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The Blog’s 2014 Season Awards

There was one day when I woke up and I had a vision. A vision that I should dedicate my life to DIII Tennis Blogging, giving feedback and recognition to players who worked their asses off but always played second or even third fiddle to their DI counterparts.  I’m proud to say that the vision…

West Region Obituaries

Well, the season is over, and what a season it was. It had everything. It had 5-4 matches galore, the birth of team hashtags, great comment debates, many great tennis teams, and, most importantly, tasteful shit talking. Ultimately, the racquets did the talking, and, though Amherst walked away the champion, the West region will finish…

‘Twas the Night Before Natties…

‘Twas the night before natties, and all through the West Teams eagerly waiting to see who is best The Boxers in Oregon, new to the scene Learning to squash squirrels, if you know what I mean   A tough band of Slugs with a Quaker, a transfer Pairing him with LJ, was the right answer…

NCAA Regionals: A Recap

I feel like I say this every weekend, but what an amazing weekend for DIII Tennis.  If you didn’t think this weekend was exciting, I have serious doubts as to why you even read this blog.  Just kidding, I love you all.  This weekend saw a couple blockbuster matches, a few scares here and there,…

2014 NCAAs: CMS Regional

I’ve got an extra day to preview the lone West regional, but you all know that I’m not one to slack off around here. (Ha!). I really liked both D3Central’s and D3NE’s formats, so I’m gonna pull a Google and take the best parts of both previews to make a better product. Zing! CMS Stags…

NCAA Team Bracket Challenge!!!

  Here is the link for our NCAA Tournament Bracket Challenge!!!!! http://www.bracketmaker.com/tlist.cfm?tid=453905 NOTE: IF THE LINK DIDN’T TAKE, PLEASE FIND THE LINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION AS WELL! Same rules apply. You’ll have to pick round by round (follow the instructions below). Points double each round. The winner gets to do a little something special…

SCIAC Tournament Recap

As always, the SCIAC conference tournament provided some big time fireworks this weekend in Thousand Oaks. I’ll recap the results in this article, but if you’re looking for a convenient place to check out box scores, here it is. Let’s go to the team-by-team recap: 1. CMS Dominance can get so boring. Unlike the NESCAC…

Ballou Travels to the SCIAC Day 1

SCIAC Day 1 Recap ASouth: As you all know, D3 Hero Nick Ballou has been covering the Western region action with live tweeting and cameo articles for us here at the blog.  It’s nice to get some other feedback and thoughts, so here he is with the SCIAC Day 1 recap as well as a…

Pool C Update Numero Trés

Last weekend of Division III Regular Season tennis? Check.  Pool C teams separated by one ranking spot in the latest ITA rankings? Check.  One Pool C spot to be determined? Check.  D3ASowth went to Happy Hour and is now writing this article a little bit buzzed?  You got it.  You know what time it is. …

SCIAC Tournament Preview

A couple weeks ago, it looked as though this year’s SCIAC tournament would be pretty inconsequential in the grand scheme of things. CMS was going to dominate. P-P didn’t have anything to worry about, and Redlands and Cal Lu had both eliminated themselves from Pool C contention. CMS is still going to dominate, and P-P…