USTA New England Tennis On Campus Series

The New England Tennis On Campus Series was formed in 2007 to provide a recreational tennis outlet for college students throughout New England.  Teams from all USTA New England colleges and universities are invited to participate.

During the inaugural year, 15 schools were actively involved in student run tournaments beginning in September and continuing through the end of April.  Brown University, University of New Hampshire, and Yale have been just a couple of the schools to host events.  Each host team can choose the format for their tournament - most utilize the World TeamTennis format.  There are now over 30 active teams in New England that participate in the Section Championships and other tournaments.

Season Length: September - April
WEBSITE: New England Tennis On Campus Series Website
CONTACT: Sarah Rice at (508) 366-3450 X120


New England Champs

2017 Harvard
2016 Northeastern
2015 Northeastern
2014 Northeastern
2013 Boston College
2012 Brown
2011 Harvard
2010 Dartmouth
2009 Dartmouth
2008 Brown
2007 Harvard

New England Section Championships

October 20-21

Held at Harvard University, this is the pinnacle of the New England TOC season. All teams that participate in TOC in New England are invited to participate. Registration will open in mid August. Matches will start on Friday evening and finish on Sunday afternoon.

The top five finishing schools at the Section Championships along with the New England Club of the Year winner will represent New England at the TOC National Championships in April 2018. The reigning champions, Harvard, were joined by Yale, Boston College, Northeastern and Tufts to earn the five bids last year with the University of Rhode Island joining them at Nationals as the Club of the Year winner.


Club of the Year

Each year, New England selects a Club of the Year to represent the Section at the TOC National Championships in April. The Club of the Year has demonstrated a dedication to growing and improving their TOC program, volunteered in their community and led the way in sportsmanship on and off the court. University of Rhode Island won the award in early 2017 to earn a spot to Nationals in April. Nominations will open in the fall for a January 2018 application deadline.

Read the complete story about URI capturing the award here.


The Experience


As member and captain of the Bryant club tennis team, I feel that I have developed a personal and close relationship with my teammates. We all support each other throughout practices and matches, bringing out the best in each other’s abilities. Not only has this position helped me develop time management and leadership skills, but, even more importantly, I learned how to work with my teammates towards a shared goal. The competitive yet laid back atmosphere of the team has helped me grow as a person and athlete.  

-Stephane Driesen, Bryant University Club Tennis '18