The Michael D. Case Tennis Center, named a premiere college tennis facility by the U.S. Tennis Association, includes a 54,000-square-foot tennis pavilion with spectator seating, conditioning and training facilities, lounges, essential support facilities including bath and locker rooms, lighted outdoor courts and indoor courts and electronic scoreboards. The center, which officially opened in 2001 with an inaugural dedication game played by John McEnroe, will be the host site of the 2016 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Tennis Championships The campus venue is named for Mike Case, a local developer and philanthropist. The 2016 tournament will be the third NCAA Division I Tennis Championship hosted at the Case Tennis Center.
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