In a rematch of last year's final, the University of Washington edged the defending champion University of Oregon by one game, 22-21, in final of the USTA Pacific Northwest Tennis On Campus (TOC) Sectional Championship held March 1-2 at Tualatin Hills Tennis Center in Beaverton, Ore. Both teams, along with Western Washington University, will advance to the 2014 TOC National Championships in Arizona on April 10-12.
Over 200 players on 24 teams from 15 different college tennis clubs (Seattle University, Central Washington U., Gonzaga, Eastern Washington U., Washington State, University of Portland, Portland State, Linfield, Willamette University, Lewis & Clark College, Oregon State and Southern Oregon University) participated in this year's USTA/PNW Tennis On Campus Sectional Championship.
If you have any questions about the USTA/PNW TOC Sectional Championship, contact Mark Toppe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 758-9970.
USTA Tennis On Campus Program Offers Co-ed Team Tennis in Pacific Northwest
Throughout the Pacific Northwest, college students are becoming a part of exciting coed tennis action that keeps their competitive fire burning and offers some serious fun, too.
If you played tennis on your high school team and miss the competition, or if you’re new to tennis and are just looking to meet some friends who share the same interest – USTA Tennis On Campus (TOC) is exactly what you need. College students interested in becoming a part of USTA Tennis On Campus can join their school's intramural program and/or traveling sport club that plays other schools in the Pacific Northwest.
USTA Tennis on Campus Website Full of Useful Information and Resources
The official website of the Tennis On Campus (TOC) program, www.tennisoncampus.com, provides an array of resources, materials and information to help support the rapidly expanding non-varsity side of college tennis.
The site features team profiles, links to each team’s website and popular Facebook pages. All college club teams are encouraged to visit the website to build or update their profiles, contact one another, share tips and set up matches.
Some of the free downloadable resources available on the site include customizable marketing materials, fundraising resources, tips for tennis club leaders, and a guidebook for starting a club tennis team. The site also lists upcoming section and national tournaments like the USTA Tennis on Campus Championship – Pacific Northwest and the USTA National Campus Championship.