The Blog’s 2015 Season Awards (FINALLY)

I know, I know.  It’s been like a month since the season ended and most of you (including us) have forgotten a lot about what happened this past season.  Just to give you a refresher, CMS won the title in a dominant performance, D3NE solidified his performance as “blogger to most likely tweet random stuff…

Interview With A Bracket Challenge Winner: Jonny Baker (and friend)

Welcome, boys and girls, to the second installment of our Bracket Challenge Winner Interviews. Today you’re in for a real treat, as our winner has asked for (and has been graciously granted) a favor. Your champion, Jonny Baker, being the consummate teammate that he is, made a special request to bring one of his teammates…

2015 NCAA Bracket Challenge Winner: Matt DeMichiel

Interview with Matt DeMichiel, 2015 NCAA Bracket Challenge Champion Just because the season has finally come to a close does not mean that The Blog stops. Well, we will stop for a little. More of a small summer break, a hiatus if you will, but that’s neither here nor there. As we wrap up our blogging season, I…

Regional Roundup – Season Ending 5/23

Sadly, we have reached the end of yet another season, but there is still so much to recap.  In this article, I wanted to essentially roundup all of the season for all of my regional teams, and give a quick outlook on where I believe each team is headed.  Also, because we will most likely…

10 Burning Questions of 2015 – Revisited

It’s me again! I just finished writing my CMS article (hope y’all enjoyed!) but I am not nearly done yet for the rest of the season.  I would like to advise you guys to continue checking back to the blog for the next week or so – we will have regional recaps for all the…

UTR Analysis of the Women’s Elite 8 and Singles Individual Tournament

Hello fans, it’s been a little quiet on the women’s side but the NCAA Championships were an exciting time so I want to get an article out to you with some analysis of the Team Tournament (Elite 8) as well as the Individual Singles Tournament.  I’m going to be using the UTR (Universal Tennis Rating)…

This Week In West: Team Recaps and A Tribute To Seniors

Tennis fans, it’s been a great season. A West region team won the national championship for the first time since 2009, when a senior-laden Hansen-led team got hot on the doubles court and swept their way to a national championship. This Middlebury team looked to do the same after sweeping the Tigers, but the Stags were…

The CMS Journey

A couple of years ago when Williams won their championship, they won with 4-5 seniors in the starting lineup and had been through a long journey, if you must, to get that one championship in 2013.  They had previously been a strong team, but not one that was expected to win every year.  We at…

Regional’s NCAA Singles Preview!

CMS! What a match from the Stags, and congrats to them on the national title! Individuals start up tomorrow, and have no fear fans, because the blog has you covered. I’ve been doing a lot of NCAA writing lately, which has been great, but is bittersweet because I’ve really missed my regional squads. Because of…

2015 Men’s NCAA Individuals: Doubles Bracket Challenge

Here is the link for our NCAA Doubles Bracket Challenge!!!!!  2015 NCAA DOUBLES Same rules apply. You’ll have to pick round by round (follow the instructions below). Points double each round. The winner gets to do a little something special with us…good luck! There will be brackets for the individual tournaments as well, but they won’t be…