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PLANO, TX – After five days of fierce competition from the 2024 NJCAA Division I Men’s Championships, it is Tyler Junior College who have been crowned National Champions. The 2024 NJCAA Team National Championship marked the 18th title in program history for Tyler.

Topping the charts entering the 2024 NJCAA Championships, the Apache’s came into Plano looking for revenge after narrowly falling to Cowley in last year’s championship. Revenge is just what was served as it came down to the final day of play before Tyler could retake their thrown at the top of NJCAA Men’s Tennis.

Finishing with 46 combined points across all days of competition, Tyler beat out Cowley (44 points), Eastern Florida State (39 points), Collin (30 points), and Seward (29 points) who finished in 2nd-5th place respectively.

The Apache’s had flight wins from the No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, and No. 6 singles positions, showcasing the depth across the lineup for Tyler. They would also pick up points by finishing as the runner-up in the No. 1 singles flight.

In doubles play Tyler continued to tack on points, winning the No. 2 doubles flights to secure the title.

Read below for more details on the final team standings and All-American teams:


Full Final Team Standings

1. Tyler – 46
2. Cowley – 44
3. Eastern Florida – 39
4. Collin – 30
5. Seward – 29
6. Barton – 28
7. Pratt – 26
8. Iowa Central – 24
9. ABAC – 20
10. USC Sumter – 19
11. Weatherford – 18
12. Jones – 17.5
13. Itawamba – 15.5
14. Prairie St. – 13.5
15. Mississippi Gulf Coast – 13

16. Jacksonville – 12
16. Wallace St. – 12
18. Copiah-Lincoln – 11.5
18. Harford – 11.5
20. Coastal Alabama – 11
21. Meridian – 8
22. Lake County – 6.5
23. Paradise Valley – 5
24. Lewis & Clark – 4.5
25. Hinds – 4
26. Mesa – 2.5
27. East Central – 2
27. Illinois Valley – 2
29. Marion Military – .5


2024 NJCAA Division I Men’s Tennis All-America Teams

First Team Singles All-Americans:

  • No. 1 Singles – Hugo Car, Eastern Florida State College, SO
  • No. 2 Singles – Reiya Komagata, Cowley College, SO
  • No. 3 Singles – Alex Despoja, Tyler JC, FR
  • No. 4 Singles – Dan Persson, Tyler JC, SO
  • No. 5 Singles – Faiz Nasyam, Tyler JC, SO
  • No. 6 Singles – Daniel Borisov, Tyler JC, FR

First Team Doubles All-Americans:

  • No. 1 Doubles – Amen Prince Gandonou/Hod’Abalo Isak Podio, Iowa Central
  • No. 2 Doubles – Doni Gashi/Dan Persson, Tyler JC
  • No. 3 Doubles – Sergio Alejandro Gonzalez/Omar Suarez, Cowley College

Second Team Singles All-Americans:

  • No. 1 Singles – Juan Carlos Garcia, Tyler JC, SO
  • No. 2 Singles – Gabriel Garay, Barton, FR
  • No. 3 Singles – Nick DeVivo, Eastern Florida State College, SO
  • No. 4 Singles – Tomas Quesada Perez, Eastern Florida State College, SO
  • No. 5 Singles – Tadeo Gaggiofatto, Cowley College, FR
  • No. 6 Singles – Sergio Alejandro Gonzalez, Cowley College, SO

Second Team Doubles All-Americans:

  • No. 1 Doubles – Reiya Komagata/Bruno Nhavene, Cowley College
  • No. 2 Doubles – Pedro De la Riva/Valentin Greco, Cowley College
  • No. 3 Doubles – Alexandr Achour/Tomas Quesada Perez, Eastern Florida State College
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