2013

2018 Season Preview: #15 Case Western Reserve University

It’s Season Preview Time ! tl;dr: Case will have a more successful year than last relying on the strength of the middle of their singles lineup, but will need to have other areas step up to get back into the NCAA conversation. On It. Double Flip.  Starting off the central region will be the Spartans…

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…

New England ITA Recap

Happy Wednesday, boys and girls. Last weekend was the biggest of the fall in terms of DIII action, and some of the older other writers have gotten a jump start on recapping the weekend’s events. I’m going to follow CHB’s report card style system and hand out some mid-term grades. D3Regional has been kind enough…

Regional Women’s Recap: The Sewanee and Mary Washington ITAs

After a long weekend of superb tennis, we’ve crowned our singles and doubles regional champions from the Atlantic South! Since the Atlantic South is so great, we obviously get two regionals. However, since D3ASouthWomens is slightly less great, you’re only getting one regional recap from me. Once again Mary Washington and Sewanee graciously hosted their…

2017 NCAA Regional Preview: Chicago Region

Welcome back for the next and final central region preview. Before I dive into the teams, a couple of quick notes. First, although this post is titled “Chicago Region,” the region is being hosted by Gustavus Adolphus, but Chicago is the #1 seed. Next, the top 4 seeds have played in the same region the past…

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…

NESCAC Seeding Rapid Reaction

Happy NESCAC seeding day, boys and girls. Usually that would not be worthy of a greeting, but today is different. Today, the NESCAC seeding committee has stirred the pot with a hot take of its own. The following are the seeds for this weekend’s conference tournament. #1 Wesleyan, #2 Middlebury, #3 Amherst, #4 Bowdoin, #5 Bates, #6 Williams. You can…

Van Zee’s Vault Podcast: NCAC Preview and Rankings Discussion

I seem to be cranking these podcasts out with no problems these days which is fantastic. I think once I got over the hump and technology problems, I have hit my stride. In the coming weeks there will likely be several podcasts between myself and D3West discussing all things NCAA tournament. Both a review of…

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…

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: 2/20-2/26

REGIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: February 20-26 We’re back with our 1st POTW of the 2017 season! Get excited. And if you’re one of the 1% who doesn’t care about POTW, we have our 1st power rankings coming out later this week. I”ll say it again. GET EXCITED! A-SOUTH Player: Adrien Bouchet Team:  Emory Results:…