Headquartered at the USTA National Campus, the USTA Collegiate Department hosts College MatchDay, The All-American College Combine and much more.
-Visit the USTA Education homepage to learn more about playing in college.
-Discover the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).
-Turn your passion for tennis into a career and earn a degree in professional tennis management (PTM).
-Visit USTA.com/ptm to learn more.
-Video: Careers Beyond the Court
Tennis on Campus
-Interested in playing club tennis in college? Visit TennisOnCampus.com for more information.
USTA College Events
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, specialty food and drinks, games, giveaways and much more. College MatchDay events air nationwide on the Tennis Channel.
From the USTA National Campus Collegiate Series to Spring Break Tennis to the All-American College Combine, there are so many ways to catch current and future college stars at the Campus.
NCAA Championships at the Campus
The USTA National Campus first hosted the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2019, and is honored to welcome the D-I Championships again in 2021 as well as the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2022.
On Oct. 14, 2020, the USTA learned that the National Campus was selected as the host for the 2023 NCAA D-I, D-II and D-III Men's and Women's Tennis Championships as part of a hybrid bid proposed by the USTA to bring the full slate of NCAA tennis championships to a single site.
This will mark the first time in the history of any NCAA sport that one venue will host all six (DI-III men and women) divisional championships in a given year.
The final site of the NCAA Championships welcomes the nation’s top eight men’s and women’s collegiate programs that compete for a team championship. It also entertains 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.
Tennis Channel/USTA Top 25
Follow on @USTA Social Channels
The Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 is announced every Wednesday at approximately 10 a.m. ET during the regular season. Follow USTA's social media accounts and the hashtag #USTATop25 all year long.
Get Involved with Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis
The purpose of Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis is three fold:
To advance the growth of wheelchair tennis
To encourage individuals with disabilities to pursue a college education
To give students with physical disabilities an equal opportunity to compete in an intercollegiate sport as a representative from their institution
Visit the link above to learn more, find a program near you or contact USTA staff to develop a program at your campus.
Player Development & Wild Card Linkages
-Visit the USTA PD Homepage for more on Team USA.
-Visit the USTA PD Competitive Pathway Homepage for important information, including collegiate wild card linkages.
-Among those wild card linkages are playoffs held annually at the USTA National Campus..
International Tennis Federation
-Visit the ITF Homepage for more on the ITF.
PD Support of College Tennis
USTA Player Development assists college players with training opportunities and grant money to play in USTA Pro Circuit events throughout the summer. Previous players under the PD umbrella who have charged on to have lasting impressions on the pro tours: Robin Anderson, J.C. Aragone, James Blake, Jennifer Brady, Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Danielle Collins, Francesca Di Lorenzo, Chris Eubanks, Irina Falconi, Nicole Gibbs, John Isner, Steve Johnson, Bradley Klahn, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Jamie Loeb, Mackenzie McDonald and Maria Sanchez.
Master'U BNP Paribas Team
Team USA competed in the Master'U BNP Paribas Collegiate Tournament every year from 2008-19. For a look back at the 2019 champions and the history of Master'U, see below.
Napa Valley Tennis Classic
Held in mid-September each year, the Napa Valley Tennis Classic features eight of the best junior boys from USTA Player Development joining a field of 24 college players. Cal-Berkeley men's head coach Peter Wright leads the charge and organization of the event. Eight gropus of four players (three college and one junior) play a round-robin format where the group winners advance to a shootout. Historically the winner receives a main draw wild card to a professional event.
USTA PD 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.