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NIRSA USTA Tennis on Campus National Championships
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National Championships

21st Annual USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship

April 2-4, 2020 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida

Updated: March 13, 3:00pm PST

Due to the heightened concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, the USTA is suspending all USTA sanctioned events. This includes, but is not limited to, the USTA TOC National Championship, April 2-4 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.

The NIRSA Championship Series leadership, NIRSA HQ, and the NIRSA Services Corporation Board has been monitoring the precautions from NIRSA member institutions and health organizations regarding travel and social distancing and support this decision from our long term partner. The health, safety, and wellbeing of participants, volunteers, staff and fans are the foremost concern.

2019 Tournament Results Booklet

2019 Results Booklet

Thank you to all participants!

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2019 Tournament Program

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2019 Tournament Program

2018 Tennis On Campus National Championships Results

2017 Results Booklet
2018 Results

Livestream
Final Match -Watch Live April 14

2017 Results

Thank you to all of the volunteers and supporters of the 18th Annual USTA Tennis On Campus National Championships. Congratulations to the champions – as well as all participants.

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2017 Results Booklet

Schedule

  • Wednesday, April 1:

    5:00pm-7:00pm — Team Check-in

    7:00pm-8:00pm — Mandatory Coaches/Team Rep Meeting

  • Thursday, April 2:

    Team Play — first Match at 8am, plan accordingly.

  • Friday, April 3:

    Team Play

  • Saturday, April 4:

    Team Play — all teams will have matches on Saturday

    5:00pm — Bar-b-que and games

    6:00pm — Final Match

    Awards following the match

Entry Fees

Entry Fee: $250.00

Roster Deadline: March 13, 2020

Entry fee, team rep contact information and roster information for one player will be the only items needed for the initial sign-up (pre-registration). Registration link will be emailed to team rep. Teams will be able to change roster up until March 13, 2020. After this date roster will be frozen and changes can only be made with approvals from tournament co-director Valerie McCutchan. Enrollment verification forms will be sent via email to team reps by March 20 this form will need all participants signatures, and must be signed by sport club director and the university registrar.

Teams must qualify at their USTA TOC Sectionals Championship or receive a bid from another TOC tournament.

For more information, contact Valerie McCutchan.

Qualifying

Each USTA Sectional Championship has a set number of bids, please review for dates of your TOC section event. Only one team per school will be allowed in the championship.

Tournament Format

WORLD TEAM TENNIS format.
Teams will play “Round Robin” or “Pool Play” and then advance into bracket play – compass draw. Teams are guaranteed seven matches (if all teams show up for scheduled matches). All teams will have matches on Saturday. A match consists of no-ad sets and includes men’s singles and doubles, women’s singles and doubles and one mixed double.

Rules for 2020

All rostered players must have a played in TWO events representing their team/ school in the same academic year and prior to the USTA Campus Championship. An event is considered a dual match, a tournament, or a USTA Campus Championship – Sectional event.

A player may play in only two sets per match, whether as a starter or a substitute (excluding the Super tiebreaker)

Teams

Minimum of 4 players (2 men, 2 women); maximum 10 players

Hotel, Travel, & Car Rentals

The tournament hotel and car info can be found on the USTA website.

USTA Website – Hotel Information

Insurance Options

Relation Insurance offers coverage options for individual health, dental, vision, and travel insurance.

Relation Insurance Information

Need more information?

Questions about the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship can be directed to the NIRSA Director of National Sport Programs, Valerie McCutchan.

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