2004 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

There is no doubt that one person stands out as the winner of the NCAA Division III Championships. In fact, it would not be a stretch to say that Emory's Mary Ellen Gordon stands out among all of the championships this year.

Mary Ellen Gordon became the first player to: win four NCAA doubles titles; win back-to-back "triple crowns" (singles, doubles team); AND win eight NCAA titles.

The men spread the winners trophies out this year among three schools. The Middlebury men captured their first NCAA Division III team championship with a 4-3 win over Williams. The singles title went to UC-Santa Cruz freshman Matt Seeberger while Mary Washington's Dan Uyar and Paul Bristow won the doubles.
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Team Regionals (First & Second Round)-
May 1-2 at Campus Sites
Round of 8 to Finals & Individual Events-
May 12-17 at Bates College

TEAM REGIONALS

MEN'S TEAM MATCHES

MEN'S TEAM DRAW

MEN'S SINGLES DRAW

MEN'S DOUBLES DRAW

WOMEN
Team Regionals (First & Second Round)-
May 1-2 at Campus Sites
Round of 8 to Finals & Individual Events-
May 12-17 at the Rhodes College

TEAM REGIONALS

WOMEN'S TEAM MATCHES

WOMEN'S TEAM DRAW

WOMEN'S SINGLES DRAW

WOMEN'S DOUBLES DRAW





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INDEX OF 2004 MAY COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIPS

2003 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

2002 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS

1998 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS