• Team Captains

As I am sure most of you are aware, the UNH tennis courts are not in the best shape. The captains of the team have been pushing for new courts for years now, and it looked like things were going to finally happen this past summer. Unfortunately, COVID put a stop to that progress, and the project was delayed a minimum of 3 years. We believe that this is too long, and new courts should be a priority for UNH. These cracks pose a safety hazard for the community and an eyesore for the campus. Please sign the petition at this link if you agree! Thank you all!

  • Team Captains

Right now, from April 9th to April 13th, UNH will be matching all donations given to our club, up to $200 per donor, as part of the "603 Challenge."


Donations can be made at this link. Please select "Give Now," search for "Tennis Club," then enter the amount you would like to give. (On Monday, April 12th, donations including the numbers 6,0,3 in any order, such as $3.06, will be matched with a minimum of $50.)


We really appreciate all of your donations as they keep our team playing each year. If you are unable to give, please tell your friends and family.


Thank you all!

  • Team Captains

We just wanted to provide an update on what the future of this club looks like for returning players and new ones.


Although we are unable to compete this year due to COVID restrictions, we will be hosting weekly outdoor practices this spring semester at our courts for returning players only. There are two times to choose from, but each player may only sign up for one slot and this cannot be changed later. Current members can sign up for practice at this link.


As for next year, much remains uncertain. We are very hopeful to host tryouts as normal in the fall, and have a match-filled season. More updates are to come and we still encourage interested newcomers to email us at unhwildcatstennis@gmail.com with any more questions, and follow us on instagram @unh_tennis.


Thanks everyone and stay safe!

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