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Mitchell Dell Sprengelmeyer 

1993 Graduate of West Florence High School

1997 Graduate of Clemson University in Business

2004 Graduate of Duke Law School

Won 2 Individual State Championships as West Florence

Made All Region 5 years

Elected to All State Team 3 years

Player of the Year 1991 & 1993

All ACC 3 times at Clemson

1996 Doubles All American at Clemson

1997 Singles All American at Clemson

1997 ACC Player of the Year

1997 ITA Player of the Year and winner of the Van Nostrand Memorial award; only player in history to win both National awards

Played Professional Tennis from 1997-2001 and was Nationally ranked

2001 ATP Tour World Doubles Ranking of 92

Runner up Mens Double in Newport Hall of Fame Tournament

Winner of Men's Doubles Venice Open in 2001

Round of 32 French Open 2001

Third Place in National Senior Father-Son Clay Courts Championship in 2006

Is one of only five individuals in history from South Carolina to play Professional Tennis

GTE/CoSida Academic All American 2nd Team - 3.58 GPR

At Clemson, he finished with the 4th best season singles record in school history, 10th in total singles wins, 8th in doubles wins, and the 11th player with more than 100 wins in both singles and doubles