May 17-20, 2023 | Lake Nona, Florida

2023 ITA Coaches Convention


Registration is now open for the 2023 ITA Coaches Convention

Hotel Details

Attending the ITA Coaches Convention has never been easier

What’s New

Hosted in the spring for the first time ever, see what is new in 2023

Registration Pricing Breakdown

Saturday, March 11th through Friday, April 14th

$425 Head Coach / $200 Assistant Coach

Following April 14th

$475 Head Coach / $225 Assistant Coach

College Coach Opportunity Grant Recipients

The ITA is looking to target coaches from diverse backgrounds to attend the 2023 ITA College Tennis Coaches Convention in Lake None, Florida (May 17-20). We hope this will assist minority coaches in their continuing education and networking efforts while bringing a different perspective to the discussions at the convention. The ITA will provide free registration plus a $700.00 travel stipend to five coaches.

2023 ITA College Coach Opportunity Grant Recipients:

  • Tasi Purcell Batista, Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach, Rollins College
  • Venecca Green, Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach, Lane College
  • Kris Powell, Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach, Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Aymet Uzcategui, Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach, McNeese State University
  • Emily Wang, Head Women’s Tennis Coach, New Mexico State University

“The ITA Coaches Convention has helped expose me to better leadership and mentorship from individuals who have been incredibly successful at all levels of the game. As a young coach, to be exposed to different levels and knowledge outside of our school allows us to see different perspectives and ways of doing things.”

– Michael Woodson, Baylor University

Official App of the 2023 Convention

Get the official ITA Coaches Convention App

“The first ITA Coaches Convention I attended was ten years ago. Each year there is something new, whether a workshop or similar programming, that helps me further develop as a coach. It is always great to speak with the presenters and other peers in attendance as well.”

– Jamie Scott, Denison University

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