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NCAA.com | April 28, 2015

DII championship qualifiers announced

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Tennis Committee has released its final NCAA Division II men’s tennis rankings of the 2014-15 academic year. The top teams in each region are listed below and will be advancing to the preliminary rounds of the 2015 Division II Men’s Tennis Championship.

Brackets

Atlantic Region
1. Bluefield State (14-6)
2. West Liberty (19-2)
3. West Virginia Wesleyan (11-7)
4. Charleston (W.Va.) (13-5)
5. Edinboro (15-6) AQ
6. Mercyhurst (12-6)
7. Shaw (10-7) AQ

Central Region
1. Ouachita Baptist (15-4)
2. Northwest Missouri State (18-6) AQ
3. Nebraska-Kearney (20-4)

East Region
1. Concordia (N.Y.) (18-4) AQ
2. NYIT (13-6) AQ
3. Merrimack (13-6) AQ
4. Queens (N.Y.) (20-4)
5. Chestnut Hill (15-9)
6. Adelphi (10-4)
7. District of Columbia (8-8)

Midwest Region
1. Drury (21-1) AQ
2. Northwood (Mich.) (15-4) AQ
3. Indianapolis (14-4)
4. Ferris State (17-6)
5. Southern Indiana (15-6)
6. Missouri-St. Louis (11-8)
7. Grand Valley State (16-5)
8. Lewis (12-8)

South Central Region
1. Midwestern State (14-4)
2. Western New Mexico (11-9) AQ
3. St. Edward’s (10-7) AQ
4. Cameron (12-7)
5. Newman (15-10)

South Region
1. Barry (21-0) AQ
2. West Florida (23-3) AQ
3. Lynn (15-4)
4. Saint Leo (13-5)
5. Valdosta State (15-7)
6. Rollins (14-9)
7. Benedict (14-7) AQ

Southeast Region
1. Armstrong (20-4) AQ
2. Lander (15-3)
3. Georgia College (13-8)
4. Columbus State (17-5)
5. North Georgia (14-5)
6. Mount Olive (18-3) AQ
7. Young Harris (13-8)
8. GRU Augusta (12-8)
9. Wingate (15-5) AQ

West Region
1. Hawaii Pacific (21-0) AQ
2. Azusa Pacific (19-4)

 

 

 

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