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NCAA Isn’t the Only Game on Campus

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NCAA tennis isn’t for everyone. But that doesn’t mean everyone can’t play college tennis! Tennis On Campus is a great program that is continuing to grow by leaps and bounds. If your junior is looking for a way to stay involved in the game but isn’t ready or willing to commit to the rigors of NCAA tennis, please have him/her research the TOC options at the schools on his/her wish list!

And, now, this word from USTA:

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced the 48 coed intramural and club tennis teams, representing colleges and universities throughout the country, have been selected to compete at the fifth annual USTA Tennis On Campus (TOC) Fall Invitational at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center in Hilton Head Island, S.C. The event, taking place Oct. 9-11, serves as the national kickoff for the Tennis On Campus season and provides a great opportunity for students to compete for their colleges and universities.

In last year’s final, the University of Florida beat Auburn University, 25-18.

The winner and runner-up from the tournament will qualify for an automatic bid to compete for the national title at the 2016 USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship, to be held April 14-16, 2016, in Cary, N.C.

Armstrong State University

Auburn University

Boston College

Clemson University

Coastal Carolina University

College of William & Mary

Colorado School of Mines

Cornell University

Duke University

Elon University

Ferris State University

Furman University

Georgia College

Georgia Southern University

Georgia Tech

Harvard University

James Madison University

Johns Hopkins University

Kennesaw State University

Louisiana State University

Mercer University

North Carolina State University

Northwestern University

Ohio State University

Ohio University

Old Dominion University

University of Alabama

University of Central Florida

University of Cincinnati

University of Connecticut

University of Dayton

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Kentucky

University of New Hampshire

Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pittsburgh

University of South Carolina

Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville

Univ. of Tennessee, Chattanooga

University of Toledo

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Vanderbilt University

Villanova University

Virginia Tech University

Wake Forest University

Washington Univ., St. Louis

Following the tournament, schools will continue to compete within the USTA’s 17 regional sections.

USTA Tennis On Campus is designed to increase recreational tennis participation and provide socially competitive coed team play for students on college campuses. The USTA Tennis On Campus program features more than 35,000 college students competing nationwide in intramural and intercollegiate coed club play using the World TeamTennis format.

Since its inception in 2000, Tennis On Campus has grown significantly and today is played on more than 650 college campuses across the country. Developed by the USTA in partnership with NIRSA, World TeamTennis and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, the Tennis On Campus program gives college students the opportunity to build leadership skills, network in a coed sports environment and compete on a college team without the rigors of playing in a varsity program. With year-round match play and regional and national championship competition, students maintain active and healthy lifestyles through their college years. For more information, go to


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