Men's Tennis Signs Sam Warburg To National Letter-Of-Intent

Nov. 10, 2000

STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford University head men's tennis coach Dick Gould and associate head coach John Whitlinger announced today the signing of Sam Warburg to a National Letter-of-Intent beginning with the 2001-02 school year.

The 6-foot-3 Warburg is from Sacramento, California and Jesuit High School. Warburg is the #1 ranked player (18's) in Northern California, and was ranked as high as #4 nationally in 16's. In the U.S. Open Boys Draw this summer, he advanced to the second round, including a first round upset over fifth-seeded Adrian Cruciat of Romania.

'We're delighted that Sam is going to join us,' Gould said. 'His presence should significantly help us in maintaining our strong tradition. He's an aggressive all-court player that fits the Stanford mold.'

Stanford is the defending NCAA Champion, and has won an amazing 17 national team titles, including five in the last six years. The Cardinal has also produced 13 NCAA Singles and Doubles Champions in its storied history.

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