USTA Texas Tennis On Campus Series

USTA Texas has created the Texas Tennis On Campus Series, which is comprised of eight, one-day events throughout Texas. The series events use the fun and interactive World TeamTennis format - using coed teams with a minimum of four players (2 men and 2 women). Colleges can attend as many of these events as they desire. Depending on court availability, each team is guaranteed 3 matches at each series event. The results from the series events assist in seeding at the USTA Tennis On Campus Texas Championship.

Season Length: September - February
CONTACT: Susan Hochstatter at (512) 443-1334 x 218
Sponsored by: Whataburger

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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS

TOC Pre Season Checklist

Eligibility and Rules

WTT Rules & Scorecard

NTRP Guidelines

TOC Grant Application

Club Hosted Tournament

 

Teams

Texas Champions

TexasAMCollegeStation
2017 Texas A&M University
UTAustin 2016 University of Texas - Austin
TexasAMCollegeStation 2015 Texas A&M University
TexasAMCollegeStation 2014 Texas A&M University
UTAustin 2013 University of Texas - Austin
TexasAMCollegeStation 2012 Texas A&M University
TexasAMCollegeStation 2011 Texas A&M University
UTAustin 2010 University of Texas - Austin
TexasAMCollegeStation 2009 Texas A&M University
TexasAMCollegeStation 2008 Texas A&M University

Featured Athlete

Tristan Thomas

Tristan Thomas 2016 Leader of the Year

Tristan Thomas is, in a word, driven. After only one semester on the Texas State Club Tennis team, he stepped up and took the presidency position. Thomas is described by his teammates as “an extremely dedicated person when it comes to the things that he loves, and our team is blessed to be on that list.”

Since he took the position in April 2016, Tristan has worked non-stop to improve the team, in both logistics and performance. He attended almost every day of New Student Orientation—Monday through Thursday for about two hours through June and July—to recruit new members, despite working two jobs and being out of state for a month over the summer. He personally emailed and added new members to the group page on Facebook to keep everyone connected. Being a business major, he’s been a huge asset in reorganizing the club’s budget and finding places the team could improve and optimize spending. He’s managed to take the club, which has one of the lowest cost of dues on campus, and still take at least four teams to every tournament offered in the fall semester, provide enough tennis balls for nearly fifty members (sometimes from his own pocket), and even find places in the budget for a member social at the end of the semester.

2017-18 Schedule

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Denton

September 16

University of North Texas and Texas Women’s University

 

Arlington

September 30

Arlington Tennis Center and the University of Texas at Arlington

 

Beaumont

October 7

Beaumont Tennis Center

 

San Marcos

October 14

Texas State University

 

 

Houston 

October 21

Homer Ford Tennis Center and Rice University

 

Austin

October 28

UT Whitaker Tennis Center

 

Waco

November 4

Waco Regional Tennis Center and McLennan Community College

 

 

Corpus Christi

November 11

Corpus Christi Athletic Club and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 

College Station

January 20

Texas A&M University and A&M Consolidated High School

 

Texas Championship

February 16-18

UT Whitaker Tennis Center and Austin Tennis Center

 

Tennis on Campus Championship

April 12-14

USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida

The Experience

 Joseph Walters 

Overall, my experience with Tennis on Campus was a very memorable one because it gave me an opportunity to meet new people who shared a love for tennis and a number of those same people became some of my good friends. These relationships were fostered from getting together for practices, traveling all over Texas to compete against a variety of opponents, and having an array of club socials that included ping pong tournaments and Intramural basketball teams.

The format for TOC was World Team Tennis rules which gave the matches an added thrill and excitement as the matches are quick and intense and every game counts for your team. These sorts of lasting memories is why I would rate my TOC experience as great and I would encourage others who are interested in TOC to reach out and give it a shot. - Joseph Walters, UT '17