K-State to Host USTA/ITA Campus Kids Day

Kids ages kindergarten to 8th grade can take part in the USTA/ITA Campus Kids Day on Feb. 9.

Jan. 31, 2013

MANHATTAN, Kan. – As part of its home opening match on Saturday, Feb. 9, Kansas State women’s tennis will host a USTA/ITA Campus Kids Day at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center at 11 a.m., in Manhattan. The match is free and open to the public, as the Wildcats host Tulsa in the team’s third match of the 2013 season.

The USTA/ITA Campus Kids Day is designed to expose junior players, their parents and coaches to college tennis matches. Any child in the age range of kindergarten to 8th grade is allowed to participate in the USTA/ITA Campus Kids Day activities.

Each participant in the Campus Kids Day will receive a free K-State tennis t-shirt, a K-State tennis poster, have a chance to win prizes. The kids will also participate in mini-serve contests, enjoy cookies and refreshments and have an opportunity to take a photo with K-State mascot, Willie the Wildcat. On court activities will begin immediately following the doubles matches.

Registration for the Campus Kids Day is free and parents register online at kstatesports.com/ot/campus-kids-day-reg.html.