Florida teams reached the quarterfinals and round of 16 in the Gold Bracket at the 2019 USTA Tennis on Campus National Championships, held April 11-13 at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex in Surprise, Ariz.

In the round of 16 the University of Florida lost to eventual finalist the University of California, Berkeley 27-20. In the next round the University of Miami was edged 25-23 by eventual champion UCLA.

The championship match saw UCLA defeat UC Berkeley 23-22 in the World Team Tennis format. UCLA lost the men’s doubles 6-4 and women’s singles 6-1, but won the women’s doubles 6-4, the men’s singles 6-3 and mixed doubles 6-3.

The University of Georgia won the Silver Bracket, the University of Michigan the Bronze Bracket, and the University of Notre Dame the Copper Bracket.

2019 Tennis On Campus National Championship: Part 1

The Tennis On Campus National Championship welcomes California Golden Bears vs. UCLA Bruins for the 2019 final! Who will take home the title of best college club team in the nation? [Part 1: Men's Doubles & Women's Doubles]

Posted by United States Tennis Association – USTA (Official) on Saturday, April 13, 2019

2019 Tennis on Campus National Championship: Part 2

The Tennis On Campus National Championship welcomes California Golden Bears vs. UCLA Bruins for the 2019 final! Who will take home the title of best college club team in the nation? [Part 2: Men's Singles, Women's Singles & Mixed Doubles]

Posted by United States Tennis Association – USTA (Official) on Saturday, April 13, 2019

2019 Tennis on Campus National Championship: Part 2

The Tennis On Campus National Championship welcomes California Golden Bears vs. UCLA Bruins for the 2019 final! Who will take home the title of best college club team in the nation? [Part 2: Men's Singles, Women's Singles & Mixed Doubles]

Posted by United States Tennis Association – USTA (Official) on Saturday, April 13, 2019

 

The USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship is the pinnacle event of collegiate club tennis in the United States. Since it’s inception in 2000 with a handful of schools, the event has grown to 64 colleges and universities representing 15 USTA Sections.

In partnership with the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association and World Team Tennis, the Tennis On Campus National Championship is dedicated to bringing the best possible experience to collegiate club tennis players. Club tennis teams can either earn bids through their Sectional Championships or through two Tennis On Campus Invitationals that are held throughout the academic year.

For more info go to www.tennisoncampus.com/USTATennisOnCampusNationalChampionship.htm.

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