USTA Middle States announced its 2013 class of inductees into the MS Hall of Fame. The group includes Marty Coyne, Jenni Goodling, Delaine Mast and Jay Witmer.
"These four inductees have been essential for the growth of tennis in our area," said Middle States President, Gina Pileggi. "Their impact from the Central Pennsylvania region - and throughout all of Middle States - has been felt for years, and will continue to be felt for years to come."
Learn more about the 2013 Hall of Fame Class here.
ABOUT THE MIDDLE STATES HALL OF FAME
Established in 1994, the mission of the USTA Middle States Hall of Fame is to recognize those Middle States individuals who have made significant achievements and contributions to the sport of tennis, and acts a major fundraising vehicle for the development and support of junior programs and activities.
All proceeds from the event will go directly to junior tennis programs in Middle States via grants, scholarships or support. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from this event will directly benefit juniors in Central Pa.
Some of the sports' greatest icons, including Eve Kraft, Billie Jean King, Bill Tilden, Vic Seixas and Bunny Vosters are members of the USTA Middle States Hall of Fame.
ABOUT THE MIDDLE STATES TENNIS PATRONS' FOUNDATION
The mission of the Middle States Tennis Patrons' Foundation is to develop and support junior tennis programs within USTA Middle States. Incorporated in 1973, the foundation works in partnership with Middle States to provide financial support for worthy programs and deserving junior players. The Middle States Tennis Patrons' Foundation raises money through an annual appeal letter, the USTA Middle States Hall of Fame Dinner, and other efforts. Click here
to learn more about the foundation.
Media inquires and requests for inductee contact information should be sent to Michael Gladsyz at firstname.lastname@example.org