Tennessee men and Baylor women take early lead in 2014 ITA Attendance Race
TCU men draw largest single crowd
SKILLMAN, NJ (March 7) - With January and February matches in the books, the Tennessee Volunteers men's team and Baylor Bears women's team have attracted the biggest crowds of the spring season thus far.
In nine home matches, the Bears have played in front of 1,927 fans, which is nearly 800 more than any other women's team in the country. No. 18 Baylor has not disappointed its fans, winning six of eight home contests.
On the men's side, Tennessee has played in front of 2,304 spectators in eight home matches. The No. 13 Volunteers have used the home crowd to their advantage, winning all eight home matches at the Goodfriend Tennis Center.
The biggest crowd of the season was 614 people at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, when the TCU men's tennis team posted a 7-0 win over USC Upstate. The Georgia women hold the distinction of hosting the biggest crowd in their season-opening 4-0 win over Elon in the Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Tennis Stadium, when 400 people were in attendance.
The Georgia women also average the biggest crowds, with 288 people per match showing support. For the men, the TCU Horned Frogs have drawn the largest average crowds thus far, with 362 fans per match.
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About the ITA Attendance Race
The ITA Attendance Race is a monthly program in which teams are recognized for getting fans in the stands. This exciting race offers schools a way to garner recognition and extra incentive to bolster support. We will be recognizing both monthly