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2011 USTA National Campus Championship

 
2011 USTA National Campus Championship
Date: April 7-9, 2011 (Facebook Event!) Cary Tennis Park Stadium Court - 2008 USTA National Campus Championship
Venue: Cary Tennis Park
Cary, North Carolina
Contact: Valerie McCutchan
(541) 766-8211
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2011 USTA National Campus Championship Results
2011 USTA National Campus Championship Results
2011 USTA National Campus Championship - News & Photos
News

Finals Recap - Champions Crowned (USTA.com) UCLA defeated the University of Florida 30-19 in Saturday’s championship match.  This was the 1st national title for the Bruins squad and their 7th appearance at the National Campus Championship.  Click here for more. 

Day 2 Recap - Semifinals Set (USTA.com)
As day 2 begins to wind down a few familiar faces have found their way to the semifinals. With a repeat of last year, all teams who advanced in 2010 will be advancing again this time around. University of Central Florida, UCLA, UC - Berkeley, and the University of Florida have all battled their way through the gold braket. Click here for more. 

The Sport of a Lifetime (USTA.com) Success can be achieved in a variety of ways. For the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Tennis On Campus club tennis team, success came as a result of their childhood friendships on the court. Click here to learn more about their success story.

A Life-Changing Opportunity (USTA.com) Valerie Collins, a member of the Towson University Club Team, won’t be competing at Nationals this year but she has already proven to be a success and might just argue that the Championship isn’t the most exciting part; the most exciting part for her is being able to play tennis at all. Click here to learn more about her story.

Cary Kickoff - Day 1 Recap (USTA.com) The 12th annual Tennis On Campus National Championship is underway as the top club tennis teams from around the country have gathered in North Carolina at the Cary Tennis Center for an unforgettable weekend of tennis. Click here to read all about the days events.

Leading By Example - Q&A Tennis On Campus Club Leader of the Year (USTA.com) The 2010-2011 Tennis On Campus Leader of the Year, Ross Friedman, has been a driving force in the success of his club team. In his few short years with the program he has been successful in transforming his teammates both on and off the court. Click here for more!

A Whole New Ball Game (USTA.com) At this year's National Campus Championship the over 500 Tennis On Campus players won't be the only showing off their tennis skills. Click here for more.


Photos
Check out photos from Day 1 at the TOC National Championship in the 2011 USTA National Campus Championship Photo Gallery.

University of Oklahoma Club Tennis Team Pennant

2011 USTA National Campus Championship News
Championship Spotlight: Florida State University Club Tennis Team (USTA.com)  Florida State University Club Tennis Team president, Agustina Colombo, recently spoke with USTA.com about her team's preparations for the 2011 USTA National Campus Championship, their rivalry with the University of Florida Club Tennis Team, and why she would want John Isner to join her team.  Click here for the interview.
Championship Spotlight: University of Florida Club Tennis Team (USTA.com)  The University of Florida Club Tennis Team will try to go one step further this year after finishing in second place at the 2010 USTA National Campus Championship.  USTA.com talks with club president, Kenny Palmer, about the difference between first and second.  Click here for the interview.
Championship Spotlight: Duke University Club Tennis Team (USTA.com)  The 2011 USTA National Campus Championship is taking place April 7-9 at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C., just a 30-minute drive from Duke University.  Duke Club Tennis president, Stephanie Dudzinski, talks with USTA.com about her team's chances in the tournament in their backyard.  Click here for the interview.
Championship Spotlight: University of Michigan Club Tennis Team (USTA.com)  Ben Ryan, the president of the University of Michigan Club Tennis Team talks about their preparation for the 2011 USTA National Campus Championship, what they are looking forward to most about competing, and what his team will do if they win the illustrious title.  Click here for the interview.
Championship Spotlight: Brown University  Meet the Brown University Club Tennis Team.  They're currently gearing up to participate in the 2011 USTA National Campus Championship.  Learn about their club and what they're most looking forward to about the National Championship.  Click here for more.
NCCS Sportsmanship Statement
The NCCS believes good sportsmanship is an integral component of intercollegiate competition.  We wholeheartedly embrace the position that, in order for sportsmanship to prevail, coaches, student-athletes, and fans must display respect, fairness, civility, honesty, and responsibility before, during, and after all athletic contests.  We encourage fans to enthusiastically support their team, recognize the outstanding performance of opponents, and always exhibit good sportsmanship in their words and actions.

The NCCS encourages and promotes sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. Offensive language including profanity, racial or ethnic slurs, or other intimidating actions directed at officials, event staff, student-athletes, coaches, or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the competition site.
2011 USTA National Campus Championship Other Information
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USTA National Campus Championship Past Champions
2010 - University of California - Berkeley
2009
- Duke University Club Tennis Team
2008 - University of Texas - Austin Club Tennis Team
2007 - Texas A&M University - College Station Club Tennis Team
2006 - Texas A&M University - College Station Club Tennis Team
2005 - Texas A&M University - College Station Club Tennis Team
2004 - Texas A&M University - College Station Club Tennis Team
2003 - University of Florida Club Tennis Team
2002 - Texas A&M University Club Tennis Team
2001 - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Club Tennis Team
2000 - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Club Tennis Team

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