Tennis - College (Div I-A and Div I-AA) Tickets
Tennis has a strong following at the professional level and with good reason; it features the best players in the world. College tennis deserves its respect as well. This is the venue in which many of those future great players in the ATP develop their game, from the opening serve to perfecting the play at the net. College tennis tickets are organized around team play instead of the individuals, but honors and awards are given to both.
Before getting to the end of the season when these teams and players enjoy the accolades of these final rankings, they have to play the season schedule. The college season is a long one, lasting from October until May. The first part of the schedule is one filled with many tournaments built around whole teams playing one another or the best players taking the court representing only themselves. Eventually, these preseason tourneys give way to matches between two schools and bigger tournaments built around major conference play. If a team or its individual players are good enough, they get to play in NCAA-wide tournaments. First, the teams take the court for a week, then, the next week, the individuals play for personal honors.