Women's Tennis
    USC Tennis Breaks Ground On Buntmann Family Tennis Center For Marks Stadium Renovation

    The home of USC men's and women's tennis is getting a fantastic renovation for 2016!
    Feb. 23, 2015

    The ceremony will stream live online at 11 a.m. - CLICK HERE TO WATCH

    The USC men's and women's tennis teams have called the David X. Marks Tennis Stadium home since its construction in 1971. This year, Trojan tennis will see its home revamped and renovated, bringing the venue up to date and in line with the impressive accomplishments of both programs. A ceremony to kickstart the renovation of Marks Stadium, which includes breaking ground on the Buntmann Family Tennis Center, will be held on Tuesday (Feb. 24) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will also be streamed live online.

    Goals for this renovation are to elevate Marks Tennis Stadium to be on par with the best facilities in the country by creating an inviting, elegant, bright and safe training and competition environment. The Buntmann Family Tennis Center entrance and lobby will welcome fans and visitors and put on display the rich history of USC tennis. To improve the building functionality and support the tennis program operations, the new Lisa and Douglas Goldman Family Student-Athlete Learning Studio will support direct collaboration between coaches, staff and athletes on a daily basis.

    The teams will be able to utilize and enjoy brand-new suites with lockers, showers, team meeting rooms and lounges. Both teams will have access to a new training room, a stringing storage area and a large multi-purpose room. To better accommodate and enhance the spectator experience, new spectator shade canopies will be added, a new elevator to the seating area will be installed.

    In addition to the lead gift from the Buntmann family, the renovation has been made possible thanks to financial support from the Lisa and Douglas Goldman family, the Fritz. B Burns Foundation, John Shea and Michael Uytengsu.

    The renovation is expected to be complete for Spring 2016.