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South Carolinians Take Home Southern Awards

South Carolina tennis organizations and players showed their value to USTA Southern again at last month's Southern Annual Meeting. Read More

USTA SC Welcomes Two New Employees

USTA South Carolina is excited to welcome two new members to our team. Read More

Historic Clubs Continue Growing Tennis in Charleston, Columbia

Two South Carolina tennis clubs, formed decades ago, continue to work to grow tennis in inner-city Charleston and Columbia. To celebrate Black History Month, USTA South Carolina talked with the leaders of the two organizations about their pasts and their futures. Read More
Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

USTA SC Supports Community Organizations

USTA South Carolina supported dozens of community programs across the state last year by helping contribute to the $133,000 the various organizations and individuals received. Read More

Local Teaching Pro to Lead Irmo Programs

Irmo High School has a new tennis coach. Becky Offenbacher, a local tennis teaching professional and former college coach, will lead the school’s girls and boys programs. Read More

Despues de Recibir una Oportunidad, Lozano Demuestra Su Valor

Carlos Lozano necesitaba que alguien se arriesgara. Era Agosto del 2003 y Lozano, que se acababa de graduar de Brigham Young University, estaba buscando un trabajo como profesor o entrenador de tenis.​ Read More

After Getting a Break, Lozano Proves His Worth

In August 2003, Carlos Lozano needed someone to take a chance. Someone did, and tennis players all over South Carolina and the Southeast have benefited. Read More

Spartanburg Teen Wants to 'Play It Forward'

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – It was his 16th birthday, the day teenagers receive their freedom. But instead of cruising around the Upstate with his friends, Spencer Brown, one of the top-ranked junior tennis players in the state, is driving to introduce the sport to kids in a disadvantaged neighborhood. Read More

Help USC Tennis; Join Garnet Aces

Columbia tennis player Donna Saleeby will enjoy special access to the University of South Carolina men’s and women’s tennis teams this spring for a very ordinary price. Three times Saleeby plans to practice with the USC players at clinics they will run. At some home matches, Saleeby will enjoy free refreshments and listen in on pre-game strategy talks. Later this spring, she also will get to attend private team events, including their end-of-year banquets. Read More

Coaches Workshop Draws Nearly 50 From 5 States

Nearly 50 coaches and tennis professionals from all over the Southeast came to Columbia on Sunday to learn from some of the best tennis coaches in the country. Read More
Results: 10 Record(s) Found.