Learn more about getting involved with college tennis.
About the ITA
-The ITA serves as the governing body of college tennis for the NCAA, NAIA and JUCO. It is comprised of nearly 1,200 men's and women's head coaches representing over 1,700 teams across the country. The ITA oversees activities involving nearly 20,000 varsity college student-athletes (courtesy of the ITA).
-Visit the ITA homepage to discover more and become a member: ITATennis.com.
Key Links from ITATennis.com:
There are 1,000’s of opportunities to play college tennis
Click on some of the following links, which also contains information from the NCAA and the Eligibility Center.
More from the USTA
Key Links on College and Junior Tennis:
What is PTM
Turn your passion for tennis into a career and earn a degree in professional tennis management (PTM).
Whether your goal is a career in coaching, racquet technology, running a club or court maintenance, PTM programs offer the tools and education to get you started.
Video: Careers Beyond the Court
For more information, contact PTMinfo@usta.com.
Enjoy Tennis On Campus
Tennis On Campus was developed through a collaborative partnership between the USTA, National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) and World Team Tennis (WTT) in 2000 as a coed non-varsity program designed to increase the number of active tennis players on college campuses.
It is currently offered on more than 600 college campuses and services more than 35,000 students. Students can participate in on-campus play and championship play through the USTA National Championship, the Fall & Spring Invitational Events, Section Championships, other TOC & alumni events.
The TOC National Championships currently take place every April at the USTA National Campus.
Coaches Receptions and Education Sessions
-Throughout the year, the USTA and ITA host coaches receptions and education sessions at various events, including boys and girls nationals.
-Contact Brian.Ormiston@usta.com for more details.
-The USTA would like to assist you and your school in identifying opportunities for your program. Our goal is simple, to identify the strengths as well as areas of opportunity throughout NCAA tennis programs so that we may be of better service to you, your athletic department and the entire collegiate tennis community.
-Please contact Virgil Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org for a survey to start getting involved.
US Open Credentials for Coaches
-All college coaches at every level are invited to apply for US Open credentials to recruit the junior event.
-If you are a college coach and are not receiving information through email by June each summer, please get in touch with Brian.Ormiston@usta.com.