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NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part II
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Today is the day. The top NCAA Division I men's and women's college tennis programs face off in first-round action across the country, with all teams trying to punch their ticket to the Taube Tennis Center in Stanford, California with a spot in the Sweet 16. Check out insights from our college tennis contributors - and see who they pick as darkhorses. Those later rounds of the tournament take place May 19-24, with the men's and women's champions crowned on May 24th.

You can see the NCAA Division I Championship brackets here (men, women). The D2 championships (men, women) are underway in Altamonte Springs, Fla., while the D3 tournament (men, women) starts today as well. The NAIA championships (men, women) start this coming Tuesday, May 17th in Mobile, Ala.

This past Monday, our college tennis contributors took a look at the end of the regular season and venues of interest. Today, they return to comment on these regional rounds - and the teams that have a shot to go all the way.

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