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How the USTA Top 25

Works 

<h2>How the USTA Top 25</h2>
<h1>Works </h1>
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The Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 promotes the best men's and women's NCAA Division I teams in the country each week.

 

What Happens Each Week? 

Every Monday, the USTA provides voters with results from the previous week, and all D-I teams are eligible to receive votes. Voters then submit their ballots on Tuesday, with the USTA ultimately announcing that week's rankings on Wednesday at approximately 10 a.m. These rankings can be accessed on USTA.com and on the USTA's social media channels.

 

How Long Do the Rankings Run?

The first rankings come out after the ITA Kick-Off Weekend in January, and new rankings are announced every week during the regular season. The last polls come out one day after the NCAA Championships in May, and the men's and women's champion are automatically listed as the No. ADVERTISEMENT 1 team in the country. 

 

What is the Points System?

On each ballot, a total of 25 points is awarded for the team in first place on a respective ballot, 24 points for second place and down to one point for the 25th-place team. For control, the highest and lowest ranking for each team from all of the ballots is removed, and the points are then totaled. The team with the most points is ranked No. 1, second-most points is ranked No. 2, and so on. Teams slightly outside of the Top 25 are listed as receiving votes.

 

Who are the Voters? 

Casey Angle - Former ITA Director of Championships

Jordan Bishop - Stillwater News Press

Virgil Christian - USTA

Richard Croome - The Bryan-College Station Eagle

Sonny Dearth - Daily Press, Newport News

Judy Dixon - Former UMass Head Coach

David Fish - Universal Tennis Ratings

Granger Huntress - Texas College Tennis

Andy Katz - NCAA.com

Bobby Knight - College Tennis Today

Brandon Moglen - Tennis Channel

Peter Smith - Former USC Head Coach

Lisa Stone - Parenting Aces

Caitlin Thompson - Racquet Mag 

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