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News and updates from men’s and women’s varsity tennis at all levels — NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College.

Remembering ITA Hall of Fame Inductee, Fred Kniffen

Former UT Tyler tennis coach Fred Kniffen passed away peacefully Wednesday morning. Kniffen coached the UT Tyler men's tennis program from 1985-97, leading...

The “Save College Tennis” Roundtable

NCAA.com's Andy Katz sits down with ITA CEO Timothy Russell and the USTA National Campus General Manager Tim Cass to discuss the...

On Title IX Anniversary, NCAA Title is the Aim for North Carolina Women’s Tennis

Passed on June 23, 1972, Title IX of the Education Amendments holds that “no person in the United States shall, on...

Brenau Brings Tennis to Special Needs Community

The Brenau Women’s Tennis team has been running tennis clinics for special needs individuals in their Gainesville, Georgia community since the spring...

Midwestern State Women’s Tennis Answers Call to Fight Illiteracy

Community service is engrained in the identity of the Midwestern State Women’s Tennis program. The Mustangs have actively volunteered in Wichita Falls,...

Dominant Tennis, Courtesy of Dick Gould

For many years, Stanford’s tennis players had the benefit of a man who was sure, before many others were, that they...

A Collegiate Model in Crisis: The Crippling Impact of Schools Cutting Sports

By Ross Dellenger and Pat Forde In August 2016, after Clayton Murphy became the first American man to...

ITA All-American Senior Spotlight: Riley Smith, USC

By Arthur Kapetanakis, USTA.com Though the college tennis season was cut short, the ITA still named its All-America teams for the...

North Carolina Central Men’s Tennis Doubles Down on Community Service Efforts

After dealing with a fall season cut short due to team injuries, D. Curtis Lawson - head coach of the North Carolina...

Tireless Medical Efforts During A Worldly Pandemic

Dr. Brian Hainline has helped guide the sports industry through one of the most complex pandemics in the world.

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