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Does anyone know where the NCAA Championships are taking place for the next few years? I am planning to attend :)
 

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I hope they come to the West Coast once Stanford upgrades its facility. I may plan to attend next year depending on my team's season. Is there much to do in Waco?

Also, given all of the *drama* (per the discussions on here) players should look at Baylor as a place to transfer if they want to play at home during the NCAA championship (depending on how far they get that is).

(M&W) Tennis Championship Hurd Tennis Center / Waco, TX May 14-25, 2015 Baylor
Championship Michael D. Case Tennis Center / Tulsa, OK May 19-30, 2016 Tulsa
Championship Dan Magill Tennis Complex / Athens, GA May 18-29, 2017 Georgia
Championship Wake Forest Tennis Complex / Winston-Salem, NC May 17-28, 2018 Wake Forest

http://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2013-12-11/2014-18-ncaa-championship-sites
 

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I hope they come to the West Coast once Stanford upgrades its facility. I may plan to attend next year depending on my team's season. Is there much to do in Waco?

Also, given all of the *drama* (per the discussions on here) players should look at Baylor as a place to transfer if they want to play at home during the NCAA championship (depending on how far they get that is).

(M&W) Tennis Championship Hurd Tennis Center / Waco, TX May 14-25, 2015 Baylor
Championship Michael D. Case Tennis Center / Tulsa, OK May 19-30, 2016 Tulsa
Championship Dan Magill Tennis Complex / Athens, GA May 18-29, 2017 Georgia
Championship Wake Forest Tennis Complex / Winston-Salem, NC May 17-28, 2018 Wake Forest

http://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2013-12-11/2014-18-ncaa-championship-sites
oh hey thanks for this!! I just might make the trip to Baylor next year, but I don't know. OK maybe as well. Now Wake Forest/Athens Ill definitely come!
 

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I hope they come to the West Coast once Stanford upgrades its facility. I may plan to attend next year depending on my team's season. Is there much to do in Waco?

Also, given all of the *drama* (per the discussions on here) players should look at Baylor as a place to transfer if they want to play at home during the NCAA championship (depending on how far they get that is).

(M&W) Tennis Championship Hurd Tennis Center / Waco, TX May 14-25, 2015 Baylor
Championship Michael D. Case Tennis Center / Tulsa, OK May 19-30, 2016 Tulsa
Championship Dan Magill Tennis Complex / Athens, GA May 18-29, 2017 Georgia
Championship Wake Forest Tennis Complex / Winston-Salem, NC May 17-28, 2018 Wake Forest

http://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2013-12-11/2014-18-ncaa-championship-sites
Thanks for the list. But, what does "once Stanford upgrades" mean? as in, is there an announced plan for Stanford facilities, if so, are there any architectural drawings??
 

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Thanks for the list. But, what does "once Stanford upgrades" mean? as in, is there an announced plan for Stanford facilities, if so, are there any architectural drawings??
Oops, I meant more of an upgrade to their video stream. I thought someone posted on here that that would be in the works.

It's odd that Stanford isn't listed to host any of the next few championships, while Georgia will have hosted two. I wonder if Stanford even put in a bid to host. I'd love for the NCAA championship to come back to the west coast. Stanford is probably the only tennis facility that would be able to host.
 

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On Stanford Hosting, or West Coasts/ Pac 12 sites. there should be.

I truly admire Dick Gould, so I completely want to prefix that he has done an amazing and awesome job as the tennis guy at Stanford. And I believe he has been the driving force behind Stanford hosting, but now is time that that he should be training a replacement and showing the successor how to host an great event.

- And yes, the video stream has been disappointing. I believe Stanford spent good $$ on contracting to set it up, but that they should call the provider back, and require that the video product be at current standards. Particularly, telling where Stanford is located technology wise that the video should be good.
 
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