The ITA All-American Championships are back beginning this Saturday, as the best of Division I college tennis will be making their way to Tulsa, Oklahoma and Cary, North Carolina to compete for the first national championships of the fall season.
The University of Tulsa is set to once again host the men’s competition at the Michael D. Case Center on The University of Tulsa’s campus as well as the Case Tennis Center in LaFortune Park. For the first time ever in 2022, the women’s competition is set to be hosted by North Carolina, NC State, and Duke at the Cary Tennis Park.
Pre-qualifying action is set to kick off on Saturday for both All-American Championships, while Qualifying play will run from Oct. 3-4, and Main Draw play from Oct. 5-9 at both sites.
In 2022, nine of the top-ten ranked women’s singles players in the ITA Collegiate Tennis National Preseason Rankings Sponsored by Tennis-Point will be competing in main draw action, with countless other nationally ranked players filling out the qualifying and pre-qualifying draws.
On the men’s side of play, nineteen of the top twenty-ranked players in the ITA Collegiate Tennis National Preseason Rankings are entered into the main draw of the Men’s All-American Singles Championship.