The Eck Tennis Pavilion Courts are closed. We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause. Out of an abundance of caution and the need to care for the well-being of our Notre Dame community, Eck Tennis will remain closed until at least April 13th. During this time, it is imperative that everyone remain vigilant about the following recommendations from the CDC in order to reduce the chances of spreading this virus:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Wipe down and limit contact with high touch surfaces (door handles, keypads, fitness equipment, etc)
- Avoid crowds or high traffic areas
- Avoid poorly ventilated spaces
- Avoid confined spaces
We appreciate your understanding and efforts to keep Notre Dame and the local community healthy and safe.
Please contact Ed Beven, email@example.com, if there are any questions.
Since its completion in June of 1987, Notre Dame’s Eck Tennis Pavilion has been as integral part of the success of Irish tennis, allowing the team to practice year-round, regardless of weather conditions, and providing an alternative surface to further develop the all-around skills of Notre Dame’s players. Additionally, it has become an extremely difficult place for opponents to be victorious and has attracted some of the top events in collegiate tennis.
“It is truly one of the great collegiate indoor tennis facilities in the country,” say Irish tennis coaches Ryan Sachire and Jay Louderback.
The combination of the Eck Tennis Pavilion and Courtney Tennis Center has allowed the University of Notre Dame to play host to a number of prestigious events, including serving as the site of the NCAA Championships in 1994 for men’s tennis and in 1998 for women’s tennis. In all, Notre Dame has been the site of NCAA action on 18 occasions, including every year from 1994-2002 for either men or women’s play. The Eck Tennis Pavilion has three times welcomed Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Midwest Region Indoor Championships and six times helped play host to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Championship. The facility has provided additional courts for the men’s Tom Fallon Invitational and Bobby Bayliss Invitational and has been the home of the women’s Eck Classic for 18 years.