|University of California - Berkeley claims the 2010 USTA|
National Championship in Surprise, Arizona.
|USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship|
|The USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship is the pinnacle of the Tennis On Campus program. Hosted in partnership by the USTA, National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), World TeamTennis (WTT), and Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA), this venue features 64 college and university co-ed teams competing for bragging rights and the illustrious title of National Champion. Teams can qualify for a bid to the USTA National Campus Championship through participation in their USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championship.|
|USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championships|
|Each of the USTA’s 17 Sections offers a USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championships in their respective region of the country. In 2009, 41 of the 64 teams competing in the Tennis On Campus National Championship received automatic bids by competing in their respective USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championships. Just like the National Championship, the USTA Tennis On Campus Section Championships feature the World TeamTennis format.|
|The University of Alabama Club Tennis Team won the first-|
ever Tennis On Campus Fall Invitational.
|USTA Tennis On Campus Invitationals|
|Tennis On Campus currently offers two exciting, fun-filled Tennis On Campus Invitationals that your college club tennis team can be a part of! The Tennis On Campus Fall Invitiational entered the Tennis On Campus schedule of events for the first time in 2010 as a national kick-off tournament while the Tennis On Campus Spring Invitational is gearing up for its third year of success, complementing the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship. Check it out and find out how your team can be a part of these exciting events!|
|Other Tennis On Campus Events|
|A variety of additional play opportunities are available for Tennis On Campus participants. There is a growing list of Other Tennis On Campus Events throughout the country, which are primarily student run club events, to help keep you and your teammates playing year round!|