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As we reach the end of another amazing DIII season, we here at the Blog would like to commend you all for making DIII Tennis the great sport that it is today. Without your play, readership, coaching, enthusiasm, and all those other factors, we honestly would have nothing to write about. And I’d have nothing…

2017 Singles Draw: (Somewhat) Rapid Reaction Roundtable

AS: We’re gearing up for the final and the final will probably be done by the time this is posted (NE Note: correct) – we will have a new DIII Champion to celebrate (NE Note: Congrats Emory)! However, the tennis is not over as we get to the NCAA Singles Tournament, which involves all of…

The Finals Preview – Emory vs. CMS

Welcome, one and all, to the NCAA DIII Finals Preview brought to you by The Blog. We’ve done our best this year and it’s sad to see another team year end today, but it is with great joy that we were able to cover this amazing sport another whole year. As you should all know,…

The Elite 8 Master Predictions

This is a self-explanatory article. Get ready for your Elite 8 – with our blogger predictions! That is all. Also, if you would like to view the really cool tournament interactive brackets from SLAM tennis, please click on the below link. In there, you can get a tale of the tape for all your Elite…

Unheralded Heroes: NCAA Singles and Doubles Qualifiers From Regional Teams

With a bit of a lull before we get to the NCAA quarterfinals, I thought this would be a great opportunity to look into one of my favorite things about this time of the year in D3 Tennis, and that’s the guys from non-powerhouse schools who qualify for the singles and doubles tournaments. It’s always…

NCAA QF Preview #4: No. 2 Middlebury vs GAC

NCAA Quarterfinal Preview: No. 2 Middlebury vs Gustavus Adolphus Happy Saturday, boys and girls. Welcome to the final NCAA QF preview. RegionalNEC and I are going to take a look at the GAC/Midd matchup, and hopefully what will be the fourth of four NE teams advancing to the semifinals. You must be tiring of reading my…

NCAA Regional POTW: 05/08-05/14

REGIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: 05/08-05/14 I know we usually end POTW after the regular season, but a wonderful weekend of NCAA Regionals deserves another installment! Fantastic tennis, some big upsets, and not a single person with the perfect quarterfinals in our bracket challenge. Check back through the week as The Blog will be continuing…

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…

2017 NCAA Regional Preview: Wash U Region

You’re all probably really tired from reading so many posts on the website throughout the day, so I’ll skip the flashy intro. I wrote about Wash U, Kalamazoo, and Kenyon while D3RegionalNEC cohesively broke down Wheaton and Rose-Hulman Wash U Odds of making the quarterfinals: 70% Power 6 Rating (Or team UTR): 74 How they…

2017 NCAA Regional Preview: Middlebury Region

Welcome, boys and girls, to the first of our 2017 NCAA regional previews! Over the next few days, all of the writers will be contributing and bringing you in-depth looks at each of the eight NCAA regionals taking place this weekend. The first of these previews features the No. 2 overall seeded Middlebury Panthers, who…