Ranking Projections, UTR Top 10 By Country, Beilinson Podcast With Michael Woodson, & Upcoming Schedule

The next set of ITA rankings will be coming out on Tuesday afternoon and I have the top 40 for you on my rankings tab (premium). There won’t be a lot of movement in the men’s top 10 but there will be some with a certain team from Texas known for the “Hat” expected to be back in the top 10 for the first time since early in the season. On the women’s side I’d expect to see a nice jump for Georgia Tech after its big win at North Carolina plus a team from the Magnolia State will make a big move into a prime position after a pair of weekend wins.  By Wednesday afternoon I’ll have my real-time rankings with each teams...

Ranking Projections, Upcoming Schedule, Men’s Conference Races (Premium)

The next set of ITA rankings will be coming out on Tuesday afternoon and I have the top 35 for you on my rankings tab. The Wake Forest/Virginia match on Friday will not be a 1 vs. 2 matchup but it’ll be close. I included the Stanford/Illinois match from today but the TCU/Texas A&M match going on Monday night shouldn’t be included since it didn’t start until after the 5 p.m. ET cutoff however in the past few weeks some matches have counted that finished later on Monday. The real-time rankings are viewable for College Tennis Today subscribers so if you’re want to be ahead of the curve then hope on board and subscribe today!Down below...

TCU Trounces UCSB, New Penn State Indoor Facility, & Tuesday Top 20 Ranking Projection

TCU’s west coast trip has been a good one so far as the Horned Frogs won their third straight with a 6-1 win at UC Santa Barbara. TCU won the doubles point with wins at No. 2 and No. 3 then they took four first sets in singles. Cameron Norrie, Guillermo Nunez, and Reese Stalder won in straight sets with Nunez clinching at No. 3. Alex Rybakov and Jerry Lopez won in third sets while UCSB’s Chase Masciorini double-bageled Gianni Mancini at No. 6. I’m not sure how Masciorini’s match didn’t finish first but according to the box score it was the second to last match to finish. With three straight wins, @RoditiTCUTennis’s hat...

Kadhe and Gerch Win Pacific Coast Doubles Championship, Gojo Saves Wake Forest From Upset, Baylor Edges South Florida, Top 5 Ranking Projections

For the third year in a row a doubles team from Oklahoma State won the Pacific Coast Doubles Championship as seniors Lucas Gerch and Arjun Kadhe defeated Stanford’s Jack Barber and William Genesen 6-3, 6-4 in the final. Kadhe won the title last year with Julian Cash while Gerch won it in 2015 with Nicolai Ferrigno. Gerch and Kadhe’s toughest match came in the quarterfinals when they defeated USC”s Laurens Verboven and Nick Crystal 4-6, 6-4, 7-6(2) and their second closest match came in the semifinals when they defeated UCLA’s Martin Redlicki and Evan Zhu 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Up until the quarterfinals they played 8-game pro sets and then...

North Carolina Rolls Vanderbilt; Baylor Growls Past Central Florida, Top 5 Projection

North Carolina and Baylor each picked up wins on Monday afternoon with North Carolina getting it done on the road while Baylor won at home. North Carolina went to Nashville and took out Vanderbilt 6-1 despite playing without its No. 1 Ronnie Schneider. UNC took the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 3 and then the Heels took three of five opening sets at Vandy’s five court indoor facility. William Blumberg, Robert Kelly, and Bo Boyden won in straight sets at No. 1, No. 3, and No. 5 while Vanderbilt picked up a straight set win from Cameron Klinger at No. 2. In the final two courts to finish North Carolina’s Jack Murray won in three sets at...