best college tennis team??

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  1. scraps234

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    what is the best college tennis team in your opinion? ne division


    sorry if this has been dicussed already in the other section but i dont see it in the new section.
     
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  2. kctennis1005

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    prob virginia from this year...next yr im thinking usc. vanthof is the only one graduating and they have a talented group of incoming freshman.
     
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  3. Aeropro master

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    Virginia... they have samdev davarmen who beat isner last year
     
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  4. kctennis1005

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    well somdev is graduating and one person does not make a team/
     
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  5. ndtennis

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    Yea agree. I will look to USC to be a strong team. UVA will still be good but not #1
     
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  6. TennisLover17

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    stanford is getting bradley klahn and ryan thacher
     
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  7. johnkidd

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    Well you'd have to say Georgia since they won it the last two years. As for next year. USC should be good along with Ohio State. As I said in the crazy Stanford thread they lose one player that played in the NCAA matches and he was only playing doubles.

    The usual teams just reload.
     
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  8. kctennis1005

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    usc is getting 5 rec ruits in the top 100 and 3 of those are in the top 25 nationally. pretty impressive.
     
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  9. Fedace

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    Next year, Stanford will be the ITA favorite to win the NCAA. We should get the realistic picture in the fall when the boys compete in the fall tournaments.
     
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  10. The Wreck

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    Georgia lost Helgeson and Flores, but you can never count them out. Schnugg is a beast.

    Of course, I may be biased being from Georgia and all...
     
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  11. duso

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    TJC they are the best out there
     
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  12. scraps234

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    thanks for the posts and info! @=)
     
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  13. jaggy

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    Ohio State will be good I think again but look for Indiana to keep moving up, top 20 team I predict.
     
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  14. tenniskid3119

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    2nd that. even though they are a Junior College. they are unbelieveable (sp?). i know one of the incoming freshman girls going there. I live close to it. its pretty exciting to watch them play. They are just as good as any D2 college, imo.
     
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  15. FreshStew

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    GCC is pretty good
     
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  16. Booyah

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    I choose stanford.
     
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  17. Leelord337

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    Rice Univ ftw!
     
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  18. Vermillion

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    Best team? Gotta be Baylor 08-09 season.

    Lukacs will make them pay! Vamos Osos!
     
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  19. baseliner

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    Gotta go with Georgia. With the Hope scholarship available to all in state students, they can spread teh 4.5 scholarships a little further. They may recruit too many foreign players to please some, but they always have some local talent to fill the gaps.
     
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  20. MEAC_ALLAMERICAN

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    Bull Dogs for life!!!

    My Alma Mater of course, South Carolina State. :D

    They might not be that strong in comparison to the bigger schools, but I have to stick with the spoon that fed me.
     
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