USTA Middle States Tennis On Campus League

The Middle States Tennis On Campus League began in 2010. Currently there are more than 30 teams from around the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware region that participate. In Middle States, it all comes down to the USTA Tennis On Campus Middle States Championships, which take place the third weekend in October at The Mercer County Tennis Center in West Windsor, New Jersey.

Each tournament is played using the World Team Tennis format, and consists of pool play on the first day and bracket play. To learn more about the Middle States TOC Tournament Series check out their Tournament Series Guidelines.

Season Length: Year-round
Contact: Mary Wurtz

Starting Your USTA Tennis On Campus Program
Click here to download information on how to start a team.
Click here to request information about USTA Middle States Tennis On Campus programs.
Click here to complete team profile information.

Start-Up Grants
The purpose of this grant is to help new Tennis On Campus programs in the Middle States Section start a program on their college campus. The resources provided are to be used to start, develop, expand, promote and sustain a new Tennis On Campus co-ed league or sport club. 

Click here to contact Mary Wurtz about the Middle States start-up grant.

Student Run Tournaments
Click here to download Eligibility Rules and Guidelines.
Click here to contact Mary Wurtz about hosting a Tennis on Campus tournament.


Middle States Champs



University of Pennsylvania

2016 Pennsylvania State University
2015 Pennsylvania State University
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2014 University of
2013 Villanova University
2012 Pennsylvania State University
2011 Pennsylvania State University
2010 University of Pennsylvania
2009 Pennsylvania State University
2008 Pennsylvania State University
2007 Pennsylvania State University
2006 Pennsylvania State University
2005 Villanova University
2004  University of Pennsylvania

Featured Athlete

Andrew Friedman

Andrew Friedman - UPitt

During his time at the University of Pittsburgh, Andrew led his team to Nationals in 2016 and 2017. "After Freshman year, I knew joining my school's club tennis team was a great decision, and that I wanted to get involved as [fast] as possible!"

A leader on the court, he also led his team in other areas. "While our on-court talent has remained fairly consistent, our team chemistry really improved due to many off-court bonding events. These include participating in dodgeball tournaments, team dinners, and attending the occasional sporting event."

Although he received his undergraduate degree this past spring, Andrew hopes to continue playing TOC in medical school.

2021-2022 Schedule

USTA Tennis On Campus Middle States Sectional Championship
October 23-24 - Mercer County Tennis Center (N.J.)


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