Ita Summer Circuit 2023 – With four national indoor team championships now complete, eyes will now turn to Connery, Nebraska as eight teams prepare to claim their place in history at the 2023 Women’s National Team Championships of Division II of the ITA.
Held at the Ernest Grundy Tennis Center, the games will continue from Friday, February 24 to Sunday, February 26, when the national team will be crowned indoor champions.
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The ITA Division II Women’s National Team Indoor Championships is a national championship that welcomes eight teams from across the country to Kearney, Nebraska to battle it out on the national stage. Now in its fourth year, the event was won by Barry in 2020 and 2022, while UND claimed the title in the 2021 edition.
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In addition to hosting Nebraska, Kearney, the teams advance to the year-end rankings for the ITA Division II Indoor Women’s National Team Championships from seven teams from the end of last season.
The 2023 ITA Division II Women’s National Team Indoor Championships will take place from February 24th to February 26th, with the championship match being played on Sunday, February 26th.
Hosted by the University of Nebraska at Kearney, the 2023 ITA Division Women’s National Indoor Team Championships will be held at the Ernest Grundy Tennis Center in Kearney, Nebraska.
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Each day will consist of four games, with game times for each day scheduled at 8:00 am (CT), 11:00 am (CT), 2:30 pm (CT), and 5:30 pm (CT ) Ernest Grundy Tennis Center.
Coverage will be streamed daily via the Nebraska Kearney YouTube page with each individual court having its own stream.
The broadcast starts with the first match on Friday morning and continues through the championship match on Sunday.
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The format of the 2023 ITA Division II Women’s National Indoor Team Championships will follow the traditional collegiate format, with teams playing in a seven-point format, with doubles accounting for one of seven possible points, and singles account for the remaining six points.
As a single-elimination tournament, teams will play one game per day, with the championship game taking place on Sunday, February 26 at 5:30 pm (CT). All teams are guaranteed to play three games per weekend either through the main draw or consolation.
The field at the 2023 ITA Division II Women’s National Team Indoor Championships includes: Barrie (1), Central Oklahoma (2), St. Leo (3), UIndy (4), Hawaii Pacific (5), Flagler (6), North Georgia (7), and Nebraska Kearney (8).
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The 2023 ITA Division II Women’s National Team Indoor Championships are scheduled for matches at 8:00 am (CT), 11:00 am (CT), 2:30 pm (CT), and 5:30 pm (CT). CT) daily.
For specific team match times or matchups please visit the ITA Division II Women’s National Team Indoor Championships event page.
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The ITA will track the points and publish a weekly “Points Race Standing” on the ITA website. Following the circuit, the top 5 men and top 5 women will receive automatic entry into the main draw of the ITA Tennis Point Summer National Championships hosted by Universal Tennis and a $500 travel allowance to use for the cost of participation.
The ITA Tennis-Point Summer National Championships powered by Universal Tennis were held August 11-16, 2022 at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. championships. And the finalists will receive wild cards into the ITA All-American qualifying draw. However, players receiving wild cards must be NCAA Division I student-athletes.
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Spanning 26 states over the weekend of June 18 to July 25, the 2022 ITA Summer Circuit is expected to be the most extensive to date and will provide opportunities to ‘ competitive games for players across the country.
The ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit powered by Universal Tennis is an open event which means anyone who is a current ITA member can compete without violating NCAA compliance rules. give
An ITA Player Membership can be purchased in May for $35 and qualifies the member to compete in all ITA Tour events between May 3, 2022 and April 30, 2023.
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Tournament registration for select events will be available Monday, May 17. Registration for the remaining tournaments will begin soon. Registration is open each week until the Sunday before tournament play. Follow ITA on social media or visit the event page for more updates and information.
Each tournament will have a registration fee of $70. This fee covers registration for singles and doubles games (if applicable). Depending on court availability and safe play guidelines, some tournaments may offer doubles competition.
To increase the number of competitive matches in the circuit, selections in each tournament will be based on a UTR player. In addition, the draws will be limited to 32 players. If there are multiple flights in the tournament, a player’s UTR will be used to determine the flight location.
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The ITA Summer Circuit provides a unique opportunity for junior collegiate and high level athletes to improve their skills during the summer months. The best players on the circuit will be recognized each week in the ITA Summer Circuit Points Race. At the end of the circuit, the top five men and top five women will receive automatic entry to the ITA Tennis-Points Summer National Championships from Universal Tennis, along with travel money to help cover the cost of -competition.
The 2022 ITA Tennis Point Summer National Championship by Universal Tennis is set for August 11-16 on the campus of Florida State University. The winners of the Summer Championships will receive automatic wild-card spots at the 2022 ITA All-American Men’s and Women’s Championships later in the year.
For more information on registration as well as the schedule for the 2022 ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit powered by Universal Tennis, please visit the Summer Circuit event page.
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Featuring the top 16 teams at the NCAA Division I level, the ITA Division I Women’s Indoor Championships has been one of the most prestigious national collegiate tournaments for the past 35 years.
Hosted by the University of Washington, this year’s field will include 14 of the top 15 teams in the Feb. 1 ITA Collegiate Tennis Team Rankings for what is sure to be making it another year of must-see action, no matter when you’re at it.
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At the 2022 NCAA Championships, Texas will be the top seed at the 2023 ITA DI Women’s Indoor Championships. Bringing an undefeated record into the tournament, the Longhorns are breaking in an almost entirely new lineup this season and they will be put to the test early and often in Seattle.
Right behind Texas will be the 2022 ITA National Team Indoor Champions, North Carolina, looking to make it four years in a row that they have won the event. The Tar Heels enter the year 12-0 and already have several top 25 wins on their resume.
Both teams will make their ITA National Team Indoor Championship debut in 2023, as both Iowa State and San Diego earned upset victories during Kickoff weekend games of ITA to earn their place in the championships.
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Among all teams, the SEC leads all conferences with four teams represented in the indoor championships, finishing just one behind the ACC which had three teams represented this year.
As a single-elimination tournament, teams will play one game per day, with the championship game on Monday, February 13 at 12 p.m. (PT). However, all teams are guaranteed to play at least three games per weekend either through the main or consolation draw.
PlaySight and TrackTennis live stream, as well as live tennis-tucker scoring, will be available for every match at the 2023 Division I Women’s Indoor Championships. We are also proud to once again partner with Cracked Racquets to provide on-site commentary throughout the tournament. You can watch the broadcast on the Cracked Racquets YouTube channel.
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Texas (1), North Carolina (2), Texas A&M