TCU Wins NIT Championship

TCU defeated Stetson 4-0 to become the first NIT tennis champions and take home the trophy.


Liberty beats Vandy in final

Liberty upset No. 1 seed Vanderbilt to win the men's final 4-1 and seal the first post-season championship for the Flames.


Learn more about the NIT


  • Eight men's and eight women's teams were invited to Atlanta to compete May 17-20.
  • The tournament format was playoff knockout rounds with two matches guaranteed. First-round losers were given one extra match.

FAQS ABOUT the Universal Tennis NIT Championship

FAQS ABOUT the Universal Tennis NIT Championship

What is the UTR Sports NIT Championship?

The Universal Tennis NIT Championship will allow men’s and women’s teams to gain valuable postseason experience. Eight men’s teams and eight women’s teams will be selected to participate in the event by the NIT Championship tournament committee, with the teams’ UTR Power 6 ranking among the top criteria for consideration.

When and where will it take place?

The 2024 edition will take place May 5-8, 2024, in Georgia. This incredible year-end national championship will again elevate college tennis and support the growth of programs across the United States.

Why host the UTR Sports NIT Championship?

UTR Sports and the UTR Sports Tennis Collegiate Alliance is hosting the event because it is committed to supporting the future of all college tennis programs in the United States. As a leader in college tennis, UTR Sports has proven and established itself as the official technology and solution provider with the best and most proven rating and ranking, tournament and event technology, performance data, and analytics.

How to watch the NIT Championship?

All matches will be aired on Amazon Prime Video, free for Prime members. The tournament is another step forward for UTR Sports as the company continues to elevate the college tennis experience and showcase the sport globally. 

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