Tennis Club Information
The Penn State Tennis Club is one of the largest clubs in the Penn State Club Sports program, the largest Club Sports program in the country. Over 200 students participate in the Tennis Club each year. Court hours are held at the Sarni Tennis Facility and the Penn State Tennis Center. Because there are both outdoor and indoor facilities on Penn State's campus, members are able to play throughout the Fall and Spring semesters, even during the cold, wintry months. All members have the opportunity to try out for the Travel Team, a co-ed team that travels to various tournaments throughout the year. The Travel Team has qualified for the National Campus Championships the past few years, and placed 7th in 2010, 12th in 2011, and 11th in 2012.
Penn State Tennis Center
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For questions about the Travel Team, please go to the Travel Team page.
Where is the Penn State Tennis Center?
By Holuba Hall, the BJC, and Nittany Apartments. Check out the map
When are Indoor Hours at the Penn State Tennis Center?
View the calendar.
How much does it cost to join the club?
$30 per semester.
Can I still play at court hours if I have not turned in a participation agreement and/or dues?
How good are the people who play in the club?
There is a wide range of ability level in the club. Whether you are an advanced player or learning to play tennis for the first time, we will do our best to set you up on a court with players who are at the same level as you. Because of the large number and variety of players in the club, you will most likely be able to find someone to play against who is at the same level as you.
What will I be doing and who will I be playing against when I go to court hours?
You will likely either be playing king of the court, doubles, singles, or another game. We try to give the people playing on that particular day the option of what they would like to do. You will be playing against other members of the club.
I filled out a sign-up form, but now I can't find it. Where is it?
Head over to the Account page
and you will be able to print it out or edit it.
How do I change my password?
I have registered for the club and paid my dues, can I bring a friend who is not in the club?
No, only members who have turned in a participation agreement and dues are allowed to play during court hours.
My question still hasn't been answered, what should I do now?