Best/Great College Tennis Facilities?

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  1. chicubs

    chicubs Rookie

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    Just curious, but which D1 college tennis team do you think/have heard has the best tennis facilities? ...Kind of a random question, but I would really kind of like to know. I know of a couple obvious schools with great tennis facilities like Stanford and Georgia but what other smaller D1 tennis schools have great facilities? Thanks.
     
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  2. atatu

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    Texas Christian has some awesome facilities, indoors and out !
     
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  3. chicubs

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    How about anyone not in the top 50 :p ?
     
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  4. lemurballs

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    Baylor has an incredible facility.
     
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    I'll second Baylor's facility. It's one of the nicest in the nation. Texas A&M also has a nice one (Hate to admit that, since I'm a Longhorn grad). UCLA's is pretty sweet, too. The view at Pepperdine was pretty cool, too.
     
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  7. paulfreda

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    Stanford's facility is top notch.
    They will hold the 2006 Men's and Women's NCAA Championships next year simultaneously.
    Great viewing stadium and 13 main lighted courts with numerous other courts on campus for bigger events like the one next year.
     
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