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Emory wins the 2021 DIII men's tennis championship

2021 DIII men's tennis championship: finals full replay
8:37 pm, May 30, 2021

Carleton's Leo Vithoontien wins the 2021 DIII men's singles title

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Carleton College's Leo Vithoontien is the 2021 winner of the DIII men's singles tournament. Vithoontien won in a thriller against Tufts' Boris Sorkin, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. 

Click or tap here to view the final bracket.

The 2021 DIII men's tennis national championships are not over yet though. Currently, the doubles semifinals are wrapping up. You can watch every match live in the stream above. You can also keep up with live stats by clicking or tapping here. 

3:09 pm, May 30, 2021

Singles and doubles champions will be crowned on Sunday

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It all comes down to this. The singles and doubles champions for DIII men's tennis will be decided on Sunday, May 30.

First, the singles championship match between Tufts' Boris Sorkin and Carleton's Leo Vithoontien will take place at 12 p.m. ET. Following that will be the two semifinal matches in doubles competition, which will begin no earlier than 1:30 p.m. Finally, the championship match in doubles will be played no earlier than 3 p.m.

All four matches will stream live here on You can view the updated singles and doubles championships brackets below.

Singles bracket

DIII men's tennis singles bracket

Doubles bracket

DIII men's tennis doubles bracket


12:50 pm, May 29, 2021

Day 2 schedule, Day 1 results from the DIII men's tennis singles and doubles championships

2021 DIII tennis championship: day four recap

The DIII men's tennis singles and doubles championships continued on Saturday with the quarterfinals. Click or tap here to view Saturday's results.

32 singles players and 16 doubles pairings began play Friday in search of individual titles. Although rain forced play to be moved inside, first- and second-round play was completed in the singles bracket while doubles pairings finished their opening round matches.

You can watch all Saturday action live with a stream at the top of this page. 

Men's singles bracket

Men's doubles bracket

Below are links to printable versions of both the singles and doubles brackets.

Singles bracket | Doubles bracket

9:26 pm, May 26, 2021

Emory wins the 2021 DIII men's tennis championship

Emory Athletics Emory men's tennis wins the 2021 DIII men's tennis national championship.

On the heels of the Emory women winning the DIII women's tennis championship, the Emory men took home the 2021 DIII men's tennis national championship, beating Case Western Reserve 5-2. This is Emory's second consecutive national title and third in the last four seasons. The Eagles now have six championships to their name. 

Click or tap here to view the championship history, which dates back to 1976.

Emory led 2-1 after the doubles matches. After impressive straight set victories by Emory's Andrew Esses and Will Wanner and CWRU's James Hopper, the score sat at 4-2. Only three singles matches remained and the spotlight fell on the Singles 2 and 6 matches. Emory's Antonio Mora fought through five championship points on Court 2 in an attempt to snag the trophy but it was Nolan Shah who broke through and clinched the national title for the Eagles. Shah defeated CWRU's Anthony Kanam in straight sets, leaving two singles matches unfinished, including Mora's.

To view the final scores of the match, click or tap here.

Here are the results from the four finished singles matches: 

  • No. 1 singles: CWRU's James Hopper def. Emory's Hayden Casson 6-0, 6-3 
  • No. 3 singles: Emory's Andrew Esses def. CWRU's Matthew Chen 6-3, 6-0
  • No. 4 singles: Emory's Will Wanner def. CWRU's Chaitanya Aduru 6-0, 6-4
  • No. 6 singles: Emory's Nolan Shah def. CWRU's Anthony Kanam 6-3, 6-4

Here are all of the results from the three doubles matches: 

  • No. 1 doubles: Emory's H. Cassone/A. Mora 8, CWRU's N. Mabee/J. Powell 4
  • No. 2 doubles: Emory's A. Esses/W. Wanner 8, CWRU's C. Aduru/A. Kanam 4
  • No. 3 doubles: CWRU's J. Hopper/V. Aduru 8, Emory's S. Raina/N. Shah

To view the final championship bracket, click or tap here.

Watch the full replay of the title match here.

8:14 pm, May 26, 2021

Emory leads 2-1 after doubles

Emory leads 2-1 after the doubles matches.

Through the doubles matches in the national championship, Emory leads 2-1.

Antonio Mora and Hayden Cassone, and Will Wanner and Andrew Esses each won their doubles matches 8-4, while Case Western Reserve's James Hopper and Vishwa Aduru won their match 8-4 to give Case Western Reserve its first point.

Click or tap here to view the live scoreboard.

12:54 pm, May 26, 2021

National championship schedule, scores

Emory Athletics Emory is trying to win its sixth national championship in program history.

Case Western Reserve and Emory will play for the national championship at 3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 26, when Emory will try to win a second consecutive national championship and its sixth national championship in program history, while Case Western Reserve is aiming for its first title in program history. Click or tap here to watch a livestream of the national championship match.

Click or tap here to view the live scoreboard, and here for the interactive bracket.

10:35 pm, May 25, 2021

Emory, Case Western Reserve to meet Wednesday for national championship

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Emory and Case Western Reserve will play for the DIII Men's Tennis Championship at 3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 26. Emory will remain in the hunt for its sixth national title in what will now be 11 national championship appearances. This championship berth comes after Emory defeated Johns Hopkins 5-1.

Case Western Reserve will join Emory in the title match after narrowly defeating WashU 5-4. This will be Case Western Reserve's first-ever national championship appearance.

Emory is looking to defend its title as the reigning national champion after it defeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the 2019 national championship match. Emory also won the 2017 national title. 

Click or tap here to view the interactive tournament bracket.

9:53 pm, May 25, 2021

Semifinals: Schedule, scores

Emory Athletics Emory is trying to win its sixth national championship in program history.

There are only two rounds left in the DIII Men's Tennis Championship bracket, with the semifinal matches on Tuesday, May 25, with the winners advancing to the national championship. The national championship is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 26 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Here are the final stats for Tuesday's semifinal matches:

💻 Click or tap here to see the interactive bracket
🖨 Click or tap here to see the bracket in PDF form

11:15 pm, May 24, 2021

DIII Men's Tennis Championship: Quarterfinals schedule, scores

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The 2021 DIII Men's Tennis Championship semifinals are set after an exciting quartet of quarterfinal matches on Monday, May 24.

Defending champion Emory grabbed the first spot, continuing its title defense with a dominant 5-0 win over Brandeis. WashU also reached the semifinals with a 5-0 dual victory over George Fox. Johns Hopkins topped Williams 5-4 in the closest match of the day after Daniel Ardila stormed back from a 5-2 hole in set three on the deciding court. Case Western Reserve clinched the last semifinal berth 5-1 over Trinity (TX).

The semifinals will be played Tuesday, May 25.

Here's the final score from each quarterfinal:

💻 Click or tap here to see the interactive bracket
🖨 Click or tap here to see the bracket in PDF form 

11:10 pm, May 16, 2021

Third round results; quarterfinal matchups set

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The third round of the 2021 DIII men's tennis championship is history. Six more teams advanced to the quarterfinals, which will be held on Monday, May 24. Eight teams remain in the tournament, but only four will move on to the national semifinals. 


Here are Sunday's results:

George Fox 5, vs. Carnegie Mellon 4
WashU 5, Kalamazoo 0
Trinity (TX) 5, Southwestern (TX) 1
Case Western 5, Gust. Adolphus 0
Williams 5, Washington & Lee 0
Emory 5, Babson 0
Below is the quarterfinal schedule for May 24:
1:04 pm, May 15, 2021

Follow Saturday's schedule and results

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The Division III men's tennis championship has officially wrapped up. The championship will continue tomorrow with the majority of the third round. Johns Hopkins and Brandeis locked up up the first two spots in the 2021 quarterfinals on Saturday.  

Here are the third-round matchups scheduled for Sunday:

WashU vs. Kalamazoo
George Fox vs. Carnegie Mellon
Trinity (TX) vs. Southwestern (TX)
Gust. Adolphus vs. Case Western
Washington & Lee vs. Williams 
Emory vs. Babson 
Here are all the results from Saturday's matches:
12:36 am, May 15, 2021

Here's the schedule (and bracket) for Saturday's second round

2021 DIII men's tennis championship first and second round

Hello tennis fans. This is your one-stop-shop for the 2021 DIII men's tennis championship.

Saturday, teams will either be competing in the second round, as 24 schools try to advance to the next round. 

💻 Click or tap here to see the interactive bracket
🖨 Click or tap here to see the bracket in PDF form 

Here are Saturday's matchups: 

Trinity (TX) vs. Concordia (TX) | 10 a.m. ET
Luther Vs. Kalamazoo | 10 a.m. ET
George Fox vs. Oglethorpe | 10 a.m. ET 
Gust. Adolphus vs. Denison | 10 a.m. ET
Washington & Lee vs. Rose-Hulman | 10 a.m. ET 
Stevenson vs. Babson | 12:30 p.m. ET
WashU vs. Augustana (IL) | 1 p.m. ET
IIT vs. Case Western | 2 p.m. ET 
Houghton vs. Carnegie Mellon | 3 p.m. ET 
Stevens vs. Southwestern (TX) | 3 p.m. ET
Emory vs. John Carroll | 3 p.m. ET
Mount Aloysius vs. Williams | 3 p.m. ET 

Here are Friday's results:

Augustana (IL) 5, Grinnell 3 (first round)
N.C. Wesleyan 5, Drew 0 (second round)
Johns Hopkins 5, Farmingdale State 0 (second round)
IIT 5, St. Scholastica 2 (first round)
Southern Virginia 5, Skidmore 4 (second round)
Brandeis 5, Grove City 0 (second round)
John Carroll 5, Western Connecticut State 0 (first round)