Lee County Women's Tennis League

"Promoting Tennis in Lee County since 1978"

Summertime 2019!

The website may be unavailable at certain times due to maintenance. Any questions or concerns contact your
Division Officers or the Director.

Thank you Captains and Division Officers for registering your players. No further changes to your team can be made until October.

Medical Rating Adjustments

If you need to request a Medical Rating Adjustment use Form 7 - Medical Rating Adjustments and submit it to the director by October 1.

Click on the link above to download the form.


Captains can check their schedules under the Schedules tab (posted 8/7/2019).

You can choose a division and team and see the schedule or you can choose a division and week number to see all matches for that week.

Please contact the Director and Scheduler with any concerns.

Click here to see your start and end dates of play (updated 6/29/2019)

Captains: Click here to see the Fall Meeting dates.. Please arrange your Fall meeting to take place after the October 1st, 2019 Board meeting. Please send the date and location of your meeting to the League Secretary, Randi Ireland.

Next Board meeting Tuesday, Oct 1, at 2.30 pm. at Robb & Stucky


Roster Change Request - use this to request your division secretary to make a change to your roster. After July 24, no changes can be made until late September/October.

New and Returning Captains

It is important that the email address you have in your Personal Player Account is the one that you will use to register your team. Please update your personal player account before registering your team

Information you may find helpful:

Division Officers

After July 24 you can not make changes to teams until new passwords are issued.

When a Roster Change request is filed by a captain, the division officer should:

Information for New Officers


Be sure to fill out and carry the Medical Emergency Form with you to all tennis matches.

All NEW players NEED to Create/Change their Player account, enter their telephone number, birthdate and sign the agreement.

You are not eligible to be placed on a team until this is completed.

Read these instructions to help you.

Adding New Players to the LCWTL and Name Changes

Send an email to the LCWTL Data Coordinator to add a new player to the database. Send the players' name and her rating. The player adds her telephone number, date of birth, and signs the agreement in her Personal Player Account. You can also send any spelling corrections. A player can correct her own telephone numbers under Personal Player Account.



You can see all ratings under the link Players with Ratings under the Team/Players menu.

Click here to access your Personal Match history, or access it from the Team/Players menu.

If you have forgotten your password, go to Create/Change Personal Player Account and either Click on "Forgotten my Password" or "Change my Password".


The list of appealed players can be found under Teams/Players. Click on Players with Current Appeals.

Medical Rating Adjustments may be filed by October 1.

Troubleshooting Email Issues

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Consider adding donotreply@lcwtl5.com to your contacts list, or safe senders list to help with email issues from our server.

Meetings and Minutes

LCWTL Board Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month, October to May. The date changes to a link when the minutes are posted.

Meeting Dates

Click here to read the minutes from the Meeting with Area Professionals.


The LCWTL Yearbook (revised April 2019) is provided to all players who are registered by August 1. Below you will find the up to date Yearbook, in sections, so you may print it easily. The LCWTL By Laws are also posted here.

LCWTL By Laws (Revised April 2019)

2019-2020 LCWTL Rules and Regulations

On Court Rules (Revised April 2019)

Coman Tiebreak

Player's Creed

"The game of tennis requires cooperation and courtesy and places the responsibility for fair play on each player.

As a member of the Lee County Women's Tennis League, I will abide by this concept and by the rules of the game and compete with the true spirit of sportsmanship, always giving the benefit of the doubt to my opponents.

WIN or LOSE, I will conduct myself in a way that HONORS my opponents, my team, those who support me, and the game of TENNIS."