Campus Kids' Days


Campus Kids' Days: What Are They?

Parents, bring your kids to see the fun and excitement of varsity tennis competition first hand. Campus Kids Days are great opportunities to expose more junior players (and their parents and coaches) to college tennis varsity team matches. Check out the team, check out the campus and take in the added activities that the coaches have planned for Campus Kids' Day.
Many of the Northern California collegiate campus' participate in USTA Campus Kids' Days. NCAA rules prohibit high school students (grades 9-12) from participating in the extra Kids Day activities, but can certainly come enjoy the tennis match.

Food and refreshments will be provided. Opportunities to get out on the courts, watch exhibition matches, listen to the coaches talk strategy, contests, raffles, prizes and more! And everything is free!

Bring your junior tennis player and come cheer for the home team. College varsity tennis is high level competition played in front of a crowd more often found at a hockey or basketball game! Yell, chant, cheer, it's a lot of fun!

2017 Northern California Campus Kids' Days




  • Player Development: Getting more junior players (the future college stars) on college campuses at a young age—exposing them to the fun and excitement of college tennis.
  • Cheer for the Home Team: Sitting in the stands of a collegiate tennis match is the most fun and excitement you'll ever experience as a tennis fan. The students are loud and involved with every point!
  • Community Outreach & Advocacy: Helping build stronger ties between college programs and the local tennis community.

If you have questions or need more information, please contact the person listed with the event or contact USTA NorCal Player Development Specialist, Beth Workeneh.
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