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NCAA Unveils Division II Championship Brackets

Can the Barry University dynasties keep rolling?

The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Tennis Committee this week selected the 96 teams that will be participating in the 2024 NCAA Division II Championships.

Preliminary rounds for the women will be played May 10-11 at 16 regional sites and May 13-14 for the men at 16 regional sites. The winning team from each women’s site will advance to the finals, May 20-24, in Orlando, Florida. The men’s finals are May 21-25 at the same site. Rollins College and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission will serve as hosts.

The Barry women are attempting to win their seventh straight national title. The Barry men are attempting to win their fifth straight. The Barry women are the top seed in the South Region, but the Barry men are the No. 4 seed in the region this year behind Rollins, Saint Leo and Valdosta State.

In the women’s draw, the No. 1 seeds in the regions are as follows:

Atlantic: Charleston (West Virginia)

Central: Nebraska-Kearney

East: Queens (New York)

Midwest: UIndy

South Central: Midwestern State

South: Barry

Southeast: North Georgia

West: Academy of Art

In the men’s draw, the No. 1 seeds in the regions are as follows:

Atlantic: Charleston (West Virginia)

Central: Washburn

East: Queens (New York)

Midwest: UIndy

South Central: The University of Texas at Tyler

South: Valdosta State

Southeast: Flagler

West: Azusa Pacific


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