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Carol Hunter Weymuller
Class of 1970

The first woman to be inducted into the Bethany College Athletic Hall of Fame, Carol Hunter Weymuller was a member of the men's Varsity Tennis team during her four years at Bethany since there was no women's team at the time.

Throughout her Bison career, Weymuller played in the number one and number two singles positions and number one doubles with her brother, Kirk Hunter. Her freshman year, she won the PAC Championship in singles and doubles competition and was runner-up in the Eastern Intercollegiate tournaments. During her senior year, Weymuller was named an Outstanding College Athlete of America.

Weymuller continued to play tennis after her graduation from Bethany and was ranked the number one woman in New England tennis in 1970. In 1974, she was a champion of the U.S. Pro Tennis Association. Since 1977, Weymuller has played squash and has been a member of the U.S. team, competing in championships in England, Canada, and Australia.

Weymuller has served as president of the women's division of the U.S. Squash Association and teaches tennis and squash in Rochester, N.Y., at the Genesee Valley Club.