How Many All-Americans?

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  1. Kirijax

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    Just curious but how many All-Americans does your school have in the history of its men's tennis program? Just the number of players that have been named All-American at least once. I'll start for starters.

    Ole Miss Rebels: 29
    Miami Hurricanes: 28
    Clemson Tigers: 22
    Duke Blue Devils: 21
    Florida Gators: 16
    Indiana Hoosiers: 2
     
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  2. tennis7777777

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    I assume you are talking mens tennis?
    Gators: 16
     
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    Ole Miss=29
     
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  4. Kirijax

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    I'm seeing 25...

    Ole Miss
     
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  5. goran_ace

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    Does Academic All-American count? No? Darn.
     
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    Yeah I don't think it's been updated online, don't see the other twin, or Nik and Jonas.
     
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  7. Kirijax

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    Ok! 29 it is!
     
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    21 individuals for duke, not counting all the multiples

    the most notable ones:

    cunha x 7 (4 singles, 3 doubles)

    phil king x 4 (no mention of singles vs doubles on the archives i found, was it just overall AA years ago? rather than different singles and dubs selections each year?)

    ludovic walter x 3 (same as above for king)

    and multiple x 2 guys like ramsey smith, michael yani, andres pedroso, joey atas

    some dude named chris pressley had three back in early 90s, but he was before my time

    and reid carleton had 2 dubs and 1 singles selections to his credit
     
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  9. Clemson_tennis

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    Clemson has had 22 individuals

    Singles (* is doubles as well in career):

    2006 Clement Reix
    1997 Mitch Sprenglemeyer*
    1989 John Sullivan*
    1986 Jay Berger*, Richard Matuszewski*
    1985 Miguel Nido, Richard Matuszewski*
    1984 Lawson Duncan
    1983 Rick Rudeen, Jean Desdunes
    1982 Mark Dickson, Jean Desdunes
    1981 Mark Dickson*, Pender Murphy*
    1980 Mark Dickson, Pender Murphy, Mike Gandolfo

    doubles only:

    2013 Yannick Maden, Dom Maden
    2004 Nathan Thompson, Jarmaine Jenkins
    1996 Bruce Li
    1989 Vince VanGelderen, Todd Watkins
    1987 Vince VanGelderen, Kent Kinnear, Craig Boynton
    1986 Brandon Walters
    1985 Brandon Walters
     
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    Stanford is not 'my' school but it's really hard to compare to what they've done.
     
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    Indiana would appear to have just one mens player 2 times, Dave Power 1965 and 1966
     
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