No. 1 Seed Concordia College (17-3)
Concordia (17-3) earned a first-round bye in the National Championship as the No. 1 seed in the region. The 2019 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Champions enter the Championship on a 12-match winning streak, most recently besting New York Institute of Technology 6-1 on Tuesday, April 30.
CACC All-Conference Second Team honorees sophomore William Nilsson (Bastad, Sweden) and freshman Jan Godfrey Seno (Cebu City, Philippines) both have 29 dual-match victories this spring, with Godfrey Seno boasting a perfect 17-0 dual-match record in singles play while freshman Maximilian Grundmann (Schwerte, Germany) hold a team-best 14-3 mark in doubles play during 2019. CACC All-Conference First Team recipient and Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) East Regional Singles and Doubles champions sophomore Michele Fenoaltea (Rome, Italy), the 53rd-ranked singles player in Division II, boasts a team-leading 38 total victories during the 2018-19 academic year with a 20-2 record in singles action and 18-4 in doubles split between time alongside CACC Player of the Year senior Eymeric Chevalier (Bordeaux, France) and Grundmann in the 55th-ranked pairing.
No. 4 Seed Chestnut Hill (17-6)
Chestnut Hill (17-6) enters the National Championship after falling in its last outing on Saturday, April 27 to Concordia College 4-0 in the CACC Championship Finals.
Erik Jorsal (Medgeeraba, Australia) paces CHC behind 34 combined victories, pairing up with CACC All-Conference First Team member Tom Pitchley (London, England) for a 19-7 record in doubles play with a 17-6 mark at the top doubles position. Pitchley has made 21 appearances at the Griffins top singles slot during his freshman campaign, holding an 11-10 record while All-Conference Second-Team honoree Kai Adler (Leer, Germany) boasts a team-leading 17-4 mark in singles.
No. 5 Seed Bentley (15-8)
Bentley (15-8) makes its first appearance in the NCAA National Championship since the 2011-12 season after suffering back-to-back setbacks to sixth-seeded Merrimack College, bowing out of the Northeast-10 Conference Semifinals via a 4-0 defeat to the Warriors on Thursday, May 2.
NE10 All-Conference First Team recipient Connor Aulson (Groveland, Mass.) leads the Falcons behind a team-best 16-3 record in singles play, adding eight victories in doubles action for 24 total triumphs. NE10 Second-Team honoree Daniel Weitz (Roslyn, N.Y.) matches Aulson’s victory total of 24, holding an 11-7 record in doubles play primarily alongside Kendall Au (Essex Fells, N.J.) to go with a 13-7 mark in singles action.