The Club Tennis Team is a tightly knit family of athletes who share their passion for tennis and competition. The team plays in a co-ed, Word Team Tennis format, and travels together across the US to represent UCSD on both the regional and national level. Team practices are every Monday and Wednesday nights at the North Tennis Courts. Contact the captains if you're interested in trying out or hitting with the team!
NEWS AND RESULTS
Saturday morning, UCSD-A played their first pool match against GCU-A and started with a strong display of Women's doubles from Alyson Hirota and Sisi Leong, winning their match 6 - 1 in a dominant fashion! Men's doubles Raj Tantuwaya and Sahil Iyer... Read More>>
Sectionals weekend is always the big one. It's the weekend all the players are excited for and are ready to compete against the other teams from the Southern California region. The added anticipation is for the big reward that potentially awaits - a spot at the National Championships in Orlando, Florida. Read More>>
Traveling to Irvine each year is always one of the highlights for the team. The endless food options and the peaceful surroundings are a favorite amongst players. Given the lack of tournaments this year, this was also a great warm-up event for the upcoming Sectionals. Read More>>
Over the weekend of Nov. 5-7, UCSD Club Tennis traveled to Phoenix, AZ to compete in the TOC Regional Invitational alongside teams from across the country. Read More>>
Over winter break, the UCSD club tennis team was selected to host one of the biggest tournaments SoCal would have this year before Sectionals. It was a very rocky start due to the bad weather on Saturday morning, but eventually the matches got started. Around 9:30, UCSD's team got started with their first pool match Read More>>
This tournament is the annual tournament for Southern California club tennis. Schools from all over Southern California come to compete for three nationals spots: the top three schools from the SoCal section have the opportunity to compete at Nationals in April! Read More>
This was the very first tournament of its kind, hosted in Northern California and invited teams from different sections over the west coast. UC San Diego got to play schools from Southern California as well as schools from different regions such as Northern Arizona University, Santa Clara and many others.