50 Words To Describe College Tennis

Many tennis players dream of playing college tennis. To some, this is a great opportunity to get scholarships, meet lifelong friends, and further develop a passion for tennis. Collegiate tennis is special. It brings a team aspect to an otherwise individual and lonely sport, and it brings many different cultures together and develops leaders. 

I have turned to the tennis community and asked tennis lovers to describe college tennis in one word. 

ITA logo
Logo Credit: Intercollegiate Tennis Association


NCAA tennis logo
Logo Credit: NCAA Tennis


I am excited to share what they came up with:


  1. Adventure 
  2. Amazing 
  3. Awesome
  4. Bittersweet
  5. Brotherhood
  6. Camaraderie
  7. Challenge 
  8. Character
  9. Competitive 
  10. Culture 
  11. Dedication
  12. Different 
  13. Disciplined
  14. Experiences 
  15. Family 
  16. Fruitful 
  17. Fulfillment
  18.  Fun
  19. Future 
  20. Grateful 
  21. Greatness
  22. Grind 
  23. Healthy
  24. Impact
  25. Improvement
  26. Integrity
  27. Intense
  28. Journey
  29. Leadership
  30. Life
  31. Memorable
  32. Nerve
  33. Opportunity
  34. Passion
  35. People 
  36. Perseverance
  37. Privilege
  38. Process
  39. Purpose
  40. Reciprocity
  41. Recruitment
  42. Relationships
  43. Respect
  44. Responsibility
  45. Sisterhood
  46. Special
  47. Team
  48. Unforgettable
  49. Unique 
  50. Unity

I hope you all enjoyed this special post. College tennis will always have a place in my heart as I am very thankful for everything it has brought me. 

Feel free to share this post with someone who is thinking about playing, has played, or coached college tennis.

And a big thank you for those who shared your one-word description of college tennis with me!

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