Bradley Klahn Joins KRON 4's Gary Radnich Tonight At 6:40 p.m.
June 2, 2010
STANFORD, Calif. - Sophomore Bradley Klahn, who captured Stanford's first NCAA singles championship since 2000 with a victory on Monday at the 2010 NCAA Men's Tennis Championships, will join KRON 4 sports anchor Gary Radnich for a live cross-talk at 6:40 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2.
Klahn demolished Louisville's Austen Childs 6-1, 6-2 at the 2010 NCAA Men's Tennis Championships, becoming Stanford's first NCAA singles champion since Alex Kim defeated Kentucky's Carlos Drada 6-1, 6-1 back on May 28, 2000.
Stanford has now produced 14 collegiate singles champions in school history overall and nine since the NCAA adopted its current format in 1977 (Matt Mitchell in 1977, John McEnroe in 1978, Tim Mayotte in 1981, Dan Goldie in 1986, Jared Palmer in 1991, Alex O' Brien in 1992, Bob Bryan in 1998, Alex Kim in 2000 and Bradley Klahn in 2010).
Winning singles titles prior to 1977 were: Phillip Neer (1921), Keith Gledhill (1931), Frederick R. Schroeder, Jr. (1942), Alex Mayer (1973) and current head coach John Whitlinger (1974).