USTA NC Notebook
USTA North Carolina's 2015 award winners

With over 30,000 USTA members playing in North Carolina, it's easy to witness all sorts of outstanding achievements across the state every year. USTA North Carolina has looked over the past year and carefullly selected winners for its annual awards, which will be given out at Tennis Weekend in Pinehurst.


Team NC players excel at NCHSAA Tennis Championships

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) held the 2015 Women's Tennis State Championships on Oct. 30-31, crowning singles and doubles champions across the four levels of high school tennis. Some familiar faces kept their reign in tact, including 4-A singles champion Susanne Boyden, 4-A doubles champion Sammi Smith and 3-A singles champion Adrienne Haynes, all players who have been a part of Team North Carolina


2015 Community Development award winners

USTA North Carolina has announced eight recipients who will be honored as this year's Community Development award winners. These awards were given out during the Community Development Workshop (CDW) on Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.

Each year USTA North Carolina gives out 40 awards over a wide range of categories to players, coaches, professionals and organizations across the state. Seven awards are annually handed out at the CDW. The remaining awards are presented during Tennis Weekend in January.


Elevate your 10U program

Take Your U10 Program to the Next Level!

Have you ever attended a training workshop and left feeling inspired but that your brain was about to explode? You thought it was a great experience but a month down the line you have not implemented even 10% of what you intended to. You are not alone!


Become a NCTA Board of Directors and/or committee member

USTA North Carolina has a long history of volunteer service in our communities and at our state level. Every two years, we retool our committees and Board of Directors to begin a new effort to promote and develop tennis in North Carolina.

To do so, we need a strong group of volunteers ready to serve. It's time again to recruit our volunteers to fill our USTA North Carolina Board of Directors and state level committees.