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Stanford Donors and Supporters

Stanford Tennis is especially indebted to its benefactors (donors of $50,000 or more). Included in this list are Stanford Tennis Stadium Renovation Donors, Scholarship Donors, and people who have listed Stanford Tennis in their estate planning. Special thanks for making our program and excellence possible!

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Apple Computer, Inc.
The John Arrillaga Family
Helen and Peter Bing
Susan Dekker Blois
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Boniface
Bob and Karen Bowden
Mr. & Mrs. William F. Boyd and Carolyn Harris 
  in memory of Matt Harris
Rose and Jake Butts
The Bill Closs Family
Jim & Lynn Cornish
I.C. Deal
The Herb and Jane Dwight Family
The Will Edwards Family
Rick and Donna Fluegel
Tom Ford
Fox & Carskadon Realty
Jack and Rhodine Gifford
John L. Hinds
The Craig R. Johnson Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. Eric Johnson and Family
Dr. Phil Larson
Robert H. and Myra T. Lawrence
Scott and Robin Love
The Malcolm MacNaughton Family
R.H. Macy & Co., Inc.
Ralph T. McElvenny, Jr.
The John McEnroe Family
The Anthony P. Meier Family
Curly Neal
Nike, Inc.
The Jerry Olefsky Family
Paul and Sue Ormond
The John A. Pease Family
Norman C. Pease
Jim Pollock
Jim and Martha Poppy
The Ralph Rodriguez Family
The Claude N. Rosenberg Family
The Roberto Rosenkranz Family
Rixford and Elliot Snyder
Dorothy and Leonard Straus
The Tad Taube Family
Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Thompson
The Dr. Allan Turbow Family
Michelle Weiss
The William Wilson III Family

Women's Scholarships

Scholarships allow us to be effective in recruiting top athletes to Stanford. The men's program is now totally endowed and provides for the NCAA maximum of 4 1/2 scholarships. However, the women's program still needs help in order to cover their eight allowable scholarships. This help may be given in the following ways:

  1. General Scholarship Support. A gift of any size is much appreciated. It is used to supplement an existing Living or Endowed scholarship.
  2. Living Scholarships. A living scholarship provides the amount of room, board, tuition and fees (approximately $27,500 annually) to a specific student athlete. This may be given by an individual or two or more donors.
  3. Endowed Sholarships. An endowment of approximately $500,000 creates an investment whose yearly earnings provide room, board, tuition and fees for one student athlete "forever." (During Campaign 2000, all gifts of over $100,000 are matched on a one-for-three basis by an anonymous donor.)

Stanford Tennis Wishes to Extend Special Thanks to the Following

Blue Chalk Cafe
Campus Fruit & Produce
Carlsen Suburu-Volvo
Citibank
Custom Travel
Diet Pepsi
The Garden Court Hotel
Hobee's Restaurants
Holiday Inn of Palo Alto
Il Fornaio Restaurant
International Management Group
Lufthansa
Mid-Peninsula Tennis Patrons Ball Persons
Nike
Northern California Umpires Association
Oak Creek Apartments
Plexipave
PowerBar
The Racquet Web
Sports Software (CompuTennis)
Sundance Mine Co.
Swetka's Tennis Shops
The Court Works
Togo's
The Track House
Union Bank
US Sports Camps
Wilson Sporting Goods
The Woodside Tennis Shop

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