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NCAA.com | April 25, 2017

NCAA Division II Tennis Committee releases final DII women’s tennis rankings

DII Women's Tennis: 2017 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Tennis Committee has released its final NCAA Division II women’s tennis rankings of the 2016-17 academic year. The top teams in each region are listed below and will be advancing to the preliminary rounds of the 2017 NCAA Division II Women’s Tennis Championship.

Atlantic Region

1.  Indiana (PA)                                  (18-5)              AQ
2.  Mercyhurst                                   (17-2)             
3.  Charleston (WV)                           (18-3)              AQ
4.  West Virginia St.                           (12-9)
5.  Edinboro                                       (11-6)
6.  West Chester                                (13-3)
7.  Shaw                                             (21-2)              AQ

Central Region

1.  Northeastern St.                             (18-5)              AQ
2.  Southeastern Okla.                         (14-2)              AQ
3.  Southwest Baptist                          (18-3)
4.  Central Okla.                                   (12-8)
5.  Neb.-Kearney                                  (13-11)
6.  Washburn                                        (13-8)
7.  Augustana (SD)                               (16-4)              AQ

East Region

1.  NYIT                                              (15-0)              AQ
2.  Queens (NY)                                  (13-3)
3.  Goldey-Beacom                            (13-3)              AQ
4.  Adelphi                                          (13-6)              AQ
5.  Stonehill                                        (14-6)
6.  Southern N.H.                               (14-6)

Midwest Region

1.  UIndy                                             (17-3)              AQ
2.  Northwood                                    (20-2)              AQ
3.  Drury                                             (20-3)
4.  Tiffin                                              (19-3)
5.  Grand Valley St.                            (20-8)
6.  Mo.-St. Louis                                (14-2)
7.  Lewis                                             (16-7)

South Central Region

1.  St. Mary’s (TX)                             (17-2)
2.  Midwestern St.                            (18-4)              AQ
3.  Dallas Baptist                              (15-5)
4.  Tarleton St.                                  (12-10)

South Region

1.  Barry                                              (25-0)              AQ
2.  Lynn                                               (20-2)
3.  West Florida                                   (23-6)              AQ
4.  Valdosta St.                                    (16-6)
5.  Fla. Southern                                  (15-7)
6.  Benedict                                         (19-5)              AQ

Southeast Region

1.  Columbus St.                                 (22-2)              AQ
2.  Armstrong St.                                 (22-4)
3.  Flagler                                            (19-4)
4.  Francis Marion                               (13-8)
5.  North Georgia                                (20-6)
6.  Georgia College                             (12-10)
7.  Tusculum                                       (20-6)              AQ
8.  Mount Olive                                   (12-7)              AQ

West Region

1.  BYU-Hawaii                                  (27-0)              AQ
2.  Hawaii Pacific                               (13-5)
3.  Academy of Art                             (17-4)

Links to selection criteria data for each region are listed below.

Atlantic

South Central

Central

Southeast

East

South

Midwest

West

NCAA Division II men’s and women’s tennis championships information is available on NCAA.com.

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