2018 NCAC Women's Tennis Championships

        

2018 NCAC Women's Tennis Champions

KENYON

  

2018 NCAC Women's Tennis Championships
Co-Hosted by DePauw University & Wabash College

North Central High School
Barbara S. Wynne Tennis Center

Indianapolis, Indiana
April 27-29
Friday, April 27   Saturday, April 28   Sunday, April 29
Quarterfinals (all matches at 1:00 PM)   Semifinals   Championship Match
A: #1 Kenyon 5, #8 Allegheny 0 {Box}   E: Kenyon 5, DePauw 3 {Box}   G: Kenyon 5, Denison 0 {Box}  
D: #2 Denison 5, #7 Wittenberg 0 {Box}   F: Denison 5, Oberlin 3 {Box}   Third-Place Match
B: # 5 DePauw 6, #4 Wooster 0 {Box}   Fifth-Place Match   H: Oberlin 5, DePauw 4 {Box}  
C: #3 Oberlin 5, #6 Ohio Wesleyan 0 {Box}   I: Ohio Wesleyan 6, Wooster 2 {Box}   DAY THREE PHOTOS 
 DAY ONE PHOTOS   Seventh-Place Match    
    J: Wittenberg 5, Allegheny 0 {Box}    
         
         
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The 2018 NCAC Women's Tennis Championships will be held next weekend, April 27-29, at North Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. The tournament begins with quarterfinal matches on Friday, semifinal and fifth- & seventh-place matches on Saturday and the championship and third-place matches on Sunday. The first two days will begin with men’s matches at 9:00 a.m. and conclude with women’s matches at 1:00 p.m. The men’s championship match and third-place match will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, while the women’s championship match and third-place match will be played at 1:00 p.m. 

Kenyon (3-0, 17-2) has emerged as the top seed in the women’s eight-team tournament and will open play on Friday afternoon against eighth-seeded Allegheny (0-3, 6-9), while second-seeded Denison (3-0, 11-7) will kick off tournament play against seventh-seeded Wittenberg (0-3, 5-8). The remaining opening round matches will feature No. 3 Oberlin (2-1, 13-8) versus No. 6 Ohio Wesleyan (1-2, 10-5) and No. 4 Wooster (1-2, 15-3) squaring off against No. 5 DePauw (2-1, 7-12).