- USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship
- USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championships
- Eastern Championship
- Florida Championship
- Mid-Atlantic Championship
- Middle States Championship
- Midwest Championship
- Missouri Valley Championship
- New England Championship
- Northern Championship
- Northern California Championship
- Pacific Northwest Championship
- Southern Championship
- Southern California Championship
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- Texas Championship
- USTA Tennis On Campus Invitationals
- Other USTA Tennis On Campus Events
- Alumni Tennis Events - Calling All Players!
|The University of Michigan Club Tennis Team claimed the top spot for the 5th time in 6 years by winning at the 2014 USTA Midwest Championship.|
|USTA Tennis On Campus Midwest Championship|
|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, just nine short years later, hosts 32 teams from 27 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 advance to the semi-finals are granted automatic bids to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship and 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.
For more information, visit the USTA Midwest Section website or contact Steve Wise at (262) 334-3601.
|2015 USTA Campus Championship - Midwest|
|February 20-22, 2015||University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI||Steve Wise at (262) 334-3601|
|2014 USTA Tennis On Campus Midwest Championship Recap|
The 2014 Midwest Tennis On Campus Championship at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium at the University of Wisconsin was a fantastic event. There were 32 teams representing 31 Universities across the Midwest Section; with over 250 players. As you will see from the “gold bracket results” on the website, http://www.midwest.usta.com/collegiate/midwest_championships/ the top 6 teams were:
1st place Michigan A
Congratulations to Ferris State University’s Club Tennis Team as they won the Club Team of the Year Award! They will represent the Midwest as the nomination for National Club Team of the year with a bid to the National Championship!
Newlyn Wing, the Captain/President from Ferris State University’s Club Team, won the Midwest Club Leader of the Year Award. He will represent Midwest and will be in the running for the National Club Leader of the Year award.
Every year we offer a Midwest Team Sportsmanship Award; which also includes a nationals bid for this prestigious award. They are voted on by their peers at the event and we get feedback from our officials as well. We announced that Saginaw Valley State University’s Club Team wins the sportsmanship award ! Honorable mention for this award goes to Miami University of OH, University of Cincinnati and Bowling Green State University who also had votes from their peers.
|USTA Tennis On Campus Midwest Past Champions|
|2014 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2013 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2012 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Club Tennis Team
2011 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2010 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2009 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Club Tennis Team
2008 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Club Tennis Team
2007 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Club Tennis Team
2006 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2005 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Club Tennis Team
2004 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2003 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team
2002 - University of Michigan Club Tennis Team