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2021 ITA Cup Day Four Recap

The 2021 ITA Cup at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College concluded on Sunday, with Division II and NAIA settling its singles and...

2021 ITA Cup Day Three Recap

Champions in singles and doubles were crowned in Division III and Junior Colleges on Saturday at the 2021 ITA Cup. Hosted by the Rome...

2021 ITA Cup Day Two Recap

All four divisions took a step closer to crowning singles and doubles champions during Friday’s action at the 2021 ITA Cup, hosted by the...

2021 ITA Cup Day One Recap

Gratitude is the word that best sums up the first day of play at the 2021 ITA Cup. Roaming the spacious Rome Tennis Center at...

Flagler College’s Luisa Hrda Makes History With Program’s First ITA Regional Championship Title

Up until last month, Flagler College had never won an ITA Division II Southwest Regional championship. Despite having placed athletes in the finals each...

2021 ITA Cup Gets Underway on Thursday

Many of the nation’s top singles and doubles women’s and men’s competitors from Division II, Division III, NAIA and JUCO are set to compete...

ITA Coaches Convention Enhancements

Through the years our ITA member coaches have shared with us their feedback and thoughts on the ITA Coaches Convention, and we’ve taken that to...

Shelton, Cash & Vocel Win Men’s All-Americans Titles

The 2021 ITA Men’s All-American Championships wrapped up in spectacular fashion on Sunday. The singles final featured two student-athletes in search of their program's...

First-Time Champions Crowned at 2021 ITA Women’s All-American Championships by LTP

Six match points. Six times Anna Brylin and Brooke Killingsworth of Wake Forest refused to give up that final point against Old Dominion in their...

Players Re-Writing Program History Books at 2021 ITA Women’s All-American Championships by LTP

Sarah Hamner continues to re-write the South Carolina women’s tennis history books. Sunday, she’ll compete for an ITA National Championship. Hamner, a freshman, became the first...

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