(L-R) Doug King, Cal assistant Tyler Browne, 2011 Napa Classic winner Nick Andrews, Cal finalist Ben McLachlan and Cal head coach Peter Wright
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., September 18, 2012 – The USTA announced today that eight of America’s top juniors will play in a unique tournament format, competing against some of the country’s top collegiate players in the Audi Napa Valley Tennis Classic, September 21-23 at Meadowood Napa Valley in St. Helena, Calif.
This will mark the third straight year juniors are incorporated into the 12-year-old event, a round-robin style tournament that rewards its winner with a USTA wild card entry into a USTA Pro Circuit event. The tournament will feature eight of America’s premier juniors competing against four players from six NCAA Division I schools, including California, Berkeley, Georgia, Harvard, Illinois, Stanford and Texas.
“We’re excited that another group of our top juniors gets to compete against some very strong collegians in a respected, valuab...