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    General Information

    The 2017 USTA Tennis on Campus Southern Championship will be played Feb. 24-26 at the Yarbrough Tennis Center in Auburn, AL and other sites. Click here for our list of tennis sites.
    Download information listed on this page and entry form.
    Court surfaces
    Matches will be played on hard and clay courts.
    Host hotels

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    Hampton Inn (334.821.4111) - $102 per night, Sleep Inn (334.501.7171) - $105 per night. Teams are strongly encouraged to book their rooms early!!  Your credit card will not be charged until you check out of the hotel on February 28. Call to reserve your rooms by February 2 and ask for the “Tennis on Campus” room block to guarantee the group rate.

    All players will receive a T-Shirt and lunch on two days. Awards will be given to the top two teams in each draw.
    Tournament format
    World Team Tennis collegiate format will be used. All teams are encouraged to visit www.wtt.com and click on "Collegiate" under the "Local Leagues and Tournaments" tab. For a complete explanation of the World Team Tennis Collegiate rules, click on "Scorecard" located on the right side of the page and see page 2.

    We suggest teams have at least 3 men and 3 women (maximum 10 players) available to play all weekend, but teams may play with only 2 players of 1 gender.

    Individual eligibility
    Players must be enrolled for a minimum of ½ full-time for undergraduate students and 6 credit hours for graduate students. Players may not be a current varsity team member. There is a limit of one former varsity player per team. Click here for more info.

    USTA rules will be followed throughout the tournament where applicable. Any variations will be discussed at the Captain’s Meeting.
    Click here for the WTT college scoresheet with the rules.
    We will have 2 separate draws at this event.  “A” teams from schools whose varsity teams compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and Southeastern Conference (SEC) must enter the “Alley” draw.  This draw will have 4 automatic bids to the 2016 USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship on the line.  The “Rally” draw is open to all other teams.  This draw will have 1 bid to the 2016 USTA Tennis on Campus National Championship on the line.  “A” teams from schools that are not in the ACC or SEC and all “B” and “C” teams may choose which draw to enter.  
    Contact us
    Jeff Smith at 318.573.5037 (cell) or smith@sta.usta.com for more information.

    If you have an interesting story about your team, players or school, contact Director of Communications Ron Cioffi at 770.378/7856 or cioffi@sta.usta.com.
    USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship
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