Congratulations to the 24 teams that competed in the 2020 Eastern Section Championships, and especially to Cornell, Stony Brook, Columbia and Fordham who will be going to TOC Nationals in the spring of 2020!
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2021 Championships TBA
DATES: Fall 2020
LOCATION: Cary Leeds Center: 1720 Crotona Avenue Bronx, NY 10457
REGISTRATION: will be announced in August 2020.
B-TEAM REQUESTS: Accepted B team registrations will be announced in September.
Teams traveling more than 50 miles: Two rooms for Friday night are compliments of the Eastern Section. All teams will be responsible to pay for their Saturday night reservations. Room requests will be accepted starting in August. Teams travelling less than 50 miles will also have the opportunity to request a room for Friday night at cost to the team.
ENTRY FEE: $275 per team
TEAMS: Minimum of 4 players (2 men, 2 women) & maximum of 10. This year’s tournament and draw will be limited to the first 24 unique college teams. Each school may enter a maximum of one team. A second team may be requested and will be placed on a waitlist. Unique teams take precedent over second team but will be added as there is room. "B" teams get entry on a first come first serve basis.
FORMAT: World Team Tennis format consists of men’s and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles; round robin format with at least 3 rounds of play. A match consists of five 6-game pro sets, no ad scoring, with a 9 point set tiebreak at 5 games all. Overtime and super tie-breaks will be played in this event.
AWARDS: Awards for 1st and 2nd place teams in each bracket. The top THREE teams from the Eastern Section will receive an automatic entry into the National USTA Campus Championship, receiving a stipend to help pay for travel, expenses and entry fees.
The USTA Tennis On Campus Eastern Championship is a fun and competitive event for collegiate club and intramural tennis teams from across the USTA Eastern section. The first event took place in 2005 in New Jersey with only 5 teams from 3 unique schools and has since grown! The Championship, which uses the exciting, dynamic, and co-ed World Team Tennis format, is the conclusion to the year-long Eastern Tennis On Campus Series. Finalists are granted an automatic bid to the USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship along with a stipend.