Headquartered at the USTA National Campus, the USTA Collegiate Department hosts College MatchDay, The All-American College Combine and much more.
USTA Top 25
The USTA College Tennis Top 25 is announced every Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET during the regular season. Follow USTA's social media accounts and the hashtag #USTATop25 all year long.
2018 USTA College Tennis Top 25
The USTA College Tennis Top 25 debuted in 2017. Take a look back at the polls from its first year right here.
College MatchDay is a series of collegiate matches held each year in family-friendly, festive atmospheres to promote the collegiate game in the community and across the country. Admission is free for each College MatchDay at the USTA National Campus, which features a free kids’ clinic, live music, specialty food and drinks, games and giveaways on-site.
Click the links to the right for individual recap and scores from the 2018 season.
2018 College MatchDay Results
Saturday, Feb. 3 - Florida vs. Florida State (Men & Women)
Friday, Feb. 9 - Georgia vs. Georgia Tech (Men)
Saturday, Feb. 24 - Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M (Men)
Saturday, March 3 - UCF vs. Michigan (Men & Women)
Sunday, April 1 - Florida vs. Texas (Women)
Sunday, April 15 - UCF vs. South Florida (Men)
All-American Combine presented by adidas
June 18-21, 2018
The second-annual USTA All-American College Combine presented by adidas took place June 18-21, 2018, at the USTA National Campus with Marcus McDaniel and Sophia Edwards claiming the titles. At the Combine, the athletes engage in a number of on- and off-court evaluations, including match play in front of college tennis coaches. The tournament's singles and doubles match results count toward each player’s Universal Tennis Rating, and the singles winners in 2017 and 2018 received a main-draw wild card into a USTA Pro Circuit $15,000 event.
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Learn from the Best
Dr. Mark Kovacs leads up the annual fitness testing during the College Combine. He offers participants a way to stand out with his 7 Tips:
Spring Break Tennis
Spring Break Tennis is a program that helps schools organize their practices and matches while traveling throughout the Sunshine State. It has partnered with the National Campus to develop exciting schedules each year.
The Campus entertains more than 300 schools every season.
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Team members receive grant money to play in USTA Pro Circuit events throughout the summer. Players selected to the team are required to commit to a full summer schedule of training and USTA Pro Circuit Tournament play. Players receive coaching and training throughout the summer, courtesy of USTA Player Development.
Automatic qualifiers to the USTA Collegiate National Team include singles winners from:
NCAA Championships (historically, Americans who win the NCAA singles and doubles titles have gotten main draw wild cards into the US Open)
ITA All-American Championships
ITA National Fall Championships
ITA Rookie of the Year
Players ranked inside the ATP Top 600 and WTA Top 400
The 2018 Collegiate National Team features some of the top Americans at that collegiate level, including WTA Top 1000 players Ashley Lahey, Michaela Gordon, Ena Shibahara, Brienne Minor and McCartney Kessler along with ATP Top 1000 players Alex Rybakov, William Blumberg, JJ Wolf, Martin Redlicki, Trevor Johnson and Brandon Holt.
In 2017, members of the Collegiate National Team won Pro Circuit events in Sumter (Lahey), Harlingen (Wolf), Winston-Salem #1 (Chris Eubanks), Houston (Thai-Son Kwiatkowski) and Buffalo (Rybakov). They also reached finals of Pro Circuit tournaments in Sumter (Francesca Di Lorenzo), Baton Rouge (Francesca Di Lorenzo), Winston-Salem #2 (Chris Eubanks) and Martos (J.C. Aragone).
Alumni of the Collegiate National Team who have charged on to have lasting impressions on the pro tours:
Robin Anderson (UCLA)
J.C. Aragone (Virginia)
James Blake (Harvard)
Jennifer Brady (UCLA)
Bob Bryan (Stanford)
Mike Bryan (Stanford)
Danielle Collins (Virginia)
Francesca Di Lorenzo (Ohio State)
Chris Eubanks (Georgia Tech)
Irina Falconi (Georgia Tech)
Nicole Gibbs (Stanford)
John Isner (Georgia)
Steve Johnson (USC)
Bradley Klahn (Stanford)
Thai-Son Kwiatkowski (Virginia)
Jamie Loeb (North Carolina)
Mackenzie McDonald (UCLA)
Maria Sanchez (USC)
The USTA National Campus will be the host site of the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2019 and 2021, as well as the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2022.
The campus will host the nation’s top eight men’s and women’s collegiate programs that will compete for a team championship. It also will welcome the top 64 men and top 64 women competing for the NCAA singles titles and top 32 men’s and women’s doubles teams competing for the NCAA doubles crowns.
Master'U BNP Paribas Collegiate Team
Every fall, the top American collegiate players, three men and three women, represent the United States in the Master’U BNP Paribas International Collegiate Team Competition in France. Boise State Men’s Coach Greg Patton and Ohio State Women’s Coach Melissa Schaub led the 2016 team to USA’s sixth straight title.
2017 Team USA
USTA Player Development Fellowship in Professional Coaching
The Fellowship in Professional Coaching, open to college graduates, is structured to provide significant experiential training and opportunity for independent research in the field of professional tennis coaching. Fellows will become fully immersed in Player Development through weekly gatherings with coaches and through the examination of issues currently affecting American Tennis.
University of Central Florida
Collegiate tennis has been a cornerstone of the USTA National Campus, headlined by the partnership between the National Campus and the University of Central Florida. The Knights have made the Campus their own, with the Collegiate Center serving as the home court for the UCF men’s and women’s tennis programs.
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