ITA Cup Gets Underway In Georgia


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The nation’s top small college (Division II, Division III, NAIA, & JUCO) tennis players have all converged in Rome, Georgia this weekend for the playing of the 2023 ITA Cup. Dating back to 1986, the ITA Cup (formerly Small College Nationals) is the only singles and doubles national championship for the Division II and NAIA levels, with over 8,000 student-athletes competing in over 60 regional championships to gain entry into the field.

In 2023, the ITA Cup Super Bowl sees its return. The ITA Cup Super Bowl provides the opportunity for cross-divisional play, pitting the four divisional winners against each other for the right to compete in the final tournament of the college tennis fall season. The singles and doubles champions of the 2023 ITA Cup Super Bowl, will be awarded a wildcard into the 2023 ITA Fall National Championships which will be hosted at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego.

For more information about the 2023 ITA Cup continue reading below:

When Will The ITA Cup Be Played?

The ITA Cup will be played from Thursday, October 12 through Monday, October 16 from the Rome Tennis Center. Play will begin most days at 9 a.m. (ET) with over 20 courts of play happening simultaneously across the largest hardcourt facility in the United States.

How To Watch?

The Rome Tennis Center is equipped with 12 outdoor PlaySight cameras and six indoor PlaySight cameras. Click the button below to see all of the live matches happening at a given time throughout the tournament.

How Does It Work?

At the ITA Cup, each division of play will have its own singles and doubles brackets of play. If players win, they will continue on within the draw until a national champion is crowned at each division of play. Making a return this season, the eight men’s and women’s national champions will all compete against each other in the ITA Cup Super Bowl. Here players compete to earn a spot in the final national tournament of the fall college tennis season, the ITA National Fall Championships.

How To Follow The Action

To keep up with all of the matches happening over the next five days, be sure to follow the ITA on social media (@ITA_Tennis) to see photos, highlights, and other content related to the ITA Cup. Additionally, draws and results can be found on the ITA Cup Tournament Page which will be updated as matches conclude on court.

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