NCAA Men's Division II Tennis Championship

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NCAA Men's Division II Tennis Championship
NCAA 2018 Division II Men's Tennis Championship logo.svg
Logo of the most recent iteration of the championship
SportCollege tennis
Founded1963
CountryUnited States
Most recent
champion(s)
Team: Barry (4th)
Official websiteNCAA.com

The NCAA Division II Men's Tennis Championship is an annual men's college tennis national collegiate championship sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for teams in Division II.

Unlike the championships for Division I and Division III, this tournament crowns only a team champion. Individual and doubles titles were contested from 1963 to 1994 before being discontinued.

Lander, with eight titles, is the most successful program.

The current champions are Barry, who won their fourth title in 2019.

History[edit]

The championship first began in 1963 as the NCAA College Division Men's Tennis Championship for smaller colleges and universities not in the larger University Division (the precursor to the current Division I). The tournament gained its current name when the NCAA introduced its three-division structure in 1973–74. The national championship rounds are contested annually in May.[1]

Champions[edit]

Singles, Doubles, and Team (Points) Championships (1963–1982)[edit]

NCAA Division II Men's Tennis Championships
(NCAA College Division Men's Tennis Championships, 1962–1973)
Year Site / Host Team Championship Singles Champion Doubles Champions
Champion(s) Points Runner(s)-up Points
1963
Details
Saint Louis, MO Cal State Los Angeles 9 Southern Illinois 7 Gil Rodriguez
(Cal State Los Angeles)
Gil Rodriguez / John Lee
(Cal State Los Angeles)
1964
Details
Greencastle, IN Cal State Los Angeles (2)
Southern Illinois
15 Gary Johnson
(Cal State LA)
Don Gaynor / Lee Reid
(UC Santa Barbara)
1965
Details
Los Angeles, CA Cal State Los Angeles (3) 20 Redlands 16 John Yeomans / Bill Schoen
(Redlands)
1966
Details
Sewanee, TN Rollins 17 Cal State Los Angeles
Long Beach State
12 George Dickinson
(UT–Chattanooga)
Fred Suessmann / Ken Stuart
(Long Beach State)
1967
Details
Chicago, IL Long Beach State 18 Lamar 14 Sherwood Stuart
(Lamar)
Fred Suessmann / Dennis Trout
(Long Beach State)
1968
Details
Fort Worth, TX Fresno State 19 Cal State Los Angeles 14 Bob Delgado
(Cal State Los Angeles)
Jim Powers / Gary Ogden
(Fresno State)
1969
Details
East Stroudsburg, PA Cal State Northridge 17 Northeast Missouri State 16 Steve Messmer
(Cal State Northridge)
Steve Messmer / George Benedict
(Cal State Northridge)
1970
Details
Hayward, CA UC Irvine 25 Cal Poly 12 Earl O’Neill
(UC Irvine)
Gregg Jablonski / Charles Nachand
(UC Irvine)
1971
Details
Greencastle, IN UC Irvine (2) 25 Rollins 22 Bob Chappell
(UC Irvine)
Ron Lague / John Lowman
(Rollins)
1972
Details
UC Irvine (3)
Rollins (2)
22 Kalamazoo Charlie Owens
(Samford)
John Lowman / Mike Strickland
(Rollins)
1973
Details
East Stroudsburg, PA UC Irvine (4) 28 Cal Poly 17 Bob Chappell
(UC Irvine)
Bob Chappell / Glenn Cripe
(UC Irvine)
1974
Details
Irvine, CA San Diego 25 UC Irvine 20 Andy Rae
(San Diego)
Andy Rae / Russell Watts
(San Diego)
1975
Details
UC Irvine (5)
San Diego (2)
22 CSU–Pueblo Scott Carnahan / Bob Wright
(UC Irvine)
1976
Details
Maryville, MO Hampton 23 UC Irvine 18 Tim Monroe
(UC Davis)
Roger de Santis Guedes /
Bruce Foxworth
(Hampton)
1977
Details
San Diego, CA UC Irvine (6) 20 SIU Edwardsville 15 Juan Farrow
(SIU Edwardsville)
Jeff Williams / Curt Stalder
(UC Irvine)
1978
Details
SIU Edwardsville 14 Hampton 12 Par Svensson / Rick Goldberg
(San Diego)
1979
Details
Little Rock, AR SIU Edwardsville (2) 21 San Diego 15 Arjun Fernando
(SIU Edwardsville)
Juan Farrow / Arjun Fernando
(SIU Edwardsville)
1980
Details
Edwardsville, IL SIU Edwardsville (3) 24 Nicholls State 12 Juan Farrow
(SIU Edwardsville)
Juan Farrow / Hugo Nunez
(SIU Edwardsville)
1981
Details
Little Rock, AR SIU Edwardsville (4) 22 Rollins
Southwest Texas State
12 Ken Flach
(SIU Edwardsville)
Brian Lusson / Bart Bernstein
(Southwest Texas State)
1982
Details
Miami, FL SIU Edwardsville (5) 22 Cal State Bakersfield 13 Ken Flach / Doug Burke
(SIU Edwardsville)

Singles, Doubles, and Team (Bracket) Championships (1983–1994)[edit]

NCAA Division II Men's Tennis Championships
Year Site Team Championship Singles Champion Doubles Champions
Champion Score Runner-up
1983
Details
San Marcos, TX SIU Edwardsville (6) 5–4 Southwest Texas State Ken Flach
(SIU Edwardsville)
Ken Flach / Robert Seguso
(SIU Edwardsville)
1984
Details
SIU Edwardsville (7) 5–4 Southwest Texas State Steve Riza
(Stephen F. Austin)
Johan Sjogren / Dave Delseni
(SIU Edwardsville)
1985
Details
Northridge, CA Chapman 5–4 Hampton Brian Talgo
(Rollins)
Tom Goles / Chris Langford
(Stephen F. Austin)
1986
Details
Cal Poly 5–4 Chapman Neil Smith
(Stephen F. Austin)
Paul Landry / Bob Zoller
(Cal Poly)
1987
Details
Chapman (2) 5–1 Hampton Pat Emmet
(Rollins)
Paul Wekesa / Barry Hancock
(Chapman)
1988
Details
Rohnert Park, CA Chapman (3) 5–2 Hampton Miles Walker
(Chapman)
Robert Green / Barry Pelts
(Rollins)
1989
Details
Bolivar, MO Hampton (2) 5–1 Cal Poly Mark Billone
(Bloomsburg)
Aga Soemarno / Kurt Hammerschmidt
(Ferris State)
1990
Details
Edwardsville, IL Cal Poly (2) 5–4 UC Davis Luciano D’Andrea
(UT Martin)
Luciano D’Andrea / Vesa Ponkka
(UT Martin)
1991
Details
Edmond, OK Rollins (3) 5–3 Cal Poly Pradeep Raman
(Armstrong Atlantic)
Mark Segesta / Dave Allen
(UC Davis)
1992
Details
UC Davis 5–1 Hampton Philipp Schertel
(Armstrong Atlantic)
Steve Summer / Jeff McCann
(UC Davis)
1993
Details
Lander 5–2 Hampton Mark Segesta
(UC Davis)
Steve Kobold / Oscar Mancisidor
(Cal Poly Pomona)
1994
Details
Bolivar, MO Lander (2) 5–3 Hampton Roberto Cavalcante
(Hampton)
Lee Holyoak / Brett Simpson
(Lander)

Team Championship Only (1995–present)[edit]

NCAA Division II Men's Tennis Championship
Year Site Team Championship
Champion Score Runner-up
1995
Details
Davis, CA Lander (3) 4–2 North Florida
1996
Details
Edmond, OK Lander (4) 4–1 Rollins
1997
Details
Springfield, MO Lander (5) 5–1 West Florida
1998
Details
Lander (6) 5–1 Barry
1999
Details
Pensacola, FL Lander (7) 5–1 Barry
2000
Details
Lander (8) 5–2 Hawaii Pacific
2001
Details
Rollins (4) 5–0 Hawaii Pacific
2002
Details
Kansas City, MO BYU–Hawaii 5–4 Drury
2003
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL BYU–Hawaii (2) 5–4 Hawaii Pacific
2004
Details
West Florida 5–2 Valdosta State
2005
Details
West Florida (2) 5–0 North Florida
2006
Details
Kansas City, MO Valdosta State 5–2 Lynn
2007
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL Lynn 5–1 Valdosta State
2008
Details
Houston, TX Armstrong Atlantic 5–0 Barry
2009
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL Armstrong Atlantic (2) 5–4 Barry
2010
Details
Barry 5–4 Valdosta State
2011
Details
Valdosta State (2) 5–2 Barry
2012
Details
Louisville, KY Armstrong Atlantic (3) 5–0 West Florida
2013
Details
Surprise, AZ Barry (2) 5–4 Armstrong Atlantic
2014
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL West Florida (3) 5–3 Hawaii Pacific
2015
Details
Surprise, AZ Barry (3) 5-3 Hawaii Pacific
2016
Details
Denver, CO Hawaii Pacific 5-3 Saint Leo
2017
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL West Florida (4) 5–2 Barry
2018
Details
Surprise, AZ Columbus State 5–4 Barry
2019
Details
Altamonte Springs, FL Barry (4) 4–3 Columbus State

Champions[edit]

Team titles[edit]

Rank Team Titles
1 Lander 8
2 SIU Edwardsville 7
3 UC Irvine 6
4 Barry
West Florida
4
5 Armstrong State
Cal State Los Angeles
Chapman
Hampton
Rollins
3
6 BYU–Hawaii
Cal Poly–San Luis Obispo
San Diego
Valdosta State
2
7 Cal State Northridge
Columbus State
Fresno State
Hawaii Pacific
Long Beach State
Lynn
SIU Carbondale
UC Davis
1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division II Men's Tennis Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved May 21, 2015.

External links[edit]