Dan Magill, Georgia, inducted in 1981
- Head tennis coach at the University of Georgia for 34 years with a 706-183 record, making him the winningest coach in NCAA Division I history.
- His teams won 13 Southeastern Conference Titles and two National Team Championships.
- Brought the ITA Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame to Athens, Georgia in 1984.
- Relinquished his head coaching job in 1988 to become Georgia’s Director of Tennis.
- Member of the Chi Phi Fraternity before entering the Marine Corps during WWII.
- Received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from UGA and wrote for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
- Married Rosemary Reynaud from New Orleans and has three children.