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Help USC Tennis; Join Garnet Aces

Columbia tennis player Donna Saleeby will enjoy special access to the University of South Carolina men’s and women’s tennis teams this spring for a very ordinary price. Three times Saleeby plans to practice with the USC players at clinics they will run. At some home matches, Saleeby will enjoy free refreshments and listen in on pre-game strategy talks. Later this spring, she also will get to attend private team events, including their end-of-year banquets. Read More

Coaches Workshop Draws Nearly 50 From 5 States

Nearly 50 coaches and tennis professionals from all over the Southeast came to Columbia on Sunday to learn from some of the best tennis coaches in the country. Read More

College Teams Look Forward to Strong Spring Seasons

The success of this year’s University of South Carolina men’s tennis team won’t be determined by how many aces or winners they hit. How well USC does this spring will depend on how they compete during their matches, said Josh Goffi, USC men’s tennis coach. Read More
Results: 2 Record(s) Found.

With No-Cut Program, Goodman Grew Tennis at Irmo High

As a high school tennis coach, Freddy Goodman grew accustomed to kids offering lousy excuses when they missed practice or whining about having to run. But Goodman, who started teaching tennis in 1975, never could get used to kids’ reacting to not making their high school tennis team. Read More

As 'Team Jill', Midlands Ladies Honor a Friend and Teammate

Jill Stevenson’s teammates hauled their racquets and luggage to their cars and prepared to again play without their longtime teammate and friend. They wanted to win the state championships and honor Stevenson. But they would come home with only one thing on their minds: how they should celebrate the life of Jill Stevenson. Read More
Results: 2 Record(s) Found.