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Tennis History

2006 - Amanda Dewey and Maudi Valle qualify for the State Championships.


2003 - Robbie Wong earns Bay Valley Conference MVP honors and receives a scholarship to UC Davis.


2000 - Coach Dexter Fong's men's team won its first conference title since 1934.


1993 - The men's team defeated American River college for the first time ever by a score of 5-4.


1989 - Mark Edmonds was the Camino Norte Conference MVP.


1984 - Coach Barbara Peters women's tennis team was co-state champions - the first SCC women's team to win a State Championship.  The team was 8-0 in league play, and won the conference and Nor-Cal titles.  At the conference tournament, Cecelia Vaquez defeated teammate Aleli Nava for the singles title, then paired up with her and defeated teammates Katie Sekul and Carol Santiago for the doubles title.  At Nor-Cal championships, Vasquez again defeated Nava for the singles title, and they also took the doubles title.


1981 - Paul McMurdie was named All-Conference in singles and doubles.  Sean Martinez was All-Conference in doubles as well.


1976 - Jane Ray competed on the men's team in the #5 position.  She did not complete the season.


1970 - Bob Reynolds was conference runner-up in singles and placed 4th at the Nor-Cal meet.  He went on to be a 2-time Division II All-American at Sacramento State.


1951 - Jim Demas and Marlin Ramsey were conference champions in doubles and were undefeated until losing in the Nor-Cal Tournament.


1949 - LaVerne Hobson was undefeated in junior college competition and was a Northern California Junior College Champion.


1941 - Seeded third, Dan Sullivan beat the #1 and #2 players at the Northern California Junior College Conference singles championships.


1934 - The men's team won the Northern California Junior College Conference Championships for the third straight season.  They would not win another for over 66 years.


1933 - The men's team won the Northern California Junior College Conference Championships for the second straight season.


1932 - Coach Fred Earle's team won the first tennis conference championship in school history.  Leslie Haefner was the singles champion and he teamed with Ward Krebs to be runners-up in the doubles competition.


1929 - The men's tennis team competed as a "major" sport for the first time.  It finished with a dual meet record of 2-1-2.  They were led by the doubles team of John Evans and E. Sullivan who were California Coast Conference runners-up.