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Andrews Named National Arthur Ashe Award Winner

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Just a few weeks ago, the University of Notre Dame recognized senior Greg Andrews with two of the most prestigious awards given to Irish student-athletes: the Byron V. Kanaley Award and the Francis Patrick O’Connor Award. But Andrews’ leadership and sportsmanship is evident to more than just the Notre Dame community, as today the Intercollegiate Tennis Association honored the senior with the National ITA/Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sportsmanship & Leadership Award. Read More
 

College Students: You Can Play USTA League On Us

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The USTA/Midwest Section wants college students to feel the love of USTA League Tennis. Learn how you can participate and let the USTA/Midwest Section cover your 2014 USTA League Fee.* Read More
 

Midwest Clay Court Championships Begin May 29

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The Midwest Clay Court Championships are set to return May 29-June, 2014 in Carmel, Indiana! Players & spectators will have an excellent experience this year after plans for increased player amenities, great food and other surprises are underway! Deadline to register is May 14, so act fast! Read More
 

USTA/Midwest Section Bringing Tennis to Ohio Schools

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Within the past 6 months, the USTA/Midwest Section, working closely with the local Districts, have been able to bring tennis to 19 schools in the Canton School District, 31 schools in the Akron School District, and 16 schools in the Cincinnati School District. The coordinated effort culminated in March 2014 when 75 schools in the Cleveland Metro School District, the second largest district in the state of Ohio, also added tennis to their physical education curriculums. Read More
 

2014 Foundation Scholarship Recipients

Meet our 2014 scholarship recipients who will receive financial assistance towards their college education this fall. Read More
 
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2014 USTA/Midwest Section Celebrates PRIDE Month

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June is PRIDE Month, and the USTA/Midwest Section is recognizing those who strive to make a difference in the LGBT community on and off the court by highlighting local organizations, players, volunteers and coaches throughout the month. Read More
 

2013 USTA/Midwest Year in Review Available

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Check out USTA/Midwest's 2013 Year in Review for highlights from the 2013 year! The online magazine features photos, stories and more from events across the section. Read More
 

Registration Open for 2014 Tennis Teachers Conference

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Registration is now open for the 2014 Tennis Teachers Conference at the Grand Hyatt New York, in conjunction with the US Open. The four-day conference, beginning Aug. 22, brings together the leading tennis teaching professionals and coaches in the industry to share best practices, and will include a series of interactive on-court sessions and presentations. Read More
 

2014 Midwest Spring Award Winners

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The USTA/Midwest Section will honor its 2014 Midwest Spring Award winners at an awards breakfast on Sunday, May 4. The breakfast is held during the USTA/Midwest Section Spring Meeting at the Sheraton Keystone at the Crossing Hotel in Indianapolis, Ind. Read More
 

Black Futures: Dorothy Bowman

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Although her official title is CEO and Founder of the CrossCourt Tennis Community Tennis Association, Dorothy Bowman also includes “Diversity Advocate, USTA/Midwest” on her e-mail signature. As CEO of the CrossCourt Community Tennis Association in Grand Rapids, Michigan, her passion is bringing tennis to inner city youth in her community. Read More