Coach Krulevitz headed to Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Tennis Head Coach Steve Krulevitz for placing in the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame for his outstanding achievements in tennis.

Steve Krulevitz made his mark in tennis nearly from the time the Park Heights native first picked up a racquet at age 7. He won seven straight boys' 12-and-under finals around the country and then became the youngest Maryland State Men's champion — at age 15. Turning pro in 1973 after four MSA singles titles at Park School and being an All-American at UCLA, Krulevitz was a top 100 player for nine consecutive years, reaching as high as No. 42. He played in 32 Grand Slam events and made the third round of the French Open, Australian Open, and Wimbledon. In 1984, he returned to the Baltimore area, where his tennis program has helped thousands of all ages find fun and fitness. Krulevitz's Greyhounds have won six straight MIAA titles at Gilman School.

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