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2009 USTA National Campus Championship
|2009 USTA National Campus Championship - At The Event|
Pool Play Results
Full Results Book
|News and Notes: Check out the news and notes from Day 1, Day 2, and the morning of Day 3 at the 2009 USTA National Campus Championship.|
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2009 USTA National Campus Championship - Day 2 Recap
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|2009 USTA National Campus Championship|
|Date:||April 16-18, 2009
|Venue:||Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex|
|Local Information:||Click Here|
|2009 USTA National Campus Championship - Other Information|
2009 USTA National Campus Championship Captains Newsletter
• 2009 Waiver
• 2009 Personal Release
• 2009 Code of Conduct
• 2009 Player Match History
April 15, 2009 - Travel, Team Registration, MANDATORY Coaches/Team Representative Meeting (7pm)
April 16, 2009 - Team Play (first matches begin at 8am, plan accordingly)
April 17, 2009 - Team Play
April 18, 2009 - Team Play, Players/Awards Banquet
|Surface: Hard Courts|
The USTA National Campus Championship uses the World TeamTennis format. A match consists of five no-ad sets and includes men's singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles. Each no-ad set is won by the first team to reach six games - a nine-point tiebreaker will be played at five games all in any set. Teams will play "Round Robin"/"Pool Play" and then advance into bracket play. Teams are guaranteed four matches (if the tournament limit of 64 teams is reached).
|Securing A Bid:|
Teams can secure a bid in the 64 team field in two ways. The first way is to earn an automatic bid through their respective USTA Section; contact your USTA Section's Tennis On Campus Coordinator for more information specific to your USTA Section. The second way is by securing an at-large/first-come, first-serve bid. For more information on entry priority and at-large/first-come, first-serve bids, please see above. Only one team per school will be granted a berth into the Championship.
|Teams: Minimum of 4 players (2 men, 2 women); maximum of 10 players.|
|Rules Of Note:|
• All rostered players must have played in two events representing their team/school in the same academic year and prior to the USTA National Campus Championship. An event is considered a dual match, a tournament, or a USTA Campus Championship - Section Event.
• A player may play in only two sets per match, whether as a starter or a substitute (excluding the supertiebreaker).
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|2009 USTA National Campus Championship - Registration Information|
|Entries Have Closed||Entry Deadline: March 15, 2009||Entry Fee: $250|
|Entry fee, play history, and team roster are the only required items for initial sign-up. Teams will be able to change their roster until March 15, 2009. After this date, rosters will be frozen and changes will only be able to be made with approval of the tournament director (Valerie McCutchan).|
Enrollment verification forms will be sent via e-mail to team representatives on March 20. This form will need all participants' signatures, and must also be signed by the sport club director and university registrar. If it takes more than three weeks to get your university registrar's signature, contact Valerie McCutchan upon your initial registration.
|Selection Priority For 2009 USTA National Campus Championship|
1) USTA Section automatic bid winners (contact your USTA Section's Tennis On Campus Coordinator for more information)
2) At-large/first-come, first-serve (teams participating in their respective USTA Campus Championship - Section Event in the current academic year and who have played at least two prior matches)
3) At-large/first-come, first-serve (teams not participating in their respective USTA Campus Championship - Section Event in the current academic year and who have played at least two prior matches)
4) At-large/first-come, first serve
*Teams will be notified of their USTA National Campus Championship status after their respective USTA Campus Championship - Section Event has been held.