Middle States Names 2014 Premier Facilities

In an effort to recognize tennis facilities that best represent and provide well-rounded tennis programming for all ages, USTA Middle States has released its list of Premier Facilities for 2014. This is the second year Middle States has selected a group of Premier Facilities.

2014 premier facilitiesFifteen facilities were chosen for 2014, with each being recognized for providing many of the facility adaptations and programs the USTA offers for its communities. The Premier Facilities offer a number of USTA programs that fulfill the spectrum of ages: 10 and Under Tennis, Jr. Team Tennis, Tennis on Campus, USTA League Tennis, USTA Tournaments, Education and Workshops, and Blended lines.

The facilities are often involved in other community efforts, as well.

The Middle States Premier Facilities were selected within three categories: Large Indoor (six or more courts), Small Indoor (five or fewer courts) and Outdoor. Facilities that earned distinction in both indoor and outdoor include Hempfield Area Recreation Center, Legacy Youth Tennis and Education, and West End Racquet and Health Club.

The 2014 USTA Middle States Premier Facilities are:

Indoor Large
Cherry Hill Health & Racquet Club
Courtside Racquet Club
Doylestown Tennis Club
Eve Kraft Community Tennis Center
Hempfield Area Recreation Center
Legacy Youth Tennis and Education
Nassau Tennis Club
West End Racquet and Health Club

Indoor Small
Frog Hollow Racquet Club
Ron Jaworski’s RiverWinds Golf and Tennis
Tennis Addiction Sports Club

Hempfield Area Recreation Center
Legacy Youth Tennis and Education
Mercer County Park Commission
Mount Lebanon Tennis Center
Princeton Racquet Club
West End Racquet and Health Club
Wilmington Country Club

For more information on USTA Middle States Premier Facilities, or to learn how to partner with USTA MS, click here.

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