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Most Improved Junior Boy (Bill Lindsay Award)

Junior players who make the most improvement in their game with consideration given to their improvement in state, section, and national (if applicable) rankings

Maxwell Smith

Maxwell began playing tennis at age 9, and credits his desire to work hard to what sets him apart from other players. 

Maxwell had an incredible 2018 as a first year 16 and under. At the beginning of the year, Maxwell was ranked #13 in South Caroilna, #31 in the South and had a national ranking of #529. Now, he is currently ranked #1 in South Carolina, #1 in the South and #36 in the nation – as a 15 year old boy. That is truly remarkable.

Maxwell has compiled a 121-60 win/loss record this year, winning the Palmetto Championships, the Family Circle Junior Championships, as well as a Southern Level 2 tournament and a National Level 3 tournament. He was also a doubles champion at the South Carolina Open, the Southern Level 1A, and the National Level 2. He was a finalist and semi-finalist in many other tournaments and was a member of the victorious Sothern Cup Team. 


Past Winners
2018 Maxwell Smith
2017 Stanley Waters
2016 Hale & Wyatt Emerson
2015 Chambers Easterling
2014 Sean Sculley
2013 Scotty Cameron
2012 Oliver Crawford
2011 Kyle Barr
2010 Thomas Spratt
2009 Connor Evins
2008 Joel Cook
2007 Cal Hillsman
2006 Wesley Moran
2005 Bobby Browning
2004 Ross Moyer
2003 Chris Britt
2002 Thomas Light
2001 Daniel Knause
2000 Douglas Appleby
1999 Ryan Young
1998 Garrett Dong
1997 Alec Wilson
1996 Roddy Cantey
1995 Anand Pariyadath
1994 Eric Roberts
1993 Patrick Brown
1992 Paul Thurmond
1991 Jordan Goetzman
1990 Nathan Allen
1989 Chris Taylor
1988 Will Shelley
1987 Dave Stroman 
1986 Chuck Anderson
1985 Tim Hagood