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NCAA.com | April 24, 2018

Division II Men's Tennis Championship selections announced

DII Men's Tennis: 2018 Selection Show

NDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Tennis Committee has selected the 48 teams that will be participating in the 2018 NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Championship. Preliminary-rounds will be played April 30 – May 1 at on-campus sites. Advancing teams from each site will advance to the finals, May 9-12, at Surprise, Arizona. The Pacific West Conference and the City of Surprise will serve as hosts.

Regional brackets

Atlantic Region

1. Bluefield St. (15-2)

2. Mercyhurst (16-2) AQ

3. West Va. Wesleyan (17-3) AQ

4. Fairmont St. (13-10)

5. Edinboro (10-9)

6. Charleston (WV) (14-8)

Central Region

1. Southwest Baptist (18-2) AQ

2. Washburn (12-5)

3. Neb.-Kearney (15-5)

4. Southeastern Okla. (11-6)

East Region

1. Concordia (NY) (15-4) AQ

2. Queens (NY) (18-5) AQ

3. NYIT (11-2)

4. Southern N.H. (15-6) AQ

5. Merrimack (13-9)

6. Le Moyne (13-5)

Midwest Region

1. UIndy (22-2) AQ

2. Drury (18-4)

3. Ferris St. (20-2) AQ

4. Lewis (12-10)

5. Wayne St. (MI) (14-11)

6. Northwood (16-4)

7. Grand Valley St. (15-8)

8. Mo.-St. Louis (12-4)

South Region

1. Barry (20-2) AQ

2. Saint Leo (21-1)

3. Lynn (15-6)

4. Valdosta St. (18-3) AQ

5. West Florida (23-3)

6. Embry-Riddle (FL) (12-9)

7. Palm Beach Atl. (15-9)

8. Benedict (14-8) AQ

Southeast Region

1. Columbus St. (22-3) AQ

2. Lander (20-3)

3. Flagler (18-7)

4. S.C. Aiken (16-6)

5. Wingate (19-5) AQ

6. Queens (NC) (13-4)

7. Georgia College (11-10)

8. Chowan (15-7) AQ

South Central Region

1. Midwestern St. (18-4)

2. St. Edward’s (19-7) AQ

3. St. Mary’s (TX) (13-6)

4. MSU Denver (12-8)

West Region

1. Azusa Pacific (25-2) AQ

2. Hawaii Hilo (16-2)

3. Point Loma (14-9)

4. UC San Diego (9-8)

The complete 2018 NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Championship bracket is available online at ncaa.com. Listed below is the selection criteria links for each region.

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