Ruston has exploded with tennis players over the past several years and the momentum continues to grow. USTA league membership has tripled since 2016. The Ruston community is embracing this tennis enthusiasm with several different initiatives to give players of all skill levels a venue to practice recreationally and compete as further described below.
New Ruston Sports Facility:
In 2017, the city of Ruston approved a $35.2 million dollar project to build a state-of-the-art athletic complex that includes adult softball fields, 8 youth baseball fields, 8 girls softball fields, 3 t-ball fields, 1 buddy ball field, 6 soccer fields, 3 football fields, 9 lighted tennis courts and a walking track. Construction is estimated to be finished in February of 2019.
Ruston Parks and Recreation hosts a new women’s day league called City of Ruston Tennis (“C.O.R.T.”- established 2017). It includes three levels of competitive play and has a spring and fall season. This league is available for all skill levels. For more information on the C.O.R.T. league, contact C.O.R.T. President Jenny Carroll at (713) 392-3564 or RPAR’s Tennis Coordinator Patrick Stanton at (337) 962-8303.
Squire Creek Country Club
The Squire Creek tennis facility has six lighted courts – 4 Hydro courts and 2 hard courts. The Hydro Court system is the most advanced clay court watering system available. The director of tennis is Katherine Reigelman and provides lessons for both members and non-members. Adult and junior activities range from league play, mixers to lessons and clinics. Squire Creek is located in Choudrant, LA, which is located within minutes of Ruston. For more information, contact Squire Creek at (318) 768-7000 or email Katherine at email@example.com.
Ruston has its own USTA league available to men and women. For more information on Ruston USTA leagues, you can contact league coordinators, Lee Tannehill (318) 237-8998 firstname.lastname@example.org
or Katie Hall (318) 503-9345 email@example.com.