MHSTeCA - Record Book

Last updated on July 7, 2015

Interesting trivia

  1. Jill Wieman of North Muskegon, 2001 - played a match in which she did not lose a single point.
  2. The 2002 University Liggett's boys team won the state championship and never won a dual match all season.
  3. Aaron Krickstein played two years at University Liggett with a record of 56-0 and was ranked as high as #5 in the world on the pro tour.
  4. In 1933 Gordon Wood won the state singles title at University Liggett. In 1958 his son Bob Wood won the state doubles title with partner George Haggarty for University Liggett. In 1983 Bob and George's sons won the state doubles championship for University Liggett.
  5. Petoskey Boys Tennis Team drove 3200 miles to matches in 2003 and 2900 miles in 2002. (Just for reference, the distance from New York City to Los Angeles is about 2800 miles.)
  6. Amy Inman of Grand Rapids Catholic Central went undefeated for 4 years (2000-03) in league play including one City Championship at 4 Singles and three Championships at 1 Singles
  7. Marco Wen of East Lansing was the Runner-up at 1 Singles in the Finals for three consecutive years (losing to three different players) in 1980, 81, & 82. In 1979 Marco was the 3 Singles Champion.
  8. In the fall of 2004, Portage Central played in a tournament and won all 24 matches they played in. On the following Monday and Wednesday they won dual matches 8-0. On Thursday, they were up 6-0 in a dual match before they lost at 3rd doubles. This represents a winning streak of 46 matches.
  9. Ann Arbor Pioneer's 2002 and 2005 Boys Tennis Teams won the Divison 1 State Finals Tournament with 39 out of a possible 40 points.
  10. Harry Jadun of East Lansing, Fall 2007 - played in a match in which he did not lose a single point.