Admission to North Texas home tennis matches is free and open to the public.
Located at the south end of the Mean Green Village is Waranch Tennis Complex, a three-million dollar, 12-court facility that's home to the Mean Green women's tennis team.
The Complex is at the corner of Bonnie Brae and Walt Parker Drive, in close proximity to the Athletic Center's Strength and Conditioning Center and Sports Medicine facilities and to the Victory Hall student-athlete residences. The Tennis Complex opened in 2006, and has six courts on either side of the Complex's clubhouse, which houses a player's lounge, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, and locker rooms.
Take an online tour of the Mean Green Village and all the Mean Green athletic facilities at meangreenmap.com.
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The Mean Green Scholarship Fund is the primary fundraising arm for North Texas Athletics, with 100 percent of annual contributions helping to support student-athlete scholarships and a variety of personal and academic support programs for all 16 intercollegiate athletic teams.
Members receive exclusive access to North Texas athletics and year-long benefits such as invitations to member-only events, the best parking and seating available, and more. For more information, please visit MeanGreenScholarshipFund.com, or contact the Mean Green Scholarship Fund office at 940-369-7284 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scrappy’s Kids Club, sponsored by Beth Marie's Old Fashioned Ice Cream, gives young Mean Green fans an opportunity to get involved in North Texas Athletics and receive exclusive benefits, including free game tickets, a Kid’s Club t-shirt, a birthday card from Scrappy and free admission to the Fun Zone! Click here for details on how to sign up your child.