South Carolina State men's and women's tennis coach reached a milestone in Bulldog history Saturday, March 19 when the SC State women downed N.C. The SC State tennis icon has led his team to 12 Mid-Eastern Athletic titles including sixth straight for the woman and six of seven championships on the men's side. Among the outstanding players he coached are former All-MEAC performer Ivan Milovajenic, who was one of several Bulldog tennis players nationally ranked during his career.
With all the success SC  State tennis program has had over the years, you can certainly expect both teams to make a run for their seventh conference crown and be in the hunt for the school's first national championship, as well as national ranking.


The Lady Bulldogs are currently 13-2 overall, 3-0 in the MEAC, while the men are 10-3 overall, 2-0 in the league. The three-time Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Coach of the Year and United State Tennis Association (USTA) Coach of the Year has definitely left his mark over the past nine years with an impressive career coaching record of 301-99 overall, 117-10 in the MEAC. It's the level of talent he's been able to bring to Orangeburg over the years to build his program into a championship-caliber powerhouse.
Judge earned last year's MEAC Tournament Most Outstanding Coach for the sixth time in his coaching career.


On the women's side, current All-MEAC performer and Player of the Year candidate senior Daria Sekerina, who is currently ranked #83 in the country in the College Tennis Association.



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