2004 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stanford's Amber Liu (right) became only the fourth to repeat as the NCAA Division I Women's Singles Champion just days after she helped her team to their 13th title. The women's doubles was picked up by the unseeded team of Lauren Fisher and Daniela Bercek (below). For Fisher it was this second appearance in the NCAA final that was lucky for her.

While Stanford did pick up another NCAA trophy in the men's championship -- the doubles by KC Corkery and Sam Warburg (below) -- it was the Baylor team that stole the show. Not only was it the first team title for Bears, but it was the first NCAA men's title for any Big 12 school. As if that feat was not enough, they took another one back Texas when Benjamin Becker (left) won the men's singles event.

A new day has dawned in the world of NCAA tennis. Though we still except to see the California schools in the winners circle, they are no longer there alone. Last year it was Illinois who suprised us, this year Baylor. In 2005 you never know who we might see.
MEN
Team Regionals (First & Second Round)-
May 14-16 at Campus Sites
Round of 16 to Finals & Individual Events-
May 22-31 at the University of Tulsa

TEAM REGIONALS
First Round    Second Round

MEN'S TEAM MATCHES

MEN'S TEAM DRAW

MEN'S SINGLES DRAW
top half     bottom half

MEN'S DOUBLES DRAW

WOMEN
Team Regionals (First & Second Round)-
May 14-16 at Campus Sites
Round of 16 to Finals & Individual Events-
May 20-29 at the University of Georgia

TEAM REGIONALS
First Round    Second Round

WOMEN'S TEAM MATCHES

WOMEN'S TEAM DRAW

WOMEN'S SINGLES DRAW
top half     bottom half

WOMEN'S DOUBLES DRAW













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INDEX OF 2004 MAY COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIPS

2003 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

2002 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

2001 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

1998 NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS