USTA TENNIS ON CAMPUS
USTA College Team Tennis is a terrific way for former players to keep playing and bring along potential new players for a fun, coed team activity that’s competitive, physical and friendly. The program is a natural extension to a college or university's physical education tennis classes, intramurals/extramurals program or recreational league. Best of all, it's the chance to begin or continue another type education while in college, your tennis education!
The playing format of USTA Tennis on Campus is designed to be flexible, so it works on any campus and incorporates players of all ability levels and teams of all sizes. Two men and two women are all that is required to make a team. Beginning players may elect to concentrate on skill building and the social aspects of tennis, while more advanced players might opt to form club teams and compete against nearby schools.
The USTA Tennis on Campus program offers a great deal to students and the university:
- Social interaction and team camaraderie
- Emphasis on having fun with friends who want to learn and play tennis
- A terrific way to stay active or learn a new sport
- Eligibility for and travel stipends to the USA Team Tennis National Campus Championships
- An increase in the use of a university's tennis facilities
- Fosters more support for the school’s varsity tennis teams
Click here to visit the official site of USTA Tennis On Campus - www.tennisoncampus.com .
Click here to download the USTA Guide to Tennis On College Campuses.
For more information on USTA Tennis on Campus programs at the Intermountain Section level, contact Zak Arlen at email@example.com or (303) 695-4117, Ext. 227.
2016 INTERMOUNTAIN TOC CHAMPIONS
Gold Bracket Champions: University of Colorado Boulder (A) (above)
Twenty-one Intermountain Tennis on Campus (TOC) teams, representing 11 unique schools, participated in the 5th annual Intermountain TOC Sectional Championships March 4-5, 2016, in Salt Lake City. Congratulations to the following bracket champions:
Gold Bracket Champions:
University of Colorado Boulder (A)
Brigham Young University (left)
University of Colorado Boulder (B)
Utah State University (A)
Silver Bracket Champion:
Colorado School of Mines
University of Wyoming (A)
University of Utah (A) Fourth:
University of Northern Colorado (B)
Bronze Bracket Champion: Utah Valley University (B)
Finalis: University of Utah (B)
Third: University of Wyoming (B)
Fourth: Utah State University (C)
USTA Intermountain has three bids to Nationals. These must go to unique schools, so the bids go to CU-A, BYU and Utah State A (the top teams in the Gold Bracket, excluding CU-B ).
USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship will be held April 14-16 in Cary, NC. For more information, visit http://www.tennisoncampus.com/Events/USTATennisOnCampusNationalChampionship/.