COLLEGE TENNIS CHAMPIONS FOR 2014: MEN

Here’s one last round of congratulations for the 2014 college tennis champions in the divisions covered here at Balladeer’s Blog.

georgia gwinnettNAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)

National Champions – GEORGIA GWINNETT COLLEGE GRIZZLIES (in both men’s AND women’s)

Runners-Up – EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY EAGLES

2013 Champions – EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY EAGLES  

azusa pacificNCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association)

National Champions – AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY COUGARS

Runners-Up – MCMURRY UNIVERSITY WARHAWKS

2013 Champions – AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY COUGARS

west florida argonautsNCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) DIVISION TWO

National Champions – UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA ARGONAUTS (29-0 this year)

Runners-Up – HAWAII PACIFIC UNIVERSITY SEA WARRIORS

2013 Champions – BARRY UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS

Amherst Lord Jeffs logoNCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) DIVISION THREE

National Champions – AMHERST COLLEGE LORD JEFFS

Runners-Up – CLAREMONT-MUDD- SCRIPPS COLLEGE STAGS

2013 Champions – WILLIAMS COLLEGE EPHS (“Eephs”)

 NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) DIVISION ONE

National Champions – ASA COLLEGE AVENGERS (in men’s AND women’s)

Runners-Up – TYLER COLLEGE APACHES

2013 Champions – TYLER COLLEGE APACHES

Nassau College LionsNJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) DIVISION THREE (no Division Two tennis)

National Champions – NASSAU COLLEGE LIONS

Runners-Up – GLOUCESTER COLLEGE ROADRUNNERS

2013 Champions – GLOUCESTER COLLEGE ROADRUNNERS

Fresno CIty College Rams logoCCCAA (California Community College Athletic Association)

Overall Champions – FRESNO CITY COLLEGE RAMS (3rd year in a row) 

Runners-Up – VENTURA COLLEGE PIRATES

2013 Champions – FRESNO CITY COLLEGE RAMS 

6 Comments

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6 responses to “COLLEGE TENNIS CHAMPIONS FOR 2014: MEN

  1. Great student athletes!

  2. Maybe mens tennis will get popular again someday!

  3. Jed

    Some really obscure teams here dude.

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