The Sooner Tennis Club is open to the whole community including undergrad and graduate students attending any surrounding college or university.
We hope to encourage and promote the game of tennis within our community and to enable all interested and appropriately skilled players The chance to participateFor the fall and spring semester there will be dues required by all members of the Sooner Tennis Club. The dues for the current semester are set at $45 per person per semester
or $80 for the school year. This insures that the Westwood courts are reserved for tennis club members; it allows the club to purchase rackets at the Westwood Tennis Shop at a discounted price and also allows the club to hold special events. The dues also covers all practices throughout school year.
Tennis on Campus
By joint the Sooner Tennis Club, players will have the opportunity to try out for the OU USTA/Tennis on Campus team. The USTA Tennis On Campus program is designed to provide college students with opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking, and rivaled competition through tennis without the rigors of a varsity program. Perfect for athletes who have chosen not to make the jump from high school to college varsity, Tennis On Campus offers co-ed team-based play, regional and national championship competition, and helps students maintain active and healthy lifestyles through their college years. Click here for more information on USTA Tennis on Campus!
History of our Tennis on Campus team:
2008 USTA/MV Sectional Champions; USTA National Qualifier (North Carolina)
2009 USTA/MV Sectional 5th place
2010 USTA/MV Sectional 5th place
2011 USTA/MV Sectional 3rd place; USTA National Qualifier (North Carolina)
2012 USTA/MV Sectional Champions; USTA National Qualifier (North Carolina)
- All levels invited
Benefits to Joining the Club:
- Usage of ball machine anytime of the week
- Playing organized tennis several times a week
- Opportunity to play USTA sanctioned Team College Tennis Socials
- Opportunity to make the Tennis on Campus Team