Facilities
Goldring Tennis Center

 Goldring Tennis Center
Goldring Tennis Center
 
 Goldring Tennis Center
Goldring Tennis Center
The Tulane tennis team boasts one of the southeast's finest tennis facilities in Goldring Stadium. Completed and dedicated in 1992, the Goldring Complex features six state-of-the-art, lighted courts, a lighted grandstand and a computer-operated scoreboard. The courts were resurfaced during the fall of 2006, and now appear with U.S. Open blue surface.

Since its inception, Goldring has played host to a wide-array of championship events during its history. The old Metro Conference played its 1994 Men's Tournament at Goldring, while Conference USA held the 1996 and 2003 women's championships, and the 1998 and 2001 men's championships at Tulane.

Tulane's on-campus site has also hosted NCAA Tournament play with the men's regional in 2001. In 2005, the facility hosted the first and second rounds of NCAA Tournament play and the Green Wave brought a large fan base to its feet as Tulane edged TCU, 4-3, to advance to the Round of 16 for the second straight season.

Hilton River Center Indoor Tennis Center

Thanks to the temperate New Orleans climate, the Tulane tennis programs can play outdoors virtually year-round.

However, should inclement weather rule out outdoor play, or should the Green Wave want to prepare for indoor competition, the Hilton River Center stands ready. One of the finest indoor playing facilities in the region, the RiverCenter is Tulane's indoor home. The RiverCenter played host to the International Tennis Federation (ITF), Category 1 Junior Sugar Bowl Championships.

New Orleans Lawn and Tennis Club

The Green Wave also has use of the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club to prepare for matches. The oldest tennis club in America, the NOLTC features clay courts, allowing the Green Wave to prepare for any and all clay court events.

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