Nominate or apply for USTA/ITA Community Service
and Campus Recreation Awards
If you or a
coach you know has been active in community service or campus recreation
be sure to send in your information by September 20. Nominees and
applicants become eligible for sectional and national awards and
USTA awards grants for USA Team Tennis and
Community Outreach Programs
Nearly $40,000 in funding provided by the USTA will be distributed to
Tennis On Campus and Community Outreach programs being administered by
ITA-member schools this Fall. All told, 48 programs that are projected
to work with over 5,000 participants are being helped by this funding.
Championships/Preseason D1 Fila Ranking Information
Selections for the women's event were announced
Selections for the men's event were announced Sept. 7.
General Participant Information:
Note: Men and Women's PQ are Sept.
30-Oct. 1 (Sat-Sun)
Summaries from the NCAA Tennis
News from the July 10-13 summer meetings in
Indianapolis are now available. Click the following links for
Division II and
Thomas Cundy receives 2006 ITA Achievement Award, presented by Tennis
Week magazine and Rolex Watch U.S.A.
Thomas Cundy (Florida State University '55), Chairman and CEO of CUNDY,
Inc., is the winner of the 2006 ITA Achievement Award presented by Tennis
Week magazine and Rolex Watch U.S.A. Cundy was honored in New York during
Tennis Week magazine's U.S. Open party. Photo by Bob Straus
collegiate tennis players from 2006, Arthur Ashe Award winners
honored in New York The 2006 ITA
Collegiate All-Star Team, which includes the nation's top-ranked players
from this past season, was treated by the ITA and USTA to a weekend in
New York, highlighted by activities at the USTA
National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows. Photo by Marcia Frost
crowned at 2006 ITA National Summer
The 2006 ITA National Summer Championships presented by the USTA tooke
place at Indiana
University August 12-15. Pictured are Purdue and Tulsa's doubles finalists.
Another participation record for ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit
A record 2,624 players participated in ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit
events this year, breaking the record of 2,465 set just last year. Over
20,000 men and women have competed in circuit events since it began in
1993. Special thanks to Circuit Director Lin Loring and the 23
tournament directors for all of their great work!
from NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Scoring Format Survey
these results the NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Committee
confirmed their decision to move from the 7-point to the 9-point scoring
system, effective this 2006-07 season.
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