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USTA College Tennis

Top 25: March 8, 2017 

March 8, 2017
<h1>USTA College Tennis</h1>
<h2>Top 25: March 8, 2017&nbsp;</h2>
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The biggest movers in this week's USTA College Tennis Top 25 were, of course, the teams who scored the biggest victories: the Texas A&M men and the USC women.

 

The Aggies leapfrogged from No. 23 to No. 16 in the men's poll by winning back-to-back matches on the road against ranked teams. A&M beat Florida, 4-3, in Gainesville on Friday in a match clinched by junior Jordi Arconada, a product of the renowned Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, Md., and stretched its win streak to six matches with a 5-2 victory over South Carolina in Columbia on Sunday.

 

The Trojans, meanwhile, came from 2-1 down to claim a signature win at home on Friday over former No. 9 Michigan, 5-2. As a result, USC jumped from No. 23 to No. 15. Texas Tech, meanwhile, rode its consecutive 4-0 triumphs over TCU and Rice to bump up into the Top 10, at No. ADVERTISEMENT 8 this week.

 

Each team's point total is the sum of its ranking points from the USTA's panel of eight voters (listed below). Each voter ranked 25 teams from Nos. 1 to 25, with the first-place team receiving 25 points and the last-place team receiving one. For control, the highest and lowest outlying ranking for each team on the ballot was removed. Therefore, the maximum number of points a team can receive is 150. First-place votes were not tallied.

 

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USTA College Top 25 - Men
Rank (Last Week)
1. (1) Virginia – 150
2. (2) Ohio State – 144
3. (3) Wake Forest – 137
4. (4) North Carolina – 132
5. (5) California – 125
6. (7) Texas – 116
7. (6) Oklahoma – 115
8. (10) Oklahoma State – 106
9. (8) UCLA – 105       
10. (11) USC – 100
T11. (12) Baylor – 88
T11. (9) Florida – 88
13. (T14) Georgia – 80
14. (T14) Kentucky – 65
15. (13) Michigan – 64
16. (23) Texas A&M – 63
17. (16) Mississippi State – 54
18. (17) Illinois – 41   
T19. (20) Georgia Tech – 21
T19. (18) Northwestern – 31
21. (21) Columbia – 29
22. (19) Vanderbilt – 24
23. (22) Tulane – 18
24. (24) Notre Dame – 14
25. (25) South Carolina – 8 

 

*Receiving Votes: Duke 1, TCU 1
Dropped Out: None

 

USTA College Top 25 - Women
Rank (Last Week)
1. (1) Florida – 150
2. (2) North Carolina – 144
3. (3) Ohio State – 138
4. (4) Stanford – 132
5. (5) Oklahoma State – 124
6. (7) Auburn – 118
7. (6) California – 115
8. (11) Texas Tech – 102
9. (10) Georgia Tech – 101
10. (13) Vanderbilt – 93
11. (8) Georgia – 90
12. (12) Pepperdine – 86
13. (9) Michigan – 81
14. (18) Baylor – 68
15. (23) USC – 62
16. (14) Arizona State – 58
17. (16) UCLA – 56
18. (15) Duke – 52
19. (17) Mississippi – 40
20. (22) Texas – 33
21. (20) South Carolina – 27
22. (19) Texas A&M – 25
23. (T25) Kentucky – 16
24. (21) Tennessee – 12
25. (24) TCU – 8
 

**Receiving Votes: LSU 7, Mississippi State 6, Rice 6, Notre Dame 4, Miami (Fla.) 2
Dropped Out: Mississippi State


Voting Panel: Casey Angle (former ITA championships director), Virgil Christian (USTA College Tennis), Granger Huntress (Texas College Tennis), Bobby Knight (College Tennis Today), Dallas Oliver (Tennis Recruiting Network), Mike Patrick (former University of Tennessee women’s coach), Lisa Stone (Parenting Aces) and Bruce Waschuk (Universal Tennis Rating).

 

(Photo courtesy of Ohio State)

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