NCAA Men's Tennis Championship

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The NCAA Men's Tennis Championships are separate tournaments held to crown team, individual, and doubles champion in American college tennis. The first intercollegiate championship was held in 1883, 23 years before the founding of the NCAA, with Harvard's Joseph Clark taking the singles title. The same year Clark partnered to Howard Taylor to win the doubles title.

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Since 1963, the NCAA organizes separate tournaments for Division I and II. A tournament for Division III was added in 1973. However, after 1995, the NCAA no longer holds a Division II tournament.

From 1946–1976, players' individual performances were awarded points which were tallied to determine the NCAA "team" champion. In 1977, the NCAA began a dual-match single-elimination team tournament with 16 schools to determine the team championship. Subsequently expanded to include byes for 12 teams in the first round, the team tournament adopted its current 64-team single-elimination format in 1999.

For the 2016 season, in the Men's singles Championship, No. 6 Mackenzie McDonald (UCLA) def. No. 1 Mikael Torpegaard (Ohio State), 6-3, 6-3. In the Men's doubles Championship, Mackenzie McDonald Martin Redlicki (UCLA) def. Arthur Rinderkech-Jackson Withrow (Texas A&M), 6-4, 6-1.

Team champions

Division IDivision IIDivision III
YearSchoolCoachYearSchoolCoachYearSchoolCoach
1946 Southern California William Moylenot contestednot contested
1947 William & Mary Sharvey G. Umbeck
1948William & Mary (2)Sharvey G. Umbeck
1949 San Francisco Norman Brooks
1950 UCLA J.D. Morgan
1951Southern California (2)Louis Wheeler
1952UCLA (2)J. D. Morgan
1953UCLA (3)J. D. Morgan
1954UCLA (4)J. D. Morgan
1955Southern California (3) George Toley
1956UCLA (5)J. D. Morgan
1957 Michigan William Murphy
1958Southern California (4)George Toley
1959 Tulane Thomas Fallon
Emmet Pare
1960UCLA (6)J. D. Morgan
1961UCLA (7)J. D. Morgan
1962Southern California (5)George Toley
1963Southern California (6)George Toley1963 Cal St. L.A. Scotty Deeds
1964Southern California (7)George Toley1964Cal St. L.A.John Eckendorf
Southern Ill. Carl Sexton
1965UCLA (8)J. D. Morgan1965Cal St. L.A.Scotty Deeds
1966Southern California (8)George Toley1966 Rollins Norm Copeland
1967Southern California (9)George Toley1967 Long Beach St. Dan Campbell
1968Southern California (10)George Toley1968 Fresno St. Richard Murray
1969Southern California (11)George Toley1969 Cal St. Northridge Dave Sterle
1970UCLA (9)Glenn Bassett1970 UC Irvine Myron McNamara
1971UCLA (10)Glenn Bassett1971UC IrvineMyron McNamara
1972 Trinity Clarence Mabry1972UC IrvineMyron McNamara
RollinsNorm Copeland
1973 Stanford Dick Gould 1973UC IrvineMyron McNamara
1974Stanford (2)Dick Gould1974 San Diego Hans Wichary
1975UCLA (11)Glenn Bassett1975UC IrvineMyron McNamara
San DiegoHans Wichary
1976Southern California (12)George Toley1976 Hampton Robert Screen1976 Kalamazoo George Acker
UCLA (12)Glenn Bassett
1977Stanford (3)Dick Gould1977UC IrvineMyron McNamara1977 Swarthmore Wm. C.B. Cullen
1978Stanford (4)Dick Gould1978 SIU Edwardsville Kent DeMars1978Kalamazoo (2)George Acker
1979UCLA (13)Glenn Bassett1979SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1979 Redlands Jim Verdieck
1980Stanford (5)Dick Gould1980SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1980 Gustavus Adolphus Steve Wilkinson
1981Stanford (6)Dick Gould1981SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1981 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Hank Krieger
Swarthmore (2)Michael Mullan
1982UCLA (14)Glenn Bassett1982SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1982Gustavus Adolphus (2)Steve Wilkinson
1983Stanford (7)Dick Gould1983SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1983Redlands (2)Jim Verdieck
1984UCLA (15)Glenn Bassett1984SIU EdwardsvilleKent DeMars1984Redlands (3)Jim Verdieck
1985 Georgia Dan Magill 1985 Chapman Mike Edles1985Swarthmore (3)Michael Mullan
1986Stanford (8)Dick Gould1986 Cal Poly Hugh Bream1986Kalamazoo (3)George Acker
1987Georgia (2) Dan Magill 1987ChapmanMike Edles1987Kalamazoo (4)George Acker
1988Stanford (9)Dick Gould1988ChapmanMike Edles1988 Wash. & Lee Gary Franke
1989Stanford (10)Dick Gould1989HamptonRobert Screen1989 UC Santa Cruz Bob Hansen
1990Stanford (11)Dick Gould1990Cal PolyKevin Platt1990Swarthmore (4)Michael Mullan
1991Southern California (13)Dick Leach1991RollinsNorm Copeland1991Kalamazoo (5)George Acker
1992Stanford (12)Dick Gould1992 UC Davis John Nelson1992Kalamazoo (6)George Acker
1993Southern California (14)Dick Leach1993 Lander Joe Cabri1993Kalamazoo (7)George Acker
1994Southern California (15)Dick Leach1994LanderJoe Cabri1994 Washington (Maryland) Tim Gray
1995Stanford (13)Dick Gould1995LanderJoe Cabri1995UC Santa Cruz (2)Bob Hansen
1996Stanford (14)Dick Gould1996LanderJoe Cabri1996UC Santa Cruz (3)Bob Hansen
1997Stanford (15)Dick Gould1997LanderJoe Cabri1997Washington (Maryland) (2)Matt Rose
1998Stanford (16)Dick Gould1998LanderJoe Cabri1998UC Santa Cruz (4)Bob Hansen
1999Georgia (3) Manuel Diaz 1999LanderJoe Cabri1999 Williams Dave Johnson
2000Stanford (17)Dick Gould2000LanderJoe Cabri2000 Trinity (Tex.) Butch Newman
2001Georgia (4)Manuel Diaz2001RollinsJim Poling2001Williams (2)Dave Johnson
2002Southern California (16)Dick Leach2002 BYU-Hawaii David Porter2002Williams (3)Dave Johnson
2003 Illinois Craig Tiley 2003BYU-HawaiiDavid Porter2003 Emory John Browning
2004 Baylor Matt Knoll2004 West Florida Derrick Racine2004 Middlebury David Schwarz
2005UCLA (16)Billy Martin2005West Florida (2)Derrick Racine2005UC Santa Cruz (5)Bob Hansen
2006 Pepperdine Adam Steinberg2006 Valdosta State John Hansen2006Emory (2)
2007Georgia (5)Manuel Diaz2007 Lynn 2007UC Santa Cruz (6)Bob Hansen
2008Georgia (6)Manuel Diaz2008 Armstrong Atlantic Simon Earnshaw2008 Washington-St. Louis Roger Follmer
2009Southern California (17)Peter Smith2009Armstrong AtlanticSimon Earnshaw2009UC Santa Cruz (7)Bob Hansen
2010Southern California (18)Peter Smith2010Barry University2010 Middlebury (2)David Schwarz
2011 Southern California (19)Peter Smith2011Valdosta StateJohn Hansen2011 Amherst Chris Garner
2012 Southern California (20)Peter Smith2012Armstrong AtlanticSimon Earnshaw2012 Emory John Browning
2013 Virginia Brian Boland 20132013Williams (4)Dan Greenberg
2014 Southern California (21)Peter Smith2014West Florida (3)Derrick Racine2014Amherst (2)Chris Garner
2015 Virginia (2) Brian Boland 20152015Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (2)Paul Settles
2016 Virginia (3) Brian Boland 20162016

Team titles

TeamNumberYears won
Southern California 211946, 1951, 1955, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1976, 1991, 1993, 1994, 2002, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
Stanford 171973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000
UCLA 161950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1982, 1984, 2005
Georgia 61985, 1987, 1999, 2001, 2007, 2008
Virginia 42013, 2015, 2016, 2017
William & Mary 21947, 1948
San Francisco 11949
Michigan 11957
Notre Dame 11959
Tulane 11959
Trinity 11972
Illinois 12003
Baylor 12004
Pepperdine 12006
Texas 12018
Wake Forest 12019

Individual champions

The NCAA was founded in 1906. The first tennis championship sponsored by the NCAA was in 1946. [1]
Individual championships were not held in 1917–18.

Singles

Division IDivision IIDivision III
YearPlayerSchoolYearPlayerSchoolYearPlayerSchool
1883 Joseph Clark (spring) Harvard not contestednot contested
Howard Taylor (fall)Harvard
1884 Percy Knapp Yale
1885Percy KnappYale
1886 Godfrey Brinley Trinity (Conn.)
1887 Philip Sears Harvard
1888 Philip Sears Harvard
1889 Robert P. Huntington Yale
1890 Fred Hovey Harvard
1891 Fred Hovey Harvard
1892 William Larned Cornell
1893 Malcolm Chace Brown
1894 Malcolm Chace Yale
1895 Malcolm Chace Yale
1896 Malcolm Whitman Harvard
1897 S.G. Thompson Princeton
1898 Leo Ware Harvard
1899 Dwight Davis Harvard
1900 Raymond Little Princeton
1901 Fred Alexander Princeton
1902 William Clothier Harvard
1903 Edward Dewhurst Penn
1904 Robert LeRoy Columbia
1905 Edward Dewhurst Penn
1906 Robert LeRoy Columbia
1907 G. Peabody Gardner Harvard
1908 Nathaniel Niles Harvard
1909 Wallace Johnson Penn
1910 R.A. Holden Yale
1911 Edward Whitney Harvard
1912 George Church Princeton
1913 Richard Williams Harvard
1914 George Church Princeton
1915 Richard Williams Harvard
1916 G. Colket Caner Harvard
1919 Chuck Garland Yale
1920 Lascelles Banks Yale
1921 Philip Neer Stanford
1922 Lucien Williams Yale
1923 Carl Fischer Phila. Osteo.
1924 Wallace Scott Washington
1925 Edward Chandler California
1926Edward ChandlerCalifornia
1927 Wilmer Allison Texas
1928 Julius Seligson Lehigh
1929 Berkeley Bell Texas
1930 Clifford Sutter Tulane
1931 Keith Gledhill Stanford
1932 Clifford Sutter Tulane
1933 Jack Tidball UCLA
1934 Gene Mako Southern California
1935 Wilbur Hess Rice
1936 Ernest Sutter Tulane
1937 Ernest Sutter Tulane
1938 Frank Guernsey Rice
1939 Frank Guernsey Rice
1940 Donald McNeill Kenyon
1941 Joseph Hunt Navy
1942 Ted Schroeder Stanford
1943 Francisco Segura Miami (Florida)
1944 Francisco Segura Miami (Florida)
1945 Francisco Segura Miami (Florida)
1946 † Bob Falkenburg Southern California
1947 Gardner Larned William & Mary
1948 Harry Likas San Francisco
1949 Jack Tuero Tulane
1950 Herbert Flam UCLA
1951 Tony Trabert Cincinnati
1952 Hugh Stewart Southern California
1953 Ham Richardson Tulane
1954 Ham Richardson Tulane
1955 Jose Aguero Tulane
1956 Alex Olmedo Southern California
1957 Barry MacKay Michigan
1958 Alex Olmedo Southern California
1959 Whitney Reed San Jose St.
1960 Larry Nagler UCLA
1961 Allen Fox UCLA
1962 Rafael Osuna Southern California
1963 Dennis Ralston Southern California1963Gil Rodriguez Cal St. L.A.
1964 Dennis Ralston Southern California1964Gary JohnsonCal St. L.A.
1965 Arthur Ashe UCLA1965Gary JohnsonCal St. L.A.
1966 Charlie Pasarell UCLA1966George Dickinson Chattanooga
1967 Bob Lutz Southern California1967 Sherwood Stewart Lamar
1968 Stan Smith Southern California1968Bob DelgadoCal St. L.A.
1969 Joaquin Loyo-Mayo Southern California1969Steve Messmer Cal St. Northridge
1970 Jeff Borowiak UCLA1970Earl O'Neill UC Irvine
1971 Jimmy Connors UCLA1971Bob ChappellUC Irvine
1972 Dick Stockton Trinity (Tex.) 1972 Charles Owens Samford
1973 Alex Mayer Stanford1973Bob ChappellUC Irvine
1974 John Whitlinger Stanford1974Andy Rae San Diego
1975 Billy Martin UCLA1975Andy RaeSan Diego
1976 Bill Scanlon Trinity (Tex.)1976Tim Monroe UC Davis 1976John Blomberg Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
1977 Matt Mitchell Stanford1977Juan Farrow SIU Edwardsville 1977A.J. ShakaClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1978 John McEnroe Stanford1978Juan FarrowSIU Edwardsville1978Chris Bussert Kalamazoo
1979 Kevin Curren Texas1979Arjun FernandoSIU Edwardsville1979Mark Tappan Redlands
1980 Robert Van't Hof Southern California1980Juan FarrowSIU Edwardsville1980Chris BurnsKalamazoo
1981 Tim Mayotte Stanford1981 Ken Flach SIU Edwardsville1981Donovan JonesClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1982 Mike Leach Michigan1982Ken FlachSIU Edwardsville1982Shaun Miller Gustavus Adolphus
1983 Greg Holmes Utah 1983Ken FlachSIU Edwardsville1983Erik MichelsenRedlands
1984 Mikael Pernfors Georgia 1984Steve Riza Stephen F. Austin 1984Scott MooreRedlands
1985Mikael PernforsGeorgia1985Brian Talgo Rollins 1985Toby Clark Principia
1986 Dan Goldie Stanford1986Neil SmithStephen F. Austin1986Tim CorwinKalamazoo
1987 Andrew Burrow Miami (Florida)1987Pat EmmetRollins1987Toby ClarkPrincipia
1988 Robbie Weiss Pepperdine 1988Miles Walker Chapman 1988Noel Occomy Brandeis
1989 Donni Leaycraft LSU 1989Mark Billone Bloomsburg 1989John Morris Wash. & Lee
1990 Steve Bryan Texas1990Luciano D'Andrea Tenn.-Martin 1990Larry Gewer Washington (Maryland)
1991 Jared Palmer Stanford1991Pradeep Raman Armstrong Atlantic 1991Lewis MillerKalamazoo
1992 Alex O'Brien Stanford1992Philipp SchertelArmstrong Atlantic1992Lewis MillerKalamazoo
1993 Chris Woodruff Tennessee 1993Mark SegestaUC Davis1993Ryan McKeeClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1994 Mark Merklein Florida 1994Roberto Cavalcante Hampton 1994Seth DenawetzKalamazoo
1995 Sargis Sargsian Arizona St. not contested1995Damian PollaWashington (Maryland)
1996 Cecil Mamiit Southern California1996Mark Ellis Cal Lutheran
1997 Luke Smith UNLV 1997Damian PollaWashington (Maryland)
1998 Bob Bryan Stanford1998David Weisman Babson
1999 Jeff Morrison Florida1999Thomas Oechel UC Santa Cruz
2000 Alex Kim Stanford2000Kayvon Fatahalian Carnegie Mellon
2001 Matias Boeker Georgia2001Derek FitzpatrickUC Santa Cruz
2002Matias BoekerGeorgia2002Josh Lefkowitz Williams
2003 Amer Delić Illinois 2003 Eric Butorac Gustavus Adolphus
2004 Benjamin Becker Baylor 2004Matt SeebergerUC Santa Cruz
2005 Benedikt Dorsch Baylor2005Matt SeebergerUC Santa Cruz
2006 Benjamin Kohlloeffel UCLA2006Will Boe-Wiegaard Bates
2007 Somdev Devvarman Virginia 2007Matt SeebergerUC Santa Cruz
2008Somdev DevvarmanVirginia2008Michael Greenberg Kenyon
2009 Devin Britton Mississippi 2009Michael Goodwin Emory
2010 Bradley Klahn Stanford2010John WattsWashington-St. Louis
2011 Steve Johnson Southern California2011Chris GoodwinEmory
2012 Steve Johnson Southern California2012Dillon PottishEmory
2013 Blaz Rola Ohio State2013Adam PuttermanWashington-St. Louis
2014 Marcos Giron UCLA2014Joey FritzAmherst
2015 Ryan Shane Virginia
2016 Mackenzie McDonald UCLA
2017 Thai-Son Kwiatkowski Virginia
2018 Petros Chrysochos Wake Forest
2019 Paul Jubb University of South Carolina

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Doubles

Division IDivision IIDivision III
YearChampionsSchoolYearChampionsSchoolYearChampionsSchool
1883Joseph Clark, Howard Taylor (spring)Harvardnot contestednot contested
Howard Taylor, R.E. Presbrey (fall)Harvard
1884Wallace P. Knapp, William V.S. ThorneYale
1885Wallace P. Knapp, Arthur L. ShipmanYale
1886Wallace P. Knapp, William L. ThacherYale
1887P.S. Sears, Quincy ShawHarvard
1888V.G. Hall, Oliver CampbellColumbia
1889Oliver Campbell, A.E. WrightColumbia
1890Quincy Shaw, S.T. ChaseHarvard
1891Fred Hovey, Robert WrennHarvard
1892Robert Wrenn, F.B. WinslowHarvard
1893Malcolm Chace, C.R. BudlongBrown
1894Malcolm Chace, Arthur E. FooteYale
1895Malcolm Chace, Arthur E. FooteYale
1896Leo Ware, W.M. ScudderHarvard
1897Leo Ware, Malcolm WhitmanHarvard
1898Leo Ware, Malcolm WhitmanHarvard
1899Holcombe Ward, Dwight DavisHarvard
1900Fred Alexander, Raymond LittlePrinceton
1901H.A. Plummer, Samuel L. RussellYale
1902William Clothier, E.W. LeonardHarvard
1903Fredrick Colston, E. ClappYale
1904Karl Behr, G. BodmanYale
1905E.B. Dewhurst, H.B. RegisterPenn
1906Howard S. Wells, Albert SpauldingYale
1907Nat Niles, A.S. DabneyHarvard
1908H.M. Tilden, A. ThayerPenn
1909Wallace Johnson, A. ThayerPenn
1910Dean Mathey, Burnham DellPrinceton
1911Dean Mathey, C.T. ButlerPrinceton
1912George Church, W.H. MacePrinceton
1913Watson Washburn, J.J. ArmstrongHarvard
1914Richard Williams, Richard HarteHarvard
1915Richard Williams, Richard HarteHarvard
1916G. Colket Caner, Richard HarteHarvard
1919Charles Garland, K.N. HawksYale
1920Amos Wilder, Leland WileyYale
1921Brooks Fenno, William FeiblemanHarvard
1922James Davies, Philip NeerStanford
1923Lew White, Louis ThalheimerTexas
1924Lew White, Louis ThalheimerTexas
1925Gervais Hills, Gerald StratfordCalifornia
1926Edward Chandler, Tom StowCalifornia
1927John Van Ryn, Kenneth AppelPrinceton
1928Ralph McElvenny, Alan HerringtonStanford
1929Benjamin Gorchakoff, Arthur KussmanOccidental
1930Dolf Muehleisen, Robert MuenchCalifornia
1931Bruce Barnes, Karl KamrathTexas
1932Keith Gledhill, Joseph CoughlinStanford
1933Joseph Coughlin, Sam LeeStanford
1934Gene Mako, Phillip CastlenSouthern California
1935Richard Bennett, Paul NewtonCalifornia
1936Bennett Dey, William SewardStanford
1937Richard Bennett, Paul NewtonCalifornia
1938Joseph Hunt, Lewis WetherellSouthern California
1939Douglas Imhoff, Robert PeacockCalifornia
1940Lawrence Dee, James WadeStanford
1941Charles Olewine, Charles MattmanSouthern California
1942Lawrence Dee, Frederick SchroederStanford
1943John Hickman, Walter DriverTexas
1944John Hickman, Felix KelleyTexas
1945Francisco Segura, Thomas BurkeMiami (Florida)
1946 †Robert Falkenburg, Thomas FalkenburgSouthern California
1947Sam Match, Bob CurtisRice
1948 Fred Kovaleski, Bernard Bartzen William & Mary
1949James Brink, Fred FisherWashington
1950Herbert Flam, Gene GarrettUCLA
1951Earl Cochell, Hugh StewartSouthern California
1952Clifton Mayne, Hugh DitzlerCalifornia
1953Robert Perry, Lawrence HuebnerUCLA
1954Robert Perry, Ronald LivingstonUCLA
1955 Francisco Contreras, Joaquin ReyesSouthern California
1956Alejandro Olmedo, Francisco ContrerasSouthern California
1957Crawford Henry, Ronald HolmbergTulane
1958Alejandro Olmedo, Edward AtkinsonSouthern California
1959Crawford Henry, Ronald HolmbergTulane
1960Larry Nagler, Allen FoxUCLA
1961Rafael Osuna, Ramsey EarnhartSouthern California
1962Rafael Osuna, Ramsey EarnhartSouthern California
1963Rafael Osuna, Dennis RalstonSouthern California1963Gil Rodriguez, John LeeCal St. L.A.
1964Dennis Ralston, William BondSouthern California1964Don Gaynor, Lee ReidUC Santa Barbara
1965 Ian Crookenden, Arthur AsheUCLA1965John Yeomans, Bill SchoenRedlands
1966Ian Crookenden, Charles PasarellUCLA1966Fred Suessmann, Ken StuartLong Beach St.
1967Stan Smith, Bob LutzSouthern California1967Fred Suessmann, Dennis TroutLong Beach St.
1968Stan Smith, Bob LutzSouthern California1968Jim Powers, Gary OgdenFresno St.
1969Joaquin Loyo-Mayo, Marcelo LaraSouthern California1969Steve Messmer, George BenedictCal St. Northridge
1970Pat Cramer, Luis GarciaMiami (Florida)1970Gregg Jablonski, Charles NachandUC Irvine
1971Haroon Rahim, Jeff BorowiakUCLA1971Ron Lague, John LowmanRollins
1972Alex Mayer, Roscoe TannerStanford1972John Lowman, Mike StricklandRollins
1973Alex Mayer, Jim DelaneyStanford1973Bob Chappell, Glenn CripeUC Irvine
1974John Whitlinger, Jim DelaneyStanford1974Andy Rae, Russell WattsSan Diego
1975Butch Walts, Bruce MansonSouthern California1975Scott Carnahan, Bob WrightUC Irvine
1976Peter Fleming, Ferdi TayganUCLA1976Roger de Santis Guedes, Bruce FoxworthHampton1976Larry Davidson, John IrwinSwarthmore
1977Bruce Manson, Chris LewisSouthern California1977Jeff Williams, Curt StalderUC Irvine1977Ben Johns, Stewart JacksonWash. & Lee
1978John Austin, Bruce NicholsUCLA1978Par Svensson, Rick GoldbergSan Diego1978Chris Bussert, Jim HosnerKalamazoo
1979Erick Iskersky, Ben McKownTrinity (Tex.)1979Juan Farrow, Arjun FernandoSIU Edwardsville1979Mike Capelouto, Ken WhitmerRedlands
1980 Mel Purcell, Rodney Harmon Tennessee 1980Juan Farrow, Hugo Núñez SIU Edwardsville1980 John Mattke, Paul HolbachGustavus Adolphus
1981 David Pate, Karl Richter TCU1981Brian Lusson, Bart BernsteinTexas St.1981Jim Hearn, Shaun MillerGustavus Adolphus
1982Peter Doohan, Pat SerratArkansas1982Ken Flach, Doug BurkeSIU Edwardsville1982Shaun Miller, Rich SkanseGustavus Adolphus
1983Allen Miller, Ola MalmqvistGeorgia1983Ken Flach, Robert SegusoSIU Edwardsville1983Alex Gaeta, Bob SwartoutRochester
1984Kelly Jones, Jerome JonesPepperdine1984Johan Sjogren, Dave DelseniSIU Edwardsville1984Eugene Jones, Dan BeersUC San Diego
1985Kelly Jones, Carlos DiLauraPepperdine1985Tom Goleš, Chris LangfordStephen F. Austin1985Jeff Krieger, Shep DavidsonSwarthmore
1986 Rick Leach, Tim PawsatSouthern California1986Paul Landry, Bob ZollerCal Poly1986Jim Burda, Alex PalladinoKalamazoo
1987 Rick Leach, Scott MelvilleSouthern California1987Paul Wekesa, Barry HancockChapman1987Jim Burda, Alex PalladinoKalamazoo
1988Patrick Galbraith, Brian GarrowUCLA1988Robert Green, Barry PeltsRollins1988Lance Au, Frank HinmanClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1989Eric Amend, Byron BlackSouthern California1989Aga Soemarno, Kurt HammerschmidtFerris St.1989John Morris, Robert MatthewsWash. & Lee
1990 Doug Eisenman, Matt Lucena California1990Luciano D'Andrea, Vesa PonkkaTenn.-Martin1990John Morris, Bill MeadowsWash. & Lee
1991Matt Lucena, Bent-Ove PedersenCalifornia1991Mark Segesta, Dave AllenUC Davis1991Dave Jussila, Ryan SkanseGustavus Adolphus
1992Chris Cocotos, Alex O'BrienStanford1992Steve Summer, Jeff McCannUC Davis1992Ryan McKee, Chris NoyesClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1993David Blair, Mark MerkleinFlorida1993Steve Kobold, Oscar MancisidorCal Poly Pomona1993Tim Cooley, Ryan McKeeClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
1994Laurent Miquelard, Joc SimmonsMississippi St.1994Lee Holyoak, Brett SimpsonLander1994Ron Ward, Jonathan HarperUC Santa Cruz
1995 Mahesh Bhupathi, Ali Hamadeh Mississippinot contested1995Todd Born, John WestonRedlands
1996 Justin Gimelstob, Srdjan MuskatirovicUCLA1996Josh Vining, Jonathan HarperUC Santa Cruz
1997Luke Smith, Tim BlenkironUNLV1997Mark Ellis, Jenia KarimovCal Lutheran
1998 Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan Stanford1998Brian Cummings, Thomas OechelUC Santa Cruz
1999K.J. Hippensteel, Ryan WoltersStanford1999Brian Cummings, Thomas OechelUC Santa Cruz
2000Cary Franklin, Graydon OliverIllinois2000Peter Gladkin, Thomas OechelUC Santa Cruz
2001Matias Boeker, Travis Parrott Georgia2001Derek Fitzpatrick, Nick CunninghamUC Santa Cruz
2002Andrew Colombo, Mark KovacsAuburn2002John Michael Cham-A-Koon, Ivan YehClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
2003 Rajeev Ram, Brian WilsonIllinois2003 Eric Butorac, Kevin WhippleGustavus Adolphus
2004Sam Warburg, KC CorkeryStanford2004Dan Uyar, Paul BristowMary Washington
2005 John Isner, Antonio RuizGeorgia2005Matt Seeberger, Matt BrunnerUC Santa Cruz
2006 Kevin Anderson, Ryan RoweIllinois2006Shane Templeman, Matt SeebergerUC Santa Cruz
2007Marco Born, Andreas SiljestromMiddle Tennessee State2007Matt Seeberger, Max OrtizUC Santa Cruz
2008 Robert Farah, Kaes Van't HofSouthern California2008Guillaume Schils, Larry WangClaremont-Mudd-Scripps
2009 Dominic Inglot, Michael ShabazVirginia2009Amrit Ruspasinghe, Ben SteinBates
2010 Drew Courtney, Michael ShabazVirginia2010Brian Pybas, Marc VartabedianUC Santa Cruz
2011Jeff Dadamo, Austin Krajicek Texas A&M2011Oscar Pena, Stephen SullivanBowdoin
2012Chase Buchanan, Blaz RolaOhio State2012Austin Chafetz, Luis RattenhuberAmherst
2013 Jarmere Jenkins, [Mac Styslinger]Virginia2013
2014[Mikelis Libietis], Hunter Reese Tennessee 2014[Eric Klawitter], [Chris Krimbill]Case Western
2015[Lloyd Glasspool], [Søren Hess-Olesen]Texas
2016 Mackenzie McDonald, Martin Redlicki UCLA

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