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2014 Fall Invitational Release

2014 USTA TENNIS ON CAMPUS FALL INVITATIONAL TEAMS ANNOUNCED TO COMPETE OCTOBER 10-12 ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND

Fall Invitational Group for Updated Invitationals

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., October 2, 2014 – The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today
announced the 48 coed intramural and club tennis teams, representing colleges and universities
throughout the country, selected to compete at the fifth annual USTA Tennis On Campus (TOC)
Fall Invitational at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center in Hilton Head Island, S.C. The event, taking
place October 10-12, serves as the national kickoff for the Tennis On Campus season and
provides a great opportunity for students to compete for their college or university.

The winner and runner-up from the tournament will qualify for an automatic bid to compete for the
national title at the 2015 USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship, to be held April 9-11,
2015.

Several universities are fielding multiple teams in this year’s Fall Invitational (*denotes two teams
participating). Participating teams for this year’s tournament include the following schools:

Armstrong Atlantic State University
University of Alabama
Auburn University
University of Cincinnati*
Boston College
University of Colorado
Clemson University*
University of Connecticut
Coastal Carolina University
University of Dayton
College of William & Mary
University of Florida
Colorado School of Mines
University of Georgia*
Cornell University
University of Kentucky
Duke University
Elon University
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Ferris State University
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Furman University
University of Pennsylvania
Georgia Tech
University of South Carolina*
Indiana University
University of Tennessee - Knoxville*
James Madison University
University of Virginia
Mercer University
University of Wisconsin
Middle Tennessee State University
Vanderbilt University
North Carolina State University*
Villanova University
Ohio State University*
Virginia Tech University
Ohio University
Wake Forest University
Old Dominion University

Following the tournament, schools continue to compete within the USTA’s 17 regional sections.

For more information about the tournament click here.