tennis-men-d1 flag | August 7, 2014

Year in review

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 continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

USC wins the 2014 DI Men's Tennis Team Championship
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

Singles, Doubles Championship Recap Photos

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

Photos  Highlights

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

Photos  Highlights