Awards of Excellence Breakfast Featuring John McEnroe

Please join us to honor the achievements of our members and future professionals.

  • ASC Engineered Solutions Fun Run/Walk
  • Victaulic/Carrier Corporation Golf Tournament
  • NIBCO INC. Tennis & Pickleball Tournament
  • CNA/MCAA Safety Awards
  • MILWAUKEE TOOL Safety Professional of the Year
  • Alan P. O’Shea Memorial Scholarship
  • ATP Inspiring Future Leaders Scholarship
  • Foster McCarl, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Reilly Family Memorial Scholarship
  • Robert J. Durr, Sr. – UA/NCPWB Partnering Scholarship
  • William A. Bianco, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Thomas J. Wanner Scholarship
  • Viega – Joe Pikus Scholarship
  • Josam Endowed Scholarship
  • Trimble Estimating Scholarship
  • Ferguson Women in the Mechanical Industry Scholarship
  • DeWALT Patriot Scholarship
  • Educator of the Year
  • Student Chapter of the Year
  • MCAA Student Chapter Competition


Tennis legend John McEnroe embodies the American spirit. On and off the court, McEnroe has proven himself to be one of the most intriguing and controversial public figures of his time. Throughout his playing years, his bold and irreverent style made him, for many, a symbol for a generation of “rock n’ roll” athletes. He won his first Grand Slam singles title in 1979 when he captured the first of four U.S. Open Championships. In 1981, he took the first of his three Wimbledon singles titles, becoming the youngest #1 ranked male in the history of professional tennis. Since leaving the court, his unique commentary and style in the broadcast booth have garnered him national Sports Emmy nominations. He has written two bestsellers, all based on his trademark retort to the chair umpire: You Cannot Be Serious and But, Seriously. McEnroe is the Founder and Director of The Johnny Mac Tennis Project (JMTP), which changes young lives by removing the racial, economic and social barriers to success through tennis, and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy (JMTA).