Thanks! You’re almost done...
is being subscribed to the USTA National Campus newsletter. Help us personalize your experience even more.
Required
Required
Required
Want more? Add the following:
By clicking 'Sign Up' you agree that you have read and understood the terms of use and privacy policy  for usta.com
headerimage
Thank you and see you on the courts!
Follow USTA for exclusive tips, access and more.
scroll-top

2019 College MatchDay

All five events to be televised live on Tennis Channel starting Feb. 2.

Brian Ormiston  |  October 18, 2018
primary-article-image

College MatchDay is back at the USTA National Campus for 2019, with five events set to be featured live on Tennis Channel. It will be the second consecutive season in which Tennis Channel will air the College MatchDay series.

 

The schedule kicks off Saturday, Feb. 2, when the rivalry continues between the men of Florida and Florida State. The Campus also will be honored to host its first military match when both the men and women of Air Force collide with Army on Feb. 16. 

 

2019 College MatchDay Schedule

Saturday, Feb. 2 – 6 p.m. – Men – Florida vs. Florida State

Saturday, Feb. 9 – 6 p.m. – Men – Duke vs. Tennessee

Saturday, Feb. 16 – 4 p.m. – Men/Women – Air Force vs. Army

Sunday, Feb. 24 – 5:30 p.m. – Women – Florida vs. UCF

Sunday, March 3 – 5 p.m. – Men – Miami (Fla.) vs. UCF

 

Ticket and promotion information will be announced at a later date.

 

 

An average of more than 1,000 fans attended College MatchDay events in 2018, highlighted by a turnout of 1,917 spectators for Florida vs. Florida State, and 1,325 fans for Michigan vs. UCF. Those were the two highest-attended college tennis matches of the regular season in the country.

 

College MatchDay, which was created in 2013, will be in its third season at the Campus in Orlando. The marquee event provides a bowl-game atmosphere, with family-friendly experiences such as games, activities and kids clinics on offer.

 

For alumni, groups, VIPs and sponsors who would like to get involved in 2019, contact Brian Ormiston in the USTA Collegiate Department at brian.ormiston@usta.com.