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etbu27:
Kinda new on the site, looking for some interesting conversation and something to bring to the coaches desk in the fall. (My school has decided to add Mens and Womens Tennis in the fall.)

What are the general thoughts on Division III Tennis around the nation?

WLCALUM83:
Here are some links to give you a general idea of how long Men's and Women's Tennis programs have been active in several Midwest Region (WI, IL) conferences:

Men's Tennis:

Northern Athletics Conference:  
http://northernac.org/web-2010/sports/tennis_men/championship
           (Archives going back to 2007)

CCIW:
http://www.cciw.org/sports/2010/6/3/MT_0603104551.aspx?path=mten
           (Archives go back to 2001)

Midwest Conference:
has had men's tournaments since the early 1930s'
http://www.midwestconference.org/archives.aspx?path=mten

All of the above conferences have both men's and women's programs

Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference:
http://www.wiacsports.com/sports/2010/7/8/WTEN_0708103429.asox?path=wten

WIAC has no men's tennis conference

The other 3 conference referred to above also have women's programs.

CCIW:
http://www.cciw.org/sports/2010/6/1/WT_0601105527.aspx?path=wten
    (archives back to 2000)

Northern Athletics Conference
http://northernac.org/web-2010/sports/tennis_women/championship
      (starting with 2006)

Midwest Conference
 held women's conference tournaments since 1983
http://www.midwestconference.org/archives.aspx?path=wten


(Sorry if it seems long winded, good luck with your tennis programs!)

NCF:
The 2012 season for North Central opened with two wins, followed by four losses to drop their season record to 2-4.

NCF:
North Central dropped a 0-9 decision to Colby College.

NCF:
The Cardinals will try to rebound tomorrow with a match against Oneonta State, before opening conference play on April 3rd @Elmhurst.

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