Missouri Valley / Heart Of America

League National Championships have wrapped up–did your favorite team win?

Sydney Hamilton | November 15, 2023

It’s been an exciting postseason for USTA Heart of America Leagues, with teams from our district squaring up against other skillful crews from around the section during the 2023 USTA League Section Championships.


In July, league teams descended upon Overland Park Racquet Club in Overland Park, KS, for the 2023 USTA Missouri Valley 65 & Over Section Championship. Then, in early August, the 2023 USTA Missouri Valley 18 & Over 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 Section Championship was held at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center in St. Louis. Last, but certainly not least, was the 2023 USTA Missouri Valley 18 & Over 2.5W, 3.5, 4.5, 55 & Over, 6.0, and 8.0 Section Championship, which took place in late August at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center in Oklahoma City, OK.

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While the competition at the three tournaments was fierce, USTA Heart of America was incredibly well represented at all events. We’re so proud to announce that the following teams from our district won out in their respective divisions and will be competing at the USTA League National Championships later this year:


  • 65 & Over Women (8.0): Team Crampton

  • 65 & Over Men (8.0): Team Cox

  • 18 & Over Women (4.5): Team Galloway

  • 18 & Over Men (4.5): Team Mekles

  • 55 & Over (8.0): Team Holsinger

  • 40 & Over Women (4.5): Team Gifford

  • 40 & Over Men (4.0): Team Stroede


For results of this year’s USTA League National Championships, click here.

Please join us in congratulating the players of these teams on their amazing seasons.



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