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Men's Tennis Honors & Awards

FSU Athletic Hall of Fame 
Alexander T. "Lex" Wood (1982)
H. Donald Loucks (1985)
Dr. Ray Bellamy (1992)
Paul Haarhuis (1993)
All-Americans
Ken McKenzie - 1995 (doubles)
Brian Stanton - 1995 (doubles)
NCAA Invitations
Team
1983 
SINGLES
Ricardo Bernd - 1972
Rejean Genois - 1973
Gordon Jones - 1976
Joey Rive - 1985
Paul Haarhuis - 1988
Stephen Notebloom - 1991
Brian Stanton - 1995
Antonio Prieto - 1995
Jason White - 1996
DOUBLES
Paul Haarhuis - 1987
Henner Lenhardt - 1987
Ken McKenzie - 1995
Brian Stanton - 1995
Metro Conference Champions
1981, 1983, 1984, 1988
Dixie Conference Champions
1949-51
Metro Conference Coach of the Year
Randy Jobson - 1981
Metro Conference Tournament MVP
Marco Abilhoa - 1981-82, 1984
Joey Rive - 1985
Paul Haarhuis - 1987-88
Dixie Conference Singles Champions
Herbert Quay, Class "B" - 1949
Robert Lanigan, Class "C" - 1949
Dixie Conference Doubles Champions
Donald Seiffert, Class "A", 1949
Herbert Quay, Class "B", 1949
All-ACC 
Ken McKenzie - 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Brian Stanton - 1993, 1994, 1995
Jason White - 1995
Antonio Prieto - 1995
Jason White - 1996
ACC Flight Champions
Brian Stanton - 1992, No. 3 doubles
Ford Lankford - 1992, No. 3 doubles
Ken McKenzie - 1994, No. 2 singles; 1995, No. 3 singles
Jason White - 1994, No. 2 doubles; 1995, No. 4 singles & No. 2 doubles
Scott Schuhriemen - 1994, No. 6 singles
Art Martinez - 1994, No. 2 doubles
Antonio Prieto - 1995, No. 2 doubles
Alex Golub - 1996, No. 5 singles
Ty Braswell - 1997, No. 2 doubles
Yvo Niks - 1997, no. 2 doubles
Metro Conference Flight Champions
Scott Gilmore - 1977, No. 5 singles
Allan Bellamy - 1979, No. 3 singles & No. 1 doubles
Jose Salibi Neto - 1979, No. 1 doubles
John McLean - 1980, No. 2 singles; 1981, No. 1 doubles; 1983, No. 3 doubles
Marco Abilhoa - 1980, No. 2 doubles; 1981, No. 1 singles & No. 1 doubles; 1982, 
    No. 1 singles
Hernan Luque - 1980, No. 2 doubles; 1981, No. 3 doubles; 1982, No. 3 doubles; 1983, 
    No. 1 doubles
Steve Layton - 1980, No. 5 singles
Robert Burgess - 1981, No. 5 singles & No. 3 doubles
Jeff Horine - 1983, No. 3 singles & No. 2 doubles
Scott Blessing - 1983, No. 5 singles & No. 2 doubles
Myron Falinski - 1983, No. 3 doubles
Joey Rive - 1983, No. 4 singles & No. 1 doubles; 1984, No. 1 singles; 1985, No. 1 singles &     No. 1 doubles
Paul Haarhuis - 1987, No. 1 singles & No. 1 doubles; 1988, No. 1 singles & No. 1 doubles
Todd Collins - 1987, No. 5 singles
Neil Krefsky - 1991, No. 1 doubles
Stephen Notebloom - 1991, No. 1 doubles

Miscellaneous Championships

Florida Intercollegiate Champions Lex Wood - 1965 (No. 1 singles) Hernan Luque - 1980 (No. 2 singles) Darryl Weiner - 1980 (No. 4 singles) Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Championships Paul Haarhuis - 1987 (singles) Rolex Region II Champions Brian Stanton - 1995 (doubles) Ken McKenzie - 1995 (doubles) Seminole Fall Classic Ken McKenzie - 1991-94 (singles) Brian Stanton - 1991-94 (doubles) Ford Lankford - 1991-92 (doubles) Rick Jacob - 1993, (doubles) Jason White - 1993-94 (singles); 1994 (doubles) Antonio Prieto - 1994 (singles & doubles) Alex Golub - 1994 (singles) Scott Schuhriemen - 1994 (singles) Ty Braswell - 1995 (singles) Steve Weinstein - 1996 (singles) National Collegiate Tennis Classic Champion Jason White - 1995 (singles) Antonio Prieto - 1996 (singles) Clemson Fall Classic Champions Adam Baron - 1993-94 Antonio Prieto - 1994 Yvo Niks - 1996 Jay Travis - 1996 Crimson Tide Classic Jeff Horine - 1983 (singles) Myron Falinski - 1983 (singles & doubles) John McLean - 1983 (doubles) San Destin Invitational Stephen Notebloom (champion) Davis Cup play Ricardo Bernd, Brazil, 1971-72 Rejean Genois, Canada, 1973-74 Enrique Andrade, Ecuador, 1975-76 Hernan Luque, Ecuador, 1979-80 Golden Torch Award (Highest Men's G.P.A) Team - 1987-1991 ACC Honor Roll Dean Erhlich - 1992, 1993 Adam Baron - 1993, 1996 Jason White - 1993-95 Ty Braswell - 1996 Michael Ingham - 1997 Yvo Niks - 1997 Jay Travis - 1997

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