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LLOYD SESSIONS

EDUCATIONAL MERIT AWARD

<h2>LLOYD SESSIONS</h2>
<h1>EDUCATIONAL MERIT AWARD</h1>
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PRESENTED AT

USTA Texas Annual Meeting.

 

CONTACT

Pam Jaeger, USTA Texas Awards Coordinator

 

DESCRIPTION

Established in 1973 to emphasize the word "educational" and the importance of developing junior tennis in Texas, the nominee for this award should exhibit outstanding abilities at a professional level in building stronger junior tennis at all levels of skill. To qualify, an individual must be a resident of Texas and be actively involved in working with junior players, but not exclusively. He/She may be a teacher on the staff of an educational institution, a staff member of a city recreation department, a teaching pro or in some comparable employment.

 

PAST WINNERS

2016 Chris Bovett, Missouri City

2015 Agustin Salazar, McAllen

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2014 Kevin Clark, Austin

2013 Brad Morrison, Amarillo

2012 John Wilkerson, Houston

2011 Lance Helm, Rockwall

2010 Jack Newman, Austin

2009 Roland Elizondo, Corpus Christi

2008 Bert Cole, Dallas and Brian Notis, Austin

2007 Leon Dykes, Center

2006 Luis Valdez, Midland

2005 Todd Taylor, College Station

2004 Orlando Temple, Dallas

2003 Kelly Marshall, Austin

2002 Joe Rother, San Antonio

2001 David Anderson, Dallas

2000 Rick Gonzalez, San Antonio

1999 Rick Meyers, Abilene

1998 David Davis, Abilene

1997 Karen Mannheimer, San Antonio

1996 Jack Newman, Dallas

1995 Bob Haugen, Austin

1994 Lu Ann Alexander, Edinburg

1993 Cleveland Gilcrease, Corpus Christi

1992 Bobby McKinley, San Antonio

1991 Sue Simcox, Beaumont

1990 Dave Sivertson, Austin

1989 Bob Grammen, San Antonio

1988 Sergio Ramos, Woodville

1987 Bobby Hagerman, Dallas

1986 Ron Wesbrooks, Beaumont

1985 Chuck Avera, Wichita Falls

1984 Bob Mooty, Dallas

1983 Nony Michulka, Richardson

1982 Owen McHaney, Dallas

1981 Gene Peebles, Corpus Christi

1980 Christopher Bovett, Houston

1979 John Wilkerson, Houston

1978 Chip Shirley, San Antonio

1977 Virginia Brown, Midland/Jim Parker, Houston

1976 David Kent, Canyon

1975 Art Foust, Dallas/Jack Coleman, Garland

1974 Bob Mapes, Corpus Christi

1973 Clarence Mabry, San Antonio

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