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Fr. Michael Scanlan Tennis Tournament hosted by Franciscan Tennis July 14, 15, 16

This is the 4th Annual Fr. Michael Scanlan Tennis Tournament sponsored by Franciscan University's men's and women's tennis teams. The tournament supports our long and short-term needs of the program. It was created three years ago to honor the life of our spiritual leader, Fr. Michael Scanlan, previous president of Franciscan University. Fr. Mike loved the game of tennis and played often with students, staff and benefactors. We honor Fr. Mike through our efforts in sport and join with him in seeking the Spirit's guidance for our program and the university!


  • Event Limit: 1 Singles & 2 Doubles
  • $25 per Singles Division Entry
  • $40 per Team per
  • Doubles Division Entry
  • Guaranteed 2 Matches per Divison (weather permitting)
  • Each Player will receive a meal ticket for Saturday’s Lunch


Men’s Open
Men’s Intermediate
Men’s 45+
Women’s Open/Intermediate
Junior Boys 15 & Under
Junior Girls 15 & Under

Men’s Open
Men’s Intermediate
Men’s 45+
Women’s Open
Mixed Open
Mixed Intermediate

*Juniors 15 & over can play in intermediate and open divisions

Important Info

  • Singles may be played as early as 6pm on Friday, depending on draw size and weather
  • Doubles will begin no earlier than Saturday at 10am
  • Entrly Deadline is Wednesday, July 12 at 12pm
  • Individual starting times available Friday morning Call 740-317-8919
  • USTA card is NOT required for any events
  • If you chose to play in three events, you may be required to play in back-to-back matches
  • Balls will be provided
  • Quailty awards will be given to main draw winners and finalists and consolation winners
  • “Superbreaker” for all third-set matches
  • Please check-in 15 minutes prior to all of your matches

Singles: $25 Loading...

Doubles: $40 Loading...

NOTE - each participant is limited to 1 Singles and 2 Doubles.