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The 2006 US Nationals

March 2006

Concourse Athletic Club currently has three national champions after the tournament at Yale’s Payne Whitney facility on March 17-19. ANDRE MAUR won the 35s, DINIAR ALIKHAN won the 45s, and MICHAEL GOUGH repeated as national 65s champion. To my knowledge, Concourse Athletic Club has more national champions than any other club in the country.

Andre defeated John Musto 3-1 in the final, winning his first U.S. title. Michael accomplished a three-peat of his national title without losing a game. Diniar defeated Dayton’s Mark Brady 3-0 and added the 45s (without losing a game) to his 2001 40+, 1996 35+, age group titles and his 1998 6.0, his 1996 5.5, and his 1985 (HB) 35+B skill level titles (Whew).

National Champs Gough, Alikhan, and Maur Also, Michelle Quibell, two-time U.S. Intercollegiate Champion, and winner of seven international National Championships, including 2 U.S. Nationals, turned pro and reached the final of the U.S. Closed Women's Championships, defeating Meredith Quick in the semis and losing to 8-time Champion Latasha Khan in the finals.

Other Atlanta travelers included Alladin Mitha (finished 3rd in 55s), Carla Pineda (won the Women’s 3.0 consolations), Peter Kelly (played to the quarters of the S.L. Green consolations, finishing 12th in the country), Tom Rumpler (finished 7th in the 50s), Jim Wellman, Dave Bridges, Mark Bertram, Lisa Teer, Murray Gilman, John O’Donnell, David Espinosa, and Tom DeLange.