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Report Card! How Teams Fared at the Northeast ITA

Back in the day, the Northeast ITA was referred to as the “Skidmore ITA.” I was always reluctant to use the term, since it diminishes the other teams in the region, but I have to say, there might be something to it. Year after year, Skidmore flexes their muscles. Four of the past six singles…

Northeast ITA Preview

Ladies. Gentlemen. Children of all ages. Welcome to D3RegionalNEC’s Northeast ITA Preview. It took some time to find the draw, but thanks to a friendly coach for passing it along! For a while now, this seems like a tournament that has just one or two guys that can win it. Loutsenko, Wu,, Heinrich, Leung. All…

Welcome back! Central and Northeast Regional Kickoff!

Well, here we are. Another year of Division III tennis is upon us, my second as a blogger. Don’t expect any sophomore slump from me, though. Like the Blog as a whole, I’ve got big plans for this season, and am excited to get back to writing, tweeting, and reading all things D3 Tennis. First…

Unheralded Heroes: NCAA Singles and Doubles Qualifiers From Regional Teams

With a bit of a lull before we get to the NCAA quarterfinals, I thought this would be a great opportunity to look into one of my favorite things about this time of the year in D3 Tennis, and that’s the guys from non-powerhouse schools who qualify for the singles and doubles tournaments. It’s always…

Pool A or Bust: A Look at Some of the Lesser Known Conference Tournaments

D3RegASouth: Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to be amazed. In this article we will be covering not one, not three, but FIVE conference previews! Yes you heard that right! However, such a feat is not able to be completed alone, which is why I’ve brought in my dear friends the Real ASouth and our resident RegNEC…

NCAC Tournament Preview!

What up D3 Tennis world? While the UAA Tournament is always a fun one to cover and follow, it’s only the start of this period of the season, when we finally get to see how teams step up when it matters most. This weekend marks the tournament for the North Coast Athletic Conference, whose members…

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…