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2018 Hall of Fame Luncheon
2018 Hall of Fame Luncheon

The USTA Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame is honored to induct the following tennis greats to the Class of 2018: Dana Gilbert Heinemann, Mike Bauer, Rich Andrews, Wendell Pierce, Tad Taube. The luncheon will be held on Friday, July 27th, at the Peninsula Golf & Country Club in San Mateo, CA, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Six months after picking up her first racquet, Dana was playing in tournaments, shortly after her 10th birthday. Tennis, to Dana, represented a great outlet because of the camaraderie and the focus on practice. Both her brothers, Barry and Brad, were avid players as kids. They began the game with their father, a recreational hard-court player. The family played on public courts practicing up to seven days a week.
Six months after picking up her first racquet, Dana was playing in tournaments, shortly after her 10th birthday. Tennis, to Dana, represented a great outlet because of the camaraderie and the focus on practice. Both her brothers, Barry and Brad, were avid players as kids. They began the game with their father, a recreational hard-court player. The family played on public courts practicing up to seven days a week.

Dana Gilbert Heinemann

Six months after picking up her first racquet, Dana was playing in tournaments, shortly after her 10th birthday. Tennis, to Dana, represented a great outlet because of the camaraderie and the focus on practice. Both her brothers, Barry and Brad, were avid players as kids. They began the game with their father, a recreational hard-court player. The family played on public courts practicing up to seven days a week.

Bio coming soon.

Mike Bauer
Mike Bauer

Mike Bauer

As a young boy, Oakland-born Mike Bauer wanted to spend time with his dad. This gave him a very human reason to jump into tennis, which he did on Park and Rec courts. His dad is a passionate tennis player. Mike also played soccer and basketball, so you can say he was a sports enthusiast. He attended JFK High in Richmond, first, then when the family moved to Orinda, he attended Miramonte High. He met his longtime coach, Lynne Rolley, the Tennis Director at Sleepy Hollow Tennis Club. By 1977, he was North Coast Champion in singles and doubles, was ranked 45 nationally in 18s and was in the top 10 in Northern California.

Rich Andrews
Rich Andrews

Rich Andrews

Rich Andrews earned a myriad of accolades over a long career. A few that come to mind include Vic Braden’s USTA Coaches Certification in 1980, USTA NorCal Adult Sportsmanship Award in 1984, USTA/USPTA Specialist in Competitive Development Certification in 1999 and USTA NorCal Fred A. Earle Pro of the Year Award in 2010. But these awards are the icing on a long, storied tennis career.

Wendell Pierce
Wendell Pierce

Wendell Pierce

Oakland-born Wendell Pierce lived his passion, tennis. It was a lucky Christmas day for him when, at 15, his sister received a tennis racquet that year. He found the sport interesting and was looking to join a sports team at school. It just so happened that the team practiced close to his home.

If you know tennis in Northern California, chances are you know of Tad Taube. After all, his family’s name graces the Stanford tennis stadium and he’s been a significant supporter of and past chair of the Stanford Athletic Board.
If you know tennis in Northern California, chances are you know of Tad Taube. After all, his family’s name graces the Stanford tennis stadium and he’s been a significant supporter of and past chair of the Stanford Athletic Board.

Tad Taube

If you know tennis in Northern California, chances are you know of Tad Taube. After all, his family’s name graces the Stanford tennis stadium and he’s been a significant supporter of and past chair of the Stanford Athletic Board.
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