The University of Chicago will once again come in atop the Rankings this week picking another ranked win since the Mar. 10 Rankings to remain No. 1 in the Division III Women’s ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point for March 24.

Only falling to Division I opponent Eastern Michigan this season, Chicago has proven their case for today’s top-ranking remaining unbeaten against fellow Division III opponents to this point in the season.

The University of Redlands (No. 20) makes a big jump this week as they rise 11 spots in the poll after starting the season 7-2, including wins over WASHU (previous No. 21) and Colby (previous No. 32).

Updated Regional Rankings, as well as Singles and Doubles Rankings, are set to be released tomorrow, Mar. 25.

*The ITA DIII Coaches Poll is voted on by the ITA National Ranking Committee. The National Ranking Committee is made up of the four ITA Region Chairs, as well as one National Chair. Results were considered through 3/20

Division III Women’s National Team Rankings – March 24

1Univ. of Chicago
2Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
4Emory University
5Wesleyan University
7Univ. of the South
8Middlebury College
9Amherst College
10Tufts University
11Carnegie Mellon University
12Case Western Reserve University
13University Of Mary Washington
14Southwestern University (TX)
15Kenyon College
16Bowdoin College
17Washington & Lee University
18Williams College
19Skidmore College
20Univ. of Redlands
21Washington University in St. Louis
22California Institute of Technology
23Johns Hopkins University
24Trinity University (Texas)
25The University Of Texas At Dallas
26Swarthmore College
27North Central College
28Christopher Newport University
29Denison University
30Gustavus Adolphus College
31Vassar College
32Colby College
33Univ. of Wisconsin, Whitewater
34Whitman College
35Haverford College
36Brandeis University
37Chapman University
38Linfield College
39College of New Jersey
40Wellesley College

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