College Tennis


Don't Wait Until College to Play Against College Players!

  • A USTA Player Development Program, Campus Showdowns are one day, short format tournaments open to EVERYONE - juniors, college players, professionals, and adults. 
  • Campus showdowns will be "level based" and players will be organized based on their rating.
  • Many of the events with women’s teams will be coed – and a great opportunity for everyone.
  • The tournaments are run on college campuses and the fee is nominal for a full day of tennis.
  • Register on TennisLink. Fees will be collected by the college coach.
  • Draws will not be posted online as they usually are for tournaments. Arrive at the posted start time. Players will a full day of tennis – both singles and doubles
  • These tournaments are non-sanctioned, non-ranking events. They are age blind – and our coed events are gender blind. IT’S ALL ABOUT TENNIS!
  • Don’t have to wait until college – to play against a college player! Showdowns are a great opportunity to play on the varsity courts against some new competition and also meet the players and coaches, and check out the campus.
Sunday, November 13th, 2016 Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center - University of the Pacific Ryan Redondo Stockton, CA Thursday, November 10th at 5:00 PM $10 Male division only. First 32 male registrants to email Ryan will get in. Must have a UTR level of 11.5 or higher.

Check back often as additional dates and locations to be added.

Benefits of Campus Showdowns:

  • COMPETITION: Giving junior and college players opportunities for more competition--on their college campuses AND within NCAA rules.
  • EXPOSURE: Getting more American junior players on college campuses—giving them a taste of college life and a chance to compete against college players.
  • 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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