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NCAA Championships at the National Campus

Enjoy the biggest college tennis event of the season at Lake Nona.

NCAA Ticket Information

NCAA Ticket Information

Ticket information will be made available soon. 

Fan Information

Fan Information

Experience the NCAA Championships In Person

Experience the NCAA Championships In Person

The USTA National Campus is located at 10000 USTA Blvd. in Orlando, Fla. It is nestled in the Lake Nona community, and can be reached by calling (844) 872-8667.


To schedule a tour of the Campus, contact Rafael Rivera at


Learn more about the USTA National Campus by Clicking Here


When finalized, this page will have even more information on how to attend the NCAA Championships at the USTA National Campus, and how to experience one of the biggest tennis events of the year. 



TV Information for the NCAA Championships

TV Information for the NCAA Championships

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About the NCAA

About the NCAA

What is the NCAA?


The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes.


For more information on the NCAA including governance, compliance and how to get involved with college sports, Click Here.


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Fans who would like to receive more information can sign up to receive newsletters from the NCAA. Click Here to learn more. 


Learn More About NCAA Tennis


Click on the following links to access more information from the NCAA. While there also check out all of the NCAA-sponsored sports across the country.


NCAA Men's Tennis

NCAA Women's Tennis

Teams Participating

Teams Participating

Meet the Participants

Meet the Participants

Team Championships 


The 2019 NCAA Championship men's and women's 64-team fields will be announced on April 29, with the tournament kicking off on campus sites with the first and second rounds May 3-5. The Super Regionals will take place, also on campus sites, May 10-11 before the quarterfinalists travel to Orlando to battle it out for this season's trophy May 16-19. will have a breakdown of all of the teams heading to the Sunshine State right here. 


Individual Championships


Starting on May 20, the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships get underway at the Campus. The singles fields consists of the top 64 players in the country, while doubles will feature the best 32 tandems.


Stay tuned for more information on this season's competitiors. 


Follow on Social Media

Follow on Social Media

Get Involved!

Get Involved!

Follow and Interact with the NCAA Championships on Social Media


Stay updated on all of the action. Here are some key handles and hashtags to follow during the tournament:








Get social with the NCAA and visit for all of your interactive needs. 

Useful Information

Traveling to Orlando

Get started with your trip to Orlando by visiting the NCAA's official travel page: 


Stay tuned for even more information on traveling to the Sunshine State. 




Dining, Shopping, Attractions

Stay tuned for important resources for your trip to Orlando. 


More information on volunteering at the NCAA Championships will be made available soon. 

More on College Tennis

Get Updated on College Tennis


Learn more about college tennis across the country and at the USTA National Campus:


-USTA National Campus Collegiate Homepage


-College Tennis Education (General Information)


-College Tennis FAQ (PDF download) 


-College Tennis News 


-Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Homepage 

Looking Ahead


Not only is the USTA National Campus hosting the 2019 Championships, but they will return in 2021, while the NCAA Division III Championships also take place at the facility in 2022.


NCAA Championships History


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NCAA is a trademark of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. 

NCAA Facts & Figures
The lowdown on the NCAA Championships.
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Team Championships

May 16-20, 2019

Individual Championships

May 21-26, 2019

What's On The Line

NCAA team titles as well as singles and doubles titles for men and women will be awarded.

Future Dates

The Campus will host the NCAA D-I Championships in 2019 and 2021, and the D-III Championships in 2022.