ACUI Table Tennis Championships
ACUI Collegiate Championships are designed to contribute to social, physical, mental, and emotional development of students and professionals. ACUI further promotes its core value of community through its leisure activities program.
Students who would like to participate in this program must first compete in a table tennis qualifying tournament and receive an invitation to the championships. ACUI sectional tournaments will be held as qualifiers, typically in the February or March timeframe, and other institutions or organizations may be as well. Eligibility requirements to play in both sectional and collegiate championship tournaments are outlined here.
The 2013 Collegiate Table Tennis Championships were held June 27–30 at Arizona State University in
Tempe, Ariz., in the Gold Gym, located in
the Arizona State University Sun Devil Fitness Complex. A detailed press release is upcoming. Until then, below are the results.
- Diana Phung, University of Utah
- Steffi Reinstein, Temple University
- Stephen Clyde, Indiana University-Purdue University–Indianapolis
- Vladimir Shukyurov, Indiana University-Purdue University–Indianapolis
We are continuing the search process for institutions to host the 2014 championships. Institutions may submit to host a co-located table tennis and 9-ball championship if space and resources are available. Please view the 2014 championships request for proposals [pdf], and contact Jake Dawes if you are interested or would like more information.
The 2012 Championships were held June 29–July 1 in Bloomington, Ind. with Indiana University–Bloomington serving as the host entity. Find out more.
History of the event can be found here.
The ACUI International Table Tennis Tournament has been sponsored by Newgy Industries, Attack Table Tennis, Killerspin as the official ball sponsor and Butterfly for ball sponsor of our regional events. This sponsorship helps underwrite the expenses of the tournament. If you are interested in reaching life long leisure players and the college union facilities in which they play, please contact the ACUI office for more about the opportunities available on for your company.
Participants are assessed a small entry fee that helps pay for tournament expenses, meals, ground transportation onsite, and awards. Travel to and from the tournament, lodging, and airport transfers are the responsibility of the participants and/or their institutions.
Eligibility requirements for the tournament are shared with students who qualify for the event. Verification of eligibility from the institution must occur for every player and be returned to ACUI prior to participation.
If you are spectator, participant, or potential host of the event, this schedule may be helpful. For more information about this year's event, there is a specific event page. Please see the link above or stay tuned for more details.
Thursday (travel day)
Friday (travel day)
Sunday (travel day)
For information about rules, tournament draw, etc., please contact volunteer Tournament Director:
Florida State University
For information about registration, hotel arrangements, etc., please contact Central Office staff liasion:
Recreation and Leisure Activities Coordinator
Updated July 3, 2013