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TEMPE, Ariz. –
With the 2017 collegiate tennis regular season officially in the books, and selections for the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championships finalized, Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced the latest Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division I Men’s National Rankings on Thursday.

Wake Forest and Virginia finished one-two in the national team rankings. The Demon Deacons won the ACC regular-season title, but the two-time defending NCAA national champion Cavaliers claimed the ACC tournament championship with a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Wake Forest in the final.

Ohio State, USC and UCLA are No.’s 3-5, with TCU, Baylor, California, North Carolina and Oklahoma State rounding out the Top 10.

TCU’s Cameron Norrie remains the No. 1-ranked singles player, while Georgia’s doubles team of Jan Zielinski and Robert Loeb ascended to the top spot, moving up from No. 2 last week.

Click here to view the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship 64-team bracket, and here to view the singles and doubles selections.

A reminder that the national team rankings feature the Top 50 teams. Coaches will have access to the unpublished national team rankings on the ITA website.

Top 25 Men’s Team Rankings By Conference
Top 10 Conference rankings in parenthesis

Big 12 (3) 5 – TCU (6); Baylor (7); Oklahoma State (10); Texas (11); Oklahoma (14)

Pac-12 (3) 5 – USC (4); UCLA (5); California (8); Stanford (16); Oregon (24)

SEC 5 – Georgia (12); Texas A&M (13); Florida (15); Mississippi State (18); South Carolina (20)

ACC (3) 4 – Wake Forest (1); Virginia (2); North Carolina (9); Georgia Tech (19)

Big Ten (1) 4 – Ohio State (3); Michigan (17); Northwestern (21); Illinois (25)

American 1 – South Florida (22)

Ivy 1 – Columbia (23)

Top 25 Men’s Singles Rankings By Conference
Top 10 Conference rankings in parenthesis

SEC (4) 6 – Nuno Borges, Mississippi State (4); Arthur Rinderknech, Texas A&M (6); Alfredo Perez, Florida (8); Mike Redlicki, Arkansas (10); William Bushamuka, Kentucky (17); Gustav Hansson, Mississippi (23)

ACC (2) 6 – Petros Chrysochos, Wake Forest (5); Christopher Eubanks, Georgia Tech (7); Skander Mansouri, Wake Forest (13); Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Virginia (14); William Blumberg, North Carolina (16); Ronnie Schneider, North Carolina (22)

Big 12 (1) 6 – Cameron Norrie, TCU (1); Juan Benitez, Baylor (15); Alex Rybakov, TCU (20); Jolan Calilleau, Texas Tech (21); Spencer Papa, Oklahoma (24); Christian Sigsgaard, Texas (25)

Pac-12 3 – Tom Fawcett, Stanford (11); Florian Lakat, California (12); Brandon Holt, USC (19)

Big Ten (3) 3 – Mikael Torpegaard, Ohio State (2); Aleks Vukic, Illinois (3); Hugo Di Feo, Ohio State (9)

American 1 – Constantin Schmitz, Tulane (18)

Top 10 Men’s Doubles Rankings By Conference

SEC 6 – Jan Zielinski/Robert Loeb, Georgia (1); Johannes Ingildsen/Alfredo Perez, Florida (2); Jose Salazar/Mike Redlicki (6); Trevor Foshey/Niclas Braun, Mississippi State (8); Arthur Rinderknech/AJ Catanzariti, Texas A&M (9); Mazen Osama/Spencer Richey, Alabama (10)

Pac-12 2 – Martin Redlicki/Evan Zhu, UCLA (3); Filip Bergevi/Florian Lakat, Cal (5)

ACC 1 – Christian Seraphim/Skander Mansouri, Wake Forest (4)

Big 12 1 – Arjun Kadhe/Julian Cash, Oklahoma State (7)