TOC SOUTHWEST CHAMPIONSHIPS
September 25, 2018
Each of the Southwest's seven collegiate, co-ed club teams will be in Las Cruces in mid-February 2019 for the Tennis on Campus Championships - USTA Southwest..
The three-day event, held at the NMSU Tennis Center, is not only for Section bragging rights as the top team for another year, but the event serves as an automatic qualifier for the top Section's top two teams into the 64-team field at the 2019 USTA Tennis on Campus National Championships.
Last year's champion - University of New Mexico - stopped a six championships in seven year reign of University of Arizona. Besides the Lobos and the Wildcats, other schools will be back to compete this year, including Northern Arizona University, Grand Canyon University, the host New Mexico State University, University of Texas-El Paso and Arizona State University - all with their sights on qualifying for the 2019 USTA Tennis on Campus National Championships.
A tentative schedule will be released in early-February for the USTA Southwest Tennis on Campus Championships and a final schedule will be handed out at the captain's meeting on the first day of play.
Please be advised the schedule could change depending on weather/teams dropping out/etc.
Keep checking back for schedule releases to this page.
Information will be coming as the event nears.
The host site for the 2019 USTA Southwest Tennis on Campus Championships will be New Mexico State University Tennis Center.
This public and collegiate facility, is one of the larger tennis centers in the Southwest, boasts 5 championship-level courts and has been a past host of section championship events, including this event.
NMSU TENNIS CENTER
1815 Wells St
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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