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Rink Named Tennis on Campus National Leader of the Year

The USTA/Midwest Section is proud to announce that the United States Tennis Association (USTA) has named Purdue University’s Jessica Rink (from Granger, Ind.) as the 2014-15 Tennis On Campus National Leader of the Year. Rink is the first female recipient of this award. Since 2000, this award has been presented annually to the college student who has made significant contributions to the USTA’s Tennis On Campus program in a manner that benefits the well-being of his or her fellow students. Read More

2015 Early Development Camp Schedule Released

The USTA/Midwest Section is pleased to announce the five locations for the inaugural year of the Early Development Camps (EDCs). These camps will be the first step in the USTA Player Development pathway and have been positioned to seek out some of the most promising young talent in the Midwest. Each EDC will have a player identification “combine” followed by four, themed Orange Ball high performance camps. Read More

Midwest Youth Team Tennis Programs Coming Up

Multiple Midwest Youth Team Tennis and Futures Team Tennis programs are drawing near as the spring season heats up. Find a local program in your area today! Read More

2015 College Showcase Coming to Indianapolis

The 2015 College Showcase, set to take place June 19 in Indianapolis, IN, is for all High School Prospective Student-Athletes interested in learning more about the college recruiting process to find the program and school best suited for your tennis and academic goals. There will be an information forum as well as an opportunity to participate on court with College Coaches in attendance. Read More

Midwest Organizers Team Tennis Incentives

The USTA/Midwest Section has created an organizer incentive plan for Midwest Youth Team Tennis and Junior Team Tennis (non-advancing) programming. Find out how you can earn money just for organizing your program! Download Document

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