|2014 Border Battle sees highest turnout in three years|
The 2014 Border Battle, hosted by USTA North Carolina and USTA MAS Virginia District, became the most successful event in the tournament's three-year history, as 19 teams traveled to Virginia Beach on March 28-30 to compete. This year an inaugural Alumni Bash was also held, drawing 16 players to participate in the tournament.
Three North Carolina schools receive bids for Tennis On Campus nationals
Three North Carolina schools received bids to advance to nationals at the 2014 Tennis On Campus Southern Championship. Elon, North Carolina State and UNC are all heading to the Tennis On Campus National Championship in Surprise, Ariz.
The UNC Tar Heels B team defeated the Elon Phoenix A team 23-21 to win the Non-BCS title in Auburn, Ala., on Sunday. Auburn took down South Carolina 28-19 to capture the BCS title.
Over 400 players from 51 teams competed in Auburn and Opelika over the weekend. Advancing teams will now prepare for nationals on April 10-12.
2014 Border Battle features inaugural Alumni Bash
North Carolina and Virginia are preparing for the 3rd Annual Border Battle at Virginia Beach Tennis and Country Club. This year's edition features a special event, the inaguaral Alumni Bash, a tournament that includes alumni players from across the Southern and Mid Atlantic sections.
Tennis on Campus Contacts
2012/2013 North Carolina Club Team Presidents
Appalachian State University – Meredith Warfield - email@example.com
Duke Captures TOC State Championships
With monsoon-like weather conditions threatening the final day of the 2012 North Carolina Tennis on Campus State Championships, the regularly scheduled two-day tournament was changed to a one-day compass draw on Saturday, Nov. 17. Four tough matches later, Duke University emerged with the state championship after defeating UNC-Chapel Hill in a super tiebreaker.
The tournament, held in Wilmington, NC, featured 16 teams. The Blue Devils finished in first place ahead of UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University. UNC-Greensboro took fourth place.