The 2014 Spring season saw three men's tennis teams add to their trophy cases. Southern California was back on top of Division I for the fifth time in six years after a one year absence. West Florida took home its third championship while Amherst won its second in program history. Take a look back at all three with videos and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.
Southern California tops Oklahoma for 21st title in program history
Southern California captured the university’s 100th NCAA championship on familiar ground, sticking to their guns as the top seed for a 4-2 comeback win against No. 2 seed Oklahoma in Athens, Ga. ... Read More
West Florida notches title win in battle of unbeatens
West Florida entered the NCAA Division II championships with a No. 1 national ranking and the favorite to win its third national championship. The Argonauts lived up to their billing and defeated Hawaii Pacific 5-3 in the national championship match at Sanlando Park. ... Read More
Amherst takes down Claremont-M-S for national title
For the second time in program history, fourth-ranked Amherst laid claim to the national championship, defeating top-ranked Claremont-M-S at the Biszantz Family Tennis Center 5-3. ... Read More