci, West Bend, WI, 130, 6/14/ Dan Horvath, Sylvania, OH, 130, 6/2/ Duane Drollinger, Covington, IN, 130, 9/16/ Michael W. Benson, Long Grove, IL, 130, 8/1/ David L. Solano, Trenton, MI, 119, 7/8/ Nicholas D. Schoewe, Winnetka, IL, 119, 5/12/ Eric E. Nickeson, Fort Wayne, IN, 119, 1/23/ Roger A. Hershberger, Nappanee, IN, 107, 10/4/ Michael Bozzo, Newport, MI, 107, 8/19/ Kevin J. Behan, Mundelein, IL, 80, 2/5/ Burrell D. Shields, Southfield, MI, 77, 7/21/ David R. Sturdyvin, Lake Geneva, WI, 36, 4/17/1963 Men s 45 Doubles 1. Paul R. Cantrell/Gary R. Underwood, Leslie S. Curtis/Robert P. Golsmith, Philip N. Landauer/Neal P. Newman, Tim P. Pepper/Bob Williams, Jeffrey B. Cempre/Mark E. Schierenbeck, Gregory J. Gracyalny/Ken Sorge, Lloyd K. Purnell/John H. Sherren, Michael F. Jones/Colin S. Leveque, Michael F. Jones/Richard D. Jordan, Phil Diaz/Christopher M. Wagner, Bob Liebman/Craig A. Williams, Scott M. Miller/Richard P. Nourse, Len W. Baziuk/Timothy M. Loula, David W. Carey/Michael D. Pacini, Timothy M. Loula/Thomas P. Sheridan, Roger A. Hershberger/Laban L. Mast, 95 Men s 45 Individual Doubles 1. Michael F. Jones, Westerville, OH, Jeffrey B. Cempre, Worthington, OH, Leslie S. Curtis, Shaker Hts, OH, Robert P. Golsmith, Cleveland, OH, Gary R. Underwood, Danville, IN, Paul R. Cantrell, Indianapolis, IN, Neal P. Newman, Columbus, OH, Philip N. Landauer, Hilliard, OH, Mark E. Schierenbeck, Batavia, OH, Bob Williams, Upper Arlngtn, OH, Tim P. Pepper, Hilliard, OH, Colin S. Leveque, Columbus, OH, Timothy M. Loula, White Lake, MI, Lloyd K. Purnell, Butler, WI, Gregory J. Gracyalny, Mc Farland, WI, John H. Sherren, Elmhurst, IL, Ken Sorge, Monona, WI, Richard D. Jordan, Columbus, OH, Bob Liebman, Milwaukee, WI, Phil Diaz, Columbus, OH, Craig A. Williams, Northbrook, IL, Christopher M. Wagner, Columbus, OH, Michael D. Pacini, Arlington Hts, IL, Richard P. Nourse, Columbus, OH, David W. Carey, Algonquin, IL, Len W. Baziuk, Troy, MI, Scott M. Miller, Powell, OH, Thomas P. Sheridan, Farmington Hls, MI, Orhan Enustun, Lansing, MI, 110

21 Official 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Adult Rankings Woiber Woyczynski William Lange John Erikson Jerald Hayes Jim Elsman Jack Olds Roger Wall David Mitchell Mario Trefeli 30. Laban L. Mast, Goshen, IN, Roger A. Hershberger, Nappanee, IN, 95 Men s 50 Singles 1. Bob Liebman, Milwaukee, WI, 1037, 11/24/ John J. Wallner, Arlington Heights, IL, 890, 12/4/ Michael K. Rose, Ecorse, MI, 875, 9/6/ Michael J. Feldmann, Wauwatosa, WI, 825, 2/18/ Mats Ljungman, Ann Arbor, MI, 820, 5/15/ Bob Barnett, Highland Park, IL, 734, 4/14/ Leslie S. Curtis, Shaker Hts, OH, 532, 1/15/ Michael Bozzo, Newport, MI, 445, 8/19/ Terry Mills, Palatine, IL, 417, 1/9/ Cezary Pawlowski, Chicago, IL, 387, 3/15/ Stephen L. Rotblatt, Highland Park, IL, 325, 10/20/ Albert Dossiea, Chicago, IL, 297, 2/9/ James Oppenlander, Lewis Center, OH, 290, 7/28/ Gary H. Samuels, Cincinnati, OH, 260, 6/9/ Michael J. Morley, Youngstown, OH, 244, 5/20/ Ofer Barpal, Bloomfield, MI, 226, 4/3/ Dean R. Walters, Naperville, IL, 210, 1/27/ Jay T. Olson, Winfield, IL, 190, 11/22/ William Higgins, Indianapolis, IN, 160, 8/22/ Chip Bondurant, Nora, IN, 160, 10/23/ Mark E. Schierenbeck, Batavia, OH, 160, 5/2/ Dennis B. Royal, Detroit, MI, 130, 6/5/ Joseph Lyden, Glenview, IL, 130, 12/26/ Michael W. Mahoney, Riverside, IL, 125, 5/7/ Michael R. Schultz, Palatine, IL, 115, 8/13/ D. Rick Sumner, Oak Park, IL, 98, 4/2/ Mark Kellner, Sheboygan, WI, 80, 8/30/ Daniel R. Thornton, Howards Grove, WI, 80, 3/22/ Joseph Costigan, Oak Park, IL, 80, 6/2/ Patrick Heneghan, Chicago, IL, 50, 8/18/ Thomas M. Schneider, Kewaunee, WI, 36, 10/20/ Michael Kindred, Loveland, OH, 36, 11/10/ Miroslaw Wlodowski, Forest Park, IL, 24, 5/25/ Michael Powers, Oxford, WI, 24, 9/7/1950 Men s 50 Doubles 1. James Oppenlander/Michael K. Rose, George Jacobus/David Martin, 250 Men s 50 Individual Doubles 1. Mats Ljungman, Ann Arbor, MI, Michael K. Rose, Ecorse, MI, James Oppenlander, Lewis Center, OH, David Martin, Oak Park, IL, George Jacobus, Oak Park, IL, D. Rick Sumner, Oak Park, IL, Joseph Costigan, Oak Park, IL, Bob Liebman, Milwaukee, WI, 125 Men s 55 Singles 1. Philip N. Landauer, Hilliard, OH, 1250, 4/23/ Craig A. Williams, Northbrook, IL, 875, 8/31/ Scott P. Brown, Saint Joseph, MI, 725, 5/2/ Glenn Rader, Alger, OH, 700, 5/17/ Stephen R. Hayden, Beavercreek, OH, 610, 8/5/ James C. Hamilton, Ann Arbor, MI, 605, 7/27/ Tim R. Sullivan, Fort Wayne, IN, 600, 1/21/ Saeed Nowrasteh, Madison, WI, 575, 2/8/ Herb Feldmann, Carmel, IN, 570, 12/4/ Michael J. Feldmann, Wauwatosa, WI, 562, 2/18/ Gerald D. Cannon, E Liverpool, OH, 510, 12/9/ James V. Nelson, Shreve, OH, 500, 5/4/ Dale Hamann, Cedarburg, WI, 487, 10/15/ James Inman, Fishers, IN, 445, 3/3/ Ron Smith, Avon Lake, OH, 422, 3/21/ Mark O. Eslinger, Vincennes, IN, 404, 2/16/ Joseph Lyden, Glenview, IL, 380, 12/26/ Frederick Schmidt, Monroe, MI, 375, 4/8/ Mark W. Ullman, Parma, OH, 362, 8/15/ Bob Slack, Inverness, IL, 327, 7/2/ Larry Stark, West Bloomfield, MI, 285, 12/2/ Cliff Gerwick, Carmel, IN, 250, 3/2/ Larry S. Panter, W Bloomfield, MI, 250, 7/17/ Jan A. Reed, Westfield, IN, 214, 3/4/ John B. Kizer, Portsmouth, OH, 196, 1/7/ Craig W. Blair, Westfield, IN, 191, 12/20/ Philip C. Roholt, Canton, OH, 179, 10/21/ Bruce Whitman, Cincinnati, OH, 160, 12/15/ John M. Cochrane, Columbus, OH, 160, 9/11/ Calvin B. Terrell, Libertyville, IL, 142, 4/8/ Leland M. Boyer, Fort Wayne, IN, 137, 5/31/ W. Kim Evans, Fond du Lac, WI, 130, 2/13/ Max Quinton, Westerville, OH, 130, 1/28/ Michael D. Zimmerman, Lansing, MI, 130, 9/10/ Richard Kuntz, Evanston, IL, 125, 11/20/ H.A. Link, Covington, KY, 100, 11/11/ James L. Trudeau, New Lenox, IL, 95, 11/5/ Laban L. Mast, Goshen, IN, 36, 12/10/ Stephen L. Rotblatt, Highland Park, IL, 12, 10/20/ John R. Adam, Canton, MI, 12, 8/2/ Robert Birzer, Columbus, OH, 12, 2/21/1947 Men s 55 Doubles 1. Gerald D. Cannon/Glenn Rader, David B. Read/Jan A. Reed, Roger L. Taylor/Michael D. Zimmerman, Timothy M. Loula/Larry Stark, Joseph Lyden/Craig A. Williams, Jerry B. MacKey/Phillip A. Waid, John Brady/Michael J. Hardesty, John C. Lilly/William D. Mooney, Bill Barrett/Larry D. Steenbergen, Walt Herrick/Larry Shireman, Scott A. Aikman/Bob Slack, 95 Men s 55 Individual Doubles 1. Gerald D. Cannon, E Liverpool, OH, Glenn Rader, Alger, OH, Philip N. Landauer, Hilliard, OH, Jan A. Reed, Westfield, IN, David B. Read, Carmel, IN, Roger L. Taylor, East Lansing, MI, Michael D. Zimmerman, Lansing, MI, Joseph Lyden, Glenview, IL, Timothy M. Loula, White Lake, MI, Craig A. Williams, Northbrook, IL, Larry Stark, West Bloomfield, MI, Robert Birzer, Columbus, OH, Michael J. Hardesty, Columbus, OH, John Brady, Dublin, OH, Phillip A. Waid, Hilliard, OH, Jerry B. MacKey, Grove City, OH, Scott A. Aikman, Champaign, IL, William D. Mooney, Solon, OH, John C. Lilly, Cleveland, OH, Tim R. Sullivan, Fort Wayne, IN, Larry Shireman, Crystal Lake, IL, Larry D. Steenbergen, Farmington, MI, Bill Barrett, Beverly Hills, MI, Walt Herrick, Huntley, IL, Bob Slack, Inverness, IL, 95 Men s 60 Singles 1. James C. Hamilton, Ann Arbor, MI, 815, 7/27/ Bill Johnston, Arlington Hts, IL, 615, 6/11/ Scott A. Aikman, Champaign, IL, 535, 11/26/ Ron L. Bozzo, Birmingham, MI, 505, 3/26/ Mike C. Dahm, Dayton, OH, 500, 3/9/ Roger E. Allen, Evanston, IL, 475, 7/21/ Armund J. Schoen, Winnetka, IL, 445, 8/22/ James F. Bindley, Indianapolis, IN, 445, 6/21/ Norman A. Pappas, Bloomfield, MI, 410, 11/26/ John E. Lundquist, Birmingham, MI, 365, 8/5/ James M. Siegel, Hales Corners, WI, 315, 1/27/ Robert F. Schuele, Union, KY, 285, 3/28/ Ryszard Hasiak, Chicago, IL, 262, 9/17/ Paul Smith, Edgewood, KY, 255, 10/28/ Donald C. Parshall, Grosse Pointe, MI, 255, 12/2/ Michael A. Gurmai, Carol Stream, IL, 255, 1/29/ Tim Greist, Carmel, IN, 197, 11/6/ Manuel A. Wilson, Westland, MI, 195, 8/3/ D J Tony Kenworthy, Bloomington, IN, 190, 8/26/ Joseph M. Gromada, Cincinnati, OH, 160, 1/12/ Gerold L. Hanck, Chicago, IL, 130, 7/21/ Gene Gourley, Danville, IL, 130, 5/4/ Don Diener, Rochester Hls, MI, 130, 4/16/ Ivy G. Hunter, Southfield, MI, 115, 8/28/ Bob Ell, Cincinnati, OH, 95, 8/1/ David Schillerstrom, Naperville, IL, 89, 3/1/ James L. Trudeau, New Lenox, IL, 83, 11/5/ Dave Tornga, West Chicago, IL, 80, 8/22/ Jonathan G. Anderson, Cincinnati, OH, 80, 9/14/ Kenneth Joseph Brenda, Winnetka, IL, 80, 4/19/ Fred R. Jones, Clinton Twp, MI, 80, 8/12/ Robert E. Zumph, Park Ridge, IL, 36, 7/28/ Robert C. Hinshon, Livonia, MI, 36, 1/11/ Thomas E. Hall, Springfield, OH, 24, 12/21/ Claudio Roveroni, Beverly Hills, MI, 18, 2/9/ Mark M. Seidel, Fond du Lac, WI, 12, 3/1/ Michael E. Kowal, Taylor, MI, 12, 11/18/ Michael Saraino, Harrison Twnp, MI, 12, 11/22/1947 Men s 60 Doubles 1. Bill Johnston/Robert E. Zumph, John J. Brooks/James A. Walker, Harold Jordan/Walter S. Peckinpaugh, David D. Cooper/David Resley, Roger E. Allen/John D. Govreau, Fred R. Jones/Chuck R. Young, Lawrence D. McDonald/David L. Wray, James C. Hamilton/John E. Lundquist, Thomas E. Austin/Rich Monan, Edward K Goldschmidt/Frank R. Martin, Earl Hass/Dan Thornton, 110 Men s 60 Individual Doubles 1. Robert E. Zumph, Park Ridge, IL, Mike C. Dahm, Dayton, OH, John J. Brooks, Chicago, IL, Bill Johnston, Arlington Hts, IL, Walter S. Peckinpaugh, Chagrin Falls, OH, James A. Walker, Olympia Flds, IL, Harold Jordan, Tallmadge, OH, David D. Cooper, Carmel, IN, Errol Peschel, Farmington Hls, MI, David Resley, Carmel, IN, Roger E. Allen, Evanston, IL, John D. Govreau, Evanston, IL, Thomas E. Austin, Rochester Hls, MI, David L. Wray, Oak Park, IL, Frank R. Martin, River Forest, IL, Edward K Goldschmidt, Oak Park, IL, Fred R. Jones, Clinton Twp, MI, John E. Lundquist, Birmingham, MI, Lawrence D. McDonald, Oak Park, IL, Chuck R. Young, Farmington Hls, MI, Rich Monan, W Bloomfield, MI, James C. Hamilton, Ann Arbor, MI, Dan Thornton, Galena, IL, Earl Hass, Woodstock, IL, 110 Men s 65 Singles 1. Wojbor A. Woyczynski, Shaker Hts, OH, 1000, 10/24/ John M. Erikson, Oberlin, OH, 730, 11/30/1939 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 21

22 Official 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Adult Rankings Bryna Nasenbeny Sarah Cyganiak Angi Krueger Julie Mathison Barb Mueller Cheryl Komenda Michelle Kuhl Deborah Burgess Al Fraser, New Berlin, WI, 627, 6/27/ Bernie W. Palmatier, New Carlisle, OH, 600, 8/23/ John Babbitt, Westerville, OH, 445, 4/10/ Bobby A. Hampton, Chicago, IL, 439, 12/31/ Tom La Fountain, Appleton, WI, 332, 2/10/ Michael Brannon, Moweaqua, IL, 315, 6/17/ John A. Siegrist, East Peoria, IL, 291, 3/14/ William A. Lange, Evanston, IL, 270, 11/1/ Wayne H. Wookey, Columbus, OH, 262, 2/27/ Callie Els, Champaign, IL, 232, 5/10/ Subbarao Cherukuri, New Albany, OH, 190, 1/15/ Marvin R. Cohen, Oak Park, IL, 180, 10/21/ Robert Schloss, Indianapolis, IN, 100, 10/31/ John W. Gaisser, Indianapolis, IN, 89, 6/15/ Ronald K. Mitchell, Chicago, IL, 80, 10/28/ Robert L. Friedman, Huntingtn Wds, MI, 80, 10/3/ Ronald F. Lickman, Waterford, MI, 80, 11/20/ Richard C. Sommer, Highland Park, IL, 65, 2/27/ Lawrence A. Letwin, Bath, MI, 36, 3/3/1940 Men s 65 Doubles 1. William A. Lange/Richard C. Sommer, Bobby A. Hampton/Ronald K. Mitchell, David S. Dickenson/John M. Erikson, James L. Elsman/Rick Kammer, James O. Criswell/Philip C. Ludwig, Marvin R. Cohen/Donald A. Pierce, 130 Men s 65 Individual Doubles 1. John M. Erikson, Oberlin, OH, William A. Lange, Evanston, IL, Richard C. Sommer, Highland Park, IL, Bobby A. Hampton, Chicago, IL, Ronald K. Mitchell, Chicago, IL, David S. Dickenson, Gates Mills, OH, Rick Kammer, Bloomfield, MI, James L. Elsman, Bloomfield, MI, Philip C. Ludwig, Powell, OH, James O. Criswell, Westerville, OH, Marvin R. Cohen, Oak Park, IL, Donald A. Pierce, Birmingham, MI, 130 Men s 70 Singles 1. Jerald B. Hayes, Westfield, IN, 880, 8/23/ James L. Elsman, Bloomfield, MI, 640, 9/10/ Vitalis J. Seputa, Troy, MI, 565, 3/20/ Leo Walter Worobkevich, Warren, MI, 520, 10/12/ Bill Harless, Anderson, IN, 447, 5/13/ Mau Yin Chow, Glenview, IL, 339, 11/27/ William Bellinger, W Bloomfield, MI, 175, 10/30/ Kenneth J. Baumeister, Strongsville, OH, 160, 7/7/ Michael Claffey, Urbana, IL, 130, 7/28/ William B. Ulmer, Indianapolis, IN, 100, 12/6/ Yuriy N. Chikhalenko, Southfield, MI, 65, 6/17/ Lester C. Wittekind, Cincinnati, OH, 40, 4/12/ Larry L. Graham, W Lafayette, IN, 36, 6/24/ Dennis Karras, River Forest, IL, 12, 1/7/ Peter R. Bieck, Indianapolis, IN, 12, 6/30/1938 Men s 70 Doubles 1. James L. Elsman/Jerald B. Hayes, Jerry Leak/Robert R. Lowe, Matt M. Bartilson/Shaw Emmons, David Schalte/Harvey Wolfe, Theodore Georgoff/Aquiles Palma Gil, Bob Gillogly/Jack Bernard Schoenholtz, 110 Men s 70 Individual Doubles 1. James L. Elsman, Bloomfield, MI, Jerald B. Hayes, Westfield, IN, Jerry Leak, Avon Lake, OH, Thomas Fisher, W Bloomfield, MI, Robert R. Lowe, Pepper Pike, OH, Shaw Emmons, Lewis Center, OH, Matt M. Bartilson, Hilliard, OH, David Schalte, Howell, MI, Harvey Wolfe, West Bloomfield, MI, Aquiles Palma Gil, Maumee, OH, Theodore Georgoff, Toledo, OH, Bob Gillogly, Lk Barrington, IL, Jack Bernard Schoenholtz, Spring Grove, IL, Vitalis J. Seputa, Troy, MI, 95 Men s 75 Singles 1. Jack R. Vredevelt, Kalamazoo, MI, 1000, 6/28/ Michael Claffey, Urbana, IL, 450, 7/28/ Kenneth E. Hunt, Detroit, MI, 392, 6/6/ Charles De Voe, Naples, FL, 380, 3/18/ Werner Claussen, Birmingham, MI, 350, 10/10/ John Bradshaw, Indianapolis, IN, 320, 10/23/ Richard D. De Freeuw, Flossmoor, IL, 130, 2/1/ Roman Block, Princeton, NJ, 130, 1/11/ Paul Tobias, Cincinnati, OH, 95, 1/5/1930 Men s 75 Doubles 1. George A. Grisdale/Jack Olds, George J. Harhen/Henry S. Reinke, 190 Men s 75 Individual Doubles 1. Jack Olds, Livonia, MI, George A. Grisdale, Birmingham, MI, Richard D. De Freeuw, Flossmoor, IL, George J. Harhen, Belvidere, IL, Henry S. Reinke, McHenry, IL, 190 Men s 80 Singles 1. Roger Wall, Lowell, MI, 250, 5/9/ Jack Olds, Livonia, MI, 190, 4/26/ Willis L. Preston, Celina, OH, 130, 11/18/ Howard R. Conant, Glenview, IL, 130, 9/30/ Stuart L. Bender, Midland, MI, 24, 3/4/ Ranald Becker, Bloomfield, MI, 12, 3/1/1927 Men s 80 Doubles 1. David Mitchell/Mario Trafeli, Willis L. Preston/Roger Wall, Thomas W. Brell/Willis L. Preston, Otto Laster/Charles Weisent, Stuart L. Bender/Lawrence E. Lewis, 130 Men s 80 Individual Doubles 1. Mario Trafeli, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Willis L. Preston, Celina, OH, David Mitchell, Bloomfield, MI, Roger Wall, Lowell, MI, Thomas W. Brell, Maumee, OH, Charles Weisent, Columbus, OH, Otto Laster, Westerville, OH, Stuart L. Bender, Midland, MI, Lawrence E. Lewis, Jackson, MI, 130 Women s Open Singles 1. Bryna Nasenbeny, Aurora, IL, Cheryl A. Witmer, Ypsilanti, MI, Ty Ana Williams, Chicago, IL, Susan P. Witwer, Glenview, IL, Zorana Jana Stefanovic, Toledo, OH, Lissa A. Gilmore, Holland, MI, Melissa Anne Chitko, Appleton, WI, Kirsten Flower, Columbus, OH, Ingrid Eva Stensvaag, Palatine, IL, Kelsey L. Jakupcin, Dublin, OH, Kelsey F. Haviland, Dayton, OH, Sadhaf Pervez, Dublin, OH, Gabrielle Steele, New Richmond, OH, Kenisha O. Webb, Homewood, IL, 190 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 15. Laura Alison Ewert, Oconomowoc, WI, Linda Konop, Chicago, IL, Beth Horneffer, Brookfield, WI, Ashley N. Jakupcin, Dublin, OH, Kalla M. Schaefer, Madison, WI, Kim My Li, Galloway, OH, Julie Blackmore, Dublin, OH, Maddie Kobelt, New Albany, OH, Melissa A. Schaub, Lexington, OH, Christina Keesey, Ostrander, OH, Akiko Kanda, Troy, OH, Myra Pepino, Hilliard, OH, Kara M. Jackson, Dayton, OH, Mara C. Morris, Flossmoor, IL, Kelsey Kinnard, Columbus, OH, 12 Women s Open Doubles 1. Sarah J. Cyganiak/Angi Krueger, Kirsten Flower/Kelsey F. Haviland, Ashley N. Jakupcin/Kelsey L. Jakupcin, Mara Malloy/Nicolette D. Timm, Kathleen P. Kinnard/Kelsey Kinnard, Kim My Li/My Linh T. Li, Kellaina A. Grote/Myra Pepino, Abby J. Hand/Megan L. Post, Yana M. Mereminsky/Christiana J. Raymond, 80 Women s Open Individual Doubles 1. Angi Krueger, Mequon, WI, Nicolette D. Timm, Milwaukee, WI, Mara Malloy, Menomonee Fls, WI, Kelsey F. Haviland, Dayton, OH, Sarah J. Cyganiak, Shorewood, WI, Julie Blackmore, Dublin, OH, Kirsten Flower, Columbus, OH, Kelsey L. Jakupcin, Dublin, OH, Ashley N. Jakupcin, Dublin, OH, Christina Keesey, Ostrander, OH, Kelsey Kinnard, Columbus, OH, Kathleen P. Kinnard, Columbus, OH, Melissa A. Schaub, Lexington, OH, Kim My Li, Galloway, OH, My Linh T. Li, Galloway, OH, Kellaina A. Grote, Galena, OH, Myra Pepino, Hilliard, OH, Kate E. Turvy, Dublin, OH, Jennifer Fleck, Shorewood, WI, Yana M. Mereminsky, Westerville, OH, Christiana J. Raymond, Westerville, OH, Abby J. Hand, Powell, OH, Megan L. Post, Columbus, OH, 80 Women s 30 Doubles 1. Suzanna P. Hogendorn/Rosemary L. Webber, Jennifer Durham/Dyana L. Gold, 190 Women s 30 Individual Doubles 1. Rosemary L. Webber, Madison, WI, Suzanna P. Hogendorn, Madison, WI, Dyana L. Gold, Verona, WI, Jennifer Durham, Madison, WI, 190 Women s 35 Singles 1. Jennifer Fleck, Shorewood, WI, 589, 10/25/ Dianne L. Fleming, Belpre, OH, 481, 3/6/ Sandee Ortiz, Delavan, WI, 397, 10/25/ Cheryl A. Witmer, Ypsilanti, MI, 375, 3/18/ Suzy Hooley, Beverly Hills, MI, 285, 9/2/ Kristin Reed, Westerville, OH, 250, 2/4/ Monica Georgescu, Columbus, OH, 190, 5/1/1972 Women s 35 Doubles 1. Susan Keane/Eva M. Welsher, 250

23 Official 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Adult Rankings Donna Drosner Frances Dickenson Georgette Nahra Lynne Wiley Carolyn Dishun Ann Munro Anne Spitz Maggi Mossholder Elaine Hatton 2. Jami J. Patterson/Anna Hayden Zimmermann, Patricia A. Hirsch/Diane Hollis, Andrea Drzal/Mary Ellen Ott, 130 Women s 35 Individual Doubles 1. Susan Keane, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, Eva M. Welsher, Grosse Pointe, MI, Jami J. Patterson, Brazil, IN, Anna Hayden Zimmermann, Indianapolis, IN, Diane Hollis, Cleveland, OH, Patricia A. Hirsch, Novelty, OH, Andrea Drzal, Eaton Rapids, MI, Mary Ellen Ott, Haslett, MI, 130 Women s 40 Singles 1. Julie H. Mathison, Waunakee, WI, 250, 4/7/ Grace Julia Lee Hersh, Carpentersville, IL, 190, 10/29/ Leslie V. Taylor, Madison, WI, 130, 6/20/ Kay J. Opitz, Middleton, WI, 130, 12/4/1960 Women s 40 Doubles 1. Barbara A. Mueller/Margaret E. Sarles, Trudy Landauer/Gabriela Monahan, Elizabeth L. Barnhill/Sharon L. Ploor, Kay J. Opitz/Betsy L. Zadra, Julie H. Mathison/Leslie V. Taylor, 130 Women s 40 Individual Doubles 1. Margaret E. Sarles, Middleton, WI, Diann C. Watts, Chicago, IL, Barbara A. Mueller, Oconomowoc, WI, Gabriela Monahan, Chicago, IL, Sharon L. Ploor, Franklin, WI, Trudy Landauer, Glenview, IL, Elizabeth L. Barnhill, Madison, WI, Leslie V. Taylor, Madison, WI, Julie H. Mathison, Waunakee, WI, Kay J. Opitz, Middleton, WI, Betsy L. Zadra, Madison, WI, 130 Women s 45 Singles 1. Gertrude R. Hawkins, Southfield, MI, 500, 3/27/ Sheila A. Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, 452, 5/7/ Gail J. Lewis, Southfield, MI, 380, 12/3/ Rita M. Burns, Milwaukee, WI, 377, 4/14/ Joyce Gaddis, Straughn, IN, 320, 2/16/ B ann T. Gabelt, Madison, WI, 250, 10/28/ Mary Elworth, Oak Park, IL, 24, 9/12/1957 Women s 45 Doubles 1. Cheryl L. Komenda/Michelle R. Kuhl, B ann T. Gabelt/Mary Weeks, Traci L. Davis/Julie A. Mitchell, Lori A. Fahrenholz/Peggy E. Kirkeeng, Kathleen P. Kinnard/Kathy L. White, Pamela B. Cabot/Marissa Pollick, Cindy Burgdorfer/Elaine M. Rodriguez, 110 Women s 45 Individual Doubles 1. Sheila A. Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, Michelle R. Kuhl, Indianapolis, IN, Cheryl L. Komenda, Avon, IN, Lori A. Fahrenholz, Appleton, WI, Mary Elworth, Oak Park, IL, Mary Weeks, Pr du Sac, WI, Julie A. Mitchell, Solon, OH, Traci L. Davis, Gates Mills, OH, B ann T. Gabelt, Madison, WI, Kathy L. White, Lancaster, OH, Peggy E. Kirkeeng, Mequon, WI, Kathleen P. Kinnard, Columbus, OH, Marissa Pollick, Ann Arbor, MI, Pamela B. Cabot, Waterford, MI, Elaine M. Rodriguez, Downers Grove, IL, Cindy Burgdorfer, Downers Grove, IL, 110 Women s 50 Singles 1. Deborah G. Burgess, Franklin, WI, 350, 4/18/ Lisa M. Culp, Evanston, IL, 250, 12/23/ B ann T. Gabelt, Madison, WI, 250, 10/28/ Deborah Lancaster, Inverness, IL, 190, 2/10/ Donna M. Drosner, Whitefish Bay, WI, 184, 5/16/1955 Women s 50 Doubles 1. Deborah G. Burgess/Donna M. Drosner, B ann T. Gabelt/Linda Halsey, Catherine T. Kestle/Sharon L. Ploor, 130 Women s 50 Individual Doubles 1. Donna M. Drosner, Whitefish Bay, WI, Deborah G. Burgess, Franklin, WI, Linda Halsey, Madison, WI, B ann T. Gabelt, Madison, WI, Sharon L. Ploor, Franklin, WI, Catherine T. Kestle, Madison, WI, 130 Women s 55 Doubles 1. Jill Lawrence Polls/Joanne Rajchel, Susan V. Selke/Linda A. Spann, Mary W. Feeney/Cynthia A. Rhodes, Janice Mechlowitz/J. Michelle Moccia, 130 Women s 55 Individual Doubles 1. Jill Lawrence Polls, Glenview, IL, Joanne Rajchel, Roselle, IL, Linda A. Spann, Kalamazoo, MI, Susan V. Selke, Lansing, MI, Mary W. Feeney, Indianapolis, IN, Cynthia A. Rhodes, Greenwood, IN, J. Michelle Moccia, Livonia, MI, Janice Mechlowitz, Sterling Hts, MI, 130 Women s 60 Doubles 1. Frances F. Dickenson/Georgette R. Nahra, Joylyn Gruidl/Darlene Kress, Jean G. Blievernicht/Mary Roche, Elizabeth L. Barnhill/Barbara A. Mueller, Nancy T. Heiden/Catherine T. Kestle, Betts Cooper/Gail L. Wiseman, Suzanne J. Cooper/Gail M. Swaback, 130 Women s 60 Individual Doubles 1. Frances F. Dickenson, Gates Mills, OH, Georgette R. Nahra, Cleveland, OH, Darlene Kress, Joliet, IL, Joylyn Gruidl, Plano, IL, Elizabeth L. Barnhill, Madison, WI, Jean G. Blievernicht, Southfield, MI, Barbara A. Mueller, Oconomowoc, WI, Mary Roche, Troy, MI, Nancy T. Heiden, Madison, WI, Catherine T. Kestle, Madison, WI, Betts Cooper, Indianapolis, IN, Gail L. Wiseman, Indianapolis, IN, Gail M. Swaback, Western Sprgs, IL, Suzanne J. Cooper, Hinsdale, IL, 130 Women s 65 Doubles 1. Carolyn Dishun/Lynne Wiley, Lynda C. Burke/Mary Ann S. Hazle, Elvira Hernandez Cridland/Lorrie A. Schneider, Brigitte D. Johnston/Patricia Pastorek, Virginia P. Madla/Joan L. Melahn, Inge Bieck/Joan D. Ferguson, 110 Women s 65 Individual Doubles 1. Carolyn Dishun, Middletown, OH, Lynne Wiley, Middletown, OH, Mary Ann S. Hazle, Shaker Hts, OH, Lynda C. Burke, Cleveland, OH, Lorrie A. Schneider, Park Ridge, IL, Elvira Hernandez Cridland, Lake Zurich, IL, Brigitte D. Johnston, Perrysburg, OH, Patricia Pastorek, Maumee, OH, Joan L. Melahn, McHenry, IL, Phyllis Mazure, Bloomfield, MI, Joan D. Ferguson, Bloomington, IN, Virginia P. Madla, Saint Charles, IL, Inge Bieck, Indianapolis, IN, 110 Women s 70 Doubles 1. Ann P. Munro/Anne R. Spitz, Nora Y. Liu/Joan H. Vicinus, 190 Women s 70 Individual Doubles 1. Ann P. Munro, Ann Arbor, MI, Anne R. Spitz, Grosse Pointe, MI, Joan H. Vicinus, Toledo, OH, Nora Y. Liu, Bowling Green, OH, 190 Women s 75 Doubles 1. Elaine Hatton/Maggi E. Mossholder, Elsie Liber/Marge A. Pioch, 190 Women s 75 Individual Doubles 1. Maggi E. Mossholder, Eaton Rapids, MI, Elaine Hatton, Okemos, MI, Marge A. Pioch, Toledo, OH, Elsie Liber, Ottawa Hills, OH, 190 Love Tennis? So Do WE See How Your Love of Tennis Has Affected the Game Midwest.USTA.com/LoveTennis w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 23

24 Juniors to Excel through USTA Player Development USTA Player Development facilitates the development of world-class American tennis champions, and this mission is managed through enhanced coaching education programs, top supplemental coaching and junior competition programs on the international, national and section level. The USTA/Midwest Section works with coaches and community volunteers to obtain their involvement with the USTA Player Development program. Following are various ways in which the USTA/Midwest Section is assisting in the development of its junior players: USTA Player Development Competition Training Centers The USTA/Midwest Section had 16 USTA Player Development Competition Training Centers in The centers are designed to bring top players and coaches together to train during the year. All players involved must be 14 years and under to participate. The USTA/Midwest Section provides a tournament during the year specifically for USTA Player Development Competition Training Center players only to work on their games while receiving coaching tips. All coaches involved are required to pass the USTA Level 1 Sport Science Competency Test in order to participate in the program. For additional information on the program, please contact the USTA/Midwest Section office at Here are the USTA Player Development Competition Training Centers in the USTA/Midwest Section: Burr Ridge - Ernesto Faisal Cincinnati - Donnie Jackson Columbus - Bryan Nibert Dayton - Mike Erwin Decatur - Chuck Kuhle Detroit (2) - Mike Ware Grand Rapids - Paula Stephanic Homewood - Sylvia Gothard Indianapolis - Bryan Smith Libertyville - Mark Bey Milwaukee - Jim Barnish Northeastern Ohio - Carol Gander Northern Indiana - Jeanne French Northern Illinois - Pam Delnagro Toledo - Sheryl Birch Competitive Training Center Tournaments The USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Committee hosted the ninth annual CTC USTA/Midwest Section Tournament from May 2-4, 2008, at the Barbara Wynne Tennis Center at North Central High School in Indianapolis, In. Players were selected from the USTA/Midwest Section tournament to represent the USTA/Midwest Section in the CTC Central Regional Tournament held last May in Indianapolis. The Midwest squad captured the title for the second straight year, and was coached by Bryan Nibert, Andrea Calvert-Sanders and Greg Boyd. The winning Midwest squad include the following team members: Brooke Austin, Indianapolis, In.; Caroline Eberhart, Mishawaka, In.; Madeleine Johnson, Onalaska, Wi.; Adesuwa Osabuohien, Hazel Crest, Il.; Sierra Stone, Powell, Oh.; Simone-Alyse Ewell, Detroit, Mi.; Marika Cusick, Hinsdale, Il.; Rachel Morales, Reynoldsburg, Oh.; Eric Marbach, Naperville, Il.; Ronnie Schneider, Bloomington, In.; Matthew Hirsh, Glen Ellyn, Il.; Bradley Holt, Homewood, Il.; Drew Campbell, Northfield, Il.; Toby Ma, Deerfield, Il.; Brett Forman, Troy, Mi.; Matthew Duma, Cincinnati, Oh. USTA/Midwest Section Spring Camp For the fifth consecutive year, a 12-and-under camp was conducted for those players participating in the 2008 USTA Spring National Championships from April This camp was held in Boca Raton, Fl., from April 4-6. Serving as coaches were Mark Faber, Bryan Nibert, Andrea Calvert-Sanders and USTA Player Development staff Bobby Bernstein. The camp had 19 participants including Brooke Austin, Jeffrey Chen, Felix Corwin, Jacob Dunbar, Tom Fawcett, Lauren Goodman, Mary Hanna, Aron Hiltzik, Mark Ihrig, Ally Miller Krasilnikov, Sameer Kumar, Cassie Mercer, Riley Reist, Julia Schroeder, Nicole Soutar, Grace Tapak, Patrick Wildman, Christina Zondani and Elizabeth Zordani. Slammin 10s Intersectional Team Rally This and-under team event was held from October in Arlington, Tx. The USTA/Midwest Section competed against the Intermountain, Missouri Valley and Texas Sections. The following Midwest juniors participated: Claudia Althans, Alexandra Cash, Robert Cash, Robin Engel, Tyler Gargas, Lukas Greif, Jason Kerst, Alexis Merrill, Claire Reifeis, Olivia Rohrbacher, Jennifer Skonieczny and Johnathan Small. The Midwest squad was coached by Ernie Katko and Jon Bemisderfer. Midwest players and coaches represented the Section well. Midwest 10 & Under Invitational This competition/training camp was held from July 18-20, 2008, in Indianapolis, In. Each district invited two boys and two girls to participate. Sixty-four players participated in the event. A mini-camp was again conducted prior to the event with on-court instruction for players and a meeting for the parents. The Midwest coaches were Hector Clavijo, Jeff Smith, Mark Faber, Greg Boyd, Andrea Calvert- Sanders and USTA Player Development staff Bobby Bernstein. Sport Science Competency Testing To assure that the nation s coaches are competent in the sports sciences, the USTA has developed a bi-level sport science competency test. The USTA Sport Science Competency Test can now be accessed on the USTA Player Development website at To help coaches prepare for the exam, the USTA Sport Science Department and Sport Science Committee have compiled a recommended resource material list. Information regarding the reading list as well as how to register and take the exam is located on the website. USTA High Performance Coaching Program USTA/Midwest Section coaches have successfully participated in and completed the program since its introduction in The USTA High Performance Coaching Program is intended specifically for the serious developmental coach who works with players who are striving for excellence in competitive tennis. The program is based on a philosophy of coaching that puts the athlete first and winning second. Applications and criteria for the USTA High Performance Coaching Program are available by visiting Midwest team members and coaches celebrate for the second straight year. 24 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

25 USTA Junior Intersectional Team Championships USTA Boys and Girls 18 Team Championships Each year, the USTA/Midwest Section sends teams to compete in the USTA Boys and Girls 16 Intersectional Team Championships and USTA Boys and Girls 18 National Team Championships. Congratulations to our Girls 18 squad for capturing the 2008 team title. USTA Boys and Girls 16 Intersectional Team Championships During the 2008 Boys and Girls 16 Intersectional Team Championships held July 6-10 in Shreveport, La., our squad finished fourth for the second straight year. The USTA/Midwest Section team scored victories over the USTA/Caribbean, Florida and Northern Sections and lost to USTA/Southern California and Texas Sections. The USTA/Midwest Section Girls 18 National Team include (Back l-r): Courtney Dolehide, Rachel White, Emina Bektas and Coach Shannon Tulley. (Front l-r): Kate Turvy, Elizabeth Epstein and Hanna Mar USTA BOYS AND GIRLS INTERSECTIONAL REQUEST FORM USTA/Midwest Section Boys and Girls 16 Intersectional Team members (Back l-r): Gregory Andrews, Jim Roebker, Coach Rusty Schubert, Joey Fritz and Arren Carter. (Front l-r): Jasmine Minor, Emina Bektas, Nida Hamilton and Kyle McPhillips. USTA Boys 18 National Team Championships Several players represented the USTA/Midwest Section at the USTA Boys 18 National Team Championships event in Urbana, Il., from July The team finished third overall for the third straight year with the only loss coming to the USTA/Southern California Section team. The squad notched victories against the USTA/Middle States, Missouri Valley and Texas Sections. USTA Intersectional Boys and Girls Team Championships If you are among the top 25 players in the USTA/Midwest Section, you may be eligible to participate in the 2009 USTA Intersectional Team Championships. To be considered, please fill out and return this form to the USTA/Midwest Section office by May 15, The following must be included for consideration to be selected: Complete and legible current player record. The deadline for USTA Intersectional Team requests is 5:00 p.m. on May 15, For selection process information, please see our Endorsement Procedures posted on (select Junior Tennis navigation button and then Player Development option). Mail or fax this application and all other required material to: USTA/Midwest Section 1310 E. 96th Street, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN Fax: Name Address City State Zip Home Phone # ( ) Parent s Work # ( ) Members of the USTA/Midwest Section Boys 18 National Team include (l-r): Dennis Nevolo, Nelson Vick, Denis Bogatov, Coach Paul MacDonald, Billy Bertha, C.J. Griffin and Evan King. USTA Girls 18 National Team Championships The USTA/Midwest Section sent its final team to compete at the USTA Girls 18 National Team Championships in Danville, Ca., from July 29- August 1 where they claimed the title. Our team notched victories against the USTA/Middle States, Mid-Atlantic, Southern and Texas Sections. Birthdate / / Age Male Female USTA No. District Section Ranking National Ranking USTA Intersectional Team Request Please consider me for selection to: USTA Boys and Girls 16 Intersectional Team Championships USTA Girls 18 National Team Championships USTA Boys 18 National Team Championships w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 25

26 USTA Zone Team Championships Players from Midwest Participate Each Year During 2008, USTA/Midwest Section junior players and coaches competed in the USTA Zone Team Championships that are conducted for players in the 12, 14, and 16-and-under age divisions. The primary goal of the USTA Zone Team Championships is to build a strong foundation for success in later years by introducing players to national competition in such a way that competitive stress is minimized, and personal development is the focus. Following were the sites and locations of the 2008 USTA Zone Team Championships: USTA 12 Northeast Lancaster, Pa. July USTA 14 Southwest Dothan, Al. July 8-12 USTA 16 Northeast St. Louis, Mo. July USTA Zone Team Championships BG 12, 14 & 16 July 29-August 2 To be considered for endorsement, each player must apply through the TennisLink Registration system on the USTA/Midwest Section website. Selection will be based on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List as of the USTA/Midwest Section entry deadlines in the age division being endorsed. The USTA/Midwest Section entry deadlines to be considered for endorsement are the following: Boys and Girls 12, 14 & 16: June 15, 2009 Players and a coach gathered off-court for a picture during the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 12 Northeast Zone Team Championships in Lancaster. Midwest players and a coach gathered for a picture during the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 14 Southwest Zone Team Championships in Dothan. These participants and a coach gathered for a photo at the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 12 Northeast Zone Team Championships in Lancaster. These participants and a coach took a break for a photo at the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 14 Southwest Zone Team Championships in Dothan. More players and a coach took part in this photo during the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 12 Northeast Zone Team Championships in Lancaster. Another shot of players and a coach gathered for a picture during the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 14 Southwest Zone Team Championships in Dothan. Another shot of players and a coach during the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 12 Northeast Zone Team Championships in Lancaster. More players and their coach took a break for a team photo at the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 14 Southwest Zone Team Championships in Dothan. This group of participants and coaches from the USTA/ Midwest Section gathered on center court for a team photo at the 2008 USTA Boys and Girls 16 Northeast Zone Team Championships in St. Louis. 26 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

27 Marian Wood Baird Cup and District Team Cup Action; Chicago and Ohio Valley Repeat as Champions The Chicago District Tennis Association brought home the 2008 USTA/ Midwest Section Marian Wood Baird Cup title for the second straight year in 18-and-under competition, held from June at Ball State University in Muncie, In. Juniors competing on each district team are selected to participate based on their ranking, tournament play, character, and sportsmanship. The USTA/Midwest Section Marian Wood Baird Cup event began in The Rosemary Helton Sportsmanship Award is presented at the conclusion of the event to a team which best exemplifies sportsmanship, honor, cooperation, and conduct, both on and off the court. The 2008 award was presented to the Southern Illinois Tennis Association team. In addition to the team award, an individual is selected to receive the Leann G. Davidge Memorial Sportsmanship Award. Caroline Stark from the Wisconsin Tennis Association received the 2008 individual sportsmanship award. Here are the final standings: 1. Chicago 8. Northern Indiana 2. Ohio Valley 9. Northern Illinois 3. Western Michigan 10. Northwestern Ohio 4. Northeastern Ohio 11. Northeastern Michigan 5. Central Indiana 12. Northern Michigan 6. Wisconsin 13. Middle Illinois 7. Southeastern Michigan 14. Southern Illinois Marian Wood Baird Cup Champions from Chicago (Back l-r): Elise Woulfe, Julie Flanzer, Elizabeth Epstein, Nida Hamilton and Misia Krasowski. (Front l-r): Head Coach Manny Velasco, Jenna Langhorst, Kristen Dodge, Kate Klein, Hanna Mar, Julia Fellerhoff and Coach Chris Sheldon. The fifth annual USTA/Midwest Section Boys and Girls 14 District Team Cup returned to Purdue University in Lafayette, In., from June Congratulations to the Central Indiana Tennis Association for capturing the title. Co-ed teams comprised of the best 14-and-under boys and girls from each of the section s 14 Districts participated in the event. Juniors that competed on each team were selected to participate based on requirements determined by each district. Sportsmanship awards were presented to one boy and one girl, and the boy recipient was Madhav Mehta from Northwestern Ohio Tennis Association while the girl recipient was Kerigan McNamara from Northwestern Ohio Tennis Association. Also, the Southern Illinois Tennis Association was presented the team sportsmanship award. Here are the final standings: 1. Central Indiana 2. Wisconsin 3. Chicago 4. Ohio Valley Other teams participating: Northern Illinois Southern Illinois Middle Illinois Western Michigan Northern Indiana Northeastern Ohio Northwestern Ohio Southeastern Michigan Northeastern Michigan Northern Michigan Marian Wood Baird Cup Central Indiana Champions Back row (l-r): Elliott Yee, Joe Van Meter, Bethany Moore, Macie Elliott, McKenzie Thomas and Coach Jeff Smith. Front row (l-r): Ronnie Schneider, Will Adams and Olivia Boesing. Congratulations to the Ohio Valley Tennis Association for capturing the 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Boys 18 District Team Cup a second consecutive year in 18-and-under competition, held June at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Mi. Juniors competing on each district team are selected to participate based on their ranking, tournament play, character, and sportsmanship. The USTA/Midwest Section Boys 18 District Team Cup event started in Douglas Barnard of the Central Indiana Tennis Association received the individual sportsmanship award presented at the conclusion of the competition to an individual based on the highest standards of character, conduct, sportsmanship, and appearance both on and off the court. Following are the final standings: 1. Ohio Valley 8. Northern Indiana 2. Chicago 9. Southeastern Michigan 3. Western Michigan 10. Northeastern Michigan 4. Wisconsin 11. Northern Illinois 5. Central Indiana 12. Northern Michigan 6. Middle Illinois 13. Northwestern Ohio 7. Northeastern Ohio 14. Southern Illinois The fourth annual USTA/Midwest Section Junior Boys and Girls 12 District Team Cup was held at Center Grove High School in Greenwood, In., from June The Central Indiana Tennis Association won the championship title. Co-ed teams comprised of the best 12-and-under boys and girls from 11 of the section s 14 Districts participated in the event. Juniors that competed on each team were selected to participate based on requirements determined by each district. The girl sportsmanship award was presented to McKenna Root from the Northeastern Michigan Tennis Association while the boy sportsmanship award recipient was Michael Udell from the Northwestern Ohio Tennis Association. Also, the team sportsmanship was awarded to the Central Indiana Tennis Association. Following are the final standings: 1. Central Indiana 2. Wisconsin 3. Ohio Valley 4. Southeastern Michigan Other teams participating: Chicago Northern Illinois Northern Indiana Western Michigan Northeastern Michigan Northeastern Ohio Northwestern Ohio Boys 18 District Team Cup Boys 18 District Team Cup Champions from Ohio Valley (Back l-r): Tyler Cempre, Joey Fritz, Peter Kobelt, Patrick Bandy and Wyatt Lippert. (Front l-r): Coach Rusty Schubert, Andy Jackson, Ryan Bandy, Richard Canelas, Jimmy Roebker, Jonathan Gaffney and Assistant Coach Matt Dektas. Central Indiana Champions Back (l-r): Sameer Kumar, Luke Wojtalik, Riley Reist, Jeffrey Chen and Coach Bryan Smith. Front (l-r): Jasmine Lee, Kathryn Godfrey, Bailey Padgett and Brooke Austin. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 27

28 USTA Jr. Team Tennis Section Championships; Teams Battle for Titles at Premier Midwest Competition Eighty-seven teams and approximately 700 junior tennis players battled for titles at the 2008 USTA/Midwest Section USTA Jr. Team Tennis Championships held August 8-10 in Indianapolis, In. The Barbara Wynne Tennis Center located at North Central High School and Carmel High School served as host sites for the competition. The players and coaches were ready for action despite the warm and humid weather during the weekend event. The 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Jr. Team Tennis Championships consisted of play in the following Divisions: 18-and-under (intermediate and advanced players age years), 14-and-under (intermediate and advanced players age years), 12-and-under (intermediate and advanced players 12 years and younger), and 10-and-under Open Division. Team matches consisted of one set each of boys and girls singles, boys and girls doubles, and two sets of mixed doubles. Team scoring is based on cumulative games won. In addition to plenty of tennis matches, a new component to this year s championship was a player s lounge set up with games and refreshments at the Barbara Wynne Tennis Center located at North Central High School. Team and player sportsmanship are an important part of the championship event. Sportsmanship awards were again presented to a boy, girl and team in each of the age divisions. The winning teams from the 14-and-under Intermediate and Advanced Divisions were invited to compete in a USTA Jr. Team Tennis National Championships held October 23-26, 2008, in Mobile, Al. The winning teams from the 18-and-under Intermediate and Advanced Divisions had the opportunity to compete at the 2008 USTA Jr. Team Tennis National Championships in Mobile, Al., from October 30-November 2. Congratulations to the New Albany Country Club team for bringing home the championship title in the Advanced 18-and-under championship event for the second straight year. Plans are underway for the 2009 USTA/Midwest Section USTA Jr. Team Tennis Championships set for August 7-9, and the goal is to make it the best event yet. 12-and-Under Advanced Champion: IRC Volleys Indianapolis, In. Back (l-r): Coach Steve Moe, J.T. Wynne, Gina Vuotto, Claire Reifeis, Alex Bertolini and Coach Jenny Reifeis. Front (l-r): Molly Fletchall, William Reifeis and Matthew Moe. 14-and-Under Intermediate Champion: Wii Ace Granger, In. Back (l-r): Brad Walter, Aaron Zaderej, Coach Carla Meekhof and Sean Anderson. Front (l-r): Madelyn Lee, Haley Meekhof and Bailey Denton. 14-and-Under Advanced Champion: FCRC Dreamers Green Bay, Wi. Back (l-r): Coach Dan Oliver. Middle (l-r): Alan Sweet, Nick Allen, Alex Sweet, Michael Lukas and David Jumes. Front (l-r): Karlin Nashund, Kelly Stymiest, Grace Davis and Shannon Ettes. 10-and-Under Open Champion: Chagrin Valley Athletic Club Chagrin Valley, Oh. (l-r): David Groeden, Parker Banning, Gavin Aten, Caroline Dickinson, Elena Neal and Shannon O Brien. 18-and-Under Intermediate Champion: LeClub 1 Milwaukee, Wi. Back (l-r): Coach Chip Liefert. Middle (l-r): Holden Sherer, Evan Giesemann, Trevor Katzban, Michael Camilleri and Alex Smith. Front (l-r): Lucy Bartlett, Saira Khanna and Karli Wittenberg. 12-and-Under Intermediate Champion: Racquet Club of Columbus Columbus, Oh. (l-r): Claire Metka, Amber Lee, Olivia Kompa, Arjun Venkataraman, Kevin Beattie and Shabach Tyus. 18-and-Under Advanced Champion: New Albany Country Club New Albany, Oh. Back (l-r): Peter Kobelt and Coach Kortney Keith. Middle (l-r): Alex Solove, Riyad Bennoui, John Buell and Sam Romanoff. Front (l-r): Amy Nini, Meghan Buell and Maddie Kobelt. 28 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

29 USTA School Tennis and USTA NJTL USTA Tennis NJTL The USTA Tennis National Junior Tennis League (NJTL) provides entry level lessons and beginning competition to youngsters throughout the nation. In 2008, there were 42 registered USTA NJTL chapters and programs throughout the USTA/Midwest Section. Congratulations to NJTL of Indianapolis for being selected as one of three 2008 USTA/NJTL Chapter of the Year Award recipients. The USTA recognizes chapters and programs at three different budget levels to reward those facilities that are able to do more with less. NJTL of Indianapolis won in the $50,000-$500,000 budget level. Also, the Milwaukee Tennis & Education Foundation was awarded a second Ford Foundation Community Building Through Tennis Initiative program grant last year. The initiative focuses around the belief that local NJTL chapters can use traditional and non-traditional tennis facilities, coupled with innovative programming and partnerships, to become vital community resources in shifting sands neighborhoods. Youth who participate in a local USTA Tennis NJTL Chapter have the opportunity to enter the annual Arthur Ashe Essay Contest. Participants from USTA Tennis NJTL Chapters around the country submit an essay for the chance to receive an all-expense trip to New York for Arthur Ashe Kids Day at the US Open. In 2008, Caitlyn Harris of Chicago, Il., was selected as a national winner and attended Arthur Ashe Kids Day. Last year artwork was also added as a new submission category. Havalah Edwards of Indianapolis, In., was chosen as a national winner in this category, and received a commemorative plaque. To enter the 2009 Arthur Ashe Essay Contest contact your nearest USTA Tennis NJTL Chapter or the USTA/ Midwest Section office. Each year, College Educational Scholarships, Individual Player Scholarships, and Summer Tennis Camp Scholarships are awarded to participants in USTA programs including USTA Tennis NJTL. Please check with the USTA/Midwest Section office for more information on grants. USTA School Tennis This program was introduced across the country in 1985 as a way to bring the sport of a lifetime, tennis, to children in school through their physical education classes. In the Midwest alone, there are over eight million children enrolled in elementary, middle and high schools, both public and private. The USTA/Midwest Section and the USTA have a way of introducing tennis to all of these children with an in-school and afterschool environment. The USTA/Midwest Section School Tennis program trained 158 teachers, reached 48,505 students and brought 174 organization memberships in During this time, nearly 3,000 racquets and 350 dozen transition tennis balls were distributed throughout the Midwest for use by teachers in their classes. As a participating school, physical education teachers can take advantage of the following benefits: Professionally conducted teacher training workshops USTA School Tennis Curriculum Guide, DVD, Station Cards, Quick Reference Guide and newsletters Assistance in meeting equipment needs Access to after-school and intramural program grants Student eligibility for scholarships There are also USTA/Midwest Section USTA School Tennis Grants and After School Program Grants available. The school grant is awarded to physical educators who need help purchasing equipment to deliver tennis in their curriculum. An after-school program grant provides funds for tennis organizer stipends, and to offset expenses incurred in launching or expanding a program. Interested in learning how your school can be involved and eligible for all of these exciting opportunities? For more information, please contact the USTA/Midwest Section at In-service training for Indianapolis physical education teachers. Kids and Milwaukee mayor Gene Mayer participating in a NJTL Regional Rally in Milwaukee. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 29

30 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Sportsmanship Award Winners USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 12 Brice Polender Lake Bluff, IL Girls 12 Mary Haffey Westfield, IN USTA/Midwest Section 10 & Under Invitational Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 14 Nathan Jacobson Winnetka, IL Girls 14 Michelle De Meo Burr Ridge, IL Boys 16 Douglas Barnard Indianapolis, IN USTA/Midwest Section Junior Fall Closed Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Katarina Lingl Rochester Hills, MI Boys 18 Sam Ecker Mequon, WI Girls 18 Nida Hamilton Oak Brook, IL USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Indoor Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 10 Girls 10 Boys 10 Girls 10 Jonathan Hornett Lauryn Padgett Nicholas Marino Zoe Spence Marion, IN Carmel, IN Northbrook, IL Chicago, IL USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Indoor Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 10 Johnathan Small Midland, MI Girls 10 Annie Porritt Brookfield, WI Boys 12 Jacob Dunbar Medina, OH Girls 12 Bridget Bellissimo Middleton, WI Boys 14 Ronnie Schneider Bloomington, IN Girls 14 Rachel Nelson Big Prairie, OH USTA/Midwest Section Level 3 Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 16 Ryne Dushane Holland, MI Girls 16 Ellen Silver Grand Rapids, MI Boys 18 Michael Moore Glenview, IL Girls 18 Katie Pleiman Dayton, OH Boys 12 Girls 12 Boys 14 Girls 14 Boys 16 Tyler Klepach Courtney Lang Arthur Ozaga Olga Wroblewski Justin Olexa Centerville, OH Hoffman Estates, IL Wilmette, IL Chicago, IL Lincolnshire, IL USTA/Midwest Section Junior Winter Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Marissa Cloutier Grosse Ile, MI Boys 18 Nicholas Buckley Mequon, WI Girls 18 Katie Klyczek Munster, IN Boys 12 Jeffrey Chen Carmel, IN Girls 12 Bridget Bellissimo Middleton, WI Boys 14 Tyler Richmond Kalamazoo, MI Girls 16 Out of Section Boys 16 Ethan Dunbar Medina, OH USTA/Midwest Section Junior Open Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Kayla Fujimoto Geneva, IL Boys 18 Will Petrie Columbus, OH Girls 18 Kate Turvy Dublin, OH Boys 12 David Beasley Greenwood, IN Girls 12 Brooke Broda West Chester, OH Boys 14 Robert Jacobson Winnetka, IL Girls 14 Lauren Thai Galloway, OH Boys 16 Eric Bruynseels River Forest, IL USTA/Midwest Section Designated January Series Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Audrey O Connor Park Ridge, IL Boys 18 Andrew Jung Battle Creek, MI Girls 18 Jill Pastunink Zeeland, MI 30 Boys 12 Austin Hussey Union, KY Girls 12 Zoe Spence Chicago, IL Boys 14 Miguel Cepeda Mason, OH Girls 14 Brooke Austin Indianapolis, IN Boys 16 James Li Wheaton, IL w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com Girls 16 Nicole Janek Clarkston, MI Boys 18 Michael Sukenik Grand Rapids, MI Girls 18 Caroline Bauer Winnetka, IL

31 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Sportsmanship Award Winners USTA/Midwest Section Designated March Series Sportsmanship Award Winners Boys 12 Alex Galustian Glencoe, IL Girls 12 Alexandria Chatt Western Springs, IL Boys 14 Jay Joshi Oakland Township, MI Girls 14 Emma Li Wheaton, IL Boys 16 Zachary Mueck West Chester, OH USTA/Midwest Section Junior Fall Closed Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Alyson Coran Mequon, WI Boys 18 Richard Canelas Fort Thomas, KY Girls 18 Jill Pastunink Zeeland, MI Boys 12 Jonathan Small Midland, MI Girls 12 Lauren Goodman Ft. Wayne, IN Boys 14 Ronnie Schneider Bloomington, IN Girls 14 Grace Tapak Hinsdale, IL Boys 16 Alex Toliver Indianapolis, IN USTA/Midwest Section Junior Indoor Open Championships Sportsmanship Award Winners Girls 16 Jerricka Boone Chicago, IL Boys 18 Ethan Dunbar Medina, OH Girls 18 Kate Turvy Dublin, OH Boys 12 Brice Polender Lake Bluff, IL Girls 12 Tiffany Chen Naperville, IL USTA Zone Team Championships Boys and Girls 12 in Lancaster, PA Boys 14 Michael Selitto Glenview, IL Girls 14 Sydney Liggins Caledonia, MI Boys 16 Nick Szczurek Lemont, IL USTA Zone Team Championships Boys and Girls 14 in Raleigh, NC Girls 16 Lizzie Oosterbaan Kalamazoo, MI Boys 18 Joey Fritz Cincinnati, OH Girls 18 Caroline Hedrick Columbus, IN USTA Zone Team Championships Boys and Girls 16 in St. Louis, MO Boys Max Fliegner Clarkston, MI Girls Mollie Fox Bloomfield Hills, MI Boys Nathan Jacobson Winnetka, IL Girls Olivia Boesing Floyds Knobs, IN Boys Joe Dube Livonia, MI Girls Kelsey Dieters Shelby Township, MI w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 31

32 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Girls Rankings Alyvia M. Jones Claire P. Reifeis Cassie Mercer Brooke Austin Girls 10 Singles 1. Alyvia M. Jones, Midland, MI, 907, 05/03/ Zoe Rose Spence, Chicago, IL, 760, 06/03/ Isabella Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 735, 02/22/ Anna Kreynin, Mequon, WI, 637, 01/04/ Claire P. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 637, 08/18/ Dominique Vasile, Oakland, MI, 628, 06/18/ Marybeth Hurley, Novi, MI, 578, 12/30/ Alexandra Sanford, Westerville, OH, 545, 01/05/ Natalie L. Allen, Beavercreek, OH, 521, 03/16/ Olivia Grace Rohrbacher, Sandusky, OH, 509, 03/08/ Kate Ketels, Kalamazoo, MI, 500, 04/10/ Jennifer Anne Skonieczny, Cedarburg, WI, 488, 12/21/ Emily S. Thomas, Cincinnati, OH, 484, 02/07/ Alexandra Cash, New Albany, OH, 482, 10/26/ Coco Tzakis, Naperville, IL, 428, 12/03/ Kiersten Marete Carlson, Westfield, IN, 387, 12/04/ Amanda Huser, Mason, OH, 379, 02/02/ Abby M. King, Grosse Ile, MI, 377, 04/06/ Abigail Desiatnikov, Gates Mills, OH, 376, 01/22/ Madison R. Kohnke, Bayside, WI, 375, 09/06/ Alexis Ann Merrill, Traverse City, MI, 372, 03/03/ Alicia M. Nahhas, Sylvania, OH, 369, 01/06/ Meg Anne Kowalski, La Grange, IL, 351, 11/19/ Chiara Lommer, Glenview, IL, 335, 08/26/ Sara Kate Daavettila, Williamston, MI, 330, 12/17/ Claudia Althans, Chagrin Falls, OH, 314, 07/08/ Molly Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 300, 07/16/ Jaida Marie Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 298, 04/29/ Sasha Raquel Hartje, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 295, 04/06/ Alisa Sabotic, East Lansing, MI, 295, 07/18/ Shannon Elizabeth O Brien, Chagrin Falls, OH, 292, 05/29/ Evangeline Shannon, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, 287, 12/08/ Jennifer Nicole Duma, Cincinnati, OH, 279, 11/14/ Carly Jeane Hopkins, Marion, IL, 276, 05/12/ Ashley Berry, Shelby Township, MI, 274, 09/05/ Maeve Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 265, 07/31/ Catherine Leigh Areklett, Gates Mills, OH, 264, 07/16/ Amelia Cogan, Batavia, IL, 260, 06/05/ Katya Townsend, Flushing, MI, 260, 05/28/ Eliza Ivanova Kirov, Lincolnwood, IL, 256, 07/02/ Ashley Mary Jonathan, Carmel, IN, 256, 12/01/ Maureen J. Schick, Oneida, WI, 255, 03/27/ Amanda Bandrowski, Traverse City, MI, 251, 10/10/ Nina Lanyu Zhang, Detroit, MI, 251, 07/23/ Allison Cara Motea, Oakland, MI, 251, 04/30/ Sophia H. Abelson, West Bloomfield, MI, 250, 06/16/ Alexandra Sara Pollack, Mequon, WI, 248, 12/23/ Reeshma Kumar, Ann Arbor, MI, 248, 03/10/ Sophie Krings, New Albany, OH, 248, 11/19/ Sarah Swiderski, Barrington, IL, 248, 07/19/ Camille Townsend, Flushing, MI, 244, 05/28/ Grace Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 243, 10/01/ Elizabeth Williams, Charleston, WV, 243, 10/23/ Morgan A. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 240, 07/21/ Erika Oku, Hinsdale, IL, 234, 01/05/ Makela Saoirse Hughes, Columbus, OH, 229, 01/17/ Kyra Foster, Fort Wayne, IN, 224, 07/25/ Brienne Alexandra Minor, Mundelein, IL, 220, 11/25/ Lauren E. Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 220, 11/04/ Elysia Bolton, Lake Forest, IL, 216, 03/24/ Alexandra Taylor Sharpe, Okemos, MI, 214, 12/18/ Francesca Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 214, 07/22/ Meredith Breda, Cincinnati, OH, 213, 10/11/ Sheridan White, Vienna, WV, 212, 02/13/ Dasha O Brien, Mequon, WI, 210, 12/16/ Ana Sprajcer, La Grange Highlands, IL, 208, 06/16/1997 Girls 10 Individual Rankings 1. Claire P. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 357, 08/18/ Grace Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 232, 10/01/ Regan Wagner, Indianapolis, IN, 156, 09/12/ Kiersten Marete Carlson, Westfield, IN, 143, 12/04/ Lauren E. Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 133, 11/04/ Sydney Roach, Indianapolis, IN, 102, 08/25/ Maeve Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 83, 07/31/ Sophie Krings, New Albany, OH, 75, 11/19/ Molly Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 60, 07/16/ Alexandra Cash, New Albany, OH, 60, 10/26/1998 Girls 12 Singles 1. Cassie Mercer, Huntington, WV, 1745, 02/25/ Sierra J. Stone, Powell, OH, 1575, 10/04/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 1410, 12/17/ Caroline M. Ryba, Glenview, IL, 1315, 06/28/ Elizabeth Konon, Mequon, WI, 1305, 07/28/ Brooke K. Broda, West Chester, OH, 1160, 10/10/ Bridget L. Bellissimo, Middleton, WI, 1125, 04/11/ Mary Hanna, Saline, MI, 1115, 11/08/ Lexi Baylis, Clarkston, MI, 1065, 10/16/ Brooke I. Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 1065, 02/12/ Mehvish Safdar, Mason, OH, 1038, 09/14/ Elizabeth Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 990, 01/08/ Julia N. Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 980, 10/20/ Lauren R. Goodman, Fort Wayne, IN, 970, 11/01/ Sophia H. Abelson, West Bloomfield, MI, 965, 06/16/ Emily N. Struble, Holt, MI, 938, 07/08/ Madelyn Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 935, 09/23/ Ally Miller-Krasilnikov, North Canton, OH, 925, 09/21/ Alexandria S. Najarian, Birmingham, MI, 910, 03/20/ Mardee J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 890, 10/22/ Sydney P. Liggins, Caledonia, MI, 875, 12/02/ Gabriela Rosales, Munster, IN, 875, 03/08/ Grace E. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 870, 12/31/ Jessica Michelle Rooth, Munster, IN, 865, 10/06/ Meredith Goshell, Carmel, IN, 850, 03/04/ Olivia Myers, Belmont, OH, 845, 08/25/ Emma R. Stein, Dublin, OH, 845, 05/18/ Zoe Rose Spence, Chicago, IL, 835, 06/03/ Winifred Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 810, 07/21/ McKenna Alexandra Root, Midland, MI, 795, 03/03/ Alexxis P. Kiven, Buffalo Grove, IL, 790, 09/04/ Sara Kate Daavettila, Williamston, MI, 790, 12/17/ Meredith Kimbell Laskey, Fort Thomas, KY, 785, 10/02/ Alexandria Chatt, Western Springs, IL, 765, 09/28/ Alexandra Taylor Sharpe, Okemos, MI, 758, 12/18/ Christina Auyeung, Midland, MI, 745, 10/30/ Christina Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 720, 08/11/ Brienne Alexandra Minor, Mundelein, IL, 715, 11/25/ Amanda K. Studnicki, Normal, IL, 695, 02/22/ Elizabeth Joan Brozovich, Fort Gratiot, MI, 693, 02/19/ Mary Beth King, Naperville, IL, 690, 08/09/ Lauren Marie Lomax, Portage, MI, 680, 04/28/ Tiffany Huber, West Bloomfield, MI, 665, 10/09/ Carol L. Finke, Glencoe, IL, 659, 02/18/ Amina Ismail, Maineville, OH, 655, 12/15/ Leah Tzakis, Naperville, IL, 625, 11/08/ Natalie Marie Arcoria, Hudson, OH, 618, 06/21/ Jasmine Lee, Newburgh, IN, 605, 10/26/ Mollie A. Fox, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 590, 07/25/ Natalie R. Whalen, Chicago, IL, 585, 01/11/ Davina Phuonghanh Nguyen, Shelby Township, MI, 585, 09/08/ Mary Haffey, Westfield, IN, 585, 11/04/ Kennedy A. Shaffer, Rossford, OH, 585, 05/21/ Alyvia M. Jones, Midland, MI, 583, 05/03/ Anna Sanford, Westerville, OH, 578, 01/28/ Lauren K. Ghidotti, Dublin, OH, 570, 01/25/ Alexandra Solovyev, Wheaton, IL, 568, 08/01/ Kathryn Godfrey, Carmel, IN, 555, 07/12/ Meili Martin, Proctorville, OH, 553, 10/09/ Alexis N. Jones, Chicago, IL, 538, 03/14/ Abby L. Perkins, Mason, MI, 538, 11/29/ Natalie M. Weaver, Mentor, OH, 537, 12/23/ Audrey Berger, Upper Arlington, OH, 530, 11/11/ Zoe Kasiurak, Hoffman Estates, IL, 530, 07/28/ Courtney M. Lang, Hoffman Estates, IL, 518, 03/12/ Carla O Byrne, Chicago, IL, 515, 11/16/ Kendall N. Kirsch, Long Grove, IL, 503, 02/19/ Colleen O Brien, Ann Arbor, MI, 476, 06/20/ Sydney Rachel Nowak, Algonquin, IL, 473, 04/03/ Cass Goldner, Naperville, IL, 473, 10/30/ Audrey C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 462, 11/01/ Christina Jordan, Farmington Hills, MI, 450, 03/03/ Lauryn Padgett, Carmel, IN, 446, 03/14/ Danielle Briana Vasiliev, Buffalo Grove, IL, 440, 04/23/ Disha Yellayi, Brecksville, OH, 438, 03/21/ Meghan C. Linehan, Green Bay, WI, 432, 09/04/ Megan Joyce Miller, Sylvania, OH, 430, 12/23/ Courtney A. Brown, Dublin, OH, 429, 08/27/ Kristen Dempsey, Zanesville, OH, 428, 12/10/ Nicole M. Soutar, West Chester, OH, 425, 06/05/ Emilie E. Bush, Hinsdale, IL, 424, 05/03/ Caroline Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, 423, 09/05/ Cindy Liu, Naperville, IL, 420, 11/16/ Alexis Bauer, Shorewood, IL, 418, 07/12/ Madeline Bissett, Grand Rapids, MI, 417, 02/27/ Megan A. Humphreys, Pleasant Prairie, WI, 410, 08/16/ Cassandra A. Powell, Vienna, WV, 405, 08/08/ Anna L. Fouts, Kalamazoo, MI, 401, 03/11/ Kristen Thoms, La Grange, IL, 395, 04/07/ Teagan Savage McNamara, Maumee, OH, 395, 05/20/ Kerry Hu, West Bloomfield, MI, 394, 10/14/ Jennifer Gates, Bartlett, IL, 387, 02/23/ Cricket Geldermann, Lake Geneva, WI, 385, 09/10/ Sara Elisabeth Miller, Bayside, WI, 382, 07/14/ Lauren H. Thai, Galloway, OH, 380, 05/24/ Adrian Elizabeth Young, Chagrin Falls, OH, 380, 10/22/ Molly Engel, Fox Point, WI, 379, 07/22/ Nina Cepeda, Mason, OH, 375, 05/12/ Elizabeth Staley, Cincinnati, OH, 370, 07/17/ Annemarie Emme, Glenview, IL, 368, 06/14/ Nikki Heiniger, Munster, IN, 358, 05/27/ Maria Avgerinos, Elmhurst, IL, 355, 09/24/ Peyton Young, Richmond, IN, 355, 08/27/ Claire P. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 353, 08/18/ Madison L. Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 350, 10/05/ Riti Vohra, Naperville, IL, 347, 07/30/ Madalyn M. Mueck, West Chester, OH, 344, 06/13/ Sophia Neringa Petrunas, Richmond Hts, OH, 344, 12/07/ Allison Hansen, Champaign, IL, 343, 07/22/ Josie Cynthia Docalavich, Mequon, WI, 343, 04/14/ Ellie Marie Zimmermann, Green Bay, WI, 339, 02/14/ Waverly Wituski, Springboro, OH, 338, 12/26/ Lauren B. Whitlatch, Bloomington, IN, 335, 09/08/ Tyra Marie Buss, Mount Carmel, IL, 334, 04/25/ Victoria Falk, Lake Forest, IL, 330, 03/05/ Abigail M. Shonk, Saint Clair, MI, 327, 06/28/ Beatrice Konstan, Akron, OH, 326, 05/29/ Natasha Elizabeth Birze, Chagrin Falls, OH, 325, 10/24/ Katherine Farris, Springfield, IL, 324, 02/08/ Ashleigh R. Reinbold, Charlotte, MI, 324, 03/24/ Alexia Petrovic, Burr Ridge, IL, 319, 04/23/ Dominique Vasile, Oakland, MI, 319, 06/18/ Christine Ann Pavlov, Darien, IL, 319, 12/10/ Isabella Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 317, 02/22/ Adorabol Diamon Liegh Huckleby, Detroit, MI, 311, 05/28/ Emily J. Mone, Bayside, WI, 307, 04/17/ Draga Sabotic, East Lansing, MI, 307, 10/24/ Vanessa Madrigal, Highland, IN, 305, 08/18/ Emily Nghiem, Franklin, MI, 304, 10/03/ Marybeth Hurley, Novi, MI, 304, 12/30/ Isabella T. Spindler, Clarkston, MI, 303, 10/02/ Carly Pratt, Kalamazoo, MI, 303, 08/17/ Ashley Thai, Galloway, OH, 302, 08/30/ Tiffany Chen, Naperville, IL, 301, 04/13/ Cassidy M. Hicks, Hamilton, OH, 298, 08/10/ Kathleen E. Hebble, Sellersburg, IN, 297, 12/26/ Sydney Marie Patton, Williamston, MI, 297, 03/04/ Kathryn M. Lee, Oak Brook, IL, 294, 06/28/ Alexandra R. Patton, Williamston, MI, 292, 08/16/ Mollie Alaine Miller, Portsmouth, OH, 292, 01/11/ Rochell Marie Issa, Maumee, OH, 290, 12/10/ Arien Paige Kissinger, Saint Joseph, MI, 285, 11/06/ Nina Gerard, Bayside, WI, 285, 11/12/ Andrea V. Ballinger, Columbus, OH, 285, 11/30/ Jane Haffer, New Albany, OH, 282, 11/09/ Molly Fletchall, Carmel, IN, 280, 05/06/ Gina Marie Vuotto, Fortville, IN, 277, 05/21/ Abigail Desiatnikov, Gates Mills, OH, 277, 01/22/ Rhiannon Marie James, Dublin, OH, 277, 08/12/ Lexi A. Welton, Naperville, IL, 275, 07/18/ Rachel Sutton, Fort Wayne, IN, 275, 07/14/ Darnesha Jeanell Moore, Chicago, IL, 273, 08/02/ Bianca Moldovan, Livonia, MI, 272, 08/04/ Holly Meers, Lake Forest, IL, 272, 10/15/ Madison Amalia Ballard, Fenton, MI, 271, 06/20/ Amanda Ahmed, Granger, IN, 271, 11/14/ Bridgid McGuire, Slinger, WI, 270, 02/22/ Jaida Marie Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 270, 04/29/ Jamie Vizelman, Highland Hts, OH, 269, 04/11/ Amanda Lynn Moore, Hudsonville, MI, 269, 01/20/ Julia C. Dunbar, Westlake, OH, 268, 12/19/ Danielle L. Buchinsky, Solon, OH, 266, 02/22/ Kelsey Shipman, Olney, IL, 265, 05/01/ Sydney Green, Richmond Heights, OH, 264, 02/25/ Paige E. Dewitt, Loveland, OH, 264, 12/11/ Kirby Einck, Geneva, IL, 264, 01/21/ Michelle B. Tulchinskaya, Buffalo Grove, IL, 261, 10/26/ Michelle De Meo, Burr Ridge, IL, 260, 05/17/ Caroline J. Combs, Indianapolis, IN, 260, 10/03/ Livia Jo Christman, Otsego, MI, 259, 08/11/ Kate Ketels, Kalamazoo, MI, 257, 04/10/ Brigitte Hodge, Indianapolis, IN, 256, 12/30/ Audra Kristine Hoffmann, Kohler, WI, 256, 04/17/ Francesca Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 256, 07/22/ Emily Grace Stefancic, Sugar Grove, IL, 255, 08/16/ Kelly Kennedy, Valparaiso, IN, 255, 03/18/ Alexa P. Sweeney, Fort Gratiot, MI, 252, 11/20/ Alexandra Katherine Griebling, Lexington, OH, 252, 11/19/ Keisha R. Clousing, Wheaton, IL, 250, 09/02/ Natalie L. Allen, Beavercreek, OH, 249, 03/16/ Kate E. Huck, Huntington, WV, 248, 11/13/ Cristina Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 248, 08/06/ Sarah Swiderski, Barrington, IL, 248, 07/19/ Sarah G. Adler, Pepper Pike, OH, 247, 08/15/ Nora Jaara, Sylvania, OH, 247, 09/14/ Danielle Wolf, Loveland, OH, 246, 12/18/ Claudia Althans, Chagrin Falls, OH, 244, 07/08/ Nicole Feltz, Fond du Lac, WI, 244, 03/14/ Brooke Willard, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, 240, 09/03/ Kirsten E. White, Charleston, WV, 240, 03/28/ Bailey Anne Klipsch, Evansville, IN, 237, 03/18/ Veronica Simone Dodds, South Holland, IL, 236, 08/03/ Alex D. Talyansky, Mequon, WI, 235, 02/26/ Danielle Romano, Northville, MI, 234, 04/22/ Kaylin Dong, Vernon Hills, IL, 233, 03/08/ Lisa Chionis, Palos Heights, IL, 233, 09/29/ Jennifer Anne Skonieczny, Cedarburg, WI, 232, 12/21/ Denise Carmen Azcui, Bloomington, IN, 230, 06/20/ Caitlyn Elizabeth Merzbacher, Dublin, OH, 230, 12/16/ Grace Fox Kallenberg, Cincinnati, OH, 229, 08/22/ Carmella Akili Goree, Detroit, MI, 229, 01/25/ Daniella A. Reyes, Burr Ridge, IL, 228, 08/11/ Brittney Lovdal, Cincinnati, OH, 228, 02/02/ Haley Thoresen, Wyoming, OH, 228, 01/18/ Sidnay Huck, Anderson, IN, 227, 07/22/ Margo M. Wolf, Cincinnati, OH, 227, 04/30/ Sydney F. King, Grosse Ile, MI, 224, 04/09/ Iana D. Panovkina, Wilmette, IL, 224, 06/17/ Laura Friend Swenson, Winnetka, IL, 224, 12/20/ Sabrina B.A. Becker, Salem, IL, 223, 01/12/ Eanna McAdon, Midland, MI, 221, 10/02/ Emily A. Barretta, Winnetka, IL, 220, 06/30/ Coco Tzakis, Naperville, IL, 220, 12/03/ Alexandra Sanford, Westerville, OH, 219, 01/05/ Kathryn A. Dunleavy, Farmington Hills, MI, 218, 11/19/ Allison Rae Lessner, Flossmoor, IL, 218, 05/16/ Erin Marie Hrivnak, Avon Lake, OH, 217, 11/25/ Anika Phatick Mukherji, Northville, MI, 217, 06/30/ Zoe Manion, Lincolnshire, IL, 217, 10/15/ Michelle Rose Linden, Barrington, IL, 216, 02/14/ Gabrielle Kristine Mann, Jacksonville, IL, 214, 04/21/ Beniva Jasmine Ganther, Columbus, OH, 214, 09/26/ Heather Anne Ciskowski, Lake Barrington, IL, 211, 11/19/ Caitlyn Schaffer-Harris, Chicago, IL, 210, 05/13/ Taylor Makenzie Culbertson, Springfield, OH, 209, 09/06/ Abby Marie Brady, Indianapolis, IN, 208, 05/26/ Brigitte Swartwood, Evansville, IN, 208, 09/22/ Grace Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 208, 10/01/ Vistella Antonova Bozhilova, Hinsdale, IL, 208, 01/02/ Kate Cvetkovski, Shelby Twp, MI, 208, 07/24/ Jillian Fledderman, Greenwood, IN, 208, 11/25/ Caroline Maltby, Glen Ellyn, IL, 206, 05/07/ Taylor Kristen Bolyard, Kenosha, WI, 204, 05/06/ Jessica Seibold, Cincinnati, OH, 201, 10/21/ Carolyn J. McCullen, Westland, MI, 201, 04/26/ Jessica Ritchie, Glencoe, IL, 200, 11/26/ Francesca Anne Basha, Fort Gratiot, MI, 200, 10/10/ Anna Kreynin, Mequon, WI, 200, 01/04/ Haley Wilcox, Oak Forest, IL, 200, 11/29/ Madeline Rose Kahn, Northbrook, IL, 200, 04/08/1998 Girls 12 Individual Doubles 1. Brooke I. Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 990, 02/12/ Bridget L. Bellissimo, Middleton, WI, 945, 04/11/ Brooke K. Broda, West Chester, OH, 940, 10/10/ Meredith Kimbell Laskey, Fort Thomas, KY, 940, 10/02/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 915, 12/17/ Sierra J. Stone, Powell, OH, 870, 10/04/ Cassie Mercer, Huntington, WV, 870, 02/25/ Elizabeth Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 830, 01/08/ Mardee J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 755, 10/22/ Sydney P. Liggins, Caledonia, MI, 700, 12/02/ Alexandria S. Najarian, Birmingham, MI, 685, 03/20/ Ally Miller-Krasilnikov, North Canton, OH, 670, 09/21/ Brienne Alexandra Minor, Mundelein, IL, 670, 11/25/ Emma R. Stein, Dublin, OH, 645, 05/18/ Sophia H. Abelson, West Bloomfield, MI, 635, 06/16/ Grace E. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 615, 12/31/ Christina Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 610, 08/11/ Keisha R. Clousing, Wheaton, IL, 600, 09/02/ Elizabeth Konon, Mequon, WI, 598, 07/28/ Audrey Berger, Upper Arlington, OH, 585, 11/11/ Mehvish Safdar, Mason, OH, 585, 09/14/ Sara Kate Daavettila, Williamston, MI, 570, 12/17/ Emily N. Struble, Holt, MI, 540, 07/08/ Elizabeth Joan Brozovich, Fort Gratiot, MI, 525, 02/19/ Audrey C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 508, 11/01/ Lexi Baylis, Clarkston, MI, 505, 10/16/ Mollie A. Fox, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 495, 07/25/ Alexandria Chatt, Western Springs, IL, 495, 09/28/ Meredith Goshell, Carmel, IN, 495, 03/04/ Cricket Geldermann, Lake Geneva, WI, 485, 09/10/ Jasmine Lee, Newburgh, IN, 480, 10/26/ Winifred Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 465, 07/21/ Lauren R. Goodman, Fort Wayne, IN, 463, 11/01/ Alexandra Taylor Sharpe, Okemos, MI, 445, 12/18/ Mary Haffey, Westfield, IN, 445, 11/04/ Amina Ismail, Maineville, OH, 435, 12/15/ Christina Auyeung, Midland, MI, 435, 10/30/ Olivia Myers, Belmont, OH, 430, 08/25/ Mary Hanna, Saline, MI, 430, 11/08/ Zoe Rose Spence, Chicago, IL, 430, 06/03/ McKenna Alexandra Root, Midland, MI, 420, 03/03/ Lauren Marie Lomax, Portage, MI, 420, 04/28/ Alexxis P. Kiven, Buffalo Grove, IL, 410, 09/04/ Julia N. Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 405, 10/20/ Madelyn Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 405, 09/23/ Nina Cepeda, Mason, OH, 375, 05/12/ Abby Marie Brady, Indianapolis, IN, 372, 05/26/ Natalie R. Whalen, Chicago, IL, 345, 01/11/ Gabriela Rosales, Munster, IN, 345, 03/08/ Madalyn M. Mueck, West Chester, OH, 341, 06/13/ Claire P. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 341, 08/18/ Caroline M. Ryba, Glenview, IL, 335, 06/28/ Kathryn Godfrey, Carmel, IN, 315, 07/12/ Waverly Wituski, Springboro, OH, 313, 12/26/ Bianca Moldovan, Livonia, MI, 300, 08/04/ Davina Phuonghanh Nguyen, Shelby Township, MI, 300, 09/08/ Teagan Savage McNamara, Maumee, OH, 295, 05/20/ Julia C. Dunbar, Westlake, OH, 285, 12/19/ Carol L. Finke, Glencoe, IL, 284, 02/18/ Megan Joyce Miller, Sylvania, OH, 282, 12/23/ Danielle Wolf, Loveland, OH, 279, 12/18/ Tiffany Huber, West Bloomfield, MI, 260, 10/09/ Carla O Byrne, Chicago, IL, 260, 11/16/ Carly Pratt, Kalamazoo, MI, 240, 08/17/ Maria Avgerinos, Elmhurst, IL, 240, 09/24/ Natalie Marie Arcoria, Hudson, OH, 238, 06/21/ Peyton Young, Richmond, IN, 238, 08/27/ Victoria Falk, Lake Forest, IL, 234, 03/05/ Grace Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 232, 10/01/ Madison L. Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 230, 10/05/ Laurel Christine Galecki, Grosse Ile, MI, 225, 09/22/ Anna L. Fouts, Kalamazoo, MI, 225, 03/11/ Courtney A. Brown, Dublin, OH, 224, 08/27/ Kathleen E. Hebble, Sellersburg, IN, 209, 12/26/ Sydney Rachel Nowak, Algonquin, IL, 208, 04/03/ Samantha Cunningham, Carmel, IN, 207, 11/29/ Disha Yellayi, Brecksville, OH, 201, 03/21/ Danielle Briana Vasiliev, Buffalo Grove, IL, 200, 04/23/ Meili Martin, Proctorville, OH, 185, 10/09/ Anna Sanford, Westerville, OH, 184, 01/28/ Colleen O Brien, Ann Arbor, MI, 180, 06/20/ Lauren K. Ghidotti, Dublin, OH, 180, 01/25/ Abigail M. Shonk, Saint Clair, MI, 180, 06/28/ Abby L. Perkins, Mason, MI, 180, 11/29/ Tyra Marie Buss, Mount Carmel, IL, 179, 04/25/ Kennedy A. Shaffer, Rossford, OH, 176, 05/21/ Nicole Feltz, Fond du Lac, WI, 176, 03/14/ Lauryn Padgett, Carmel, IN, 175, 03/14/ Gina Marie Vuotto, Fortville, IN, 175, 05/21/ Molly Fletchall, Carmel, IN, 171, 05/06/ Elena Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Fond Du Lac, WI, 168, 05/28/ Alyvia M. Jones, Midland, MI, 165, 05/03/ Abigail Madrigal, Highland, IN, 165, 08/18/ Leah Tzakis, Naperville, IL, 164, 11/08/ Amanda K. Studnicki, Normal, IL, 164, 02/22/ Cassidy M. Hicks, Hamilton, OH, 161, 08/10/ Lauren B. Whitlatch, Bloomington, IN, 153, 09/08/ Courtney M. Lang, Hoffman Estates, IL, 150, 03/12/ Jessica Michelle Rooth, Munster, IN, 150, 10/06/ Denise Carmen Azcui, Bloomington, IN, 149, 06/20/ Caroline J. Combs, Indianapolis, IN, 144, 10/03/ Josie Cynthia Docalavich, Mequon, WI, 144, 04/14/ Lauren E. Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 133, 11/04/ Sarah Coghlan, Bloomington, IN, 132, 08/26/ Megan Coghlan, Bloomington, IN, 132, 08/26/ Ashley Thai, Galloway, OH, 129, 08/30/ Ellie Marie Zimmermann, Green Bay, WI, 125, 02/14/ Emilie E. Bush, Hinsdale, IL, 124, 05/03/ Kristen Thoms, La Grange, IL, 124, 04/07/ Michelle De Meo, Burr Ridge, IL, 120, 05/17/ Kendall N. Kirsch, Long Grove, IL, 120, 02/19/ Tilly J. Chorney, Waunakee, WI, 118, 08/12/ Anneliese Christina Zak, Green Bay, WI, 116, 05/29/ Nicole Howe, Terre Haute, IN, 111, 09/16/ Cassandra A. Powell, Vienna, WV, 109, 08/08/ Brigitte Hodge, Indianapolis, IN, 108, 12/30/ Meghan C. Linehan, Green Bay, WI, 107, 09/04/ Emily G. Turner, Hilliard, OH, 105, 05/20/ Kristen Dempsey, Zanesville, OH, 105, 12/10/ Caroline McAuley, Indianapolis, IN, 104, 11/08/ Audra Kristine Hoffmann, Kohler, WI, 103, 04/17/ Maria Lynn Lueken, Jasper, IN, 102, 11/18/ Chiara Lommer, Glenview, IL, 100, 08/26/ Amy M. Smikle, Indianapolis, IN, 100, 02/29/ Margo M. Wolf, Cincinnati, OH, 99, 04/30/ Nicole M. Soutar, West Chester, OH, 96, 06/05/ Regan Wagner, Indianapolis, IN, 96, 09/12/ Brittney Hochhalter, Terre Haute, IN, 96, 12/13/ Sarah G. Adler, Pepper Pike, OH, 88, 08/15/ Paige F. Cooley, Traverse City, MI, 88, 11/19/ Alexis Ann Merrill, Traverse City, MI, 88, 03/03/ Sarah Beth Moses, Charleston, WV, 88, 04/11/ Kirsten E. White, Charleston, WV, 88, 03/28/ Dana Michelle Frank, Floyds Knobs, IN, 88, 10/20/ Francesca Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 87, 07/22/ Mary Elise Voigt, Carmel, IN, 84, 11/27/ Isabella Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 80, 02/22/ Marybeth Hurley, Novi, MI, 80, 12/30/ Cindy Liu, Naperville, IL, 80, 11/16/ Brigitte Swartwood, Evansville, IN, 80, 09/22/ Lexi A. Welton, Naperville, IL, 80, 07/18/ Riti Vohra, Naperville, IL, 80, 07/30/ Shelby H. Chorney, Waunakee, WI, 80, 08/12/ Kyah K le. Thomas, Canal Winchester, OH, 76, 08/16/ Rochell Marie Issa, Maumee, OH, 75, 12/10/ Adrian Elizabeth Young, Chagrin Falls, OH, 75, 10/22/ Caroline Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, 75, 09/05/ Natalie M. Weaver, Mentor, OH, 75, 12/23/ Alexis Bauer, Shorewood, IL, 75, 07/12/ Jordan M. Hermiz, Northville, MI, 75, 05/28/ Sydney Marie Patton, Williamston, MI, 75, 03/04/ Jessica Guindi, Northville, MI, 75, 11/21/ Taylor Jo Sprouse, Chillicothe, OH, 75, 10/15/ Sheridan Paige McLean, Waverly, OH, 75, 11/18/ Cristina Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 74, 08/06/ Brooke Elizabeth Lueken, Jasper, IN, 74, 09/19/ Julia M. Sinatra, Westfield, IN, 74, 01/05/ Jennifer Gates, Bartlett, IL, 72, 02/23/ Anna Kreynin, Mequon, WI, 72, 01/04/ Darnesha Jeanell Moore, Chicago, IL, 72, 08/02/ Bridgid McGuire, Slinger, WI, 72, 02/22/ Sydney Roach, Indianapolis, IN, 72, 08/25/ Abigail Taylor Franklin, Paoli, IN, 72, 02/22/ Kiersten Marete Carlson, Westfield, IN, 71, 12/04/ Livia Jo Christman, Otsego, MI, 70, 08/11/ Maeve Koscielski, Indianapolis, IN, 68, 07/31/ Natalie A. Rahrig, Fort Wayne, IN, 66, 10/27/ Christine Ann Pavlov, Darien, IL, 64, 12/10/ Nina Gerard, Bayside, WI, 64, 11/12/ Haley Thoresen, Wyoming, OH, 60, 01/18/ Paige E. Dewitt, Loveland, OH, 60, 12/11/ Jane Haffer, New Albany, OH, 59, 11/09/ Emily M. Lewis, Jeffersonville, IN, 58, 01/30/ Kyra Shreeve, Northborough, MA, 58, 10/02/ Sydney N. Power, Powell, OH, 58, 03/13/ Annie Lohrstorfer, Indianapolis, IN, 56, 03/24/ Grace N. Langford, Avon, IN, 56, 07/12/ Mollie Alaine Miller, Portsmouth, OH, 56, 01/11/ Alexia Petrovic, Burr Ridge, IL, 56, 04/23/ Andrea V. Ballinger, Columbus, OH, 56, 11/30/ Isis I fe. Thomas, Canal Winchester, OH, 56, 07/11/ Caroline M. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 53, 10/14/ Taylor Stanchin, South Bend, IN, 53, 09/26/ Lucy Dimond, Indianapolis, IN, 51, 04/09/ Amber Sora Lee, Dublin, OH, 50, 04/23/ Madeline M. Niceswanger, Canal Winchester, OH, 50, 09/08/1996 Girls 14 Singles 1. Brooke I. Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 2160, 02/12/ Amanda Lin, West Chester, OH, 1640, 01/16/ Jerricka Boone, Chicago, IL, 1455, 01/16/ Madeline Lipp, Lake Forest, IL, 1435, 09/11/ Alyson Coran, Mequon, WI, 1405, 07/19/ Adesuwa Osabuohien, Hazel Crest, IL, 1150, 10/24/ Sara Remynse, Richland, MI, 1135, 11/09/ Lauren Burich, Hinsdale, IL, 1125, 12/03/ My Linh T. Li, Galloway, OH, 1050, 02/28/ Lauren H. Thai, Galloway, OH, 1045, 05/24/ Alexandra D Ascenzo, West Bloomfield, MI, 1025, 01/20/ Margaux Hyman, W Bloomfield, MI, 950, 02/05/ Sierra J. Stone, Powell, OH, 945, 10/04/ Macie Elliott, Evansville, IN, 940, 10/23/ Rachel Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 940, 10/23/ Monica Lin, Schaumburg, IL, 930, 12/26/ Ariel J. Dechter, Mundelein, IL, 930, 12/23/ Emily L. Mazzola, Chagrin Falls, OH, 895, 11/12/ Bobbi Modesto, Highland, IN, 885, 08/20/ Caroline Eberhart, Mishawaka, IN, 880, 03/08/ Katie Claire Brozovich, Clarkston, MI, 865, 10/06/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 850, 04/05/ Bethany G. Moore, Lebanon, IN, 840, 11/23/ Kelli E. Close, Midland, MI, 838, 04/09/ Madeleine Johnson, Onalaska, WI, 835, 05/03/ Maya M. Hicks, West Bloomfield, MI, 835, 07/12/ Emily Meyers, Naperville, IL, 835, 12/30/ Karyn R. Guttormsen, Kenosha, WI, 825, 09/12/ Caroline Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 820, 11/06/ Keisha R. Clousing, Wheaton, IL, 815, 09/02/ Rachael N. Morales, Reynoldsburg, OH, 805, 02/10/ Anna E. Benson, Chagrin Falls, OH, 800, 03/31/ Cassie Mercer, Huntington, WV, 793, 02/25/ Cassandra F. Kovach, Naperville, IL, 790, 10/30/ Carly Peck, Thiensville, WI, 783, 05/07/ Marika M. Cusick, Hinsdale, IL, 765, 05/18/ Emma D. Li, Wheaton, IL, 765, 03/18/ Kendall Louise Baisden, Franklin, MI, 760, 03/05/ Drew M. Fillis, Toledo, OH, 755, 05/25/ Hailey Barrett, Lansing, MI, 750, 12/14/ Brittany Ballog, Chicago, IL, 730, 08/25/ McKenna Alexandra Root, Midland, MI, 730, 03/03/ Taylor Holden, West Chester, OH, 721, 01/24/ Michelle De Meo, Burr Ridge, IL, 720, 05/17/ Alaina Roberts, Goshen, IN, 715, 11/20/ w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

33 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Girls Rankings Nicole Flower Lauren Davis 46. Gabriella G. Spindler, Clarkston, MI, 710, 05/30/ Sarah M. Stein, Dublin, OH, 700, 01/20/ Olivia Boesing, Floyds Knobs, IN, 678, 06/23/ Jacqueline E. Crawford, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 670, 12/03/ Alexis Casati, Deerfield, IL, 665, 07/24/ Jargal Altan Sarnai, Plainfield, IL, 660, 03/12/ Hayley Wild, Carmel, IN, 652, 04/05/ Simone-Alyse Nicole Ewell, Detroit, MI, 645, 08/24/ Anna Ruth Kaplan, Winnetka, IL, 635, 09/24/ Irene Ng, Okemos, MI, 615, 05/06/ Meredith L. Maltby, Glen Ellyn, IL, 610, 05/14/ Madison T. Cook, Edgewood, KY, 605, 11/28/ Sophia F. Lococo, Mequon, WI, 593, 12/17/ Kasey K. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 580, 08/06/ Cricket Geldermann, Lake Geneva, WI, 565, 09/10/ Bethany Lynch, Burr Ridge, IL, 558, 04/24/ Lexi Baylis, Clarkston, MI, 558, 10/16/ Yekaterina M. Ouchakova, Chicago, IL, 555, 11/19/ Abbey Hamstra, Wheatfield, IN, 543, 04/30/ Mckenzie Thomas, Evansville, IN, 538, 01/07/ Grace E. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 538, 12/31/ Tori M. Turner, Hamilton, OH, 523, 02/15/ Lauren Golick, Westlake, OH, 521, 05/13/ Kelsey M. Wanhainen, Westlake, OH, 510, 08/15/ Vanessa Madrigal, Highland, IN, 507, 08/18/ Brittany M. Plaszewski, Saint Charles, IL, 505, 12/12/ Shannon J. Etten, Appleton, WI, 503, 12/01/ Madeline Ecker, Mequon, WI, 500, 06/29/ Madison T. Kesler, W Terre Haute, IN, 496, 10/20/ Kadi N. Fauble, Quincy, IL, 490, 11/29/ Emmy Grace Virkus, East Lansing, MI, 487, 06/23/ Zoe Kasiurak, Hoffman Estates, IL, 478, 07/28/ Kelsey Chin, Aurora, IL, 475, 03/26/ Elizabeth Konon, Mequon, WI, 470, 07/28/ Emily A. Barretta, Winnetka, IL, 468, 06/30/ Caitlin A. Lawless, Highland Hts, OH, 464, 07/08/ Zhavia Gray, Hazel Crest, IL, 463, 10/22/ Julia N. Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 455, 10/20/ Katie Shepherd, Dublin, OH, 453, 09/13/ Taya Zoubareva, Lake Bluff, IL, 450, 02/10/ Alexandra Brinker, Granger, IN, 447, 09/17/ Kelly Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, 447, 11/17/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 442, 12/17/ Kristy A. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 441, 10/18/ Shraya R. Soundararajan, Willowbrook, IL, 440, 01/08/ Nicole M. Soutar, West Chester, OH, 438, 06/05/ Kendra K. Sweet, Clarkston, MI, 436, 07/06/ Ali Foster, Plainfield, IL, 435, 12/29/ Ashley R. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 432, 04/24/ Alexandria S. Najarian, Birmingham, MI, 429, 03/20/ Surya C. Khadilkar, Broadview Hts, OH, 425, 04/27/ Aimee D. Tarun, Winnetka, IL, 425, 09/07/ Rebecca Michelson, W Bloomfield, MI, 414, 11/24/ Amabel Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 412, 06/06/ Liselot Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 407, 07/05/ Mary Hanna, Saline, MI, 406, 11/08/ Christy Marx, East Lansing, MI, 405, 12/13/ Harley H. Hutchison, Joliet, IL, 403, 05/19/ Alysa Michelle Straub, Burr Ridge, IL, 403, 01/28/ Karlin H. Naslund, Oshkosh, WI, 400, 02/28/ Lauren M. Bellinger, Dublin, OH, 397, 04/04/ Madison L. Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 397, 10/05/ Aerielle Pendleton, Orchard Lake, MI, 397, 06/24/ Brooke K. Broda, West Chester, OH, 395, 10/10/ Caroline Megan Keeley, Grand Rapids, MI, 393, 10/12/ Lauren Jackson, Dayton, OH, 392, 03/02/ Shannon McEvoy, Fort Wayne, IN, 380, 12/24/ Alexandria E. Garrity, Medina, OH, 377, 04/25/ Tracy M. Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 372, 05/19/ Bridget L. Bellissimo, Middleton, WI, 369, 04/11/ Elizabeth N. Stanczyk, Plymouth, WI, 366, 05/17/ Samantha Lakshmi Nagin, Madison, WI, 364, 03/19/ Jasmine Lee, Newburgh, IN, 361, 10/26/ Melissa N. Staley, Cincinnati, OH, 357, 07/03/ Rachel Bottorff, Newburgh, IN, 356, 03/07/ Bailey Paradiso, Birmingham, MI, 355, 07/26/ Rachel Swartwood, Evansville, IN, 351, 11/15/ Sandy Niehaus, Cincinnati, OH, 348, 09/20/ Lauren E. Hoekstra, Effingham, IL, 340, 11/07/ Shivani Bhatt, Toledo, OH, 339, 07/24/ Taylor Johnson, Moreland Hls, OH, 333, 08/09/ Olga Wroblewski, Chicago, IL, 333, 07/28/ Hannah M. Potter, Batavia, IL, 332, 05/02/ Gabriela Rosales, Munster, IN, 332, 03/08/ Mandy M. Marchant, Chagrin Falls, OH, 330, 10/16/ Mehvish Safdar, Mason, OH, 321, 09/14/ Alyson N. Fouts, Kalamazoo, MI, 321, 01/06/ Caroline M. Ryba, Glenview, IL, 320, 06/28/ Alexxis P. Kiven, Buffalo Grove, IL, 320, 09/04/ Brooke Dennis, Cincinnati, OH, 316, 10/25/ Anna M. Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 315, 01/08/ Nancy Emma Benda, Birmingham, MI, 314, 05/20/ Mardee J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 311, 10/22/ Madelyn E. Gilley, Aurora, OH, 309, 01/10/ Maria Avgerinos, Elmhurst, IL, 308, 09/24/ Ashley T. Evans, Middletown, OH, 306, 12/23/ Sara Jubala Kohtz, Chicago, IL, 306, 03/30/ Kseniya Lysakova, Volo, IL, 305, 02/08/ Ashley Thai, Galloway, OH, 305, 08/30/ Sydney P. Liggins, Caledonia, MI, 304, 12/02/ Amy H. Upthagrove, Racine, WI, 304, 11/17/ Lauren E. Sinatra, Westfield, IN, 301, 08/01/ Elaine S. Cloern, Columbus, OH, 296, 09/13/ Becca K. Landon, Bexley, OH, 295, 05/27/ Morgan Reilly, Jeffersonville, IN, 294, 09/01/ Kelly B. Stymiest, Appleton, WI, 293, 08/08/ Elizabeth Maxson, Fort Wayne, IN, 291, 08/10/ Anna C. Paulson, Clarendon Hills, IL, 290, 11/24/ Madie L. Baillon, Champaign, IL, 286, 03/22/ Alison Biltz, Aurora, OH, 281, 01/22/ Morgan Bemisderfer, Fort Wayne, IN, 280, 10/08/ Madelyn Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 280, 09/23/ Anna Sanford, Westerville, OH, 280, 01/28/ Tracy T. Thorsell, Martinsville, IN, 279, 11/14/ Abigail Madrigal, Highland, IN, 279, 08/18/ Meredith Goshell, Carmel, IN, 279, 03/04/ Elizabeth Wilm, Evansville, IN, 277, 11/15/ Jessica Michelle Rooth, Munster, IN, 277, 10/06/ Rebecca S. Phyle, Port Huron, MI, 276, 01/08/ Amy Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 275, 05/19/ Allison Marie Vickery, Midland, MI, 273, 08/30/ Alyssa C. Ritchie, Glencoe, IL, 269, 04/18/ Carol L. Finke, Glencoe, IL, 269, 02/18/ Elizabeth Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 266, 01/08/ Carly Ausman, Geneva, IL, 264, 03/20/ Leah Barnes, Fort Wayne, IN, 264, 06/27/ Lilly C. Iffert, Indianapolis, IN, 263, 12/04/ Tiffany Chen, Burr Ridge, IL, 262, 03/20/ Rachel E. Yurchisin, Cleveland, OH, 261, 06/06/ Anna T. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 260, 03/17/ Katrine M. Zhadovich, Northbrook, IL, 260, 06/25/ Kristine V. Koeze, Caledonia, MI, 259, 08/28/ Emma Adcock, Burr Ridge, IL, 258, 03/24/ Taylor N. Sweeney, Fort Gratiot, MI, 256, 01/06/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 255, 08/09/ Kimberly Warpecha, Burr Ridge, IL, 255, 07/29/ Kerigan S. McNamara, Maumee, OH, 255, 06/10/ Jada Bissett, Grand Rapids, MI, 255, 01/03/ Teresa C. Balistreri, Fox Point, WI, 255, 11/02/ Jaelen Raya Adams, Cincinnati, OH, 255, 02/04/ Christina Auyeung, Midland, MI, 255, 10/30/ Megan J. Morris, Lake Bluff, IL, 253, 07/27/ Nicole Elizabeth Huser, Mason, OH, 250, 05/05/ Adorabol Diamon Liegh Huckleby, Detroit, MI, 248, 05/28/ Alexandra Solovyev, Wheaton, IL, 248, 08/01/ Lauren Elizabeth Yoder, BLOOMINGTON, IL, 247, 01/26/ Claire Golden, Winnetka, IL, 247, 08/08/ Alexandra E. Bergman, Winnetka, IL, 247, 04/29/ Erin L. Doud, Northville, MI, 245, 04/30/ Julia C. Dunbar, Westlake, OH, 245, 12/19/ Lauren Schectman, Highland Park, IL, 244, 01/30/ Gabriella De La Cruz, Carmel, IN, 244, 06/10/ Michelle S. Djohan, Westlake, OH, 242, 07/22/ Abby Wang, Novi, MI, 241, 11/20/ Brenna Wu, Evansville, IN, 241, 11/09/ Erin Clutter, Petoskey, MI, 240, 09/13/ Madeline Henderson, Mequon, WI, 240, 11/19/ Daniella A. Reyes, Burr Ridge, IL, 240, 08/11/ Alexandria Chatt, Western Springs, IL, 240, 09/28/ Catherine B. Orfanos, Lake Forest, IL, 240, 09/19/ Cindy Liu, Naperville, IL, 240, 11/16/ Natalie M. Weaver, Mentor, OH, 240, 12/23/ Madelyn Lee, South Bend, IN, 236, 11/01/ Anne Ryan Connelly, Dayton, OH, 235, 10/07/ Lauren Taylor Hughes, Southfield, MI, 234, 10/23/ Sloane Prince, Parkersburg, WV, 233, 10/29/ Madison Paige Dewitt, Loveland, OH, 233, 03/08/ Sydney N. Power, Powell, OH, 233, 03/13/ Elizabeth McGrail, Rockford, IL, 232, 07/31/ Lisa Silshtut, Northbrook, IL, 232, 06/12/ Gabrielle Demchenko, Buffalo Grove, IL, 232, 03/26/ Erin J. McDonagh, Bryan, OH, 230, 02/26/ Audrey Mang, Winnetka, IL, 230, 08/16/ Kathryn Godfrey, Carmel, IN, 229, 07/12/ Emily Dawson, East Liverpool, OH, 229, 01/22/ Taylor A. Todd, Westerville, OH, 229, 03/18/ Joy N. Jankowski, New Hudson, MI, 226, 11/27/ Emily Jones, Greenwood, IN, 225, 04/29/ Aundrea Elizabeth Busse, Springboro, OH, 225, 10/03/ Rachel Littman, Cincinnati, OH, 225, 06/06/ Madison A. Morton, Bexley, OH, 224, 09/10/ Lauren Antonia Jonathan, Carmel, IN, 224, 02/07/ Katherine L. Krauth, Indianapolis, IN, 224, 07/09/ Rachelmary Diane Brozovich, Fort Gratiot, MI, 224, 12/12/ Mollie A. Fox, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 224, 07/25/ Alexia Petrovic, Burr Ridge, IL, 224, 04/23/ Akanksha A. Vaishnav, Farmington Hills, MI, 224, 10/23/ Tara Alexandra Patton, Midland, MI, 222, 06/05/ Katelyn Brooke McGuffin, Huntington, WV, 221, 12/25/ Samantha Kruger, Cincinnati, OH, 221, 05/25/ Alexandra Thurman, Harrison Twp, MI, 220, 10/12/ Abigail M. Shonk, Saint Clair, MI, 220, 06/28/ Leah Tzakis, Naperville, IL, 220, 11/08/ Samantha Rahrig, Fort Wayne, IN, 219, 08/13/ Lauren M. Gerber, Columbus, OH, 219, 02/09/ Anna L. Fouts, Kalamazoo, MI, 219, 03/11/ Jane Ziecik, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 218, 11/16/ Amanda K. Studnicki, Normal, IL, 218, 02/22/ Sarah A. Paulson, Libertyville, IL, 217, 02/23/ Syedah M. Cabell, Chicago, IL, 217, 05/03/ Sydni D. Grimes, Cincinnati, OH, 217, 08/07/ Amanda Vos, White Heath, IL, 217, 06/07/ Sydney Jane Delp, Holland, OH, 216, 03/11/ Laura S. Anderson, Chesterton, IN, 216, 01/12/ Paige J. Bixler, Fort Wayne, IN, 216, 01/08/ Lauren R. Goodman, Fort Wayne, IN, 216, 11/01/ Mary Beth King, Naperville, IL, 216, 08/09/ Danielle Briana Vasiliev, Buffalo Grove, IL, 216, 04/23/ Natalie R. Whalen, Chicago, IL, 216, 01/11/ Gabrielle Nixon, Glencoe, IL, 216, 12/04/ Darby Taine Mountford, Granger, IN, 214, 09/08/ Haley Meekhof, Granger, IN, 214, 10/01/ Gabrielle Marie Kitchell, Mosinee, WI, 213, 02/15/ Brittany Danford, Mackinaw, IL, 212, 02/20/ Allison P. Summers, Terre Haute, IN, 212, 12/19/ Winifred Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 212, 07/21/ Bianca Moldovan, Livonia, MI, 212, 08/04/ Megan Elizabeth Wachholz, Lombard, IL, 212, 09/23/ Courtney A. Brown, Dublin, OH, 212, 08/27/ Angelica Woods, Livonia, MI, 211, 09/04/ Monika Keiser, Vienna, WV, 210, 04/06/ Michaela Zumbahlen, Effingham, IL, 208, 03/07/ Lindsey M. Silva, Naperville, IL, 208, 10/13/ Sarah Woods, Oconomowoc, WI, 208, 05/05/ Nina Cepeda, Mason, OH, 208, 05/12/ Darnesha Jeanell Moore, Chicago, IL, 208, 08/02/ Emily J. Mone, Bayside, WI, 208, 04/17/ Mindy A. Borovsky, Deerfield, IL, 208, 06/06/ Katie E. Wilson, Middletown, IN, 206, 11/03/ Claire A. Williamson, Chicago, IL, 205, 09/07/ Caitlin Shea, Joliet, IL, 204, 06/13/ Shea Marks, Chagrin Falls, OH, 200, 08/03/ Maya N. Ahuja, Gates Mills, OH, 200, 09/24/ Natalie Marie Arcoria, Hudson, OH, 200, 06/21/ Katelyn Hissong, Akron, OH, 200, 07/18/ Claire Catherine Schroeder, Mount Vernon, IN, 200, 01/18/1995 Girls 14 Individual Doubles 1. Nicole Flower, Columbus, OH, 1200, 06/04/ Amanda Lin, West Chester, OH, 1030, 01/16/ Jerricka Boone, Chicago, IL, 990, 01/16/ Alyson Coran, Mequon, WI, 940, 07/19/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 930, 08/09/ Madeline Lipp, Lake Forest, IL, 900, 09/11/ Kasey K. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 870, 08/06/ Adesuwa Osabuohien, Hazel Crest, IL, 810, 10/24/ Lauren Burich, Hinsdale, IL, 790, 12/03/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 780, 04/05/ Sierra J. Stone, Powell, OH, 690, 10/04/ Brooke I. Austin, Indianapolis, IN, 685, 02/12/ My Linh T. Li, Galloway, OH, 650, 02/28/ Lauren H. Thai, Galloway, OH, 650, 05/24/ Cassie Mercer, Huntington, WV, 645, 02/25/ Amanda Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 640, 05/24/ Molly B. Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 640, 05/24/ Bethany G. Moore, Lebanon, IN, 615, 11/23/ Sarah M. Stein, Dublin, OH, 615, 01/20/ Emily Meyers, Naperville, IL, 600, 12/30/ Sara Remynse, Richland, MI, 591, 11/09/ Keisha R. Clousing, Wheaton, IL, 580, 09/02/ Monica Lin, Schaumburg, IL, 580, 12/26/ Marika M. Cusick, Hinsdale, IL, 575, 05/18/ Jacqueline E. Crawford, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 570, 12/03/ Gabriella G. Spindler, Clarkston, MI, 540, 05/30/ Melissa Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 540, 06/02/ Karyn R. Guttormsen, Kenosha, WI, 540, 09/12/ Rachel Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 530, 10/23/ Kelli E. Close, Midland, MI, 525, 04/09/ Rachael N. Morales, Reynoldsburg, OH, 505, 02/10/ Madeleine Johnson, Onalaska, WI, 490, 05/03/ Cricket Geldermann, Lake Geneva, WI, 485, 09/10/ Cassandra F. Kovach, Naperville, IL, 480, 10/30/ Bobbi Modesto, Highland, IN, 480, 08/20/ Caroline Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 480, 11/06/ Drew M. Fillis, Toledo, OH, 475, 05/25/ Liselot Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 470, 07/05/ Caroline Eberhart, Mishawaka, IN, 465, 03/08/ Carly Peck, Thiensville, WI, 465, 05/07/ Macie Elliott, Evansville, IN, 465, 10/23/ Abbey Hamstra, Wheatfield, IN, 460, 04/30/ Brittany M. Plaszewski, Saint Charles, IL, 450, 12/12/ Simone-Alyse Nicole Ewell, Detroit, MI, 450, 08/24/ Madeline Ecker, Mequon, WI, 450, 06/29/ Alaina Roberts, Goshen, IN, 405, 11/20/ Madison T. Cook, Edgewood, KY, 405, 11/28/ Emily L. Mazzola, Chagrin Falls, OH, 403, 11/12/ Emily A. Barretta, Winnetka, IL, 395, 06/30/ Irene Ng, Okemos, MI, 395, 05/06/ Hayley Wild, Carmel, IN, 390, 04/05/ Alexandra D Ascenzo, West Bloomfield, MI, 390, 01/20/ Hailey Barrett, Lansing, MI, 389, 12/14/ Alexandria S. Najarian, Birmingham, MI, 378, 03/20/ Lilly C. Iffert, Indianapolis, IN, 375, 12/04/ Katie Claire Brozovich, Clarkston, MI, 370, 10/06/ Tori M. Turner, Hamilton, OH, 365, 02/15/ Sophia F. Lococo, Mequon, WI, 360, 12/17/ Christina Colarossi, Dearborn Heights, MI, 357, 03/03/ Kendall Louise Baisden, Franklin, MI, 355, 03/05/ Alexis Casati, Deerfield, IL, 350, 07/24/ Brittany Ballog, Chicago, IL, 345, 08/25/ Jargal Altan Sarnai, Plainfield, IL, 330, 03/12/ Olivia Boesing, Floyds Knobs, IN, 330, 06/23/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 327, 12/17/ Lexi Baylis, Clarkston, MI, 318, 10/16/ Alexandra Brinker, Granger, IN, 312, 09/17/ Kelsey M. Wanhainen, Westlake, OH, 305, 08/15/ Aimee D. Tarun, Winnetka, IL, 305, 09/07/ McKenna Alexandra Root, Midland, MI, 300, 03/03/ Kerigan S. McNamara, Maumee, OH, 297, 06/10/ Bridget L. Bellissimo, Middleton, WI, 285, 04/11/ Katie Shepherd, Dublin, OH, 284, 09/13/ Mckenzie Thomas, Evansville, IN, 283, 01/07/ Tracy M. Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 281, 05/19/ Shivani Bhatt, Toledo, OH, 281, 07/24/ Alysa Michelle Straub, Burr Ridge, IL, 275, 01/28/ Karlin H. Naslund, Oshkosh, WI, 274, 02/28/ Kadi N. Fauble, Quincy, IL, 270, 11/29/ Anna E. Benson, Chagrin Falls, OH, 265, 03/31/ Ariel J. Dechter, Mundelein, IL, 263, 12/23/ Jessica Rink, Granger, IN, 260, 10/04/ Rachel Swartwood, Evansville, IN, 260, 11/15/ Anna Ruth Kaplan, Winnetka, IL, 256, 09/24/ Taya Zoubareva, Lake Bluff, IL, 250, 02/10/ Shannon McEvoy, Fort Wayne, IN, 250, 12/24/ Alexandria E. Garrity, Medina, OH, 246, 04/25/ Zoe Kasiurak, Hoffman Estates, IL, 245, 07/28/ Morgan Reilly, Jeffersonville, IN, 245, 09/01/ Zhavia Gray, Hazel Crest, IL, 245, 10/22/ Yekaterina M. Ouchakova, Chicago, IL, 240, 11/19/ Kristy A. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 240, 10/18/ Lauren M. Bellinger, Dublin, OH, 240, 04/04/ Claire Golden, Winnetka, IL, 240, 08/08/ Maya M. Hicks, West Bloomfield, MI, 240, 07/12/ Margaux Hyman, W Bloomfield, MI, 240, 02/05/ Mandy M. Marchant, Chagrin Falls, OH, 239, 10/16/ Madelyn E. Gilley, Aurora, OH, 239, 01/10/ Samantha Lakshmi Nagin, Madison, WI, 237, 03/19/ Lauren E. Sinatra, Westfield, IN, 237, 08/01/ Madison L. Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 230, 10/05/ Ashley T. Evans, Middletown, OH, 226, 12/23/ Kristina L. Lucas, Clarkston, MI, 226, 08/21/ Alexandra E. Bergman, Winnetka, IL, 216, 04/29/ Emma D. Li, Wheaton, IL, 212, 03/18/ Christy Marx, East Lansing, MI, 210, 12/13/ Amabel Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 210, 06/06/ Caroline Megan Keeley, Grand Rapids, MI, 210, 10/12/ Tracy T. Thorsell, Martinsville, IN, 209, 11/14/ Lauren Jackson, Dayton, OH, 209, 03/02/ Amanda R. Timm, Milwaukee, WI, 205, 07/13/ Meredith Goshell, Carmel, IN, 202, 03/04/ Anna M. Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 200, 01/08/ Carlene Eckhart, Carmel, IN, 199, 11/11/ Sandy Niehaus, Cincinnati, OH, 198, 09/20/ Sidnay Huck, Anderson, IN, 191, 07/22/ Ashley R. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 189, 04/24/ Brooke Dennis, Cincinnati, OH, 187, 10/25/ Taylor Holden, West Chester, OH, 187, 01/24/ Harley H. Hutchison, Joliet, IL, 185, 05/19/ Kelsey Chin, Aurora, IL, 184, 03/26/ Brooke K. Broda, West Chester, OH, 184, 10/10/ Surya C. Khadilkar, Broadview Hts, OH, 180, 04/27/ Rebecca Michelson, W Bloomfield, MI, 180, 11/24/ Caitlin A. Lawless, Highland Hts, OH, 180, 07/08/ Kimberly Warpecha, Burr Ridge, IL, 179, 07/29/ Kathryn Godfrey, Carmel, IN, 178, 07/12/ Alexxis P. Kiven, Buffalo Grove, IL, 178, 09/04/ Claire Elizabeth Nelson, Sylvania, OH, 177, 10/30/ Lauren R. Goodman, Fort Wayne, IN, 176, 11/01/ Audrey C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 176, 11/01/ Rachel Bottorff, Newburgh, IN, 175, 03/07/ Teagan Savage McNamara, Maumee, OH, 171, 05/20/ Lauren Smith, Dayton, OH, 170, 10/21/ Meredith Kimbell Laskey, Fort Thomas, KY, 168, 10/02/ Elizabeth Wilm, Evansville, IN, 163, 11/15/ Jasmine Williams, Detroit, MI, 160, 05/19/ Mary Hanna, Saline, MI, 155, 11/08/ Alexis Lunte, Noblesville, IN, 155, 02/01/ Katherine L. Krauth, Indianapolis, IN, 155, 07/09/ Ivory Bradley, Chicago, IL, 152, 06/21/ Abigail Madrigal, Highland, IN, 150, 08/18/ Vanessa Madrigal, Highland, IN, 150, 08/18/ Katie Hammond, Fond du Lac, WI, 150, 01/11/ Carol L. Finke, Glencoe, IL, 144, 02/18/ Lauren M. Gerber, Columbus, OH, 140, 02/09/ Elizabeth Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 140, 01/08/ Caroline M. Ryba, Glenview, IL, 140, 06/28/ Grace E. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 140, 12/31/ Jasmine Lee, Newburgh, IN, 136, 10/26/ Morgan Bemisderfer, Fort Wayne, IN, 136, 10/08/ Megan Joyce Miller, Sylvania, OH, 135, 12/23/ Bethany Lynch, Burr Ridge, IL, 134, 04/24/ Lauren E. Hoekstra, Effingham, IL, 133, 11/07/ Aerielle Pendleton, Orchard Lake, MI, 132, 06/24/ Catherine B. Orfanos, Lake Forest, IL, 132, 09/19/ Amy Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 130, 05/19/ Victoria Falk, Lake Forest, IL, 128, 03/05/ Shannon J. Etten, Appleton, WI, 126, 12/01/ Kelly B. Stymiest, Appleton, WI, 126, 08/08/ Anna T. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 124, 03/17/ Allison P. Summers, Terre Haute, IN, 124, 12/19/ Kathleen E. Hebble, Sellersburg, IN, 124, 12/26/ Jacqueline Janine Hollkamp, Otisco, IN, 124, 08/12/ Erin Cole, Fond du Lac, WI, 122, 02/04/ Michelle De Meo, Burr Ridge, IL, 120, 05/17/ Gabriella De La Cruz, Carmel, IN, 120, 06/10/ Claire A. Williamson, Chicago, IL, 118, 09/07/ Samantha Rahrig, Fort Wayne, IN, 116, 08/13/ Elizabeth Maxson, Fort Wayne, IN, 116, 08/10/ Madeline Brianne Bellew, New Albany, IN, 116, 03/02/ Haley Meekhof, Granger, IN, 112, 10/01/ Meredith Lee, South Bend, IN, 108, 07/08/ Paige J. Bixler, Fort Wayne, IN, 108, 01/08/ Alexandra S. Nahhas, Sylvania, OH, 105, 02/24/ Tiffany Chen, Burr Ridge, IL, 105, 03/20/ Meredith Christine Wolf, Sylvania, OH, 105, 07/23/ Nicole Rene Moon, Toledo, OH, 105, 02/11/ Becca K. Landon, Bexley, OH, 105, 05/27/ Ashley Renae Rogers, Jasper, IN, 104, 03/17/ Abby Elizabeth Rogers, Jasper, IN, 104, 03/17/ Katherine Dauby, Floyds Knobs, IN, 103, 06/14/ Audrey Mang, Winnetka, IL, 100, 08/16/ Madie L. Baillon, Champaign, IL, 100, 03/22/ Danielle Briana Vasiliev, Buffalo Grove, IL, 100, 04/23/ Madelyn Lee, South Bend, IN, 100, 11/01/ Nicole M. Soutar, West Chester, OH, 96, 06/05/ Grace Davis, Neenah, WI, 96, 02/14/ Shraya R. Soundararajan, Willowbrook, IL, 96, 01/08/ Sydney Jane Delp, Holland, OH, 96, 03/11/ Madison T. Kesler, W Terre Haute, IN, 94, 10/20/ Eleanor C. Harding, Granger, IN, 94, 01/27/ Gabriela Rosales, Munster, IN, 93, 03/08/ Brenna Wu, Evansville, IN, 92, 11/09/ Julia N. Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 90, 10/20/ Sara Jubala Kohtz, Chicago, IL, 90, 03/30/ Ali Foster, Plainfield, IL, 90, 12/29/ Mary Haffey, Westfield, IN, 90, 11/04/ Grace Buse, Columbus, OH, 90, 07/15/ Haley N. Ilcewicz, Lockport, IL, 90, 07/10/ Michaela Zumbahlen, Effingham, IL, 89, 03/07/ Lauren Elizabeth Yoder, BLOOMINGTON, IL, 89, 01/26/ Amanda K. Studnicki, Normal, IL, 89, 02/22/ Elizabeth Konon, Mequon, WI, 88, 07/28/ Sarah G. Adler, Pepper Pike, OH, 88, 08/15/ Catherine Schaupp, Green Bay, WI, 87, 03/24/ Nicole Elizabeth Pott, Green Bay, WI, 87, 01/13/ Madison A. Morton, Bexley, OH, 84, 09/10/ Ashley Thai, Galloway, OH, 84, 08/30/ Elaine S. Cloern, Columbus, OH, 84, 09/13/ Meredith L. Maltby, Glen Ellyn, IL, 80, 05/14/ Mardee J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 80, 10/22/ Ellie Marie Zimmermann, Green Bay, WI, 80, 02/14/ Abbey R. Gober, Mount Vernon, IL, 80, 07/22/ Anneliese Christina Zak, Green Bay, WI, 80, 05/29/ Cindy Liu, Naperville, IL, 80, 11/16/ Lexi A. Welton, Naperville, IL, 80, 07/18/ Riti Vohra, Naperville, IL, 80, 07/30/ Amber D. Roberts, Upper Arlington, OH, 75, 07/14/ Emma Adcock, Burr Ridge, IL, 75, 03/24/ Samantha Kruger, Cincinnati, OH, 75, 05/25/ Madelyn Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 75, 09/23/ Madison Paige Dewitt, Loveland, OH, 75, 03/08/ Anna Zelechonok, Northbrook, IL, 75, 10/30/ Meghan C. Linehan, Green Bay, WI, 75, 09/04/ Cristina Dilorenzo, New Albany, OH, 74, 08/06/ Nancy Emma Benda, Birmingham, MI, 72, 05/20/ Stephanie A. Londre, Burlington, WI, 72, 05/13/ Bryanne Blanton, Elkhorn, WI, 72, 11/19/ Grace Kenney, Sylvania, OH, 72, 04/23/ Kaye Sinclair Eastman, Grand Rapids, MI, 72, 09/07/ Katie Fries, Dublin, OH, 72, 12/02/ Emma Schnell, Dublin, OH, 72, 06/08/ Dana Dray, Rockford, IL, 72, 10/21/ Rachel Neuville, De Pere, WI, 72, 11/19/ Devon Elizabeth Paulsen, De Pere, WI, 72, 08/07/ Andriana Smart, Upper Arlington, OH, 72, 09/23/ Gina Marie Vuotto, Fortville, IN, 66, 05/21/ Julia M. Sinatra, Westfield, IN, 66, 01/05/ Elizabeth N. Stanczyk, Plymouth, WI, 66, 05/17/ Anne Marie McKenzie, De Pere, WI, 66, 06/16/ Alexandria Chatt, Western Springs, IL, 64, 09/28/ Nicole Feltz, Fond du Lac, WI, 64, 03/14/ Christine Ann Pavlov, Darien, IL, 64, 12/10/ Ali Nicole Schitter, Jasper, IN, 64, 10/10/ Elizabeth Ann Theil, Jasper, IN, 64, 04/01/ Hannah Whalen, Jasper, IN, 64, 02/21/ Emmy Grace Virkus, East Lansing, MI, 60, 06/23/ Maria Avgerinos, Elmhurst, IL, 60, 09/24/ Julia C. Dunbar, Westlake, OH, 60, 12/19/ Mollie A. Fox, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 60, 07/25/ Abby L. Perkins, Mason, MI, 60, 11/29/ Sydney P. Liggins, Caledonia, MI, 60, 12/02/ Allison Overlander, Roanoke, IN, 60, 03/22/ Megan J. Morris, Lake Bluff, IL, 60, 07/27/ Georgia Lea Williams, Fort Wayne, IN, 60, 09/06/ Chelsea Michelle Himes, Fort Wayne, IN, 60, 04/29/ Brittany Danford, Mackinaw, IL, 60, 02/20/ Laura S. Anderson, Chesterton, IN, 56, 01/12/ Carolyn J. McCullen, Westland, MI, 56, 04/26/ Mollie Alaine Miller, Portsmouth, OH, 56, 01/11/ Andrea V. Ballinger, Columbus, OH, 56, 11/30/ Kadey M. Welch, Floyds Knobs, IN, 56, 04/11/ Amanda Vos, White Heath, IL, 55, 06/07/ Erin L. Henrickson, Darien, IL, 51, 08/19/1993 Girls 16 Singles 1. Lauren Davis, Gates Mills, OH, 1950, 10/09/ Kristen A. Dodge, Barrington, IL, 1470, 11/22/ Nicole Flower, Columbus, OH, 1455, 06/04/ Jasmine N. Minor, Mundelein, IL, 1440, 08/26/ Kasey K. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 1440, 08/06/ Kelsey L. Dieters, Shelby Twp, MI, 1220, 12/17/ Jacqueline E. Crawford, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 1148, 12/03/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 1070, 08/09/ Jenny Hois, Downers Grove, IL, 1040, 09/16/ Madeline Lipp, Lake Forest, IL, 1025, 09/11/ Amanda Lin, West Chester, OH, 1000, 01/16/ Melissa Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 950, 06/02/ Alexandra Thurman, Harrison Twp, MI, 945, 10/12/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 919, 04/05/ Stephanie Fox, Huntington, WV, 915, 08/31/ Molly B. Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 915, 05/24/ Caroline Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 900, 02/29/ Caroline E. Hedrick, Columbus, IN, 895, 02/21/ Kim Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 875, 05/14/ Amanda Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 860, 05/24/ Komal Safdar, Mason, OH, 850, 01/08/ Lizzie Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 845, 10/19/ Ellen June Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 835, 05/19/ Daniella Maria Patton, Midland, MI, 830, 02/04/ Audrey O Connor, Park Ridge, IL, 820, 01/06/ Amanda J. Border, Novi, MI, 790, 04/11/ Marissa Cloutier, Grosse Ile, MI, 780, 09/25/ Hanna Yu, Northbrook, IL, 775, 04/28/ Allison H. Murphy, Crystal Lake, IL, 750, 05/01/ Alexandra D. Power, Powell, OH, 745, 05/07/ Haley Rose Dekkinga, Allegan, MI, 745, 07/14/ Jerricka Boone, Chicago, IL, 723, 01/16/ Elizabeth Edershile, Peoria, IL, 705, 10/10/ Anne Marie Morin, Rochester Hls, MI, 690, 01/24/ Christina Harazin, La Grange, IL, 676, 10/24/ Katarina Marjanovic, Urbana, IL, 675, 07/10/ Gabrielle Moore, Chicago, IL, 673, 09/25/ Mckennah M. Edwards, Fond du Lac, WI, 668, 10/16/ Katarina Lingl, Rochester Hls, MI, 665, 03/11/ Julia Jamieson, Wilmette, IL, 663, 03/12/ Meghan Buell, New Albany, OH, 663, 04/25/ Alyssa Morgan Ritchie, Franklin, OH, 659, 01/14/ Nisha Crouser, Columbus, OH, 658, 12/30/ Lauren Smith, Dayton, OH, 645, 10/21/ Carolyn J. Huerth, Crystal Lake, IL, 635, 08/18/ Nicole Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, 625, 07/06/ Kayla Fujimoto, Geneva, IL, 621, 11/29/ Mikaela M. Carlson, Westfield, IN, 610, 06/10/ Katee Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 599, 11/17/ Christina Colarossi, Dearborn Heights, MI, 597, 03/03/ Ashlyn C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 593, 06/25/ Talia M. Johnson, Kalamazoo, MI, 586, 07/13/ Andrea L. Wolf, Cincinnati, OH, 585, 05/25/ Caroline Eberhart, Mishawaka, IN, 579, 03/08/ Stephanie Hollis, Rocky River, OH, 575, 02/22/ Natalie Robson, Copley, OH, 573, 11/17/ Haley O Connor, Park Ridge, IL, 560, 01/06/ Irene Ng, Okemos, MI, 560, 05/06/ Taylor Pinchoff, Sylvan Lake, MI, 550, 06/17/ Julia I. Quintero, Hinsdale, IL, 550, 03/04/ Kathleen Hawkins, Portage, MI, 538, 07/08/ Sophie S. Lillie, Milwaukee, WI, 528, 11/13/ Amanda Nunez, Chicago, IL, 525, 09/03/ Alexi M. Loomis, Cedarburg, WI, 525, 07/25/ Gabrielle Rubenstein, Carmel, IN, 522, 03/08/ Elizabeth A. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 522, 05/23/ Jessica A. Wharton, Copley, OH, 522, 09/21/ Lindsay Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 516, 02/05/ Annie Sullivan, Deerfield, IL, 513, 08/29/ Anne J. Lombardi, Hinsdale, IL, 512, 05/29/ Kristin M. Kurer, Port Washington, WI, 508, 02/18/ Kelsey M. Geppner, Ann Arbor, MI, 505, 12/06/1991 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 33

34 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Girls Rankings Emina Bektas 73. Sara Carlson, Novi, MI, 502, 07/16/ Annemijn Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 495, 10/21/ Margaux Hyman, W Bloomfield, MI, 495, 02/05/ Lydia Utkin, Powell, OH, 492, 05/13/ Bobbi Modesto, Highland, IN, 492, 08/20/ Maddie Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 491, 03/19/ Allyson L. Bernstein, Northbrook, IL, 490, 01/24/ Madison L. Hromada, Lorain, OH, 489, 02/03/ Cailey Easdale, Dublin, OH, 484, 12/14/ Courtney Wild, Carmel, IN, 475, 05/15/ Margaret E. MacPhail, Indianapolis, IN, 474, 05/17/ Jessica Rink, Granger, IN, 464, 10/04/ Alexandra Bastock, Hudson, OH, 451, 08/29/ Erika N. Marschall, Hinsdale, IL, 440, 01/23/ Cassandra F. Kovach, Naperville, IL, 440, 10/30/ Meredith E. McDonagh, Bryan, OH, 438, 05/25/ Taylor N. Hampshire, Wilmette, IL, 430, 07/23/ Andrea F. Kerwin, Wheaton, IL, 430, 11/18/ Hailey Barrett, Lansing, MI, 429, 12/14/ Amanda Budnik, Elmhurst, IL, 421, 08/26/ Carly Peck, Thiensville, WI, 421, 05/07/ Taylor C. Koehrsen, East Peoria, IL, 416, 06/12/ Rachel C. Margolies, Madison, WI, 415, 08/09/ Adesuwa Osabuohien, Hazel Crest, IL, 410, 10/24/ Carly M. Wilson, Fort Mitchell, KY, 404, 05/11/ Allyson Westling, Ft Wright, KY, 396, 06/05/ Alyson Coran, Mequon, WI, 395, 07/19/ Rachel A. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 395, 10/22/ Carol Y. Hsu, Fishers, IN, 391, 02/10/ Katie A. Close, Midland, MI, 384, 01/31/ Caton P. Brewster, Lake Forest, IL, 382, 03/19/ Allison N. Linden, Barrington, IL, 378, 06/13/ Natalie Peters, Naperville, IL, 375, 01/06/ Sarah M. Stein, Dublin, OH, 374, 01/20/ Rachael Heiniger, Munster, IN, 374, 12/22/ Elise C. Griffin, Broadview Heights, OH, 374, 07/28/ Caroline Aleck, ADA, MI, 371, 06/12/ Bethany G. Moore, Lebanon, IN, 368, 11/23/ Kim My Li, Galloway, OH, 367, 07/29/ Lindsey Heller, Northbrook, IL, 365, 05/22/ Lauren Gaspar, Lisle, IL, 363, 07/12/ Lydia A. Colvin, Pepper Pike, OH, 357, 02/15/ Gabriella G. Spindler, Clarkston, MI, 352, 05/30/ Liselot Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 352, 07/05/ Trisha K. Conlan, Canton, OH, 349, 06/25/ Jane Gibson, Coshocton, OH, 348, 04/25/ Chloe Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 345, 02/25/ Alexandra E. Bayliss, Sheboygan, WI, 342, 07/13/ Kimberly Sawyer, Batavia, IL, 341, 11/30/ Maya M. Hicks, West Bloomfield, MI, 339, 07/12/ Andrea Calhoun, Midland, MI, 335, 07/24/ Carolyn Jesko, Boardman, OH, 334, 09/23/ Mercedes B. Scott, Anderson, IN, 332, 12/28/ Kara Richardson, Columbus, OH, 332, 01/18/ Emily Meyers, Naperville, IL, 331, 12/30/ Nicole Janek, Clarkston, MI, 330, 07/22/ Nicole L. Shipman, Saline, MI, 329, 12/20/ Morgan Delp, Holland, OH, 329, 11/04/ Natasha Dabrowski, W Bloomfield, MI, 329, 12/23/ Megan Zumbahlen, Effingham, IL, 324, 01/17/ McKenzie Thomas, Evansville, IN, 324, 01/07/ Victoria E. Marchant, Chagrin Falls, OH, 323, 02/09/ Alaina Roberts, Goshen, IN, 321, 11/20/ Simone-Alyse Nicole Ewell, Detroit, MI, 321, 08/24/ Rachel Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 318, 10/23/ Kristina L. Lucas, Clarkston, MI, 317, 08/21/ Maureen A. Stevens, Columbus, OH, 313, 07/07/ Ali R. Althans, Chagrin Falls, OH, 313, 11/02/ Megan S. McNamara, Maumee, OH, 311, 02/26/ Lauren O. Silva, Naperville, IL, 309, 11/11/ Susie Chen, Carmel, IN, 309, 04/26/ Morgan Taylor, Southfield, MI, 309, 12/10/ Jennifer N. Reiter, Mattawan, MI, 305, 10/12/ Marcy Huck, Anderson, IN, 305, 04/13/ Macie Elliott, Evansville, IN, 300, 10/23/ Allie J. Smith, Columbus, IN, 297, 06/01/ Caitlin C. Ludlow, Newberry, MI, 296, 11/26/ Kelly M. Dennis, Cincinnati, OH, 296, 04/05/ Theresa R. Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, 296, 10/01/ Claire E. McNulty, Downers Grove, IL, 295, 11/22/ Nicole Marie Gordon, River Hills, WI, 293, 04/20/ Carly N. Miles, Greentown, IN, 291, 10/07/ Dana Siegel, Bloomfield, MI, 289, 12/15/ Hannelore A. MacDonald, Mundelein, IL, 288, 01/03/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 288, 12/17/ Bridget Veldman, Granger, IN, 285, 01/23/ Carolyn C. Pitman, West Chester, OH, 285, 04/01/ Jessica L. Urban, Lemont, IL, 285, 03/08/ Kate Winingham, Carmel, IN, 284, 08/21/ Johanna F. Manningham, Mishawaka, IN, 284, 04/03/ Justine M. Ciaravino, Huntingtn Wds, MI, 283, 04/20/ Leah M. Dancz, Hudsonville, MI, 281, 10/01/ Yahsha Moore, West Bloomfield, MI, 281, 08/28/ Megan W. Crowley, Barrington, IL, 280, 08/14/ Erin Bowman, St Charles, IL, 280, 12/19/ Caitlin E. Sullivan, Fort Wayne, IN, 279, 01/08/ Sarah Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 279, 03/19/ Samantha Pinchoff, Sylvan Lake, MI, 278, 05/23/ Katherine Cunningham, Neenah, WI, 274, 01/25/ Tessa Skillington, Dublin, OH, 273, 02/20/ Victoria Amponsah, Northville, MI, 273, 06/25/ Kelley Lynne Klebenow, Hinsdale, IL, 272, 07/10/ Anna E. Benson, Chagrin Falls, OH, 269, 03/31/ Melissa N. Staley, Cincinnati, OH, 269, 07/03/ Ellie Fraser, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 267, 01/31/ Olivia Ott, Dublin, OH, 266, 05/26/ Carrie Laskey, Fort Thomas, KY, 264, 10/16/ Courtney Lymburner, Ann Arbor, MI, 264, 09/27/ Nelle Youel, Crystal Lake, IL, 264, 06/25/ Dani J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 263, 09/19/ Nancy E. Joyce, Akron, OH, 263, 08/20/ Bailey Paradiso, Birmingham, MI, 262, 07/26/ Alexandra D Ascenzo, West Bloomfield, MI, 261, 01/20/ Olivia Boesing, Floyds Knobs, IN, 261, 06/23/ Leah E. Pascarella, Frankfort, IL, 260, 08/29/ Michelle Dutt, Gurnee, IL, 258, 07/09/ Haley N. Ilcewicz, Lockport, IL, 256, 07/10/ Leah K. Dahl, Fort Atkinson, WI, 256, 02/20/ Jennifer Winston, Milwaukee, WI, 255, 02/27/ Emina Bektas, Indianapolis, IN, 255, 03/30/ Kinsey Hilliard, Fairfield, IL, 255, 12/01/ Nicole Crim, Springfield, IL, 255, 06/13/ Catherine Yvonne Tokman, Chagrin Falls, OH, 255, 10/29/ Elizabeth Wilm, Evansville, IN, 254, 11/15/ Anna Marie Scherting, Waterville, OH, 253, 11/10/ Mary Catherine Faller, Green Bay, WI, 252, 02/20/ Lauren Harrett, Covington, KY, 250, 01/13/ Allison Dorogi, Fairview Park, OH, 250, 07/22/ Taylor R. Wedlake, Akron, OH, 249, 04/21/ Abbey Hamstra, Wheatfield, IN, 248, 04/30/ Emily L. Mazzola, Chagrin Falls, OH, 242, 11/12/ Jennifer P. Bush, Hinsdale, IL, 241, 10/05/ Meika A. Ashby, Kalamazoo, MI, 241, 10/21/ Amanda Vos, White Heath, IL, 240, 06/07/ Brianna E. Markgraf, Rockford, IL, 239, 01/04/ Kristy A. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 239, 10/18/ Abigail S. Watkins, Niles, MI, 238, 06/24/ Ngoc-Anh Tran, Caledonia, MI, 234, 12/14/ Grace M. Smith, Chicago, IL, 234, 07/01/ Anna Zelechonok, Northbrook, IL, 234, 10/30/ Taylor Bullock, Terre Haute, IN, 232, 12/10/ Amanda Dick, Kenosha, WI, 232, 09/17/ Sheena Patel, Cincinnati, OH, 232, 07/16/ Carolyn B. Orfanos, Lake Forest, IL, 232, 02/11/ Bari Reynolds, Sterling, IL, 231, 07/18/ Alexandra M. Kouvelas, Clarendon Hls, IL, 231, 02/06/ Samantha Lakshmi Nagin, Madison, WI, 229, 03/19/ Chelsea A. Girgash, Westlake, OH, 228, 05/04/ Lauren Monesmith, Jasper, IN, 228, 03/25/ Courtney Mattson, Mequon, WI, 228, 06/09/ Kaye Sinclair Eastman, Grand Rapids, MI, 228, 09/07/ Brittany M. Plaszewski, Saint Charles, IL, 228, 12/12/ Mary E. Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 226, 03/03/ Sarah L. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 225, 01/04/ Kassie Leigh Faugno, Loveland, OH, 225, 05/28/ Anna Elisabeth Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 224, 05/05/ Carly Holloway, Willoughby, OH, 224, 04/24/ Taylor C. Eckert, Greenwood, IN, 223, 12/08/ Eleanor C. Harding, Granger, IN, 223, 01/27/ Marianne E. Bonanno, Clayton, OH, 223, 01/22/ Alexis Reisch, Lagrange Hlds, IL, 221, 01/12/ Anna Ruth Kaplan, Winnetka, IL, 220, 09/24/ Samantha Rahrig, Fort Wayne, IN, 220, 08/13/ Brooke N. Henry, Aurora, IL, 218, 12/02/ Karlin H. Naslund, Oshkosh, WI, 218, 02/28/ Corinne Rauck, Columbus, OH, 218, 11/08/ Hannah Knust, Plainfield, IN, 217, 07/18/ Taylor Johnson, Moreland Hls, OH, 216, 08/09/ Cassia Wojtalik, Indianapolis, IN, 216, 06/12/ Sara Jubala Kohtz, Chicago, IL, 216, 03/30/ Karie Jo Williams, Green Bay, WI, 216, 02/25/ Aubrey Logan Gillman, Port Clinton, OH, 215, 04/26/ Michelle M. Fox, Almont, MI, 215, 05/08/ Erin Tommi Filbrandt, West Chester, OH, 215, 09/07/ Alyssa M. Hoover, Greenwood, IN, 213, 09/03/ Sydney L. Briner, Concord Twp, OH, 213, 06/14/ Carlene Eckhart, Carmel, IN, 212, 11/11/ Anastasia Voevodin, Dayton, OH, 211, 01/02/ Kelly A. Carney, Naperville, IL, 209, 07/07/ Danielle Smart, Upper Arlington, OH, 208, 03/31/ Madison A. Morton, Bexley, OH, 208, 09/10/ Morgan D. Coquerille, Sellersburg, IN, 208, 10/24/ Paige L. Cook, Terre Haute, IN, 208, 02/20/ Victoria Olejniczak, Northbrook, IL, 208, 04/26/ Emily Elizabeth Allen, Glen Ellyn, IL, 208, 05/17/ Bridget E. Hochwalt, Cincinnati, OH, 208, 01/22/ Maria E. Koval, Green Bay, WI, 207, 07/09/ Sandy Niehaus, Cincinnati, OH, 207, 09/20/ Gina P. Balistreri, Fox Point, WI, 204, 09/06/ Rebecca Michelson, W Bloomfield, MI, 204, 11/24/ Taylor Jordan, Westerville, OH, 204, 06/18/ Mimi Remynse, Richland, MI, 203, 11/24/ Elizabeth Ulrich, Bloomfield, MI, 203, 07/31/ Kelsey M. Wanhainen, Westlake, OH, 201, 08/15/ Alyson N. Fouts, Kalamazoo, MI, 201, 01/06/ Robin Harland, Naperville, IL, 200, 05/03/ Ivory Bradley, Chicago, IL, 200, 06/21/ Lauren Marie Schlagenhauf, Fort Wayne, IN, 200, 04/24/1992 Girls 16 Individual Doubles 1. Nicole Flower, Columbus, OH, 1200, 06/04/ Nida M. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 1095, 10/29/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 930, 08/09/ Maddie Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 885, 03/19/ Annie Sullivan, Deerfield, IL, 850, 08/29/ Christina Harazin, La Grange, IL, 840, 10/24/ Kristen A. Dodge, Barrington, IL, 790, 11/22/ Lauren Davis, Gates Mills, OH, 790, 10/09/ Kelsey L. Dieters, Shelby Twp, MI, 780, 12/17/ Kasey K. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 750, 08/06/ Stephanie Fox, Huntington, WV, 750, 08/31/ Nicole Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, 735, 07/06/ Komal Safdar, Mason, OH, 705, 01/08/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 680, 04/05/ Hanna Yu, Northbrook, IL, 650, 04/28/ Kim Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 640, 05/14/ Gabrielle Clark, Chicago, IL, 640, 02/29/ Molly B. Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 640, 05/24/ Amanda Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 640, 05/24/ Kate Winingham, Carmel, IN, 615, 08/21/ Jenny Hois, Downers Grove, IL, 610, 09/16/ Courtney Wild, Carmel, IN, 600, 05/15/ Emina Bektas, Indianapolis, IN, 600, 03/30/ Caroline Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 540, 02/29/ Julia Jamieson, Wilmette, IL, 540, 03/12/ Melissa Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 540, 06/02/ Lindsay Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 525, 02/05/ Katarina Marjanovic, Urbana, IL, 510, 07/10/ Katie A. Klyczek, Munster, IN, 510, 01/21/ Elizabeth A. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 510, 05/23/ Elizabeth Edershile, Peoria, IL, 495, 10/10/ Jasmine N. Minor, Mundelein, IL, 490, 08/26/ Kathleen Hawkins, Portage, MI, 485, 07/08/ Haley Rose Dekkinga, Allegan, MI, 480, 07/14/ Nisha Crouser, Columbus, OH, 465, 12/30/ Meghan Buell, New Albany, OH, 465, 04/25/ Gabrielle Rubenstein, Carmel, IN, 450, 03/08/ Gabrielle Moore, Chicago, IL, 445, 09/25/ Kayla Fujimoto, Geneva, IL, 435, 11/29/ Lindsey Heller, Northbrook, IL, 435, 05/22/ Lizzie Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 435, 10/19/ Annemijn Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 425, 10/21/ Brittany L Parks, Northville, MI, 420, 06/16/ Madeline Lipp, Lake Forest, IL, 410, 09/11/ Margaret E. MacPhail, Indianapolis, IN, 405, 05/17/ Susie Chen, Carmel, IN, 401, 04/26/ Carol Y. Hsu, Fishers, IN, 401, 02/10/ Alexandra Thurman, Harrison Twp, MI, 395, 10/12/ Talia M. Johnson, Kalamazoo, MI, 385, 07/13/ Julia I. Quintero, Hinsdale, IL, 375, 03/04/ Caroline E. Hedrick, Columbus, IN, 375, 02/21/ Marissa Cloutier, Grosse Ile, MI, 375, 09/25/ Kim My Li, Galloway, OH, 360, 07/29/ Allyson L. Bernstein, Northbrook, IL, 358, 01/24/ Christina Colarossi, Dearborn Heights, MI, 357, 03/03/ Amanda J. Border, Novi, MI, 355, 04/11/ Lauren Gaspar, Lisle, IL, 350, 07/12/ Anne Marie Morin, Rochester Hls, MI, 350, 01/24/ Mikaela M. Carlson, Westfield, IN, 345, 06/10/ Daniella Maria Patton, Midland, MI, 342, 02/04/ Ellen June Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 330, 05/19/ Allyson Westling, Ft Wright, KY, 329, 06/05/ Marcy Huck, Anderson, IN, 327, 04/13/ Claire E. McNulty, Downers Grove, IL, 314, 11/22/ Caton P. Brewster, Lake Forest, IL, 296, 03/19/ Jacqueline E. Crawford, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 296, 12/03/ Justine M. Ciaravino, Huntingtn Wds, MI, 296, 04/20/ Sarah Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 291, 03/19/ Allison H. Murphy, Crystal Lake, IL, 285, 05/01/ Carly M. Wilson, Fort Mitchell, KY, 285, 05/11/ Maureen A. Stevens, Columbus, OH, 285, 07/07/ Abigail C. Lewis, Westerville, OH, 277, 09/18/ Alyssa Morgan Ritchie, Franklin, OH, 268, 01/14/ Theresa R. Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, 260, 10/01/ Lauren O. Silva, Naperville, IL, 260, 11/11/ Jessica Rink, Granger, IN, 260, 10/04/ Mckenzie Thomas, Evansville, IN, 256, 01/07/ Erika N. Marschall, Hinsdale, IL, 255, 01/23/ Lydia A. Colvin, Pepper Pike, OH, 253, 02/15/ Caroline Eberhart, Mishawaka, IN, 250, 03/08/ Bridget Veldman, Granger, IN, 246, 01/23/ Natalie Robson, Copley, OH, 243, 11/17/ Madison Rothberger, Carmel, IN, 242, 03/31/ Liselot Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 230, 07/05/ Jennifer P. Bush, Hinsdale, IL, 230, 10/05/ Kristina L. Lucas, Clarkston, MI, 226, 08/21/ Rachel C. Margolies, Madison, WI, 225, 08/09/ Mercedes B. Scott, Anderson, IN, 224, 12/28/ Vanessa Whyte, Muncie, IN, 224, 06/23/ Bethany G. Moore, Lebanon, IN, 224, 11/23/ Elissa A. Halla, Manitowoc, WI, 223, 01/19/ Natalie K. Foster, Cato, WI, 223, 06/25/ Alexandra Bastock, Hudson, OH, 220, 08/29/ Y. Lan. Khuong, Bloomington, IN, 217, 10/28/ Olivia Boesing, Floyds Knobs, IN, 212, 06/23/ Katee Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 210, 11/17/ Elise C. Griffin, Broadview Heights, OH, 209, 07/28/ Andrea Calhoun, Midland, MI, 207, 07/24/ Samantha Pinchoff, Sylvan Lake, MI, 196, 05/23/ Taylor Pinchoff, Sylvan Lake, MI, 196, 06/17/ Sara Carlson, Novi, MI, 196, 07/16/ Anastasia Voevodin, Dayton, OH, 195, 01/02/ Hannelore A. MacDonald, Mundelein, IL, 195, 01/03/ Alexandra D. Power, Powell, OH, 195, 05/07/ Sidnay Huck, Anderson, IN, 191, 07/22/ Irene Ng, Okemos, MI, 190, 05/06/ Ashley R. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 189, 04/24/ Andrea L. Wolf, Cincinnati, OH, 185, 05/25/ Allie J. Smith, Columbus, IN, 180, 06/01/ Kelsey M. Geppner, Ann Arbor, MI, 180, 12/06/ Dana Siegel, Bloomfield, MI, 180, 12/15/ Natalie Peters, Naperville, IL, 180, 01/06/ Bobbi Modesto, Highland, IN, 176, 08/20/ Samantha Lynn Griffin, Port Clinton, OH, 175, 03/25/ Nicole Marie Gordon, River Hills, WI, 170, 04/20/ Lauren Smith, Dayton, OH, 170, 10/21/ Jessica A. Wharton, Copley, OH, 163, 09/21/ Alexandra E. Bayliss, Sheboygan, WI, 163, 07/13/ Stephanie A. Stanczyk, Plymouth, WI, 163, 01/10/ Carolyn J. Huerth, Crystal Lake, IL, 155, 08/18/ Leah K. Dahl, Fort Atkinson, WI, 155, 02/20/ Madison L. Hromada, Lorain, OH, 154, 02/03/ Carolyn Jesko, Boardman, OH, 150, 09/23/ Hailey Barrett, Lansing, MI, 149, 12/14/ Caitlin C. Ludlow, Newberry, MI, 149, 11/26/ Melanie Milling, Wheaton, IL, 148, 10/02/ Cheri R. Beckman, Jasper, IN, 148, 01/18/ Paige Catherine Lueken, Jasper, IN, 148, 12/10/ Sarah L. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 147, 01/04/ Kelly M. Dennis, Cincinnati, OH, 141, 04/05/ Alexandra Brinker, Granger, IN, 140, 09/17/ Morgan Dana Mills, Terre Haute, IN, 139, 07/23/ Alexi M. Loomis, Cedarburg, WI, 135, 07/25/ Mimi Remynse, Richland, MI, 135, 11/24/ Alyson Coran, Mequon, WI, 135, 07/19/ Kristin M. Kurer, Port Washington, WI, 135, 02/18/ Tiffany Ash, Williamston, MI, 135, 09/20/ Taylor N. Hampshire, Wilmette, IL, 134, 07/23/ Natasha Dabrowski, W Bloomfield, MI, 132, 12/23/ Morgan Delp, Holland, OH, 132, 11/04/ Taylor Leigh East, Sellersburg, IN, 132, 08/19/ Andrea F. Kerwin, Wheaton, IL, 132, 11/18/ Megan Zumbahlen, Effingham, IL, 132, 01/17/ Morgan D. Coquerille, Sellersburg, IN, 132, 10/24/ Catherine B. Orfanos, Lake Forest, IL, 132, 09/19/ Carolyn B. Orfanos, Lake Forest, IL, 132, 02/11/ Megan S. McNamara, Maumee, OH, 130, 02/26/ Mary Catherine Faller, Green Bay, WI, 124, 02/20/ Meredith E. McDonagh, Bryan, OH, 121, 05/25/ My Linh T. Li, Galloway, OH, 120, 02/28/ Carly N. Miles, Greentown, IN, 120, 10/07/ Gina P. Balistreri, Fox Point, WI, 119, 09/06/ Dana Pierce, S Barrington, IL, 118, 07/24/ Janet J. Lee, Barrington, IL, 118, 06/15/ Emily L. Mazzola, Chagrin Falls, OH, 116, 11/12/ Tracy T. Thorsell, Martinsville, IN, 116, 11/14/ Lauren E. Hoekstra, Effingham, IL, 116, 11/07/ Meghan M. Reed, Akron, OH, 116, 12/03/ Cristin B. Reed, Akron, OH, 116, 03/03/ Madeline R. Carney, Naperville, IL, 116, 06/08/ Kelly A. Carney, Naperville, IL, 116, 07/07/ Alleigh Marie Fralick, Rhinelander, WI, 116, 02/28/ Hannah Knust, Plainfield, IN, 116, 07/18/ Carlene Eckhart, Carmel, IN, 111, 11/11/ Mallory R. Metheny, Terre Haute, IN, 110, 07/09/ Bailey Padgett, Carmel, IN, 108, 12/17/ Margaret E. Faller, Green Bay, WI, 108, 01/08/ Katie Marie Pott, Green Bay, WI, 108, 08/09/ Sandra K. McCaffrey, Georgetown, IN, 108, 01/30/ Carmen Schreiber, Floyds Knobs, IN, 108, 08/01/ Amanda Budnik, Elmhurst, IL, 105, 08/26/ Haley O Connor, Park Ridge, IL, 105, 01/06/ Audrey O Connor, Park Ridge, IL, 105, 01/06/ Marcela Ampon, Highland Park, IL, 105, 04/20/ Megan W. Crowley, Barrington, IL, 105, 08/14/ Margaret Jensen, Petoskey, MI, 105, 04/19/ Ngoc-Anh Tran, Caledonia, MI, 104, 12/14/ Yahsha Moore, West Bloomfield, MI, 104, 08/28/ Ali R. Althans, Chagrin Falls, OH, 104, 11/02/ Makenzie Utterback, Terre Haute, IN, 102, 05/10/ Morgan Taylor, Southfield, MI, 101, 12/10/ Victoria E. Marchant, Chagrin Falls, OH, 101, 02/09/ Tara Robey, Brookfield, WI, 100, 11/14/ Brianna E. Markgraf, Rockford, IL, 100, 01/04/ Diane E. Jones, Greenwood, IN, 96, 08/25/ Sydney Jane Delp, Holland, OH, 96, 03/11/ Cailey Easdale, Dublin, OH, 95, 12/14/ Emma E. Bilyeu, Terre Haute, IN, 95, 06/12/ Mandy M. Marchant, Chagrin Falls, OH, 94, 10/16/ Eleanor C. Harding, Granger, IN, 94, 01/27/ Mary Kate M. Etling, Terre Haute, IN, 94, 12/11/ Cassandra F. Kovach, Naperville, IL, 90, 10/30/ Margaux Hyman, W Bloomfield, MI, 90, 02/05/ Kelley Lynne Klebenow, Hinsdale, IL, 90, 07/10/ Janelle A. Prisner, Saint Johns, MI, 90, 05/03/ Emily Meyers, Naperville, IL, 90, 12/30/ Zhavia Gray, Hazel Crest, IL, 90, 10/22/ Adesuwa Osabuohien, Hazel Crest, IL, 90, 10/24/ Kara Richardson, Columbus, OH, 90, 01/18/ Ashlyn C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 89, 06/25/ Jamie Claeys, Greenwood, IN, 88, 04/24/ Danielle R. Maxson, Fort Wayne, IN, 88, 11/24/ Allison K. Hacker, Vincennes, IN, 88, 01/22/ Lindsey M. Silva, Naperville, IL, 88, 10/13/ Paige L. Cook, Terre Haute, IN, 87, 02/20/ Lindsay Claire Fox, Winnetka, IL, 84, 12/27/ Macie Elliott, Evansville, IN, 84, 10/23/ Elizabeth Wilm, Evansville, IN, 84, 11/15/ Allison Marie Woodward, De Pere, WI, 84, 01/14/ Trisha K. Conlan, Canton, OH, 80, 06/25/ Jane Gibson, Coshocton, OH, 80, 04/25/ Madelyn E. Gilley, Aurora, OH, 80, 01/10/ Karie Jo Williams, Green Bay, WI, 80, 02/25/ Amie M. Kolimas, Madison, WI, 80, 07/01/ Nisha Nataraj, Gahanna, OH, 80, 02/26/ Erin Bowman, St Charles, IL, 80, 12/19/ Morgan Bemisderfer, Fort Wayne, IN, 80, 10/08/ Sarah Woods, Oconomowoc, WI, 80, 05/05/ Samantha Lakshmi Nagin, Madison, WI, 80, 03/19/ Lauren Monesmith, Jasper, IN, 80, 03/25/ Courtney Hope Siepman, Plainfield, IN, 80, 05/25/ Meredith Goshell, Carmel, IN, 80, 03/04/ Parul Reddy, New Albany, OH, 79, 08/21/ Madison T. Cook, Edgewood, KY, 76, 11/28/ Sydney L. Briner, Concord Twp, OH, 76, 06/14/ Lydia Utkin, Powell, OH, 75, 05/13/ Olivia Trancik, Carmel, IN, 75, 06/11/ Christy Marx, East Lansing, MI, 75, 12/13/ Deanna M. Staton, Grand Ledge, MI, 75, 07/24/ Monika R. Rizk, Ann Arbor, MI, 75, 05/03/ Courtney Yates, Ann Arbor, MI, 75, 03/17/ Tessa Skillington, Dublin, OH, 75, 02/20/ Alexandra N. Thanas, Anderson, IN, 75, 09/14/ Kelsey Matthews, Cincinnati, OH, 75, 05/12/ Meaghan Noelle Ellis, Anderson, IN, 75, 04/08/ Colleen R. Pastunink, Zeeland, MI, 75, 02/13/ Morgan Reilly, Jeffersonville, IN, 74, 09/01/ Rachel A. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 74, 10/22/ Kinsey Hilliard, Fairfield, IL, 74, 12/01/ Carly Peck, Thiensville, WI, 72, 05/07/ Katherine Cunningham, Neenah, WI, 72, 01/25/ Dani J. Merar, Mequon, WI, 72, 09/19/ Maria Alena Mitchell, Toledo, OH, 72, 03/02/ Maureen McCormick, Maumee, OH, 72, 02/16/ Kaye Sinclair Eastman, Grand Rapids, MI, 72, 09/07/ Faith Huckabee, Hazel Crest, IL, 72, 11/09/ Kathleen F. Klauer, Granger, IN, 72, 04/06/ Danielle Dixon, Flossmoor, IL, 72, 09/09/ Emily Muntner Heideman, Rhinelander, WI, 72, 11/09/ Michelle Jansen, Edgewood, IL, 72, 10/02/ Kelly E. Jansen, Mason, IL, 72, 01/29/ Corinne Rauck, Columbus, OH, 69, 11/08/ Anna E. Benson, Chagrin Falls, OH, 68, 03/31/ Rachael Lauren Bridegroom, Wabash, IN, 68, 05/10/ Molly A. Hemes, Green Bay, WI, 64, 03/08/ Maria E. Koval, Green Bay, WI, 64, 07/09/ Olivia Ott, Dublin, OH, 64, 05/26/ Elizabeth McCloy, Hinsdale, IL, 64, 09/25/ Andrea C. Wroble, Hinsdale, IL, 64, 02/02/ Whitney Batliner, Floyds Knobs, IN, 64, 11/23/ Rachael Heiniger, Munster, IN, 64, 12/22/ Madeline Henderson, Mequon, WI, 64, 11/19/ Leah M. Dancz, Hudsonville, MI, 60, 10/01/ Courtney Lymburner, Ann Arbor, MI, 60, 09/27/ Ellie Fraser, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 60, 01/31/ Allison Dorogi, Fairview Park, OH, 60, 07/22/ Maya M. Hicks, West Bloomfield, MI, 60, 07/12/ Elizabeth Ulrich, Bloomfield, MI, 60, 07/31/ Jordan Lynn Lewandowski, Valparaiso, IN, 59, 10/16/ Allison F. Hess, Valparaiso, IN, 59, 04/09/ Katherine Dauby, Floyds Knobs, IN, 59, 06/14/ Anna Ruth Kaplan, Winnetka, IL, 56, 09/24/ Amanda R. Timm, Milwaukee, WI, 56, 07/13/ Alexandra E. Bergman, Winnetka, IL, 56, 04/29/ Alexandra Nichole Marlowe, Lake Bluff, IL, 56, 10/29/ Lucy C. Bartlett, Mequon, WI, 56, 12/21/ Kristen Haeberlein, Sellersburg, IN, 56, 02/23/ Rain Geordan Reese Hopkins, Sellersburg, IN, 56, 06/26/ Madelyn Lee, South Bend, IN, 56, 11/01/ Eileen Terese Hamilton, La Grange Park, IL, 56, 06/09/ Haley Meekhof, Granger, IN, 56, 10/01/ Eileen Margaret McLaughlin, Western Springs, IL, 56, 04/21/ Chelsea B. Carter, Anderson, IN, 54, 01/25/ Erin L. Henrickson, Darien, IL, 51, 08/19/ Kilee Saxe, Mount Carmel, IL, 51, 07/30/1992 Girls 18 Singles 1. Emina Bektas, Indianapolis, IN, 1910, 03/30/ Kate E. Turvy, Dublin, OH, 1635, 11/06/ Hanna Mar, Burr Ridge, IL, 1630, 11/07/ Courtney B. Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, 1470, 03/25/ Maggie M. Remynse, Richland, MI, 1080, 07/11/ Nida M. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 1080, 10/29/ Misia Krasowski, Bannockburn, IL, 1060, 07/25/ Rachael Z. White, Deerfield, IL, 1025, 04/27/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 993, 04/05/ Gabrielle Steele, New Richmond, OH, 960, 05/20/ Christina F. Danosi, New Albany, OH, 955, 01/16/ Kelly K. Barry, Elmhurst, IL, 940, 05/31/ Katie A. Klyczek, Munster, IN, 940, 01/21/ Annie Sullivan, Deerfield, IL, 930, 08/29/ Julia C. Fellerhoff, Deerfield, IL, 925, 10/27/ Kara Sherwood, Mentor, OH, 875, 01/10/ Jasmine C. Lee, Canton, OH, 845, 05/24/ Christina M. Riley, Plainfield, IN, 845, 07/12/ Julie Flanzer, Highland Park, IL, 825, 03/21/ Jenna C. Langhorst, Palatine, IL, 825, 10/12/ Katherine H. Bulling, Loveland, OH, 820, 09/29/ Gabrielle Clark, Chicago, IL, 815, 02/29/ Carolyn Chupa, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 815, 08/09/ Julie Kirkland, Dayton, OH, 790, 10/20/ Mandy Brown, Mequon, WI, 785, 05/01/ Lauren Davis, Gates Mills, OH, 780, 10/09/ Courtney Wild, Carmel, IN, 775, 05/15/ Jill Pastunink, Zeeland, MI, 775, 02/01/ Jasmine N. Minor, Mundelein, IL, 773, 08/26/ Mary D. Hill, Munster, IN, 770, 01/04/ Elizabeth A. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 770, 05/23/ Julia Metzger, Perrysburg, OH, 755, 04/24/ Kim Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 749, 05/14/ Katie Pleiman, Dayton, OH, 733, 10/16/ Elizabeth R. Epstein, Chicago, IL, 730, 11/29/ Kelsey F. Haviland, Dayton, OH, 725, 07/18/ Kate B. Klein, Hinsdale, IL, 725, 10/15/ Annemijn Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 723, 10/21/ Kathleen N. Saltarelli, Lake Bluff, IL, 720, 02/03/ Madelyn Eccleston, Toledo, OH, 713, 04/26/ Caroline C. Starck, Williams Bay, WI, 705, 09/26/ Alexandra K. Bush, Vienna, WV, 700, 09/30/ Alexandra Thurman, Harrison Twp, MI, 691, 10/12/ Mary Chupa, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 685, 02/07/ Hanna Yu, Northbrook, IL, 668, 04/28/ Brittany L Parks, Northville, MI, 660, 06/16/ Elise Woulfe, Western Sprgs, IL, 655, 09/04/ Rachel M. Denny, Oakland Twp, MI, 648, 09/16/ Kathleen Hawkins, Portage, MI, 643, 07/08/ Rahshell J. Washington, Richton Park, IL, 640, 09/02/ Caroline E. Hedrick, Columbus, IN, 637, 02/21/ Kristen A. Dodge, Barrington, IL, 636, 11/22/ Kayla Fujimoto, Geneva, IL, 628, 11/29/ Christina Harazin, La Grange, IL, 625, 10/24/ Rachel C. Margolies, Madison, WI, 613, 08/09/ Kayla N. Tuscany, Miamisburg, OH, 610, 09/18/ Alexandra Rice, Augusta, MI, 610, 04/04/ Sophia Ismail, Maineville, OH, 603, 09/01/ Ashleigh E. Witte, West Chester, OH, 595, 11/26/ Caroline R. Bauer, Winnetka, IL, 590, 08/21/ Emily L. Lombardi, Hinsdale, IL, 590, 01/28/ Leah E. Pascarella, Frankfort, IL, 588, 08/29/ Kelsey L. Dieters, Shelby Twp, MI, 577, 12/17/ Stephanie Danesis, Akron, OH, 570, 10/28/ Jennifer Nalepa, Brighton, MI, 553, 07/04/ Jenny Hois, Downers Grove, IL, 553, 09/16/ Nicole Janek, Clarkston, MI, 550, 07/22/ Jenny Porter, Burr Ridge, IL, 548, 02/16/ Jade N. Johnson, Fort Wayne, IN, 537, 09/28/ Mia E. Elmore, Springfield, IL, 522, 04/23/ Emily Reuland, Aurora, IL, 520, 02/18/ Jessica Wacnik, Orland Park, IL, 520, 04/28/ Gia N. McKnight, Chicago, IL, 519, 06/14/ Stephanie Hollis, Rocky River, OH, 517, 02/22/ Rebecca Porter, Greenwood, IN, 506, 04/05/ Tara Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 505, 01/27/ Abigail C. Lewis, Westerville, OH, 496, 09/18/ Bethany J. Law, Ona, WV, 495, 09/06/ Alexandra D. Power, Powell, OH, 492, 05/07/ Stefanie S. Youngberg, Saint Charles, IL, 487, 07/29/ Maddie Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 483, 03/19/ Chloe Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 479, 02/25/ Allison N. Fecko, Grand Rapids, MI, 477, 07/10/ Alexandra C. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 473, 09/11/ Anastasia Voevodin, Dayton, OH, 470, 01/02/ Nicole Flower, Columbus, OH, 465, 06/04/ Amanda J. Border, Novi, MI, 464, 04/11/ Adriana Lingl, Rochester Hls, MI, 464, 05/21/ Taylor Pinchoff, Sylvan Lake, MI, 463, 06/17/ Brittany L. Farmer, Terre Haute, IN, 458, 06/17/ w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

35 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Girls & Boys Rankings Courtney Dolehide Tyler Gargas Hunter Tubert 91. Cassidy Cunitz, Waterford, MI, 448, 02/13/ Molly B. Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 447, 05/24/ Caitlin L. O Gara, Springboro, OH, 445, 04/30/ Sarah K. MacPhail, Indianapolis, IN, 443, 05/21/ Emily Y. Chiao, Ann Arbor, MI, 440, 04/05/ Johanna F. Manningham, Mishawaka, IN, 439, 04/03/ Cameron Dorsey, Pepper Pike, OH, 434, 05/27/ Christine R. Coffman, Akron, OH, 432, 02/01/ Katelyn M. Grubb, Elkhart, IN, 430, 09/17/ Mariah A. Mostardi, Ravenna, OH, 430, 12/04/ Hannah Esker, Effingham, IL, 427, 12/09/ Allyson L. Bernstein, Northbrook, IL, 420, 01/24/ Hunter Bullock, Terre Haute, IN, 417, 05/22/ Amanda Lt Miller, Salem, IL, 417, 05/28/ Lindsay Nicole Hostetter, Livonia, MI, 410, 10/13/ Katarina Lingl, Rochester Hls, MI, 408, 03/11/ Lindsay Claire Fox, Winnetka, IL, 402, 12/27/ Heather Esker, Effingham, IL, 399, 03/26/ Nisha Crouser, Columbus, OH, 399, 12/30/ Courtney E. Ulrich, Hamilton, OH, 397, 10/18/ Leah K. Donoff, Tipp City, OH, 395, 08/31/ Ellen June Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 392, 05/19/ Anne E. Akhimien, Indianapolis, IN, 392, 03/27/ Jasmine Williams, Detroit, MI, 390, 05/19/ Anastasija Dabiza, Skokie, IL, 385, 01/14/ Brooke N. Henry, Aurora, IL, 380, 12/02/ Courtney A. Burek, Wheaton, IL, 379, 01/31/ Courtney Fleissner, Akron, OH, 377, 04/24/ Melissa Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 375, 06/02/ Y. Lan. Khuong, Bloomington, IN, 373, 10/28/ Amy Schlessman, Sandusky, OH, 372, 12/27/ Meghan Buell, New Albany, OH, 372, 04/25/ Jennifer A. Snyder, Highland Heights, OH, 370, 11/23/ Lindsay Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 369, 02/05/ Alexandra Burns, Mequon, WI, 368, 06/07/ Julia R. Youn, Mason, OH, 361, 08/30/ Kristina Hallett, Willoughby, OH, 360, 02/09/ Rebecca L. Nelson, Brookfield, WI, 360, 10/31/ Anne Marie Morin, Rochester Hls, MI, 355, 01/24/ Jacquelyne G. Weir, Huron, OH, 354, 02/08/ Isabelle Hoy, Fox Point, WI, 350, 01/09/ Ann E. Egan, Rochester, IL, 349, 11/10/ Brittany Skemp, Brookfield, WI, 343, 04/10/ Amanda Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 339, 05/24/ Katie A. Kargl, Downers Grove, IL, 335, 10/18/ Katarina Marjanovic, Urbana, IL, 335, 07/10/ Gabrielle Rubenstein, Carmel, IN, 333, 03/08/ Claire Liles, Fort Wayne, IN, 328, 08/20/ Chelsea Hall, Mason, MI, 327, 12/21/ Lauren Gaspar, Lisle, IL, 324, 07/12/ Sarah L. Hebble, Sellersburg, IN, 320, 04/16/ Kelsey M. Geppner, Ann Arbor, MI, 318, 12/06/ Megan Gow, St Charles, IL, 316, 11/29/ Daniella Maria Patton, Midland, MI, 312, 02/04/ Irene Ng, Okemos, MI, 312, 05/06/ Cali J. Gustafson, Riverwoods, IL, 306, 10/11/ Caroline Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 305, 02/29/ Janelle A. Prisner, Saint Johns, MI, 303, 05/03/ Paige Madara, Dublin, OH, 301, 12/30/ Alexi M. Loomis, Cedarburg, WI, 300, 07/25/ Katee Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 298, 11/17/ Riley H. Blanks, Cleveland, OH, 297, 11/06/ Kara M. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 296, 10/10/ Karen Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 294, 09/25/ Nicole L. Shipman, Saline, MI, 294, 12/20/ Justine M. Ciaravino, Huntingtn Wds, MI, 290, 04/20/ Ty Ana Williams, Chicago, IL, 290, 03/13/ Diana Covalschi, Shelby Twp, MI, 288, 02/22/ Cara Brown, Granger, IN, 288, 05/05/ Angela Chupa, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 287, 07/16/ Erika M. Sullivan, Broadview Hts, OH, 287, 06/11/ Morgan Weuve, Green Bay, WI, 282, 09/01/ Paola Usina, Indianapolis, IN, 281, 04/05/ Amanda R. Cornwell, Waterford, MI, 280, 09/22/ Kristin M. Gobberg, Cary, IL, 280, 06/11/ Stephanie Fox, Huntington, WV, 279, 08/31/ Shelby C. Hullett, Martinsville, IN, 279, 05/29/ Deedee Myers, Winnetka, IL, 275, 04/02/ Kayley Carswell, Brookfield, WI, 273, 01/24/ Mercedes B. Scott, Anderson, IN, 273, 12/28/ Kelley Lynne Klebenow, Hinsdale, IL, 268, 07/10/ Landria Jo Christman, Otsego, MI, 267, 11/28/ Sheena Koushik, New Albany, OH, 265, 05/19/ Christiana J. Raymond, Westerville, OH, 264, 07/23/ Jennifer N. Greene, Worthington, OH, 264, 07/18/ Vanessa Whyte, Muncie, IN, 264, 06/23/ Jessica Easdale, Dublin, OH, 263, 05/26/ Erika N. Marschall, Hinsdale, IL, 262, 01/23/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 259, 08/09/ Katie Reinders, Nashotah, WI, 257, 07/03/ Bobbi Modesto, Highland, IN, 256, 08/20/ Lizzie Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 255, 10/19/ Christina Lee, Munster, IN, 253, 01/08/ Kasey K. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 250, 08/06/ Nicole Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, 250, 07/06/ Courtney Earnest, Lexington, OH, 250, 10/18/ Laura Shull, Springfield, IL, 248, 05/18/ Kristin M. Kurer, Port Washington, WI, 246, 02/18/ Hannelore A. MacDonald, Mundelein, IL, 246, 01/03/ Abby E. Greif, Newburgh, IN, 241, 02/09/ Elizabeth Houghton, Kalamazoo, MI, 240, 07/13/ April Burrage, Chicago, IL, 240, 06/02/ Chelsea B. Carter, Anderson, IN, 240, 01/25/ Cricket Geldermann, Lake Geneva, WI, 240, 09/10/ Lindsey Heller, Northbrook, IL, 237, 05/22/ Brittany R. O Reilly, Green Bay, WI, 237, 02/25/ Ali Peters, Naperville, IL, 235, 12/06/ Taylor D. Hines, Bellville, OH, 234, 08/12/ Emily T.V. Pham, Mason, OH, 234, 10/25/ Lydia A. Colvin, Pepper Pike, OH, 232, 02/15/ Rachel L. Barger, Decatur, IN, 231, 12/06/ Paige P. Murphy, Columbus, OH, 230, 12/17/ Lauren Pickrel, Kettering, OH, 229, 09/14/ Ashley M. Bonamer, Broadview Hts, OH, 228, 05/13/ Helen Alex, Darien, IL, 226, 12/26/ Andrea Calhoun, Midland, MI, 225, 07/24/ Natalie Robson, Copley, OH, 225, 11/17/ Lauren S. Aguilar, Gurnee, IL, 225, 05/20/ Kelsey L. Yoder, Massillon, OH, 224, 06/26/ Claire E. McNulty, Downers Grove, IL, 222, 11/22/ Laura Edwards, Brookfield, WI, 221, 03/03/ Cam Thompson, Bloomington, IN, 220, 09/05/ Stephanie N. Hess, Huntington, WV, 220, 11/12/ Nicole A. Selvaggio, Oak Lawn, IL, 218, 10/08/ Allyson Westling, Ft Wright, KY, 217, 06/05/ Brittany Counts, Greenwood, IN, 216, 09/15/ Stella Ross, Trotwood, OH, 215, 02/11/ Allison L. Tungate, Flora, IL, 213, 08/31/ Megan Renninger, Carmel, IN, 213, 10/01/ Lydia Schroeder, Jasper, IN, 213, 07/21/ Amy M. Nini, New Albany, OH, 213, 12/04/ Maureen A. Stevens, Columbus, OH, 212, 07/07/ Michelle J. Guarino, Midland, MI, 211, 10/20/ Karli A. Loewecke, Rochelle, IL, 210, 05/31/ Maria Lynn Anderson, Marshfield, WI, 208, 01/15/ Taylor C. Eckert, Greenwood, IN, 208, 12/08/ Rebecca Mittler, Elyria, OH, 207, 02/10/ Jessica Kruczek, Saint Clair Shores, MI, 206, 03/14/ Julia C. Volpenhein, Lakeside Park, KY, 206, 05/09/ Morgan A. Bechtel, TOLEDO, OH, 204, 04/15/ Paula Guimaraes, Granger, IN, 204, 09/02/ Lisa Silshtut, Northbrook, IL, 204, 06/12/ Rachel A. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 204, 10/22/ Meredith E. McDonagh, Bryan, OH, 203, 05/25/ Sarah Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 203, 03/19/ Sarah Thappa, Rockford, IL, 200, 07/04/ Madison Rothberger, Carmel, IN, 200, 03/31/1992 Girls 18 Individual Doubles 1. Courtney B. Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, 1230, 03/25/ Nida M. Hamilton, Oak Brook, IL, 1095, 10/29/ Misia Krasowski, Bannockburn, IL, 930, 07/25/ Hanna Mar, Burr Ridge, IL, 865, 11/07/ Julie Flanzer, Highland Park, IL, 735, 03/21/ Kathleen N. Saltarelli, Lake Bluff, IL, 710, 02/03/ Julia C. Fellerhoff, Deerfield, IL, 700, 10/27/ Elizabeth R. Epstein, Chicago, IL, 650, 11/29/ Gabrielle Clark, Chicago, IL, 640, 02/29/ Kate E. Turvy, Dublin, OH, 615, 11/06/ Jenny Hois, Downers Grove, IL, 610, 09/16/ Stephanie Danesis, Akron, OH, 600, 10/28/ Brittany L. Farmer, Terre Haute, IN, 600, 06/17/ Christina M. Riley, Plainfield, IN, 600, 07/12/ Gabrielle Steele, New Richmond, OH, 585, 05/20/ Nicole Flower, Columbus, OH, 584, 06/04/ Lauren Davis, Gates Mills, OH, 570, 10/09/ Mary Chupa, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 570, 02/07/ Carolyn Chupa, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 570, 08/09/ Jennifer Nalepa, Brighton, MI, 540, 07/04/ Alexandra K. Bush, Vienna, WV, 540, 09/30/ Bethany J. Law, Ona, WV, 540, 09/06/ Jenna C. Langhorst, Palatine, IL, 535, 10/12/ Kate B. Klein, Hinsdale, IL, 490, 10/15/ Julie Kirkland, Dayton, OH, 480, 10/20/ Kara Sherwood, Mentor, OH, 480, 01/10/ Madelyn Eccleston, Toledo, OH, 480, 04/26/ Alexandra C. Tapak, Hinsdale, IL, 475, 09/11/ Kathleen Hawkins, Portage, MI, 465, 07/08/ Mandy Brown, Mequon, WI, 440, 05/01/ Rachael Z. White, Deerfield, IL, 440, 04/27/ Elizabeth A. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 435, 05/23/ Katherine H. Bulling, Loveland, OH, 435, 09/29/ Gia N. McKnight, Chicago, IL, 430, 06/14/ Caroline R. Bauer, Winnetka, IL, 430, 08/21/ Annie Sullivan, Deerfield, IL, 430, 08/29/ Brittany L Parks, Northville, MI, 420, 06/16/ Christina Harazin, La Grange, IL, 405, 10/24/ Elise Woulfe, Western Sprgs, IL, 400, 09/04/ Christina F. Danosi, New Albany, OH, 400, 01/16/ Kayla Fujimoto, Geneva, IL, 390, 11/29/ Tara Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 390, 01/27/ Leah E. Pascarella, Frankfort, IL, 390, 08/29/ Emily L. Lombardi, Hinsdale, IL, 375, 01/28/ Rebecca Porter, Greenwood, IN, 375, 04/05/ Caroline E. Hedrick, Columbus, IN, 375, 02/21/ Katelyn M. Grubb, Elkhart, IN, 360, 09/17/ Emily Reuland, Aurora, IL, 360, 02/18/ Kristen A. Dodge, Barrington, IL, 357, 11/22/ Adriana Lingl, Rochester Hls, MI, 345, 05/21/ Katarina Lingl, Rochester Hls, MI, 345, 03/11/ Lindsay Nicole Hostetter, Livonia, MI, 345, 10/13/ Kara M. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 336, 10/10/ Melissa Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 330, 06/02/ Jenny Porter, Burr Ridge, IL, 330, 02/16/ Elizabeth Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 324, 04/28/ Stephanie Hollis, Rocky River, OH, 321, 02/22/ Kelly K. Barry, Elmhurst, IL, 320, 05/31/ Jasmine C. Lee, Canton, OH, 316, 05/24/ Johanna F. Manningham, Mishawaka, IN, 315, 04/03/ Kelsey L. Dieters, Shelby Twp, MI, 312, 12/17/ Emina Bektas, Indianapolis, IN, 310, 03/30/ Kelsey F. Haviland, Dayton, OH, 302, 07/18/ Kyle S. McPhillips, Willoughby, OH, 300, 04/05/ Courtney Wild, Carmel, IN, 298, 05/15/ Caroline Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 295, 02/29/ Justine M. Ciaravino, Huntingtn Wds, MI, 280, 04/20/ Kim Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 280, 05/14/ Julia Metzger, Perrysburg, OH, 275, 04/24/ Jade N. Johnson, Fort Wayne, IN, 270, 09/28/ Stefanie S. Youngberg, Saint Charles, IL, 270, 07/29/ Anne Marie Morin, Rochester Hls, MI, 270, 01/24/ Nicole Chiricosta, Avon Lake, OH, 261, 07/06/ Jill Pastunink, Zeeland, MI, 255, 02/01/ Katie Pleiman, Dayton, OH, 240, 10/16/ Anne E. Akhimien, Indianapolis, IN, 239, 03/27/ Ellen June Silver, Grand Rapids, MI, 234, 05/19/ Cali J. Gustafson, Riverwoods, IL, 225, 10/11/ Maggie M. Remynse, Richland, MI, 225, 07/11/ Caroline C. Starck, Williams Bay, WI, 225, 09/26/ Annemijn Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 225, 10/21/ Allison N. Fecko, Grand Rapids, MI, 225, 07/10/ Hunter Bullock, Terre Haute, IN, 225, 05/22/ Anastasija Dabiza, Skokie, IL, 225, 01/14/ Gabrielle Rubenstein, Carmel, IN, 223, 03/08/ Sarah K. MacPhail, Indianapolis, IN, 221, 05/21/ Leah K. Donoff, Tipp City, OH, 220, 08/31/ Amanda Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 220, 05/24/ Molly B. Wickman, Grand Rapids, MI, 220, 05/24/ Courtney L. Steiner, Fishers, IN, 216, 04/18/ Nicole Janek, Clarkston, MI, 214, 07/22/ Chelcie Abajian, Champaign, IL, 212, 07/20/ Chloe Karoub, Farmington Hills, MI, 210, 02/25/ Taylor Bullock, Terre Haute, IN, 209, 12/10/ Sarah L. Hebble, Sellersburg, IN, 209, 04/16/ Andrea Calhoun, Midland, MI, 207, 07/24/ Daniella Maria Patton, Midland, MI, 207, 02/04/ Katie A. Klyczek, Munster, IN, 195, 01/21/ Anastasia Voevodin, Dayton, OH, 195, 01/02/ Hannelore A. MacDonald, Mundelein, IL, 195, 01/03/ Jennifer A. Snyder, Highland Heights, OH, 195, 11/23/ Janel M. Seng, Jasper, IN, 193, 08/28/ Brittany Skemp, Brookfield, WI, 190, 04/10/ Cameron Dorsey, Pepper Pike, OH, 186, 05/27/ Y. Lan. Khuong, Bloomington, IN, 185, 10/28/ Julia R. Youn, Mason, OH, 185, 08/30/ Mary D. Hill, Munster, IN, 180, 01/04/ Mary A. Covington, Villa Hills, KY, 180, 12/19/ Jackie Wang, Novi, MI, 180, 11/09/ Megan Gow, St Charles, IL, 180, 11/29/ Sophia Ismail, Maineville, OH, 180, 09/01/ Alexandra Thurman, Harrison Twp, MI, 180, 10/12/ Allyson L. Bernstein, Northbrook, IL, 178, 01/24/ Hannah Esker, Effingham, IL, 177, 12/09/ Lindsay Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 175, 02/05/ Alexandra D. Power, Powell, OH, 165, 05/07/ Morgan Weuve, Green Bay, WI, 161, 09/01/ Jasmine Williams, Detroit, MI, 160, 05/19/ Ashleigh E. Witte, West Chester, OH, 150, 11/26/ Ashley R. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 149, 04/24/ Maddy D. Bogle, Terre Haute, IN, 149, 07/30/ Lauren Lukas, Manitowoc, WI, 149, 01/12/ Bethany G. Moore, Lebanon, IN, 144, 11/23/ Rebecca L. Nelson, Brookfield, WI, 144, 10/31/ Emily Y. Chiao, Ann Arbor, MI, 135, 04/05/ Samantha Lynn Griffin, Port Clinton, OH, 135, 03/25/ Chelsea Beck, Port Clinton, OH, 135, 10/04/ Lauren S. Aguilar, Gurnee, IL, 134, 05/20/ Scarlett Hoy, Fox Point, WI, 132, 07/05/ Lauren M. Gryniewicz, Brookfield, WI, 132, 04/24/ Andrea F. Kerwin, Wheaton, IL, 132, 11/18/ Kayley Carswell, Brookfield, WI, 130, 01/24/ Alyssa Lucas, Clarkston, MI, 129, 12/31/ Nisha Crouser, Columbus, OH, 125, 12/30/ Meagan Harrington, Iron Mountain, MI, 125, 06/17/ Caitlin C. Ludlow, Newberry, MI, 125, 11/26/ Katelyn Radler, Brookfield, WI, 124, 04/29/ Elissa A. Halla, Manitowoc, WI, 124, 01/19/ Neha J. Patel, Powell, OH, 124, 12/31/ Noel Scott, Chicago, IL, 120, 02/03/ Tiffany E. Schendel, Fort Wayne, IN, 116, 07/02/ Amy E. Gaisser, Indianapolis, IN, 115, 07/03/ Lizzie Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 112, 10/19/ Marcy Huck, Anderson, IN, 112, 04/13/ Sheena Koushik, New Albany, OH, 110, 05/19/ Carol Y. Hsu, Fishers, IN, 108, 02/10/ Susie Chen, Carmel, IN, 108, 04/26/ Kasey J. Land, Jasper, IN, 108, 09/01/ Shelby C. Hullett, Martinsville, IN, 108, 05/29/ Kayla N. Tuscany, Miamisburg, OH, 105, 09/18/ Melissa Renee Flowers, Orland Park, IL, 105, 07/17/ Aubrey Logan Gillman, Port Clinton, OH, 105, 04/26/ Tara Hayes, Shelby Twp, MI, 105, 05/06/ Katie Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 105, 08/09/ Kelly Ann Doran, Dublin, OH, 105, 07/24/ Kaitlyn E. Bilyeu, Terre Haute, IN, 103, 11/09/ Katie Reinders, Nashotah, WI, 103, 07/03/ Melanie Milling, Wheaton, IL, 103, 10/02/ Heather Esker, Effingham, IL, 102, 03/26/ Abby Gehlhausen, Jasper, IN, 100, 04/07/ Lydia Schroeder, Jasper, IN, 100, 07/21/ Brianna E. Markgraf, Rockford, IL, 100, 01/04/ Abigail C. Lewis, Westerville, OH, 97, 09/18/ Tory A. Painter, Centerville, OH, 95, 04/07/ Amanda Warner, Cleveland, OH, 94, 04/29/ Joy Warner, Highland Hts, OH, 94, 07/06/ Kara Anne Paroubek, De Pere, WI, 94, 04/11/ Brittany R. O Reilly, Green Bay, WI, 94, 02/25/ Riley H. Blanks, Cleveland, OH, 92, 11/06/ Diana Covalschi, Shelby Twp, MI, 90, 02/22/ Rachel C. Margolies, Madison, WI, 90, 08/09/ Brooke N. Henry, Aurora, IL, 90, 12/02/ Amanda H. Polster, Shaker Heights, OH, 90, 02/13/ Megan S. McNamara, Maumee, OH, 90, 02/26/ Christine R. Coffman, Akron, OH, 90, 02/01/ Janelle A. Prisner, Saint Johns, MI, 90, 05/03/ Mia E. Elmore, Springfield, IL, 90, 04/23/ Katee Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 90, 11/17/ Kristin M. Gobberg, Cary, IL, 90, 06/11/ Michelle J. Guarino, Midland, MI, 90, 10/20/ Stacey M. Cox, Columbus, OH, 90, 03/05/ Deedee Myers, Winnetka, IL, 90, 04/02/ Elizabeth Edershile, Peoria, IL, 89, 10/10/ Abby Tresedder, KINGSFORD, MI, 89, 01/06/ Ashlyn C. Rang, Fort Wayne, IN, 89, 06/25/ Nisha Garg, Naperville, IL, 88, 11/07/ Maggie Youel, Crystal Lake, IL, 88, 02/29/ Elizabeth A. Rice, Brookfield, WI, 88, 01/21/ Alexandra Jones, Naperville, IL, 88, 05/28/ Nelle Youel, Crystal Lake, IL, 88, 06/25/ Tracy T. Thorsell, Martinsville, IN, 88, 11/14/ Natalie K. Foster, Cato, WI, 88, 06/25/ Kendra Mills, Elmhurst, IL, 88, 03/12/ Brooke A. Porter, Elmhurst, IL, 88, 05/30/ Christina Colarossi, Dearborn Heights, MI, 87, 03/03/ Katie E. Wilson, Middletown, IN, 84, 11/03/ Cristin B. Reed, Akron, OH, 84, 03/03/ Meghan M. Reed, Akron, OH, 84, 12/03/ Allison Marie Woodward, De Pere, WI, 84, 01/14/ Meredith E. McDonagh, Bryan, OH, 81, 05/25/ Mallory R. Metheny, Terre Haute, IN, 81, 07/09/ Emma Laduke, Clarksville, IN, 80, 09/14/ Kelsey K. Wisman, Greenville, IN, 80, 01/05/ Nisha Nataraj, Gahanna, OH, 80, 02/26/ Parul Reddy, New Albany, OH, 79, 08/21/ Jesika A. Bays, Zionsville, IN, 76, 02/04/ Carly N. Miles, Greentown, IN, 76, 10/07/ Annabeth Barnard, Indianapolis, IN, 75, 04/17/ Erika N. Marschall, Hinsdale, IL, 75, 01/23/ Rachel M. Denny, Oakland Twp, MI, 75, 09/16/ Amy M. Nini, New Albany, OH, 75, 12/04/ Kathryn S. Farrar, Dublin, OH, 75, 08/22/ Lindsay G. Shaefer, Mason, OH, 75, 06/12/ Whitney D. Thomas, New Albany, IN, 75, 04/17/ Elizabeth Trancik, Carmel, IN, 75, 05/28/ Rachel A. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 74, 10/22/ Claire Connor, Normal, IL, 74, 03/13/ Carly Holloway, Willoughby, OH, 74, 04/24/ Maureen A. Stevens, Columbus, OH, 73, 07/07/ Kate Winingham, Carmel, IN, 72, 08/21/ Katherine Cunningham, Neenah, WI, 72, 01/25/ Brittany Counts, Greenwood, IN, 72, 09/15/ Sidnay Huck, Anderson, IN, 72, 07/22/ Mary Catherine Faller, Green Bay, WI, 72, 02/20/ Cara Rectanus, Granger, IN, 72, 05/30/ Bari Reynolds, Sterling, IL, 72, 07/18/ Katie Bouggy, W Lafayette, IN, 71, 09/01/ Lauren Hayes, Terre Haute, IN, 69, 09/24/ Margaret E. MacPhail, Indianapolis, IN, 68, 05/17/ Emma E. Bilyeu, Terre Haute, IN, 66, 06/12/ Ali R. Althans, Chagrin Falls, OH, 64, 11/02/ Katie Marie Pott, Green Bay, WI, 64, 08/09/ Erika Michelle Bruns, Kingsford, MI, 64, 11/09/ Madison Rothberger, Carmel, IN, 62, 03/31/ Meghan Buell, New Albany, OH, 60, 04/25/ Chelsea Hall, Mason, MI, 60, 12/21/ Lindsay Claire Fox, Winnetka, IL, 60, 12/27/ Courtney Earnest, Lexington, OH, 60, 10/18/ Shellie M. Webster, Mansfield, OH, 60, 07/17/ Ashley Stockwell, Okemos, MI, 60, 09/12/ Courtney Lymburner, Ann Arbor, MI, 60, 09/27/ Kelsey Vandewege, Ann Arbor, MI, 60, 03/15/ Molly Drake, University Ht, OH, 60, 03/13/ Elise C. Griffin, Broadview Heights, OH, 60, 07/28/ Kristina Hallett, Willoughby, OH, 59, 02/09/ Jessica Rink, Granger, IN, 59, 10/04/ Laura Edwards, Brookfield, WI, 56, 03/03/ Jasmine N. Minor, Mundelein, IL, 56, 08/26/ Sarah L. Potter, Terre Haute, IN, 56, 01/04/ Jennie R. Mokszycke, Escanaba, MI, 56, 06/30/ Olivia Barron, Wells, MI, 56, 06/09/ Heather Bong, Nashotah, WI, 56, 06/05/ Margaret E. Faller, Green Bay, WI, 56, 01/08/ Maddie Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 51, 03/19/ Kilee Saxe, Mount Carmel, IL, 51, 07/30/ Sarah Patterson, Hinsdale, IL, 51, 03/13/ Kara Richardson, Columbus, OH, 50, 01/18/1993 Boys 10 Singles 1. Tyler Nathaniel Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 957, 01/06/ Robin Engel, Fox Point, WI, 923, 05/04/ Jason J. Kerst, Ann Arbor, MI, 829, 03/10/ Noah Frederick Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 723, 02/01/ Kristopher Luis Ortega, Homer Glen, IL, 580, 05/29/ Graeme Franklin Green, New Albany, OH, 575, 06/20/ Tommy Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 545, 04/03/ Kailas Shekhar Sane, Elm Grove, WI, 524, 11/14/ Michael Ha, Clarendon Hills, IL, 522, 01/28/ Daniel Boussom, Goshen, IN, 488, 11/05/ Connor B. Johnston, Novi, MI, 479, 11/11/ David Horneffer, Brookfield, WI, 455, 06/15/ Gianni M. Ross, Burr Ridge, IL, 452, 02/04/ Jared C. Pratt, Middleton, WI, 427, 09/05/ Alexander W. Reinbold, Charlotte, MI, 422, 05/26/ Robert Krill, Elm Grove, WI, 421, 05/27/ Robert Cash, New Albany, OH, 402, 03/07/ Mitchell Thai, Galloway, OH, 402, 01/21/ Benjamin Joseph Sinense, Elm Grove, WI, 396, 11/29/ Bryan Takashi Yoshino, Dublin, OH, 396, 09/29/ Scott Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 395, 04/03/ Jack Zelezny, Columbus, OH, 382, 08/11/ Matthew A. Harvey, Lake Forest, IL, 379, 02/05/ Lukas Greif, Newburgh, IN, 373, 12/02/ David Michael Beedle, Lake Forest, IL, 369, 09/08/ Rajeev Laungani, Sylvania, OH, 369, 08/01/ Jibril Nettles, Detroit, MI, 350, 12/22/ Connor Polender, Lake Bluff, IL, 340, 01/24/ Danny Earl Thomas, Canal Winchester, OH, 331, 11/22/ Nicholas Kovach, Naperville, IL, 329, 07/20/ Tejas Srikanth, Marion, IN, 328, 10/24/ Sean Reid, Mason, OH, 328, 02/19/ Nicholas John Marino, Northbrook, IL, 327, 12/21/ Christopher Ryan Casati, Deerfield, IL, 316, 06/08/ Varun Ravi Shanker, Midland, MI, 313, 02/18/ Oliver Jay Weaver, Williamston, MI, 310, 02/15/ Bryce Bonin, Crown Point, IN, 309, 05/17/ Eric Hunter, Columbus, OH, 309, 09/26/ Rohit Nagaraj, Terre Haute, IN, 308, 01/22/ Franklin Arthur Brozovich, Fort Gratiot, MI, 307, 06/08/ Michael Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 305, 04/23/ Ben L. Weider, Perrysburg, OH, 303, 04/30/ Rohan Vaishnav, Canton, MI, 303, 09/27/ Michal Kusznerko, Chicago, IL, 300, 02/25/ Jack Hughes, Upper Arlington, OH, 296, 09/21/ Jake Van Emburgh, Verona, WI, 293, 09/23/ Johnathan Small, Midland, MI, 290, 12/27/ Maitreya Movva, Columbus, OH, 288, 07/16/ Adam Neff, West Chester, OH, 287, 05/30/ Doug Francken, Waukesha, WI, 287, 05/08/ Ryan Rafael Issa, Maumee, OH, 285, 09/09/ Eli Crew Steiner, Leo, IN, 285, 06/26/ Jack Winkler, Lake Forest, IL, 285, 05/11/ Nicholas Zazove, Highland Park, IL, 284, 02/25/ Casey Johnson, Kohler, WI, 280, 09/23/ Noah G. Roberts, Franklin, IN, 280, 07/31/ Ethan Gregory Budiono, Sussex, WI, 275, 06/14/ Ryon C. Zent, Charleston, WV, 272, 02/03/ Joshua Daniel Pudlo, Village Of Lakewood, IL, 270, 05/31/ Benjamin Randall Bush, Long Grove, IL, 263, 02/09/ Jack Douglas Geissler, Joliet, IL, 263, 05/27/ Shaheel Shankar Mitra, Cincinnati, OH, 261, 08/18/ Dylan Jensen, Petoskey, MI, 256, 09/11/ David S. Buchinsky, Solon, OH, 256, 12/30/ Patrick Anderson, Racine, WI, 253, 01/14/ Vidyut Yadav, Toledo, OH, 250, 02/07/ Rex Alley, Warsaw, IN, 249, 01/21/ Austin Barr, Chagrin Falls, OH, 247, 07/30/ Wyatt Peterman, Terrace Park, OH, 243, 09/08/ Alexis Eugen Haselwanter, Clarkston, MI, 241, 05/10/ Ryan Snyder, Mason, OH, 240, 10/25/ Logan Reid Mathies, Jasper, IN, 240, 08/04/ Nicholas I. Koenig, Charleston, WV, 240, 06/14/ Hunter Nosek, Wyoming, MI, 236, 08/08/ Ricky Newell, Schererville, IN, 235, 01/25/ John Pooley, Chicago, IL, 232, 10/15/ J. Logan. Oliver, Hamilton, OH, 232, 02/09/ Brandon Wu, Evansville, IN, 232, 07/21/ Peter C. Horne, Winnetka, IL, 232, 05/26/ Robby Mayher, Maineville, OH, 231, 05/28/ Janak Kumar Mukherji, Northville, MI, 231, 04/28/ Taylor J. Antes, Battle Creek, MI, 224, 12/21/ Christopher Ryan Lee, Great Lakes, IL, 224, 10/10/ Evan Kinkade Bottorff, Newburgh, IN, 224, 11/20/ Jack Martin-Dyer, Ann Arbor, MI, 223, 03/22/ JT Wynne, Indianapolis, IN, 220, 07/25/ Benji Jacobson, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 220, 03/07/ Reed Patrick Crocker, Kalamazoo, MI, 218, 12/08/ Oliver Natarajan, Chicago, IL, 217, 08/01/ Jonluke B. Passett, Orland Park, IL, 216, 05/31/ Randon Rybak, North Royalton, OH, 216, 03/29/ Eric Michael Wing, Chicago, IL, 212, 02/08/ Colin Palmer-Hawkins, Rochester, MI, 209, 12/26/ Blake Robert Oslan, Winnetka, IL, 208, 06/01/ Charles John McDonough, Wheaton, IL, 208, 07/09/ Peter Golder, Bargersville, IN, 208, 03/21/ Jonathan Thomas Hornett, Marion, IN, 207, 10/03/ Steven Perkins Christie, Indianapolis, IN, 206, 03/05/ Edon Kosova, Naperville, IL, 206, 10/11/ Brett W. Meyers, Naperville, IL, 204, 07/05/ Lucas Horve, Forsyth, IL, 203, 02/25/ Koushik Kondapi, Novi, MI, 202, 04/18/ Michael Roehmer, Mt Pleasant, MI, 200, 08/07/ Daniel Ethan Beedle, Lake Forest, IL, 200, 07/28/ Peter W. Alex, Darien, IL, 200, 02/25/1999 Boys 10 Individual Doubles 1. Tyler Nathaniel Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 268, 01/06/ Vidyut Yadav, Toledo, OH, 267, 02/07/ Jason J. Kerst, Ann Arbor, MI, 253, 03/10/ Bryan Takashi Yoshino, Dublin, OH, 169, 09/29/ Connor B. Johnston, Novi, MI, 165, 11/11/ Eric Hunter, Columbus, OH, 149, 09/26/ Christopher A. Adams, Port Huron, MI, 135, 12/11/ Josh Mukherjee, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 135, 05/28/ Patrick Reed, Monroe, MI, 131, 09/18/ Brandon Wu, Evansville, IN, 124, 07/21/ Robert Cash, New Albany, OH, 119, 03/07/ David Joseph Sinense, Elm Grove, WI, 116, 06/18/ Daniel Ethan Beedle, Lake Forest, IL, 105, 07/28/ David Michael Beedle, Lake Forest, IL, 105, 09/08/ Graeme Franklin Green, New Albany, OH, 105, 06/20/ Spencer Reist, Indianapolis, IN, 102, 10/05/ Rohit Nagaraj, Terre Haute, IN, 100, 01/22/ Patrick Hennegan Fletchall, Carmel, IN, 87, 06/29/ Parker Dyer, Zionsville, IN, 82, 10/13/ Michael Ha, Clarendon Hills, IL, 80, 01/28/ Ben L. Weider, Perrysburg, OH, 75, 04/30/ William M. Milne, Carmel, IN, 72, 11/05/ Benjamin Joseph Sinense, Elm Grove, WI, 64, 11/29/ Gavin Aten, Akron, OH, 60, 03/05/ William Eaton Pema, Columbus, OH, 60, 09/08/ Jack Zelezny, Columbus, OH, 59, 08/11/ Wilson Freije, Indianapolis, IN, 56, 03/18/ Louis Nanni, South Bend, IN, 54, 09/03/1998 Boys 12 Singles 1. Hunter J. Tubert, Huntington, WV, 1655, 07/19/ Aron Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 1540, 04/17/ Jacob Dunbar, Medina, OH, 1355, 10/02/ Martin P. Joyce, Hinsdale, IL, 1345, 10/11/ Riley H. Reist, Indianapolis, IN, 1335, 07/23/ Danny Coran, Mequon, WI, 1330, 04/19/ Sameer Kumar, Carmel, IN, 1320, 07/10/ Jack T. Murray, Birmingham, MI, 1309, 08/01/ Michael Dube, Livonia, MI, 1225, 02/12/ Stephen P. Miller, Hilliard, OH, 1190, 10/08/ Asher Hirsch, Cincinnati, OH, 1160, 12/06/ Jordan Tyler Belga, Elk Grove Village, IL, 1140, 06/03/ Patrick Wildman, Cincinnati, OH, 1110, 09/20/1995 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 35

36 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Boys Rankings Aron Hiltzik Tyler Gardiner 14. Michal Kusznerko, Chicago, IL, 1075, 02/25/ Maximilian Au Fliegner, Clarkston, MI, 1038, 02/26/ Jeffrey L. Chen, Carmel, IN, 1030, 03/05/ Michael Anthony Trupiano, Livonia, MI, 965, 08/22/ Vincent Brandon Lin, Schaumburg, IL, 960, 07/28/ Sam G. Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 935, 03/22/ Luke Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 908, 02/20/ Peter Andrew Tarwid, Lake Forest, IL, 860, 08/26/ Bertram Najev, Fort Wayne, IN, 845, 10/18/ Julian Guerra, Midland, MI, 835, 09/20/ James H. Garrett, Howell, MI, 803, 12/10/ Sam Dart, Harbor Springs, MI, 785, 07/24/ Mark H. Ihrig, Munster, IN, 770, 06/20/ Jasper Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 765, 05/06/ Davis J. Crocker, Kalamazoo, MI, 748, 03/13/ Eddie Grabill, Hinsdale, IL, 740, 06/29/ Luke Tsai, Mason, OH, 740, 09/09/ Siddarth K. Ahuja, Gates Mills, OH, 740, 02/29/ William T. Kammerait, Mequon, WI, 738, 10/20/ Timothy Wang, Novi, MI, 735, 01/01/ Alex Galustian, Glencoe, IL, 730, 09/26/ Jalen R. Evans, Kalamazoo, MI, 725, 08/28/ Jacob V. Gumbleton, Kalamazoo, MI, 716, 07/23/ William J. Koehrsen, East Peoria, IL, 690, 06/01/ Brice Leslie Polender, Lake Bluff, IL, 690, 01/05/ Scott Christian, Lake Forest, IL, 680, 10/24/ Ivan Rakic, Ann Arbor, MI, 670, 10/10/ Adam Lacki, Troy, MI, 640, 03/16/ Alan J. Sweet, Madison, WI, 630, 03/12/ JT Wynne, Indianapolis, IN, 620, 07/25/ Johnathan Small, Midland, MI, 615, 12/27/ Brandon Z. Dechter, Mundelein, IL, 610, 03/13/ Aaron Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 605, 05/30/ Austin Leo Aten, Monticello, IL, 593, 12/10/ Nicholas P. Werner, Carmel, IN, 591, 12/26/ Michael Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 585, 04/23/ David Andrew Beasley, Greenwood, IN, 572, 02/23/ Brian A. Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 570, 11/15/ Ronnie Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 545, 05/15/ Jad Abdul-Aal, Warren, OH, 537, 07/21/ Andrzej Szczepaniak, Oak Lawn, IL, 535, 06/15/ Radhakrishna Sri Bharghav Vishnubhotla, Westfield, IN, 522, 04/18/ Colin Harvey, Lake Forest, IL, 520, 01/27/ Brandon Jordan Wozniczka, Chicago, IL, 520, 08/07/ Alexander Kim, Milford, MI, 515, 02/06/ O Neal. W. Koger, Bloomfield, MI, 510, 11/04/ Ishvdeep Singh, Champaign, IL, 509, 06/08/ Austin Hussey, Union, KY, 508, 04/30/ Deepak K. Indrakanti, Cincinnati, OH, 504, 08/08/ Kevin Mei, Ann Arbor, MI, 501, 09/20/ Tate S. Allwardt, Chicago, IL, 501, 06/15/ Ron Beilinson, Beachwood, OH, 498, 10/28/ Mustafa H. Ahmad, Loveland, OH, 496, 11/05/ Daniel Moyer, Kalamazoo, MI, 495, 10/26/ Conner Kaarsbarg Andersen, Greenwood, IN, 492, 01/31/ John M. McNally, Cincinnati, OH, 491, 10/18/ Dhruv S. Yadav, Toledo, OH, 490, 10/26/ Michael Roehmer, Mt Pleasant, MI, 488, 08/07/ Louis C. Remynse, Richland, MI, 487, 09/12/ Joel Montgomery, Powell, OH, 487, 11/12/ C.J. Cash, New Albany, OH, 479, 02/19/ Alexander Bertolini, Carmel, IN, 476, 06/10/ Tyler S. Klepach, Centerville, OH, 475, 07/28/ Justin Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 475, 04/01/ Luke C. Wojtalik, Indianapolis, IN, 470, 08/10/ Branden Metzler, Rockford, IL, 464, 08/09/ Kristopher Luis Ortega, Homer Glen, IL, 449, 05/29/ Luis Marcelo Salas, Ann Arbor, MI, 445, 05/08/ Davis Huber, Fort Wayne, IN, 440, 11/17/ Tommy Saunders, Akron, OH, 438, 07/24/ Alex O. Ross, Burr Ridge, IL, 435, 06/04/ Luke M. Mills, Midland, MI, 431, 11/18/ Scott Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 430, 08/22/ Nicholas J. Goralka, Chicago, IL, 423, 08/03/ Alex Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 421, 04/14/ William E. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 415, 04/08/ John Dugan Delp, Holland, OH, 412, 10/04/ Scott W. Van Der Wiel, Carmel, IN, 406, 02/12/ Tom Carney, Joliet, IL, 392, 09/13/ Tommy Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 392, 04/03/ Nicholas S. Sanders, Cincinnati, OH, 389, 10/23/ Dylan Stern, Cincinnati, OH, 384, 09/26/ Ryan Massinople, Charleston, WV, 384, 11/17/ Austin Gregory Russell, Plainfield, IL, 383, 02/01/ Brent Mackman, Mequon, WI, 374, 10/30/ Daniel J. Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 365, 04/07/ Shouta Michael Fukamachi, Mayfield Hts, OH, 364, 07/29/ Benjamin Randall Bush, Long Grove, IL, 364, 02/09/ Nick Dykema, De Pere, WI, 363, 08/19/ David Joseph Sinense, Elm Grove, WI, 363, 06/18/ Connor B. Johnston, Novi, MI, 360, 11/11/ Vinayak Vinnie Nagaraj, Palatine, IL, 360, 10/10/ Jack S. Petersen, Ann Arbor, MI, 359, 07/17/ David A. Zakhodin, Northbrook, IL, 358, 11/08/ Nicholas Urban, Lemont, IL, 356, 11/06/ John G. Armstrong, Westfield, IN, 351, 01/07/ JJ Wolf, Loveland, OH, 351, 12/21/ Jason J. Kerst, Ann Arbor, MI, 351, 03/10/ Michael D. Sienko, Williamston, MI, 345, 09/29/ William Joseph Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 345, 05/09/ Frank Wong, River Hills, WI, 343, 06/11/ Thomas Fawcett, Winnetka, IL, 340, 10/18/ Temilope O. Adelakun, Hinsdale, IL, 340, 01/14/ Vincent Anzalone, Wickliffe, OH, 337, 01/24/ Daniel Patrick Rayl, Carmel, IN, 333, 08/18/ William Shkrob, West Bloomfield, MI, 332, 07/18/ Kristian Krcek, Downers Grove, IL, 329, 10/01/ Johnny Cameron, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 326, 08/13/ Tyler Washington, Bloomington, IL, 326, 06/03/ Alex C. Taylor, Yellow Spgs, OH, 323, 03/23/ Tanner R. Halligan, Yorkville, IL, 322, 03/19/ Christopher Scott, Chicago, IL, 319, 09/22/ Brenton Daniel Reyner, Warsaw, IN, 319, 06/20/ Troy Weider, Perrysburg, OH, 318, 01/18/ Nathan Andrew Griffin, Broadview Heights, OH, 317, 06/12/ Kevin J. Brown, Perrysburg, OH, 313, 03/17/ Brandon Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 313, 03/16/ James Spaulding, Winnetka, IL, 310, 06/12/ Benjamin P. Urshan, Centralia, IL, 309, 06/03/ Jason Koesler, Oswego, IL, 309, 07/25/ Cuyler W. Burke, Willow Springs, IL, 308, 03/31/ Tristan James Nosek, Wyoming, MI, 308, 04/06/ Sean Bradley Ferguson, Dublin, OH, 308, 09/18/ Max Shiwen Zheng, Champaign, IL, 308, 10/14/ Robin Engel, Fox Point, WI, 307, 05/04/ Matthew Reed Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 304, 08/01/ Peter Hariri, Northville, MI, 302, 11/11/ Samuel Joseph Berman, Milwaukee, WI, 299, 10/20/ Anthony Arocho, Norridge, IL, 298, 02/28/ Ian Brandon, Rockford, IL, 295, 01/08/ Scott Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 295, 04/03/ Miguel Perez Monge, Northbrook, IL, 294, 10/12/ Nico Mostardi, Avon, OH, 291, 01/16/ Nick Hennessey, Carmel, IN, 289, 12/03/ Grant Reiman, Morton, IL, 287, 12/09/ Matthew Zhang, Buffalo Grove, IL, 285, 07/05/ Steward James Sell, Kalamazoo, MI, 280, 01/15/ Andrew Klein, Augusta, MI, 280, 04/05/ Alexander K. Lee, Fort Wayne, IN, 279, 03/19/ Jason Hongwei Chang, Midland, MI, 278, 04/26/ Samuel Smith, Springfield, OH, 277, 03/30/ Jordan Myles Jacobsen, Okemos, MI, 276, 04/25/ Roko Spahija, Youngstown, OH, 276, 10/28/ Robert T. Stroup, Novelty, OH, 275, 09/26/ Gianni M. Ross, Burr Ridge, IL, 275, 02/04/ Bill Duo, Portage, MI, 273, 01/04/ Gabriel Apaza, Northville, MI, 272, 08/18/ Lukas Greif, Newburgh, IN, 272, 12/02/ Peter Dakich, Carmel, IN, 270, 03/23/ Carson Burke, Mount Prospect, IL, 270, 03/16/ Ryan Jeffrey Docalavich, Mequon, WI, 269, 11/08/ Yuji Cusick, Hinsdale, IL, 269, 08/12/ Jeffrey Melvin, Columbus, OH, 266, 03/07/ Chandler Downs, Downers Grove, IL, 265, 09/20/ Colin Sandgren, Forsyth, IL, 263, 07/04/ Jack Bennett Dykema, De Pere, WI, 262, 07/13/ Joseph Paradiso, Birmingham, MI, 262, 11/25/ Thomas Malone Camilleri, Whitefish Bay, WI, 258, 06/07/ Noah Frederick Karoub, Farmington Hls, MI, 257, 02/01/ Josh Mukherjee, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 257, 05/28/ Nicholas Peterman, Terrace Park, OH, 257, 02/20/ TJ Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 256, 02/27/ Joseph W. Thomas, Canton, OH, 256, 11/29/ Andrew Makarov, Richfield, OH, 256, 06/22/ James Raymond O Connor, Evansville, IN, 256, 12/09/ Nathan J. Bogle, Terre Haute, IN, 256, 09/02/ Marshall Andrew Dagostine, Charleston, WV, 256, 05/28/ Andre Norasith, Elgin, IL, 254, 12/06/ Patrick Browne, Chicago, IL, 253, 09/01/ Cameron P. Schoolcraft, Greenwood, IN, 252, 02/27/ Brett Forman, Troy, MI, 250, 07/30/ Andrew A. Komarov, Buffalo Grove, IL, 250, 09/01/ Chas Richard Mayer, Wilmette, IL, 250, 07/11/ Daniel Boussom, Goshen, IN, 250, 11/05/ Eugene Campbell McElheny, Carbondale, IL, 249, 08/23/ Timothy M. McNulty, Indianapolis, IN, 248, 07/18/ Steven Perkins Christie, Indianapolis, IN, 248, 03/05/ Charles C. Xu, Rochester, MI, 248, 02/26/ Adam David Kolnik, Walworth, WI, 248, 11/05/ Chase Peery, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, 248, 11/12/ Austin Dumas, Fort Wayne, IN, 247, 05/01/ Ben Pensuwan, Wilmette, IL, 247, 10/17/ Tony J. Leto, Downers Grove, IL, 246, 05/15/ Wentong Zhang, Whitefish Bay, WI, 245, 03/13/ Sean Charles Anderson, Granger, IN, 243, 11/11/ William P. Sauser, Northbrook, IL, 242, 01/29/ Nakul Narendran, Cincinnati, OH, 241, 11/20/ Santino V. Dimichaelangelo, Westerville, OH, 241, 06/07/ Nicholas Sweeney, Columbus, OH, 241, 06/16/ Nicholas Zazove, Highland Park, IL, 241, 02/25/ Alex Wittenbaum, Cincinnati, OH, 241, 05/13/ Alexander Abshire Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 240, 04/14/ Kyle D. Chin, Aurora, IL, 240, 11/15/ Connor Michelich, Westlake, OH, 240, 05/17/ Andrew James Dahl, Fort Atkinson, WI, 240, 04/16/ David Horneffer, Brookfield, WI, 240, 06/15/ Shane Dempsey, Cross Lanes, WV, 240, 05/22/ Adam A. Alamah, Flushing, MI, 239, 03/31/ Trevor Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 239, 09/24/ Kevin M. Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 237, 05/07/ Tyler Smith, Dayton, OH, 237, 01/02/ Ryan Rafael Issa, Maumee, OH, 236, 09/09/ Grant G. Wunderlich, Portage, MI, 236, 10/06/ Adam Nicolas Bercz, Cincinnati, OH, 236, 03/18/ Cameron Randolph Raglin, Reynoldsburg, OH, 234, 01/07/ Kevin Hurley, Novi, MI, 234, 05/24/ Ryan Hardin, Chicago, IL, 233, 12/29/ Nicholas Solarewicz, Rockford, MI, 232, 12/24/ Michael Czlonka, Hinsdale, IL, 232, 03/10/ Colton Luburgh, Naperville, IL, 231, 03/21/ Jeffrey C. Williams, Cleveland Heights, OH, 231, 08/30/ Sean Carroll, Evansville, IN, 229, 03/29/ Rohan Vaishnav, Canton, MI, 229, 09/27/ Tyler Barr, Chagrin Falls, OH, 228, 08/02/ Zach W. Berry, Springboro, OH, 228, 12/01/ Collin Craig Rigney, Batesville, IN, 228, 12/09/ Jimmy Engelhart, Elm Grove, WI, 227, 01/12/ Connor G. Johnston, Burtchville, MI, 226, 05/14/ Trent Reiman, Morton, IL, 225, 12/09/ Koushik Kondapi, Novi, MI, 225, 04/18/ Joey Peter Charbel, River Forest, IL, 225, 05/16/ Will H. Andres, New Albany, IN, 224, 12/26/ Samuel Komis, Lake Zurich, IL, 224, 06/20/ Brandon H. Kim, Oak Brook, IL, 222, 01/11/ Martin Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 220, 08/24/ Jacob Y. Wareti, Bexley, OH, 220, 09/07/ Christopher Bak, Cincinnati, OH, 220, 06/30/ Samuel N. Owoo-Battlet, Plano, IL, 219, 09/20/ Andrew Buchanan, Mequon, WI, 218, 01/31/ Colin B. Richter, Dyer, IN, 218, 06/13/ Rohan Gupta, Dublin, OH, 218, 02/19/ Jack Wennerstrum, Western Springs, IL, 217, 11/27/ Andrew Cole, Cleves, OH, 217, 01/12/ Aaron Rempel, Mequon, WI, 216, 05/25/ Nicholas J. Kuntzi, North Aurora, IL, 216, 04/25/ Johnathon Benedetto, Winnetka, IL, 216, 11/23/ Daniel J. Levine, Highland Park, IL, 216, 09/10/ Joshua A. Greenberg, Wilmette, IL, 216, 02/17/ Weston Noall, Solon, OH, 215, 05/28/ Paul Eugene Gota, Moreland Hills, OH, 212, 11/01/ Griffin W. Hoover, Carmel, IN, 211, 11/14/ Abel Quintero, Hinsdale, IL, 210, 08/16/ Alexander W. Reinbold, Charlotte, MI, 208, 05/26/ Kailas Shekhar Sane, Elm Grove, WI, 208, 11/14/ Austin G. Budiono, Sussex, WI, 207, 03/25/ Manickam Shanmugam Manickam, Sandusky, OH, 207, 07/26/ Benjamin David Orwin, Portage, MI, 204, 08/15/ Bryan Takashi Yoshino, Dublin, OH, 204, 09/29/ Christopher Jacob Chacko, Bloomingdale, IL, 201, 01/17/ Lucas Rooney, Columbus, OH, 201, 10/15/ Joshua Daniel Pudlo, Village Of Lakewood, IL, 201, 05/31/ Anthony Rozum, Stow, OH, Tyler Jordan Holsopple, Upper Arlington, OH, 200, 12/31/1996 Boys 12 Individual Doubles 1. Aron Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 1230, 04/17/ Danny Coran, Mequon, WI, 1030, 04/19/ Jack T. Murray, Birmingham, MI, 930, 08/01/ Stephen P. Miller, Hilliard, OH, 915, 10/08/ Jordan Tyler Belga, Elk Grove Village, IL, 870, 06/03/ Sameer Kumar, Carmel, IN, 855, 07/10/ Patrick Wildman, Cincinnati, OH, 735, 09/20/ Asher Hirsch, Cincinnati, OH, 735, 12/06/ Jacob Dunbar, Medina, OH, 720, 10/02/ Sam G. Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 690, 03/22/ Martin P. Joyce, Hinsdale, IL, 640, 10/11/ Riley H. Reist, Indianapolis, IN, 615, 07/23/ Vincent Brandon Lin, Schaumburg, IL, 615, 07/28/ James H. Garrett, Howell, MI, 615, 12/10/ Joel Montgomery, Powell, OH, 615, 11/12/ Hunter J. Tubert, Huntington, WV, 610, 07/19/ Tate S. Allwardt, Chicago, IL, 600, 06/15/ Mustafa H. Ahmad, Loveland, OH, 555, 11/05/ Dylan Stern, Cincinnati, OH, 555, 09/26/ Jalen R. Evans, Kalamazoo, MI, 555, 08/28/ Alexander Kim, Milford, MI, 555, 02/06/ Jeffrey L. Chen, Carmel, IN, 540, 03/05/ Luke C. Wojtalik, Indianapolis, IN, 525, 08/10/ Bertram Najev, Fort Wayne, IN, 525, 10/18/ Luke Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 478, 02/20/ Michal Kusznerko, Chicago, IL, 470, 02/25/ Luke Tsai, Mason, OH, 450, 09/09/ Timothy Wang, Novi, MI, 450, 01/01/ Michael Roehmer, Mt Pleasant, MI, 430, 08/07/ Michael Dube, Livonia, MI, 420, 02/12/ William T. Kammerait, Mequon, WI, 420, 10/20/ Andrzej Szczepaniak, Oak Lawn, IL, 410, 06/15/ Peter Andrew Tarwid, Lake Forest, IL, 405, 08/26/ Davis Huber, Fort Wayne, IN, 405, 11/17/ Michael Anthony Trupiano, Livonia, MI, 395, 08/22/ Julian Guerra, Midland, MI, 385, 09/20/ William J. Koehrsen, East Peoria, IL, 374, 06/01/ Jasper Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 360, 05/06/ Davis J. Crocker, Kalamazoo, MI, 360, 03/13/ John M. McNally, Cincinnati, OH, 360, 10/18/ Maximilian Au Fliegner, Clarkston, MI, 360, 02/26/ Alan J. Sweet, Madison, WI, 345, 03/12/ William E. Reifeis, Carmel, IN, 345, 04/08/ Nicholas D. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 345, 08/30/ Johnathan Small, Midland, MI, 340, 12/27/ Brandon Jordan Wozniczka, Chicago, IL, 335, 08/07/ Radhakrishna Sri Bharghav Vishnubhotla, Westfield, IN, 332, 04/18/ Colin Harvey, Lake Forest, IL, 330, 01/27/ Scott Thygesen, Carmel, IN, 329, 08/22/ John G. Armstrong, Westfield, IN, 327, 01/07/ Dhruv S. Yadav, Toledo, OH, 314, 10/26/ Scott W. Van Der Wiel, Carmel, IN, 311, 02/12/ Nicholas P. Werner, Carmel, IN, 311, 12/26/ Adam Lacki, Troy, MI, 305, 03/16/ Brice Leslie Polender, Lake Bluff, IL, 305, 01/05/ Siddarth K. Ahuja, Gates Mills, OH, 298, 02/29/ Eddie Grabill, Hinsdale, IL, 290, 06/29/ Branden Metzler, Rockford, IL, 289, 08/09/ Jacob V. Gumbleton, Kalamazoo, MI, 285, 07/23/ Alexander Bertolini, Carmel, IN, 285, 06/10/ Brent Mackman, Mequon, WI, 276, 10/30/ Pavan Kumar Rao, Novi, MI, 276, 10/18/ Jack Bennett Dykema, De Pere, WI, 272, 07/13/ Alex Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 270, 04/14/ Brian A. Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 270, 11/15/ Nick Dykema, De Pere, WI, 268, 08/19/ Ivan Rakic, Ann Arbor, MI, 255, 10/10/ Ron Beilinson, Beachwood, OH, 253, 10/28/ JT Wynne, Indianapolis, IN, 249, 07/25/ Michael Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 240, 04/23/ Ronnie Lorenzini, Clarendon Hills, IL, 240, 05/15/ Alex C. Taylor, Yellow Spgs, OH, 240, 03/23/ Conner Kaarsbarg Andersen, Greenwood, IN, 236, 01/31/ Tyler Nathaniel Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 236, 01/06/ Daniel Moyer, Kalamazoo, MI, 225, 10/26/ Brian Duricy, Warren, OH, 225, 10/15/ Frank Wong, River Hills, WI, 224, 06/11/ Alex O. Ross, Burr Ridge, IL, 224, 06/04/ Alex Galustian, Glencoe, IL, 215, 09/26/ Brandon Z. Dechter, Mundelein, IL, 214, 03/13/ Austin G. Budiono, Sussex, WI, 210, 03/25/ Peter Dakich, Carmel, IN, 209, 03/23/ Christopher Yahanda, Fort Wayne, IN, 208, 07/08/ Timothy M. McNulty, Indianapolis, IN, 205, 07/18/ JJ Wolf, Loveland, OH, 204, 12/21/ Tyler Barr, Chagrin Falls, OH, 200, 08/02/ Ryan Rafael Issa, Maumee, OH, 197, 09/09/ Daniel Patrick Rayl, Carmel, IN, 196, 08/18/ Deepak K. Indrakanti, Cincinnati, OH, 195, 08/08/ O Neal. W. Koger, Bloomfield, MI, 195, 11/04/ Matthew Reed Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 194, 08/01/ John Dugan Delp, Holland, OH, 191, 10/04/ Ryan H. Niemchick, Wyoming, MI, 184, 02/16/ Nicholas J. Goralka, Chicago, IL, 180, 08/03/ Anthony Arocho, Norridge, IL, 180, 02/28/ Louis C. Remynse, Richland, MI, 180, 09/12/ Vidyut Yadav, Toledo, OH, 179, 02/07/ Jad Abdul-Aal, Warren, OH, 170, 07/21/ Tommy Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 168, 04/03/ Scott Bickel, Winnetka, IL, 168, 04/03/ Steven Perkins Christie, Indianapolis, IN, 167, 03/05/ Jack S. Petersen, Ann Arbor, MI, 163, 07/17/ Kevin J. Brown, Perrysburg, OH, 161, 03/17/ Aaron Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 156, 05/30/ Brenton Daniel Reyner, Warsaw, IN, 155, 06/20/ C.J. Cash, New Albany, OH, 155, 02/19/ William Joseph Szokol, Winnetka, IL, 150, 05/09/ Michael Baddeloo, Glenview, IL, 148, 11/25/ Miguel Perez Monge, Northbrook, IL, 148, 10/12/ Josh Defonce, Fishers, IN, 147, 08/20/ Chase Hamilton, Hinsdale, IL, 144, 06/26/ Sam Dart, Harbor Springs, MI, 141, 07/24/ Elliot Shebek, Carmel, IN, 136, 07/08/ Scott Christian, Lake Forest, IL, 135, 10/24/ Daniel Boussom, Goshen, IN, 132, 11/05/ Nathan J. Bogle, Terre Haute, IN, 132, 09/02/ Lukas Greif, Newburgh, IN, 132, 12/02/ Matthew Frisk, GREEN BAY, WI, 132, 08/05/ Andrew J. Farmer, Terre Haute, IN, 132, 11/28/ Trevor Poirier, Evansville, IN, 132, 04/05/ Benjamin Randall Bush, Long Grove, IL, 124, 02/09/ Alexander K. Lee, Fort Wayne, IN, 124, 03/19/ Nate Calawerts, Green Bay, WI, 124, 01/03/ Joey Peter Charbel, River Forest, IL, 124, 05/16/ Deon Julian Griffin, Southfield, MI, 120, 01/24/ Sean Carroll, Evansville, IN, 120, 03/29/ Sean Bradley Ferguson, Dublin, OH, 116, 09/18/ Kevin M. Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 115, 05/07/ Samuel Smith, Springfield, OH, 111, 03/30/ Nick Hennessey, Carmel, IN, 111, 12/03/ Justin Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 109, 04/01/ Trevor Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 108, 09/24/ Wesley C. Lo, Naperville, IL, 108, 10/05/ Jeffrey Melvin, Columbus, OH, 108, 03/07/ James Raymond O Connor, Evansville, IN, 107, 12/09/ Troy Weider, Perrysburg, OH, 105, 01/18/ Robin Engel, Fox Point, WI, 102, 05/04/ David Horneffer, Brookfield, WI, 100, 06/15/ Peter Hariri, Northville, MI, 96, 11/11/ Kyle D. Chin, Aurora, IL, 96, 11/15/ Kevin Hurley, Novi, MI, 96, 05/24/ Brandon Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 92, 03/16/ Danny Schoen, Brookfield, WI, 92, 05/15/ Eric Austin Buedel, Evansville, IN, 92, 05/15/ Nicholas S. Sanders, Cincinnati, OH, 90, 10/23/ Maxwell Olsen, Appleton, WI, 90, 11/18/ Johnathon Benedetto, Winnetka, IL, 90, 11/23/ Bryan A. Koger, Bloomfield, MI, 90, 04/15/ Blaine G. Carr, Pickerington, OH, 90, 04/09/ Cameron Randolph Raglin, Reynoldsburg, OH, 90, 01/07/ Jason J. Kerst, Ann Arbor, MI, 88, 03/10/ David Andrew Beasley, Greenwood, IN, 88, 02/23/ Matthew R. Moe, Carmel, IN, 88, 04/10/ Carson Burke, Mount Prospect, IL, 88, 03/16/ Fletcher L. Koehrsen, East Peoria, IL, 88, 04/06/ Peyton Moses, Charleston, WV, 88, 04/11/ Ian Richard Napiorkowski, Elburn, IL, 88, 04/19/ Santino V. Dimichaelangelo, Westerville, OH, 88, 06/07/ Jackson Donald Thieneman, Floyds Knobs, IN, 86, 06/10/ Cameron P. Schoolcraft, Greenwood, IN, 84, 02/27/ Charlie M. Scott, Fort Wayne, IN, 81, 11/17/ Kevin Mei, Ann Arbor, MI, 80, 09/20/ Temilope O. Adelakun, Hinsdale, IL, 80, 01/14/ Brandon H. Kim, Oak Brook, IL, 80, 01/11/ David Joseph Sinense, Elm Grove, WI, 80, 06/18/ Curt Frazier, New Albany, OH, 80, 03/08/ Nicholas Huang, Geneva, IL, 80, 07/29/ Austin Gregory Russell, Plainfield, IL, 75, 02/01/ Connor Polender, Lake Bluff, IL, 75, 01/24/ Matthew Zhang, Buffalo Grove, IL, 75, 07/05/ David A. Zakhodin, Northbrook, IL, 75, 11/08/ Lucas Rooney, Columbus, OH, 75, 10/15/ Joshua Clay Mitchell, Brownsburg, IN, 75, 09/22/ Jacob Clay Oehser, Plainfield, IN, 75, 07/22/ Christopher Bak, Cincinnati, OH, 75, 06/30/ Thomas Malone Camilleri, Whitefish Bay, WI, 75, 06/07/ Tyler Washington, Bloomington, IL, 74, 06/03/ Jason E. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 72, 08/04/ Ricky Mayer, Wilmette, IL, 72, 09/23/ Wyatt Mayer, Wilmette, IL, 72, 09/23/ Jack Collison, Schofield, WI, 66, 10/10/ Bryan Takashi Yoshino, Dublin, OH, 64, 09/29/ Robert Anthony Moore, Newburgh, IN, 64, 07/29/ Weston Wagner, Indianapolis, IN, 64, 05/07/ Luke Devan Yeagley, Terre Haute, IN, 64, 02/26/ Vinayak Vinnie Nagaraj, Palatine, IL, 60, 10/10/ Nicholas Zazove, Highland Park, IL, 60, 02/25/ Andrew Schafer, Novi, MI, 60, 05/15/ William P. Sauser, Northbrook, IL, 60, 01/29/ Calvin Derek Schneider, Oregon, WI, 60, 03/25/ Joseph Paradiso, Birmingham, MI, 60, 11/25/ Gabriel Apaza, Northville, MI, 60, 08/18/ Joshua Daniel Pudlo, Village Of Lakewood, IL, 60, 05/31/ Nikith Reddy, Cincinnati, OH, 60, 09/11/ Nakul Narendran, Cincinnati, OH, 60, 11/20/ Andrew A. Komarov, Buffalo Grove, IL, 60, 09/01/ Jacob Y. Wareti, Bexley, OH, 60, 09/07/ Yuji Cusick, Hinsdale, IL, 60, 08/12/ Reed Patrick Crocker, Kalamazoo, MI, 60, 12/08/ Nicolas De La Cruz, Carmel, IN, 59, 11/27/ Donovan Christman, Dayton, OH, 58, 04/16/ Wyatt Heinz, Waynesville, OH, 58, 02/18/ Ryan D. Brown, Perrysburg, OH, 56, 08/23/ Nick M. Williams, Green Bay, WI, 56, 12/31/ Luke Utrie, Appleton, WI, 51, 08/04/ Paul Y. Wang, Metamora, IL, 51, 08/11/ Naveen R. Menon, Bargersville, IN, 51, 09/22/ Eric Lee Ruddell, Greenwood, IN, 51, 08/12/ Jacob Quinkert, Sellersburg, IN, 50, 01/06/1997 Boys 14 Singles 1. Tyler S. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 1950, 10/03/ Zachary Mueck, West Chester, OH, 1835, 10/26/ Jack T. Murray, Birmingham, MI, 1595, 08/01/ Damon Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 1415, 08/21/ Ronnie R. Schneider, Bloomington, IN, 1345, 09/27/ Jason Brown, Deerfield, IL, 1265, 03/15/ Jared Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 1220, 07/08/ Joseph W. Van Meter, Indianapolis, IN, 1195, 02/10/ Paul C. Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 1175, 09/08/ Will S. Adams, Indianapolis, IN, 1150, 01/11/ Eric Marbach, Naperville, IL, 1115, 10/04/ Yale Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 1100, 05/06/ Mihir Kumar, Carmel, IN, 1030, 11/26/ Brian Page, Wheaton, IL, 1000, 08/12/ Conrad F. Harron, Chicago, IL, 995, 09/05/ John Carswell, Pleasant Pr, WI, 995, 10/13/ Edward Covalschi, Shelby Twp, MI, 990, 12/07/ Gordon B. Zhang, Lisle, IL, 970, 08/22/ Joshua Cogan, Batavia, IL, 935, 11/22/ Michael Sellitto, Glenview, IL, 915, 06/10/ Alexander A. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 900, 10/20/ Jeremy M. Bush, Long Grove, IL, 900, 02/16/ Jordan Tyler Belga, Elk Grove Village, IL, 900, 06/03/ Miguel Cepeda, Mason, OH, 895, 12/01/ Konrad Zieba, Glenview, IL, 885, 07/22/ Jacob Dunbar, Medina, OH, 845, 10/02/ Jay Joshi, Oakland Township, MI, 835, 09/25/ Elliott J. Yee, Carmel, IN, 825, 11/01/ Toby Ma, Deerfield, IL, 820, 02/24/ Brett Forman, Troy, MI, 785, 07/30/ Martin Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 740, 08/24/ Alex Sweet, Madison, WI, 715, 06/20/ Drew H. Campbell, Northfield, IL, 710, 05/31/ Justin Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 701, 04/01/ Brian S. Kim, Long Grove, IL, 700, 08/31/ Dave B. Bacalla, Skokie, IL, 695, 02/18/ Conner A. Nagel, Glendale, OH, 690, 08/07/ Fisher W. Sutherland, Glen Arbor, MI, 680, 08/12/ Santiago Guerra, Midland, MI, 675, 12/28/ Mark H. Ihrig, Munster, IN, 673, 06/20/ Nathan M. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 670, 11/15/ Thomas Fawcett, Winnetka, IL, 670, 10/18/ Jack M. Haffey, Westfield, IN, 668, 02/18/ Jordan Parker, Detroit, MI, 665, 02/07/ John Patrick Mullane, White Lake, MI, 660, 08/04/ Arthur Ozga, Wilmette, IL, 653, 06/03/ Tony S. Kostadinov, Palos Hills, IL, 653, 02/23/ Lucas Andersen, Greenwood, IN, 652, 10/04/ Jeffrey B. Schorsch, Perrysburg, OH, 643, 02/11/ Jonathan R. Gurnee, Midland, MI, 643, 04/06/ Sam D. Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 631, 01/13/ Luke T. Trinka, Oak Park, IL, 630, 02/11/ Patrick W. Downs, Fort Wayne, IN, 620, 05/17/ Stu Little, Columbus, OH, 615, 06/22/ Andrew Cahn, West Bloomfield, MI, 615, 06/28/ Matthew Y. Wareti, Bexley, OH, 613, 04/08/ Christopher J. Krimbill, Grand Blanc, MI, 595, 03/13/ Nicholas R. Fiaschetti, Rochester Hills, MI, 580, 12/23/ Matthew M. Lynch, Cedarburg, WI, 575, 11/21/ Mitchell Petersen, Grand Rapids, MI, 570, 08/24/ Andy T. Struble, Holt, MI, 570, 01/28/ Matthew H. Hirsh, Glen Ellyn, IL, 570, 01/11/ Bradley Holt, Homewood, IL, 567, 06/13/ Chikara Oshima, Findlay, OH, 535, 08/28/ Ismail Kadyrov, Vernon Hills, IL, 535, 07/21/ Trevor Stoimenoff, Grand Ledge, MI, 535, 11/08/ Garrett R. Halpert, Ann Arbor, MI, 528, 04/22/ John Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 520, 09/30/ Alec Adamson, Hinsdale, IL, 513, 08/30/ Antoine G. Martin, Midland, MI, 508, 11/10/ Aron Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 505, 04/17/ Daniel Lubarsky, Highland Hts, OH, 501, 01/12/ John B. Templeman, Midland, MI, 500, 06/12/ Leonard D. Mathews, Merrillville, IN, 491, 11/14/ Julian Allen Childers, Matteson, IL, 490, 04/27/ Abhinav Singh, Naperville, IL, 483, 09/24/ Joey P. Leto, Downers Grove, IL, 483, 02/16/ Kevin Renehan, South Lyon, MI, 480, 11/17/ Benjamin A. Foran, Whitefish Bay, WI, 470, 09/26/ Jordan Patt, Brookfield, WI, 468, 12/08/ Kevin Chang, Ann Arbor, MI, 464, 03/31/ Nicholas D. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 462, 08/30/ Griffin S. Johns, Hinsdale, IL, 454, 09/26/ Robert A. Skolik, Huntington, WV, 450, 03/26/ Tyler Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 445, 11/14/ Tim Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 440, 06/02/ Riley H. Reist, Indianapolis, IN, 439, 07/23/ Peter Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, 438, 03/31/ Connor W. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 420, 02/24/ Matthew S. Duma, Cincinnati, OH, 419, 08/31/ Robert A. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 410, 11/15/ Michael Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 409, 11/16/ Steven Boslet, Hudson, OH, 409, 11/29/ Jack Heiniger, Munster, IN, 408, 09/06/ Nate Wallace, Columbus, OH, 397, 10/18/ Alexander Mihas, Lakewood, OH, 394, 04/25/ Madhav Mehta, Maumee, OH, 393, 09/20/ Clayton J. Armbrust, Brookfield, WI, 392, 06/10/ Alekzander K. Davila, Essexville, MI, 390, 09/30/ Patrick Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 390, 07/22/ Kristoff Saari, Auburn Hills, MI, 390, 08/08/ Christopher Essick, Fishers, IN, 387, 03/21/ Brad Boll, Dayton, OH, 385, 09/03/ Justin Bowman, St Charles, IL, 381, 09/23/ Michael Dube, Livonia, MI, 381, 02/12/ Garrett N. Mandrell, Indianapolis, IN, 380, 10/16/ Alex Galustian, Glencoe, IL, 377, 09/26/ Michael D. Sienko, Williamston, MI, 374, 09/29/ w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

37 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Boys Rankings Aaron Pfister 109. David S. Shankman, Solon, OH, 368, 01/27/ Ross B. Whittaker, Hartville, OH, 364, 05/05/ Jacob C. Perkins, Sellersburg, IN, 363, 10/15/ Tyler Parks, Thiensville, WI, 363, 11/21/ Matthew David Hamilton, Wyoming, MI, 357, 02/13/ Michael H. Levin, Glenview, IL, 355, 09/05/ Jeffrey L. Chen, Carmel, IN, 349, 03/05/ Patrick Wildman, Cincinnati, OH, 344, 09/20/ Alex J. Smith, River Hills, WI, 340, 03/16/ Maximilian Au Fliegner, Clarkston, MI, 337, 02/26/ Brian Zak, Green Bay, WI, 332, 10/28/ Jordan P. Verbauwhede, Whitelaw, WI, 331, 07/27/ Charlie Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 329, 06/06/ Matthew T. Santen, Cincinnati, OH, 328, 12/19/ Zachary Phillips, Harbor Spgs, MI, 324, 02/27/ Stephen J. Cheng, Gahanna, OH, 323, 04/25/ Stephen P. Reed, Monroe, MI, 320, 06/15/ Alexander Abshire Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 319, 04/14/ Ian M. Hinkamper, Quincy, IL, 315, 07/08/ Jon D. Urshan, Centralia, IL, 315, 02/26/ Cole Buehnerkemper, Effingham, IL, 314, 05/31/ Daniel J. Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 313, 04/07/ Trevor J. Bowers, Norwalk, OH, 312, 04/05/ Stephen P. Miller, Hilliard, OH, 311, 10/08/ Yeon Woo Chung, Ann Arbor, MI, 310, 01/30/ Dale Booher, Atwater, OH, 310, 06/08/ Dennis Kontorovich, Buffalo Grove, IL, 306, 07/22/ Chandler Clayton, Peoria, IL, 303, 06/13/ Jonathan L. Zhou, Ann Arbor, MI, 302, 06/03/ Rafe Mosetick, Hinsdale, IL, 300, 05/28/ Mike Kincaid, Saint Joseph, MI, 299, 12/02/ Nicholas J. Lang, West Chester, OH, 298, 11/05/ Grant Thompson, Hawthorn Woods, IL, 297, 01/30/ Jack M. Parks, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 296, 09/30/ Nathan L. Cavanaugh, Bloomington, IL, 296, 07/21/ Bo G. Hudson, Kalamazoo, MI, 295, 09/11/ Jacob R. Scott, Canton, MI, 295, 10/16/ Peter Dakich, Carmel, IN, 295, 03/23/ Srihari Vishnubhotla, Westfield, IN, 295, 09/01/ Jack Carney, Joliet, IL, 294, 04/17/ Luke A. Hubert, New Berlin, WI, 293, 11/14/ Gordon D. Newell, Cleveland, OH, 290, 10/24/ Sam G. Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 289, 03/22/ Robert J. Stevens, Kalamazoo, MI, 287, 05/13/ Sidarth Swamy, Naperville, IL, 286, 01/10/ Michael Joseph Baiocchi, Naperville, IL, 285, 01/14/ Jake Diesler, Mukwonago, WI, 285, 09/28/ Branden Metzler, Rockford, IL, 285, 08/09/ Stephen Payne, Livonia, MI, 281, 07/27/ Jeremy Lee Dixon, Chicago, IL, 281, 03/01/ Jeremy E. Schneider, Mason, OH, 279, 06/07/ Jake Richard Sheehan, Wilmette, IL, 279, 07/26/ Bobby Adusumilli, Holland, OH, 278, 02/02/ Danny Coran, Mequon, WI, 274, 04/19/ James Trevino, Tipp City, OH, 274, 01/04/ Logan Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 273, 09/21/ Evan Chen, Bloomfield, MI, 272, 02/19/ Christian Woods, Livonia, MI, 272, 09/04/ Christopher M. Cindrich, Hilton Head Island, SC, 272, 10/24/ Nick J. Laszlo, Munster, IN, 271, 01/17/ Kyle Dunn, Fond du Lac, WI, 271, 01/16/ Nicholas L. Anderson, Bolingbrook, IL, 270, 07/02/ Christopher D. Heimburger, Traverse City, MI, 268, 09/09/ Ryosuke Miyawaki, Hoffman Estates, IL, 268, 06/28/ David Korobov, Wilmette, IL, 266, 05/23/ Canyon Teague, Gahanna, OH, 266, 04/11/ Phillip R. Gruber, Springboro, OH, 266, 07/15/ Tyler Charles George, Crystal Lake, IL, 265, 04/07/ Zach W. Berry, Springboro, OH, 265, 12/01/ Alex Hagermoser, Hinsdale, IL, 265, 11/22/ Chas Richard Mayer, Wilmette, IL, 264, 07/11/ Eric Scott Pontow, Orland Park, IL, 264, 04/04/ Michael Anthony Trupiano, Livonia, MI, 264, 08/22/ Teddy Terezis, Cincinnati, OH, 264, 08/12/ Jad Abdul-Aal, Warren, OH, 261, 07/21/ Michael Rubeiz, Carmel, IN, 260, 11/09/ Tudor Bahmata, South Lyon, MI, 259, 09/19/ Shawn H. Hong, Naperville, IL, 259, 11/12/ Nathan Randall, Westerville, OH, 257, 02/02/ Jed Sekaran, Brookfield, WI, 257, 03/20/ Dylan Bhaerman, Pickerington, OH, 257, 07/22/ Blaine Stannard, West Bloomfield, MI, 256, 11/16/ Luke Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 256, 02/20/ Siddarth K. Ahuja, Gates Mills, OH, 256, 02/29/ Malcolm X. Leake, Fremont, OH, 255, 12/12/ Brendan Tannenbaum, Columbus, IN, 255, 02/25/ Ben Klein, Elm Grove, WI, 253, 10/28/ Aaron Sandberg, Hudson, OH, 252, 05/30/ Michael Y. Makio, Carmel, IN, 249, 12/19/ Timothy Worley, Naperville, IL, 248, 04/18/ Reid Bailey, Hurricane, WV, 248, 05/15/ Ryan Anthony Samarakoon, West Chester, OH, 248, 06/13/ Frank Kuo, Dublin, OH, 247, 08/02/ Yuri Karev, Cincinnati, OH, 246, 11/24/ Dhruv S. Yadav, Toledo, OH, 245, 10/26/ Mithun N. Saha, Ann Arbor, MI, 245, 12/07/ Kevin Hodges, Plymouth, MI, 244, 01/11/ Daniel Coombe, Charleston, WV, 244, 02/25/ William Wright, Fort Wayne, IN, 243, 02/10/ Caleb Alexander Mickler, Toledo, OH, 243, 05/02/ Chance X. Conley, Portland, MI, 242, 08/02/ David Scher, Dayton, OH, 242, 10/10/ Marcin Szczepaniak, Oak Lawn, IL, 241, 05/12/ Chad Barron, Evansville, IN, 240, 04/13/ Scott Christian, Lake Forest, IL, 240, 10/24/ William T. Kammerait, Mequon, WI, 237, 10/20/ Samuel B. Geier, Carmel, IN, 235, 05/14/ John M. Hall, Rockford, MI, 235, 12/17/ Edo Roth, Champaign, IL, 235, 11/28/ William H. Angel, Northbrook, IL, 234, 09/21/ Aaron Zhang, Canton, MI, 234, 02/15/ Jacob V. Gumbleton, Kalamazoo, MI, 234, 07/23/ Kevin Yi Ping Wang, Metamora, IL, 233, 11/28/ Bradley Plaisier, Kalamazoo, MI, 233, 12/31/ Brandon L. Griffin, Upper Arlington, OH, 232, 04/24/ Dominick Amalraj, Saint Charles, IL, 232, 01/27/ Nicholas Alexander Crisalli, Richfield, OH, 232, 04/07/ Ricardo Zamudio, Bloomington, IL, 230, 10/07/ Matthew L. Gnegy, Vienna, WV, 229, 05/04/ Ted Eberle, Winnetka, IL, 229, 01/15/ Austin M. Woody, Midland, MI, 229, 11/02/ Zach Defonce, Fishers, IN, 228, 08/06/ Austin Leo Aten, Monticello, IL, 228, 12/10/ Ryan Heuer, Munster, IN, 227, 07/03/ Oliver Sybert, New Albany, OH, 227, 05/20/ Dylan M. Goll, Kildeer, IL, 226, 05/14/ Nicholas Roby, Terre Haute, IN, 225, 10/14/ Geoffrey Butler, Mundelein, IL, 225, 01/17/ Naveen Krishnan, Naperville, IL, 224, 02/04/ Tyler S. Klepach, Centerville, OH, 224, 07/28/ Alexander A. Clay, Hurricane, WV, 224, 04/04/ Tommy Saunders, Akron, OH, 224, 07/24/ Matthew D. Miles, Richfield, OH, 224, 07/07/ Nick Thompson, Avon, IN, 224, 09/30/ Peter Itskovich, Schaumburg, IL, 224, 07/14/ Graham B. Lehman, Oak Park, IL, 224, 12/07/ Dalton Z. Robbins, Vincennes, IN, 224, 06/21/ Nathan Gardner, Canton, OH, 223, 10/13/ Andrew Georgeson, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 222, 11/07/ Andrew J. Stutz, Indianapolis, IN, 221, 02/02/ Sam A. Moorin, Carmel, IN, 221, 06/01/ Alex Smith, Dayton, OH, 221, 04/19/ Harris Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 220, 10/26/ Sean Stein, Dublin, OH, 220, 04/16/ Rishi Shah, Okemos, MI, 220, 11/28/ Colton R. Murphy, Charleston, WV, 220, 08/20/ Drew Freyberger, Fort Thomas, KY, 220, 01/12/ Travis David Tegeler, Teutopolis, IL, 219, 10/17/ Hans Lee, Battle Creek, MI, 218, 02/17/ Ryan Zochowski, Carmel, IN, 218, 04/22/ C.J. Cash, New Albany, OH, 218, 02/19/ Spencer Fang, Schaumburg, IL, 218, 08/05/ Jeremy Tucker Depree, Zeeland, MI, 217, 06/14/ Jason Law, West Bloomfield, MI, 217, 01/16/ Scott E. Sherwood, Mentor, OH, 216, 05/24/ Lucas Randall, Lockport, IL, 216, 03/05/ Peter Andrew Tarwid, Lake Forest, IL, 216, 08/26/ Nick Dykema, De Pere, WI, 216, 08/19/ Sean Bradley Ferguson, Dublin, OH, 216, 09/18/ William J. Koehrsen, East Peoria, IL, 216, 06/01/ Nathan J. Barger, Decatur, IN, 216, 02/05/ James M. Pyne, Columbus, OH, 216, 12/17/ Winston D. Du, Rockford, IL, 215, 11/09/ Danny Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 214, 10/23/ Peter William Pappas, Traverse City, MI, 213, 01/06/ Justin Poirier, Evansville, IN, 212, 10/02/ Alex Mestre, Urbana, IL, 212, 08/21/ Jalen R. Evans, Kalamazoo, MI, 212, 08/28/ Nikolas Anton Ranieri, Dyer, IN, 211, 08/10/ Joel Meyer, Wilmette, IL, 211, 11/04/ Abram Schottenstein, Bexley, OH, 209, 02/28/ Maxwell Lundmark, Traverse City, MI, 209, 06/21/ Andrzej Szczepaniak, Oak Lawn, IL, 209, 06/15/ Peter J. Heneghan, Hinsdale, IL, 209, 04/26/ Temiloluwa O. Adelakun, Hinsdale, IL, 209, 05/16/ Brian Duricy, Warren, OH, 208, 10/15/ Bertram Najev, Fort Wayne, IN, 208, 10/18/ Scott A. Wall, De Pere, WI, 208, 11/29/ Brandon Davis, Newburgh, IN, 207, 01/03/ Luke C. Wojtalik, Indianapolis, IN, 204, 08/10/ Richard M. Yeker, Hawthorn Woods, IL, 204, 07/29/ Nirbhay Jain, Toledo, OH, 203, 09/24/ Alexander Mang, Winnetka, IL, 203, 12/23/ Max Shanbrom, Clarkston, MI, 203, 11/04/ Daniel S. Oakes, Elburn, IL, 201, 05/23/ M. Christopher. Perrini, New Albany, OH, 201, 01/21/ Ian Stuart Gilliam, Huntington, WV, 201, 02/26/ Christopher J. Adamsky, New Philadelphia, OH, 200, 03/26/ Jasper Koenen, Saint Charles, IL, 200, 05/06/ Sven Christian Kranz, Bloomfield, MI, 200, 06/22/ Alexander Stewart, New Albany, IN, 200, 07/27/ Anjan B. Kashyab, Tell City, IN, 200, 08/30/ Varun Parekh, Barrington, IL, 200, 12/16/1994 Boys 14 Individual Doubles 1. Tyler S. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 1020, 10/03/ Joseph W. Van Meter, Indianapolis, IN, 970, 02/10/ Alexander A. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 915, 10/20/ Jason Brown, Deerfield, IL, 880, 03/15/ Damon Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 870, 08/21/ Elliott J. Yee, Carmel, IN, 810, 11/01/ Michael Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 795, 11/16/ Tim Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 795, 06/02/ Will S. Adams, Indianapolis, IN, 750, 01/11/ Gordon B. Zhang, Lisle, IL, 730, 08/22/ Jack T. Murray, Birmingham, MI, 730, 08/01/ Zachary Mueck, West Chester, OH, 720, 10/26/ Andrew Scholnick, Winnetka, IL, 690, 05/09/ Miguel Cepeda, Mason, OH, 645, 12/01/ Conrad F. Harron, Chicago, IL, 620, 09/05/ Paul C. Oosterbaan, Kalamazoo, MI, 615, 09/08/ Mihir Kumar, Carmel, IN, 600, 11/26/ Martin Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 585, 08/24/ Tyler Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 570, 11/14/ Jack M. Haffey, Westfield, IN, 555, 02/18/ Jeremy M. Bush, Long Grove, IL, 555, 02/16/ Brett Forman, Troy, MI, 545, 07/30/ Andrew Cahn, West Bloomfield, MI, 545, 06/28/ Jeffrey B. Schorsch, Perrysburg, OH, 540, 02/11/ Toby Ma, Deerfield, IL, 540, 02/24/ Yale Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 540, 05/06/ Eric Marbach, Naperville, IL, 520, 10/04/ Michael Sellitto, Glenview, IL, 510, 06/10/ Joshua Cogan, Batavia, IL, 510, 11/22/ Edward Covalschi, Shelby Twp, MI, 490, 12/07/ Alex Sweet, Madison, WI, 480, 06/20/ Jared Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 480, 07/08/ Jay Joshi, Oakland Township, MI, 470, 09/25/ Tony S. Kostadinov, Palos Hills, IL, 470, 02/23/ Michael H. Levin, Glenview, IL, 470, 09/05/ Brian Page, Wheaton, IL, 450, 08/12/ Drew H. Campbell, Northfield, IL, 450, 05/31/ Brian S. Kim, Long Grove, IL, 450, 08/31/ John Carswell, Pleasant Pr, WI, 430, 10/13/ Ronnie R. Schneider, Bloomington, IN, 430, 09/27/ Jordan Tyler Belga, Elk Grove Village, IL, 420, 06/03/ Christopher Essick, Fishers, IN, 420, 03/21/ Arthur Ozga, Wilmette, IL, 420, 06/03/ Dave B. Bacalla, Skokie, IL, 405, 02/18/ Christopher J. Krimbill, Grand Blanc, MI, 390, 03/13/ Stu Little, Columbus, OH, 385, 06/22/ Harris Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 385, 10/26/ Patrick W. Downs, Fort Wayne, IN, 380, 05/17/ Sam D. Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 362, 01/13/ Jordan Parker, Detroit, MI, 360, 02/07/ Matthew Y. Wareti, Bexley, OH, 360, 04/08/ Robert A. Skolik, Huntington, WV, 349, 03/26/ Matthew H. Hirsh, Glen Ellyn, IL, 345, 01/11/ Daniel Lubarsky, Highland Hts, OH, 345, 01/12/ Nathan M. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 345, 11/15/ Santiago Guerra, Midland, MI, 335, 12/28/ Kevin Renehan, South Lyon, MI, 330, 11/17/ Garrett R. Halpert, Ann Arbor, MI, 330, 04/22/ Jim G. Beckwith, Battle Creek, MI, 330, 09/14/ Trevor Stoimenoff, Grand Ledge, MI, 320, 11/08/ Jonathan R. Gurnee, Midland, MI, 315, 04/06/ Robert A. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 315, 11/15/ Jack Heiniger, Munster, IN, 298, 09/06/ Conner A. Nagel, Glendale, OH, 290, 08/07/ Rafe Mosetick, Hinsdale, IL, 285, 05/28/ Nicholas D. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 285, 08/30/ Lucas Andersen, Greenwood, IN, 283, 10/04/ Jacob Dunbar, Medina, OH, 280, 10/02/ Andy T. Struble, Holt, MI, 280, 01/28/ Mitchell Petersen, Grand Rapids, MI, 270, 08/24/ Alexander Abshire Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 270, 04/14/ Chikara Oshima, Findlay, OH, 270, 08/28/ Patrick Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 269, 07/22/ Stratton Gilmore, Madison, WI, 255, 04/24/ John B. Templeman, Midland, MI, 251, 06/12/ Griffin S. Johns, Hinsdale, IL, 244, 09/26/ Hunter J. Tubert, Huntington, WV, 240, 07/19/ John Zordani, Lake Forest, IL, 240, 09/30/ Yeon Woo Chung, Ann Arbor, MI, 240, 01/30/ Fisher W. Sutherland, Glen Arbor, MI, 239, 08/12/ Stephen P. Miller, Hilliard, OH, 239, 10/08/ Zach Defonce, Fishers, IN, 235, 08/06/ Stephen P. Reed, Monroe, MI, 234, 06/15/ Antoine G. Martin, Midland, MI, 230, 11/10/ Alekzander K. Davila, Essexville, MI, 230, 09/30/ William Willson, Commerce Township, MI, 225, 11/11/ Jeffrey L. Chen, Carmel, IN, 221, 03/05/ Dale Booher, Atwater, OH, 216, 06/08/ Joey P. Leto, Downers Grove, IL, 216, 02/16/ Peter Dakich, Carmel, IN, 209, 03/23/ Brandon Davis, Newburgh, IN, 207, 01/03/ Danny R. Schuster, Western Springs, IL, 206, 04/01/ Julian Allen Childers, Matteson, IL, 195, 04/27/ Bradley Holt, Homewood, IL, 194, 06/13/ Srihari Vishnubhotla, Westfield, IN, 192, 09/01/ Canyon Teague, Gahanna, OH, 190, 04/11/ Riley H. Reist, Indianapolis, IN, 190, 07/23/ Connor W. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 185, 02/24/ Tyler Parks, Thiensville, WI, 185, 11/21/ Luke T. Trinka, Oak Park, IL, 180, 02/11/ Jacob R. Scott, Canton, MI, 180, 10/16/ Kevin Chang, Ann Arbor, MI, 180, 03/31/ Ian M. Hinkamper, Quincy, IL, 180, 07/08/ Dhruv S. Yadav, Toledo, OH, 179, 10/26/ Grant Thompson, Hawthorn Woods, IL, 172, 01/30/ Alexander Mihas, Lakewood, OH, 171, 04/25/ William T. Kammerait, Mequon, WI, 170, 10/20/ Daniel J. Rodefeld, Carmel, IN, 170, 04/07/ Bobby Adusumilli, Holland, OH, 165, 02/02/ Garret Coombs, Holland, OH, 165, 06/13/ Trevor J. Bowers, Norwalk, OH, 165, 04/05/ Dennis Kontorovich, Buffalo Grove, IL, 165, 07/22/ Logan Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 163, 09/21/ Patrick Wildman, Cincinnati, OH, 162, 09/20/ Garrett N. Mandrell, Indianapolis, IN, 160, 10/16/ Charlie Emhardt, Carmel, IN, 158, 06/06/ Luke C. Wojtalik, Indianapolis, IN, 156, 08/10/ Nicholas Roby, Terre Haute, IN, 155, 10/14/ Justin Poirier, Evansville, IN, 155, 10/02/ Jonathan L. Zhou, Ann Arbor, MI, 150, 06/03/ Brendan Tannenbaum, Columbus, IN, 149, 02/25/ Justin Bowman, St Charles, IL, 148, 09/23/ Stephen Schafer, Edgewood, KY, 147, 01/12/ Michael Joseph Baiocchi, Naperville, IL, 146, 01/14/ Nirbhay Jain, Toledo, OH, 145, 09/24/ Michael Y. Makio, Carmel, IN, 144, 12/19/ Zach W. Berry, Springboro, OH, 141, 12/01/ Madhav Mehta, Maumee, OH, 135, 09/20/ Marcin Szczepaniak, Oak Lawn, IL, 135, 05/12/ Alec Adamson, Hinsdale, IL, 134, 08/30/ Danny Coran, Mequon, WI, 134, 04/19/ Neelay Purohit, Terre Haute, IN, 134, 03/30/ Leonard D. Mathews, Merrillville, IN, 133, 11/14/ Tudor Bahmata, South Lyon, MI, 133, 09/19/ Abhinav Singh, Naperville, IL, 133, 09/24/ Dalton Z. Robbins, Vincennes, IN, 132, 06/21/ Aaron J. Pea, Vincennes, IN, 132, 04/27/ Alex J. Smith, River Hills, WI, 132, 03/16/ Michael Lukas, Manitowoc, WI, 124, 09/19/ Alex Martin, Floyds Knobs, IN, 124, 07/23/ Phillip R. Gruber, Springboro, OH, 122, 07/15/ Chad Barron, Evansville, IN, 120, 04/13/ Kern Praveen Vohra, Carmel, IN, 119, 01/24/ Luke Sanderson, Wheatfield, IN, 118, 02/20/ Benjamin A. Foran, Whitefish Bay, WI, 116, 09/26/ Jordan Patt, Brookfield, WI, 116, 12/08/ Rishi M. Patel, Anderson, IN, 116, 09/08/ Matthew Frisk, Green Bay, WI, 116, 08/05/ Brandon Sutton, Broadview Hts, OH, 116, 07/15/ Ben R. Seng, Jasper, IN, 116, 06/12/ Eli J. Seng, Jasper, IN, 116, 06/12/ Caleb Alexander Mickler, Toledo, OH, 112, 05/02/ Scott A. Wall, De Pere, WI, 112, 11/29/ Christopher Quammen, Carmel, IN, 112, 10/20/ Mark Aaron Murillo, Evansville, IN, 112, 10/28/ Chris Holcomb, Terre Haute, IN, 111, 09/14/ Ben Klein, Elm Grove, WI, 110, 10/28/ Jed Sekaran, Brookfield, WI, 110, 03/20/ C.J. Cash, New Albany, OH, 110, 02/19/ Brian Zak, Green Bay, WI, 110, 10/28/ Nathan Randall, Westerville, OH, 109, 02/02/ Justin Ancona, Belvidere, IL, 109, 04/01/ Alex C. Barksdale, Terre Haute, IN, 108, 11/25/ Justin Lee Batliner, Floyds Knobs, IN, 108, 11/23/ Nicholas G. Quinkert, Sellersburg, IN, 108, 07/14/ Stephen J. Cheng, Gahanna, OH, 105, 04/25/ Troy Weider, Perrysburg, OH, 105, 01/18/ Ryan Rafael Issa, Maumee, OH, 105, 09/09/ Kevin J. Brown, Perrysburg, OH, 105, 03/17/ Tyler Nathaniel Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 105, 01/06/ Bo G. Hudson, Kalamazoo, MI, 105, 09/11/ Christopher M. Cindrich, Hilton Head Island, SC, 105, 10/24/ Daniel S. Oakes, Elburn, IL, 104, 05/23/ Nathan L. Cavanaugh, Bloomington, IL, 104, 07/21/ Chandler Clayton, Peoria, IL, 104, 06/13/ Patrick P. Farrell, Carmel, IN, 104, 09/06/ Ricardo Zamudio, Bloomington, IL, 103, 10/07/ Alexandre A. Garrigo, Brighton, MI, 103, 04/12/ Tyler Ridel, Madison, WI, 102, 09/24/ Michael David Schnarr, Madison, WI, 102, 08/25/ Nick Dykema, De Pere, WI, 102, 08/19/ David Scher, Dayton, OH, 101, 10/10/ Nathan Gardner, Canton, OH, 101, 10/13/ Luke A. Hubert, New Berlin, WI, 100, 11/14/ Jake Diesler, Mukwonago, WI, 100, 09/28/ Alexander Stewart, New Albany, IN, 100, 07/27/ Ryan Heuer, Munster, IN, 100, 07/03/ Matthew S. Duma, Cincinnati, OH, 98, 08/31/ Jake H. Mills, Midland, MI, 96, 08/12/ Colton R. Murphy, Charleston, WV, 96, 08/20/ Mark M. Cullen, Green Bay, WI, 96, 07/25/ Nicholas J. Lang, West Chester, OH, 95, 11/05/ Devin Cole Jenkins, Floyds Knobs, IN, 95, 09/04/ Maxwell Lundmark, Traverse City, MI, 95, 06/21/ Zachary O. Brint, Highland Park, IL, 92, 08/10/ Aron Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 90, 04/17/ David Korobov, Wilmette, IL, 90, 05/23/ John Patrick Mullane, White Lake, MI, 90, 08/04/ Matthew M. Lynch, Cedarburg, WI, 90, 11/21/ Ted Eberle, Winnetka, IL, 90, 01/15/ Jake Richard Sheehan, Wilmette, IL, 90, 07/26/ Graham B. Lehman, Oak Park, IL, 90, 12/07/ M. Christopher. Perrini, New Albany, OH, 90, 01/21/ Daryl Brandt Sullivan, Flossmoor, IL, 89, 01/08/ Michael Dube, Livonia, MI, 88, 02/12/ Andy Wu, Ann Arbor, MI, 88, 09/07/ Sam A. Brodkey, Ann Arbor, MI, 88, 03/28/ Alex J. Farmer, Terre Haute, IN, 88, 10/04/ Dustin Patrick Gebben, Teutopolis, IL, 88, 12/15/ Travis David Tegeler, Teutopolis, IL, 88, 10/17/ Eric Scott Pontow, Orland Park, IL, 88, 04/04/ Torey W. Fox, Riley, IN, 88, 05/24/ Santino V. Dimichaelangelo, Westerville, OH, 88, 06/07/ Gian Carlo Dimichaelangelo, Westerville, OH, 88, 08/26/ Brock Nicholas Sutton, Broadview Hts, OH, 84, 12/12/ Peter J. Heneghan, Hinsdale, IL, 81, 04/26/ Nate M. Cox, Evansville, IN, 81, 10/31/ Casey Hudson, Charleston, WV, 80, 05/17/ Jamie Michael Masnyk, Noblesville, IN, 80, 07/17/ Trent Jordan Punt, Noblesville, IN, 80, 10/31/ Jad Abdul-Aal, Warren, OH, 80, 07/21/ Ross B. Whittaker, Hartville, OH, 80, 05/05/ Andrew Michael Nguyen, Floyds Knobs, IN, 80, 06/23/ Ryan M. Kropp, Green Bay, WI, 80, 01/21/ Jeffrey Melvin, Columbus, OH, 80, 03/07/ Curt Frazier, New Albany, OH, 80, 03/08/ James Robert Leclercq, Wilmette, IL, 80, 01/22/ Benjamin P. Urshan, Centralia, IL, 80, 06/03/ Caleb Urshan, Centralia, IL, 80, 03/23/ Shawn H. Hong, Naperville, IL, 76, 11/12/ Alex Galustian, Glencoe, IL, 75, 09/26/ William H. Angel, Northbrook, IL, 75, 09/21/ Peter Nicholas Ciaccia, Carmel, IN, 75, 09/19/ Michael Anthony Trupiano, Livonia, MI, 75, 08/22/ Michael L. Barton, Cincinnati, OH, 75, 01/03/ Jordan Rabe, New Albany, OH, 75, 05/26/ Ryan W. O Gara, Springboro, OH, 75, 11/15/ Stephen Payne, Livonia, MI, 75, 07/27/ David Richard Speier, Mason, OH, 75, 08/14/ John Dugan Delp, Holland, OH, 75, 10/04/ Matthew Reed Gargas, Ottawa Hills, OH, 75, 08/01/ Alex Smith, Dayton, OH, 75, 04/19/ Adam Blachut, Petoskey, MI, 73, 01/01/ Shuhei Odajima, Dublin, OH, 73, 11/24/ Bradley Plaisier, Kalamazoo, MI, 72, 12/31/ Jason E. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 72, 08/04/ Robert J. Stevens, Kalamazoo, MI, 72, 05/13/ Sam A. Moorin, Carmel, IN, 72, 06/01/ Matthew E. McCormick, Birmingham, MI, 72, 05/31/ Maximillian Lee, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 72, 07/18/ Lucas Randall, Lockport, IL, 72, 03/05/ Sean Bradley Ferguson, Dublin, OH, 72, 09/18/ Parker Keaton Thieneman, Floyds Knobs, IN, 72, 10/17/ Ethan F. Caldwell, Terre Haute, IN, 72, 08/22/ James Trevino, Tipp City, OH, 69, 01/04/ Matthew Steiner, Fort Wayne, IN, 68, 01/22/ Logan Dean Henize, West Chester, OH, 66, 03/23/ John T. Delanois, Bloomington, IL, 66, 09/12/ Patrick M. McKenna, Madison, WI, 65, 10/11/ Patrick Regan Carney, Madison, WI, 65, 09/24/ Charlie Brummer, Wheeler, IL, 65, 12/12/ William Jones, Charleston, WV, 64, 11/06/ Wesley C. Lo, Naperville, IL, 64, 10/05/ Tyler N. Hornback, Brownsburg, IN, 64, 05/24/ Sean T. Middleton, Zionsville, IN, 64, 03/01/ Josh Axelson, Zionsville, IN, 64, 05/31/ Nate Calawerts, Green Bay, WI, 64, 01/03/ Jad Malas, Charleston, WV, 64, 06/14/ Brad Boll, Dayton, OH, 63, 09/03/ Maximilian Au Fliegner, Clarkston, MI, 60, 02/26/ Nate Wallace, Columbus, OH, 60, 10/18/ Ivan Rakic, Ann Arbor, MI, 60, 10/10/ Yuri Karev, Cincinnati, OH, 60, 11/24/ Chance X. Conley, Portland, MI, 60, 08/02/ Joe Holland, Washington, WV, 60, 05/21/ Andrew J. Stutz, Indianapolis, IN, 60, 02/02/ David S. Shankman, Solon, OH, 59, 01/27/ Tyler Washington, Bloomington, IL, 59, 06/03/ Frank Kuo, Dublin, OH, 58, 08/02/ Mike Kincaid, Saint Joseph, MI, 56, 12/02/ Navdeep Bais, Toledo, OH, 56, 03/26/ Aniroodh Reddy, Holland, OH, 56, 07/15/ Jake Michael Stants, Saint Joseph, MI, 56, 08/08/ Pete C. Andres, New Albany, IN, 56, 04/26/ Christian A. Lim, Terre Haute, IN, 56, 08/02/ Siddarth K. Ahuja, Gates Mills, OH, 56, 02/29/ Noah R. Moss, Jasper, IN, 56, 10/22/ Nathan Andrew Griffin, Broadview Heights, OH, 53, 06/12/ Ryan Long, Ripon, WI, 52, 07/29/ Chase Nebel, Munising, MI, 51, 09/22/ Noah Ackerman, Munising, MI, 51, 06/11/ Luke Tsai, Mason, OH, 50, 09/09/1996 Boys 16 Singles 1. Aaron Pfister, Grand Blanc, MI, 1435, 04/11/ Alex R. Aleman, Cuyahoga Fls, OH, 1305, 11/13/ Christopher Diaz, Columbus, OH, 1290, 06/12/ Joseph Dube, Livonia, MI, 1245, 03/08/ Benjamin C. Quazzo, Chicago, IL, 1200, 10/13/ Douglas R. Barnard, Indianapolis, IN, 1145, 06/24/ William B. Mirkin, Wilmette, IL, 1015, 05/14/ Brian Alden, Barrington, IL, 1008, 02/19/ Matthew Goralka, Chicago, IL, 1000, 05/28/ Nolan Marks, Chagrin Falls, OH, 995, 11/22/ Harris Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 990, 10/26/ Robert A. Stineman, Winnetka, IL, 985, 05/04/ Ryan M. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 944, 11/06/ Mihir Kumar, Carmel, IN, 905, 11/26/ Tommy Marx, Shaker Heights, OH, 905, 02/02/ Ben A. Shklyar, Riverwoods, IL, 885, 02/13/ Aidan Koross, Kohler, WI, 870, 03/05/ Brandon W. Debot, Stevens Point, WI, 860, 04/24/ Zachary Mueck, West Chester, OH, 855, 10/26/ Andrew Scholnick, Winnetka, IL, 850, 05/09/ Drew B. Lied, Brookfield, WI, 845, 02/10/ Devin R. Jones, OAK PARK, IL, 835, 07/18/ Augie Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 830, 05/19/ Peter M. Heidrich, Peoria, IL, 828, 03/20/ Arren Carter, Powell, OH, 825, 06/15/ Richard V. Brej, Long Grove, IL, 800, 02/19/ Brantner Jones, Winnetka, IL, 790, 04/18/ Chris Song, Novi, MI, 790, 05/27/ Jack Larsen, Whitefish Bay, WI, 790, 11/09/ Michael Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 780, 11/16/ Aaron Hendrick, Grand Rapids, MI, 773, 03/15/ Hunter J. Bielfield, Farmington Hls, MI, 760, 08/22/ Ethan Dunbar, Medina, OH, 735, 04/12/ Andrew Streeter, Beverly Hills, MI, 735, 11/10/ Juan Guerra, Midland, MI, 715, 11/29/ Luke Gensburg, Glencoe, IL, 705, 05/21/ Krishna Ravella, Westmont, IL, 705, 07/21/ Mark Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 705, 12/10/ Austin M. Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 703, 01/04/ Ian C. Wagner, Columbus, OH, 700, 11/11/ Tim Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 685, 06/02/ Benjamin Yue, Normal, IL, 665, 10/06/ Frederick Abunku, West Chester, OH, 660, 05/01/ Colin H. Bernier, Canton, OH, 660, 08/22/ David Packowitz, Buffalo Grove, IL, 653, 11/21/ Tyler Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 650, 11/14/ Ethan Cohen, Ann Arbor, MI, 645, 12/05/ Sam Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 643, 11/01/ Gregory S. Andrews, Richland, MI, 640, 03/19/ Jimmy Roebker, Ft Mitchell, KY, 628, 11/12/ Alex J. Toliver, Indianapolis, IN, 613, 07/05/ Andrew C. Miron, Glencoe, IL, 603, 11/23/ Stratton Gilmore, Madison, WI, 600, 04/24/ Peter Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 580, 12/05/ Nelson E. Vick, Grafton, WI, 578, 10/09/ Kenta Shimizu, Inverness, IL, 575, 06/01/ James D. Li, Wheaton, IL, 565, 06/23/ Justin M. Rossi, Novi, MI, 555, 08/31/ Damon Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 540, 08/21/ Ethan Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 540, 02/02/ Matt Sherba, Oxford, OH, 530, 11/06/ Ryan S. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 525, 11/20/ Michael A. Moe, Carmel, IN, 510, 10/01/ Ryan E. Jorgensen, Toledo, OH, 505, 10/08/ Vishal S. Arora, Saint Joseph, MI, 503, 10/23/ Ross Putterman, Vernon Hills, IL, 502, 05/17/ Jeffrey Loduca, Bloomfield, MI, 499, 09/27/ Samuel R. Ubersax, Pepper Pike, OH, 490, 09/11/ Nicholas Szczurek, Lemont, IL, 490, 05/27/ Douglas Zade, Grosse Pointe, MI, 488, 04/09/ Hitoshi F. Kawashima, Wilmette, IL, 485, 02/28/ Khang H. Thai, Columbus, OH, 484, 03/15/ Mitchell Petersen, Grand Rapids, MI, 482, 08/24/ Patrick Elliott, Jeffersonvlle, IN, 478, 01/31/ Ben Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 478, 01/04/ Ari M. Richman, New Albany, OH, 473, 05/25/ Vince Kim, Grand Blanc, MI, 469, 03/10/ Jesse H. Chen, Rochester Hills, MI, 460, 09/04/ Evan A. Bechtel, Toledo, OH, 458, 05/22/ Michael J. Fredericka, Warren, OH, 455, 09/02/ Justin M. Spicer, Greenwood, IN, 454, 12/10/ Andrew Darrell, Kalamazoo, MI, 454, 04/19/ Jason Brown, Deerfield, IL, 450, 03/15/ Peter Ross White, Springfield, IL, 450, 06/29/ Alexander A. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 448, 10/20/ Conrad F. Harron, Chicago, IL, 447, 09/05/ Sean Stein, Dublin, OH, 445, 04/16/ Ryne Dushane, Holland, MI, 430, 09/20/ Will S. Adams, Indianapolis, IN, 428, 01/11/ Alekzander K. Davila, Essexville, MI, 423, 09/30/ Jacob M. Laser, Glencoe, IL, 422, 10/02/ David Gabriel, Shaker Hts, OH, 421, 11/14/1992 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 37

38 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Boys Rankings Arren Carter Billy Bertha 93. Joey Fritz, Cincinnati, OH, 420, 03/28/ Joseph H. Collins, Evanston, IL, 415, 08/18/ Sam D. Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 412, 01/13/ Nick A. Chappell, Indianapolis, IN, 410, 09/19/ Joseph W. Van Meter, Indianapolis, IN, 407, 02/10/ Chistopher H. Yoon, Columbus, OH, 406, 03/23/ Bryan Miles, Wausau, WI, 398, 04/18/ Vladimir Zverkovskiy, Lincolnwood, IL, 396, 05/07/ Tyler Manci, Highland Park, IL, 390, 05/04/ Alex McMahan, Carmel, IN, 384, 06/16/ Raymond Leonard, Bloomington, IN, 383, 03/08/ Samuel Walker, Milwaukee, WI, 381, 05/11/ Ian Sheets, Williamston, MI, 380, 12/31/ Myles T. Harris, Columbus, OH, 375, 02/01/ Connor M. Andrews, Fort Wayne, IN, 375, 06/05/ Christopher J. Federighi, Cary, IL, 371, 06/18/ Rollin Baker, East Lansing, MI, 368, 11/26/ Tim R. Noack, Hartland, WI, 365, 06/05/ Danny K. Park, Rockford, IL, 357, 05/26/ David T. Myers, Winnetka, IL, 354, 07/01/ Joseph Frank, W Lafayette, IN, 351, 06/08/ Melvin Joseph, Northville, MI, 349, 10/28/ Evan Hawkins, Monticello, IN, 349, 03/22/ Elliott J. Yee, Carmel, IN, 348, 11/01/ Omar Turk, Granger, IN, 345, 11/11/ Casey Cempre, Worthington, OH, 343, 12/10/ Michael Korn, Rochester Hills, MI, 341, 10/14/ Daniel B. Ballantine, Hinsdale, IL, 335, 03/03/ Michael C. Ziecik, Bloomfield, MI, 329, 12/29/ Donald Alexander Prusaczyk, Benton, IL, 324, 11/13/ Danny R. Schuster, Western Springs, IL, 322, 04/01/ Chikara Oshima, Findlay, OH, 321, 08/28/ Julian Gimmler, Portage, MI, 320, 10/25/ Jared Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 320, 07/08/ Billy Weldon, Columbus, OH, 318, 05/17/ Rafe Mosetick, Hinsdale, IL, 317, 05/28/ Aurko Joshi, W Bloomfield, MI, 316, 06/12/ Eyad Jaara, Sylvania, OH, 315, 10/29/ Jacob H. Bradley, Plainfield, IN, 313, 12/23/ John M. Mittvick, South Elgin, IL, 310, 11/01/ Michael Treis, Brookfield, WI, 309, 06/19/ Hirsch Matani, Cincinnati, OH, 304, 08/24/ Rico Lumanlan, Carmel, IN, 300, 09/02/ Alexander J. Harbert, Saint Joseph, MI, 298, 12/06/ Grant A. Veltman, Ada, MI, 298, 06/08/ Rishi Shah, Okemos, MI, 297, 11/28/ Hayden Esker, Effingham, IL, 293, 01/23/ Christopher Bertolini, Carmel, IN, 293, 04/03/ Graham F. Gettel, Franklin, MI, 289, 11/26/ James Oliver, Lakewood, OH, 288, 05/04/ Joshua Cogan, Batavia, IL, 286, 11/22/ Devin Bostick, Cincinnati, OH, 281, 09/04/ J.P. Gurnee, Midland, MI, 278, 05/08/ James Konarske, Troy, MI, 277, 05/25/ Daniel Lubarsky, Highland Hts, OH, 276, 01/12/ Sam M. Vaughn, Springfield, IL, 275, 06/30/ Jordan R. Mauk, Fort Wayne, IN, 274, 10/01/ Kevin Wu, Rochester Hls, MI, 274, 02/01/ Patrick James O Hagan, Cadillac, MI, 273, 01/23/ Stephen J. Washuta, Newburgh, IN, 272, 09/29/ Alec R. Attala, Clinton Township, MI, 271, 08/31/ Gary Sheng, Aurora, IL, 270, 03/16/ David Zak, Highland Park, IL, 270, 06/13/ Paul Bryan Thomas, Broadview Heights, OH, 268, 06/07/ Riley Chadwell, Chicago, IL, 267, 11/24/ Andre O. Ziebold, Elkhart, IN, 267, 11/13/ Adam M. Reinhart, Cincinnati, OH, 265, 01/27/ Matthew Y. Wareti, Bexley, OH, 264, 04/08/ Bryan M. Hodges, Bloomfield, MI, 259, 06/15/ Will Corrigan, South Bend, IN, 258, 07/27/ Jim G. Beckwith, Battle Creek, MI, 258, 09/14/ Eric Bruynseels, River Forest, IL, 257, 02/05/ Martin Leonard Burbank, West Chester, OH, 257, 12/30/ Cameron Harmon, Charleston, WV, 257, 07/23/ Mason F. Bourbon, Wyoming, OH, 256, 07/23/ Jake C. Bouvy, Plainfield, IN, 256, 07/12/ Isriz D. Balase, Schaumburg, IL, 256, 09/06/ Rishi R. Karri, Mequon, WI, 255, 02/03/ Michael J. Bradley, Sellersburg, IN, 255, 08/14/ Christian C. Hoskey, St Charles, IL, 255, 07/02/ Patrick Carpio, Naperville, IL, 255, 01/09/ Jason D. Schrode, Solon, OH, 252, 02/20/ Tyler S. Gardiner, Novi, MI, 250, 10/03/ Ryan C. Smith, Cleveland, OH, 250, 09/09/ Kendall J. Coffman, Marengo, OH, 249, 01/20/ Jacob Tanulanond, Tinley Park, IL, 249, 07/25/ Nikhil Kulkarni, Fishers, IN, 248, 01/07/ Luka Spahija, Youngstown, OH, 248, 11/04/ Jack Michael, Brookfield, WI, 248, 02/27/ Nicholas E. Strange, Bargersville, IN, 248, 05/28/ Jay Joshi, Oakland Township, MI, 248, 09/25/ Bradley K. White, Fort Wayne, IN, 245, 09/29/ Jacob Wilson, River Forest, IL, 245, 06/02/ W. John. Hendrix, New Albany, OH, 245, 06/11/ William J. Jung, Battle Creek, MI, 244, 10/07/ Ian M. Streicker, Loveland, OH, 244, 12/01/ Kyle Patterson, Wooster, OH, 244, 04/05/ Oliver D. Crawford, Charleston, WV, 244, 01/11/ Michael A. D Ambrosio-Zurcher, Fort Wayne, IN, 243, 03/23/ John P. Dwyer, Zionsville, IN, 243, 05/12/ Ryan R. Buxbaum, Vernon Hills, IL, 243, 11/03/ Derek C. Reinbold, Carmel, IN, 241, 04/04/ Jay Fovel, Cincinnati, OH, 241, 03/06/ Marc D. Shideler, Valparaiso, IN, 240, 05/28/ Breyden Everitt, Scottsburg, IN, 240, 05/19/ Christian R. Lynn, Saint Charles, IL, 239, 07/18/ Dylan Michael Prosser, Olney, IL, 237, 09/22/ David T. Hoops, Perrysburg, OH, 237, 09/29/ Michael Hinman Camilleri, Whitefish Bay, WI, 236, 10/06/ Connor W. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 236, 02/24/ Bradley Holt, Homewood, IL, 236, 06/13/ Matthew I. McGowan, Brookfield, WI, 235, 09/23/ Matthew B. Phillips, Charleston, WV, 233, 10/16/ Martin Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 233, 08/24/ Alex Schaeffer, Alliance, OH, 233, 05/27/ Alexander M. Gebert, River Forest, IL, 233, 08/30/ Alexander J. Hurtuk, Chagrin Falls, OH, 232, 08/17/ Julian Allen Childers, Matteson, IL, 232, 04/27/ Griffin S. Johns, Hinsdale, IL, 232, 09/26/ Eric R. Vannatta, Columbus, OH, 232, 05/21/ Tyler Lynn Kerley, Benton, IL, 231, 03/31/ Alex H. Rachlin, Chicago, IL, 231, 04/17/ Akshay N. Moorthy, Westland, MI, 230, 06/08/ Gregory D. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 229, 01/29/ Nathan M. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 229, 11/15/ Darius A. Frick, Cincinnati, OH, 229, 04/23/ Nathan W. Piland, Springfield, IL, 227, 10/18/ Tyler J. Anderson, Chesterton, IN, 227, 08/18/ Derek John Romer, Kendallville, IN, 227, 08/24/ David Lerner, Cincinnati, OH, 225, 02/08/ Miguel Cepeda, Mason, OH, 224, 12/01/ Brad Boll, Dayton, OH, 224, 09/03/ Jordan Parker, Detroit, MI, 224, 02/07/ Connor Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 223, 08/07/ Grant T. Robinson, Springfield, IL, 223, 08/08/ Jake H. Mills, Midland, MI, 223, 08/12/ Kyle Y. Zhu, W Bloomfield, MI, 223, 02/16/ Matthew H. Hirsh, Glen Ellyn, IL, 222, 01/11/ Evan M. King, Chicago, IL, 220, 03/25/ Adam Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 220, 06/30/ Alexander Yahanda, Fort Wayne, IN, 220, 12/12/ Timothy John Spitzer, Kalamazoo, MI, 220, 02/10/ Scott Caughey, Peoria, IL, 219, 10/18/ Bronson J. Goodsell, Battle Creek, MI, 219, 05/09/ Rob Ren Tu, Solon, OH, 218, 02/04/ Matt Beverour, Wilmette, IL, 218, 04/03/ William H. Lennon, Chagrin Falls, OH, 218, 09/17/ Andy T. Wall, De Pere, WI, 217, 05/15/ Jesse Shivener, Gahanna, OH, 217, 06/17/ James S. Ramey, Carmel, IN, 217, 12/18/ Ronnie K. Wing, Chicago, IL, 217, 11/24/ Ben Jambois, Wilmette, IL, 217, 10/05/ Darren J. Ng, Sylvania, OH, 216, 04/14/ German Larrain, Wausau, WI, 216, 09/17/ Conor M. Cunningham, Carmel, IN, 216, 03/01/ Paul Robert Blais, Fremont, MI, 216, 01/26/ David Edison, Worthington, OH, 216, 06/28/ Alexander Mihas, Lakewood, OH, 216, 04/25/ Michael Joseph Baiocchi, Naperville, IL, 216, 01/14/ Colton J. Buffington, Westlake, OH, 215, 05/12/ Kamil M. Cwikla, Frankfort, IL, 215, 05/07/ Joe W. Speier, Mason, OH, 215, 07/20/ Matthew Smith, Grosse Ile, MI, 215, 08/07/ Byron Balkin, Verona, WI, 212, 06/29/ Austin Overlander, Roanoke, IN, 211, 05/24/ Justin Olexa, Lincolnshire, IL, 210, 02/16/ Raja Gupta, Troy, OH, 210, 05/09/ Lawson A. Barter, Deerfield, IL, 210, 10/26/ Antoine G. Martin, Midland, MI, 210, 11/10/ Ian Kidd, Carbondale, IL, 209, 08/05/ Matt Tran, Pendleton, IN, 209, 01/31/ Brian Glavin, Naperville, IL, 208, 05/01/ Zachary O. Brint, Highland Park, IL, 208, 08/10/ Robert A. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 208, 11/15/ Mitchell S. Granger, Grayslake, IL, 208, 04/07/ Michael Sellitto, Glenview, IL, 208, 06/10/ Sam Rutter, Lima, OH, 207, 09/24/ Alexander Salvadori, Okemos, MI, 207, 04/28/ David A. Foreman, Bloomfield, MI, 206, 01/10/ Trevor Stoimenoff, Grand Ledge, MI, 206, 11/08/ Blake A. Bazarnik, Kildeer, IL, 205, 11/14/ Victor M. Obasaju, Carmel, IN, 205, 09/28/ Devon Sbrocchi, Sylvania, OH, 204, 09/08/ Connor J. Braden, Lafayette, IN, 204, 05/19/ Alex Sweet, Madison, WI, 204, 06/20/ Matthew Keane, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, 203, 07/15/ Cameron T. Hardin, Bargersville, IN, 201, 03/21/ Seth B. Arthur, Allegan, MI, 201, 02/21/ Jerry J. Yeh, Neenah, WI, 201, 09/05/ Will Young, Chagrin Falls, OH, 201, 02/17/ Austin Michael Collier, Indianapolis, IN, 201, 03/05/ Cole C. Grace, Rockford, IL, 200, 07/30/ Ryan V. Varilek, Midland, MI, 200, 12/16/ Sean Kloock, Olmsted Falls, OH, 200, 09/08/ Alexander Mang, Winnetka, IL, 200, 12/23/ Derek Corn, Bloomfield, IN, 200, 09/12/1991 Boys 16 Individual Doubles 1. Arren Carter, Powell, OH, 1005, 06/15/ Ryan M. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 940, 11/06/ Nelson E. Vick, Grafton, WI, 930, 10/09/ Augie Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 910, 05/19/ Gregory S. Andrews, Richland, MI, 900, 03/19/ Aaron Pfister, Grand Blanc, MI, 895, 04/11/ Billy Weldon, Columbus, OH, 877, 05/17/ Michael Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 795, 11/16/ Tim Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 795, 06/02/ Evan M. King, Chicago, IL, 780, 03/25/ Devin R. Jones, OAK PARK, IL, 690, 07/18/ Andrew Scholnick, Winnetka, IL, 690, 05/09/ Robert A. Stineman, Winnetka, IL, 650, 05/04/ Ryan S. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 630, 11/20/ Jack Larsen, Whitefish Bay, WI, 615, 11/09/ Benjamin C. Quazzo, Chicago, IL, 600, 10/13/ Brandon W. Debot, Stevens Point, WI, 600, 04/24/ Christopher Diaz, Columbus, OH, 585, 06/12/ Jimmy Roebker, Ft Mitchell, KY, 585, 11/12/ Daniel B. Ballantine, Hinsdale, IL, 565, 03/03/ Joseph Dube, Livonia, MI, 555, 03/08/ Matthew Goralka, Chicago, IL, 550, 05/28/ Justin M. Rossi, Novi, MI, 550, 08/31/ Blake A. Bazarnik, Kildeer, IL, 540, 11/14/ Nolan Marks, Chagrin Falls, OH, 540, 11/22/ Brian Alden, Barrington, IL, 540, 02/19/ Ethan Dunbar, Medina, OH, 535, 04/12/ Brantner Jones, Winnetka, IL, 530, 04/18/ Chris Song, Novi, MI, 510, 05/27/ Drew B. Lied, Brookfield, WI, 510, 02/10/ Connor Gilmore, Madison, WI, 510, 05/11/ Ben Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 500, 01/04/ Tyler Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 480, 11/14/ Andrew C. Miron, Glencoe, IL, 480, 11/23/ Andy P. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 480, 07/24/ Sean Stein, Dublin, OH, 475, 04/16/ Peter Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 470, 12/05/ Aidan Koross, Kohler, WI, 470, 03/05/ Tommy Marx, Shaker Heights, OH, 465, 02/02/ Luke Gensburg, Glencoe, IL, 465, 05/21/ Tyler Manci, Highland Park, IL, 465, 05/04/ Nick A. Chappell, Indianapolis, IN, 460, 09/19/ Douglas R. Barnard, Indianapolis, IN, 455, 06/24/ William B. Mirkin, Wilmette, IL, 440, 05/14/ Ian C. Wagner, Columbus, OH, 435, 11/11/ Colin H. Bernier, Canton, OH, 420, 08/22/ Douglas Zade, Grosse Pointe, MI, 420, 04/09/ David Packowitz, Buffalo Grove, IL, 415, 11/21/ Ross Putterman, Vernon Hills, IL, 405, 05/17/ Joey Fritz, Cincinnati, OH, 400, 03/28/ Hunter J. Bielfield, Farmington Hls, MI, 395, 08/22/ Mihir Kumar, Carmel, IN, 373, 11/26/ Austin M. Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 360, 01/04/ Connor M. Andrews, Fort Wayne, IN, 351, 06/05/ Alexander Golovin, Round Lake, IL, 350, 04/30/ Ben A. Shklyar, Riverwoods, IL, 345, 02/13/ Aaron Hendrick, Grand Rapids, MI, 345, 03/15/ Alex McMahan, Carmel, IN, 343, 06/16/ Alex J. Toliver, Indianapolis, IN, 343, 07/05/ Michael A. Moe, Carmel, IN, 340, 10/01/ Andrew Streeter, Beverly Hills, MI, 330, 11/10/ Patrick Elliott, Jeffersonvlle, IN, 329, 01/31/ Will S. Adams, Indianapolis, IN, 327, 01/11/ Harris Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 325, 10/26/ Byron Balkin, Verona, WI, 316, 06/29/ Adam Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 315, 06/30/ Chase Emerson, Seymour, IN, 313, 09/11/ Derek C. Reinbold, Carmel, IN, 311, 04/04/ Khang H. Thai, Columbus, OH, 305, 03/15/ Jacob M. Laser, Glencoe, IL, 300, 10/02/ Myles T. Harris, Columbus, OH, 300, 02/01/ Chistopher H. Yoon, Columbus, OH, 299, 03/23/ Joseph H. Collins, Evanston, IL, 296, 08/18/ Justin M. Spicer, Greenwood, IN, 293, 12/10/ Jesse H. Chen, Rochester Hills, MI, 285, 09/04/ Jeffrey Loduca, Bloomfield, MI, 285, 09/27/ Vishal S. Arora, Saint Joseph, MI, 275, 10/23/ Devon Sbrocchi, Sylvania, OH, 266, 09/08/ Jacob H. Bradley, Plainfield, IN, 263, 12/23/ Mark Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 260, 12/10/ John P. Dwyer, Zionsville, IN, 259, 05/12/ Alex R. Aleman, Cuyahoga Fls, OH, 255, 11/13/ Stratton Gilmore, Madison, WI, 255, 04/24/ Zachary Mueck, West Chester, OH, 252, 10/26/ David T. Myers, Winnetka, IL, 251, 07/01/ Jason Brown, Deerfield, IL, 250, 03/15/ Nicholas Szczurek, Lemont, IL, 242, 05/27/ Andrew Darrell, Kalamazoo, MI, 240, 04/19/ Julian Gimmler, Portage, MI, 240, 10/25/ Alexander A. Jesse, Mequon, WI, 234, 10/20/ Connor Majdalani, Perrysburg, OH, 231, 08/07/ Alexander J. Harbert, Saint Joseph, MI, 231, 12/06/ Bryan Miles, Wausau, WI, 228, 04/18/ Frederick Abunku, West Chester, OH, 225, 05/01/ Marc D. Shideler, Valparaiso, IN, 224, 05/28/ Christopher Bertolini, Carmel, IN, 221, 04/03/ David A. Foreman, Bloomfield, MI, 220, 01/10/ Jeffery L. Lotz, Racine, WI, 216, 08/17/ Evan A. Bechtel, Toledo, OH, 210, 05/22/ Ryan E. Jorgensen, Toledo, OH, 210, 10/08/ Joshua Cogan, Batavia, IL, 210, 11/22/ Sam Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 210, 11/01/ Alekzander K. Davila, Essexville, MI, 210, 09/30/ Benton A. Benalcazar, Westerville, OH, 208, 01/13/ Danny R. Schuster, Western Springs, IL, 206, 04/01/ Rico Lumanlan, Carmel, IN, 205, 09/02/ Ian M. Streicker, Loveland, OH, 202, 12/01/ Santiago Guerra, Midland, MI, 195, 12/28/ David Zak, Highland Park, IL, 195, 06/13/ Hirsch Matani, Cincinnati, OH, 195, 08/24/ Ian Tesmond, Burr Ridge, IL, 193, 02/26/ Joseph W. Van Meter, Indianapolis, IN, 192, 02/10/ Damon Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 190, 08/21/ Hitoshi F. Kawashima, Wilmette, IL, 180, 02/28/ Ethan Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 180, 02/02/ Chikara Oshima, Findlay, OH, 177, 08/28/ Brandon Davis, Newburgh, IN, 176, 01/03/ Ronnie K. Wing, Chicago, IL, 175, 11/24/ Ari M. Richman, New Albany, OH, 172, 05/25/ Stephen J. Washuta, Newburgh, IN, 168, 09/29/ Michael Treis, Brookfield, WI, 166, 06/19/ Benjamin Yue, Normal, IL, 165, 10/06/ Ethan Cohen, Ann Arbor, MI, 164, 12/05/ Jake C. Bouvy, Plainfield, IN, 163, 07/12/ Andrew Raymond Voss, West Lafayette, IN, 163, 08/13/ Richard V. Brej, Long Grove, IL, 160, 02/19/ Daniel Scott Lutocka, Mooresville, IN, 159, 07/05/ Michael Sellitto, Glenview, IL, 156, 06/10/ Nicholas Roby, Terre Haute, IN, 155, 10/14/ Patrick Carpio, Naperville, IL, 153, 01/09/ Sam D. Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 152, 01/13/ Victor M. Obasaju, Carmel, IN, 151, 09/28/ Krishna Ravella, Westmont, IL, 150, 07/21/ Jay Fovel, Cincinnati, OH, 150, 03/06/ Nicholas E. Strange, Bargersville, IN, 148, 05/28/ John M. Mittvick, South Elgin, IL, 147, 11/01/ Sean Doyle McCabe, West Lafayette, IN, 147, 02/23/ Darren J. Ng, Sylvania, OH, 145, 04/14/ Nirbhay Jain, Toledo, OH, 145, 09/24/ Tyler Johnson, West Bend, WI, 145, 04/26/ Julius Denneal Dixon, Chicago, IL, 140, 10/09/ Conor M. Cunningham, Carmel, IN, 136, 03/01/ Sam Rutter, Lima, OH, 135, 09/24/ Peter M. Heidrich, Peoria, IL, 135, 03/20/ Alexander Salvadori, Okemos, MI, 135, 04/28/ David Lerner, Cincinnati, OH, 135, 02/08/ Cameron Harmon, Charleston, WV, 134, 07/23/ Rollin Baker, East Lansing, MI, 132, 11/26/ Andy T. Wall, De Pere, WI, 132, 05/15/ Michael Gillespie, De Pere, WI, 132, 12/11/ David Gorodesky, Fox Point, WI, 132, 03/20/ Alex J. Smith, River Hills, WI, 132, 03/16/ Jeremy Lee Dixon, Chicago, IL, 130, 03/01/ Robert A. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 128, 11/15/ Nathan M. Jacobson, Winnetka, IL, 128, 11/15/ Patrick Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 128, 07/22/ Juan Guerra, Midland, MI, 125, 11/29/ Melvin Joseph, Northville, MI, 124, 10/28/ Connor J. Braden, Lafayette, IN, 124, 05/19/ Brian Johnson, Clarendon Hills, IL, 124, 05/14/ Austin S. Papenthien, Waunakee, WI, 124, 05/20/ Raymond Leonard, Bloomington, IN, 124, 03/08/ Robert A. Cook, Newburgh, IN, 124, 07/23/ Breyden Everitt, Scottsburg, IN, 124, 05/19/ Martin Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 120, 08/24/ Bronson J. Goodsell, Battle Creek, MI, 120, 05/09/ Alex Mattson, Mequon, WI, 120, 12/19/ Michael Korn, Rochester Hills, MI, 119, 10/14/ Gregory D. Lafountain, Oak Harbor, OH, 119, 01/29/ Omar Turk, Granger, IN, 118, 11/11/ Ashvin Reddy, Naperville, IL, 117, 06/10/ Kevin Bauman, Naperville, IL, 117, 09/27/ Matt Tran, Pendleton, IN, 116, 01/31/ Rishi M. Patel, Anderson, IN, 116, 09/08/ Ameya S. Sohani, Novi, MI, 116, 10/18/ Justin Farooq, Novi, MI, 116, 10/20/ Garrett N. Mandrell, Indianapolis, IN, 116, 10/16/ Connor W. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 116, 02/24/ Will Young, Chagrin Falls, OH, 116, 02/17/ Gordon B. Zhang, Lisle, IL, 116, 08/22/ Christian C. Hoskey, St Charles, IL, 116, 07/02/ John C. Mason, Saint Charles, IL, 116, 06/15/ Justin Poirier, Evansville, IN, 116, 10/02/ Matthew R. Parker, Lemont, IL, 116, 02/25/ Chris Holcomb, Terre Haute, IN, 111, 09/14/ James Melvin, Columbus, OH, 111, 09/14/ Philip Kuenzi, Manitowoc, WI, 110, 06/18/ Logan Hambrock, Terre Haute, IN, 110, 09/21/ Casey Cempre, Worthington, OH, 109, 12/10/ Skeeter Plowman, Naperville, IL, 108, 10/08/ Chase N. Perry, Naperville, IL, 108, 08/13/ David J. Butterfield, Newburgh, IN, 108, 05/18/ Jeffrey B. Schorsch, Perrysburg, OH, 105, 02/11/ Vince Kim, Grand Blanc, MI, 105, 03/10/ Andrew J. Blazek, Omaha, NE, 104, 02/09/ Matthew I. McGowan, Brookfield, WI, 104, 09/23/ Samuel B. Geier, Carmel, IN, 104, 05/14/ Raymond Montgomery, Terre Haute, IN, 102, 06/22/ Austin H. Marx, Newburgh, IN, 102, 12/10/ Cameron D. Crawford, Terre Haute, IN, 102, 03/28/ Andy T. Struble, Holt, MI, 100, 01/28/ Bryce Toburen, Mequon, WI, 100, 02/29/ Alexander Mang, Winnetka, IL, 100, 12/23/ James S. Ramey, Carmel, IN, 100, 12/18/ Chad Randall, Lockport, IL, 100, 05/21/ Ryan Heuer, Munster, IN, 100, 07/03/ Aurko Joshi, W Bloomfield, MI, 96, 06/12/ Grant A. Veltman, Ada, MI, 96, 06/08/ Alex H. Rachlin, Chicago, IL, 92, 04/17/ Evan Hawkins, Monticello, IN, 92, 03/22/ Ryan Thomsen, Madison, WI, 92, 04/02/ Will Corrigan, South Bend, IN, 92, 07/27/ Patrick Clark, Brownsburg, IN, 92, 03/03/ Evan L. Krepps, Brownsburg, IN, 92, 05/21/ Joe W. Speier, Mason, OH, 90, 07/20/ Christopher Pratt, Charleston, WV, 90, 03/30/ Lorenzo Robert Dimatteo, West Bend, WI, 89, 05/02/ Tim R. Noack, Hartland, WI, 88, 06/05/ Alexander Abshire Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 88, 04/14/ Abhinav Singh, Naperville, IL, 88, 09/24/ Ben Kahn, Zionsville, IN, 88, 01/20/ Christopher Johnson, Indianapolis, IN, 88, 12/06/ Mark Canner, Greenwood, IN, 87, 01/04/ W. John. Hendrix, New Albany, OH, 85, 06/11/ Edward R. Broun, Cincinnati, OH, 85, 08/02/ Elliott J. Yee, Carmel, IN, 84, 11/01/ Bradley Holt, Homewood, IL, 84, 06/13/ Julian Allen Childers, Matteson, IL, 84, 04/27/ Antoine G. Martin, Midland, MI, 83, 11/10/ Gary Sheng, Aurora, IL, 81, 03/16/ Jared Hiltzik, Wilmette, IL, 80, 07/08/ Jim Clark Nungester, Floyds Knobs, IN, 80, 08/08/ Kyle A. Haas, Jasper, IN, 80, 06/12/ Jordan R. Mauk, Fort Wayne, IN, 80, 10/01/ Jared Z. Queener, Elkhart, IN, 80, 12/10/ Stephen Hawn, Hinsdale, IL, 80, 05/28/ Brandon L. Hedrick, Columbus, IN, 80, 02/21/ Evan L. Winders, Floyds Knobs, IN, 80, 03/21/ Anthony Lupresto, South Bend, IN, 79, 10/02/ Nick Reinhart, Indianapolis, IN, 78, 07/22/ Jim G. Beckwith, Battle Creek, MI, 76, 09/14/ Kenton Austin, Greenwood, IN, 76, 11/23/ Tyler J. Anderson, Chesterton, IN, 76, 08/18/ Mitchell Trammel, Brownsburg, IN, 76, 11/25/ Michael Trammel, Brownsburg, IN, 76, 11/25/ Luke Lohrstorfer, Indianapolis, IN, 75, 06/20/ Kenta Shimizu, Inverness, IL, 75, 06/01/ Drew W. Brown, Perrysburg, OH, 75, 09/02/ Casey R. Leary, Loveland, OH, 75, 06/30/ Joseph J. Sheena, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 75, 08/24/ Trevor J. Bowers, Norwalk, OH, 75, 04/05/ Trevor C. Maxim, Mason, OH, 75, 01/17/ John B. Russell, Maumee, OH, 75, 03/24/ Tyler J. Scanlan, Indianapolis, IN, 75, 06/07/ Hayden Esker, Effingham, IL, 74, 01/23/ Neelay Purohit, Terre Haute, IN, 74, 03/30/ Blake Troller, Port Clinton, OH, 72, 04/01/ Mathew Zellner, De Pere, WI, 72, 04/11/ Joseph Shmigelsky, Middleton, WI, 72, 06/01/ Chris D. Campbell, Jasper, IN, 72, 03/04/ Zach A. Kasiurak, Hoffman Estates, IL, 72, 03/24/ Takuma Ito, Schaumburg, IL, 72, 01/19/ Joe P. Gasior, Hoffman Estates, IL, 72, 05/26/ Michael B. Farley, Fishers, IN, 72, 04/15/ Jesse Stirnemann, Sterling Hts, MI, 72, 05/07/ Connor Leipold, Racine, WI, 72, 12/05/ Sam Leipold, Racine, WI, 72, 05/11/ Brandon Sutton, Broadview Hts, OH, 72, 07/15/ Stu Little, Columbus, OH, 70, 06/22/ Zack Gharst, Indianapolis, IN, 68, 01/20/ Austin Michael Collier, Indianapolis, IN, 68, 03/05/ Eric D. Dybvig, Bloomington, IN, 66, 09/24/ Justin W. Kaiser, Neenah, WI, 66, 02/06/ Cameron Fiebig, Neenah, WI, 66, 12/06/ Nicholas D. Allen, Green Bay, WI, 66, 08/30/ Nathan W. Piland, Springfield, IL, 66, 10/18/ Cassian Utrie, Appleton, WI, 64, 08/01/ Christopher Butler, Mundelein, IL, 64, 11/29/ Geoffrey Butler, Mundelein, IL, 64, 01/17/ Adam Wroughton, Schererville, IN, 64, 04/16/ Kamil M. Cwikla, Frankfort, IL, 64, 05/07/ Sam K. Rumbach, Jasper, IN, 64, 09/28/ Matthew Coghlan, Bloomington, IN, 64, 03/26/ Michael Kroin, Northbrook, IL, 64, 09/15/ Benjamin Rausch, Lafayette, IN, 64, 09/14/ Griffin S. Johns, Hinsdale, IL, 64, 09/26/ Lucas A. Gsellman, Medina, OH, 64, 04/14/ Bill Sterrett, Naperville, IL, 64, 05/17/ Brad Boll, Dayton, OH, 63, 09/03/ Michael Strauch, Indianapolis, IN, 63, 01/30/ Trey Keating, Troy, MI, 60, 12/19/ David Gabriel, Shaker Hts, OH, 60, 11/14/ Matthew B. Phillips, Charleston, WV, 60, 10/16/ Sean R. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 60, 11/20/ Drew D. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 60, 03/07/ Cody G. Roberts, Franklin, IN, 60, 06/15/ Ryan R. Buxbaum, Vernon Hills, IL, 60, 11/03/ Jesse Shivener, Gahanna, OH, 60, 06/17/ Jarrod J. Stein, Carmel, IN, 60, 05/22/ David G. Caldwell, Troy, MI, 60, 10/12/ Daniel Delgado, Indianapolis, IN, 60, 05/30/ Lucas Andersen, Greenwood, IN, 60, 10/04/ Aidan Stephen Sauberlich, Green Bay, WI, 59, 10/28/ Nikhil Kulkarni, Fishers, IN, 56, 01/07/ James Oliver, Lakewood, OH, 56, 05/04/ Lawson A. Barter, Deerfield, IL, 56, 10/26/ Nathan Gardner, Canton, OH, 56, 10/13/ Michael Joseph Baiocchi, Naperville, IL, 56, 01/14/ Mark Bicek, Naperville, IL, 56, 03/19/ Brian Chiou, Naperville, IL, 56, 03/12/ Mitchell J. Roemer, Naperville, IL, 56, 10/29/ Peter Zhang, Novi, MI, 56, 11/27/ Ruben Geeraert, Centerville, OH, 55, 11/05/ Daniel Mackett, Brookfield, WI, 52, 03/09/1993 Boys 18 Singles 1. Billy Bertha, Whitefish Bay, WI, 1765, 09/26/ Nelson E. Vick, Grafton, WI, 1590, 10/09/ Gregory S. Andrews, Richland, MI, 1565, 03/19/ Michael A. Moore, Glenview, IL, 1405, 12/03/ Wyatt Lippert, Cincinnati, OH, 1295, 07/24/ Denis Bogatov, Gurnee, IL, 1220, 12/27/ Mac McAnulty, Chicago, IL, 1155, 11/01/ Jonathan Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 1095, 12/13/ Blake A. Bazarnik, Kildeer, IL, 1065, 11/14/ Augie Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 1060, 05/19/ Peter Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 1045, 11/17/ Jimmy Roebker, Ft Mitchell, KY, 1045, 11/12/ C. J. Griffin, Portland, MI, 1015, 10/06/ Andrew J. Jung, Battle Creek, MI, 970, 05/26/ Brian Alden, Barrington, IL, 965, 02/19/ William J. Heuer, Munster, IN, 955, 09/15/ Ryan S. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 950, 11/20/ Evan M. King, Chicago, IL, 925, 03/25/ Richard Canelas, Fort Thomas, KY, 886, 01/18/ Christian W. Roehmer, Mt Pleasant, MI, 875, 04/05/ Joey Fritz, Cincinnati, OH, 850, 03/28/ Jonathan A. Schwerin, Madison, WI, 835, 09/05/ Samuel W. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 820, 04/29/ Dalton D. Albertin, Indianapolis, IN, 795, 12/14/ Austin Sansone, Greenwood, IN, 790, 05/22/ Ben Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 785, 01/04/ Devin C. McCarthy, Cincinnati, OH, 770, 11/20/ Dennis Nevolo, Gurnee, IL, 750, 12/22/ Kyle C. Dawson, St Charles, IL, 750, 08/28/ Michael Laser, Glencoe, IL, 743, 05/29/ Etham Frenkel, Long Grove, IL, 740, 05/07/ Justin M. Rossi, Novi, MI, 729, 08/31/ Nicholas Wong, Mansfield, OH, 710, 03/22/ Michael S. Jacobs, Oak Park, IL, 705, 07/27/ Connor Gilmore, Madison, WI, 703, 05/11/ Jon Schoenhals, Rochester, MI, 685, 05/23/ Brock Reiman, Morton, IL, 673, 09/28/ Nicholas Buckley, Mequon, WI, 673, 11/01/ Matthew B. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 658, 10/28/ Bryant J. Dudzik, Gowen, MI, 650, 03/15/ Andy P. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 643, 07/24/ Patrick M. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 640, 10/25/ David A. Farah, Flint, MI, 640, 06/30/ Dushy Srinivasan, Bloomfield, MI, 625, 12/24/ Troy K. Brinker, Granger, IN, 617, 08/03/ Michael Sukenik, Grand Rapids, MI, 605, 09/22/ Patrick R. Hammers, Peru, IL, 599, 11/15/ Michael D. Rardon, Zionsville, IN, 595, 07/09/ Alexander Golovin, Round Lake, IL, 570, 04/30/ Aaron Pfister, Grand Blanc, MI, 570, 04/11/ Jonathan Gaffney, Cincinnati, OH, 565, 10/16/ Kevin L. Metka, Worthington, OH, 563, 08/11/ Allen Pukshansky, Buffalo Grove, IL, 555, 07/10/ Ryan M. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 555, 11/06/ James Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, 554, 07/16/ Andrew E. Bayliss, Sheboygan, WI, 551, 04/30/ Peter L. Dunn, Winnetka, IL, 549, 09/18/ William B. Mirkin, Wilmette, IL, 544, 05/14/ Dylan L. Schrode, Solon, OH, 539, 04/06/ Michael Williamson, Algonquin, IL, 525, 05/10/ Varun Chari, Buffalo Grove, IL, 522, 09/20/ Chase Buchanan, New Albany, OH, 520, 06/04/ Robert Vincent Salcedo, Boardman, OH, 520, 02/19/ w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

39 Final 2008 USTA/Midwest Section Boys Rankings Peter Kobelt 64. Micah J. Lemoine, Urbana, IL, 515, 10/18/ Kevin Prescott, Chicago, IL, 515, 01/18/ Douglas R. Barnard, Indianapolis, IN, 515, 06/24/ Kyle Gerber, Columbus, OH, 514, 02/05/ Aaron K. Mayes, Elk Rapids, MI, 508, 03/13/ Krishna Ravella, Westmont, IL, 506, 07/21/ Scott Warden, Boardman, OH, 505, 04/22/ Scott M. Shepardson, Rockford, IL, 505, 10/22/ Josh Stiles, Chelsea, MI, 505, 02/12/ Mark Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 505, 12/10/ Tyler Cempre, Worthington, OH, 498, 05/22/ Sam Lillie, Whitefish Bay, WI, 496, 12/03/ Jamison D. Clark, Indianapolis, IN, 495, 07/24/ Michael A. Jacobson, Chicago, IL, 490, 12/01/ Evan D. Neuman, Delphos, OH, 484, 12/24/ Andrew Kahn, Zionsville, IN, 482, 05/13/ Michael A. Basha, Fort Gratiot, MI, 473, 12/25/ Daniel J. Mihalov, Bannockburn, IL, 473, 05/01/ Brantner Jones, Winnetka, IL, 470, 04/18/ Nicholas J. Tolomei, Rochester Hls, MI, 468, 01/20/ Jon Wegener, Muncie, IN, 461, 09/27/ Peter Sienko, Williamston, MI, 461, 02/07/ Alex B. Solove, Powell, OH, 458, 01/11/ Mandela Shepard, Aurora, IL, 455, 05/15/ Danny F. Vollman, Oak Park, IL, 452, 08/06/ Alexander C. Dombos, Kalamazoo, MI, 443, 11/15/ Chase R. Klaus, Peoria, IL, 441, 05/17/ Sam Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 437, 11/01/ Nathan Eddy, Ann Arbor, MI, 435, 07/19/ Luke Gensburg, Glencoe, IL, 434, 05/21/ Jonah Schwartz, Arlington Hts, IL, 430, 11/18/ Andrew Hansen, Granger, IN, 424, 07/09/ Weston C. Young, Fort Wayne, IN, 424, 02/19/ Darryl A. Hale, Detroit, MI, 420, 04/10/ Andrew Krentz, Glencoe, IL, 420, 06/11/ Alexander Hager, Wapakoneta, OH, 417, 03/06/ Arren Carter, Powell, OH, 415, 06/15/ Drew M. Grimaldi, Saginaw, MI, 411, 07/10/ Trevor Cox, Greenwood, IN, 403, 06/26/ Austin Armstrong, Bloomfield, MI, 403, 01/19/ Jooho Yu, Northbrook, IL, 403, 01/16/ Brandon W. Debot, Stevens Point, WI, 397, 04/24/ Zachary Ervin, Muncie, IN, 395, 07/09/ Alex Trzeciak, Avon Lake, OH, 393, 03/29/ Max A. Hennessy, Cincinnati, OH, 386, 06/03/ Christopher Speer, Vernon Hills, IL, 380, 07/22/ Austin L. Smith, Columbus, IN, 374, 06/07/ Tyler J. Marengo, Fort Gratiot, MI, 373, 05/30/ Jeff Brown, Toledo, OH, 372, 09/08/ Ross Vanderploeg, Holland, MI, 368, 06/12/ Marc Pretorius, Cincinnati, OH, 364, 06/30/ Andrew T. Duckworth, Lake Forest, IL, 360, 04/24/ Will Petrie, Columbus, OH, 360, 07/14/ Stephen M. Hanselman, Ann Arbor, MI, 359, 08/19/ Knute Gundersen, Milwaukee, WI, 358, 05/02/ Mitchell Stein, Fort Wayne, IN, 358, 11/20/ Alex J. Parker, Grosse Pointe Park, MI, 356, 09/18/ William Shuman, Charleston, WV, 355, 04/21/ David Carswell, Pleasant Pr, WI, 353, 07/08/ Tyler Patner, Mundelein, IL, 348, 04/17/ David W. Ruedi, Champaign, IL, 343, 09/27/ John D. Beam, Kenilworth, IL, 340, 01/16/ Drew B. Lied, Brookfield, WI, 339, 02/10/ Andrew C. Miron, Glencoe, IL, 334, 11/23/ Zane Smith, Greenwood, IN, 327, 09/29/ Joey A. Frank, Gahanna, OH, 323, 06/24/ Samuel A. Miles, Indianapolis, IN, 322, 01/21/ Paul Smetona, Shaker Heights, OH, 322, 01/04/ Scott Keaton, Jacksonville, IL, 319, 09/14/ Nicholas Volz, Evansville, IN, 316, 05/14/ Tyler Manci, Highland Park, IL, 316, 05/04/ Kory Poland, Effingham, IL, 314, 04/18/ Ethan Cohen, Ann Arbor, MI, 312, 12/05/ Tyler S. Schroeder, Mount Vernon, IN, 310, 05/28/ Kevin Bauman, Naperville, IL, 309, 09/27/ Kris Gerard Powell, Chicago, IL, 301, 03/23/ Daniel B. Ballantine, Hinsdale, IL, 301, 03/03/ Lukasz Chowaniec, Glenview, IL, 300, 06/27/ Ethan Dunbar, Medina, OH, 300, 04/12/ Reid Mutschler, Naperville, IL, 300, 11/21/ Nick A. Chappell, Indianapolis, IN, 299, 09/19/ John Buell, New Albany, OH, 299, 02/22/ Joseph H. Collins, Evanston, IL, 295, 08/18/ Philip Diaz, Columbus, OH, 294, 06/28/ Alexander G. Fleshman, Ottawa, IL, 293, 06/23/ Andrew W. Enslen, Westerville, OH, 292, 08/28/ Preston Andrew Swain, Nappanee, IN, 290, 08/10/ Elliot Michael Dewey, Warren, OH, 289, 03/06/ Kenta Shimizu, Inverness, IL, 288, 06/01/ Peter Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 288, 12/05/ Timothy A. Wasielewski, Northville, MI, 285, 10/14/ Lawrence Washington, Canton, MI, 283, 09/11/ Joshua T. Cook, Youngstown, OH, 280, 05/26/ Justin M. Spicer, Greenwood, IN, 280, 12/10/ Cole C. Grace, Rockford, IL, 279, 07/30/ Deon R. Shafer, Warsaw, IN, 278, 04/10/ Alexander J. Harbert, Saint Joseph, MI, 278, 12/06/ Tommy Marx, Shaker Heights, OH, 277, 02/02/ Tyler Johnson, West Bend, WI, 277, 04/26/ Aaron Hendrick, Grand Rapids, MI, 277, 03/15/ Joey Aubry, Toledo, OH, 273, 06/05/ Matt Sherba, Oxford, OH, 272, 11/06/ Julian Gimmler, Portage, MI, 265, 10/25/ Ashvin Reddy, Naperville, IL, 264, 06/10/ Jeffery L. Lotz, Racine, WI, 261, 08/17/ Peter M. Heidrich, Peoria, IL, 259, 03/20/ Benjamin Boesing, Floyds Knobs, IN, 256, 04/16/ Johnny W. Nelson, Big Prairie, OH, 256, 10/01/ Calvin Mang, Winnetka, IL, 256, 03/26/ Galen K. Lockwood, Kalamazoo, MI, 254, 03/07/ Adam D. Struble, Floyds Knobs, IN, 254, 11/14/ Alex J. Toliver, Indianapolis, IN, 252, 07/05/ Tyler Johnston, Wilmington, OH, 251, 08/09/ Matthew McErlean, Hudson, OH, 250, 02/15/ Dustin H. Goldenberg, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 249, 09/27/ Joshua A. Smedley, Tipp City, OH, 249, 06/04/ Vince Kim, Grand Blanc, MI, 249, 03/10/ Joel Modesitt, Terre Haute, IN, 248, 12/08/ David P. Kelley, Green Bay, WI, 248, 07/02/ Joseph Dube, Livonia, MI, 248, 03/08/ Benton A. Benalcazar, Westerville, OH, 244, 01/13/ Juan Guerra, Midland, MI, 243, 11/29/ Jason C. Chen, Rochester Hills, MI, 243, 10/28/ Kevin Kusba Rasmussen, Oconomowoc, WI, 242, 03/27/ Ethan Niquet, Waukesha, WI, 241, 02/02/ Joshua Saunders, Centerville, OH, 240, 06/30/ Jesse M. Hardacre, Racine, WI, 239, 07/25/ Kerim Berk Kaylan, Saint Joseph, MI, 238, 06/28/ Dimitri Giannakopoulos, Flint, MI, 237, 11/21/ Travis C. Mandrell, Indianapolis, IN, 236, 07/03/ Marc D. Shideler, Valparaiso, IN, 236, 05/28/ Tim Andrew Stanis, Hammond, IN, 235, 10/08/ David Hebda, Chicago, IL, 235, 12/30/ Robert B. Nieters, Columbus, IN, 234, 03/07/ Christopher L. Keck, Cincinnati, OH, 233, 05/20/ Alex A. Poe, Anderson, IN, 233, 10/28/ Adam M. Reinhart, Cincinnati, OH, 232, 01/27/ Andrew Darrell, Kalamazoo, MI, 232, 04/19/ Nick Artaev, Saint Joseph, MI, 231, 05/07/ Ramil D. Frizzell, Shaker Heights, OH, 230, 02/10/ Ryne Dushane, Holland, MI, 229, 09/20/ Nate Fockler, North Canton, OH, 229, 07/16/ Dalton Thieneman, Floyds Knobs, IN, 228, 02/26/ David Lerner, Cincinnati, OH, 228, 02/08/ Kyle J. Masteller, Holland, MI, 227, 06/25/ Ayush Kedia, Solon, OH, 226, 06/14/ Tim H. Wu, Ann Arbor, MI, 225, 11/10/ Jeffrey Globerson, Ann Arbor, MI, 225, 04/13/ Vincent J. Brennan, Grosse Pointe, MI, 225, 02/17/ Brendan W. Pontow, Orland Park, IL, 225, 01/17/ Andrew J. Kremkow, Hudsonville, MI, 224, 11/15/ Todd A. Butwin, Terre Haute, IN, 224, 03/01/ Hitoshi F. Kawashima, Wilmette, IL, 224, 02/28/ Zach A. Lowry, Indianapolis, IN, 221, 04/19/ Charlie Marks, Chagrin Falls, OH, 220, 12/18/ Steffen N. Good, Shipshewana, IN, 219, 03/15/ Austin Y. Jiang, Green Bay, WI, 218, 12/02/ Patrick Elliott, Jeffersonvlle, IN, 216, 01/31/ Bobby A. Phillips, Kalamazoo, MI, 215, 05/16/ Tanner S. Braden, Lafayette, IN, 214, 10/31/ Seth Udelson, Pepper Pike, OH, 214, 09/26/ Michael Heinekamp, Brownsburg, IN, 212, 07/27/ Kevin S. Madden, Waterford, MI, 212, 11/18/ Anthony J. Rosselli, Poland, OH, 210, 02/07/ Henry S. Armstrong, Westfield, IN, 209, 09/07/ Tyler K. Whipkey, South Charleston, WV, 208, 12/10/ Derek C. Reinbold, Carmel, IN, 206, 04/04/ Joseph Jaindl, Ann Arbor, MI, 205, 03/03/ Colton J. Buffington, Westlake, OH, 204, 05/12/ Mike J. King, Sylvania, OH, 204, 11/09/ Jonathan Groszek, Dearborn Heights, MI, 204, 11/29/ Daniel E. Desper, Kendallville, IN, 203, 08/31/ Joseph Paul Horvath, North Royalton, OH, 203, 03/05/ Daniel J. Crawford, Valparaiso, IN, 203, 06/11/ Austin C. Griffin, Powell, OH, 203, 04/29/ Tyler J. Scanlan, Indianapolis, IN, 202, 06/07/ Ishaan B. Sutaria, Solon, OH, 202, 06/20/ Sam Watkins, Huntington, WV, 202, 06/21/ Nate H. Dessert, Farmington Hills, MI, 201, 11/04/ Andrew Streeter, Beverly Hills, MI, 201, 11/10/ Michael J. Lieberman, Long Grove, IL, 201, 06/18/ Andrew C. Wene, Brecksville, OH, 200, 04/13/ Austin M. Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 200, 01/04/ John T. Delanois, Bloomington, IL, 200, 09/12/ Jarred Lyn Gable, Seville, OH, 200, 08/28/1990 Boys 18 Individual Doubles 1. Peter Kobelt, New Albany, OH, 990, 11/17/ Billy Bertha, Whitefish Bay, WI, 990, 09/26/ Patrick M. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 975, 10/25/ Gregory S. Andrews, Richland, MI, 885, 03/19/ Augie Bloom, Hinsdale, IL, 850, 05/19/ Nelson E. Vick, Grafton, WI, 750, 10/09/ Jonathan A. Schwerin, Madison, WI, 690, 09/05/ Devin C. McCarthy, Cincinnati, OH, 660, 11/20/ Jonathan Gaffney, Cincinnati, OH, 630, 10/16/ Evan M. King, Chicago, IL, 630, 03/25/ Ryan S. Bandy, Cincinnati, OH, 630, 11/20/ Denis Bogatov, Gurnee, IL, 620, 12/27/ Jimmy Roebker, Ft Mitchell, KY, 585, 11/12/ Bryant J. Dudzik, Gowen, MI, 585, 03/15/ William J. Heuer, Munster, IN, 570, 09/15/ Dennis Nevolo, Gurnee, IL, 560, 12/22/ Nicholas Buckley, Mequon, WI, 555, 11/01/ Blake A. Bazarnik, Kildeer, IL, 540, 11/14/ Connor Gilmore, Madison, WI, 510, 05/11/ Brian Alden, Barrington, IL, 495, 02/19/ Austin Sansone, Greenwood, IN, 493, 05/22/ Andrew J. Jung, Battle Creek, MI, 480, 05/26/ Scott M. Shepardson, Rockford, IL, 480, 10/22/ Wyatt Lippert, Cincinnati, OH, 470, 07/24/ Etham Frenkel, Long Grove, IL, 470, 05/07/ Andy P. Jackson, Dayton, OH, 455, 07/24/ Douglas R. Barnard, Indianapolis, IN, 455, 06/24/ David A. Farah, Flint, MI, 450, 06/30/ Zane Smith, Greenwood, IN, 450, 09/29/ Andrew Kahn, Zionsville, IN, 450, 05/13/ Peter L. Dunn, Winnetka, IL, 435, 09/18/ Patrick R. Hammers, Peru, IL, 420, 11/15/ Marc Pretorius, Cincinnati, OH, 405, 06/30/ Samuel W. Ecker, Mequon, WI, 405, 04/29/ Ryan M. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 405, 11/06/ Andrew Hansen, Granger, IN, 403, 07/09/ Justin M. Rossi, Novi, MI, 400, 08/31/ Jonah Schwartz, Arlington Hts, IL, 390, 11/18/ Weston C. Young, Fort Wayne, IN, 390, 02/19/ Ben Hoogland, Glenview, IL, 380, 01/04/ Knute Gundersen, Milwaukee, WI, 375, 05/02/ Joey Fritz, Cincinnati, OH, 345, 03/28/ Evan D. Neuman, Delphos, OH, 345, 12/24/ Aaron Pfister, Grand Blanc, MI, 340, 04/11/ Chase Buchanan, New Albany, OH, 330, 06/04/ Robert Vincent Salcedo, Boardman, OH, 330, 02/19/ Dalton D. Albertin, Indianapolis, IN, 325, 12/14/ Jonathan Schroeder, Winnetka, IL, 316, 12/13/ Dylan L. Schrode, Solon, OH, 315, 04/06/ Troy K. Brinker, Granger, IN, 313, 08/03/ Alexander Golovin, Round Lake, IL, 304, 04/30/ Michael Williamson, Algonquin, IL, 300, 05/10/ Lukasz Chowaniec, Glenview, IL, 300, 06/27/ Aaron K. Mayes, Elk Rapids, MI, 299, 03/13/ Nick A. Chappell, Indianapolis, IN, 296, 09/19/ Nicholas Wong, Mansfield, OH, 285, 03/22/ Benjamin S. Carroll, Evansville, IN, 285, 12/02/ Michael A. Basha, Fort Gratiot, MI, 275, 12/25/ Scott Warden, Boardman, OH, 270, 04/22/ Ross Vanderploeg, Holland, MI, 270, 06/12/ Michael S. Jacobs, Oak Park, IL, 270, 07/27/ Micah J. Lemoine, Urbana, IL, 270, 10/18/ Jamison D. Clark, Indianapolis, IN, 267, 07/24/ Kyle Gerber, Columbus, OH, 258, 02/05/ John D. Beam, Kenilworth, IL, 257, 01/16/ Jon Wegener, Muncie, IN, 255, 09/27/ Tyler Cempre, Worthington, OH, 255, 05/22/ Bren Vasalakis, Yorktown, IN, 255, 09/02/ Kory Poland, Effingham, IL, 253, 04/18/ Michael D. Rardon, Zionsville, IN, 242, 07/09/ Andrew Krentz, Glencoe, IL, 240, 06/11/ Richard Canelas, Fort Thomas, KY, 240, 01/18/ Lawrence Washington, Canton, MI, 240, 09/11/ Michael A. Moore, Glenview, IL, 240, 12/03/ Mihir Kumar, Carmel, IN, 238, 11/26/ Scott Keaton, Jacksonville, IL, 235, 09/14/ Kevin L. Metka, Worthington, OH, 231, 08/11/ Mark Goldberg, Beachwood, OH, 230, 12/10/ Michael Sukenik, Grand Rapids, MI, 225, 09/22/ C. J. Griffin, Portland, MI, 225, 10/06/ Alexander Hager, Wapakoneta, OH, 225, 03/06/ Josh Stiles, Chelsea, MI, 225, 02/12/ Austin C. Griffin, Powell, OH, 224, 04/29/ Brock Reiman, Morton, IL, 223, 09/28/ Devon Sbrocchi, Sylvania, OH, 210, 09/08/ Jon Schoenhals, Rochester, MI, 210, 05/23/ Zachary Ervin, Muncie, IN, 210, 07/09/ Darryl A. Hale, Detroit, MI, 210, 04/10/ Sam Pecyna, Glen Ellyn, IL, 210, 11/01/ Austin M. Woldmoe, Fortville, IN, 205, 01/04/ Daniel J. Mihalov, Bannockburn, IL, 205, 05/01/ Brandon W. Debot, Stevens Point, WI, 195, 04/24/ Tommy Marx, Shaker Heights, OH, 195, 02/02/ Harris Jadun, East Lansing, MI, 195, 10/26/ Austin Armstrong, Bloomfield, MI, 195, 01/19/ Joey A. Frank, Gahanna, OH, 194, 06/24/ Brantner Jones, Winnetka, IL, 182, 04/18/ James Van Deinse, Williamsburg, MI, 180, 07/16/ David Armbrust, Salem, IL, 180, 01/11/ Andrew T. Duckworth, Lake Forest, IL, 180, 04/24/ Matthew McErlean, Hudson, OH, 180, 02/15/ Tim H. Wu, Ann Arbor, MI, 180, 11/10/ Timothy D. Martin, Oak Park, IL, 180, 07/05/ Peter Sienko, Williamston, MI, 180, 02/07/ Jason C. Chen, Rochester Hills, MI, 180, 10/28/ Nolan Marks, Chagrin Falls, OH, 179, 11/22/ Alex J. Toliver, Indianapolis, IN, 172, 07/05/ Justin M. Spicer, Greenwood, IN, 172, 12/10/ Deon R. Shafer, Warsaw, IN, 171, 04/10/ Connor M. Andrews, Fort Wayne, IN, 171, 06/05/ Riyad Bennoui, New Albany, OH, 170, 08/21/ Benton A. Benalcazar, Westerville, OH, 169, 01/13/ Luke Gensburg, Glencoe, IL, 165, 05/21/ Tyler Manci, Highland Park, IL, 165, 05/04/ Eric C. North, Toledo, OH, 165, 12/13/ Peter Rothstein, W Bloomfield, MI, 161, 12/05/ David E. Moss, Indianapolis, IN, 160, 07/12/ Jeff George, Middlebury, IN, 160, 01/03/ Preston Andrew Swain, Nappanee, IN, 160, 08/10/ Philip Diaz, Columbus, OH, 157, 06/28/ Nicholas Volz, Evansville, IN, 155, 05/14/ John Buell, New Albany, OH, 151, 02/22/ Daniel B. Ballantine, Hinsdale, IL, 148, 03/03/ Joel Modesitt, Terre Haute, IN, 148, 12/08/ Jooho Yu, Northbrook, IL, 147, 01/16/ Anthony W. Warren, Chicago, IL, 146, 05/10/ Tyler Johnson, West Bend, WI, 145, 04/26/ Alex Groth, Delavan, WI, 145, 01/28/ Andrew E. Bayliss, Sheboygan, WI, 145, 04/30/ Taylor D. Tunis, Whiteland, IN, 143, 05/24/ Morrie D. Bossen, Chicago, IL, 141, 03/27/ Mac McAnulty, Chicago, IL, 135, 11/01/ Chase R. Klaus, Peoria, IL, 135, 05/17/ Drew B. Lied, Brookfield, WI, 135, 02/10/ Jeffrey Globerson, Ann Arbor, MI, 135, 04/13/ Nathan Eddy, Ann Arbor, MI, 135, 07/19/ Ian Tesmond, Burr Ridge, IL, 132, 02/26/ Andy T. Wall, De Pere, WI, 132, 05/15/ Michael Gillespie, De Pere, WI, 132, 12/11/ Patrick Elliott, Jeffersonvlle, IN, 132, 01/31/ Calvin Mang, Winnetka, IL, 128, 03/26/ Andrew C. Miron, Glencoe, IL, 128, 11/23/ Christopher Speer, Vernon Hills, IL, 125, 07/22/ Eric J. Linskens, Green Bay, WI, 125, 02/21/ Austin Y. Jiang, Green Bay, WI, 125, 12/02/ Tyler Johnston, Wilmington, OH, 124, 08/09/ Scott H. Schmelzer, Indianapolis, IN, 124, 12/20/ Ian Leonard, Bloomington, IN, 124, 02/11/ David P. Kelley, Green Bay, WI, 124, 07/02/ Raymond Leonard, Bloomington, IN, 124, 03/08/ Dalton Thieneman, Floyds Knobs, IN, 124, 02/26/ Spencer Steven Graves, Peoria, IL, 124, 08/23/ Austin S. Papenthien, Waunakee, WI, 124, 05/20/ Jack S. Cullen, Cross Plains, WI, 124, 09/21/ Derek Harrington, Kingsford, MI, 124, 07/25/ Will Thieman, Columbus, OH, 123, 04/27/ William B. Mirkin, Wilmette, IL, 120, 05/14/ Aaron Hendrick, Grand Rapids, MI, 119, 03/15/ Andrew Jarrett, Charleston, WV, 119, 07/06/ Omar Turk, Granger, IN, 118, 11/11/ Joey Aubry, Toledo, OH, 117, 06/05/ Ashvin Reddy, Naperville, IL, 117, 06/10/ Myles T. Harris, Columbus, OH, 117, 02/01/ Kevin Bauman, Naperville, IL, 117, 09/27/ Adam Lowell Benjamin, West Bend, WI, 116, 07/25/ Arren Carter, Powell, OH, 116, 06/15/ Paul Cooper, Burr Ridge, IL, 116, 07/01/ Josh D. Sink, Hinsdale, IL, 116, 03/26/ Travis C. Mandrell, Indianapolis, IN, 112, 07/03/ Alexander J. Harbert, Saint Joseph, MI, 111, 12/06/ Alex B. Solove, Powell, OH, 111, 01/11/ Nick Artaev, Saint Joseph, MI, 111, 05/07/ Kris Gerard Powell, Chicago, IL, 110, 03/23/ William Fisher, Terre Haute, IN, 110, 09/26/ Drew Holcomb, Terre Haute, IN, 110, 11/24/ Casey Cempre, Worthington, OH, 109, 12/10/ Chase N. Perry, Naperville, IL, 108, 08/13/ Skeeter Plowman, Naperville, IL, 108, 10/08/ Connor J. Braden, Lafayette, IN, 108, 05/19/ Scott Caughey, Peoria, IL, 108, 10/18/ Yasufumi Terada, Lisle, IL, 108, 03/14/ Stratton Gilmore, Madison, WI, 107, 04/24/ Tom L. Miller, Carmel, IN, 107, 06/17/ Kevin Prescott, Chicago, IL, 105, 01/18/ Davood Dadfar, Bowling Green, OH, 105, 03/25/ Lewis Paul Johnson, Bowling Green, OH, 105, 07/03/ Alex Carney, Bowling Green, OH, 105, 01/17/ Nate Brotzki, Bowling Green, OH, 105, 04/02/ Jay R. Cooke, Saint Albans, WV, 105, 04/19/ David Carswell, Pleasant Pr, WI, 104, 07/08/ Ethan Cohen, Ann Arbor, MI, 104, 12/05/ Byron Balkin, Verona, WI, 104, 06/29/ Colton J. Buffington, Westlake, OH, 103, 05/12/ Ryan M. Hoekstra, Effingham, IL, 102, 05/08/ Tyler Lynn Kerley, Benton, IL, 102, 03/31/ Donald Alexander Prusaczyk, Benton, IL, 102, 11/13/ Steven Gilliam, Fishers, IN, 100, 05/14/ Tanner A. Niehaus, Jasper, IN, 100, 04/12/ Charlie Hurst, Indianapolis, IN, 96, 05/08/ Joseph H. Collins, Evanston, IL, 96, 08/18/ Reed Joseph Sarosiek, Green Bay, WI, 96, 11/24/ Grant A. Veltman, Ada, MI, 96, 06/08/ Brian Seckel, Columbus, OH, 96, 03/14/ Michael A. Favila, Terre Haute, IN, 95, 10/30/ John R. Wilson, Carmel, IN, 92, 04/14/ Gordon B. Zhang, Lisle, IL, 92, 08/22/ Pete D. Wilson, Jasper, IN, 92, 05/25/ Mitchell Stein, Fort Wayne, IN, 90, 11/20/ Matthew B. Richmond, Kalamazoo, MI, 90, 10/28/ Peter M. Heidrich, Peoria, IL, 90, 03/20/ Quinn Miller, Champaign, IL, 90, 05/09/ Alexander G. Fleshman, Ottawa, IL, 90, 06/23/ Tim Kopinski, Palos Hills, IL, 90, 06/02/ Sean Carr, Columbus, OH, 90, 04/11/ Vishal S. Arora, Saint Joseph, MI, 90, 10/23/ Michael G. Sendor, Saint Joseph, MI, 90, 05/02/ Christopher Diaz, Columbus, OH, 89, 06/12/ Bryan M. Hodges, Bloomfield, MI, 89, 06/15/ Peter W. Godfrey, Ann Arbor, MI, 89, 07/15/ Lorenzo Robert Dimatteo, West Bend, WI, 89, 05/02/ David W. Ruedi, Champaign, IL, 88, 09/27/ Justin Bowman, St Charles, IL, 88, 09/23/ Patrick Kuhle, Decatur, IL, 88, 07/22/ Sandeep Kola, Decatur, IL, 88, 05/28/ Terrence McFarland Mulcahy, Whitefish Bay, WI, 84, 01/06/ Joseph Hammond, Zionsville, IN, 84, 06/30/ Patrick Mabry, Wausau, WI, 84, 04/18/ Austin Lo, Petoskey, MI, 81, 12/13/ Sean Kloock, Olmsted Falls, OH, 81, 09/08/ Jake Parker Engle, Amherst, OH, 81, 05/09/ Eliot Fowler, Bexley, OH, 81, 10/11/ Caleb Wild, Carmel, IN, 80, 03/01/ Connor W. Dunn, Carmel, IN, 80, 02/24/ Buddy Hippen, Peoria, IL, 80, 01/05/ Michael A. Moe, Carmel, IN, 80, 10/01/ Jeno Cederna, Bark River, MI, 80, 03/16/ Christopher Bertolini, Carmel, IN, 80, 04/03/ Matthew Lobeck, Kingsford, MI, 80, 06/27/ Joby Bacher, Uniontown, OH, 80, 03/14/ Philip M. Reinken, Morton, IL, 80, 09/10/ Jordan R. Mauk, Fort Wayne, IN, 80, 10/01/ Jared Z. Queener, Elkhart, IN, 80, 12/10/ Stephen J. Washuta, Newburgh, IN, 80, 09/29/ Jonathan Price, Dublin, OH, 79, 06/02/ Will Corrigan, South Bend, IN, 79, 07/27/ Derek C. Reinbold, Carmel, IN, 76, 04/04/ Michael Redlicki, Hawthorn Wds, IL, 76, 11/16/ Aaron Matthew Anderson, Kokomo, IN, 76, 09/04/ Nathanael Musser, Madison, WI, 76, 07/29/ Evan D. Curran, Wilmette, IL, 76, 07/24/ Tyler Patner, Mundelein, IL, 75, 04/17/ Travis J. Steinemann, Sandusky, OH, 75, 08/30/ Robert Spector, River Hills, WI, 75, 11/18/ Garrett Nickell, Greenwood, IN, 75, 05/15/ Alex Steinmetz, Willard, OH, 75, 06/18/ Brant Vogt, Mequon, WI, 75, 02/11/ Dushy Srinivasan, Bloomfield, MI, 75, 12/24/ David J. Disabato, Mequon, WI, 75, 12/17/ Justin M. Blacher, Mequon, WI, 75, 08/03/ Ricardo Edward Weaver, Cincinnati, OH, 75, 02/06/ Michael J. Cole, Middletown, OH, 75, 01/28/ Anthony J. Rosselli, Poland, OH, 75, 02/07/ Daniel Scott Lutocka, Mooresville, IN, 75, 07/05/ Tyler J. Scanlan, Indianapolis, IN, 75, 06/07/ Andrew W. Enslen, Westerville, OH, 74, 08/28/ Hayden Esker, Effingham, IL, 74, 01/23/ Jeff Brown, Toledo, OH, 72, 09/08/ Patrick Carpio, Naperville, IL, 72, 01/09/ Chikara Oshima, Findlay, OH, 72, 08/28/ Reid Garlock, Indianapolis, IN, 72, 06/03/ Ryan Thomsen, Madison, WI, 72, 04/02/ Joseph Shmigelsky, Middleton, WI, 72, 06/01/ Adam Berman, Ada, MI, 72, 04/25/ Connor Muth, Milwaukee, WI, 72, 04/02/ J. P. Cronin, Mequon, WI, 72, 05/04/ Will Young, Chagrin Falls, OH, 72, 02/17/ David J. Butterfield, Newburgh, IN, 72, 05/18/ Adam D. Struble, Floyds Knobs, IN, 72, 11/14/ Paolo E. Pahm, Franksville, WI, 70, 08/07/ Matthew J. Joost, Racine, WI, 70, 03/27/ Philip Kuenzi, Manitowoc, WI, 70, 06/18/ Christian W. Roehmer, Mt Pleasant, MI, 69, 04/05/ Ben Kahn, Zionsville, IN, 68, 01/20/ Andrew Keller, Indianapolis, IN, 68, 12/24/ Kyle Matthew Infanti, Bartlett, IL, 68, 04/22/ Drew Lovern, Indianapolis, IN, 64, 06/20/ Tanner S. Braden, Lafayette, IN, 64, 10/31/ Brian C. 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41 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Adult and Senior Ranking Requirements and Regulations 1. Adult and Senior ranking divisions and minimum qualifying requirements. Official USTA/Midwest Section rankings shall be made annually in each of the divisions listed below. Also listed are the minimum requirements for a player or team to qualify for consideration for a ranking. Required number of USTA Sanctioned Tournaments: Adult and Senior Singles and Doubles. Players in all divisions will be required to participate in only one USTA/Midwest Section Championship in the age division in which the player seeks to obtain a ranking. 2. Events Considered for USTA/Midwest Section Ranking. a. Adult and Senior USTA/Midwest Section rankings will be established, provided there are sufficient events for the following divisions: Men s and Women s Open, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80 singles and doubles, Father and Son doubles, Mother and Daughter doubles, Husband and Wife doubles, Mixed doubles and 35 Mixed doubles. In those cases where sufficient events were not available, rankings will be at the discretion of the Ranking Committee. b. Ranking data for all adult categories shall be obtained from all sanctioned tournaments that begin play during the ranking year (January 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009). Inputting the results from all sanctioned tournaments into a computerized ranking program will derive adult USTA/Midwest Section Rankings. Divisions that may not have sufficient play to render a fair computer ranking will be ranked manually. c. If a player defaults a scheduled match in a tournament FOR ANY REASON (including scheduled consolations or playoffs), that tournament will not count toward meeting the minimum tournament requirements for ranking consideration. d. All matches between players in the ranking populations started or completed in any USTA sanctioned tournament in the age group for which a ranking is sought are counted in the ranking procedure regardless of whether or not the tournament is counted toward the minimum tournament requirements. A default which occurs before the first serve of a match is not considered for ranking purposes. e. All match results from a USTA-sanctioned event shall be used for USTA/Midwest Section Adult and Senior Rankings. 3. How to apply for a USTA/Midwest Section ranking. a. Procedures and Deadlines for Adults and Seniors - All Adult and Senior Singles and Doubles Divisions. Players need not submit their singles and doubles records to initiate the ranking process, but it is the player s responsibility to keep track of additional tournament play. The results of USTA/Midwest Section Singles Championships will be entered into the computer-ranking program at the USTA/Midwest Section office. Player records and tentative rankings are no longer sent via mail during the month of January following the current ranking year. Each adult and senior player who participated in a USTA/Midwest Section Championship is responsible for verifying his/her player record on the Internet at A player who is unable to access their player record through the Internet may receive a copy of their player record by submitting a written request to the USTA/Midwest Section. This request must be received at the Section office by January 4, The ranked list shall be determined from among those eligible for ranking consideration. b. Submission of Ranking Data Adults and Seniors. Players submitting inaccurate, incomplete, or illegible data (omission of losses, no names for opponents, defaults reported as wins, etc.) may suffer ranking penalties (including ranking denial) at the discretion of the Ranking Committee. 4. Adult/Senior Competition Ranking Sub-committees. a. Ranking Committees shall be established to rank each of the above categories. The USTA/Midwest Section President shall determine the appropriate number of sub-committees and the categories for which they are responsible, and also appoint the chairman. The chairman shall then select the committee members, subject to the approval of the USTA/Midwest Section President. b. All ranking lists, except men s and women s open divisions, shall show the date of birth of each player as officially recorded on the USTA Membership Cards. 5. Adult and Senior player eligibility. a. Only players who are permanent residents of the USTA/Midwest Section shall be eligible for rankings. If one member of a doubles team is ineligible for ranking, the team cannot qualify for ranking. Players who change their legal residence from one section to another will only be considered for USTA/Midwest Section ranking if their legal residence is in the USTA/Midwest Section as of June 1 of the year under consideration. b. Only persons enrolled with the USTA and in good standing at the close of the ranking year shall be considered for a ranking. c. Adult 30 events, and Senior 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75 and 80 events shall be open to players who have reached or will reach the minimum age limit of the division on or before the last day of the ranking period. d. A player or team may be ranked in more than one age group provided the individual or team qualified in each age group in which the individual or team is to be ranked. e. If, in the ranking chairman s judgment, a player does not have sufficient data for a numerical ranking but does show that said player would warrant a placement in the top ten of his/her ranking age group, that player may be placed in the insufficient data category. 6. Ranking considerations Adults and Seniors. a. Players shall be ranked based upon the round they reach in the tournaments they play within the USTA/Midwest Section. Points shall be awarded based on the tournaments played and the currently published and applicable tournament base points tables. Points shall be computed from a specifically determined number of the player s best tournament results as follows: 4 tournaments - All Men s age divisions at and below 65; 3 tournaments - All Men s age divisions at and above 70; 3 tournaments All Women s (all). b. A minimum of one (1) win over another player in the ranking population is required. c. If, in the judgment of the Ranking Committee, there is not sufficient data available from which to rank any players in a division listed under Numeral 2a, the committee shall not recommend any ranking for that division. d. Deadline for withdrawal from ranking consideration is January 8, e. It is the player s responsibility to keep an accurate, complete and legible player record, and to regularly check it online for errors. 7. Procedure for ranking appeals Adults and Seniors a. Positional Appeals. An appeal of a ranking position will be considered only if the match results used in compiling the rankings are in error. If the player record accessed via the Internet at is not correct, you must submit your corrections to the USTA/Midwest Section office by January 8, Your corrections must include opponent s name, city and state, match scores, tournament name, location, and date. b. Administrative Appeals. If a player or team was omitted from the tentative rankings due to not meeting (or appearing to not meet) any of the ranking eligibility requirements (i.e., minimum tournament requirements), an appeal may be registered with the USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Review Board. The appeal must be submitted, in writing, to the USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Review Board and sent to the USTA/Midwest Section office so that it is received no later than January 19, The USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Review Board does not consider positional appeals. Decisions of the USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Review Board are final and are not subject to appeal. c. Deadline for withdrawal from ranking consideration is January 8, Should you have any questions or comments regarding these regulations, please contact the USTA/Midwest Section office at 1310 E. 96th Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, Phone: , Fax: w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 41

42 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Ranking and Standing List Requirements and Regulations 1. Ranking Divisions and Minimum Requirements. a. Official USTA/Midwest Section rankings shall be made annually in each of the divisions listed below. Also listed are the minimum requirements for a player or team to qualify for consideration for a ranking. i. Boys and Girls 18, 16, 14, 12, 10 Singles. Ranking data for all junior categories shall be obtained from all USTA sanctioned tournaments that begin play during the calendar year (January 1 through December 31). Inputting the results from all USTA sanctioned tournaments into a computerized ranking program will derive USTA/Midwest Section Junior Rankings. ii. USTA/Midwest Section Singles Ranking. Each player s singles ranking will be based on the accumulation of points for winning rounds at USTA, USTA/Midwest Section and USTA/Midwest Section District junior tournaments during the calendar year in the boys and girls 18,16,14,12,10 age divisions. Players must accumulate at least 200 ranking points during the calendar year in order to earn a USTA/Midwest Section yearend ranking. This ranking will be based on points a player earns at a player s best six (6) tournaments during the calendar year. iii. USTA/Midwest Section Doubles Rankings. Each player s doubles ranking will be individually based on the accumulation of points for winning rounds at USTA, USTA/ Midwest Section, and USTA/Midwest Section District junior tournaments during the calendar year in the boys and girls 18,16,14,12,10 age divisions. This ranking will be based on points a player earns playing with various partners in the best three (3) tournaments during the calendar year. iv. USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Points Needed to Appear on the Standing List. In order to appear on the USTA/Midwest Section Standing List, a player must accumulate at least 50 ranking points in the age division being calculated. The USTA/ Midwest Section Standing List will include the previous 12 months of data based on the Points Per Round Ranking. Points earned in higher age divisions will count towards a player s standing in one or more younger age divisions. b. Official USTA/Midwest Section QuickStart Recognition List shall be made annually in each of the divisions listed below. Also listed are the minimum requirements for a player(s) to qualify for consideration. i. Boys and Girls 8 and 10 Singles. Ranking data shall be obtained from all USTA-sanctioned QuickStart formatted junior tournaments that begin play during the calendar year (January 1 through December 31). Results shall be included from all USTA-sanctioned QuickStart formatted junior tournaments into a computerized ranking program. 2. Additional Regulations for USTA/Midwest Section Points Per Round Ranking and Standing List. a. If a player defaults a scheduled match in a tournament FOR ANY REASON (including scheduled consolations or playoffs), that tournament will not count toward meeting the minimum tournament requirements for ranking consideration. Those points will count for the current standing list only. b. All matches between players in the ranking population started or completed in any USTA sanctioned tournament in the age group for which a ranking is sought are counted in the ranking procedure, regardless of whether or not the tournament is counted toward the minimum tournament requirements. A default which occurs before the first serve of a match is not considered for ranking purposes. c. A player must win a round to receive any points for the tournament. d. Byes do not qualify as wins. e. Withdrawals and walkovers qualify as wins for the advancing player and earn Points Per Round. f. Retirements qualify as wins for the advancing player and earn Points Per Round. g. A player who advances because of a default that takes place before the commencement of the first point in the match or because the opponent is disqualified shall receive Points Per Round for advancing. h. A player who is defaulted from a tournament for code violations under the USTA/Midwest Section Point Penalty System forfeits any points accumulated during the tournament for ranking and standing purposes Players defaulted in singles only lose points accumulated for play in the singles main and feed-in championship draws. i. The final rankings for a junior age division shall include all players who have been age eligible for play in the division at any time during the calendar year and who have accumulated at least 200 points in the division. Only points earned in the division will count towards ranking in that division. j. Players may be ranked in more than one age division if they have been age eligible in more than one division during the year and have met the minimum point requirement for each age division. k. Events that are closed to Member Only specific facilities or clubs will not be used. Each District may only host two Closed district events besides the District Qualifier for the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships during the calendar year. l. Only match results taking place in the main District Qualifier for the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships will be used. m. Draws of four or more players must use a standard tournament format. n. Draws of three players will qualify to use Round Robin formats. All draws with two players will not be included in the ranking or Standing population. o. Matches played using the QuickStart format in the 8 and 10 and under age divisions will only be used for the USTA/Midwest Section QuickStart Recognition List. Matches played in Novice/Satellite tournaments are not included in the ranking procedure and these tournaments do not count toward meeting the minimum tournament requirements. p. Tournaments and match results held outside the United States and its territories do not count toward ranking. q. All matches played in the District Team Cup and Marian Wood Baird Cup will count toward a ranking in the appropriate titled age group (18,14,12). If two 16-year-old or two 10-year-old players compete against each other, those matches will also count for ranking in the appropriate age group. The events will continue to be sanctioned as 18, 14, 12 -and-under tournaments. Therefore, the tournaments will count toward meeting the minimum tournament requirement ONLY in the appropriate age group. r. Matches using approved alternative scoring formats for the USTA Competition Training Center Regional Championships and the USTA Jr. Team Tennis Sectional Championships will be considered for sectional ranking. All other matches using conventional scoring that are at least two-out-of-three sets in length and matches which use a tiebreak in lieu of a third set will be considered for sectional ranking. Either format may use tiebreaks and/ or no-ad scoring. Please note: Matches that use a tiebreak in lieu of a third set will be considered for a national ranking. (For more information, please refer to the National Junior Tournament Schedule.) Please refer to the USTA Friend at Court for additional approved Match Formats. 3. USTA/Midwest Section Event Levels. The USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Committee shall evaluate and recommend annually the appropriate levels of the events considered for the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Ranking and Standing Lists. The event levels are as follows: Level 1: USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships-(June) BG 12,14,16,18 Level 2: USTA/Midwest Section Winter Championships-(January) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Designated January Series-(January) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Indoor Championships-(February) BG 10,12,14,16,18 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Designated March Series-(March) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA/Midwest Section District Team Cup (June) BG 18,14,12 USTA/Midwest Section Marian Wood Baird Cup-(June) G18 USTA/Midwest Section Ten & Under Invitational-(July) BG 10 USTA Zone Team Championships (BG12, 14,16)-(July) USTA/Midwest Section Junior Open Championships-(July/August) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA BG18 National Team Championships, BG16 Intersectionals-(July/August) USTA/Midwest Section Junior Fall Closed Championships-(October/November) BG 10,12,14,16,18 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Indoor Open Championships-(October/November) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA National Championships (Spring, Clay Court, Hard Court, Winter)-(Various Dates) BG 12,14,16,18 Level 3: USTA National Open Championships (February, May, July and November) BG 12,14,16,18 K-Swiss-(February) G14,16,18 Columbus Indoor-(Various Dates) BG12,14,16,18 The Cincinnati Open-(October) BG14 Midwest Level 3 Championships-(February) BG12,14,16,18 Level 4: Western Michigan Indoor-(February) BG 12,14,16,18 Wisconsin Jr. Indoor-(February) BG 12,14,16,18 Competition Training Center Sectional Championships-(April) BG 14 Competition Training Center Regional Championships-(May) BG 14 Court One Memorial-(May) BG 12,14,16,18 Lincolnshire Spring Open-(May) BG 12 District Qualifiers-(Various Dates) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Ann Arbor Junior Open-(August) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Aurora Invitational-(October) B 14,16,18 Contardi Girls Open-(December) G 14,16,18 Level 5: Five Seasons Championships-(January) BG12,14,16,18 Tommy Fontova Memorial Tournament-(February) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Glenview Spring into Summer-(May) BG14 Score Spring Open-(May) B10,12, G10,12,14,16,18 Pie Seifert Memorial Open-(May) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Dr. Joe Morris Memorial Classic-(June) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Tennisfax Classic-(June) 12,14,16,18 88th Central Illinois Junior Open-(July) BG16 North Country Jr. Classic-(July) BG10,12,14,16,18 Indiana State Open Benefiting Riley Hospital for Children-(July) Laurel Hill Junior Open-(July) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Western & Southern Financial Group Master Jr. Championships-(August) BG 10,12,14,16,18 Wisconsin District Junior Open-(July) BG 12,14,16,18 USTA Jr. Team Tennis Sectional Championships-Advanced Divisions-(August) BG 10,12,14,18 Junior Dog Days-(August) BG12,14,16,18 Labor Day Classic-(September) BG10,12,14,16,18 Towpath Annual Thanksgiving Jr. Singles-(November) BG10,12,14,16,18 John F. Hennessey Open-(December) BG 12,14,16,18 All other USTA National Scheduled Events BG 12,14,16,18 Level 6: USTA Jr. Team Tennis Sectional Championships-Intermediate Divisions-(August) BG 10,12,14,18 All other sanctioned tournaments in the USTA/Midwest Section Level 7: All USTA/Midwest Section-Sanctioned QuickStart Formatted Tournaments-BG8 and BG10 42 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

43 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Junior Ranking and Standing List Requirements and Regulations 4. USTA/Midwest Section Points Per Round Point Tables. Main Draw with a Feed-in Championship through Quarterfinals Points Per Round: Player Results 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Champion nd Place rd Place th Place/SF FIC Champion FIC Finalist FIC SF FIC QF FIC QF Qual.(Consol) FIC R FIC R16 Qual. (Consol) FIC R FIC R32 Qual. (Consol) FIC R FIC R64 Qual. (Consol) FIC 128 n/a FIC 128 Qual. (Consol) n/a n/a Players who lose their first Main Draw match are fed into the following round of a Feed-In Championship: 16 Draw Size: FIC QF Qualifying; 32 Draw Size: FIC R16 Qualifying; 64 Draw Size: FIC R32 Qualifying; 128 Draw Size: FIC R64 Qualifying; 256 Draw Size: FIC R128 Qualifying 2 If there is no playoff for 3rd and 4th place, the semifinalists will receive points in this row. Main Draw with a Feed-in Championship through Semifinals Points Per Round: Player Results 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Champion nd Place rd Place th Place/SF FIC Champion FIC Finalist FIC SF FIC QF FIC QF Qual. (Consol) FIC R FIC R16 Qual. (Consol) FIC R FIC R32 Qual. (Consol) FIC R FIC R64 Qual. (Consol) FIC 128 n/a FIC 128 Qual. (Consol) n/a n/a Players who lose their first Main Draw match are fed into the following round of a Feed-In Championship: 16 Draw Size: FIC QF Qualifying; 32 Draw Size: FIC R16 Qualifying; 64 Draw Size: FIC R32 Qualifying; 128 Draw Size: FIC R64 Qualifying; 256 Draw Size: FIC R128 Qualifying. 2 If there is no playoff for 3rd and 4th place, the semifinalists will receive points in this row. Team Tournaments: Player Position on Team Level 2: Max. 270 Points Level 3: Max. 180 Points Level 4: Max. 120 Points Level 5: Max. 90 Points Level 6: Max.60 Points Position #1 Points earned per win Position #2 Points earned per win Position #3 Points earned per win Position #4 Points earned per win Position #5 Points earned per win Position #6 Points earned per win Round Robin Tournaments: (3 player event) Points Earned for each match won 15 Level 7: QuickStart Recognition List Points Earned for each Tournament Played 1 Main Draw with Modified Consolation Tournament Points Per Round, Including First Match Losers Consolation, First Round Losers Consolation, Modified FIC and Compass Draw 1 : Player Results 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Champion nd Place rd Place th Place/SF Quarterfinalist Reached R Reached R Reached R Reached R Reached R Points Earned for Each Consolation Round Won In Compass Draw events, the East Draw earns main draw Points Per Round; all other directions and Gold Draw earn consolation Points Per Round. 2 If there is no playoff for 3rd and 4th place, the semifinalists will receive points in this row. 5. How to Apply for a USTA/Midwest Section Ranking. a. Boys and Girls 18, 16, 14, 12, 10 Singles and Doubles. Player records and tentative rankings are no longer sent via mail during the month of January following the current ranking year. All junior players are responsible for verifying his/her player record on the Internet at A player who is unable to access their player record through the Internet may receive a copy of their player record by submitting a written request to the USTA/Midwest Section. This request must be received at the Section office by January 4, b. Submission of Ranking Data - Juniors. Players submitting inaccurate, incomplete, or illegible data (omission of losses, no names for opponents, defaults reported as wins, etc.) may suffer ranking penalties (including ranking denial) at the discretion of the Ranking Sub-Committee. 6. Junior Competition Ranking Sub-committees. a. USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Ranking Sub-committees shall be established to rank, evaluate and make appropriate administrative changes to the Event Levels and Point Tables for each of the above categories. The USTA/Midwest Section President shall determine the appropriate number of sub-committees and the categories for which they are responsible, and also appoint the chairman. The chairman shall then select the committee members, subject to the approval of the USTA/Midwest Section President. 7. Player Eligibility. a. Only players who are permanent residents of the USTA/Midwest Section shall be eligible for rankings. If one member of a doubles team is ineligible for ranking, the team cannot qualify for ranking. Players who change their legal residence from one section to another will only be considered for USTA/Midwest Section ranking if their legal residence is in the USTA/Midwest Section as of June 1 of the year under consideration. b. Only persons enrolled with the USTA and in good standing at the close of the ranking year shall be considered for a ranking. c. All 18, 16, 14, 12, 10 events shall be open to players as set forth below in the USTA Age Division Eligibility for 2009: Age Division Born End of Eligibility Last day of month preceding month of 19 th birthday and later Eligible all year Last day of month preceding month of 17 th birthday and later Eligible all year Last day of month preceding month of 15 th birthday and later Eligible all year Last day of month preceding month of 13 th birthday and later Eligible all year d. A player or team may be ranked in more than one age group provided the individual or team qualified in each age group in which the individual or team is to be ranked. e. If, in the ranking chairman s judgment, a player does not have sufficient data for a numerical ranking but does show that said player would warrant a placement in the top ten of his/ her ranking age group, that player may be placed in the insufficient data category. f. The USTA/Midwest Section Ranking Sub-committee will rank all players who are eligible and have met the USTA/Midwest Section ranking requirements for that age division. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 43

44 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Endorsement Procedure Grid Age Divisions USTA Event Selection Process Entry Process BG12,14,16,18 USTA National Spring Championships (BG18-March 15-21,2009) (BG12-April 12-18, 2009) (BG14,16-April 12-19, 2009) All players that appear on USTA/Midwest Section Standing list as of February 15, 2009, will be endorsed to the event. TennisLink BG12,14,16,18 USTA National Clay Court Championships (July 19-26, 2009) All players that appear on the USTA/Midwest Section Standing List as of June 1, 2009, will be endorsed to the event. The winners of each of the three Designated tournaments taking place in the preceding January, February and March shall be automatically included in the sectional quota. TennisLink BG12,14,16 USTA Zone Team Championships (BG12, 14, 16-July 29-August 2, 2009) To be considered for endorsement, each player must apply through the TennisLink Registration system on the USTA/Midwest Section website. Selection will be based on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List as of the USTA/Midwest Section entry deadlines in the age division being endorsed. The USTA/Midwest Section entry deadlines to be considered for endorsement are the following: Boys & Girls 12, 14, 16 and under: June 15, TennisLink usta.com BG16 USTA Intersectional Team Championships Date: July 12-16, 2009 Site: Shreveport, LA The USTA/Midwest Section Team will be selected on May 15, The following criteria will be used: The highest eligible Midwest boy and girl listed on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List shall be invited to participate on the team. The remaining players shall be invited to participate on the team based on their USTA National Standing list position. If those players decline to play, the coach will continue down the USTA National Standing list until a team is filled. USTA/Midwest Section Coach will contact players. B18 USTA B18 National Team Championships Date: August 1-4, 2009 Sites: Urbana, IL The USTA/Midwest Section Team will be selected after the conclusion of the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Outdoor Championships. The following criteria will be used: The highest eligible Midwest boy listed on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List shall be invited to participate on the team. The winner of the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Outdoor Championships shall be invited to participate. The remaining players shall be invited to participate on the team based on their USTA National Standing list position. If those players decline to play, the coach will continue down the USTA National Standing list until a team is filled. USTA/Midwest Section Coach will contact players. G18 USTA G18 National Team Championships Date: August 4-7, 2009 Sites: Danville, CA The USTA/Midwest Section Team will be selected after the conclusion of the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Outdoor Championships. The following criteria will be used: The highest eligible Midwest girl listed on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List shall be invited to participate on the team. The winner of the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Outdoor Championships shall be invited to participate. The remaining players shall be invited to participate on the team based on their USTA National Standing list position. If those players decline to play, the coach will continue down the USTA National Standing list until a team is filled. USTA/Midwest Section Coach will contact players. BG12,14,16,18 USTA National Championships (B16,18- August 7-16, 2009) (BG12- August 8-14, 2009) (B14- August 9-16, 2009) (G14-August 8-15, 2009 (G16,18- August 9-16, 2009) All players that appear on the USTA/Midwest Section Standing list which will be generated after the completion of the USTA/Midwest Section Closed Junior Outdoor Championships will be endorsed to the event. The winners of each of the three Designated tournaments taking place in the preceding January, February and March shall be automatically included in the Sectional quota. In addition, the top six finishers at the USTA/Midwest Section Closed Junior Outdoor Championships (main draw semifinalists and FIC finalists) shall automatically be included in the Sectional quota. Any remaining spots in the Sectional quota and all alternate spots shall be filled in the order of the endorsement list, which will be generated after the completion of the USTA/Midwest Section Closed Junior Outdoor Championships. TennisLink BG12,14,16,18 USTA National Winter Championships (December 27-31, 2009) All players that appear on the USTA/Midwest Section Standing List as of November 15, 2009, will be endorsed to the event. The winners of the Midwest Junior Indoor Open Championships (if from the USTA/ Midwest Section) and the Midwest Fall Closed Championships shall be automatically included in the sectional quota. TennisLink 44 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

45 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Tournament Regulations For a printable version of the 2009 Friend at Court, please visit the USTA/Midwest Section at and select the Junior Tennis or Adult/Senior Tennis navigation. Please note the following regulations are specific to the USTA/ Midwest Section. The 2009 Friend at Court contains the complete listing of USTA Regulations for tournaments. CONDUCTING THE TOURNAMENT Referee Responsibilities After Draw Has Been Made 1. Generally supervises all aspects of play. The Referee (or in the Referee s absence the Deputy Referee) shall be present during play. The Referee exercises general supervision over all aspects of play, including, but not limited to, the conduct and actions of players, coaches, parents, spectators, officials, ballpersons, groundskeepers, and the administrative crew. The Referee shall use judgment in all situations not specifically covered by the ITF Rules of Tennis or USTA Regulations. 2. Schedules matches. The Referee is responsible for scheduling matches and assigning courts (including moving a match in progress to another court at any time). Normally a player s singles match will precede the player s doubles match, but this is not mandatory. A player s request for information as to the scheduled time of the player s first match shall be honored. See USTA Regulation II.D.6. The Referee shall not schedule any division to play on more than one surface type, except that the Referee may do so when necessary to complete the tournament on time. a. In junior tournaments when evening matches are planned, the younger age groups should be scheduled before the older age groups. b. Players may not be required to play more than two singles matches per day in any event in all USTA/Midwest Section sanctioned junior tournaments, except when a tiebreaker is used in lieu of a third set, in which case a player would be allowed to play three (3) singles matches in one day. c. Players may participate in more than one age group in the event in the same tournament, if permitted by the tournament committee. If due to rain or other unforeseen circumstances, dual participation results in the delay of the tournament, in the opinion of the Referee, the player may be defaulted from one of the events. d. A player may: Not be required to start the day s matches before 8:00 a.m.; Not be placed on the court after 9:00 p.m. in 12 s and 14 s; 10:00 p.m. in 16 and 18 age group events. Additionally, any junior or senior player involved in a match commencing at 8:00 p.m. or later must be allowed a minimum of 12 hours between the beginning of that evening s match and the beginning of the first match scheduled for the following day. (This does not apply to a player who enters more than one singles age division.) See USTA Regulation II.D. For additional information on scheduling matches, refer to the 2009 Friend at Court. PLAYER RESPONSIBLITIES AND CONDUCT Point Penalty System 1. USTA/Midwest Section Suspension Point System See 2009 Friend at Court for USTA Suspension Point System. a. Application. The Suspension Point System shall apply to all singles and doubles matches (main draw, consolation, and qualifying) in a District Qualifier for the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships, USTA/Midwest Section Championships, Designated tournaments, USTA/Midwest Section Level 4 and 5 events for the USTA National Rankings, and USTA National Junior Scheduled events. Suspension points will not be assessed against a player for the action of that player s doubles partner. b. Suspension Points. Suspension Points will be assessed against a player for the following: Violation Midwest Suspension Points i. Point Penalty System. For each violation under the Point Penalty System (USTA Regulation IV.D.) (excluding Time Violations for delay between points, after warm-up, after 90-second changeover, after a Set Break), two points shall be assessed for the following: Point...2 Game...2 Default...2 ii. In addition to the suspension points assessed under USTA Regulation III.A.12.b., suspension points shall be assessed for the following: Default for a flagrantly unsportsmanlike act on or off the court...8 Default for refusal to play or continue to play for any reason other than illness, injury, or personal emergency...5 Default because of an adult decision...5 Default for no-show...5 Default due to later arrival for a match...1 Disqualification for ineligibility...3 iii. Withdrawals. Entering two or more tournaments, matches or exhibitions scheduled to take place at the same time, in whole or in part, unless each Tournament Committee involved approves the multiple entries in writing...5 Withdrawal from a tournament (singles or doubles) after entries have closed for any reason other than injury, illness or personal emergency...4 iv. Unsportsmanlike conduct. Unsportsmanlike or inappropriate conduct off court at locations such as the tournament site, hotel or housing...5 Not using best efforts to win...2 v. Gross misconduct. Physical act of violence against another person on or off the court by a player, parent, relative, coach or other person associated with a player...10 Illegal use of drugs or possession of illegal drugs...8 Possession or consumption of alcohol beverages...8 Gambling activity (as defined in USTA Regulation IV.C.20)...8 Destruction of property...8 vi. Playing while under suspension. Competing in any sanctioned tournament while under suspension by the USTA or one of its Sectional Associations...10 vii. Suspension points received at international tournaments. Each suspension point assessed a player by the International Tennis Federation at tournaments not on the National Junior Schedule...1 c. Persons authorized to file suspension point reports with the Referee. The following persons are authorized to file suspension point reports with the referee for offenses they personally witness: Tournament Committee members; Chief Umpire; Deputy Referees; On-court officials (including Roving Officials); Court Monitors, is specifically authorized by the Referee; Club or facility managers; Hotel or dormitory managers Families housing players; and Player development staff. w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com 45

46 2009 USTA/Midwest Section Tournament Regulations d. Notification of points levied. Tournament committees of a District Qualifier for the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Closed Outdoor Championships, USTA/Midwest Section Championships, Designated tournaments, USTA/Midwest Section Level 4 and 5 events for the USTA National Rankings, and USTA National Junior Scheduled events shall promptly notify the USTA/Midwest Section office of any points levied against any player. It shall be the responsibility of the player to be aware of the number of points the player has accumulated. The player may submit any additional information to the USTA/Midwest Section office for consideration. A player may only appeal a point which is an issue of law. e. Player shall be suspended if he receives 10 points within a 12 month period. Any player who receives 10 or more suspension points during a 12 month period shall be suspended for 12 consecutive weeks from competing in any USTA sanctioned events. As a consequence of the suspension: i. During the effective dates of the suspension period a player shall not be endorsed, and any prior endorsement shall be withdrawn to any or all USTA National Championships that require USTA/ Midwest Section endorsement and occur during the suspension period. ii. If no USTA National Championship requiring USTA/Midwest Section endorsement is held during the effective dates of a player s suspension period, then that player shall not be eligible for endorsement to the next USTA National Championship that is held following the expiration of the suspension period. At the conclusion of the suspension period 10 Suspension Points shall be removed from the player s suspension point record. f. Notification of suspension. When a player has accumulated 10 or more suspension points, the player will be notified of the suspension via an overnight delivery service that documents receipt of the letter by the addressee. All District Associations in the USTA/Midwest Section will also be notified in writing when the suspension becomes effective. g. Right to appeal suspension to USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee. The player shall have the right to a hearing before the USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee if the player requests a hearing within ten days of receipt of the notice of suspension. Such a request for a hearing must be in writing and received at the USTA/ Midwest Section office within ten days of the receipt of the notice of suspension. h. Effective date of suspension: i. If a hearing before the USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee is not requested, the suspension will begin on the day following the ten day period during which the player may appeal. ii. If a hearing before the USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee is requested and if the committee affirms the suspension, then the suspension will begin one day after the date of the order of the USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee affirming the suspension. iii. If any appeal from a decision of the USTA/Midwest Section Grievance Committee is made to the USTA/Midwest Section Board of Directors and if they affirm the suspension, then the suspension will begin on the date of the order of the USTA/ Midwest Section Board of Directors affirming the suspension. i. No Suspension Points assessed for withdrawals due to illness, injury, or personal emergency. No Suspension Points shall be levied for a default or withdrawal that is due to illness, injury or personal emergency. j. The USTA/Midwest Section Board of Directors shall adopt such rules as may be appropriate for the implementation of the Point Penalty Suspension System. 3. USTA/Midwest Section Recognition of a Suspension From Another Section. The USTA/Midwest Section shall recognize a suspension of a player from another section provided that the affected player has exhausted all appeals in connection with the suspension. POST-TOURNAMENT REGULATIONS Grievances Any official, volunteer, player, or person associated with a player (including, but not limited to, a parent or coach) who observes a violation of USTA Regulations, Tournament Regulations for the USTA/Midwest Section, standards of conduct, fair play, or good sportsmanship in any tournament sanctioned by the USTA/ Midwest Section may file a written grievance with the Chairman of the Grievance (or comparable) Committee of the USTA/Midwest Section. COMPLAINTS MUST BE MADE ON THE OFFICIAL USTA/MIDWEST SECTION GRIEVANCE FORM. THE FORM, AS WELL AS A COPY OF THE USTA/ MIDWEST SECTION GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE, MAY BE OBTAINED FROM: USTA/MIDWEST SECTION GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE 1310 EAST 96TH STREET, SUITE 100, INDIANAPOLIS, IN TELEPHONE: WEBSITE: If the grievance involves conduct which occurred in any of the following, the grievance is to be filed with the Chairman of the USTA Grievance Committee, c/o USTA Executive Director, 70 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, NY 10604: Junior tournaments published on the National Junior Tournament Schedule; Adult and Senior tournaments on the USTA National Championships Schedule; USTA Senior National Intersectional Team Championships; USTA Wheelchair National Championships, or International competitions in which USTA players participate. (See USTA Bylaw 43 for procedures and time frames for the filing of grievances and appeals.) Suspensions by Sectional Associations A Sectional Association that imposes a suspension from participation in tournaments as the result of a grievance arising out of a sectional matter or as a result of a suspension imposed under its suspension point system shall report the suspension to the USTA national office within seven days of the suspension becoming final under the Sectional Association s procedures. If the suspension involves Adult, Senior, or Wheelchair tournaments, the Sectional Association shall forward a copy of the notice of suspension to the USTA National Competitive Play Department. If the suspension involves Junior tournaments, the Sectional Association shall forward a copy of the notice of suspension to the USTA Junior and Collegiate Competition Department. The failure to forward the notice of suspension within seven days after the suspension becomes final shall not invalidate the suspension. Advertisers Index Ace Authentic... Inside Back Cover Five Seasons Sports Club...Back Cover K-12...Inside Front Cover RR Donnelley Sheraton USTA/Midwest Section Recognition of Suspended Players. The USTA/ Midwest Section shall maintain a record of suspended players. The sharing of information regarding player suspensions includes, but it is not limited to, tournament directors, tournament referees, tournament committees, districts, sections, and the USTA. 46 w w w. m i d w e s t.usta.com

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