MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – The winners of the 15th annual WVU Medicine University Healthcare Foundation Frank Sabado, Jr, M.D., Tennis Classic, which raised $14,500 in net proceeds to fund scholarships and benefit WVU Medicine East, were recently announced.

Winners of the 2018 WVU Medicine Frank Sabado, Jr, MD Tennis Classic are pictured from left to right with tournament officials:  Tournament Co-Chair Ernie Agbayani, M.D., Men’s Champion Brian Romine, Men’s Finalist/Most Aces Scott Smith, Women’s Finalist Amy Rush, Women’s Champion Katelyn Mumaw, and Retha Sabado.
Winners of the 2018 WVU Medicine Frank Sabado, Jr., M.D., Tennis Classic are pictured from left to right with tournament officials: Tournament Co-Chair Ernie Agbayani, M.D., Men’s Champion Brian Romine, Men’s Finalist/Most Aces Scott Smith, Women’s Finalist Amy Rush, Women’s Champion Katelyn Mumaw, and Retha Sabado.

The champions were Brian Romine in the men’s division and Katelyn Mumaw in the women’s division. Finishing as finalists were Scott Smith in the men’s division and Amy Rush in the women’s division. Smith also had the most aces.   

The University Healthcare Foundation sponsors this annual fall fundraising event along with a group of local physicians and community leaders who serve on the organizing committee. Ernie Agbayani, M.D., and Roberto Reyna, M.D., served as this year’s co-chairs.  

Since the tournament was established in 2004, more than $200,000 has been raised to fund patient care equipment at Berkeley Medical Center and most recently a scholarship for area students studying pre-med.

The tennis classic is held annually, the second Saturday in September. For more information, call 304-264-1223.

For more information: Teresa McCabe, Vice President of Marketing & Development, 304-264-1223