College Championships Update

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For the first time in college tennis history, top NCAA Division I men’s and women’s teams will compete in Super Regional matches this Friday and Saturday as the Road to Orlando is just one win away for 32 teams. In the past, 16 men’s and 16 women’s teams would make their way to the national championship site following two rounds of regionals. By adding a Super Regional, only the top eight will advance to Orlando to the quarterfinals this year.

The defending champion Stanford women’s team will host Kansas on Friday at 2 p.m. PT while the 2019 champion Wake Forest men will continue their back-to-back bid when they play host to Oklahoma, also on Friday. The third-seeded Cardinal is one of the hottest teams in the country, riding a 19-match winning streak. Stanford has won 61 of its last 64 home matches and is 46-5 during the month of May since 2010, a stretch that has produced four NCAA titles.

The Demon Deacons regional win over Kentucky was the fifth consecutive NCAA Regional title for Wake (31-3), which matched a program record for wins in a season with the result.

Women’s Division I Super Regionals Schedule:
North Carolina St (12} at Duke (5), Friday
Michigan (16) at Georgia (1), Saturday
Texas A&M at Vanderbilt (8), Saturday
USC (13) at South Carolina (4), Saturday
Central Florida at Pepperdine (6), Friday
Kansas (14) at Stanford (3), Friday
Washington (10) at UCLA (7), Friday
Oklahoma St (15) at North Carolina (2), Saturday

Men’s Division I Super Regionals Schedule:
Oklahoma at Wake Forest (4), Friday
Stanford (12) at Virginia (5), Saturday
Columbia (16) at Ohio State (1), Saturday
North Carolina (9) at USC (8), Saturday
UCLA (11) at Baylor(6), Friday
Tennessee (14) at Florida (3), Saturday
TCU (10) at Mississippi State (7), Saturday
Cal at Texas (2), Saturday

Here is a look at other college tennis national team championships:

NCAA DII Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championship
When: May 21-25, 2019
Where: Altamonte Springs, Fla.

The NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Tennis Committee has selected the 47 teams that will be participating in the 2019 NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Championship. Preliminary rounds will be played May 11-12 at on-campus sites. Advancing teams from each site will advance to the finals, May 21-24, at Altamonte Springs, Florida. Rollins College and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission will serve as hosts.

The following are the top seeds for each of the men’s regions:
Atlantic Region: Bluefield St. (14-9)
Central Region: Southwest Baptist (17-2)
East Region: Concordia (NY) (17-3)
Midwest Region: UIndy (15-5)
South Region: Barry (19-1)
Southeast Region: Columbus St. (23-2)
South Central Region: MSU Texas (17-4)
West Region: Hawaii Pacific (15-4)

The following are the top seeds for each of the women’s regions:

Atlantic Region: West Virginia State (18-5)
Central Region: Central Okla. (18-4)
East Region: Queens (NY)
Midwest Region: UIndy (21-0)
South Region: Barry (20-2)
Southeast Region: Wingate (21-1)
South Central Region: MSU Texas (19-6)
West Region: 1. Hawaii Pacific (13-5)

NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s National Championships
When:
May 20-26, 2019
Where: Kalamazoo, MI

http://www.ncaa.org/championships/division-iii-mens-and-womens-tennis

  • The NCAA Division III Men’s Tennis Committee has selected the 43 teams that will compete in the 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Tennis Championships. The teams will play a single-elimination tournament with the first, second and third rounds played at regional sites, Friday through Sunday, May 10-12, or Thursday through Saturday, May 9-11. Kalamazoo College will host the team championships finals, which will be held May 20-22 at Stowe Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Middlebury is the defending national champion, having defeated Bowdoin, 5-3, to claim the team title.
  • The NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Committee has selected the 49 teams that will compete in the 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. The teams will play a single-elimination tournament with the first, second- and third-rounds played at regional sites, Friday-Sunday, May 10-12, or Thursday-Saturday, May 9-11. Kalamazoo College will host the team championships finals, which will be held May 20-22 at Stowe Stadium in Kalamazoo, Mich. Claremont-Mudd Scripps is the defending national champion, having defeated Emory, 5-4, to claim the team title.

NAIA Men’s and Women’s Tennis National Championships
When: May 14-18, 2019
Where: Mobile Tennis Center, Mobile, Ala.

  • The top-seeded Georgia Gwinnett women’s team will play the winner of No. 16 Cumberland University and No. 17 Westmont College (Calif.) on Wednesday, May 15. The top-seeded men’s team is also Georgia Gwinnett and they will play the winner of Arizona Christian and Campbellsville (Kent.) also on Wednesday, May 15. The is the 68th annual Men’s Tennis National Championship and the 39th annual Women’s Tennis National Championships.


2019 NJCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championship
When: May 5-10, 2019
Where: JoAnn Medlock Murphy Tennis Center; Tyler, TX

Update: Hillsborough led the team standings after three days of action with ASA Miami right behind with 35. Host Tyler is close behind with 33 points.

2019 NJCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship
When: May 13-17, 2019
Where: Reffkin Tennis Center, Tucson, Ariz.

Update: Qualifying team competing include: Abraham Baldwin, Lake County, ASA Miami, Laredo, Barton Mesa, Collin Mississippi, Gulf Coast, Cowley, Moraine Valley, East Central (MS), New Mexico Military, Eastern Florida State, Pima, Glendale, Prairie State, Harford, Seward County, Hinds, Tyler, Iowa Central, USC Sumter, Jones, Wallace State, Kaskaskia

2019 NJCAA Division III Men’s Tennis Championship
When: May 10-12, 2019
Where: Peachtree City Tennis Center, Peachtree City, Ga.

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