2015 USTA Tennis On Campus New England Championships
The USTA Tennis On Campus New England Championships were held on October 17th and 18th, 2015 at Harvard University. Click here for the wrap up story and pictures. Congratulations to our champions for the third year in a row, Northeastern University! Boston College, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Yale University and UMass Amherst placed 2-6 respectively to join Northeastern representing New England at the 2016 Nationals on April 14-16 in Cary, North Carolina.
Check out the Tennis On Campus Video – click here.
Welcome to the USTA’s Tennis On Campus program!
The USTA’s Tennis On Campus program is designed to provide college students with opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking, and rivaled competition through tennis without the rigors of a varsity program. Perfect for athletes who have chosen not to make the jump from high school to college varsity, Tennis On Campus offers co-ed team-based play, regional and national championship competition, and helps students maintain active and healthy lifestyles through their college years. Currently, the program is offered on over 500 college campuses and services over 30,000 students.
What is Tennis On Campus?
The USTA Tennis On Campus program is anything and everything recreational tennis on college campuses across the country. This includes sport club tennis teams, intramural tennis leagues and tournaments, recreational classes, and physical education classes. While all pieces of recreational college tennis are important, much of the Tennis On Campus program is focused on sport club tennis teams, like the USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship, USTA Tennis on Campus Section Championship - New England, and many of the other Tennis On Campus events.
Tennis On Campus Leagues and Series, Club Tennis Tournaments, and Extramural Play
A variety of additional play opportunities are available for Tennis On Campus participants. There are currently 28 teams participating in the New England Tennis On Campus League in dual matches and tournaments all year. In addition, there is a growing list of Other Tennis On Campus Events throughout the country, which are primarily student run club tennis team events, to help keep you and your teammates playing year round!
On Campus Play
All across the country, college students are becoming a part of exciting co-ed tennis action that keeps their competitive fire burning and offers some serious fun, too! If you played tennis on your high school team and miss the competition, or if you’re new to tennis and are just looking to meet some friends who share the same interest – this is it!
If you’re an individual looking to join the program at your school or a club tennis team looking to set up a match with other club tennis teams, you’re in the right place. Check out the list of Tennis On Campus Programs and get in touch with the program of your choice directly! If there isn't a program at your school, we'll help you set one up - just email Sarah Rice, USTA New England’s Tennis On Campus Coordinator.
Have a question about the Tennis On Campus program? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championship - New England
Each of the USTA’s 17 sections offers a USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championship in their respective region of the country. Designed to provide a competitive play opportunity "closer to home," these high quality events help pull teams together for a fun-filled weekend of co-ed team play, social networking, and leadership development.
Over the years, these events have grown in number, size, and quality, and have continually been linked to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship. Club tennis teams in New England can gain entry to the USTA Tennis on Campus Section Championship - New England by contacting the Tennis On Campus Coordinator, Sarah Rice, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship
The USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship is the pinnacle of the Tennis On Campus program. Hosted in partnership by the USTA, National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), World TeamTennis (WTT), and Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA), this venue features 64 college and university co-ed teams competing for bragging rights and the illustrious title of National Champion. Club Tennis Teams can qualify for a bid to the USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship through participation in their USTA Tennis on Campus Section Championship or by applying for an at-large/first-come, first serve bid.