Texas (1), North Carolina (2), Georgia (3), California (4), Pepperdine (5), NC State (6), Virginia (7), Oklahoma (8)*
*The top eight teams are seeded 1-8 with the remaining eight teams assigned an opponent by random.
Beginning this Friday, 16 of the top Division I Women’s Tennis teams will converge in Madison, Wisconsin for the 35th annual ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship.
A PlaySight live stream, as well as Tennis-Ticker live scoring, will be available for every match at the 2022 Division I Women’s Indoor Championship. We’re also excited to announce Cracked Racquets will provide broadcast coverage of the event via its “Red Zone” format, with on-site commentary. You can find the broadcast on the Cracked Racquets YouTube channel.
Showcasing 13 teams within the Top-15 of the February 2 Division I Women’s ITA Collegiate Tennis Top 25 Coaches Poll, this year’s field is as deep as ever with teams all looking to take home the National Championship up for grabs.
As a single-elimination tournament, teams will play one match each day with the Championship Match being played on Monday, February 14, at 12 p.m. CST. However, all teams will still be guaranteed to play at least three matches over the weekend through either the main or consolation draw.
Reigning 2021 NCAA National Champions, Texas, will enter the 2022 Indoor Championship as the No. 1 seed after starting their season a perfect 5-0, including a ranked win over No. 25 Baylor two matches ago.
Just behind Texas is second-seeded North Carolina who will look to defend their 2021 ITA National Women’s Team Indoor Championship after they took down Texas 4-3 to secure their second consecutive Indoor Title last year.
Newcomers to the event, Oklahoma, will look to make a splash in their first appearance at the Indoor Championship, opening up play against hosts Wisconsin on Friday.
Across the entire field, the SEC leads all conferences with four teams competing at the 2022 National Team Indoor Championship, while the ACC and Pac-12 follow closely behind with three teams represented.
COVID-19 Mask Mandate:
All individuals, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status, must wear an acceptable face covering that is properly fitted to cover the wearer’s nose and mouth at all times when present in UW-Madison indoor public spaces, except when actively eating or drinking.
The tournament is open to the public and tickets are not needed for entrance. Parking is available in Lots 60 and 76 near Nielsen Tennis Stadium. Parking is $10 until 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and free all day Saturday and Sunday.
*Complete seeding and match information can be found on our Tournament Central Homepage here.