18th Annual HBCU National Tennis Championships ~ September 20-23, 2018 ~ USTA National Campus

HBCU Nat'l Tennis Championship

About the HBCU National Tennis Championship

The HBCU National Tennis Championship has always stood for providing schools with the opportunity to compete in a tournament during the Fall to allow players to meet, compete, and be crowned National Champions at the end of the tournament, both individually and as teams. 


The HBCU National Tennis Championship is open to HBCU schools interested in participating. Every year, we have over 15 collegiate institutions (over 30 men's and women's tennis programs) with close to 250 players competing in slated events, for both singles and doubles. 


This year, we are looking to have our biggest turnout yet, with the tournament being showcased at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, FL!

Events

No upcoming events.

Tournament Hotel

Hotels Will Be Updated


Address Will Be Updated


Check-In/Check Out Times Vary By Hotel

Check In: 3:00 PM

Check Out: 12:00 PM

Hotel Room Booking TBD

To Book Your Rooms, Please Call:

TBD


Nightly Rates:

TBD

Sponsor Participation

Participate as a sponsor or an advertiser for the 17th Annual HBCU National Tennis Championships, in the Atlanta area at the South Fulton Tennis Center in College Park, GA.

If you would like to participate as a sponsor or an advertiser, please download the the document below for more information. 

HBCU Sponsorship Package

HBCU Sponsorship Package (pdf)

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HBCU Championships College Combine

ATTENTION! All High School Juniors and Seniors graduating in 2019 and 2020: 

College coaches from around the nation want to see YOU! All skills levels welcome! 

Come out to showcase your tennis skills, learn about college tennis, and have a great time!  


***FLYER COMING SOON.***

Files coming soon.

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HBCU Championships Career Seminar

The 2018 HBCU Championships Career Seminar will be hosted on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 6:00pm. 

Our guest speakers will be The PTM Program’s Chris Michalowski and USPTA, Director of Communications John Cornell.


HBCU Career Seminar Flyer (pdf)

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