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2021 NCAA DIII males’s tennis championships particular person alternatives introduced

2021-05-13 16:55:19


INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division III Males’s Tennis Committee has chosen the people who will compete within the singles and doubles competitors of the 2021 NCAA Division III Males’s Tennis Championships.

For the person championships, the nationwide committee chosen a share of singles gamers and doubles groups from every of the 4 areas. The person championships include 32 singles gamers and 16 doubles groups. The number of groups and people for the championships relies on won-lost file, energy of schedule and eligibility and availability of student-athletes.

2021 CHAMP: Stay protection of the 2021 DIII males’s tennis championship

The workforce championship will happen Might 24-26, whereas the person championships will likely be Might 28-30, each at Champions Tennis Membership, Chattanooga, TN; hosted by the College of the South and the Chattanooga Sports activities Fee.

Singles qualifiers (Alphabetical by college)
Participant College
Jorge Figueroa Averett
Anupreeth Coramutla Brandeis
Leo Vithoontien Carleton
Jeremy Yuan Chicago
Scotty Hunter Chris. Newport
Jan Wenger Colby
James Hopper CWRU
Tim Cianciola Denison
Hayden Cassone Emory
Nicholas Aney Gust. Adolphus
Alex Pavkovich Hardin-Simmons
Vishnu Joshi Johns Hopkins
Ian Yi Kalamazoo
Moses Hutchison Mary Washington
Carlos Martinez McMurry
Jordan Theron Methodist
Roberto Puig N.C. Wesleyan
Daniel Gomez Principia
Sebastian Castillo-Sanchez Rensselaer
Alec Angradi Salisbury
Marcos Dias Southern Va.
Kukutla Motlojoa Southern Va.
Hunter Bajoit Southwestern (TX)
Cameron Krimbill Trinity (TX)
Boris Sorkin Tufts
Isaac Gorelik Tufts
Ethan Hillis WashU
Scott Altmeyer WashU
Noah Lilienthal Wesleyan (CT)
Arturo Kam Williams
Austin Barr Williams
Jake Macey Wis.-Whitewater
Singles alternates
Alternates Participant College
First Alternate Luke Lemaitre George Fox
Second Alternate Jacob Burkett Hope
Third Alternate JP Vallejo N.C. Wesleyan
Fourth Alternate Adam Tzeng Brandeis
Doubles qualifiers (Alphabetical by college)
Participant Participant College
Jeffrey Chen Adam Tzeng Brandeis
Leo Vithoontien Xander Zuczek Carleton
Ryan Macy Alec Strause Chris. Newport
James Hopper Matthew Chen CWRU
Hayden Cassone Antonio Mora Emory
Will Leach Luke Lemaitre George Fox
Nicholas Aney Alex Budde Gust. Adolphus
Cole Schneider Nyathi Motlojoa Luther
Moses Hutchison Andrew Watson Mary Washington
Carlos Martinez Chase Daniell McMurry
Jhonny Acosta JP Vallejo N.C. Wesleyan
Marcos Dias Daniel Blonquist Southern Va.
Boris Sorkin Josh Belandres Tufts
Scott Altmeyer Abhi Ramireddy WashU
Ben Mitchell Noah Lilienthal Wesleyan (CT)
Arturo Kam Calvin Chung Williams
Doubles alternates
Alternates Participant Participant College
First Alternate Bo Bush Arpit Rana Centre
Second Alternate Daniel Henry Ian Yi Kalamazoo
Third Alternate Walker Anderson Jett Wright Hobart and William Smith
Fourth Alternate Patrick Baney Julian Lee LeTourneau

Any singles participant or doubles workforce that scratches from the match will likely be changed in sequential order by the revealed listing of alternates.

The draw for the person championship will likely be executed by the lads’s tennis committee and will likely be launched on Might 26 not earlier than 5 p.m. Japanese time. 

For extra details about the championships, together with the championships bracket, go surfing to

2021 NCAA Division III Males’s Tennis Championship Alternatives

The NCAA Division III Males’s Tennis Committee has chosen the 37 groups that may compete within the 2021 DIII males’s tennis championships.


2021 NCAA DII males’s tennis championship alternatives introduced

The preliminary spherical tournaments are set for Might 7-9, and the ultimate web site dates are Might 18-20 at Shock Tennis & Racquet Complicated in Shock, Arizona.


2021 NCAA Division I males’s tennis championships singles and doubles alternatives introduced

The NCAA Division I Males’s Tennis Subcommittee has chosen the 64 singles gamers and 32 doubles groups that may compete within the 2021 NCAA Division I Males’s Tennis Championships.




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