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INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Subcommittee has selected the 64 teams and 16 first- and second-round sites for the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship. Per NCAA policy, the top-16 seeds are guaranteed to host and matchups between conference opponents were avoided in the first two rounds of the championship. 

First- and second-round competition takes place May 10-12 and features four teams playing in a single-elimination format. The winner of each site advances to the Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex/Atkins Tennis Center in Urbana, Ill., where the 16 teams will compete for the national championship May 17-21. The event will be hosted by Illinois-Champaign. 

“We expect a competitive field that will provide fans with terrific tennis as teams try to earn their way to Illinois,” said D.J. Gurule, the head women’s tennis coach at Gonzaga and the chair of the Division I men’s and women’s committee. “The provision that was put in place last year that kept teams from within the same conference playing one another during early stages of the tournament worked very well and gave the championship more of a national feel. We are excited to bring the championship back to the Midwest and it’s going to be fun to see which 16 teams make it there.”

Tournament matches will be regulation dual matches with three eight-game, pro-set doubles played for one team point, followed by six singles matches, each valued at one team point, played best of three sets. Regular scoring will be used and a 12-point tiebreaker will be played at eight games all in doubles and at six games all in singles.

AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS
CONFERENCE SCHOOL
American East Binghamton
Atlantic 10 VCU
Atlantic Coast Virginia
Atlantic Sun East Tennessee State
Big East Notre Dame
Big Sky Sacramento State
Big South Coasta Carolina
Big Ten Ohio State
Big 12 Oklahoma
Big West UC Santa Barbara
Colonial UNC-Wilmington
Conference USA Memphis
Horizon Cleveland State
Ivy Harvard
MAAC Marist
Mid-America Western Michigan
Mid-Eastern South Carolina State
Missouri Valley Wichita State
Mountain West Boise State
Northeast Fairleigh Dickinson
Ohio Valley Austin Peay
Pacific-12 UCLA
Patriot Lehigh
SEC Georgia
Southern Samford
Southland Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
SWAC Prairie View A&M
Summit UMKC
Sun Belt Georgia State
West Coast Pepperdine
WAC Denver
DIVISION I TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES SINCE 1977
School *Appearances Last Record +Championships
Alabama 17 2010 12-16 --
Auburn 19 2012 22-18 --
Austin Peay First -- -- --
Baylor 16 2012 43-14 1 (2004)
Binghamton 9 2012 0-8 --
Boise State 14 2012 7-13 --
BYU 8 2011 1-7 --
California 31 2012 30-30 --
UCLA 37 2012 104-32 4 (1979, 1982, 1984, 2005)
UC Santa Barbara 10 2009 4-9 --
Clemson 23 2007 17-22 --
Cleveland State 5 2011 0-4 --
Coastal Carolina First -- -- --
Denver 3 2010 0-2 --
Drake 7 2012 0-6 --
Duke 23 2012 39-22 --
East Tennessee State 11 2012 2-10 --
Fairleigh Dickinson 5 2012 0-4 --
Florida 23 2012 38-22 --
Florida State 14 2012 13-13 --
Georgia 35 2012 92-30 6 (1985, 1987, 1999, 2001, 2007-08)
Georgia State 5 2007 0-4 --
Harvard 20 2012 14-19 --
Illinois 18 2012 38-16 1 (2003)
Kentucky 22 2012 19-21 --
Lehigh First -- -- --
LSU 29 2012 30-28 --
Marist 10 2011 0-9 --
Memphis 2 2012 0-1 --
Michigan 23 2012 10-22 --
Michigan State First -- -- --
Minnesota 19 2012 16-18 --
Mississippi 22 2012 38-21 --
Mississippi State 18 2012 17-17 --
UMKC 6 2012 0-5 --
UNC-Wilmington 4 2012 0-3 --
North Carolina State 6 2012 3-5 --
Northwestern 11 2012 7-10 --
Notre Dame 21 2012 16-20 --
Ohio State 14 2012 32-13 --
Oklahoma 9 2012 5-8 --
Pepperdine 33 2012 54-33 1 (2006)
Prairie View A&M 3 2010 0-2 --
Sacramento State 10 2012 0-9 --
Samford 3 2011 0-2 --
San Diego 9 2012 4-8 --
South Carolina 19 2012 13-18 --
South Carolina State 9 2012 0-8 --
Southern California 36 2012 87-29 8 (1991, 1993-94, 2002, 2009-12)
Stanford 34 2012 103-18 15 (1977-78, 1980-81, 1983, 1986, 1988-90, 1992, 1995-98, 2000)
Tennessee 24 2012 38-23 --
Texas 31 2012 44-30 --
Texas A&M 20 2012 27-19 --
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 6 2011 1-5 --
TCU 25 2010 24-24 --
Tulsa 14 2012 8-13 --
Vanderbilt 12 2012 13-11 --
Virginia 15 2012 35-14 --
Virginia Commonwealth 18 2012 12-17 --
Virginia Tech 13 2012 11-12 --
Wake Forest 13 2011 9-12 --
Washington 18 2012 17-17 --
Western Michigan 10 2012 0-9 --
Wichita State 10 2009 0-9 --
*Includes 2013 season.
+Since 1977 only.