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Women’s New England and Northeast ITA Recaps!!!

New England Recap I am seriously late with my review and am expecting a big cut in my salary, but following the format of my counterpart, @D3Northeast, I did a report card for each regionally ranked (from the spring) team in the New England and Northeast ITA regionals. Let’s start with the much stronger of…

ITA Recaps: New England Edition

  The Blog has been on its game of late, and because of this I’ve been allowed to attend the other aspects of my life. I’ve heard the birds chirping, the wind blowing, and the people laughing. Let me tell you, I can’t stand most birds, the wind is cold, and I certainly hate people. Maybe…

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,…

New England ITA Day 1 Recap

Day 1 NE ITA Recap   Lots of ITA action across the country today, but let’s be honest, one of them is simply a class above the rest of the weekend’s activities. Here are the most surprising results of the day a recap of my Day-1 predictions, and some more bulletin board material for tomorrow.…

ITA Previews: New England

Hello again boys and girls, it’s time for the New England ITA preview. As the draw was published this afternoon and the tournament starts tomorrow, I won’t bore you all with a super long intro. Instead, I’ve checked out the draws and will give yall a few players to watch before quickly going match by…

D3NEW Season Kickoff!!!!!!!

Hello People!!! I am very excited to come on board as your D3 Northeast Women’s region blogger! My counterparts D3Central Women’s and D3West Women’s have done a phenomenal job of previewing their regions, so I have a tough act to follow!!  Anyway, I’ve been reading the D3 men’s blog for a few years now, and…

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,…