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Fall Nationals – A Joint Preview

Fall ITA Nationals technically start in 40 minutes with the play-in matchup of Hewlin (Whitman) and Krull (Trinity TX), so this preview kind of needs to go out.  I’m getting real nervous here writing this paragraph because I’m scared the commenters will behead me and burn me at the stake if this goes out at…

An All-American Interview with Matt Heinrich

Hello again boys and girls and welcome to the 1st interview of the young 2014-2015 season. As you all know, interviews became a nice addition to The Blog last spring, and I’ve been tasked with continuing that trend. I know D3AS has a different type of interview lined up for the next couple weeks, but for…

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,…

ITA Northeast Recap!

Hi friends, it is D3Regional here again for your reading pleasure! This tournament finished up a week ago, but we wanted to save the recap for you and release them all in the same week. How practical of us! To sum this tournament up in one word, it would have to be “Heinrich”. The guy…

ITA Regional Preview: Northeast

  ITA Regional Preview: Northeast!   Hola, it’s your favorite new blogger D3Regional! I’m stealing the intro from D3NE this time around. The ITA Northeast tournament has been dominated the past few years by Mr. Oliver Loutsenko, everyone’s favorite Skid Kid (I’m not letting this go D3NE). He made the semis of singles his freshman…

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,…