McCormack–Nagelsen Tennis Center

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McCormack–Nagelsen Tennis Center
Location Williamsburg, VA
Opened April 3, 1995
Owner College of William and Mary
Operator William and Mary Sports
Tenants
College of William and Mary Tribe tennis (1995-present)

The McCormack–Nagelsen Tennis Center (MNTC) is a $3,000,000, 6,400-square-foot (590 m2) facility that is home to the College of William & Mary’s women’s tennis team as well as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame. It is located in Williamsburg, Virginia.[1] The facility includes six indoor courts and stadium seating.[2] The center was named after College alumnus Mark McCormack (Class of 1951) and his wife, retired professional tennis player Betsy Nagelsen.[3] In 1995, the year the MNTC opened, it won an USTA Outstanding Facility Award for a collegiate facility.[4]

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Coordinates: 37°15′43″N 76°42′16″W / 37.2619585°N 76.7045689°W / 37.2619585; -76.7045689