Bloomsburg University Men's Tennis Hall of Fame Members

Mark Billone '89 Inducted-2003

Mark Billone was standout on the tennis courts for the Huskies. He won the NCAA Division II National Tennis Championship in 1989 and was a two time All-American. He is Bloomsburg's first and only national tennis champion. He also participated in the NCAA Division I National Championship Tournament in 1989. In addition to closing out his senior season ranked number one in the nation in singles, he teamed with Roland Lamy to end the season ranked #2 in the nation in doubles. In addition, Billone was named the NCAA National Senior Player of the Year in 1989 and led Bloomsburg's tennis team to its highest national ranking ever (5th place). Billone also was the captain of Bloomsburg's teams in 1988 and 1989 and was named the MVP of the team in both seasons. He finished his senior season with a Bloomsburg record 42 wins.

After graduating, Billone went on to attain a world ranking and held a ranking on the men's professional tour from 1989 through 1992. In 2000 Billone was named one of Bloomsburg's 100 most influential people of the 20th century, while in 2001 Billone's NCAA championship was voted as one of the top 50 achievements in PSAC history.

Marty Coyne '83-Inducted 1998

Coyne was a standout on the tennis courts for the Huskies and is the only person to win PSAC titles as both a player and coach. He posted a career singles record of 112-29, which ranks third all-time at Bloomsburg. He was also one of Bloomsburg's first All-American tennis players. Coyne is also one of only three players in PSAC history to win PSAC singles, doubles and team championships all four years of his career. He was a PSAC flight one singles champion two times and a flight one doubles champion three times. He was an NCAA championship tournament participant three consecutive years. With his doubles partner, Dave Superdock, the pair combined to post a record of 46-16. Coyne was also named the university's outstanding underclass male athlete of the year in 1982.

Craig Diehl '82 Inducted-2004

Diehl was a standout on the tennis courts for the Huskies. During his career, he posted a then-school record 99 wins against 30 losses (now tied for seventh on the all-time list). He won four PSAC singles titles and three double crowns along with four team titles in his four years. He also won the 1979 ECAC Number Two Singles title as a freshman. During his senior year he was also ranked in the top 25 of the Middle States Tennis Association (MSTA), along with being awarded the number one men's player for Central Pennsylvania. He was an NCAA qualifier, an NCAA scholar-athlete and helped the team to national rankings of 8th, 13th, and 14th during his career.

After graduation Diehl remained a standout player earning a top-10 ranking for 11 straight years in the Middle States Men's Open and was also part of the Middle States top-ranked doubles team in 1987. Four times he has been ranked the number one Men's 35 player in the Middle States region. Overall, he has won more than 300 career tournaments in singles and doubles play and at one time was a practice partner for top women's pro Pam Shriver. He is an attorney and CPA and the owner of his own law firm.

Jim Hollister '78-Inducted 2001

Hollister was a four-year standout for the men's tennis team and also spent 15 years as sports information director (SID) at the school. As a tennis player, Hollister was the first player ever to represent Bloomsburg at the NCAA national championships, while also winning two PSAC singles and one doubles title. At the time of his graduation, Hollister's career record of 95-40 was good for fifth on the school's all-time winning percentage list. As SID he was honored 23 times for his publications, including eight "Best in the Nation" awards by the College Sports Information Directors of America. He served as President of the Board of Directors of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Sports Information Directors Association (ECAC-SIDA) and the PSAC Sports Information Directors.

Drew Hostetter '76-Inducted 2000

Hostetter was the first men's tennis standout at Bloomsburg. He compiled a mark of 81-18 playing at number one singles each of his four years. His winning percentage of 82 percent remains the best mark in school history 25 years later. Hostetter also helped the Huskies to a second place finish at the ECAC championships as a sophomore and senior and first place as a junior. He was named the winner of the Robert B. Redman Award as the top Senior Athlete in 1976 and graduated summa cum laude. Following graduation he won the Maryland State Clay Championship singles title in 1977 and was named as one of the top tennis players in Lancaster County in the 20th century by the Lancaster Area newspapers.

Roly Lamy '91--Inducted 2008

Lamy was a three-time All-American for the men's tennis team. He won four PSAC singles titles and two PSAC doubles titles. He was ranked 33rd in the country in 1988 and 1989, 17th in the 1990 season and sixth in 1991. He was also ranked second in the country in doubles in both 1988 and 1989, then sixth in 1990 and eighth in 1991. He was also winner of the 1990 Eastern Rolex Small College championship and posted a career record of 133-42 and holds the school record for most singles wins in a career.

Dave Superdock '83-Inducted 1993

Superdock was a four-year starter for Bloomsburg's nationally ranked men's tennis team. He helped the Huskies to conference championships in each of his four seasons. He compiled a record of 106-31, winning seven PSAC individual titles (4 singles, 3 double crowns). Superdock was also a three-time national qualifier earning All-American honors in both singles and doubles. He holds the Huskies' record for consecutive singles victories with 18 and was a two-time winner of the Team's Alumni Award. Superdock was a two-time NCAA Scholar/Athlete, the Arthur Ashe Award recipient in 1983 and the Top NCAA Division II Scholar/Athlete in 1983.