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Santa Cruz Orgs Pull Together To Serve Up Tennis

This past fall over 90 children were given a chance to play tennis for free in their after school programs provided by Campus Kids Connection. Campus Kids Connection (CKC) offers after-school programming at 9 different sites through out Santa Cruz County. CKC was able to ingrate tennis

Calling all USPTA and PTR Pros

USPTA and PTR will have the opportunity to earn $150 for organizing a daytime 2.5/3.0 team or regular 2.5 league team during the 18 & Over season. In order to qualify for the stipend each team must have 3 or more USTA members NEW to Leagues.

Greetings From Your Alameda County Tennis Service Rep!

Welcome to the USTA NorCal News website! It’s here where you’ll find the latest USTA NorCal community tennis news and local events! My name is Lani and I proudly serve as your Tennis Service Rep. for Alameda County. So whether you’re a tennis player/parent looking for play opportunities, or


Register for this fun event and then enjoy a FREE lunch while watching the Stanford Women’s Team compete with Cal Berkeley. This event is designed for youths, beginner to intermediate level, grades 1-8. There will be fun drills, activities and prizes too! Make sure to

Are you taking advantage of USTA Foundation Grants?

Did your organization take advantage of any USTA Foundation funding? Last year, The USTA Foundation, awarded $741,500 in grants to 44 organizations nationwide. Those rewarded organizations were recognized for their efforts in providing tennis and education to under-resourced youth and individuals with disabilities, as well

USTA NorCal Salutes Black History Month!

Check out Ella Hill Hutch Community Center in San Francisco! This community center first opened its doors to the Western Addition over 30 years ago.  A full-service site, the center boasts a gymnasium, playground, community gardens, classroom space, a computer lab, and four newly resurfaced