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USTA Texas Awards
USTA

 

 

NOMINATING

 

USTA Texas Awards recognize people, families and organizations in their efforts to advance the game of tennis in our section.

 

Please complete nomination applications by clicking LEARN MORE on the awards listed below. The deadline for award nominations is September 1. For any questions, please contact Pam Jaeger at pjaeger@texas.usta.com.

 

 

 

 

The W.T. Caswell Service Award, established in 1962, is given to the Texas resident who has made valuable contributions to the growth and development of tennis in Texas, working as a volunteer within the framework of the USTA Texas, primarily at the section level, during the year in which the award is given and/or over a period of years.
The W.T. Caswell Service Award, established in 1962, is given to the Texas resident who has made valuable contributions to the growth and development of tennis in Texas, working as a volunteer within the framework of the USTA Texas, primarily at the section level, during the year in which the award is given and/or over a period of years.

W. T. Caswell Service Award

The W.T. Caswell Service Award, established in 1962, is given to the Texas resident who has made valuable contributions to the growth and development of tennis in Texas, working as a volunteer within the framework of the USTA Texas, primarily at the section level, during the year in which the award is given and/or over a period of years.

 

2019 Recipient: Dan Barta, Grapevine

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.
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.

Lloyd Sessions Educational Merit Award

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.

 

2019 Recipient: David Tibbetts, Austin

Annually since 1975, the USTA Texas has selected a family to honor for contributions to Texas tennis. The family represents the development and promotion of tennis on and off the tennis court on a local and/or statewide basis. The recipient of the award is then nominated for the USTA Family of the Year Award.
Annually since 1975, the USTA Texas has selected a family to honor for contributions to Texas tennis. The family represents the development and promotion of tennis on and off the tennis court on a local and/or statewide basis. The recipient of the award is then nominated for the USTA Family of the Year Award.

USTA Texas Family of the Year

Annually since 1975, the USTA Texas has selected a family to honor for contributions to Texas tennis. The family represents the development and promotion of tennis on and off the tennis court on a local and/or statewide basis. The recipient of the award is then nominated for the USTA Family of the Year Award.

 

2019 Recipient: The Ross Cockrell Family, Austin

Inaugurated in 1989, this award honors a person who has provided outstanding contributions in promoting and conducting recreational tennis programs for adults and/or juniors. The award further signifies the vital importance of recreational play. The recipient must have at least three consecutive seasons of fieldwork in tennis through community centers, schools, parks or similar institutions. Other criteria include growth of the program and its community impact, development of innovative features, motivational work with participants, involvement of other recreational organizations, and association with the USTA through the Texas Section.
Inaugurated in 1989, this award honors a person who has provided outstanding contributions in promoting and conducting recreational tennis programs for adults and/or juniors. The award further signifies the vital importance of recreational play. The recipient must have at least three consecutive seasons of fieldwork in tennis through community centers, schools, parks or similar institutions. Other criteria include growth of the program and its community impact, development of innovative features, motivational work with participants, involvement of other recreational organizations, and association with the USTA through the Texas Section.

USTA Texas Community Service Award

Inaugurated in 1989, this award honors a person who has provided outstanding contributions in promoting and conducting recreational tennis programs for adults and/or juniors. The award further signifies the vital importance of recreational play. The recipient must have at least three consecutive seasons of fieldwork in tennis through community centers, schools, parks or similar institutions. Other criteria include growth of the program and its community impact, development of innovative features, motivational work with participants, involvement of other recreational organizations, and association with the USTA through the Texas Section.

 

2019 Recipient: Harold Graham, Houston

Established in 1997, this award honors a senior member of the USTA Texas who has made a contribution through his/her efforts, willingness, cooperation, and participation, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play and/or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.
Established in 1997, this award honors a senior member of the USTA Texas who has made a contribution through his/her efforts, willingness, cooperation, and participation, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play and/or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.

USTA Texas Seniors' Service Award

Established in 1997, this award honors a senior member of the USTA Texas who has made a contribution through his/her efforts, willingness, cooperation, and participation, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play and/or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.

 

2019 Recipient: Jan Pierpoint, Georgetown

Founded in 1992, these awards honor one male and one female player who, in addition to having a high sectional ranking, exemplify the qualities of sportsmanship, enthusiasm, conditioning, resourcefulness, and a cooperative spirit, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.
Founded in 1992, these awards honor one male and one female player who, in addition to having a high sectional ranking, exemplify the qualities of sportsmanship, enthusiasm, conditioning, resourcefulness, and a cooperative spirit, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.

USTA Texas Senior Spirit of Tennis Awards

Founded in 1992, these awards honor one male and one female player who, in addition to having a high sectional ranking, exemplify the qualities of sportsmanship, enthusiasm, conditioning, resourcefulness, and a cooperative spirit, most deserving of the respect and honor of the seniors, either in play or organizational work for the betterment and furtherance of senior activities.

 

2019 Recipient: Doug Kerin, Austin

Established in 1982 and presented annually by each section to recognize outstanding service by a member organization to its members and to the game of tennis.  The USTA Texas recipient automatically becomes a candidate for the USTA Award.
Established in 1982 and presented annually by each section to recognize outstanding service by a member organization to its members and to the game of tennis.  The USTA Texas recipient automatically becomes a candidate for the USTA Award.

USTA Texas Member Organization of the Year Award

Established in 1982 and presented annually by each section to recognize outstanding service by a member organization to its members and to the game of tennis. The USTA Texas recipient automatically becomes a candidate for the USTA Award.

 

2019 Recipient: Laredo Tennis Association, Laredo

Established by John R. McFarlin of San Antonio in 1965, this award is presented to the outstanding junior boy in Texas who exemplifies outstanding sportsmanship and leadership, civic responsibility, character and a good tennis ranking due to superior tournament play.
Established by John R. McFarlin of San Antonio in 1965, this award is presented to the outstanding junior boy in Texas who exemplifies outstanding sportsmanship and leadership, civic responsibility, character and a good tennis ranking due to superior tournament play.

John McFarlin Award

Established by John R. McFarlin of San Antonio in 1965, this award is presented to the outstanding junior boy in Texas who exemplifies outstanding sportsmanship and leadership, civic responsibility, character and a good tennis ranking due to superior tournament play.

 

2019 Recipient: Kenner Taylor, Houston

Created by the Maureen Connolly Brinker Foundation in 1972, this award honors an outstanding junior girl in Texas who has shown exceptional ability, a good ranking, a willingness to work with up-and-coming players, cooperation and proper respect, and a sportsmanlike and competitive spirit.
Created by the Maureen Connolly Brinker Foundation in 1972, this award honors an outstanding junior girl in Texas who has shown exceptional ability, a good ranking, a willingness to work with up-and-coming players, cooperation and proper respect, and a sportsmanlike and competitive spirit.

Mary Lowdon Award

Created by the Maureen Connolly Brinker Foundation in 1972, this award honors an outstanding junior girl in Texas who has shown exceptional ability, a good ranking, a willingness to work with up-and-coming players, cooperation and proper respect, and a sportsmanlike and competitive spirit.

 

2019 Recipient: Fiona Crawley, San Antonio

The Wheelchair Committee would like to honor a volunteer, organization, wheelchair player, or teaching professional, who over time has demonstrated excellence in the sport of wheelchair tennis and/or whose activities demonstrate dedication to improving and promoting wheelchair tennis for USTA Texas.
The Wheelchair Committee would like to honor a volunteer, organization, wheelchair player, or teaching professional, who over time has demonstrated excellence in the sport of wheelchair tennis and/or whose activities demonstrate dedication to improving and promoting wheelchair tennis for USTA Texas.

USTA Texas Randy Snow Wheelchair Tennis Service Award

The Wheelchair Committee would like to honor a volunteer, organization, wheelchair player, or teaching professional, who over time has demonstrated excellence in the sport of wheelchair tennis and/or whose activities demonstrate dedication to improving and promoting wheelchair tennis for USTA Texas.

 

2019 Recipient: Dr. Michael Cottingham, Houston

The USTA Texas Henry C. Cox Adaptive Tennis Award honors an individual or organization that has shown continued excellence, dedication and service to adaptive tennis through playing, coaching, programming, sponsoring or promoting tennis for those with disabilities.
The USTA Texas Henry C. Cox Adaptive Tennis Award honors an individual or organization that has shown continued excellence, dedication and service to adaptive tennis through playing, coaching, programming, sponsoring or promoting tennis for those with disabilities.

USTA Texas Henry C. Cox Adaptive Tennis Award

The USTA Texas Henry C. Cox Adaptive Tennis Award honors an individual or organization that has shown continued excellence, dedication and service to adaptive tennis through playing, coaching, programming, sponsoring or promoting tennis for those with disabilities.

 

2019 Recipient: Henry Cox, Lipan