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ITA Summer Circuit Schedule
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Since its launch in 1993, the ITA Summer Circuit has provided opportunities for competition in organized events virtually year round. Although the primary focus of the circuit is to provide incoming freshmen and collegiate players the chance to play in the summer months, ITA Summer Circuit events are "open" tournaments - college, junior, and alumni tennis players are eligible to compete in these events.

The ITA Summer Circuit is currently made up of nine regional circuits - Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Central, Mountain, Texas, Northern California and Southern California. Each circuit hosts a series of open tournaments on college campuses during six weekends in late June and July, leading up to the ITA Summer Nationals in mid-August.

For more details on the ITA Summer Circuit, including the point charts and registration details, click here.

Check the schedule below to find an event in your area.

CircuitStartsLocationContact
Central
  UMKC 6/25 Kansas City, MO Scott Hanover
  Kansas State 7/02 Manhattan, KS Jordan Smith
  Wichita State 7/09 Wichita, KS Colin Foster
  Kansas 7/16 Lawrence, KS Todd Chapman
  Oklahoma 7/23 Stillwater, OK Boomer Saia
  Missouri 7/23 Columbia, MO S. Stuckenschneider
  Iowa 7/30 Iowa City, IA Ross Wilson
 
Mid-Atlantic
  Elon 7/02 Elon, NC Elizabeth Anderson
  Mary Washington 7/09 Fredericksburg, VA Todd Helbling
  Charlotte 7/16 Charlotte, NC William Boykin
  Furman 7/23 Greenville, SC Adam Herendeen
  Wake Forest 7/30 Winston-Salem, NC Jeff Wyshner
 
Midwest
  Northwestern 6/25 Evanston, IL Jennifer Lutgert
  Western Michigan 7/02 Kalamazoo, MI Ryan Tomlinson
  Gustavus Adolphus 7/02 St. Peter, MN Jon Carlson
  Purdue 7/08 W. Lafayette, IN Laura Glitz
  Notre Dame 7/16 Notre Dame, IN Ryan Sachire
  Michigan State 7/23 East Lansing, MI Gene Orlando
  Indiana 7/30 Bloomington, IN Ramiro Azcui
 
Mountain
  Denver 6/25 Denver, CO Drew Eberly
  Arizona Christian 6/25 Phoenix, AZ Chris Tolson
  Colorado 7/09 Boulder, CO Nicole Kenneally
  Metropolitan State 7/30 Denver, CO Daniel Hangstefer
 
Northeast
  Sacred Heart 7/08 Fairfield, CT Paul Gagliardi
  Rutgers 7/16 New Brunswick, NJ B. Bucca, Jr.
  Princeton 7/23 Princeton, NJ Damian Hume
  Wellesley 7/23 Wellesley, MA Brian Kuscher
  Cornell 7/30 Ithaca, NY Mike Stevens
 
Northwest
  Pacific 7/02 Stockton, CA Ryan Redondo
  UC Davis 7/16 Davis, CA Eric Steidmayer
  Linfield 7/16 McMinnville, OR Ben Belletto
  Sonoma State 7/30 Rohnert Park, CA S. Cunninghame
 
Southeast
  Florida State 6/25 Tallahassee, FL Jennifer Hyde
  Georgia 7/02 Athens, GA Drake Bernstein
  Middle Tennessee 7/09 Murfreesboro, TN Jimmy Borendame
  Louisville 7/16 Louisville, KY Meg Peavy
  Alabama 7/16 Tuscaloosa, AL Jenny Mainz
  Florida 7/23 Gainesville, FL Dave Balogh
  Georgia Gwinnett 7/30 Lawrenceville, GA Chase Hodges
 
Southern California
  Pomona-Pitzer 6/25 Claremont, CA Steve Bickham
  CS Northridge 7/02 Northridge, CA James Ciuffo
  La Verne 7/08 Fullerton, CA Yolanda Duron
  CMS 7/16 Claremont, CA Kathy Settles
  Azusa Pacific 7/23 Azusa, CA Mark Bohren
  Cal State L.A. 7/30 Los Angeles, CA Sandy Kriezel
 
Texas
  Abilene Christian 6/25 Abilene, TX John Walker
  Texas Tyler 7/02 Tyler, TX Chris Bizot
  Texas Dallas 7/09 Richardson, TX Bryan Whitt
  Texas Arlington 7/16 Arlington, TX Diego Benitez
  Texas Tech 7/23 Lubbock, TX Todd Petty
  Texas A&M 7/30 College Station, TX Mark Weaver
 

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