The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of athletic experience on concentration. The Test of Attentional and Interpersonal style (TAIS) was administered to twenty female university students without daily athletic experience and forｔy female university athletes involved in interpersonal ball sport such as tennis. Results indicated that university athletes scored significantly higher on BET and BIT in attentional-style subscale, INFP in control subscale, and CON, SES, P/O, EXE, PAE in interpersonal subscale, in comparison to university students. It was, thus, concluded that university athletes seemed to have haigher ability to accurately select and process many external stimuli than university students. In addition, it was also revealed that university athletes tended to be more extroverted and have higher self values in the interpersonal relationship compared to university students.