Bobby Knight

Bobby Knight

This will be the final week of the regular season with 18 conference tournaments taking place on both the men's and women's side. Of the 18 conferences playing tournaments this week, the only two that don't have both the men and women playing are the SEC and the Patriot League. The SEC women played last week while the men will play this week and the Patriot men played last week while the women will play this week. The only conference that doesn't hold a tournament is the Ivy League.

If you haven't checked out my conference tournament central pages you've been cheating yourself because I've got all the links and info that you need in one place - won't find that anywhere else. Here is the link for my men's page and here is the link for my women's page. Some of the conferences don't play a full round robin and are waiting for the ITA rankings to come out tomorrow because in many cases those are used to determine seeding. I'll continue to update my pages as all the draws become available.

Top seed Vanderbilt knocked off top ranked Florida 4-3 to win the SEC Championship in match that was played indoors at Vanderbilt. Florida played without Josie Kuhlman (#2 singles/#3 doubles) who was sick with a stomach illness but the Gators still rolled through the doubles point to take the early lead. Vandy's Astra Sharma tied the match with a win at No. 1 but Florida's Kourtney Keegan made it 2-1 with a win at No. 5. Vandy's Sydney Campbell pulled out a three set win at No. 2 to even the match at 2-2 but Florida's Anna Danilina put the Gators back in front with a three set win at No. 4. Vandy's Christina Rosca tied the match at 3-3 with a three set win at No. 3 so the final match to go on court in the five-court facility would decide the championship. 

Vanderbilt sophomore Fernanda Contreras won the first nine games of the match to go in front of Florida senior Spencer Liang 6-0, 3-0 but Liang came back to take the next five to go up 5-3. Contreras broke Liang from 15/40 with a lob winner to make it 5-4 and then she hit a service winner on the no-ad point to hold for 5-5. Contreras would go on to win the next eight points to close it out 6-0, 7-5 to give Vanderbilt its second SEC Tournament Championship in school history. 

A year ago Texas Tech won 28 matches and hosted a NCAA Regional but going into tonight's match against No. 4 Baylor the Red Raiders were winless in the Big 12 while having an overall record of just 10-14. Baylor was down a man with Jimmy Bendeck (#4 singles/#2 doubles) a late scratch so BU had to make adjustments to both its doubles and singles lineup. Texas Tech took advantage of the shift and picked up wins at No. 2 and No. 3 to take the early 1-0 lead. In singles play, Texas Tech would add five first sets and both Jolan Cailleau and Jackson Cobb would win in straight sets to make it 3-0. Baylor fought back to get splits at No. 3, No. 4, and No. 5 while Texas Tech got a split at No. 2. 

Baylor's Johannes Schretter, Max Tchoutakian, and Will Little would each pull through to tie the match at 3-3. Texas Tech senior Carlos DiLaura led Baylor freshman Constantin Frantzen 4-1 in the third at No. 5 but Frantzen took the next two to pull within 4-3. DiLaura broke back for 5-3 but Frantzen broke and held for 5-5 and two games later it went to a tiebreak. DiLaura went up 4-0 in the tiebreak but Frantzen rallied to tie it at 6-6. Frantzen had match points at 7-6 and 8-7 but DiLaura pulled it out 10-8.

UCLA and Ohio State both won outright regular season conference titles on Friday night with the Bruins defeating crosstown rival No. 6 USC 4-1 while the Buckeyes beat up No. 21 Northwestern 6-1. UCLA jumped out to the early 1-0 lead after claiming the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 2 and then the Bruins added four first sets in singles. Evan Zhu and Logan Staggs won in straight sets at No. 3 and No. 4 to make it 3-0 but USC would get on the board with a straight set win from Thibault Forget at No. 5. USC was getting close to a win at No. 6 and had an early break lead in the third at No. 1 but UCLA's Martin Redlicki would squash any hopes of a comeback after he closed out Nick Crystal 7-6, 7-6 at No. 2. UCLA and USC will both gets byes into the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament which begins on Wednesday in Ojai. 

It was senior day in Raleigh but unfortunately for the host Wolfpack they only had five healthy players and their opponent happened to be No. 1 Wake Forest. Wake took the doubles point after only dropping three games and then the Deacs won five of six matches in singles with NC State freshman Alexis Galarneau salvaging the day for the Pack with a win over Borna Gojo at No. 2. 

The women's SEC Tournament in Nashville had it all on Thursday with three matches coming down to the final court and one that started outside on the back courts and then and finished inside on just five courts after the rain came.  Mississippi State won the opener over Tennessee 4-1 and then Auburn's Andie Dikosavljevic came back from *4-1 and *5-4 down in the third set of the deciding match at No. 1 to propel the Tigers past Arkansas 4-3 in a match that took over four hours.

The third match of the day between LSU and Texas A&M started doubles on the back courts due to the Auburn/Arkansas match running long and then once singles started they could only use four courts for the same reason. A little past the midway point of singles, with rain on the horizon, they moved indoors to Vanderbilt's five-court indoor facility. Texas A&M managed to go ahead 3-2 but LSU's Ryann Foster won in straight sets at No. 3 to tie it up and then a short while later Joana Valle Costa clinched the match by breaking Rutuja Bhosale to win 7-6, 1-6, 6-4. 

The latest USTA Top 25 is out with both the Wake Forest men and Florida women remaining at No. 1 although their leads at the top are as slim as they've been. On the men's side Virginia is just two votes back at No. 2 while on the women's side Ohio State is only one vote behind Florida. There was no change in the men's top six though Baylor moved up two spots to No. 7 while USC dropped one spot to No. 8 and Texas dropped two spots to No. 9. Florida, South Carolina, and Oregon made the biggest jumps by coming up four spots each to No. 15, No. 18, and No. 21. Georgia Tech took the biggest tumble by dropping five spots to No. 19 after a tough loss at unranked Virginia Tech. Coincidently Columbia only dropped one spot to No. 19 after it fell to unranked Harvard. 

The women's top four remained the same though Vanderbilt shot up six spots to No. 5 after its big win over Florida last Sunday. Pepperdine came up four spots to No. 8 after defeating Stanford and Texas A&M came up six spots to No. 18 after defeating Georgia in Athens. Texas Tech and Auburn each dropped four spots to No. 10 and No. 22 after T-Tech lost to unranked TCU while Auburn fell to Arkansas. 

The Tulane men and TCU women were the only newcomers to this week's poll with each coming in at No. 25. The Kentucky men and LSU women were the only two to fall out after each lost a pair of matches over the weekend. 

On Tuesday afternoon the NCAA announced the host sites for the 2019-2022 NCAA Championships with the National Tennis Center in Lake Nona the big winner. The new "Home of American Tennis" was awarded the 2019 and 2021 NCAA Division I Championships plus the 2022 NCAA Division III Championships. The full release from the USTA is available here. Oklahoma State University was awarded the 2020 NCAA D1 Championships, which will be the first time Stillwater has hosted, while the University of Illinois was chosen as host of the 2022 NCAA D1 Championships. Illinois previously hosted four years ago in 2013 when Virginia won its first national championship on the infamous net touch by Puget on championship point for UCLA. Below in the table are the sites for the next five years with 2018 sites announced several years ago. 

There will be 31 automatic bids handed for the upcoming NCAA Championships with the winners of the below conferences each getting 1 of those 31. The list of winners will be at the very bottom of this page.

How is seeding done at most conferences?
There are some conferences that play a round robin format during the regular season and some that do not. The ones that do not play a full round robin format usually seed the conference tournament based off the most recent ITA rankings. The next thing you're probably wondering is what if there aren't any teams ranked in the ITA top 50 - then what? The conferences and schools are able to see the unpublished rankings so that way they can seed accordingly.
2017 Conference Tournament Dates/Sites
W-Conference Dates Location Host School 2016 Champion
SWAC 4/14 - 4/16 New Orleans   Alcorn State
AAC 4/19 - 4/22 Lake Nona, FL Central Florida Tulsa
SEC 4/19 - 4/23 Nashvillle Vanderbilt Florida
MEAC 4/20 - 4/22 Norfolk Norfolk State South Carolina State
Big South 4/20 - 4/23 Winston-Salem   Winthrop
Colonial 4/20 - 4/23 Elon, NC Elon William & Mary
Conference USA 4/20 - 4/23 Denton, TX North Texas Rice
Sun Belt 4/20 - 4/23 New Orleans   Georgia State
Atlantic Sun 4/21 - 4/23 Naples, FL Florida Gulf Coast North Florida
Northeast 4/21 - 4/23 West Windsor, NJ   Fairleigh Dickinson
Ohio Valley 4/21 - 4/23 Nashville, TN Belmont/Tenn State SIU Edwardsville
Southern 4/21 - 4/23 Greenville, SC Furman East Tennessee State
ACC 4/26 - 4/30 Rome, Georgia   North Carolina
Pac-12 4/26 - 4/30 Ojai, CA Individual only Stanford
WCC 4/27 - 4/29 Claremont, CA   Pepperdine
Atlantic 10 4/27 - 4/30 Lake Nona, FL   VCU
Big East 4/27 - 4/30 Cayce, SC   Xavier
Big Sky 4/27 - 4/30 Phoenix   Idaho
Big Ten 4/27 - 4/30 Champaign Illinois Ohio State
Big 12 4/27 - 4/30 Norman Oklahoma Oklahoma State
Big West 4/27 - 4/30 Indian Wells   UC Santa Barbara
Mountain West 4/27 - 4/30 Las Vegas UNLV UNLV
Patriot 4/27 - 4/30 Bethlehem, PA Lehigh Boston U
Summit 4/28 - 4/29 Indianapolis, IN IUPUI Denver
Horizon 4/28 - 4/30 Ann Arbor, MI Detroit Youngstown State
Missouri Valley 4/28 - 4/30 Normal, IL Illinois State Wichita State
Southland 4/28 - 4/30 Beaumont, TX Lamar Texas A&M Corpus
WAC 4/28 - 4/30 Las Cruces, NM New Mexico State UTRGV
Mid-American 4/28 - 4/30 Muncie, IN Ball State Ball State
MAAC 4/29 - 4/30 West Windsor, NJ   Quinnipiac


Week of April 25th-May 1
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) - Rome, Ga - April 26-30
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2016 Champion: North Carolina
Participants: Virginia, Virginia Tech, Duke, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Louisville, Florida State, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, NC State, Miami, Clemson, Boston College, Pitt, Syracuse
Live Scoring
ESPN3 (Semis/Finals)
Wednesday (First Round)
#12 Boston College vs. #13 Virginia Tech - 10 a.m. ET
#10 Notre Dame vs. #15 Pitt - 1 p.m. ET
#11 Syracuse vs. #14 Louisville - 1 p.m. ET
Thursday (Second Round)
#8 Virginia vs. #9 Florida State - 1 p.m. ET
#5 NC State vs. BC/VT winner - 1 p.m. ET
#7 Clemson vs. ND/Pitt winner - 4 p.m. ET
#6 Wake Forest vs. SU/UL winner - 4 p.m. ET
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 North Carolina vs. UVA/FSU winner - 1 p.m. ET
#4 Miami vs. NCST/BC/VT winner - 1 p.m. ET
#2 Duke vs. CU/ND/Pitt winner - 4 p.m. ET
#3 Georgia Tech vs. WF/SU/UL winner - 4 p.m. ET
Saturday (Semifinals)
2 p.m. ET
Sunday (Finals)
2 p.m. ET


Pac-12 Conference - Ojai, Ca - April 26-30 

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2016 Champion: None
Participants: USC, UCLA, Cal, Stanford, Washington, Washington State Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado
Pac-12 Network (Semis/Finals) 
Wednesday (First Round)
#8 Utah vs. #9 Arizona - 11 a.m. PT
#6 USC vs. #11 Washington State - 11 a.m. PT
#7 Washington vs. #10 Colorado - 3 p.m. PT
Thursday (Second Round)
#1 Stanford vs. UU/AZ winner - 3 p.m. PT
#4 UCLA vs. #5 Oregon - 11 a.m. PT
#3 Arizona State vs. USC/WSU winner - 11 a.m. PT
#2 California vs. UW/CU winner - 3 p.m. PT
Friday (Semifinals)
2 p.m. PT
Saturday (Championship)
3 p.m.m PT

Big Ten Conference - Champaign, IL - April 27-30
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2016 Champion: Ohio State
Participants: Illinois, Ohio State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Indiana, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan St, Penn St, Wisconsin, Michigan, Purdue, Maryland, Rutgers
Big Ten Network Broadcast - Finals

Thursday (First Round) 
#8 Minnesota vs. #9 Nebraska - 10 a.m. CT
#7 Iowa vs. #19 Indiana - 2 p.m. CT 

Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Ohio State vs. UM/UN winner - 10 a.m. CT
#4 Illinois vs. #5 Maryland - 10 a.m. CT
#2 Michigan vs. UI/IU winner - 2 p.m. CT
#3 Northwestern vs. #6 Michigan State - 2 p.m. CT 

Saturday (Semifinals)
10 a.m. CT
2 p.m. CT

Sunday (Finals)
Noon CT

Big 12 Conference - Norman, OK - April 27-30
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2016 Champion: Oklahoma State
Participants: Baylor, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, TCU, Texas Tech, West Virginia
Live Scoring
Streaming Video - Quarters/Semis - FloTennis $
Fox Sports Broadcast - Finals

Thursday (First Round)
#8 Kansas State vs. #9 Iowa State - 1 p.m. CT 
#7 Kansas vs. #10 West Virginia - 1 p.m. CT
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Texas Tech vs. KSU/ISU winner - 1 p.m. CT 
#4 Texas vs. #5 TCU - 1 p.m. CT
#2 Oklahoma State vs. KU/WVU winner - 4 p.m. CT
#3 Baylor vs. #6 Oklahoma - 4 p.m. CT
Saturday (Semifinals)
2 p.m. CT 

Sunday (Finals) - 4 p.m. CT

Atlantic 10  - Orlando, FL - April 26-30
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2016 Champion: VCU
Participants: Davidson, Dayton, Duquesne, Fordham, George Mason, George Washington, La Salle, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, St. Joseph's, St. Louis, VCU

Wednesday (First Round)

Thursday (Second Round) 
Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semfinals)

Sunday (Finals)

Big East Conference - Cayce, SC - April 27-30 
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2016 Champion: Xavier
Participants: Butler, Creighton, DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, St. John's, Villanova, Xavier
Thursday (First Round)

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)

Big Sky Conference - Phoenix, AZ - April 27-30 
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2016 Champion: Idaho
Participants are top 6 out these 12: Weber St, Idaho, Sacramento St, Montana, Northern Arizona, Montana State-Bozeman, Eastern Washington, Idaho St, Northern Colorado, Portland St, North Dakota, Southern Utah.
Scoring Updates: Big Sky Twitter

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)

Big West Conference - Indian Wells, CA - April 27-30 
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2016 Champion: UC Santa Barbara
Participants: Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Hawaii, Long Beach State, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara.
Scoring Updates: Big West Twitter
Thursday (First Round)

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals) 

Horizon League - Ann Arbor, MI - April 28-30
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2016 Champion: Youngstown State
Participants are top 6 out of these 8: Cleveland State, Detroit, Green Bay, Illinois-Chicago, Northern Kentucky, Valparaiso, Wright St, Youngstown St
Scoring Updates: Horizon Twitter
ESPN3 Broadcast

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals) - 11am ET

Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) - West Windsor, NJ - April 29-30
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2016 Champion: Quinnipiac
Participants are top 4 of these 8: Quinnipiac, Monmouth, Marist, Fairfield, Niagara, Rider, Siena, St. Peter's
Scoring Updates: MAAC Twitter

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)

Mid-American Conference (MAC) - Muncie, IN - April 28-30
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2016 Champion: Ball State
Participants are top 4 out of these 6: Northern Illinois, Western Michigan, Binghamton, Toledo, Ball State, Buffalo.
Live Scoring

Friday (Semifinals)

Saturday (Finals)

Mountain West Conference - Las Vegas, NV - April 27-30
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2016 Champion: UNLV
Participants: Utah St, New Mexico, San Diego St, Boise St, UNLV, Fresno St, Nevada, Air Force
Live Scoring
Streaming Broadcast

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)

Missouri Valley Conference - Normal, IL - April 28-30 
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2016 Champion: Wichita State
Participants: Drake, Illinois State, Southern Illinois, Wichita State, Stony Brook

Friday (Quarterfinals)
#4 vs. #5

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)
Patriot League - Annapolis, MD - April 27-30
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2016 Champion: Boston U
Participants: Army, Navy, Colgate, Bucknell, Boston U, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola MD
Scoring Updates: Patriot Twitter
Thursday (First Round)
Will be announced on Tuesday
Friday (Quarterfinals)
Saturday (Semifinals)
Sunday (Finals) 

Southland Conference - Beaumont, TX - April 28-30 
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2016 Champion: Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Participants: Lamar, New Orleans, Nicholls State, Texas A&M Corpus Christi - Abilene Christian & Incarnate Word are ineligible due to transition from D2 to D1 
Scoring Updates: Southland Twitter 
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 vs. #4 Nicholls - 2 p.m. CT
#2 vs. #3 New Orleans - 2 p.m. CT
Sunday (Finals)
2 p.m. CT
The Summit League - Indianapolis, IN - April 28-29
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2016 Champion: Denver
Participants are four of these five: Denver, IUPUI, Nebraska-Omaha, Oral Roberts, South Dakota St.

Friday (Semifinals)

Saturday (Finals) 

West Coast Conference - 
Claremont, CA - April 27-29 
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2016 Champion: Pepperdine
Participants: San Diego, Portland, Pepperdine, Pacific, BYU, San Francisco, Loyola Marymount, St. Mary's, Gonzaga, Santa Clara.
Live Scoring

Thursday (Quarterfinals)

Friday (Semifinals)

Saturday (Finals)

Western Athletic Conference - Las Cruces, NM - April 28-30
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2016 Champion: UTRGV
Participants: Chicago State, Missouri-Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle, Texas Rio Grande Valley. Grand Canyon ineligible due to transition from D2 to D1.
Scoring Updates: WAC Twitter

Friday (Quarterfinals)

Saturday (Semifinals)

Sunday (Finals)


Week of April 17th-23rd

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2016 Champion: Florida
Participants: Arkansas, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt (host)
Wednesday (First Round)
#11 Tennessee def. #14 Alabama 4-0
#12 Ole Miss def. #13 Missouri 4-2
Thursday (Second Round)
#6 Mississippi State def. #11 Tennessee 4-1
#10 Auburn def. #7 Arkansas 4-3
#8 LSU def. #9 Texas A&M 4-3
#5 Kentucky def. #12 Ole Miss 4-3
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#3 Florida def. #6 Mississippi State 4-2
#10 Auburn def. #2 Georgia 4-1
#1 Vanderbilt def. #8 LSU 4-2
#4 South Carolina def. #5 Kentucky 4-3
Saturday (Semifinals)
#3 Florida vs. #10 Auburn 4-2
#1 Vanderbilt vs. #4 South Carolina 4-1
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Vanderbilt def. #3 Florida 4-3

Big South - Winston-Salem, NC - April 20-23

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2016 Champion: Winthrop
Participants: Campbell, Charleston Southern, Gardner-Webb, Liberty, Longwood, Presbyterian, Radford, UNC Asheville, Winthrop
Scoring Updates - Big South Twitter

Thursday (First Round):
#8 Longwood def. #9 Radford 4-3
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Winthrop def. #8 Longwood 4-0
#2 Charleston Southern def. #7 Presbyterian 4-0
#3 Liberty def. #6 Campbell 4-0
#5 UNC Asheville def. #4 Gardner-Webb 401
Saturday (Semifinals) 
#1 Winthrop def. #5 UNC Asheville 4-0
#2 Charleston Southern def. #3 Liberty 4-3
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Winthrop def. #2 Charleston Southern 4-1

American Athletic Conference (AAC) - Orlando, FL - April 20 - 23
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2016 Champion: Tulsa
Participants: Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, SMU, Temple, Tulane, Tulsa, UCF (host), USF, UConn

Wednesday (First Round)
#7 South Florida def. #10 Temple 4-0
#6 East Carolina def. #11 UConn 4-3
#8 UCF def. #9 Houston 4-0

Thursday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Tulsa def. #8 UCF 4-1
#4 Cincinnati def. #5 Memphis 4-1
#3 SMU def. #6 East Carolina 4-1
#7 South Florida def. #2 Tulane 4-1
Friday (Semifinals)
#1 Tulsa def. #4 Cincinnati 4-0
#7 South Florida def. #3 SMU 4-2

Saturday (Finals)
#7 South Florida def. #1 Tulsa 4-2 - Broadcast


Atlantic Sun - Naples, FL - April 21 - 23 

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2016 Champion: North Florida
Participants: Florida Gulf Coast (host), Kennesaw State, Lipscomb, NJIT, North Florida, Stetson, USC Upstate - top 6 teams qualify
Scoring Updates: ASun Twitter
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#3 NJIT vs. #6 Kennesaw State 4-3
#4 Stetson vs. #5 Lipscomb 4-2
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 FGCU def. #4 Stetson 4-1 - Live Scoring
#2 North Florida def. #3 NJIT 4-0 - Live Scoring
Sunday (Championship) 
#2 North Florida def. #1 FGCU 4-3 - Live Scoring/ESPN3

Conference USA - Denton, TX - April 20 - 23

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2016 Champion: Rice
Participants: Charlotte, Florida Atlantic, FIU, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Middle Tennessee State, North Texas (host), Old Dominion, Rice, Southern Miss, UAB, UTEP, UTSA, Western Kentucky
Thursday (First Round)
#9 UTSA def. #8 Southern Miss 4-2 - Live Scoring
#7 Charlotte def. #10 Louisiana Tech 4-3 - Live Scoring
#5 North Texas def. #12 Middle Tennessee 4-3 - Live Scoring
#3 Marshall def. #14 UTEP 4-1 - Live Scoring
#4 Old Dominion def. #13 UAB 4-1 - Live Scoring
#6 Western Kentucky def. #11 Florida Atlantic 4-2 - Live Scoring
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Rice def. #9 UTSA 5-0 - Live Scoring
#2 FIU def. #7 Charlotte 4-0 - Live Scoring
#6 Western Kentucky def. #3 Marshall 4-3 - Live Scoring
#5 North Texas def. #4 Old Dominion 4-0 - Live Scoring
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 Rice def. #5 North Texas 5-0 - Live Scoring
#2 FIU def. #6 Western Kentucky 4-0 - Live Scoring
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Rice def. #2 FIU 4-1 - Live Scoring/CUSA TV

Colonial Athletic Association - Elon, NC - April 21 - 23 

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2016 Champion: William & Mary
Participants: College of Charleston, Delaware, Drexel, Elon (host), Hofstra, James Madison, Towson, UNC Wilmington, William & Mary
Thursday (First Round)
#8 Drexel def. #9 Hofstra 4-0 - Live Scoring

Friday (Quarterfinals) 
#1 William & Mary def. #8 Drexel 4-0
#4 James Madison def. #5 Delaware 4-0
#2 Elon def. #7 Towson 4-0
#6 UNC Wilmington def. #3 College of Charleston 4-3
Saturday (Quarterfinals)
#1 William & Mary def #4 James Madison 4-1
#6 UNC Wilmington def. #2 Elon 4-2
Sunday (Finals)
#1 William & Mary def. #6 UNC Wilmington 4-2

Mid Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) - Norfolk, VA - April 20-22

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2016 Champion: South Carolina State
Participants are top 4 in each division. Northern Division: Coppin State, Hampton, Howard, Morgan State, Norfolk State. Southern Division: Bethune-Cookman, Florida A&M, North Carolina Central, North Carolina A&T, South Carolina State.
Scoring Updates: MEAC Twitter

Thursday (Quarterfinals) 
#1N Hampton def. #4S Florida A&M 4-0
#3N Morgan State def. #2S Bethune-Cookman 4-3
#1S South Carolina State def. #4N Howard 4-0
#3S North Carolina A&T def. #2N Norfolk State 4-2

Friday (Semifinals)

#1N Hampton def. #3N Morgan State 4-1
#1S South Carolina State def. #3S North Carolina A&T 4-1

Saturday (Finals) 
#1S South Carolina State def. #1N Hampton 4-3


Northeast Conference - West Windsor, NJ - April 21-23

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2016 Champion: Fairleigh Dickinson
Participants: Bryant, Fairleigh Dickinson, Mount St. Mary's, Sacred Heart, St. Francis College (Brooklyn), St. Francis U, Wagner.
Scoring Updates: NEC Twitter
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 LIU Brooklyn def. #8 St. Francis Brooklyn 4-0
#4 Saint Francis U def. #5 Sacred Heart 4-2
#3 Fairleigh Dickinson def. #6 Wagner 4-0
#2 Bryant def. #7 Mount St. Mary's 4-1
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 LIU Brooklyn def. #4 Saint Francis U 4-0
#3 Fairleigh Dickinson def. #2 Bryant 4-3
Sunday (Finals)
#1 LIU Brooklyn def. #3 Fairleigh Dickinson 4-1

Ohio Valley - Nashville, TN - April 21-23

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2016 Champion: SIU Edwardsville
Participants: Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State, SIU Edwardsville, Southeast Missouri, UT Martin
Scoring Update: OVC Twitter
Friday (Quarterfinals) 
#3 Eastern Kentucky def. #6 Murray State 4-2
#4 Eastern Illinois def. #5 Southeast Missouri 4-2
Saturday (Semifinals)
#3 Eastern Kentucky def. #2 UT Martin 4-3
#1 SIU Edwardsville def. #4 Eastern Illinois 4-2
Sunday (Finals)
#1 SIU Edwardsville def. #3 Eastern Kentucky 4-1
Southern Conference - Greenville/Spartanburg, SC - April 21-23
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2016 Champion: East Tennessee State
Participants: Chattanooga, East Tennessee St, Furman (host), Mercer, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Western Carolina, Wofford
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#1 Furman vs. #8 Western Carolina 4-0
#4 Samford vs. #5 Chattanooga 4-2
#2 ETSU vs. #7 Wofford 4-0
#3 Mercer vs. #6 UNC Greensboro 4-1
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 Furman def. #4 Samford 4-0
#2 ETSU def. #3 Mercer 4-0
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Furman def. #2 East Tennessee State 4-2
Sun Belt - New Orleans - April 20-23 
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2016 Champion: Georgia State
Participants: Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, South Alabama, Texas-Arlington, Texas State, Troy
ESPN3 (Semis & Finals)
Thursday (First Round)
#8 Texas State def. #9 Louisiana-Lafayette 4-3 - Live Scoring
#6 UT Arlington def. #11 Arkansas State 4-0 - Live Scoring
#7 Georgia Southern def. #10 Appalachian State 4-3 - Live Scoring

Friday (Quarterfinals) 
#1 Louisiana-Monroe vs. #8 Texas State 4-0 - Live Scoring
#4 Troy vs. #5 Coastal Carolina 4-2 - Live Scoring
#3 Georgia State vs. #6 UT Arlington 4-3 - Live Scoring
#2 South Alabama vs. #7 Georgia Southern 4-0 - Live Scoring

Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 Louisiana-Monroe vs. #4 Troy 4-1 - Live Scoring/ESPN3
#2 South Alabama vs. #3 Georgia State 4-2 - Live Scoring
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Louisiana-Monroe def. #2 South Alabama 4-3 - Live Scoring/ESPN3

Week of April 10th-16th

Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) - New Orleans - April 14-16
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2016 Champion: Jackson State
Participants:  Alabama State, Alcorn State, Grambling, Jackson State, Prairie View, Southern.
Scoring Updates: SWAC Twitter
Friday (Quarterfinals)
#4 Alcorn State def. #6 Grambling 4-0 
#3 Southern def. #5 Prairie View A&M 4-0
Saturday (Semifinals)
#1 Alabama State def. #4 Alcorn State 4-0
#2 Jackson State def. #3 Southern 4-1
Sunday (Finals)
#1 Alabama State def. #2 Jackson State 4-2
Note: The Ivy League doesn't have a post season tournament - the regular season champion earns the NCAA Automatic Bid.
2017 Women's Champions (with seed listed)
American Athletic Conference - #7 South Florida
Atlantic Coast Conference - 
Atlantic Sun Conference - #2 North Florida
Atlantic 10 Conference - 
Big East Conference - 
Big Sky Conference -
Big South Conference - #1 Winthrop
Big Ten Conference -
Big 12 Conference - 
Big West Conference -
Colonial Athletic Association - #1 William & Mary 
Conference USA - #1 Rice
Horizon League - 
The Ivy League - Dartmouth
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference -
Mid-American Conference - 
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference - #1 South Carolina State
Missouri Valley Conference - 
Mountain West Conference - 
Northeast Conference - #1 LIU Brooklyn 
Ohio Valley Conference - #1 SIU Edwardsville
Pac-12 Conference - 
Patriot League -
Southeastern Conference - #1 Vanderbilt
Southern Conference - #1 Furman 
Southland Conference -
Southwestern Athletic Conference - #1 Alabama State
The Summit League - 
Sun Belt Conference - #1 Louisiana-Monroe 
West Coast Conference - 
Western Athletic Conference -

Monday was a light day for competition with many teams gearing up for conference tournaments this weekend but there was one match of substance that took place in Tampa between No. 26 South Florida and No. 34 Memphis. Memphis put itself in great shape to take the doubles point after winning 6-3 at No. 1 and leading 4-0 at No. 2 but South Florida's Justin Roberts and Peter Bertran came storming back to win the decider in a tiebreak by an 8-6 score. In singles action, South Florida took opening sets at 2, 3, 5, and 6 and Alberto Barroso Campos and Vadym Kalyuzhnyy would close out their matches at 3 and 5 in straight sets to make it 3-0. USF junior Peter Bertran would get the clincher at No. 4 with a come from behind 1-6, 6-3, 6-0 win and with that win South Florida locked up the top seed in this week's American Conference Tournament which will be held in Orlando at the USTA National Campus.

Sunday was as wild a day as it gets in the SEC with four lower ranked women's teams picking up wins with two of those wins coming over No. 1 Florida and No. 2 Georgia. The SEC is the only Power 5 Women's Conference to have its conference tournament this coming week so many of these same teams will see each other much sooner than they had probably hoped. Sunday was a day of redemption for some teams on the men's side with both Oregon and Michigan overcoming tough losses to pick up a top 25 win. 

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