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ESPN
Fratangelo earns USTA wild card for French OpenFratangelo, the 2011 French Open junior champion, has earned a wild-card entry
Fratangelo earns USTA wild card for French Open
ESPN / Posted 6 days ago
Fratangelo, the 2011 French Open junior champion, has earned a wild-card entry for the main draw at Roland Garros, the U.S. Tennis Association said. A Pittsburgh native, Fratangelo, 22, clinched a spot in the French Open by accumulating the... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
SPORTS BRIEFINGschedule, tournament and fundraisers will be discussed. Area tennis star heade
SPORTS BRIEFING
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 7 days ago
schedule, tournament and fundraisers will be discussed. Area tennis star headed to Open WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) - The U.S. Tennis Association says that 2011 French Open junior champion Bjorn Fratangelo of Pittsburgh has earned a wild-card... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Pittsburgh's Fratangelo earns USTA wild card for French OpenWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — The U.S. Tennis Association says that 2011 French Ope
Pittsburgh's Fratangelo earns USTA wild card for French Open
Lake Placid News / Posted 7 days ago
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — The U.S. Tennis Association says that 2011 French Open junior champion Bjorn Fratangelo of Pittsburgh has earned a wild-card entry for the main draw at Roland Garros. The 22-year-old Fratangelo clinched a spot in the French... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Prominent Canadian women on who they'd like to see on our billsthe five-dollar bill!" Stacey Allaster, former CEO of the Women’s Tennis Assoc
Prominent Canadian women on who they'd like to see on our bills
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
the five-dollar bill!" Stacey Allaster, former CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association and current senior executive of the U.S. Tennis Association: "Nellie McClung (1873-1951): Nellie was an inspirational Canadian who had the courage to advocate... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Tennis remains key part of lives of Carr, Loganlong to satisfy their desire for competitive tennis. This weekend, the Magnolia
Tennis remains key part of lives of Carr, Logan
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
long to satisfy their desire for competitive tennis. This weekend, the Magnolia Tennis Club again will play host to the U.S. Tennis Association Southern 65 & Over Mississippi Championship. The tournament, which begins today and runs through... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Statewide tennis tourney in ColumbusColumbus tennis span more than 50 years, will be among the 290 players from thr
Statewide tennis tourney in Columbus
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
Columbus tennis span more than 50 years, will be among the 290 players from throughout Mississippi who will participate in U.S. Tennis Association Southern 65 & Over Mississippi Championship. The tournament begins today and continues through Sunday... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Massey Communications rebrands as MoxeMica as VP of community engagement. Massey Services is a client of the firm, a
Massey Communications rebrands as Moxe
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Mica as VP of community engagement. Massey Services is a client of the firm, along with Orlando-based Bags Inc., the U.S. Tennis Association, Florida High School Athletic Association, Orlando Ballet and JFS Orlando. Massey Services has about... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Browning named deputy director for city parksand help manage the department's personnel. Before coming to Knoxville, Browni
Browning named deputy director for city parks
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
and help manage the department's personnel. Before coming to Knoxville, Browning worked for the Kentucky chapter of the U.S. Tennis Association. Originally from Harlan, Ky., Browning played NAIA tennis for Georgetown College (Kentucky), where he... Read more
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Philly.com
George C. Shafer, Jr., 86, Episocal Academy teacherand doubles. In 1980, Mr. Shafer was awarded the Seymour Coren Cup for service
George C. Shafer, Jr., 86, Episocal Academy teacher
Philly.com / Posted 23 days ago
and doubles. In 1980, Mr. Shafer was awarded the Seymour Coren Cup for service to tennis in the Philadelphia region by the U.S. Tennis Association. Besides tennis, Mr. Shafer also fostered swimming. Several years after he started the boys' swim... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
John David Barnettweek, the 2-year-old tennis wing of the annual Baptist Health Foundation fundra
John David Barnett
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
week, the 2-year-old tennis wing of the annual Baptist Health Foundation fundraiser Bolo Bash kicked off the U.S. Tennis Association Men’s Pro Circuit Tournament at Rebsamen Tennis Center, presented by Standard Business Systems. It... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mary G. Griepenkerl, retired Bryn Mawr School teacher, diesgraduate and earned a bachelor's degree from Radcliffe College. She married Ed
Mary G. Griepenkerl, retired Bryn Mawr School teacher, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
graduate and earned a bachelor's degree from Radcliffe College. She married Edward C. Griepenkerl, a Middle Atlantic and U.S. Tennis Association official. He died in 1978. Mrs. Griepenkerl began teaching English and drama at Bryn Mawr School in... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful messageits best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful message
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 1 months ago
its best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie Jean King and her strong-willed peers, the U.S. Tennis Association began paying women the same as men at the U.S. Open, well before the other three Grand Slam events... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful messageits best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful message
KTVB Boise / Posted 1 months ago
its best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie Jean King and her strong-willed peers, the U.S. Tennis Association began paying women the same as men at the U.S. Open, well before the other three Grand Slam events... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful messageits best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful message
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 1 months ago
its best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie Jean King and her strong-willed peers, the U.S. Tennis Association began paying women the same as men at the U.S. Open, well before the other three Grand Slam events... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful messageits best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful message
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 1 months ago
its best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie Jean King and her strong-willed peers, the U.S. Tennis Association began paying women the same as men at the U.S. Open, well before the other three Grand Slam events... Read more
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USA Today
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful messageits best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie
Brennan: U.S. women's soccer team sends powerful message
USA Today / Posted 1 months ago
its best teams, but to promote and grow its game. In 1973, urged on by Billie Jean King and her strong-willed peers, the U.S. Tennis Association began paying women the same as men at the U.S. Open, well before the other three Grand Slam events... Read more
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