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CTO Announces NCSA as Official Recruiting Partner

College Tennis Online is proud to announce our official recruiting partner to help every high school tennis player: NCSA Athletic Recruiting.   Together with NCSA, we have created a new recruiting page with tips to help college-bound tennis athletes.  More
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Six Broncos Head to Las Vegas for ITA Mountain Regional

THIS WEEK IN MEN’S TENNIS USTA/ITA Mountain Region Championships
Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
Primary Facility: Amanda & Stacy Darling Memorial Tennis Center
Dates: Oct.   More
Broncos Host 4th Annual Dar Walters Fall Classic

THIS WEEK IN MEN'S TENNIS Dar Walters Fall Classic 
    Location: Boise, Idaho Host: Boise State University Primary Facility: Appleton Tennis Center (Boise State)    More
Boise State Travels to San Francisco

WHAT’S HAPPENING Four members of the Boise State men’s tennis team Kyle Butters, Jack Heslin, Morgan Stone and Brian Tran will compete in the 2016 Battle in the Bay Classic this weekend at San Francisco.   More
2016-17 Boise State Tennis Schedule

BOISE, Idaho (Sept.19, 2016) - Boise State released today the 2016-17 men’s tennis schedule featuring five fall tournaments, five spring tournaments and 26 spring duals. The Broncos will host one fall tournament   More
Boise State Opens Fall at Midland, Texas

WHAT’S HAPPENING Boise State men’s tennis opens the fall season this weekend when the Broncos send sophomore More
Patton Adds Greg Ouellette to Men's Tennis Staff

Greg Patton, Boise State’s head men’s tennis coach, announced today the addition of Greg Ouellette as an assistant coach for the Broncos. Ouellette comes to Boise State after one year as an assistant at the   More
Buckeye Di Lorenzo Headed to New York for US Open Events

COLUMBUS, Ohio – This week, Francesca Di Lorenzo, a rising sophomore on the Ohio State women’s tennis team, has received a wild card spot into the US Open qualifying draw and been selected to compete in the   More
USC’s Steve Johnson Wins Bronze Medal In Olympic Debut

USC’s most decorated men’s tennis player, Steve Johnson, has added yet another piece of historic hardware to his trophy case. In his Olympic debut, Johnson made powerful runs through singles and doubles, and   More
Steve Johnson Tops Former Teammate Robert Farah in Olympic Doubles

Former USC teammates and NCAA champions Robert Farah and Steve Johnson had their reunion in Rio de Janeiro cut shorter than they had hoped after the Colombian and U.S. Olympians were forced to square off in the doubles   More
Former Gamecock Ricardo Acioly Takes Part in Olympic Tradition

Former South Carolina tennis student-athlete Ricardo Acioly has played and coached in the Olympics. Recently, he helped carry on the great tradition of running with the Olympic torch in his home country, and now the   More