Team Membership

1 Team

(Men or Women)
Prices vary based on division. The ITA Team Membership includes head and assistant coaches, sports information director, business admin, and director of operations.

Currently accepting team memberships for the 2021-22 season (July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022).
  • Division I → $550
  • Division II → $250
  • Division III → $250
  • NAIA → $250
  • Junior College → $175

2 Teams

(Men and Women)
Prices vary based on division. The ITA Team Membership includes head and assistant coaches, sports information director, business admin, and director of operations.

Currently accepting team memberships for the 2021-22 season (July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022).
  • Division I → $1,100
  • Division II → $350
  • Division III → $350
  • NAIA → $350
  • Junior College → $300

The ITA Team Membership is for coaches of any collegiate tennis program in Division I, II, III, NAIA, and Junior College.

Membership benefits:

  • Access to the National and Regional Oracle ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings
  • Direct access to online score reporting
  • Participate in ITA tournaments: regional and national championships
  • Access to Coach Education Resources
  • Eligibility for the ITA Awards Program
  • Receive an ITA Scorebook (ITA Rulebook now included within Scorebook)
  • Access to ITA governance features (rules interpretations, ability to protest) regarding regular season, non-conference play
  • Host an ITA event: regional or national championships, summer and fall circuit, sanctioned tournaments
  • Attend the ITA Coaches Convention
  • Participate on ITA National and Regional Committees
  • Post your job opportunities on the ITA Classifieds page
  • Post your available scheduling dates on the ITA Open Dates page
  • For your SID’s: free access to photos of your players at ITA tournaments
  • Receive discounts from ITA Partners and Corporate Members
  • Student-athlete eligibility for Tennis For America

Your membership dues also contribute to the overall health and long-term sustainability of collegiate tennis and the sport as a whole. The ITA works tirelessly to promote college tennis to a national and global audience, advocate for resources with stakeholders such as the NCAA and USTA, and ensure college coach input into the future of collegiate tennis through the management of a robust governance structure.