The 52nd St. Joseph Valley Open will be held in the IUSB Student Activities Center on March 12th & 13th using 32 Butterfly and Donic tables and an uncounted number of Butterfly G40+ balls. SBTTC will be offering 27 events over the 2 days and we look forward to seeing all of you during that time. As you have been reminded several times this is a volunteer effort and is the lifeline for our Juniors Program.

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The SJVO remains one of the longest running tourneys in the COUNTRY, has been computerized / time scheduled since restarting in 1993 and is played at the IUSB SAC. The facility boasts wood flooring, 35' high ceilings and great lighting.

  SBTTC Junior Dionta (above) has played in 7 tournaments over the past 2 years and is rated at 1455.

Marty began his tournament play in the 2015 SJVO and has played in a total of 5 tournaments while achieving a rating of 1841. WOWSER!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Above Left - Dion has been playing for 2 years and participated in 7 tourneys to secure a 1716 rating!!

Above Right - Dominique started play in last years SJVO and has played very well in his last 2 tourneys.

 

Mark has won 9 SJVO Singles Crowns, but fell to Yi Chi Zhang in the finals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Above Left - Lindenwood University has sent many strong teams to the SJVO and we look forward to seeing them again this year.

Above Right - Jun Gu won the Women's singles and progressed in the Open Singles until falling to Yi Chi Zhang.

Yi Chi Zhang from Mississippi College won the Open Singles title in 2015. Yi along with Cheng Li & Tong Zhang will be returning this year.

 

Pam Hazinski (Mark's Mom) was awarded the Virgil Miller award in 2015 by Coach Seemiller and President Steve Betts. The Virgil Miller award is presented annually to a volunteer who over a period of time contributes to the success of SBTTC. Pam exemplifies that not only through her support of Mark, but as a SJVO volunteer beginning in 1993 and over the last several years serving on our Board Of Directors. Our thanks for everything!!