USTA / ITA Campus Showdown Coming to Caltech

USTA / ITA Campus Showdown Coming to Caltech

PASADENA, Calif. - Once again, the Braun Tennis Center on the Caltech campus will serve as a host site for a USTA / ITA One Day Campus Showdown. The men's event will take place on Sunday, November 9 at 9 am and the women's event will take place Sunday, November 9 at 2 pm. Both events will feature a compass draw comprised of collegiate, junior and open players.

"Now that we're in our third year of the Campus Showdown, we're thrilled," said Caltech head tennis coach Mandy Gamble. "It's a great event to promote our sport."

This is the third year in a row Caltech will host the Showdown. In 2012 Caltech hosted its first event and it was a huge success.

"Adults, college and high school players ... They're all welcome to play," Gamble added.

Event Details:

Men's & Women's Singles & Doubles: Every player gets a minimum of three (3) singles matches and two (2) doubles matches. One may enter with his or her own doubles partner or be assigned one. Competition is open to any junior, collegiate, or open player.

Draw Size is imited to the first 20 players entered and paid before the entry deadline.

Entry Fee: $15

Play Begins at 9 am sharp (Player meeting at 8:55 am)

Entry Deadline: Thursday, November 6 at 11:59 pm

 

Men's Showdown Registration Link

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2133965

Women's Showdown Registration Link

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2133966

 

Other:

* One Day Campus Showdowns are a joint USTA / ITA program designed to bring together junior, collegiate, and open players for competition on college campuses.
* Compass draw format with 1st round winners and 1st round losers separated and then playing out in their sections.
* This is an unattached, individual, non-sanctioned, non-ranking, open event that does not count against a student-athlete's or team's dates of competition (per NCAA interpretation)
* No coaching allowed
* No umpires, no prizes, and no declared winner

For more info, contact men's tournament director Mandy Gamble