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USTA/Tennis Channel College

Top 25: March 11, 2020

Sally Milano  |  March 11, 2020
<h1>USTA/Tennis Channel College</h1>
<h2>Top 25: March 11, 2020</h2>
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The UCLA women remained at No. 2 in Week 7 of the Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25, after defeating No. 3 Stanford, 4-1, in a rain-delayed conference match Saturday. It was a big win for the Bruins, who snapped the Cardinal's regular-season Pac-12 winning streak at 38 and earned their first win at Stanford since 2014.


Pepperdine was the only team in the Top 10 to move in this week's women's poll, climbing from No. 8 to a tie at No. 7 with Ohio State. The Waves went 2-0 over the weekend, with victories over UC Santa Barbara and No. 16 Michigan.


On the men's side, Wake Forest moved from No. 5 to a season-high ranking of No. 3, taking advantage of losses by the University of Florida and Ohio State University.

 

Oklahoma State made the biggest jump in the men's poll, rising four spots from No. ADVERTISEMENT 21 to No. 17, where they are now tied with UCF.


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Each team's point total, specified below, is the sum of its ranking points from the USTA's panel of 14 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. First-place votes were not tallied. One voter was unable to participate this week, making the 275 the maximum points a team can earn.


The weekly rankings will rate the Top 25 men’s and women’s teams in NCAA Division I and will be released each Wednesday on Tennis Channel’s and the USTA’s platforms, including the USTA’s new Top 25 home page, through the conclusion of the NCAA Championship.


The full voting panel includes: Casey Angle (former Intercollegiate Tennis Association Director of Championships); Jordan Bishop (The News Press; Stillwater, Okla.); Virgil Christian (USTA); Richard Croome (The Eagle; Bryan, Texas); Sonny Dearth (Daily Press; Newport News, Va.); Judy Dixon (former UMass women’s 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 men’s head coach); Lisa Stone (Parenting Aces) and Caitlin Thompson (Racquet Magazine).


Men
Rank (Last Week) – Points
1. (1) USC – 275  
2. (2) North Carolina – 264
3. (5) Wake Forest – 236
4. (3) Florida – 233
5. (6) Michigan – 224
6. (4) Ohio State – 219
7. (7) Texas – 218
8. (8) Texas A&M – 210
9. (9) TCU – 181
10. (10) Georgia – 173
11. (13) Stanford – 161
12. (11) Baylor – 160
13. (12) NC State – 144
14. (14) Columbia – 136
15. (15) UCLA – 120
16. (17) Tennessee – 110
T17. (21) Oklahoma State – 83
T17. (20) UCF – 83
19. (18) South Carolina – 81
20. (19) Duke – 73
21. (16) California – 58
22. (24) Virginia – 34
23. (T22) Oklahoma – 24
24. (T22) Mississippi – 20
25. (NR) Miami (Fla.) – 17
Receiving Votes: Pepperdine 11, Florida State 8, Harvard 3, Kentucky 1
Dropped Out: Florida State (25)


Women
Rank (Last Week) – Points
1. (1) North Carolina – 275
2. (2) UCLA – 264
3. (3) Stanford – 249
4. (4) Duke – 241
5. (5) Georgia – 232
6. (6) NC State – 216
T7. (7) Ohio State – 199
T7. (8) Pepperdine – 199
9. (9) Florida State – 185
10. (10) Oklahoma State – 180
11. (11) Texas – 167
12. (13) Georgia Tech – 136
13. (12) Virginia – 135
14. (15) Princeton – 132
15. (16) Vanderbilt – 118
16. (14) Michigan – 111
17. (17) UCF – 102
T18. (T21) California – 66
T18. (19) Wake Forest – 66
20. (T21) South Carolina – 62
21. (20) Miami (Fla.) – 54
22. (23) Arizona State – 45
23. (18) Tennessee – 37
24. (24) LSU – 19
25. (25) Texas A&M – 18
Receiving Votes: Baylor 12, Florida 9, Old Dominion 7, Kansas 5, Oklahoma 2, Washington 2
Dropped Out: None


Note: The ITA men's and women's Top 25 polls are available here.
 

In addition to the polls above, each week this space will highlight the former and current American collegians in the ATP's and WTA's Top 300. The below reflects the rankings released on March 9, with current college players in bold.


ATP
No. 21 John Isner (Georgia)
No. 55 Tennys Sandgren (Tennessee)
No. 63 Steve Johnson (USC)
No. 102 Marcos Giron (UCLA)
No. 126 Bradley Klahn (Stanford)
No. 144 JJ Wolf (Ohio State)
No. 164 Maxime Cressy (UCLA)
No. 182 Thai-Son Kwiatkowski (Virginia)
No. 218 Brandon Nakashima (Virginia)
No. 224 Noah Rubin (Wake Forest)
No. 236 Chris Eubanks (Georgia Tech)
No. 271 Mackenzie McDonald (UCLA)
No. 275 JC Aragone (Virginia)
No. 284 Kevin King (Georgia Tech)
No. 285 Jenson Brooksby (Baylor)

 

WTA
No. 48 Jennifer Brady (UCLA)
No. 51 Danielle Collins (Virginia)
No. 96 Kristie Ahn (Stanford)
No. 128 Francesca Di Lorenzo (Ohio State)
No. 148 Nicole Gibbs (Stanford)
No. 196 Robin Anderson (UCLA)
No. 202 Danielle Lao (USC)
No. 259 Catherine Harrison (UCLA)
No. 277 Jamie Loeb (UNC)

 

(Photo credit: Jeff Golden/Pepperdine)

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