Thank you all for supporting our 2nd Annual "Eaters Alumni Boosters" 

UCI Alumni Tennis Golf Tournament!

We look forward to seeing everyone at Strawberry Farms Golf Club in support of UCI Men’s & Women’s Tennis program.  Currently, UCI is lucky to have the most qualified and caring coaches – Mike Saunders & Liz Ferris.  We have a very promising group of players this fall and confident we can get our young tennis team back on top of the Big West Conference where we belong.

The tournament will feature a pre-tournament bar, driving range, on-course contests, drinks, lunches, reception with appetizers, drinks, a silent auction, and a very special keynote speaker – General Greg Patton.

Those who cannot participate in the golf tournament, there are other ways to support our team & fund the program. Please consider sponsoring a contest, tee/green or golf cart sponsor or sponsoring opportunities listed on this website.

We greatly appreciate any financial donation which will make a big difference for our UCI tennis program. 

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday, October 28 2020

2020 Honorary Chair: 

Greg Patton- UCI Men's  Head Coach (1979-1992)


Coach Patton teams in NCAA Tennis have earned a berth at NCAA championships 27 out of 37 years.   He has won 24 Conference Championships.

Coach Patton has been named to 6 Hall of Fames.

Blue Gray Intercollegiate Tennis Classic (2020)

Intercollegiate Tennis Association (2019)

Intermountain Tennis Association (2015)

Idaho Tennis Association (2013)

Boise State University (2001)

UC Irvine (2000)

Coach Patton was named NCAA Division I Coach of the Year

1987 (UC Irvine)  and 1997 (Boise State) 

*Coach Patton is the only Coach to receive the Coach of the Year Award at two different schools.

International Tennis Hall of Fame   Tennis Educational Merit Award  2015

USTA/NCAA national Community Service Award   (1997 & 2003)

Coach Patton was responsible for bringing the USA vs. Serbia Davis Cup Tie to Boise, ID (hosted by Boise State University in April of 2013)