2023 adult league national preview

October 11, 2023

2023 USTA League National Championships Are Here!


The thrill of Nationals is back, and it's bigger and better than ever! The 2023 USTA League National Championships has begun, and teams from all 17 sections are gearing up for a chance to win the National Championship banner. 


In the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region, the journey to nationals has been nothing short of epic. Teams rallied their way through local leagues, Regional Championships, and Sectional Championships, each step fueling their determination to clinch a coveted spot in the national events taking place in Arizona and Florida between October and November. The stakes were high, and the competition was fierce, but it all led to this moment.


As exhilarating as the road to nationals has been, it's essential to acknowledge that winning teams didn't simply arrive on the court, racquets in hand, and start playing. Behind every electrifying match were countless hours of dedication and preparation.


“We couldn’t have gotten here without all of the hard work and dedication of my team and the support of many others in the Mid-Atlantic tennis community,” said Lucy Wang, a team captain representing USTA Mid-Atlantic in this year’s National Championships. 



The USTA Mid-Atlantic region extends its warmest congratulations to all league participants for an outstanding season. We celebrate the dedication and hard work that brought teams to the USTA League National Championships and wish them the very best of luck. Know that we'll be cheering on every team and player as they chase glory on the national stage. Get ready for an electrifying display of talent and passion, because we are #MidAtlanticProud!


18 & Over

2.5W - Charlottesville Moore


3.0M - Howard Columbia Munshell

3.0W - Richmond Cook


3.5M - Howard Columbia Munshell

3.5W - Montgomery Wang


4.0M - Washington DC Charles

4.0W - NOVA Kim


4.5M - Richmond Godsey

4.5W - GPS DC


5.0M - Richmond Gruhl

5.0W - Richmond Butterworth


Mixed 18 & Over

6.0 - NOVA Acosta


7.0 - Montgomery Singh


8.0 - Virginia Beach Bracey


9.0 - Montgomery Park


10.0 - DC Acosta


40 & Over

2.5W - Richmond Ware


3.0M - HOWARD COLUMBIA - Munshell

3.0W - Shenandoah Messner


3.5W - MONTGOMERY - Schreiber

3.5M - Richmond Stephens


4.0W - NORFOLK - Kezman

4.0M - NOVA Pham


4.5W - MONTGOMERY - Baumann

4.5M - Montgomery Tull


Mixed 40 & Over

6.0 - Nova Yu


7.0 - Richmond Ghita


8.0 - NOVA Kim


9.0 - RVA Gregory


55 & Over

6.0W - Richmond Yorke

6.0M - NOVA Etheridge


7.0W - Shenandoah Ponsugree

7.0M - Howard Columbia Mansfield


8.0W - Norfolk Kezman

8.0M - Montgomery Bernstein


9.0W - Anne Arundel Mcclatchy

9.0M - NOVA Lieber


65 & Over

6.0W - Richmond Ziegler

7.0W - Howard County Leitzer-Kerr


7.0M - RVA McFadden


8.0W - Anne Arundel Shelor

8.0M - Howard County Dauses


USTA League Nationals began on September 29, 2023, and will continue each weekend until November 12. To stay up to date on Mid-Atlantic teams competing, make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and X


USTA Mid-Atlantic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to promoting tennis and its physical, social, and emotional health benefits. Learn about our impact in the region and how USTA Mid-Atlantic creates community, character, and well-being.

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