The Johnson-Partlow Tennis Courts, home to one of Mississippi's premier collegiate men's and women's tennis programs, is considered one of the finest facilities in the MACJC. The venue features six courts, which are located adjacent to the softball complex on the northern section of the Fulton Campus on Tombigbee Street.
On March 31, 2012 the courts were formally dedicated in honor of long-time ICC head coach Paul Johnson and in memory of Linda Partlow, who served 22 years as women’s tennis coach.
The facility, which was originally built in 1979 with an asphalt surface but refurbished to post-tension concrete in 2001, has also hosted a long list of high school division tournaments
It joins the Davis Event Center (basketball), Roy Cresap Field (baseball), Eaton Field (football) and the soccer and softball complexes to give Itawamba Community College one of the finest groups of athletic facilities for a community college not only in Mississippi, but in the entire southeastern United States.
Since the facility's completion, Fulton-area tennis enthusiasts have also utilized the courts.