Sunday, November 20th
at the USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, New York

This Showcase is open to players from ALL USTA Sections

The 2004 USTA/Eastern College Showcase was such a success that we decided to open in up to more players by running two sessions -- one for high school juniors and one for high school seniors. We are holding it once again in the Players Lounge of Arthur Ashe Stadium at the National Tennis Center. We are expecting to surpass last year when we had 100 college coaches, representing all of the divisions.

The Showcase will feature NCAA Tennis Expert Dede Allen, who will be doing seminars on NCAA rules & regulations, Financial Aid and Timetable For College Search.

This event is for High School Juniors** & Seniors only. The day will allow for Meet, Greet & Interview* with Coaches from NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA Divisions.

The cost to attend is a $75 fee and includes:
Admission for player and one guest (parent or junior tennis coach)
Dede Allen's Seminar(s)
Guide To Playing College Tennis CD
Monthly College Planning Workbook
Membership to College Tennis Connect
and Refreshments

If you are a High School Junior
please click here to register
If you are a High School Senior
please click here to register

If you are a Coach please click here for more information and registration

Players who wish more information on attending, please contact Julie Bliss
at 914-698-0414 x21 or at bliss@eta.usta.com
Coaches who wish more information on tables or sending in materials, please contact Marcia Frost at Marcia@MarciaFrost.com

Click Here For Discounted Hotel

Marcia Frost, Editor-College And Junior Tennis & College Tennis Connect
Member, USTA/Eastern College Tennis Committee
Julie Bliss, Director of High Performance
USTA/Eastern Section
Dede Allen, College Tennis Expert
Former Administrator of USTA Junior Tennis & Former Wake Forest Coach
Bill Mountford, Director of Tennis of the USTA National Tennis Center
& Former College Tennis Coach

**Note: High School Juniors may not speak to coaches. They may look over the materials provided by the coaches from their individual schools.