All of College Tennis In One Place
May 17-20, 2023 | Lake Nona, Florida
For the first time ever in 2023, the ITA Coaches Convention is set to be held in Lake Nona, Florida just minutes away from the USTA National Campus and the NCAA Division I, II, and III National Championships. Hosted at the brand-new Wave Hotel, the 2023 ITA Coaches Convention will bring a fresh look to attendees during a time when college tennis will be on full display.
The Wave Hotel
- State-of-the-art hotel opened within the past year
- Two restaurants and bars on site
- Ten minute drive from the USTA National Campus
- Ten minute drive from the Orlando Airport
- Multiple highly-rated food options in walking distance
NCAA Ticket Package
With the ITA Coaches Convention falling during the play of the NCAA Division I, II, and III National Championships, the ITA has established in the price of registration, your admission into the 2023 NCAA National Championships at the USTA National Campus. With buses running from the convention to the courts each day, you can attend a session from one of our many expert presenters in the morning before catching some world-class tennis in the afternoon.
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ITA Provided Shuttle
Another new option offered to coaches in attendance at the 2023 ITA Coaches Convention will be a full-service shuttle that is set to run from the Wave Hotel to the USTA National Campus each day of the Convention. This shuttle will be free of cost to attendees and will be making frequent runs to each site for easy travel whether you have a car or not.
A USTA L2 Boys & Girls u-16 tournament will be held on the USTA Campus from May 20th – May 22nd. For more information click the button below!
ITA Men’s Hall of Fame Induction
The 2023 ITA Men’s Hall of Fame induction is set to be held in Lake Nona, Florida on Sunday, May 21st, and will feature six inductees who all have made significant contributions to the sport of college tennis whether as a coach, player, or contributor.
- Peter Smith, USC (2003-2019)
- Bob Bryan, Stanford (1997-98)
- Mike Bryan, Stanford (1997-98)
- Mike Franks, UCLA (1956-58)
- Patrick Galbraith, UCLA (1986-89)
- Brian Hainline