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NCTTA Brings March Madness to Pleasantville NY

by Warren Rosenberg - MetroSports Magazine March 6, 2023


As has become tradition during the month of March, groups of talented collegiate athletes gather at sites across the country for what has become a yearly ritual of collegiate competition. No we’re not talking about the NCAA’s March Madness basketball tournament but, rather, the Regional Championship tournaments of the National Collegiate Table Tennis Association’s (NCTTA) leading up to the NCTTA’s iSET College Table Tennis National Championships scheduled for April 14-16, 2023, in Round Rock, Texas.

Image Credit: National Collegiate Table Tennis Association


On the weekend on March 4-5, collegiate athletes from five northeastern states gathered at the Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville, New York, for the 2023 NCTTA Northeast Regional Championships and MetroSports was there. Over the course of two days of highly competitive play the Northeast Regional's teams earned their trip to Texas.

The competition featured both individual and team competitions among athletes from Boston University, Brown University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), New York University (N.Y.U), Princeton University, Rutgers University, the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Yale University.


The National Collegiate Table Tennis Association, the governing body in charge of this fast-paced Olympic sport, oversees programs at more than 150 colleges across the USA and Canada. NCTTA roots extend back to 1992 as the League of Northeast Intercollegiate Table Tennis. Over the past decade, national tournaments have taken hundreds of NCTTA players to Eau Claire, Wisconsin (in 2015), Monroeville, Pennsylvania (in 2014) and Rockford, Illinois in 2013.

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