Bryan Whittaker (Men's Tennis, 1989-92, Lake HS) lettered four times, mostly at first singles for the Cavs. Bryan was a two-time first team All-District 22 selection and was tabbed as Walsh's Co-Male Athlete of the Year in 1992. Whittaker was 8-3 at first and second singles as a freshman. The final three years Bryan played exclusively at first singles. He finished 17-8 as a sophomore, 16-7 as a junior and 17-8 his senior year. He posted a 58-26 career singles mark. He was team MVP four times, and was a NAIA Scholar-Athlete in 1991 and 1992. At the time of Brian's graduation, he was the all-time leader in wins at the first singles slot with 56, breaking the record of Dave Thomas (51). It is a record that he still holds today.