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Athletic Hall of Fame

Scott Milener

Scott Milener


At Rochester:

  • Earned four letters in tennis
  • Team Captain his junior and senior years
  • Led UR to 2 top 10 finishes including a 5th place finish in 1987 and a 7th place finish in 1990
  • Played in the #1 position in doubles and singles
  • Four-time NCAA All-American
  • Ranked top-10 individually in the NCAA Division III national rankings all 4 years
  • Ranked #1 in the nation in doubles and #2 in the nation in singles in 1988
  • Reached the NCAA finals in singles in 1988 and in doubles in 1990
  • Won the first ever UAA singles competition and placed 2nd in doubles
  • UAA Most Valuable Player in 1988
  • Written about in the Rochester Review for his success in tennis
  • BA in economics in 1990 with an Undergraduate Management Certificate from the Simon School
  • Member of the Dean's List
  • Founder of the Foreign Language Living Program
  • Recipient of the Seth and Harriet Terry Prize for Scholastic Achievement and the Senior Student Life Award for Outstanding Contribution to the University


  • Founded BulletProof Software Corp., a pioneer of Java-powered internet and enterprise software in 1996
  • Sr. director of business development at eVoice, Inc. before it was bought by AOL Time Warner
  • Headed sales and partnering in North America and Europe for Enuvis
  • Currently senior advisor to the mobile entertainment company PhoneBites, Inc.
  • CEO of Browster, Inc.