Formed in 2008, the Chico State Tennis club is one of the newest additions to the sport club lineup. Highly organized and motivated to make an impact in the highly regarded Northern California collegiate club section of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), the team is eager to recruit students not only with a competitive background in tennis, but members who are new to the sport and looking to learn more about the game.
In just its first year as a club, Chico State picked up a 9th place finish and the Silver Bracket Championship at the 2008 Northern California USTA Campus Championship qualifier in a field of 20 teams. With success already in its pocket, the club expects nothing but good in the future.
Join the Club
Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.
Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through OrgSync. New members: see instructions in the application for completion and proof of Alcohol Edu required for all new members.
Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.
*You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.