Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25
The Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 D-I poll of 2019 is announced every Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET.
The last poll will be after the NCAA D-I Team Championships and it will be announced May 20. Stay tuned to this page for complete updates.
2018 USTA College Tennis Top 25
2017 USTA College Tennis Top 25
Whether it's ITA, UTR or professional rankings, learn more about each by clicking on the links below:
The USTA and Tennis Channel are partnering to deliver the Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 Rankings across multiple digital and television platforms in 2019.
The partnership includes a voting presence from Tennis Channel's director of content strategy, Brandon Moglen, as well as coverage of the polls on Tennis Channel's television and digital platforms, in addition to the USTA's, when they're released each Wednesday.
Follow @TennisChannel on social media all year long for the latest tennis news and information.
The voting panel consists of college tennis experts and media members from across the country. Each party's vote is counted equally.
-Casey Angle - Former ITA Director of Championships
-Jordan Bishop - Stillwater News Press
-Virgil Christian - USTA
-Richard Croome - The Bryan-College Station Eagle
-Sonny Dearth - Daily Press, Newport News
-David Fish - Universal Tennis Ratings
-Granger Huntress - Texas College Tennis
-Andy Katz - NCAA.com
-Bobby Knight - College Tennis Today
-Brandon Moglen - Tennis Channel
-Michael Patrick - Former Tennessee Coach
-Lisa Stone - Parenting Aces
-Caitlin Thompson - Racquet Mag
-Shannon Wrege - Tennis Recruiting
Every Monday, the USTA provides voters with results from the previous week (each week runs Monday-Sunday with exceptions such as ITA Kick-Off Weekend and ITA National Indoors), and all Division I teams are eligible to receive votes.
A total of 25 points is awarded for the team in first place on a respective ballot, 24 points for second place and down to one point for the 25th-place team. The points from all ballots are totaled, and for control, the highest and lowest ranking for each team is removed. The team with the most points is ranked No. 1, second-most points is ranked No. 2, and so on. Teams slightly outside of the Top 25 will be listed as receiving votes.
The winners of the NCAA Team Championships are automatically ranked No. 1 in the final poll of the season.
Tennis Channel and the USTA have partnered for the 2019 Top 25 rankings. Follow @TennisChannel throughout the college tennis season.
About the Top 25
The USTA College Tennis Top 25 was created for the 2017 season, and is released every Wednesday in the spring to showcase the best 25 teams in the country.
Follow @USTA's social media accounts and the hashtag #USTATop25 all season long.
Make sure to visit USTA.com for official Top 25 announcements as well.