Men's & Women's Tennis To Host First And Second Rounds Of 2001 NCAA Championships

Women's Bracket/Men's Bracket

May 3, 2001

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Stanford University and the Taube Family Tennis Stadium have been selected as host sites for both the men's and women's 2001 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships as announced on Thursday by the Men's and Women's Tennis Subcommittees.

Sixteen First and Second Rround sites will be conducted May 12-13, with the winner of each site advancing to the team championship. The women will be competing at Georgia State in Stone Mountain from May 17-20. For the men, the national title will be determined at the University of Georgia in Athens and takes place from May 19-22. The selection of the teams and individuals for the championships is based on won-lost record, strength of schedule, and eligibility and availability of student-athletes.

The Stanford women (24-0) earned the top seed and will face Boston University (11-7) in the First Round. The winner of that match will play the winner of the LSU (14-9)-Mississippi (9-12) match.

The Cardinal men (21-1) are the No. 1 seed as well and are scheduled to play Pacific (14-10). The winner of the Stanford-Pacific match will advance to face the winner of Oklahoma State (15-8) and Pepperdine (17-7).

In the 2000 championship, the Stanford men defeated Virginia Commonwealth University 4-0. The Cardinal women fell just short, losing to Georgia 5-4.

Sixteen First and Second Rround sites will be conducted May 12-13, with the winner of each site advancing to the team championship. The women will be competing at Georgia State in Stone Mountain from May 17-20. For the men, the national title will be determined at the University of Georgia in Athens and takes place from May 19-22. The selection of the teams and individuals for the championships is based on won-lost record, strength of schedule, and eligibility and availability of student-athletes.

The Stanford women (24-0) earned the top seed and will face Boston University (11-7) in the First Round. The winner of that match will play the winner of the LSU (14-9)-Mississippi (9-12) match.

The Cardinal men (21-1) are the No. 1 seed as well and are scheduled to play Pacific (14-10). The winner of the Stanford-Pacific match will advance to face the winner of Oklahoma State (15-8) and Pepperdine (17-7).

In the 2000 championship, the Stanford men defeated Virginia Commonwealth University 4-0. The Cardinal women fell just short, losing to Georgia 5-4.

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