Brazos Valley Tennis Association
The Brazos Valley Tennis Association is a Community Tennis Association (CTA) that was founded to promote and support the game of tennis among adults and juniors in the Bryan/College Station area. BVTA organizes events, leagues, and tournaments for adults and juniors, as well as providing resources for local tennis players to connect with each other and the sport.
"Have a Heart" Charity Mixer
February 25, 2022
The BVTA board would like to thank our local tennis community for their contributions to and participation in our Have a Heart Charity Mixer. Thanks to this generous community we will be donating over $1,000 to BCS Together a local charity that has helped over 1,000 foster children and their families in the past year. We would especially like to thank Shaun O'Donavan and his staff at Traditions Racquet Center for hosting our event at their courts on February 20th. We would also like to thank the other local tennis pros who donated lessons and gift packs for our raffle. The raffle winners were as follows:
Wilson Clash Racquet (donated by Brandon Carlson) - Camryn Kiel
Racquet Stringing packet (donated by Brandon Carlson) - Mel Boyd
Lesson for 4 (donated by Brandon Carlson) - Donna Miller
Babolat prize packet (donated by Pebble Creek Country Club) - Cherry Jackson
Lesson for 4 (donated by Pebble Creek Country Club) - Dana Pendleton
Lesson for 4 (donated by Jamie Smith) - Cherry Jackson
2 $100 tennis shop shopping sprees (donated by Traditions Racquet Center) - Sinéad Dunne, Yvonne Dieudonné
Tournament Hosted in Bryan
March 1, 2022
A local Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) Tournament is being hosted at Bryan area tennis courts at the end of March! Please visit the Tournaments section of our page to learn more about the event! We hope to see you on court soon!
BVTA Partners with CSISD for Sports Expo for Local Children
May 22, 2021
Volunteers from the BVTA were able to step up and assist with a Sports Expo for local special needs children, who were unable to participate in the annual Special Olympics competition in Brazos Valley, due to COVID-19 impacts. Over 30 children participated in activities such as Bowling, Track and Field, Basketball, and Tennis competitions, in a fun, fast paced environment.