NCAA Men's Division III Tennis Championship

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NCAA Men's Division III Tennis Championship
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Sport College tennis
Founded 1976
Country United States
Most recent champion(s) Team: Amherst (2)
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division III 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 III. Team, individual, and doubles championships are awarded each year.

The championship first began in 1976 after the NCAA divided its membership into its current three-division system in 1973–74. The national championship rounds are contested annually in May.[1]

Champions[edit]

Singles, Doubles, and Team (Points) Championships (1976–1982)[edit]

NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Championships
Year Site
Host
Team Championship Singles Champion Doubles Champions
Champion(s) Points Runner(s)-up Points
1976 Jackson, MS Kalamazoo 18 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 15 John Blomberg
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
Larry Davidson / John Irwin
(Swarthmore)
1977 Swarthmore 15 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 12 A.J. Shaka
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
Ben Johns / Stewart Jackson
(Washington & Lee)
1978 Delaware, OH Kalamazoo 20 Washington & Lee 12 Chris Bussert
(Kalamazoo)
Chris Bussert / Jim Hosner
(Kalamazoo)
1979 Jackson, MS Redlands 17 Gustavus Adolphus 13 Mark Tappan
(Redlands)
Mike Capelouto / Ken Whitmer
(Redlands)
1980 Claremont, CA Gustavus Adolphus 14 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 13 Chris Burns
(Kalamazoo)
John Mattke / Paul Holbach
(Gustavus Adolphus)
1981 Salisbury, MD Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Swarthmore
9 Donovan Jones
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
Jim Hearn / Shaun Miller
(Gustavus Adolphus)
1982 Kalamazoo, MI Gustavus Adolphus 19 Kalamazoo 14 Shaun Miller
(Gustavus Adolphus)
Shaun Miller / Rich Skanse
(Gustavus Adolphus)

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

NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Championship
Year Site / Host Team Championship Singles Champion Doubles Champions
Champion Score Runner-up
1983 Albany, NY Redlands 5–4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Erik Michelsen
(Redlands)
Larry Davidson / John Irwin
(Rochester)
1984 Atlanta, GA Redlands 7–2 Gustavus Adolphus Scott Moore
(Redlands)
Eugene Jones / Dan Beers
(UC San Diego)
1985 Lexington, VA Swarthmore 5–4 Kalamazoo Toby Clark
(Principia)
Jeff Krieger / Shep Davidson
(Swarthmore)
1986 Claremont, CA Kalamazoo 6–3 Washington & Lee Tim Corwin
(Kalamazoo)
Jim Burda / Alex Palladino
(Kalamazoo)
1987 Salisbury, MD Kalamazoo 6–3 Washington & Lee Toby Clark
(Principia)
1988 Lexington, VA Washington & Lee 5–4 UC Santa Cruz Noel Occomy
(Brandeis)
Lance Au / Frank Hinman
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
1989 Kalamazoo, MI UC Santa Cruz 5–4 Swarthmore John Morris
(Washington & Lee)
John Morris / Robert Matthews
(Washington & Lee)
1990 Swarthmore, PA Swarthmore 5–1 UC Santa Cruz Larry Gewer
(Washington College)
John Morris / Bill Meadows
(Washington & Lee)
1991 Claremont, CA Kalamazoo 7–2 UC Santa Cruz Lewis Miller
(Kalamazoo)
Dave Jussila / Ryan Skanse
(Gustavus Adolphus)
1992 Atlanta, GA Kalamazoo 5–1 UC Santa Cruz Ryan McKee / Chris Noyes
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
1993 Kalamazoo, MI Kalamazoo 5–2 UC Santa Cruz Ryan McKees
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
Tim Cooley / Ryan McKee
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
1994 Redlands, CA Washington College 5–4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Seth Denawetz
(Kalamazoo)
Ron Ward / Jonathan Harper
(UC Santa Cruz)
1995 Kalamazoo, MI UC Santa Cruz 4–1 Washington College Damian Polla
(Washington College)
Todd Born / John Weston
(Redlands)
1996 Atlanta, GA UC Santa Cruz 4–2 Emory Mark Ellis
(Cal Lutheran)
Josh Vining / Jonathan Harper
(UC Santa Cruz)
1997 Lexington, VA Washington College 4–2 Kalamazoo Damian Polla
(Washington College)
Mark Ellis / Jenia Karimov
(Cal Lutheran)
1998 Williamstown, MA UC Santa Cruz 4–2 Williams David Weisman
(Babson)
Brian Cummings / Thomas Oechel
(UC Santa Cruz)
1999 Claremont, CA Williams 4–1 Kalamazoo Thomas Oechel
(UC Santa Cruz)
2000 Kalamazoo, MI Trinity (TX) 4–3 Gustavus Adolphus Kayvon Fatahalian
(Carnegie Mellon)
Peter Gladkin / Thomas Oechel
(UC Santa Cruz)
2001 Greencastle, IN Williams 4–1 UC Santa Cruz Derek Fitzpatrick
(UC Santa Cruz)
Derek Fitzpatrick / Nick Cunningham
(UC Santa Cruz)
2002 Santa Cruz, CA Williams 4–3 Emory Josh Lefkowitz
(Williams)
John Michael Cham-A-Koon / Ivan Yeh
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
2003 St. Peter, MN Emory 4–0 Williams Eric Butorac
(Gustavus Adolphus)
Eric Butorac / Kevin Whipple
(Gustavus Adolphus)
2004 Lewiston, ME Middlebury 4–3 Williams Matt Seeberger
(UC Santa Cruz)
Dan Uyar / Paul Bristow
(Washington College)
2005 Santa Cruz, CA UC Santa Cruz 4–1 Middlebury Matt Seeberger / Matt Brunner
(UC Santa Cruz)
2006 Fredericksburg, VA Emory 4–1 Middlebury Will Boe-Wiegaard
(Bates)
Shane Templeman / Matt Seeberger
(UC Santa Cruz)
2007 St. Louis, MO UC Santa Cruz 5–1 Emory Matt Seeberger
(UC Santa Cruz)
Matt Seeberger / Max Ortiz
(UC Santa Cruz)
2008 Lewiston, ME Washington–St. Louis 5–3 Emory Michael Greenberg
(Kenyon)
Guillaume Schils / Larry Wang
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
2009 Claremont, CA UC Santa Cruz 5–0 Amherst Michael Goodwin
(Emory)
Amrit Ruspasinghe / Ben Stein
(Bates)
2010 Oberlin, OH Middlebury 5–1 Amherst John Watts
(Washington–St. Louis)
Brian Pybas / Marc Vartabedian
(UC Santa Cruz)
2011 Claremont, CA Amherst 5–2 Emory Chris Goodwin
(Emory)
Oscar Pena / Stephen Sullivan
(Bowdoin)
2012 Cary, NC Emory 5–2 Kenyon Dillon Pottish
(Emory)
Austin Chafetz / Luis Rattenhuber
(Amherst)
2013 Kalamazoo, MI Williams 5–2 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Adam Putterman
(Washington–St. Louis)
Elliot Kahler / Ian Wagner
(Emory)
2014 Claremont, CA Amherst 5–3 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Joey Fritz
(Amherst)
Eric Klawitter / Chris Krimbill
(Case Western)
2015 Mason, OH Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 5–0 Middlebury Warren Wood
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)
Warren Wood / Joe Dorn
(Claremont-Mudd-Scripps)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division III Men's Tennis Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved May 23, 2015. 

External links[edit]