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NJD Announces New Officers and Directors for the 2015-16 Term

The two year term of President Carol MacLennan and her board expires at the end of 2014, and a new board will take over in January. Here are the new board members and officers, as recently announced by the Nominating Committee. Read More

NJTL of Trenton News

The NJTL of Trenton had another year full of great events, impressive accomplishments, and promises of things to come. First up, the 22nd Annual Gala: Saturday, Mar. 21, Hyatt Regency Princeton, honoring Don and Eileen Conway and Johnson & Johnson. Read More

USTA League Captains Recount Their Experiences at USTA League Nationals

This is USTA National Championships season, and NJD is well represented this year. Thirteen adult teams and a Jr. Team Tennis teams from NJD represented Middle States at their respective championships. Two more adult teams and one junior team were out of Pennsylvania but had New Jersey players on their roster. Read More

Tennis On Campus Section Championships Take Place At Mercer

The University of Pittsburgh are headed to Nationals after winning the 2014 Middle States Tennis On Campus Section Championships. The University of Pennsylvania, Penn State and Carnegie Mellon also received bids to Nationals. Read More

Call for Award Nominations

Know someone who's active in tennis, has had a positive impact on tennis in NJD Middle States and is worthy of recognition? Why not nominate them for a 2014 Middle States award? Nominating is easy! Read More

College Coaches Hand Over The Reins

Two long-time New Jersey college tennis coaches, Ed Torres and Phil Birnbaum, have retired. Read More

Join A USTA League

There are plenty of current USTA League opportunities available in the NJ District. Read More

A Tennis Legacy: Remembering Bill Stoner

A huge piece of Mercer County tennis history was lost upon the Sept. 1 passing of Bill Stoner at the age of 93. His relentless passion for the game began when he first learned to play after high school. He loved it immediately and never wavered. Read More

NJD Teams Fare Well At USTA League Sectionals

NJD is headed to Nationals in four of the 11 divisions that competed at Middle States League Section Championships over the weekend. Read More

USTA 18s League Champions Are Crowned

Eight NJD USTA League teams have advanced to the Middle States Sectional Championships, where teams will compete against the other five districts to qualify for the ultimate prize, the National Championships. Read More