NCAA Tennis May Madness Set To Begin

With conference tournaments wrapped up, the college tennis community has set its sight on Tuesday night. This evening, the NCAA tennis tournament fields of 64 teams will be unveiled for DI and DII, men and women.

The first two rounds will unfold at sixteen different schools across the country on May 13-15. Then, the sweet 16 teams will take the court in Tulsa on May 19.

Some conference tournament results for D1 Men:

19 MAY 2009: Members of the of the University of Southern California tennis team pose with the NCAA Championship trophy after clinching the title against Ohio State University during the Division I Men's Tennis Championship held at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center on the Texas A&M University campus in College Station, TX. Southern California defeated Ohio State 4-1 to claim the national title. Darren Carroll/NCAA Photos

19 MAY 2009: Members of the of the University of Southern California tennis team pose with the NCAA Championship trophy. Darren Carroll/NCAA Photos

 

#6 Wake Forest beat #1 ranked Virginia to win the ACC

 

#2 UCLA beat #12 California to win the Pac 12

 

#4 Ohio State beat #17 Illinois to win the Big Ten

 

#5 TCU beat #8 Texas Tech to win the Big 12

 

#9 Florida beat #7 Georgia to win the SEC

 

#25 Columbia beat Penn to win the Ivy

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Miguel Alda, Columbia standout, leans into a backhand.

Tune in to see the tournament fields filled in this afternoon around 4pm CST live streamed on NCAA.com, and check back here for results and commentary as the tournaments unfold.

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