HALL OF FAME
February 5, 2018
The USTA Southwest Tennis Hall of Fame was established in 1991 to recognize those members of the Section, both players and non-players, whose achievements and contributions are worthy of the highest commendation and recognition.
The Southwest Section Tennis Hall of Fame will consist of those who have made the most outstanding contributions to tennis in the Southwest Section. These women and men will be divided into two categories, player and non-player, although some may be outstanding in both categories and should receive priority consideration.
USTA Members are encouraged to contact our Hall of Fame committee members to introduce a potential nomination. Our committee members can help with filling out the ONLINE NOMINATION FORM on a potential Hall of Famer's behalf. Applications MUST be received by AUGUST 1 of each calendar year to be considered for the current year's Hall of Fame class. ADVERTISEMENT
Hall of Fame Eligibility Requirements
*Candidate must be nominated by a member of the USTA Southwest Section
*Candidate must be 35 years of age or older and of good moral character (45 years of age for non-player category)
*Candidate must have lived in section for no less than 10 years and have been active in tennis within the section for a period of 10 years
*Candidate may be living or deceased
To learn more about the Criteria for Southwest Hall of Fame candidacy, click HERE.
Any other questions, please send Hall of Fame nominations to your area's respective District Hall of Fame Chairs (listed below).
USTA Southwest Hall Of Fame Committee
Hall of Fame Chair
Greater El Paso-area (GEPTA)
Northern New Mexico
USTA Southwest Hall of Fame Inductees
Margaret Osborne duPont
Dr. William Rivera
Suzanne E. Jollensten
Bob Howard, Sr.
Sissy B. Kelly
Dr. Lester M. Snyder, Jr.
Dr. Anne Pittman
Margaret Varner Bloss
Winslow "Mike" Blanchard
Florence "Flo" Blanchard
T. Jefferson Glover
Norman A. Ferguson
Russell E. Ball