D3RegionalNEC

Kalamazoo Comes East: A Spring Break Preview

Even though Kalamazoo is now a top 20 team and firmly into D3Midwest’s territory, I will happily keep writing about them until someone tells me to stop.  They’re a team with a rich history, a stud at the top of their lineup, unique home courts, and also happen to be perhaps the most improved team…

D3RegionalNEC’s Weekly Recap—Spring Break 2017 Edition

College hoops might be the talk of the town right now, but let’s not forget about all the D3 tennis going on right now as we really start to hit the meat of the spring season. This past week featured a bunch of teams out on spring break, some big upsets, and some inopportune rain…

D3RegionalNEC’s Weekly Recap + More

Going to try to mix things up a bit with today’s format in the interest of producing fresh content and readability along with all those other silly online buzzwords. Hopefully it’ll make for a fun article, and if you hate it, just be glad that I didn’t make the title “You Won’t Believe What’s Happening…

A Look Back, A Look Forward: The Week in Regional NE+C

     First things first, what a weekend we just had! Saturday afternoon on twitter was intense, following all the matches between my teams, most notably Wheaton vs Wabash and Vassar vs Rochester. I knew Wheaton and Wabash would be close, and as the match progressed it was clear it was going to come down…

This week in Central+Northeast Action

Indoors isn’t the only game in town in D3 tennis this weekend, with plenty of action coming out of the Central and Northeast regions, following up on a pretty full schedule last weekend as well. This article features pretty much all of my teams and breaks down what happened last weekend, what’s coming up, and…

Central/Northeast Regional Weekend Preview

The excitement of last weekend’s Kalamazoo-Kenyon match was a great start to what should be a Central region full of tight matches this year, with a lot of teams appearing to be pretty even. This is great news for us fans of D3 tennis, and gives me plenty to write about. While the Northeast is…

Central Regional Weekend Preview

Spring Break Walla Walla might be the main event this weekend, but we’ve also got a couple of interesting matchups between regionally ranked Central teams taking place.  Being that my main job is to cover the regionally ranked teams of the Northeast and Central regions, this seems like an excellent time for my first match…

2017 Season Preview: New York University Violets

Location: New York, NY Coach: Horace Choy, 10th season ITA National Ranking: NR ITA Regional Ranking: 17 Blog Power Ranking: NR Twitter Handle: @NYUtennis, sometimes good updates, sometimes nothing until after the match. Realistic Best Case Scenario: A couple wins over nationally ranked teams and a sixth place UAA finish, losing a tough one to…

2017 Season Preview: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers

Location: Troy, NY Coach: Jonathan Satkowski, 7th season ITA National Ranking: NR ITA Regional Ranking: 15 Blog Power Ranking: 28 Twitter Handle: @RPIMensTennis, made it’s debut this fall and was pretty solid with updates. Realistic Best Case Scenario: Liberty League Champions and the school’s first men’s tennis NCAA appearance! If they beat Skidmore, I could…

2017 Season Preview: #34 DePauw Tigers

Location: Greencastle, Indiana Coach: Scott Riggle, 9th season ITA National Ranking: 34 ITA Regional Ranking: 8 Blog Power Ranking: 30 Twitter Handle: @DePauwTennis, wasn’t good for in-match updates last season. Before we start, some good news: Everyone’s favorite non-anonymous D3 Tennis blogger D3Central has graciously offered his expertise to help with this preview. His thoughts…