Fighting Irish Athletics | September 9, 2016
University of Notre Dame alumnus and former Fighting Irish men’s tennis student-athlete Brian Hainline, M.D. (’78) will receive the highest honor bestowed by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association when he is presented with the 2016 ITA David A Benjamin Achievement Award on Saturday, September 10, at the International Tennis Hall of Fame Board of Governors Meeting at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York.
A three-time Monogram winner, Hainline is the NCAA’s first Chief Medical Officer.
He holds academic appointments as clinical professor of neurology at both New York University School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine, and was formerly a practicing physician as Chief of Neurology and Integrative Pain Medicine at ProHEALTH Care Associates in Lake Success, New York.
From 1992-97, he served as the Chief Medical officer for the U.S. Open Championships and, in 2008, was appointed Chief Medical Officer for the USTA.