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Central Men’s Regional Rankings

The best part of the early season in the Central is that everyone plays important matches. While the Northeast region has very little action, the West plays a lot of non D3 matches (other than SBWW), and the ASouth is less exciting, the Central teams have had many battles up and down the ladder with…

2/24 Men’s Power Rankings

One thing that Indoor Nationals brings that you probably forgot is the return of our weekly power rankings.  The five bloggers have come together to once again take all the latest results and give you some rankings that are probably more reliable than the ITA rankings (#sorrynotsorry).  We have a lot of big changes due…

Regional Round-Up – Week Ending 2/22

Hello again D3 tennis world!  I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately, trying to come up with a good way to write about the many regional teams that are out there.  I’m still figuring out the golden formula, but here’s my best shot!  With a lot of action flying under the radar with #D3Indoors,…

2015 Season Preview: #35 Coe Kohawks

Coe College Coach: Eric Rodgers Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Preseason ranking: #35 Coe College, located in Iowa, is a really tiny liberal arts school that boasts a really good tennis team! They play a large, Amherst-like schedule with over thirty matches, sometimes as much as three in one day. Two years ago, they almost ran…

2015 Season Opening Power Rankings!

Wassuppppp wassup wassup. After an exciting weekend of ITAs where it looks like a lot of our viewers came back for some classic blog action, we decided to keep the ball rolling with our Weekly Power Rankings.  Now, they won’t be weekly here in the fall season because the blog here is all about efficiency,…

Central Region ITA Report Card

What a weekend! I know I wasn’t at both ITA Regionals, but I have to say that I was thrilled to witness some high level tennis at the Indy site and from the sounds of it, the Gustavus site was just as good. With every preview, there comes a recap and that is what I…

Central Region ITA preview

Match play is upon us and that gets me pumped to talk Div-3 tennis. In this article I am going to discuss both Central ITA Regionals. I will be completely honest and give the Indianapolis site ITA a whole lot more attention because the Gustavus/Whitewater ITA is exactly that. It will be won (in all…

Men’s Regional: 5 Burning Questions!

Fun (unrelated) fact: Eric Butorac, D3 legend, recently succeeded Roger Federer as ATP Player Council President   As I watch Fed battle in his quarterfinal match, I can’t help but get excited for this upcoming D3 tennis season. There are more relevant teams than ever before, and I’m excited to recognize some of the hard-working,…

Men’s Central Region: 5 Burning Questions!

So it seems my counterpart on the women’s side has the first article out this fall which means I better get on my game. These newbies are excited to get things going and I will admit myself, that the fall brings a bit of giddiness with ITA tournaments just around the corner. The blog will…

D3 Central Women’s Preview

Central Season Preview The 2014 season brought a lot of dramatic results that left Coach Kelly Stahlhuth’s Washington University of St.Louis as the sole central region participant of the elite eight. With other regions getting multiple teams in the Elite Eight, the Central region has a lot to prove for the 2014-2015 season. The following in-depth preview will…