2006 ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit , Presented by the USTA


Week 1

Week 2
July 15-18

Week 3
 July 22-25

Week 4
July 29-Aug. 1


Wichita State Kansas State Univ. Univ. of Kansas Cowley County

Tournament Director

Chris Young
Director of Tennis
Wichita State Univ
1845 N. Fairmount
Wichita, KS 67260-0018
o (316) 978-5503
f (316) 978-7593
Steve Bietau
Head Women's Tennis Coach
Kansas St. Univ.
109 Ahearn Fieldhouse
Manhattan KS 66506
(o) 785-532-7198
(f) 785-532-3971
Frank Polito
Women's Tennis
University of Kansas
Allen Fieldhouse
1651 Naismith Dr.
Lawrence, KS 66045
785-864-7909 (o)
785-331-9733 (c)
785-864-5670 (f)


Brad Louderback
Menís/Womenís Tennis Coach
Cowley County Community College
125 South 2nd Street
Arkansas City, KS  67005
620-441-5302 (O)



Sheldon Coleman Tennis Complex at Wichita State University Kansas State Univ. Rec. Center Courts Univ. of Kansas
Robinson Tennis Courts
J.C. Louderback Tennis Center @ Wilson Park

Player Sign-in
Playing Time, Times given at check-in, unless otherwise noted

Friday, July 8th  4-6pm Friday, July 14th, 5-7 pm Friday July 21st at the Robinson Tennis courts 4:00-6:00pm Friday, July 28th at the J.C. Louderback Tennis Center, 4:00-6:00 pm


Available Thursday night and Friday, contact tournament director for court reservation Friday, July 14th, after 4 pm Open all day on Friday July 21st on a first come basis, with a hour time limit if players are waiting.
Open all Day July 28th on a first come first serve basis

Tournament Hotel

Best Western Wichita North
(316)  832-9387
newly renovated, includes free breakfast.

The Inn at Tallgrass  (316) 684-3466 (room block is now full)

Hotel is Hampton Inn contact: Abbey
reate -  $79.00

check in is 3:00-5:00pm

Regency Court
3232 N. Summit

Super 8
3200 N. Summit

Player Activity

Cookout, social Friday beginning at 6pm Friday, July 14th, 6 pm Pizza social 7:00pm Date TBA. Friday, July 28th, 6:00 pm

Most tournaments run Saturday to Tuesday, but not all. Check individual listings for exact dates.
Format: A match tie-breaker will be played in place of a third set in singles; 8-game pro sets in doubles; no-let rule in menís tournaments
Note: Players DO NOT need to qualify to enter the ITA National Summer Championships. All junior players, college players and college graduates are welcome. The only requirements are you must be a USTA member, and an amateur to enter.