NU and Michigan had the same B10 record and NU won the head-to-head. In all other sports that equals a conference championship........johnny are you saying it doesn't work that way for women's tennis?
All Big Ten teams are setup that way. If two or three teams have the best record at the end of the regular season, they are Co-Big Ten Champions. It happen this year in Men's Basketball too where Ohio State, Michigan and Michigan State were Co-Big Ten Champions!! The head to head matches during the regular season only matter for seeding in the Big Ten tournament!
Last edited by johnnytennis; Apr 22nd, 2012 at 11:24 PM.