Coming Soon... May Madness Bracket Challenge
by Dallas Oliver, 26 April 2014
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When it comes to NCAA championships, March is passé. In the world of college tennis, it's all about May - May Madness.
This coming Tuesday evening at 5pm, you can view the selection show for the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Tennis Championships on NCAA.com
. The fields of 64 will be announced, and the national brackets will be unveiled.
A few hours later, you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge of the game at The Tennis Recruiting Network in our third annual May Madness Bracket Challenge, presented by Tennis Warehouse.
This is your chance to show how well you know college tennis - or perhaps it's just your chance to make selections based on team mascots. Either way, with the right combination of skill and luck, you can earn bragging rights by being first among your friends - or first across the nation!
But there is more than bragging rights on the line. Peruse the brackets and make your picks - and you could earn great prizes from our contest sponsors:
Our winners will also receive complimentary months - or years - of premium Recruiting Advantage service from TennisRecruiting.net.
So enjoy your weekend. Then, starting Tuesday evening, watch the selection show, peruse the brackets, and be ready to make your picks. The teams are ready... are you?
The May Madness Bracket Challenge, presented by Tennis Warehouse. Coming soon to your friendly neighborhood junior tennis website.
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