Nationwide Champs Topped at 2022 HBCU Nationwide Tennis Championships

ATLANTA, GA. (September 19) – On what turned out to be an ideal weekend for fall tennis on the South Fulton Tennis Middle, the 2022 HBCU Nationwide Tennis Championships as soon as once more showcased the expertise and pleasure discovered inside HBCU tennis packages over the three days of competitors on the twenty first annual occasion.

That includes representatives from 14 totally different HBCU packages from throughout the nation, the HBCU Nationwide Championships not solely provide a singular alternative for present student-athletes to compete amongst one another, however the occasion additionally serves as a showcase and academic alternative for youthful gamers who aspire to compete on the collegiate stage in the future.

All through the highschool mix, attendees had been in a position to hear from HBCU head coaches in addition to members of the USTA on the collegiate course of and methods to attain their goals of taking part in in school. Moreover, representatives from Albany State, South Carolina State, and Howard had been additionally in attendance offering info to those attendees about enrolling in school and persevering with the academic expertise.

On the courts, it was Alabama State (Males’s) and Xavier College of Louisiana (Ladies’s) taking residence the Group Nationwide Titles on the 2022 HBCU Nationwide Tennis Championships. The win marked the primary HBCU Nationwide Title for Alabama State and the third HBCU Nationwide Title for the XULA ladies’s group.

Closing Group Standings:

Males’s Group Standings
Alabama State College – 30
Tennessee State College – 19
Alabama A&M College – 17
Xavier College of Louisiana – 17
North Carolina Central College – 8
Johnson C. Smith College – 4
Shaw College – 3
Tuskegee College – 3
LeMoyne-Owen School – 0

Ladies’s Group Standings
Xavier College of Louisiana – 25
North Carolina Central College – 22.5
Alabama A&M College – 22
Alabama State College – 21.5
Florida A&M College – 21
Shaw College – 16
Tennessee State College – 12
Albany State College – 10
Johnson C. Smith College – 5
Grambling State College – 3
Tuskegee College – 3
Clark Atlanta College – 1
LeMoyne-Owen School – 1
Bowie State College – 0


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