|Adult League Changes for 2013|
The USTA League Program has been restructured and will be implemented in 2013. It is composed of two Divisions: Adult and Mixed. The age groups for play at the National Level have been changed, are now called “League Types”. The league types for play in North Carolina include 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over and 65 and Over for the Adult Division and Mixed Divisions. In North Carolina, we will also have 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over and 65 & Over league types for the Southern Combo Doubles League as well as 18 & Over, 40 &
North Carolina Fares Well at Southern Super Senior Sectionals
South Carolina was the top state in the 2012 USTA Southern Super Seniors Sectional Championships.
With five champions and four finalists, South Carolina dominated the three-day competition. North Carolina had three champions and three finalists, while Georgia had two champions and two finalists.
There were 48 men’s and 61 women’s teams in men’s and women’s 60s, levels 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5, and men’s and women’s 70s, levels 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0.
13 More State Champions Crowned at Combo Doubles
GREENSBORO, NC (Nov. 12, 2012) – Week two of the North Carolina Southern Combo Doubles State Championships in Wilmington concluded last weekend as more than 120 teams competed for one of 13 Sectional berths. Eno River, Lake Norman and Metro paced the way as the only areas to record multiple winners. All three crowned a trio of state champions.
Week two of the tournament, which took place Nov. 8-11, wrapped up two weeks of exciting tennis on the east coast. All together, the state championships featured more than 2,400 players and 230 teams.
Week 1 of Combo Doubles State Championships Conclude
GREENSBORO, NC (Nov. 5, 2012) – Week one of the North Carolina Southern Combo Doubles State Championships in Wilmington concluded last weekend as more than 100 teams competed for one of 10 Sectional berths. Capital, Lake Norman and South East Tennis led the way with two titles each.
First Half Winners Crowned at 2012 USTA League Tennis Southern Section Championships
Mobile, AL - July 31, 2012 - Alabama teams dominated in their home state, taking three titles and finishing second twice in the first half of the USTA League Southern Section Championships. Birmingham had two champions and two finalists out of 10 levels contested.
North Carolina had two champions and four finalists in the matches played July 28-31. Tennessee had two champions while South Carolina was represented by one titlist and two finalists.