USTA Pacific Northwest Tennis Section Championships Coming to Snohomish County
22 Jun, 2021
The USTA Pacific NW is excited to bring the Adult 55 & Over and Mixed 18 & Over USTA League Section Championships to Snohomish County! The Adult 55 & Over Section Championships will be held June 24-27 at Columbia Athletic Club-Silver Lake, Harbor Square Racquet Club, and Robinswood Tennis Center. The Mixed 18 & Over Section Championships will be held July 16-18 at Glacier Peak High School and Harbor Square Racquet Club.
USTA Leagues are the largest recreational league in the country with over 900,000 participants. The Pacific NW alone has over 38,000 USTA League participants. USTA League players participate in Local Leagues in six local areas (Northwest Washington, Southwest Washington, Eastern Washington/Northern Idaho, Northern Oregon, Southern Oregon, and Alaska) with league winners advancing to the Section Championships. Winners of the Section Championships advance to the USTA League National Championships held this Fall.
“We are very excited to have Snohomish County be the host site for two of our Section Championships,” says Adam Hutchinson, USTA Pacific NW Director of Competition. “On the heals of a successful Fed Cup (now called the Billie Jean King Cup) in February of 2020, it’s obvious that Snohomish County is passionate about tennis!”
“The opportunity to host these USTA Pacific Northwest Tennis Section Championships is a huge win for Snohomish County,” states Tammy Dunn, Snohomish County Sports Commission Executive Director. “We look forward to welcoming the tennis players and their family members and cheering them on.”
Thank you to the following partners: Snohomish County Tourism Promotion Area and Snohomish County Sports Commission.
Event Contact Info: Adam Hutchinson, USTA Pacific NW Director of Competition, firstname.lastname@example.org
About USTA Pacific Northwest
We believe the game of tennis is a vehicle that can transform lives. Tennis promotes life-long fitness and wellness, instills leadership and sportsmanship, teaches teamwork and life skills, and builds stronger families and healthier communities. It’s our vision to make tennis accessible to everyone. As the governing body of tennis in the US, we believe our primary responsibility is to live our mission: To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis in the Pacific Northwest. www.ustapnw.org
About Snohomish County Sports Commission
The Snohomish County Sports Commission works to enhance Snohomish County’s economy, image as a premier sports destination and way of life for its residents by attracting regional, national, and international sporting events to the county. For more information, visit www.snocosports.org.