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Oracle ITA Summer Circuit Brings Out the Best in So Cal College Tennis Players

Competitive battles abound in Southern California at the various Oracle ITA Summer Circuit events, a series Powered by UTR. The ITA collegiate tournaments have gathered some of So Cal’s top… Read more »

Cal State LA builds for the future

With a sprawling new tennis facility on the way for Cal State Los Angeles, the Division II Golden Eagles are looking to build their program and recapture the magic that… Read more »

SoCal Officials Selected To The 2018 U.S. Open

The USTA National Officiating Department has published the list of Southern California officials selected for the 2018 U.S. Open. This is the singular highest honor for an American tennis official… Read more »

Cal State LA student excels on the tennis court and in the classroom

The email that would change Elizaveta Sokolova’s life landed in her inbox as she was walking into her high school graduation ceremony in Moscow, Russia. In it was a full-ride… Read more »

‘Underdogs’ No More: CMS Earns D3 National Title

When the dust settled at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Team Championships at Claremont last week, the final team standing was a long shot winner. True, they were competitive… Read more »

UCLA’s Redlicki-Zhu Win National Doubles Title

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – For UCLA senior Martin Redlicki, it was so good to feel like a champion again and end his storied Bruin career on top. For sophomore Evan Zhu,… Read more »

NCAA Championships: Follow Your SoCal Teams!

The collegiate tennis season kicks into high gear this weekend as the 2018 NCAA Championships begin play, and three local venues will host regional action this weekend. Both UCLA squads… Read more »

‘THE PROCESS’: Perspectives on Recruitment and the College Tennis Experience

  Considered by many as the nation’s top collegiate recruit, Brandon Nakashima has other things on his mind as he hoists the winning trophy at this year’s USTA International Spring… Read more »

The Ojai ROAD TRIP – A Rite of Passage for Tennis Lovers in the Spring

When Scott Cleere first became the Director of Tennis at the Templeton Tennis Ranch back in 2015, he wanted to introduce some of his new members at the new facility… Read more »

SoCal Shines at TOC National Championship

Southern California schools were forces to be reckoned with at the 2018 Tennis On Campus National Championship in Orlando. USTA Southern California sent four teams to the event, each of… Read more »

CTC Program visits UCLA, meets top-ranked Bruins

Some of the most talented young tennis players in Southern California recently enjoyed a visit to Westwood and L.A. Tennis Center on the campus of UCLA, where they got a… Read more »

San Diego Christian College Men’s and Women’s Teams in the Hunt for Conference Championships

The San Diego Christian College women’s team recently defeated Arizona Christian College, 6-3, thanks to “Team Sarah.” The freshmen duo of No. 1 Sarah Schaerer from Switzerland and No. 2… Read more »

SOCAL’s #1 Junior: Build A High IQ Tennis Player

Cali Jankowski of Southern California is SoCal’s #1 ranked junior as well as the #5 nationally ranked junior. She recently shared her College Administration Essay, when asked to write about… Read more »

UCLA Takes TOC Section Championship

At USTA Southern California, Assistant Director of Adult Tennis Madeline Segura is the face of Tennis On Campus. After a raucous weekend in San Diego for this year’s Sectionals, Madeline… Read more »

Fun and Fierce Competition at the TOC 2018 Sectionals

Fun and Fierce Competition at the Tennis on Campus So Cal Sectionals in San Diego After a successful junior tennis career, Carissa Bernhardt of San Diego decided to focus on… Read more »

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USTA’s College Knowledge Inspires Players and Parents

What does it take to get a college tennis scholarship? Outstanding answers came from tennis professionals at the recent College Knowledge Workshop held at Cathedral Catholic High School in San… Read more »

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Sip N Serve Returns To Westside

After a successful run in Santa Monica last month, Sip ‘N Serve is back to the Westside with another series for millennial tennis players in Marina del Rey. Sip ‘N… Read more »

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College: Sanchez brings tennis back to Marymount

On the campus of Marymount California University, at the peak of a hillside overlooking the Pacific with Catalina Island imposing off the coast, four newly surfaced tennis courts sit in… Read more »

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SoCal Athletes to Rep U.S. at Global Collegiate Tourney

SHIBAHARA, HOLT, REDLICKI TO HELP LEAD U.S. IN 2017 MASTER’U BNP PARIBAS INTERNATIONAL COLLEGIATE TEAM COMPETITION  Americans Look to Win Seventh Straight Master’U Title November 30-December 3 in Marcq-en-Baroeul, France… Read more »

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Azusa Pacific’s Oliver Frank notches upset at SoCal Intercollegiates

After an entertaining weekend of Men’s singles action at the 2017 SoCal Intercollegiate Championships, Monday’s finale featured a perennial NCAA Division I favorite and an underdog from Division II Azusa… Read more »

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What A College Athlete Eats For Peak Performance

By Lucas Chmielewski It’s anything but junk food and empty calories for college athletes looking to perform at their peak. Today’s ultra-competitive college environment requires banking every advantage you can… Read more »

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World University Games a Special Trip For Coach Chen

Community Spotlight: Grant Chen Being a part of Team USA this summer and coaching at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan, had extra special meaning for current UCLA associate… Read more »