Vouté Courts is the of the nationally-ranked Tufts University men's and women's tennis teams.
Located in the middle of Tufts' beautiful campus on Professors Row, the bright blue Jumbo courts are just outside of Tufts' world-renowned Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. They sit across the street from Gifford House (home of the Tufts President) as well. There are eight lighted, regulation-size courts at the facility.
The Tufts women's team recently hosted two straight NCAA Regional Tournaments at Vouté Courts in 2017 and 2018, welcoming five other teams from the Northeast to compete for a berth into the "Elite 8." Tufts was also a Regional host in 2007.
It's also where current Tufts men's tennis player Boris Sorkin - who was won two straight Intercollegiate Tennis Association Cup fall singles national championships - plays. Julia Browne, the 2010 NCAA women's singles champion, also played her regular-season matches at Vouté Courts.
Major improvements to the Tufts tennis facility were initially made in the mid-1980's thanks to a gift from William J. Vouté. His daughter Kathleen was a 1986 Tufts graduate who played for three years on Jumbo New England championship teams.
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