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Jackie Roe - Presidential Award, Jill Wallace - Captain's Award, <br /><br />Lisa Murray - Not-For-Profit Organization Award

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The USTA Delaware District served up awards on Sunday to kids who are tops in their age group, exemplary coaches, passionate volunteers, adult competitors and even a Tennis Family of the Year. Some 150 tennis enthusiasts from around the State attended the annual meeting and award ceremony at the Doubletree Hotel. 2013 Delaware District Family of the Year Bruce, Emily, Connor, Kyle and Aubry Nisbet couldn’t make the event because, well, they were at Connor’s tournament match!

Delaware District highlights included the Community Tennis Organization of the Year to the Rodney Street Tennis & Tutoring Association; sportsmanship awards to Girls’ Team Ursuline Academy, Boys’ Team Smyrna High School as well as junior players Leslie Collins, Chris Olmstead and Connor Nisbet (Middle States); Presidential Awards to Jackie Roe and Mark Manning (Middle States); Tennis Pro of the year to Rob Wirth. A complete list of 2013 winners can be found on the USTA Delaware District website.


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