Men's Tennis Achieves Highest ITA National Ranking in Program History

Men's Tennis Achieves Highest ITA National Ranking in Program History

The Southwestern University Pirates men's tennis team ended its season with the highest national ranking in program history, rising to No. 28 in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) rankings.

Southwestern finished its season with a 16-5 record, including a perfect 8-0 at home, advancing to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) championship match, losing to No. 13-ranked Trinity University.

Regionally, the Pirates ranked No. 7 in the West with Alexis Dimanche ranking No. 9 in singles and Hunter Bajoit at No. 24.  

Rank Team Prev. Rank
1 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 1
2 Univ. of Chicago 2
3 Emory University 3
4 Amherst College 7
5 Wesleyan University 5
6 Middlebury College 8
7 Washington University in St. Louis 6
8 Bowdoin College 4
9 Williams College 10
10 Brandeis University 9
11 Kenyon College 11
12 Case Western Reserve University 12
13 Trinity University (Texas) 13
14 Carnegie Mellon University 15
15 University of Mary Washington 16
16 Gustavus Adolphus College 17
17 Skidmore College 21
18 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 14
19 Tufts University 18
20 Univ. of the South 19
21 Univ. of Redlands 20
22 California Institute of Technology 25
23 North Carolina Wesleyan 22
24 Johns Hopkins University 23
25 Denison University 24
26 Whitman College 26
27 Kalamazoo College 28
28 Southwestern University (TX) 30
29 George Fox University 27
30 Swarthmore College 31
31 MIT 32
32 Stevens Institute of Technology NR
33 College of New Jersey 29
34 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 35
35 Hobart College 33
36 New York University NR
37 University of Rochester 34
38 Carleton College 38
39 California Lutheran University NR
40 Oberlin College 40