Yue Wu Crowned Women’s Champion at 2014 Aurora Cup
Barbara Wei Jan. 19, 2014
Yue Wu (2533), likely not pleased with her early exit from the Open event on Saturday, came back in style on Sunday to win the Women’s Singles event.
Champions Named on First Day of 2014 Aurora Cup
Barbara Wei Jan. 18, 2014
12 events commenced on the first day of the 2014 Aurora Cup, and 9 champions were named before the lights were turned out at 33,000 square foot tournament venue.
2014 Aurora Cup a Family Affair for Top Seeded Junior Nathan Hsu
Barbara Wei Jan. 17, 2014
Nathan Hsu (2293) is top seed for the Under 18 junior event at the 2014 Aurora Cup, but capturing the junior title is not the only reason he is making the trek from his home state of Maryland to Illinois.
Jim Butler Hoping to Cause Upsets at 2014 Butterfly Aurora Cup
Barbara Wei Jan. 16, 2014
2-time Olympian, 3-time US National Men’s Champion and one of the best known names in US table tennis history, Jim Butler will put his experience and display at the 2014 Aurora Cup.
2014 Olympic Day
USOC Jan. 16, 2014
Get active and play table tennis on Olympic Day!
Lindenwood University Bring Powerhouse Team to 2014 Butterfly Aurora Cup
Barbara Wei Jan. 15, 2014
Already well known as a the team to beat in the NCTTA/collegiate table tennis world, Lindenwood University players will be at the 4-star Aurora Cup tournament in force.
Ross Brown Joins USATT Media
Jan. 15, 2014
Ross Brown has stepped up to help USA Table Tennis increase its online services to better serve clubs, events, and our national team.
USATT Announces 2013 Coach of the Year Selections
Michael D. Cavanaugh Jan. 14, 2014
Congratulations to Lily Yip, Stefan Feth, Angie Bengtsson, and Larry Hodges!
The man who loved ping pong
Jan. 14, 2014
"There was just something about the game. He would play anytime he had a chance. It was just something he enjoyed doing, something he had a passion for."
Impressive in Numbers and Quality for 2014 Butterfly Aurora Cup in Aurora IL
Barbara Wei Jan. 13, 2014
The four-star USATT sanctioned tournament will bring together over 250 players from 17 states to compete for $8,000 in prize money in 22 different events.