Nicholasville, KY – It will be Emory University (3) and Washington University in St. Louis (4) meeting in the finals of the 2024 ITA Division III Men’s National Team Indoor Championship after another fierce day of competition that narrowed the field down from four to two.

In the first semifinal to wrap up on the afternoon, Emory looked well in control of their opponent for the second straight day, taking down second-seeded CMS 7-0 to advance to the finals. After taking the lone doubles point with wins on courts no. 1 and no. 2, the Eagles followed doubles with dominance in singles, winning all six singles courts to sweep the semifinal match.

This will be the first finals appearance for Emory since the 2020 season. Over the entire tournament’s history, the Eagles have won a total of nine ITA National Team Indoor Titles.

Across the day’s second semifinal match, WashU put an end to Case Western Reserve’s two-year ITA Indoor win streak, taking down the top seeds 4-3 to advance to the finals. After winning the doubles point, the Bears had to battle it out in singles play, ultimately relying on wins from the no. 1, no. 4, and no. 5 singles positions to clinch the victory.

For WashU, this will be their first finals appearance since they won the tournament in 2014, and in total, the Bears have reached four ITA National Team Indoor Championship finals.

 The finals will be played tomorrow from the Top Seed Tennis Club with the seventh and fifth place matches beginning at 8 am (EST) and the finals and third place match starting not before 10:30 am (EST). Fans can follow all of the action on the ITA website,, or on social media at @ITA_Tennis on both Instagram and X (formerly Twitter).

Match Results

Semifinals — Saturday, February 24
  • 2:00 PM (ET) – Wash U. def. CWRU 4-3
  • 2:00 PM (ET) – Emory def. CMS 7-0
  • 9:00 AM (ET) – Univ. of Chicago def. Sewanee 6-1
  • 9:00 AM (ET) – Gustavus Adolphus def. Trinity(TX) 6-1
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