2007 Men's Tennis Championship
Courtesy: Southern Conference
Release: 03/08/2007
Courtesy: -
RELATED

Location:         Earle Tennis Center at The Citadel & Farmfield Tennis Center; Charleston, SC

Dates:              April 19-22

Host:                The Citadel

 

There is no charge for the tournament.

 

Tournament Bracket

 

Scores will be updated as they are reported. Check back for updates.

 

The Schedule

Thursday, April 19-at Earle Tennis Center at The Citadel

Match 1: #9 Davidson 4, #8 UNC Greensboro 2       

Match 2: #7 Georgia Southern 4, #10 The Citadel 2           

DAY ONE PHOTOS

 

Friday, April 20-at Farmfield Tennis Center

Match 3: #1 Elon vs. #9 Davidson 0 

Match 4: #4 Chattanooga 4, #5 Appalachian State 1               

Match 5: #2 College of Charleston 4, #7 Georgia Southern 0          

Match 6: #3 Furman 4, #6 Wofford 0

DAY TWO PHOTOS

 

Saturday, April 21-at Earle Tennis Center at The Citadel

Match 7: #1 Elon 4, #4 Chattanooga 0                   PHOTOS               

Match 8: #2 College of Charleston 4, #3 Furman 3       PHOTOS        

 

Sunday, April 23-at Earle Tennis Center at The Citadel

Match 9: #1 Elon 4, #2 College of Charleston 1          PHOTOS                     

 

Directions to the Earle Tennis Center at The Citadel & Farmfield Tennis Center

 

 

THE CHAMPIONSHIP

The men’s tennis championship was first held in 1928 but no champion was crowned until North Carolina in 1933. In 1998, the tournament changed from an individual scoring tournament to a team format. Chattanooga holds 12 tournament titles, followed by Furman with 11 and Davidson nine.

 

East Tennessee State won the 2005 championship, its third in four years. Chattanooga reached the final in 2005 as the seventh seed, the lowest seed to ever reach the final in the team tournament.

 

PAST CHAMPIONS (last 11 years)

Year

Site

Champion

1994

Davidson, NC

Georgia Southern

1995

Davidson, NC

East Tennessee State

1996

Greenville, SC

East Tennessee State

1997

Davidson, NC

Furman

1998

Greenville, SC

Chattanooga

1999

Spartanburg, SC

East Tennessee State

2000

Chattanooga, TN

Chattanooga

2001

Charleston, SC

Furman

2002

Charleston, SC

East Tennessee State

2003

Charleston, SC

College of Charleston

2004

Charleston, SC

East Tennessee State

2005

Charleston, SC

East Tennessee State

2005

Charleston, SC

Furman