Middle States

Hall of Fame

USTA Middle States is thrilled to announce the Middle States Hall of Fame class of 2022. USTA Middle States and the Hall of Fame Committee would like to congratulate the following deserving inductees:



Click on a name above to read the full bio of each inductee. 


The 25th Middle States Hall of Fame Induction Dinner took place on Thursday, October 20, 2022 at West Shore Country Club in Camp Hill, Pa. Thank you to the 150-plus who attended and helped to support the event! Not only was it an unforgettable night, but through the support of our attendees, more than $15,000 was raised for the USTA Foundation.

Funds raised during the Hall of Fame celebration benefited the USTA Foundation, which is the national charitable arm of the USTA. Funds raised will be earmarked specifically for use in Middle States, benefitting programs and youth from across the section. 


Established in 1994, the prestigious Hall boasts more than 100 prior inductees, including tennis legend and women’s rights pioneer Billie Jean King, and former USTA Presidents Jane Brown Grimes, Dave Haggerty, Merv Heller, Judy Levering and Martin Tressel. Levering will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the event.

This event was part of an exciting week for local USTA tennis. Middle States also hosted The Tennis Conference that same weekbringing together industry professionals and tennis advocates for networking and learning opportunities.


To learn more about the history of the Middle States Hall of Fame, CLICK HERE

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