The USTA Tennis On Campus Midwest Championship will be held from February 15-17, 2019 in Madison, Wisconsin. There will be 32 teams representing schools from across the USTA/Midwest Section. Top teams from this event will advance to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship in Surprise, Arizona which will be held from April 11-13, 2019.
All teams participating in the Midwest Championship must read the Hospitality, Rules and Eligibility Guidelines, as well as the NIRSA NCCS Rules and Regulations for the Championship.
2018 TOURNAMENT RESULTS | Scores
Check out the official results of the championship by CLICKING HERE. The following teams listed below will all represent the Midwest at Nationals! Good luck teams!
1st Place: University of Wisconsin 2nd Place: University of Illinois 3rd Place: Ohio State University 4th Place: University of Michigan 5th Place: University of Notre Dame 6th Place: Northwestern University 7th Place: Miami (OH) University Club Team of the Year: Kent State University Club Leader of the Year: Maria Zoompolas Sportsmanship Winner: University of Dayton
PHOTO GALLERY | @USTAMidwest
Photos of players competing throughout the tournament can be found on the USTA Midwest Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/USTAMidwest or by CLICKING HERE. Share your photos as well on social media using the hashtag #TennisOnCampus!
SOCIAL MEDIA | #TennisOnCampus
Share you championship journey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the #TennisOnCampus hashtag for your chance to win USTA Midwest selfie sticks, backpacks, shirts, cups and more! We'll be randomly selecting users all weekend who engage with the hashtag to win prizes, so start tagging NOW! And if you think the new Snapchat layout looks as bad as we do, make sure to liven up your photos/videos with our Midwest Tennis on Campus Championship filter!
The USTA Tennis On Campus Midwest Championship is a fun and competitive event for collegiate club and intramural tennis teams from across the USTA Midwest Section. The first event took place in 2002 with only 6 teams from 5 schools and, now, hosts 32 teams from 32 unique schools! The Championship, which uses the exciting, dynamic, and co-ed World TeamTennis format, is the conclusion to the year-long Midwest Tennis On Campus League. Teams who finish between 1st-5th place are granted automatic bids to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship and may receive a stipend from the USTA Midwest Section to attend the National Championship. In addition, the USTA Midwest Section also gives a stipend to the team receiving the USTA Midwest Tennis On Campus Club of the Year Award to attend the USTA Tennis On Campus Championship.
* Earned bid to 2017 National Championship