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Your Extensive West Region Fall Recap

Though the fall season is a relatively quick one for the players out West, I see it as one of the most grueling weekends of the year. There aren’t many times in the spring where you’ll play up to 10 matches (singles and doubles) in one weekend, so huge props to those who played an…

Small College Nationals: 10 fun/meaningless stats

Happy Wednesday, boys and girls, and welcome to the first of The Blog’s Small College Nationals (now called the ITA Oracle Cup) preview articles! We are hoping to have a prediction article out for you tonight, a roundtable article for you tomorrow morning, and perhaps even more if my fellow bloggers get their acts together.…

Six Pack Preview of New England / West Regional Questions

Blog fam! As the summer winds down, I start to question what I’m doing with my life when I get home from work and don’t need to think about writing an article. Then, as teams start to have their first practices and I see Brad Gilbert tweeting pictures with Connecticut College during the US Open,…

POTW: 5/1-5/7

REGIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: 05/01-05/07 IT’S BRACKET DAY, BOYS AND GIRLS! Check out the final bracketology while you wait (patiently, I’m sure). Soon, we will be posting another LIVE BLOG to give constant updates on the bracket as we receive them! For now, sit tight and enjoy the final non-NCAA POTW of the season!…

This Week in West: The SCIACs

It’s the final week of the pre-NCAA’s season, and that means it’s the SCIAC championships. The conference isn’t quite as strong as it once was, but with three teams in the top 15, it’s still clearly the third strongest conference in the country. Here’s a preview: Quarterfinals (1) CMS def. (8) Occidental 5-0 – The Stags…

This Week In West: The Ojai!

With the regular season winding down, it’s time for the most unique event on the DIII tennis calendar: The Ojai. Here are the draws. You’ll notice that the following changes have been made: The singles draw has decreased from 64 to 32, and the doubles draw has decreased from 32 to 16. The draw is…

Regional Roundup – Mid-Season Review

Now that we are beyond the mid-season point and all of the writers have already come out with their mid-season reports, I wanted to throw my hat in the ring and give it a shot. D3RegionalNEC and D3West have already covered pretty much all of my teams, but I wanted to do some quick hitters…

State of the Region Address: West

Because the inaugural regional rankings are forthcoming this week, and most teams’ Spring Breaks are now completed, I thought it was a good time for a state of the region address. I’m gonna start by taking a dive into the mess of results that make up the individual qualifiers in both singles and doubles, and…

Regional Roundup – Spring Break Recap and the Weekend Ahead

Alright Regional tennis fans, now specifically from New England and the West coast, I’m back at you with another article.  We will start off with a recap of the Brandeis Judges spring break, where they came away with a record of 3-2.  I’ll then take a shot at previewing the weekend to come, where we’ve…

2017 Season Preview: California Lutheran

Here’s yet another article provided by the new guy (@D3Westv2), which he wrote on a whim. Look at the young man go! Coach: Mike Gennette Location: Thousand Oaks, CA ITA Ranking: NR Blog Power Ranking: NR Twitter: @CLUmTennis , provides updates after doubles and final scores, i.e. not great. Team Hashtag: Overview: After a terrible…