USTA PNW LEAGUE SECTION CHAMPIONSHIPS ADULT 18 & OVER The top teams in each division are invited to attend with the chance to advance to Nationals.
The top teams in each division are invited to attend with the chance to advance to Nationals.

2023 SECTIONALS - AUGUST 11-13, 2023


Tournament Organizer (questions leading up to Section Championships):

Elece Fiocchi, Managing Director of Provider Services



Tournament Director (questions during Section Championships):

Michael Mon




WEATHER UPDATES - Will be sent out via text through Match Tennis Team App




Our Section Championship player registration model has changed. Following USTA National and other Sections' lead, USTA-PNW will now use individual registrations. Although we have always tried to keep expenses low, our costs have increased significantly due to several factors.

Player Registration: Click Here All players must register individually. The registration cost is $48. (Minimum Players (8) (5 for 2.5 and 5.0 teams) Due July 21, 2023 - Registration Closed August 13, 2023)

Players on Multiple Teams and Levels: - Click Here (Due July 21, 2023)

Match Tennis Team app is available for download on your mobile device.

Captains MUST download the app in order to submit line ups, enter scores and sign off on scorecards.

Players can also download the app.

The Match Tennis Team App will be used for:

  • Captain Lineup Submission

  • Player Score Entry

  • Player Court Assignments

  • Player & Captain Communication

  • Match Score Confirmation

To download the Match Tennis Team app, click here.

Schedule Available: July 28, 2023

Captain/Player Conference Call: Tuesday, August 1 @ 7pm Click Here To Join By Google Meet or join by phone ‪(US) +1 224-900-6794‬ PIN: ‪110 169 478‬#

Match Play: Matches will start as early as 7:30 am on Friday, August 11, 2023

Refund Policy: - no refunds after the schedule is posted


MATCH COURT INFO *All Sunday Finals @ Tualatin Hills



Close to Tualatin Hills

  • Meadow Park - 4 courts 14100 SW Downing Street

  • Sunset Park/Sunset High School - 4 courts 13700 NW Cornell Rd

  • Five Oaks Middle School - 4 courts 1550 NW 167th Place

  • Cedar Park School - 4 courts SW Cedar Hills Blvd & SW Berkshire Street

  • PCC - Rock Creek - 6 courts 17400 NW Springville Road

Close to Mountain Park/West Hills

  • Westlake Park - 2 courts 14100 Bunick Drive

  • Lake Oswego High School - 3 courts 2501 Country Club Road

  • Tigard High School - 6 courts 9000 SW Durham Road

Close to Vancouver Tennis Club

  • Hudson Bay High School - 4 courts 1601 E. McLoughlin Blvd

  • Clark College - 4 courts 1850 Fort Vancouver Way

  • Evergreen High School - 4 courts 2205 NE 138th Avenue




Hotels: More coming soon!

AC Hotel Portland/Beaverton Book by 7/20/23 

Element Portland/Beaverton Book by 7/20/23

Hilton Garden Inn Beaverton Book by 7/27/23

Vancouver Hotels Booking Site Book by 7/10/23

Enjoy And Explore Vancouver!




T-Shirts: Ordered during player registration and available at first match

*Players who are not attending Sectionals but would still like a 2023 Section Championship t-shirt can visit the PNW Storefront (2023 Section Championship t-shirts coming soon)


Photographer: USTA PNW staff may be taking photos at certain sites and times during the event. In addition to a Publicity Waiver form at registration, we will have a media waiver release sign at each court site which states that, by entering the court site premises, you agree to be photographed and/or filmed by the non-profit United States Tennis Association Pacific Northwest (USTA PNW) in connection with your participation in this event and that the USTA PNW will own any and all rights in such photography and film of you.


Tennis Balls: Penn is the official ball sponsor of USTA League. USTA PNW has agreed to invest funds to use Pro Penn Marathon balls for all Section Championships.


Bananas: USTA PNW will order bananas for each tournament site throughout the weekend


Ice: USTA PNW or host facility will supply ice to cool beverages or to keep small coolers chilled (please do not fill large coolers) 


Stringer: Coming Soon


PNW Color Wars: -  Neon Pink




Bring Water Container: Players and spectators must bring their own water container. Water will be available for refilling a container, but there may not be any bottles or cups available on site.


Keep Hydrated: Click here for information on the importance of hydration. 


Follow Host Site Rules: We are all guests of these facilities. Please pick up all trash and be respectful of management or staff. They also have their own rules in place as to what is acceptable at their facility so please obey any posted rules. 


2023 Sportsmanship Nomination


2022 Sportsmanship Stories

Melissa was nominated by Terra - “Melissa and her partner Lori were the nicest opponents to play against and made very generous lines calls that many other teams would have called out.”


Lori was nominated by Terra - “Lori and her partner Melissa were the nicest opponents to play against and made very generous lines calls that many other teams would have called out.”


Molly was nominated by Rosemary - “Molly and Dana were so fun to play with and had great attitudes. They fought hard and were great competitors. The Yakima team was filled with great sportswomen and I look forward to playing them again.”


Molly was nominated by Tessa - “Molly is not just an amazing player, she has the best attitude.  We were competing in the 2.5 Women league and throughout the match her attitude never changed.  Both Dana and her are one of the sweetest and fair players we have seen.  The topping on the cake, she has an amazing zest for the game.  Even though, she lost, Molly did not feel down; she assessed her game and had more of an ambition to improve.  This is what healthy tennis competition is about!!!  We traded numbers so if either one of us are in each other's area we can scrimmage and learn from one another.  


Having originally met her as an opponent on the other side of the net and ending up as tennis buddy after the match is priceless.”


Debora was nominated by Una - “Team Captain Debora and her Mountain Park 2.5 ladies team exhibited excellent sportsmanship before, during, and after our match. They played strong tennis and demonstrated grace and a positive attitude that was noticed and appreciated.  Its players like their teams that make tournament play enjoyable because they are mighty opponents and thoughtful and kind.”


Lee was nominated by Una - “Lee and her doubles partner were strong opponents, played excellent tennis, and exemplified sportsmanship in every action and word. They were kind, friendly, and gracious. They were a pleasure to play with.  They deserve to be recognized for exhibiting what tennis is about - being strong tennis players and that kindness goes a long way.”


Laura was nominated by Una - “Laura and her doubles partner were strong opponents, played excellent tennis, and exemplified sportsmanship in every action and word. They were kind, friendly, and gracious. They were a pleasure to play with.”


Karilyn was nominated by Chris - “Was very welcoming for everyone and made a large batch of various types of cookies to share with everyone in the observation area.”


Barbara was nominated by Edwardeen - “I am nominating Barb because she showed sportsmanship like I have never seen in a teammate in my 40+ years of playing sports.  Barb was our backup player for Sectionals, and though she knew that there was only the slightest chance that she might be able to play, she (1) showed up for every practice, working extremely hard; (2) showed up to every Sectionals match dressed in the team uniform and ready to step in if there was an emergency; and (3) supported the team members who played in the various lineups during Sectionals in every way possible, cheering us on and lifting us up when we were down.  The moment that really made me want to nominate Barb occurred on the morning of our 3.0 ladies final.  When my partner and I went to warm up at 7:45 am to for the 9:30 am final, we looked over and saw Barb warming up a few courts over, putting in the extra effort for our team and never asking for anything in return.  One hears so many stories about the selfishness of players on USTA league teams, and I wanted to recognize Barb for exhibiting that rare strength of character where she put the team ahead of herself.”


Charlotte was nominated by Donna - “A keen but honest competitor who insisted on buying us a drink after a hard fought match that went to a 3rd set tiebreak.”


Bobbie was nominated by Donna - “A pleasure to play against- very complimentary and at the end of our match that went to a 3rd set tiebreak insisted on buying us a drink. Just a real good sport.”


Krista was nominated by Tenley - “Krista demonstrates such support and sportsmanship for her team and fellow competitors.”


Abhinaya was nominated by Jill - “Great sportsmanship.”


Laura was nominated by Lisa - “An exemplary display of friend at court.  Whether you win or lose, you will get fair calls, pleasant demeanor and a smile from Laura.”


Trisha was nominated by Lisa - “A very pleasant opponent :) sets the tone for a great match!”

2022 Adult 18 & Over Section Champions

2.5 Men - Eastside-Scudiero (NWW)

2.5 Women - Mercer Island-Lee (NWW)

3.0 Men - Mill Creek-Hinojosa (NWW)

3.0 Women - Mercer Island-Hanover (NWW)

3.5 Men - Woodinville-Low (NWW)

3.5 Women - Mill Creek-Noeun (NWW)

4.0 Men - Mill Creek-Ichikawa (NWW)

4.0 Women Glendoveer-Ferrer (N OR)

4.5 Men - Amy Yee-Ueno (NWW)

4.5 Women - Amy Yee-Osborn (NWW)

5.0 Men - Glendoveer-Schweitz (N OR)

5.0 Women - Forest Crest-Takeuchi (NWW)

Open Men - Forest Crest-Tais (NWW)