Men's Tennis, 1997-01
A two-time (2000 and 2001) Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-America and a three-time (1999-01) All-GLIAC First-Team performer, Krbec was part of FSU's 2001 NCAA Division II World Team Tennis Championship team and was a member of three consecutive Bulldog teams to earn NCAA Tournament berths. A Prague, Czech Republic native, Krbec teamed up to capture the national doubles championship at the 1999 Rolex "Super Bowl" of Small College Tennis in Memphis, Tenn. The two-time (1997-98 and 1999-00) GLIAC singles champion along with fellow Czech Republic teammate Jan Talian combined to form the nation's top-ranked doubles team for the 1999-00 campaign with an impressive 42-4 record. Krbec, a three-time (1998-00) team Most Valuable Player Award honoree, would also be part of the nation's top-rated doubles team in the final 2000 and 2001 ITA NCAA-II Rankings. He presently is FSU's career records holder for most singles victories (103), doubles wins (123) and combined singles/doubles victories (226). A four-year (1997-01) letterwinner, Krbec was chosen as the recipient of the 2001 Midwest Region Tennis Magazine/ITA Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship. He currently is the head tennis professional at the Miramont Lifestyle Fitness in Fort Collins, Colo.