Game 304 | March 17, 1983 | Jerry Noyce
A Dunkers member since 1992, Noyce spent 15 years as Men's Tennis Coach at the University of Minnesota. His teams won three Big Ten conference titles, and, in 1986 he was honored as the National Division 1 "Tennis Coach of the Year." At Minnesota he started the U of M Baseline Club, which has endowed all the tennis scholarships while providing key money for the construction of a new on-campus tennis facility.

Game 344 | August 13, 2009 | John Anderson, Jerry Noyce
The Dairy Queen Classic, in its third year in 1987, was becoming one of the top invitational college baseball tournaments in the nation. That year's field was one of the best with Team Cuba winning three of four games from a f!eld that included Minnesota, Maine, Michigan and UCLA. Noyce's-1986 tennis team won the Big Ten title and finished in the top 10 nationally, winning him National Coach of the Year honors.

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