2015 Adult Summer Leagues,
Programs, and Weekly Clinics
Information is available concerning 2015 Summer leagues, programs, and
weekly sign-up clinics for adults.
Click on the "ADULT TENNIS" button at the left of this page.
The "ADULT LEAGUES AND MIXERS" button tells about 2015 Summer Adult Leagues:
Men's Singles League,
7.5 Women's Combo League, and
7.5 Mixed Combo League.
The "ADULT PROGRAMS" button tells about 2015 Summer Adult Programs:
Women's USTA Practice,
Practice & Play,
Twilight Tennis, and
Drill of the Day.
Summer hours of operation will be Monday - Thursday 7 am - 10 pm,
Friday 7 am - 9 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 8 am - 8 pm. During the
summer (May 26 - Sept 4) members may play for free indoors all day,
every day with reservations made up to 6 days in advance.
We will be resurfacing the 6 indoor courts in early
August. The indoor courts will not be available for
use during this process. We do not have the exact dates at this time,
but will make everyone aware of those dates once they are finalized.
For more information contact the Schwartz Tennis Center at
765-494-3600 or email Schwartz Tennis Center Program Coordinator
Katee Hensley (email@example.com) with questions or to sign-up!
2015 Summer Indoor/Outdoor
Permanent Court Time
Information is now available about
2015 Summer Indoor/Outdoor
Permanent Court Time,
May 26 - September 4, 2015.
All permanent court reservations must be made by May 21, 2015.
Any member who would like to reserve a court(s) or continue with the
court(s) used in the past, please have your group's
coordinator notify Joe Braden as soon as possible. Members who have
reserved courts in the Summer 2014 will have first priority for their
court time. After May 21,
we reserve the right to offer any available courts to any member
requesting a Permanent Court Reservation. Court times may be changed
depending on availability.
For more information, contact the Schwartz Tennis Center at 765-494-3600.
You may also access this information by clicking
on the "RATES AND RESERVATIONS" button
at the left of this page.
The "SUMMER PERMANENT COURT TIME (PCT)" button
brings up the information form.
The "SUMMER PCT REGISTRATION FORM" button brings up an Excel file to use to submit a
list of names for those playing on your reserved court(s).
Information now available about 2015
Junior Tennis Summer Clinics,
June 1 - July 30
Information is now available about the 2015 Junior Tennis Program
Summer Tennis Clinics, June 1 - July 30.
Click on "JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM DIRECTED BY TIM MADDEN" at the top
left of this page, then "JUNIOR TENNIS CLINICS". You will find all
our information and a registration form.
Priority registration for members is now open. Registration for
everyone begins Sunday, May 17. Register early to be sure you have a
place in our program.
There is information included about Private Tennis Lessons and USTA
Tournaments at the Schwartz Tennis Center.
Junior Tennis Night (June 2 and July 10) is a great way to
improve your game and have lots of fun in a team format. These
evening sessions will include team drills, team games, and team match
play. Click on the link in the JUNIOR TENNIS CLINICS form to get a
registration form for the Black and Gold Tennis Camps.
USTA Junior Team Tennis is a competition league for 14 & Under and 18
& Under age divisions. Matches are held Tuesday evenings 7-9 pm
starting June 9. Click on the link in the JUNIOR TENNIS CLINICS form
to get a registration form for USTA Junior Team Tennis.
Purdue University has a new policy regarding staff working with
children. Anyone working with children at Purdue University must be
certified for youth safety and reporting child abuse.
In addition, parents must complete a liability waiver and medical
authorization form in order for a child to participate in Junior
Tennis Programs. These forms must be signed annually, July 1 - June
30, and reinforce the importance of safety for our children. A new
liability waiver and medical authorization form will be available in
mid-June for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
for a copy of the waiver form or click
on "JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM DIRECTED BY TIM MADDEN" at the top
left of this page, then "WAIVER FORM".
You are welcome to register with a credit card by phone at
765-494-3600, mail a check payable to Purdue University, or stop by
the Schwartz Tennis Center in person at 1324 McCormick Road, West
Lafayette, IN 47907.
If you have any questions about the Junior Tennis program or registration,
please email Tim Madden (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact the Schwartz Tennis
Center at 765-494-3600.
Pawel Gajdzik Tennis Academy
Tournament Players Camp in June,
High School Camp in July
The Pawel Gajdzik
Tennis Academy is offering
a pair of summer camps that will be held at the Schwartz Tennis Center.
A Tournament Players Camp will be held June 14-18 and a High School Camp is scheduled for July 26-30.
"This is a great opportunity for all players to train with a highly
experienced staff in one of the best facilities in the Midwest,"
according to Gajdzik. "We take a lot of pride in the product we put on the
court for these camps. The success stories of the players who
participate in our camps are the best reference for our comprehensive
and highly competitive program."
The Tournament Players Camp is open to individuals ages 9-17, while
the High School Camp is open to students of all skill levels in grades
9-12. Attendees will receive instruction on warm-up exercises, drills
and technical sessions, all while receiving constant feedback. Lessons
extend beyond the court with nutritional education and strength
Attendees have the option of attending the camp of choice overnight in
air-conditioned Hillenbrand Hall with live-in camp counselors, an
extended day, or for the day.
A camp brochure
with registration form and parental authorization form is available.
Registration and detailed information
about each camp option in addition to the tentative camp schedule and what to bring is also available.
Registration deadline for the Tournament Players Camp is June 1 and
the High School Camp closes registration July 13. John Purdue Club
members who register for camp online will receive a 10 percent
Men's Tennis Newsletter
Available on this Website
The latest Purdue Men's Tennis Newsletter is available on this Website.
Click on the "MEN'S TENNIS NEWSLETTER" button at the left of this page.
If you would like to receive this newsletter via email each month,
please contact Men's Tennis Coach
Pawel Gajdzik (email@example.com) or
Schwartz Tennis Center Operations Assistant Lisa Braden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Schwartz Tennis Center Membership
You should become a member of the Schwartz Tennis Center!
- Free Unlimited randomly-reserved indoor court time, June 1-- August 31!
- Free Unlimited randomly-reserved outdoor courts year round.
- Free Unlimited Non-Prime time, Same Day Reservation, year round.
- Only Members may reserve courts on a permanent basis.
- Only Members may reserve courts 6 days in advance, non-members 3 days.
- Priority sign up for lesson programs, clinics, and drills.
Information about the benefits of being a member, as well as
membership fees are quickly available.
Click on the "MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION" button at the left of this page.
For more information contact the Schwartz Tennis Center at 765-494-3600.
Pro Shop Has Strings, Grips,
and Vibration Dampeners
Forget to bring a can of tennis balls?
That grip showing some wear?
Lose your vibration dampener?
Break a string while playing?
Don't worry! Our Pro Shop can help with all of these situations.
Take a look at our latest list of products and services.
For each string, we give suggestions concerning who might benefit best from that string.
We offer very low costs for the string and stringing.
In addition, we will do the job with your provided string for only $15.00.
We have grips and dampeners available, and, of course, Wilson US Open Tennis Balls.
Please stop by the Pro Shop (at the Schwartz Tennis Center Control Desk)
if you have a request for a special type of string, grip, or dampener.
We will be glad to order anything, if available.
New in our Pro Shop is the Wilson Micro Dry Plus Grip.
This grip has been designed for maximum moisture absorption.
It is extra thick for more comfort and softer for better stretch.
Microfibre felt with Rayon absorbs moisture more quickly and dries more quickly.
Stop by the Pro Shop and ask for the Wilson Micro Dry Plus Grip!
Welcome to the Schwartz
Tennis Center Website!
We have worked very hard to make this Website useful for you. Here
are a few things to check out:
Click on the "ADULT TENNIS" button at the left of this page.
The "ADULT LEAGUES" button tells about Adult Leagues:
Men's Singles League, Men's Quad Play Doubles, 7.5 Women's Combo
League, and USTA Women's Tri-Level League.
The "ADULT PROGRAMS" button tells about Adult Programs:
Women's USTA Practice, Beginning Tennis Clinics, and Intermediate
The "WEEKLY SIGN-UP CLINICS" button lists the Weekly
- Click on the "JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM DIRECTED BY TIM MADDEN"
button at the left of this page.
The "JUNIOR TENNIS CLINICS" button tells all about the exciting Junior
Tennis Program and even has a registration form.
The "CALENDAR" button gives the dates of upcoming and completed events
in the Junior Tennis Program.
The "LEARN ABOUT TIM MADDEN" button contains a biography of our
Director of Junior Tennis.
The "FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)" button answers such questions
as "What tennis clinic do I register my child in ?", "What should my
child bring to the tennis clinic ?" and "How often should my child
The "MATCH PLAY FOR JUNIOR CLINIC PARTICIPANTS" button shows the dates
and times of upcoming junior matches.
The "OUTSTANDING PERFORMERS" button lists some juniors who have state,
midwest, and national rankings.
The "USTA JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS" is an information and registration form
for summer USTA Junior Team Tennis.
The "CAMPS" button gives complete information about Black & Gold
Tennis Camps at the Schwartz Tennis Center,
- Click on the "HOURS" button at the top of this page. We have
calendars for each month showing exactly when the facility is
- Click on the "RATES AND RESERVATIONS" button at the left of this
page. This gives you all the latest information about facility hours,
court fees, and permanent court reservations.
- Click on the "TOURNAMENTS" button at the left of this page. This
tells you about all tournaments currently scheduled for the facility.
You can follow links to the USTA to register for the USTA
- Click on the "PRO SHOP" button at the left of this page for
information about racquet restringing, balls, dampeners, and grips now
available at our tennis facility.
Let us know what you think of the new Website and tell us about any
additions or modifications that you would like to see.
|Dennis J. and Mary Lou Schwartz
The Dennis J. and Mary Lou Schwartz Tennis Center opened its doors to the community for play on Saturday, December
30, 2006. The facility is also home to the Boilermaker varsity tennis teams. The teams practice and host competitions throughout the year.
The center, which was completed in December 2006, is Purdue University’s first indoor tennis center. Named for the lead donors, Dennis J. and Mary Lou Schwartz, the facility provides the Purdue and Tippecanoe County communities with state-of-the-art, modern tennis courts in an upscale setting.
The six indoor and six outdoor courts are available to the public. The 60,000-square-foot facility includes locker rooms for the teams, offices for administrative staff and coaches, an athletic training room, and seating areas for fans on the mezzanine above the courts. A pro shop, located in the lobby, is staffed with knowledgeable people ready to help you with your tennis needs.
Technology at the Schwartz Tennis Center includes 12 Plexipave cushioned courts. The layered system is designed to give better support to the athlete's legs during play. Daktronic electronic scoreboards are on each of the indoor and outdoor courts. The six indoor individual scoreboards feed into a large master scoreboard on the west end of the facility, which displays individual and team scoring. The scoreboards are operated from courtside via wireless remote. The tennis center also uses Dartfish Video Analysis technology to assist in player development. A state-of-the-art sound system with Klipsch speakers helps create an energetic atmosphere for the team events.
We hope you will make the Schwartz Tennis Center your favorite place to play tennis. We also invite you to come to the tennis center to cheer on the Boilermaker teams. Admission is free to the varsity matches.