Results: 95 Record(s) Found.

Touching Tennis Tribute Held for Alpine Hills Member

Leading a team is often just one of many responsibilities for USTA League captains, and Bev Wheat was no exception. Wheat constantly juggled working as a cancer nurse for nearly four decades, helping with the school her sons attended, playing tennis at Alpine Hills Tennis Club in Portola Valley and, of course, captaining or co-captaining multiple League teams. So when Wheat passed away on October 3 after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer, a diverse group of friends wanted to honor... Read More

NorCal Women's 55 USTA Intersectional Team Wins the Bronze Medal in Boca Raton

The 2015 USTA National Women's Intersectional Team Event was played on November 9-15, 2015 at The Swim & Racquet Center in Boca Raton Florida. The USTA National Women's Intersectional Team Event brings the top women players from many USTA sections together for a time of good competition and camaraderie. The divisions at the 2015 Intersectional event included Women’s 35, 45, 55, 65, 65, and 80’s. NorCal sent a Women’s 55s, 65s, and 75s team. Read More

USTA Launches Tenis Para Todos

USTA has launched a new web site for Spanish speakers called, to help provide a wealth of information about tennis and USTA in Spanish. This new initiative builds on the organization’s already strong focus on diversity. The website features videos from Gigi Fernandez exalting the benefits of tennis for youngsters and families alike. Through "Tenis Para Todos”, one can connect with sections from across USTA. Read More

2015 USTA NorCal Champions of Character Recipients Named

The USTA Northern California Diversity and Inclusion Committee named the 2014 recipients of the Champions of Character scholarships which support the Level One strategic priority of Diversity with a Multicultural focus. These four scholarships are offered to support and encourage multicultural participation among high school students entering college. Read More

NorCal Mother-Daughter Duos Shine at National Hard Court Championships

The 2015 USTA National Mother-Daughter Hard Court Championships, featuring Open, Senior and Super Senior divisions, took place November 6-8 at Walden Racquet Club in Montgomery, Texas. USTA NorCal was well represented at this tournament with four doubles teams that contained NorCal players. Read More

2016-2017 USTA Northern California Board of Directors Elected

The United States Tennis Association, Northern California section is pleased to announce the results for the 2015 election of Directors, for USTA NorCal, for the 2016-2017 term. They will join these members of the Board of Directors, whose terms will expire in November 2016. Read More

Adult Tournaments Tentative Final Rankings for 2015

Tentative Final Rankings have been published to allow players the opportunity to review their ranking and let USTA NorCal know if they believe there is an inaccuracy. The deadline for communicating such issues to USTA NorCal is Friday, November 27, 2015. At that point, the Final Rankings will be published with no further opportunity for change. Final Rankings are included in the USTA Yearbook and the Inside Tennis Yearbook, however USTA NorCal does not control how much information is published Read More

2015 Diversity Spotlight - Hispanic Heritage Month

USTA NorCal is proud to honor this exhibit produced by the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum called ¡Vive el Tenis!: Common Threads Different Peoples. It explores the different paths tennis has taken from its European roots and the links that continue to connect tennis in the United States with the game in South and Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Read More

Golden Bears Win Tennis On Campus Sectional Title

The UC Berkeley Golden Bears are off to defend their national championship after winning the 2015 Tennis On Campus Sectional Championships in Stanford, Calif., Oct. 31-Nov. 1. The reigning-champion Bears picked up their fifth-straight Sectional title by winning over finalist Stanford and look to continue their success on the national level after winning four titles in the last six years (2010, 2012, and 2014). Read More

Regional Future Tennis Champions (RFTC)

The Regional Future Tennis Champions are team events for players who are under the age of 12. Each Regional tournament is comprised of separate ball color levels (Red, Orange and Green) and a set amount of teams depending on the ball color levels offered at the host facility for that specific RFTC. For instance, a facility can host Red and Orange only and programs/facilities can choose to send a Red and/or Orange team to the event. The top four teams from each event will qualify for the end of t​ Read More
Results: 95 Record(s) Found.
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