HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS
USTA Pacific Northwest | May 17, 2017
The USTA Pacific Northwest Tennis Hall of Fame was established in 2000 to honor individuals in the section who have distinguished themselves on the court and/or made significant contributions to the game of tennis.
If you would like to nominate an individual for a future Hall of Fame class, please see the information below:
Please click here to view and print the official nomination form. The deadline for 2017 nominations has passed, but the Hall of Fame Committee will always accept nominations for future consideration.
Please send your nominations to the following address:
USTA/PNW Hall of Fame Selection Committee
New address: 9746 SW Nimbus Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97008
Candidates may be nominated in the following two categories:
PLAYER CATEGORY: Players will be chosen based on their record of outstanding competitive achievements with consideration given to sportsmanship and character. Nominees must be at least 35 years of age.
NON-PLAYER CATEGORY: This category honors individuals (volunteers, writers, umpires, coaches and others) who have made outstanding contributions to the USTA . Nominees must be at least 40 years of age.
In addition to submitting the official nomination form, please include a list of the nominee's achievements on a separate page:
1. Special honors of recognition.
2. Evidence of recognition by peers (letters or statements).
3. Residency during player's Pacific Northwest career (please list the dates when the player was active).
The USTA Pacific Northwest Hall of Fame Committee would like to thank everyone who has nominated individuals for induction into the Hall of Fame. It is difficult for us to respond to everyone who has submitted nominations, however we assure you that your nominations were considered if they were submitted to us in writing.
Please keep in mind that those who are selected for the USTA Pacific Northwest Hall of Fame represent a highly selective group. Members must exhibit exemplary performance, a significant impact to tennis over a period of time and/or be recognized for the quality of its uniqueness.
To see the members of our Hall of Fame, please click here to visit the previous years Inductees page.
To learn more about Oregon’s tennis history, visit the Oregon Tennis History Committee.