|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.
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NC natives medal at ITF Senior World Team Championships
Two North Carolina natives had the chance to represent their state and country this year at the ITF Seniors World Team Championships in La Baule, France. Greensboro’s Bill Ashley and Durham’s Wendy McColskey were selected by the USTA to play for Team USA, giving the two players a chance of a lifetime to travel and compete overseas.
McColskey, who played singles and doubles for the women’s 60 team, helped USA win gold in the Alice Marble Cup. She was proud of her team, and she felt confident about their chances of winning when the headed over to France.
McCarthy clinches spot is US Open National Playoffs
Cary native Kailtyn McCarthy added a major win to her resumé at the 2015 US Open National Playoffs – Southern Qualifying Tournament, capturing the singles title and earning her first trip to New Haven with a straight-set victory over Andie Daniell.