Match Information

Tickets are sold as a one-day or an all-week pass. One-day tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for youth 18 and under. All-week passes are $15.

Wednesday, April 25

Match 1#12 Alabama vs. #13 Auburn4:00 p.m.StatsRecap

Thursday, April 26

Match 2#11 LSU vs. #6 Vanderbilt10:00 a.m.StatsRecap
Match 3#7 South Carolina vs. #10 Ole Miss1:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 4#12 Alabama vs. #5 Kentucky4:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 5#9 Arkansas vs. #8 Georgia4:00 p.m.StatsRecap

Friday, April 27

Match 6#6 Vanderbilt vs. #3 Florida12:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 7#10 Ole Miss vs. #2 Mississippi State12:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 8#12 Alabama vs. #4 Tennessee4:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 9#8 Georgia vs. #1 Texas A&M4:00 p.m.StatsRecap

Saturday, April 28

Match 10#3 Florida vs. #2 Mississippi State2:00 p.m.StatsRecap
Match 11#4 Tennessee vs. #1 Texas A&M2:00 p.m.StatsRecap

Sunday, April 29

Championship Match#2 Mississippi State vs. #1 Texas A&M12:00 p.m.StatsRecap

Participating Teams

Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi State Ole Miss South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt

The University of Alabama Tennis Stadium

Alabama tennis student-athletes have the privilege of playing in one of the finest facilities in the country as the Alabama Tennis Stadium was one of nine winners of the 25th Annual USTA Facility Awards Program. The outdoor complex, built in 2004, features 12 hard courts with overhead seating for 2,000 spectators that faces all courts.

The $4.2 million facility houses a team lounge with a flat screen television and couches, a conference room, coaches' offices, player locker rooms with private restrooms and showers, a full-service athletic training room and a concession stand with kitchen. In addition, the facility contains an elevator from the first level up to the seating area.

Not only is this complex conducive to the highest level of competitive play, it is also a terrific place for hosting school and community tournaments, with amenities for spectators and visiting teams.

Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility

In 2012, the tennis programs gained the addition of the Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility, which houses six indoor courts. Located adjacent to the outdoor stadium, the facility features a lobby, restrooms and overhead seating above the courts in addition to seating at court level.

The building, dedicated on April 28, 2012, is named after one of the most successful tennis players in Alabama history. Alison Baumgardner lettered for three seasons at Alabama on the men's tennis team. Men's coach Jason Morton discovered the Alexander City, Ala. native and enticed her to play on the varsity men's team at the Capstone because there was no women's team at the time. She won the women's collegiate singles championship titles in both 1962 and 1963 and teamed with Missouri's Justina Bricka for the 1963 women's collegiate doubles national title.

Alison Baumgardner was a four-time Blue Gray and three-time Southern Tournament champion. She is a member of the Southern Lawn Tennis Hall of Fame, the Southern Tennis Hall of Fame and the Women's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame. Alison Baumgardner was also among the inaugural inductees into the University of Alabama's Tennis Hall of Fame. She passed away on March 20, 2009 at the age of 65.

The addition of the indoor will not only provide a facility for the teams to compete during inclement weather, but it also will benefit Alabama when submitting bids to host events such as the NCAA Championship.

Visitor Information

Information about Tuscaloosa hotel accommodations can be found on the Visitor's Guide. Please follow the University's set guidelines for legal parking. You may visit for further information.

From Interstate 20/59 take Exit 73 on Highway 82 East (McFarland Boulevard). Continue on to the University Boulevard exit and turn right on to University Blvd. Continue on University Blvd. past DCH Hospital on the left. Turn right at Peter Bryce Blvd. and continue north until you see The Tennis Stadium on the right at the corner of Peter Bryce Blvd. and Campus Drive before the softball field. The street address of the Alabama Tennis Stadium is 505 Peter Bryce Blvd.