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Art Tetzlaff
Basketball and Tennis, 1967-72

One of the last two-sport athletes, Tetzlaff lettered in both basketball (1967-71) and tennis (1968, 70-72). In basketball, he ranks 11th among FSU's all-time scorers with 1,370 points and is third all-time in rebounding. The Big Rapids native was a two-time (1968-69, 1969-70) NAIA District 23 Honorable Mention selection and led the 1968-69 squad with 9.5 rebounds per game. The two-time co-captain played under Coach Jim Wink as FSU registered a 59-37 record during his four-years, including a 20-8 mark in his senior year. In tennis, Tetzlaff was Ferris' MVP three straight years, won the NAIA District 23 title three years to qualify for the NAIA National Tournament, and once advanced to the final 16. He played No. 1 singles and doubles all four years. He won both the NAIA District 23 singles and doubles titles in 1972 en route to posting a 22-3 singles mark. A three-time team captain, Tetzlaff compiled a 60-8 career singles mark. He works as an engineering administrator.

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