|2010 USTA National Campus Championship - Other Information|
2010 USTA National Campus Championship Captains Newsletter
• 2010 Waiver
• 2010 Personal Release
• 2010 Code of Conduct
• 2010 Player Match History
March 17, 2010 - Roster Deadline
April 14, 2010 - Travel, Team Registration, MANDATORY Coaches/Team Representative Meeting (7pm)
April 15, 2010 - Team Play (first matches begin at 8am, plan accordingly)
April 16, 2010 - Team Play
April 17, 2010 - Team Play (all teams will have matches on Saturday), Players/Awards Banquet
The USTA National Campus Championship uses the World TeamTennis format. A match consists of five no-ad sets and includes men's singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles. Each no-ad set is won by the first team to reach six games - a nine-point tiebreaker will be played at five games all in any set. Teams will play "Round Robin"/"Pool Play" and then advance into bracket play. Teams are guaranteed four matches - ALL TEAMS will have matches on Saturday.
|Surface: Hard Courts|
|Securing A Bid:|
Teams can secure a bid in the 64 team field in two ways:
The first way is to earn an automatic bid through your respective USTA Section; contact your USTA Section's Tennis On Campus Coordinator for more information specific to your USTA Section. Most of these bids are distributed through the USTA Campus Championship - Section Events.
The second way is by securing an at-large bid.
|Teams: Minimum of 4 players (2 men, 2 women); maximum of 10 players.|
|NCCS Sportsmanship Statement:|
The NCCS believes good sportsmanship is an integral component of intercollegiate competition. We wholeheartedly embrace the position that, in order for sportsmanship to prevail, coaches, student-athletes, and fans must display respect, fairness, civility, honesty, and responsibility before, during, and after all athletic contests. We encourage fans to enthusiastically support their team, recognize the outstanding performance of opponents, and always exhibit good sportsmanship in their words and actions.
The NCCS encourages and promotes sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. Offensive language including profanity, racial or ethnic slurs, or other intimidating actions directed at officials, event staff, student-athletes, coaches, or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the competition site.
|Rules Of Note:|
• All rostered players must have played in two events representing their team/school in the same academic year and prior to the USTA National Campus Championship. An event is considered a dual match, a tournament, or a USTA Campus Championship - Section Event.
• A player may play in only two sets per match, whether as a starter or a substitute (excluding the supertiebreaker).
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