New York, NY – The draw is now set for the 2024 ITA Division I Men’s National Team Indoor Championships as teams look to embark on the path to the national championship beginning this Friday at both the Philip & Cheryl Milstein Family Tennis Center (Columbia) as well as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (USTA).

Comprised of 16 of the nation’s best teams, the ITA Division I Men’s National Team Indoor Championship is an event packed with excitement and history as the championship continues its storied history in just a few days from Columbia University in New York, New York.

The 2022 and 2023 ITA National Team Indoor Champions, TCU, are back in 2024 as the second-seeded team in the tournament. The Horned Frogs have had to replace many of their top contributors from last season, but have played at a very high level heading into Indoors, starting 5-0 on the year with wins over Stanford and Tennessee already on their resume.

Landing as the top seed in this year’s championship is Ohio State, who will look to claim their first indoor title since the 2019 season. The Buckeyes are currently 9-0 on the season and already have wins over three teams who will be in New York (Virginia, South Carolina, and Wake Forest).

Rounding out the top four seeds will be Texas (3) and Virginia (4). Texas, who finished as runners-up at last year’s championship, will look to rely on their experience if they hope to make another deep run this year. The Longhorns have only one loss this season to the former top-ranked Virginia where they lost 4-3 on their home courts. For Virginia, they have had a very difficult opening stretch to their season. After beating Texas, the Cavaliers have since dropped matches to South Carolina, Ohio State, and Kentucky but are hoping to return two of their top players who have been absent due to Davis Cup obligations and injuries.

Across all of the teams, the SEC lead all conferences with four teams represented in the Indoor Championships, finishing just one above the ACC and Pac 12 which each have three teams represented this year.

As a single-elimination tournament, teams will play one match each day with the Championship Match being played on Monday, February 19, at noon (ET). However, all teams are guaranteed to play at least three matches over the weekend through either the main or consolation draw.

A TrackTennis live stream, as well as iOnCourt live scoring, will be available for every match at the 2024 Division I Men’s Indoor Championship. We’re also proud to partner once again with Cracked Racquets to provide on-site commentary during the tournament. Fans can find the broadcast on the Cracked Racquets YouTube channel.

Team Seeds:

Ohio State (1), TCU (2), Texas (3), Virginia (4), Tennessee (5), Wake Forest (6), South Carolina (7), Columbia (8), Harvard (9), Texas A&M (10), Michigan (11), USC (12), Duke (13), Arizona (14), Arizona State (15) Alabama (16)

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