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Brad Pierce ’90, a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, graduated with a B.A. degree in Psychology and English composition. Pierce earned four letters in tennis from 1986-90 and finished with a 61-26 singles record and 60-27 in doubles play. He captained the 1990 team that finished eighth at the NCAA Division III Championships and was the team’s most valuable player that season and in 1988. Pierce competed in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, was seeded fourth in singles in 1990 and earned all-America honors that year. As a senior, he finished 20-4 in singles, 17-6 in doubles and won both the Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference singles and doubles championships. His coach, Tom Cath ’76, described Pierce as “one of our best, mentally tough, terrific leader, totally team-oriented.” Pierce was also instrumental in organizing the DePauw Alumni Tennis Association (DATA). In February 2013, Pierce was awarded the Thomas Cath Cup from DATA for his contributions to DePauw’s tennis program.
After graduating from DePauw, Pierce continued his education at Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management and earned a M.B.A. in Marketing and Health Sciences. He currently serves as the Vice President of Marketing and Operations at Scanner Applications, Inc. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have two sons, Cooper and Graham. They reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.