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2024 NCAA DI Men’s Tennis Championships: Squads, Brackets, Schedule

The 2024 NCAA DI Men’s Tennis Championship kicked off with team selections on Monday, April 29, with the 64-team field announced. The individual championship participants (singles and doubles) were then announced on April 30.

The championship starts from May 3 to 4 with the first and second rounds of the team competition. The final venue action includes the quarterfinals through the championship finals May 16-25 at the Greenwood Tennis Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The singles competition starting on May 20 and the doubles competition starting on May 21 will also take place at the final venue.

2024 DI Men’s Tennis Championships

Below you will find the match schedule, schedule and other information for the 2024 championship:

Interactive Team Bracket | Click here to view the Singles Bracket | Click here to view the double bracket

Championship schedule

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Team Championship Schedule


  • First round | Friday May 3
    Watch Friday’s games with extensive coverage Enter 1 | Enter 2 | Enter 3 | Live stats
    • Memphis 4North Carolina 3
    • State of Oklahoma 4Vanderbilt1
    • Michigan4Binghamton 0
    • State of Michigan 4Deventer 0
    • Middle Tennessee 4Georgia Tech 1
    • San Diego4, Baylor 1
    • Stanford4SMU 0
    • Chestnut brown 4, Peperdine 3
    • UCLA4LSU 3
    • (1) Ohio State 4, Cleveland is 0
    • (8) Columbia 4Quinnipiac 0
    • Alabama 4, Charlotte 1
    • Illinois 4, Toledo 1
    • VCU 4, Princeton2
    • South Carolina 4Old rule 1
    • UCF 4, Florida3
    • (12)Harvard4, Boston U. 0
    • (16) Mississippi State 4, State of Alabama 0
    • Arizona State 4, Georgia 3
    • (2)Texas4, Sacramento State 0
    • (7)Tennessee 4, ETSU 0
    • (11) Oklahoma4, UT Arlington 0
    • (9) Arizona4, Boise State 0
    • Cornell4, Arkansas 0
    • (3)Virginia 4, NJIT 0
    • (5)Kentucky4, DePaul 0
    • (10) State of Florida 4, North Florida 1
    • (13) Duke 4, UNC Asheville0
    • (14) NC State 4, UNC Wilmington0
    • (6) Wakebos 4, State of South Carolina 0
    • (4) TCU 4, UC Irvine 0
    • (15)Texas A&M 4, Rice 0
  • May 10 or 11: Superregionals
  • May 16: Quarter-finals
  • May 18: Semi-finals
  • May 19: Championship final

Singles/doubles championship schedule

  • May 20: Singles round of 64
  • May 21: Singles Round of 32; Doubles round of 32
  • May 22: Singles Round of 16; Doubles round of 16
  • May 23: Singles quarter-finals; Doubles quarter-finals
  • May 24: Singles semi-finals; Doubles semi-finals
  • May 25: National Singles Championship; Double National Championship.

April 29 — Rewatch the Selection Show

April 30 — Selection release individual (singles and doubles).

History of Championships

Virginia has won the last two Division I men’s tennis team titles and has a total of six in Virginia program history, which ranks third all-time. Southern California leads with 21 DI championship men’s tennis teams, with the last title win coming in 2012.

YEAR CHAMPION POINTS/SCORE SECOND PLACE HOST
2023 Virginia 4-0 State of Ohio UCF
2022 Virginia 4-0 Kentucky Illinois
2021 Florida 4-1 Baylor UCF
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
2019 Texas 4-1 Wake up forest UCF
2018 Wake up forest 4-2 State of Ohio Wake up forest
2017 Virginia 4-2 North Carolina Georgia
2016 Virginia 4-1 Oklahoma Tulsa
2015 Virginia 4-1 Oklahoma Baylor
2014 Southern California 4-2 Oklahoma Georgia
2013 Virginia 4-3 UCLA Illinois
2012 Southern California 4-2 Virginia Georgia
2011 Southern California 4-3 Virginia Stanford
2010 Southern California 4-2 Tennessee Georgia
2009 Southern California 4-1 Ohio St. Texas A&M
2008 Georgia 4-2 Texas Tulsa
2007 Georgia 4-0 Illinois Georgia
2006 Peperdine 4-2 Georgia Stanford
2005 UCLA 4-3 Baylor Texas A&M
2004 Baylor 4-0 UCLA Tulsa, Okla
2003 Illinois 4-3 Vanderbilt Georgia
2002 Southern California 4-1 Georgia Texas A&M
2001 Georgia 4-1 Tennessee Georgia
2000 Stanford 4-0 Va. Commonwealth Georgia
1999 Georgia 4-3 UCLA Georgia
1998 Stanford 4-0 Georgia Georgia
1997 Stanford 4-0 Georgia UCLA
1996 Stanford 4-1 UCLA Georgia
1995 Stanford 4-0 Mississippi Georgia
1994 Southern California 4-3 Stanford Notre Dame
1993 Southern California 5-3 Georgia Georgia
1992 Stanford 5-0 Notre Dame Georgia
1991 Southern California 5-2 Georgia Georgia
1990 Stanford 5-2 Tennessee Southern California
1989 Stanford 5-3 Georgia Georgia
1988 Stanford 5-2 LSU Georgia
1987 Georgia 5-1 UCLA Georgia
1986 Stanford 5-2 Peperdine Georgia
1985 Georgia 5-1 UCLA Georgia
1984 UCLA 5-4 Stanford Georgia
1983 Stanford 5-4 Southern Methodist Georgia
1982 UCLA 5-1 Peperdine Georgia
1981 Stanford 5-1 UCLA Georgia
1980 Stanford 5-3 California Georgia
1979 UCLA 5-3 Trinity (Tex.) Georgia
1978 Stanford 6-3 UCLA Georgia
1977 Stanford 5-4 Trinity (Tex.) Georgia
1976 Southern California, UCLA 21 Tex.-Pan American
1975 UCLA 27-20 Miami (Fla.) Tex.-Pan American
1974 Stanford 30-25 Southern California Southern California
1973 Stanford 33-28 Southern California Princeton
1972 Trinity (Tex.) 36-30 Stanford Georgia
1971 UCLA 35-27 Trinity (Tex.) Notre Dame
1970 UCLA 26-22 Trinity (Tex.), Rice Utah
1969 Southern California 35-23 UCLA Princeton
1968 Southern California 31-23 Rice Trinity (Tex.)
1967 Southern California 28-23 UCLA Southern Sick.
1966 Southern California 27-23 UCLA Miami (Fla.)
1965 UCLA 31-13 Miami (Fla.) UCLA
1964 Southern California 26-25 UCLA Michigan St.
1963 Southern California 27-19 UCLA Princeton
1962 Southern California 22-12 UCLA Stanford
1961 UCLA 17-16 Southern California Iowa St.
1960 UCLA 18-8 Southern California Washington
1959 Notre Dame, Tulane 8 Northwest
1958 Southern California 13-9 Stanford Navy
1957 Michigan 10-9 Tulan Utah
1956 UCLA 15-14 Southern California Kalamazoo
1955 Southern California 12-7 Texas North Carolina
1954 UCLA 15-10 Southern California Washington
1953 UCLA 11-6 California Syracuse
1952 UCLA 11-5 California, Southern California Northwest
1951 Southern California 9-7 Cincinnati Northwest
1950 UCLA 11-5 California, Southern California Texas
1949 San Francisco 7-4 Rollins, Tulane, Washington Texas
1948 Willem & Maria 6-5 San Francisco UCLA
1947 Willem & Maria 10-4 Rice UCLA
1946 Southern California 9-6 Willem & Maria Northwest