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GAC ITA Recap

  tl;dr Gustavus showed that they may be the deepest singles teams in the region after U Chicago. M. Alhouni won his third ITA singles title. Alhouni and Whaling won the doubles title. Alhouni (GAC) def. Ekstein (GAC) 6-2, 6-0 Alhouni & Whaling (GAC) def. Anderson & Ackert (Coe) 6-4,6-4 Here’s a link to the…

Power Rankings, 10/5

Welcome back to a blog favorite, Power Rankings! Now that ITAs are over, the writers have again come together to shoot the sh*t on a google document and rank the top 42 teams from Division III Tennis. We have information now from ITAs and can form initial power rankings based on the individual performances that…

An ITA Preview at the Buzzer: GAC 2017

Gustavus Adolphus College is hosting one of the two ITAs for the central region. It runs from Sept 29-Oct 2. Aside from the glory of winning one of the more outrageously sized tournaments in college tennis, the winners of the singles and doubles crowns claim All-America status and punch their tickets to Rome! (Rome, Georgia)…

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…

NCAA Regionals – A Recap

While the main event (Elite 8) is upon us, let us not forget that there were 16 teams prior to that battling it out for a chance to be there.  Before that, 32, and before that, 43. All of these teams stories are important to what makes DIII, and while the Blog views some of…

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…

RAPID REACTION: 2017 NCAA BRACKET

NCAA BRACKET RAPID REACTION ROUNDTABLE Nothing like a little rapid reaction roundtable from the bloggers to continue our NCAA week. If you missed the Live Blog earlier today, you missed something special. While we encourage you to go through the text from what basically turned into a public/slower version of our group chat, we also…

Bracketology #4: The Final Countdown

The final regular-season ball has been struck, the results are in, and the selection committee is doubtlessly hard at work trying to come up with a fair bracket. I’m not sure if this recommendation is coming too late, but I would like to remind coaches to put in bids to host, even if they’re not…

Power Rankings, 5/4

I’ve spent most of my morning listening to the podcast with AVZ and Coach Browning of Emory, which is why these Power Rankings are going out a little bit late. If you would like to listen to the podcast, which you should, feel free to click the link below. Power Rankings aren’t going anywhere. Van…

UW-Whitewater vs. Coe Preview

As we’ve written and talked about extensively, there is a lot of conversation about who should receive the final Pool B spot and final Pool C spot. Right now, UW-Whitewater and UC-Santa Cruz are fighting for the Pool B bid, and some believe that if UW-Whitewater defeats Coe on Sunday, the spot is theirs. This is…