Senior Day - College Tennis USA

What is Senior Day in College Tennis?

Senior Day: it is a term used in college sports to describe the team's last regular season home game of the season. At some point before or after the game or at halftime, a ceremony is held bidding the team's seniors farewell, as it is their last game in front of their home fans.

With the president of ASU, Dr. Hawkins
With the president of ASU, Dr. Hawkins
With the seniors and the coaching staff.
With the seniors and the coaching staff.

Match after the ceremony


Immediately after the ceremony, we started warming up to prepare for our match against ARKANSAS FORT SMITH. 

We closed out the home portion of the Lone Star Conference regular-season, defeating Arkansas Fort Smith 7-0 at the ASU Tennis Courts.


What was it like for me?

Every university treats Senior Day a little different. During our ceremony, the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications announced some awards we achieved over the years. If you are wondering what he said about me, you can watch the video below. 

As you could have seen, the seniors got flowers, an awesome poster, and then some envelops. Every player wrote a letter to each of the seniors. Having letters to read from your teammates is personal and something that can last forever. 

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