Week 2 Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 Rankings are here

Week 2 Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 Rankings are here

Wake Forest remains at the top for the men, and Stanford is still No. 1 for the women.

The second edition of the 2019 Tennis Channel/USTA College Tennis Top 25 Rankings were released on Wednesday, and there are some familiar names at the top of both the men and women’s ranks.


There was no surprise that the Demon Deacons would be the No. 1 team when the first polls came out, and they have done nothing to lose that spot this week. In fact, there really wasn't much that caused a major shakeup in the men's game. Texas moved up from No. 8 to No. 6 thanks to a big win over North Carolina, while Texas A&M dropped from No. 14 to No. 21. Outside of that, any movement was minimal. But LSU and Minnesota did climb their way into the Top 25. Both teams were unranked to start the season, and it'll be interesting to see what they do this week. Here are the full rankings: 

Rank (Last Week) – Points

1. (1) Wake Forest – 299
2. (2) Ohio State – 284
3. (T3) USC – 270
4. (T3) Mississippi State – 263
5. (5) Florida – 252
6. (8) Texas – 242
7. (6) UCLA – 228
8. (10) Baylor – 207
9. (7) North Carolina – 205
10. (9) Stanford – 181
11. (11) Illinois – 176
12. (15) Notre Dame – 174
13. (12) Columbia – 162
14. (13) Virginia – 147
15. (16) TCU – 115
16. (22) Tennessee – 87
17. (21) Michigan – 81
18. (19) Florida State – 71
19. (24) NC State – 69
20. (17) Tulane – 62
21. (14) Texas A&M – 53
22. (20) Oklahoma – 44
23. (18) Alabama – 43
24. (NR) LSU – 30
25. (NR) Minnesota - 27

Receiving Votes: Georgia 25, Texas Tech 16, Oregon 10, Harvard 8,South Carolina 8, Tulsa 6, Memphis 5, Arkansas 3, Mississippi 2

Dropped Out: Georgia (T25), Vanderbilt (T25)


The women's game featured more significant movement, as both Michigan and NC State are now tied at No. 10. The Wolverines beat the Longhorns in Ann Arbor, which is part of the reason that Texas moved back from No. 8 to No. 9. Meanwhile, the Wolfpack went into Gainesville and beat the Gators—who moved from No. 20 to No. 22. Stanford remained at the top, while Georgia moved up from No. 6 to No. 4. Here are the rest of the rankings: 

1. (1) Stanford – 295
2. (2) Duke – 284
3. (3) North Carolina – 282
4. (6) Georgia – 249
5. (5) UCLA – 248
6. (4) Vanderbilt – 239
7. (7) Pepperdine – 234
8. (10) South Carolina – 208
9. (8) Texas – 196
T10. (21) Michigan – 166
T10. (19) NC State – 166
12. (15) LSU – 161
13. (T12) Ohio State – 135
14. (T12) Florida State – 134
15. (16) Kansas – 133
16. (18) Miami (Fla.) – 107
17.  (T22) Virginia – 103
18. (14) Northwestern – 93
19. (9) Oklahoma State – 67
20. (25) USC – 61
21. (11) Texas Tech – 55
22. (20) Florida – 51
23. (17) Syracuse – 38
24. (NR) Oklahoma – 26
25. (NR) Boston College - 24

Receiving Votes: California 15, UCF 13, Texas A&M 11, Tennessee 10,Wake Forest 8, Arkansas 6, Auburn 6, Purdue 3, Kentucky 2,Mississippi 2, TCU 2, Georgia Tech 1

Dropped Out: Georgia Tech (T22), Baylor (24)


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