USTA Southern California Tennis On Campus Series

The Southern California Tennis On Campus Series currently features about 20 active colleges and universities. Monthly events are held throughout Southern California, rotating between participating schools. Most events run under Tennis on Campus utilize the World Team Tennis format. The series concludes in the spring when teams come together for the USTA Tennis On Campus Southern California Championship, and winners go on to the National Championship. Participating teams can play in as many or as few events as they wish, and most events are open to Tennis On Campus programs outside of the USTA Southern California section.

Check out our Facebook group to stay in the loop on what's going on, whether it's tournaments or team activities. See what other schools are up to, or find out who's on your own own school's team.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/tocsocal/

SEASON: September 2019 - May 2020
CONTACT: 
Justin Yang
jyang@scta.usta.com

Teams

SoCal Champions

 UCLA  2019  UCLA gold
 UCLA  2018  UCLA
CalPolySLO
2017 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
CalPolySLO
2016 Cal Poly San Luis Obsipo
UCLA
2015 UCLA
UCSD
2014 UCSD
UCLA
2013 UCLA
USC
2012 USC
UCLA
2011 UCLA gold
USC
2010 USC
USC
2009 USC
UCLA
2008 UCLA
UCLA
2007 UCLA
UCLA
2006 UCLA

OUR SECTION

socal

2019-2020 Schedule

OCTOBER 19-20:
@ San Diego State University

NOVEMBER 2-3:
@ Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

NOVEMBER 15-16:
@ University of Southern California

FEBRUARY 15-16:
USTA Tennis on Campus Sectionals @ Great Park Irvine

MARCH 13-15:
USTA Spring Invitational @ Darlington Tennis Center - Las Vegas, Nevada

APRIL 2-4:
USTA Nationals @ USTA National Campus - Orlando, Florida

The Experience

Joanne Le   "I think Tennis On Campus played a huge role in my college life and after. A lot of my friends now are people I played tennis with in TOC.  Sure, I made close friends at CSUF, but at other schools as well. It's amazing. TOC was a great way to network. Tennis, in general, has been a great outlet fo rme and my friends. After we finished school, we all stayed connected and now we meet up and hit about three to five times a week. Nothing is better than spending the day with great people and getting some good experience on the court."

  - Joanne Le, Cal State Fullerton Graduate