The USTA Eastern Tennis On Campus Series enjoyed its first full year of competition during the 2007-2008 academic year. The series includes team play on college and university campuses throughout our section, which is comprised of New York, Northern New Jersey and Greenwich, Connecticut. The program features several student run tournaments hosted throughout the year during which teams from the section play, complete, have fun and make new friends to enhance their college experience. In addition, there are opportunities to compete with teams from other sections to enhance the overall experience and to provide additional competitive options. This program is ideal for any college student
s looking to get involved in a recreational tennis opportunity – and have fun!
Season Length: September - April
CONTACT: Sarah Lannon at (914) 872-5615
October 20-21, Bronx NY
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2019 TOC Eastern Section Championships
How to Start a Tennis On Campus Program
Click here for information on how to start a team.
Click here to request information about USTA Eastern Tennis On Campus programs.
Click here to complete team profile information.Click here to download the Eastern Section Grant document. The purpose of this grant is to help new Tennis On Campus programs in the Eastern Section start up a program on their college campus. The resources provided are to be used to start, develop, expand, promote and sustain a new Tennis On Campus co-ed league or sport club.
Click here to download Eligibility Rules and Guidelines.
Click here to download list of participating schools.
Click here to apply to host a Tennis On Campus tournament.Click Here for the 2018 FALL Semester Tournament Schedule!
“ Tyler Nghiem, USTA Eastern’s 2016 Tennis On Campus Leader of the Year, got involved with Tennis On Campus at Siena College because he saw the opportunity to experience tennis play and competition without the commitment of playing for the varsity team.
“The USTA Tennis On Campus Coordinators and Leaders have been nothing but helpful to give us every opportunity possible to play tennis. To me, Tennis On Campus, has been a source of enjoyment, teamwork and something to look forward. Playing allowed me and my team to play at a competitive level in a fun and friendly environment. I have met some of my closest friends this way and would not have had it any other way.”