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NCAA.com | May 4, 2016

Men's Tennis: DII Championship selections announced

DII Men's Tennis: 2016 Selection Show

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 2015-16 academic year. The top teams in each region are listed below and will be advancing to the preliminary rounds of the 2016 NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Championship.

MORE: Regional Brackets

Atlantic Region:

School Record
Bluefield St. 17-2
Edinboro (Automatic Qualifier) 22-3
West Liberty (Automatic Qualifier) 17-5
West. Va. Wesleyan 19-5
Chowan (Automatic Qualifier) 20-6
Mercyhurst 10-8

Central Region

School Record
Northwest Mo. St. (Automatic Qualifier) 19-3
Southeastern Okla. 12-2
Neb.-Kearney 18-3
Southwest Baptist 13-7

East Region

School Record
Concordia (N.Y.) (Automatic Qualifier) 12-4
NYIT (Automatic Qualifier) 17-3
Chestnut Hill 14-7
Queens (N.Y) 12-7
Southern N.H. (Automatic Qualifier) 14-7
Adelphi 11-7
Merrimack 10-9

Midwest Region

School Record
UIndy (Automatic Qualifier) 17-2
Ferris St. 21-4
Grand Valley State 16-7
Southern Ind. 17-5
Drury 12-8
Mo.-St. Louis 17-5
Lewis 12-9

South Central Region

School Record
Midwestern St. 12-7
Cameron 15-4
St, Mary's (Texas) 13-9
St. Edward's (Automatic Qualifier) 11-11

South Region

School Record
Saint Leo (Automatic Qualifier) 22-1
Barry 13-6
Valdosta St. (Automatic Qualifier) 15-6
West Florida 18-6
Lynn 16-7
North Ala. 12-4
Fla. Southern 14-10
Benedict (Automatic Qualifier) 15-8

Southeast Region

School Record
Armstrong St. (Automatic Qualifier) 22-2
Columbus St. 17-5
Lander 17-5
Georgia College 15-8
North Georgia 17-7
Francis Marion 15-9
S.C. Aiken 12-9
Queens (N.C.) (Automatic Qualifier) 14-3
Mount Olive 15-5

Links to selection criteria for each region are listed below:

Atlantic | Central | East | Midwest | South Central | Southeast | South | West

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