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Results: 52 Record(s) Found.

Greater Vallejo wins Mixed 40 and Over National Invitational


The Northern California team representing the Greater Vallejo Tennis Association won the 7.0 Mixed National Invitational beating the Hawaii hometown favorite by a score of 2-1. The Greater Vallejo T.A. team plays at Castlewood Park and was captained by Ron Tabtab and co-captained by Frederick Crescenio.​ Read More
 

Tiafoe, Bellis prevail In Easter Bowl finals

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No. 1 seed Francis Tiafoe won a tense match in the boys' 18s singles final of the ASIC Easter Bowl, while No. 4 seed Cici Bells won the girls' 18s singles title to complete the Int'l Spring Championships-Easter Bowl sweep. Read More
 

UC Berkeley wins 2014 Tennis On Campus title

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The UC Berkeley Golden Bears are bringing the Tennis On Campus National Championship back to the West Coast, celebrating their third title in the last five years by defeating the University of Florida Gators by a final score of 27-13. Read More
 

2014 Diversity Spotlight: Asian American Heritage Month

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In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the United States of the first Japanese immigrants (May 7, 1843) and contributions of Chinese workers to the building of the transcontinental railroad, completed on May 10, 1869. In 1992, Congress expanded the observance to a month long celebration. Read More
 

Guarantee your spot in this year’s NYC Marathon


For the 3rd consecutive year, USTA Serves is an Official Charity Partner in the 2014 NYC Marathon. We are looking for runners who will dedicate their marathon experience to supporting our mission. The funds raised by the runner from USTA NorCal will be allocated to local programs through Serves bi-annual grant process. Read More
 

Laney College Men Takes National Championship

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A USTA NorCal team from Laney College in Oakland captured the national title at the USTA League Adult 55 & Over 6.0 National Championships held at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Surprise, Ariz.​ Read More
 

Bellis, Nakagwa prevail in USTA International Spring Championships

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CiCi Bellis and Naoki Nakagawa took home the 18s trophies at the USTA International Spring Championships in Carson, Calif., with the 14-year-old Bellis cruising to the title and Nakagawa holding off top seed Francis Tiafoe in a third-set tiebreak. Read More
 

Miller, McNally win 16s titles at International Spring Championships

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Alaina Miller and John McNally captured the girls' and boys' 16s singles titles, respectively, at the International Spring Championships, while the 18s singles finals were set. Read More
 

2014 USTA Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame: Rich Anderson

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Anderson, a standout player and college coach, had built a powerhouse tennis program at Canada College. From 1971 through 1983, the school won 11 conference titles, eight NorCal championships and eight state championships. Read More
 

2014 USTA Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame: John Hubbell

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In 1975, after John Hubbell received a full tennis scholarship to Cal Berkeley, his dad built a tennis court at their home. "I've been teaching on it ever since they built it," said Hubbell, now 58. John Hubbell has gained a national reputation as one of the top teaching pros in the business, achieving success with students at the junior, collegiate and professional levels. Hubbell's parents, avid players, helped nurture his love of the game. Read More
 
Results: 52 Record(s) Found.
 
 
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