TEMPE, Ariz. – The 2018 Oracle ITA Summer Circuit Powered By UTR drew to a successful close over the final weekend of July, with champions crowned in the men’s and women’s Points Race.

South Carolina rising sophomore Thomas Brown and Nebraska rising junior Claire Reifeis finished atop the men’s and women’s Points Race standings, respectively. Both student-athletes receive automatic entry into next week’s 2018 Oracle ITA National Summer Championships Powered By UTR, along with a $600 travel reimbursement.

Players that concluded the Points Race in the Top 5 (ties included), also garnered bids and the travel reimbursement into the National Summer Championships main draw. You can view the final standings here .

The 2018 Oracle ITA National Summer Championships Powered By UTR will take place August 10-14 at TCU at the Bayard Friedman Tennis Center in Fort Worth, Texas. The National Summer Championships is a prize-money event, with $20K being distributed among the men’s and women’s singles and doubles divisions.

In addition to the prize money, the men’s and women’s singles and doubles champions receive a wild card into the ITA All-American Championships main draw, while the finalists earn a wild card into the qualifying draw, provided they are a returning Division I student-athlete.

About The Oracle ITA Summer Circuit powered by UTR
The ITA Summer Circuit was created to provide college players the opportunity to compete in organized events year-round. Although the primary purpose of the circuit is to provide incoming freshman and collegiate players the chance to compete in the summer months, for NCAA compliance purposes, the events are categorized as “open”; therefore, anyone (including high level juniors and adults) is eligible to compete in these events as long as he/she is a current ITA member. The ITA Summer Circuit is held over six consecutive weekends, beginning in mid-June and continuing through the last weekend in July.