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UAA Quarterfinal Preview – Emory/Rochester, Wash U/Brandeis

Hey Folks, D3RegionalNEC here with your second batch of UAA previews for Day 1 tomorrow. The women already got started this morning and it looked like the live scoring was working pretty well, so hopefully we’ll have good weather, good tennis, and frequent updates as the guys get going tomorrow at 9am. #2 Wash U…

A Look at the Singles and Doubles ITA Rankings with D3RegionalNEC

Much like the teams we cover, we have our ups and downs. I admittedly was not as active on twitter or with new articles as I have been, and for that I apologize. Behind the scenes things are still getting done (like three hour Skype calls with other writers), so don’t fret. Besides, I’m here now,…

D3RegionalNEC’s HUGE Weekend Recap

Last night as I went through the weekend’s results, I was ready to start a tweet storm of scores and my thoughts on everything. However, before clicking send, I realized—tweet storms are usually pretty dumb. If you have a lot to say, maybe don’t go on a platform that limits you to 140 characters. So…

D3RegionalNEC’s Mid Season Report, Part II: The Northeast Region

Back again for part two of my midseason reports, this time focusing on the Northeast. I realize we’re well past mid-season at this point, especially for my teams, but with the weather finally beginning to improve a bit, it still feels like there’s a whole lot of tennis ahead of us.  Anyway, just like part…

D3RegionalNEC’s Mid Season Report, Part I: The Central Region

With the first regional rankings of the spring coming out yesterday, I thought this would be a good time to go team by team and give a quick recap about where everyone is, and where I think they are trending. Sadly there won’t be any great photoshops a la D3RegionalASouth, and with two regions and…

D3RegionalNEC’s Weekly Wrap-up and Weekend Preview

As the season rolls along, you’d think it would get easier to see how teams stack up. Well, I’m finding that to definitely NOT be the case, as more and more I’m seeing the classic “Team A beats Team B, Team B beats Team C, and Team C beats team A” scenario. Makes for difficult…

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 + 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…