- 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
- Southwest Championship
- Texas Championship
- USTA Tennis On Campus Invitationals
- Other USTA Tennis On Campus Events
- Alumni Tennis Events - Calling All Players!
|The University of Minnesota claimed their 10th consecutive USTA Tennis
On Campus Northern Championship.
|USTA Tennis On Campus Northern Championship|
|The USTA Tennis On Campus Northern Championship uses the exciting, co-ed World TeamTennis format and is open to all college and university club and intramural tennis programs in the USTA Northern section. Teams can accumulate experience and points for seeding by participation in the Northern Tennis On Campus Series. Teams who advance to the finals are granted automatic bids to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship and receive a stipend from the USTA Northern section to attend the National Championship.
For more information, visit the USTA Northern Section website or contact Brandon Jackson at (952) 358-3291.
|2014 USTA Tennis On Campus Northern Championship|
|March 1-2, 2014||Lifetime Fitness, Lakeville MN||Brandon Jackson at (952) 358-329|
|2013 USTA Tennis On Campus Northern Championship Recap|
Minnesota B upset Minnesota A 22-21 in the finals of the 2013 USTA Northern Tennis on Campus Section Championships at Life Time Fitness - Lakeville in Lakeville, Minn. With the win, Minnesota won its 10th straight Tennis on Campus Section title and remains the only school in USTA Northern history to win the TOC crown. Minnesota also earned an automatic bid to the 2013 Tennis on Campus National Championships April 11-13 in Surprise, Ariz.
In the championship match, Minnesota A led 9-7 after men's and women's doubles. The A team extended its lead to 15-10 after women's singles as Amanda Hiatt defeated Allison Malmsten 6-3. In men's singles, Minnesota B cut A's team to 18-16 after Omar Shahed beat Jeff Adolf 6-3. In the deciding mixed doubles match, Minnesota B's Jackson Farley andJessie Edwards beat Katie Mattson and Sean Hong 6-3 to claim the team title 22-21.
USTA Northern had four teams qualify for the National Championships - a first in Section history. Minnesota will be joined in Arizona by North Dakota State, who earned an automatic bid after winning the 2013 USTA Tennis On Campus Club of the Year Award. Valley City State qualified for its first ever Nationals by finishing second in the Fall Championships Series to NDSU, while first-year program South Dakota State, with only five players, earned the fourth bid by defeatingCarleton A in the consolation finals 23-18. Only one team from each school can qualify for Nationals.
For SDSU, it was redemption of sorts. SDSU had a chance to earn the fourth bid earlier in the day, but fell short in the opening round of bracket play. After finishing tied with Minnesota Cafter the mixed doubles, SDSU lost a match-deciding super tiebreaker to the Gophers 7-4, and it appeared the National bid had slipped through SDSU's strings. SDSU took advantage of its second chance and defeated Winona State and Carleton Ato seize the fourth bid.
Against Carleton in the consolation finals, it was not looking good after the doubles as SDSU trailed 12-5, but it rallied to win both singles and the mixed doubles match by identical 6-2 tallies, earning the team win 23-18.
Minnesota C won the Silver Flight.
South Dakota State and Gustavus Adolphus also claimed the Team Sportsmanship Awards, while Carleton senior Dhilham Marasinghe and Valley City State senior Katie Paulson won the men's and women's Sportsmanship Awards, respectively.
|2013 USTA Tennis On Campus Northern Championship Field|
Gustavus Adolphus College Club Tennis Team
North Dakota State University
South Dakota State University
University of Minnesota
University of North Dakota
Valley City State University