Collegiate Events Information
Learn all about different events held at the National Campus.
USTA All-American College Combine presented by adidas
2020 Dates: June 14-18
The fourth-annual USTA All-American College Combine presented by adidas at the USTA National Campus will see American juniors 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 UTR.
Stay tuned for more information on the 2020 event.
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USTA National Campus Collegiate Series
USTA National Campus Collegiate Series
The USTA National Campus Collegiate Series was created in 2018 to provide schools a way to compete in a high-intensity dual-match in a memorable setting.
The Collegiate Series includes several premier matches on the college tennis calendar. Schools involved in the Collegiate Series receive a full match experience, highlighted by music, a PA announcer, scoreboards, live streaming, chair umpires and much more. In 2019, four matches incoorporated PlayFair, which allows teams and umpires to utilize PlaySight technology to verify line calls.
Jan. 20 - FIU vs. Iowa (Women) - 12 p.m.
Jan. 31 - Texas A&M vs. Stetson (Women) - 11 a.m.
Jan. 31 - Texas A&M vs. Georgia Southern (Women) - 4 p.m.
Feb. 28 - Florida State vs. Oklahoma (Men) - 6 p.m.
March 12 - Marquette vs. Georgetown (Men) - 12 p.m.
March 13 - UT Tyler vs. Tarleton State (Women) - 5 p.m.
March 14 - Northwestern vs. Virginia (Women) - 10 a.m.
March 14 - Marquette vs. Boston U (Men) - 12 p.m.
Collegiate Series History
Jan. 16 - Texas def. Mississippi, 7-0 (Men)**
Jan. 19 - FAU def. UNCW, 4-3 (Men)
Jan. 19 - BYU def. FAU, 4-2 (Men)
Jan. 20 - FSU def. California, 4-3 (Men)
Jan. 21 - UNCW def. BYU, 4-3 (Men)
Feb. 23 - Miss. St. def. Oklahoma, 4-2 (Men)
Feb. 24 - Oklahoma def. Kentucky, 4-3 (Men)
March 6 - Penn State def. FGCU, 7-0 (Men)
March 7 - Penn State def. VCU, 4-3 (Women)
March 9 - Duke def. Michigan, 5-2 (Women)**
March 10 - Miami def. Florida State, 4-0 (Men)**
March 12 - Notre Dame def. Iowa, 7-0 (Women)**
April 4 - Bethune-Cookman def. Florida A&M, 5-2 (Men)
April 4 - Florida A&M def. Bethune-Cookman, 4-3 (Women)
Jan. 13 - BYU def. UNCW, 5-2 (Men)
Jan. 14 - UNCW def. FGCU, 4-3 (Men)
Jan. 15 - BYU def. FGCU, 6-1 (Men)
Feb. 8 - Georgia def. Florida Atlantic, 6-1 (Men)
Feb. 23 - Oklahoma def. South Florida, 4-3 (Men)
Feb. 23 - West Florida def. Rollins, 5-4 (Men)
Feb. 23 - West Florida def. Rollins, 9-0 (Women)
March 9 - Oklahoma def. NC State, 4-3 (Women)
March 9 - Florida State def. Miami, 4-0 (Men)
March 9 - Miami def. Florida State, 5-2 (Women)
March 13 - TCU def. Duke, 4-0 (Men)
March 13 - Duke def. TCU, 4-0 (Women)
All Levels Swarm the Campus Each Spring
Spring Break Tennis
More than 300 teams from every level take advantage of their spring break by traveling to Orlando in February and March.
When the USTA National Campus opened in 2017, collegiate programs immediately took advantage by holding matches and practices at the facility.
In all, any where from 300-350 spring break dual-matches now occur at the Campus each year.
History of Spring Break at the Campus
For coaches looking to visit the USTA National Campus for spring break, contact Paul Bellingham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tough Tennis Wins Second-Annual Event in 2019
In September 2018, the USTA National Campus introduced the first Academy Cup, which witnessed eight teams venture to Orlando to battle for bragging rights and an addition to their trophy case.
Academies are made up of junior boys and girls and the teams are separated into two groups of four. Each team plays each other in their group in a collegiate-style format where there are six singles matches, and if it is tied 3-3, doubles decide the victor. After the round-robin matches, the group winners clash in the finals.
In 2018, Saddlebrook topped Midtown in the title match, 4-2. 2018 Recap.
One year later, Tough Tennis got past Midtown in the finals, also by a 4-2 margin. 2019 Recap.
College MatchDay at the National Campus
Held every spring at the USTA National Campus, College MatchDay features a family-friendly atmosphere and some of the best college tennis matches in the country.
For more information including how to acquire tickets, visit the College MatchDay Homepage.
More Events From USTA Collegiate
The USTA helps support the HBCU Tennis Championships each year. Visit the HBCU Tennis Homepage to learn more about this prestigious event.
In 2019, the Florida A&M women and the Morgan State men claimed the titles. Recap
The USTA National Campus hosted the HBCU Championships for the first time in September 2018. Click here for a look back at the event.
The USTA National Campus has hosted at least one conference championship every season since it opened in 2017. In 2019, it entertained both the American Athletic Conference and Atlantic 10 Conference Championships.
American Athletic Conference Championships
Women - April 17-20, 2019 - Tournament Headquarters
Men - April 18-21, 2019 - Tournament Headquarters
Atlantic 10 Conference Championships
Women - April 24-27, 2019 - Tournament Headquarters
Men - April 25-28, 2019 - Tournament Headquarters
Sept. 27-29, 2019 at the USTA National Campus
Nine women's programs which all finished inside the Tennis Channel/USTA Top 25 final rankings from the spring 2019 swarmed the USTA National Campus for a highly-competitive individual tournament.
Schools participating: #5 South Carolina, #10 Oklahoma State, #13 UCF, #15 NC State, #18 Miami, #20 Tennessee, #21 Florida, #23 Virginia and #24 Ohio State.