ITA Summer Circuit 2011

Summer Circuit Logo 2011Nearly 30,000 men and women have competed in ITA Summer Circuit events since it began in 1993. The circuit provides college (and junior and alumni) players the opportunity to compete in organized events virtually year round. Although the primary focus of the circuit is to provide incoming freshman and collegiate players the chance to compete in the summer months, for NCAA compliance purposes, the events within the ITA Summer Circuit are categorized as "open"; therefore anyone is eligible to compete in these events as long as he/she is a current ITA member.


The ITA Summer Circuit is currently made up of eight regional circuits (East, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Central, Mountain, Texas and West)  consisting of four consecutive open tournaments played during the month of July, leading up to the USTA/ITA National Summer Championships in Bloomington, Indiana in August.

The entry fee for all Summer Circuit tournaments is $60 (includes singles and doubles), with the exception of the National Clay Court Championships (Mt. Lebanon/Pittsburgh) and the USTA/ITA National Summer Championships which are both $70 (includes singles and doubles).  All tournaments will use a 10-point match tie-breaker for the third set of singles; all doubles will be 8 game pro-sets.   An American player who competes in at least 3 tournaments and is the point leader for that Region will automatically qualify and receive some travel reimbursement for the USTA/ITA National Summer Championships (point chart is below). Additional information specific to each tournament can be found on the registration page. 

Determined by the ITA Board of Directors at its annual meeting in December 2008, all participants in the ITA Summer Circuit MUST be an ITA member. Memberships are available for current college players, junior players, alumni and more. Varsity student-athlete and junior memberships are $25/year and additional membership registration information can be found at:


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Region/Site Dates Tourn. Director Email Site Info

Balboa Bay Racquet Club (Newport) July 2-4 AG Longoria Draws
West End July 7-10 Ken Thomas Draws
Azuza Pacific University July 16-18 Mark Bohren Draws
Cal State LA July 23-25 Sandy Kriezel Draws


Penn State July 1-4 Todd Doebler Draws
Pittsburgh/Mt.Lebanon July 4-9 Dan Hackett Draws
Dartmouth July 16-19 Bob Dallis Draws
Cornell July 30-Aug 2 Tony Bresky Draws


Virginia Tech July 8-10 Jim Thompson Draws
Mary Washington July 16-18 W - Todd Helbling
M - Patrick Catullo
UNC - Chapel Hill July 22-25 Sam Paul Draws
UNC - Greensboro July 30-Aug 1 Jeff Trivette Draws


Purdue University July 2-4 Roberto Aspillaga Draws
Western Michigan University July 16-18 David Morin Draws
University of Cincinnati July 23-25 Angela Wilson Draws
Indiana University July 30-Aug 1 Ramiro Azcui Draws


Washington Univ. (St. Louis) July 1-4 W - Nicole Kaupp;
M - Kelly Stahlhuth; Draws
Wichita State University July 9-11 Colin Foster Draws
University of Kansas July 22-24 Amy Holt Draws
University of Oklahoma July 30-Aug 1 Brook Connelly Draws


University of Colorado July 9-11 Nicole Kenneally Draws
University of Denver July 16-18 Jeremy Wurtzman Draws
Colorado State, Fort Collins July 23-25 Jon Messick Draws


Florida State July 8-10 Jennifer Hyde Draws
University of Georgia July 14-17 Frank Polito Draws
University of Alabama July 22-25 Billy Pate Draws
University of Florida July 28-31 Dave Balogh Draws


McMurry Univ July 8-11 Mark Hathorn Draws
Collin College July 15-18 Marty Berryman Draws
UT Arlington July 23-26 Diego Benitez Draws
Texas A&M University July 29-Aug 1 Mark Weaver Draws

USTA/ITA National Summer Championships August 13-17 Ramiro Azcui Draws



ITA Summer Circuit Results**

**2006 ITA
Summer Circuit Results**

**2009 ITA
Summer Circuit Results**

ITA Summer Circuit Results**

**2007 Week-by-Week

 **2010 ITA
Summer Circuit Results**

**2005 ITA
Summer Circuit Results**

**2008 Week-by-Week

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