New England Hall of Fame

February 8, 2017
<h2>New England Hall of Fame</h2>

The USTA New England Hall of Fame exists to recognize those tennis players and non-players in New England whose achievements as sportsmen or sportswomen are worthy of the highest commendation and recognition, or whose contributions as officials or individuals in a tennis-related activity have been so outstanding over a significant period of time as to justify the highest commendation and recognition.

 

2017 Inductees

Jerry Albrikes of Daniel Island, SC

Lisa Albano-Fu of Andover, MA

Chris Holmes of Harvard, MA

Paul Shaw of Norwell, MA

 

 

The 2017 ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 10 at 5:30 pm at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI. Tickets for the event are $125. For more information or if you would like to attend the event, please contact Patti Roy at 508-366-3450 ext 107 or roy@newengland.usta.com.

 

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Hall of Fame Induction Criteria

Hall of Fame Inductees by Year

Hall of Fame Inductees by Last Name
  

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