Division I Men’s ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (“ITA”) has released today the NCAA Division I Men’s ITA Collegiate Tennis National Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point which feature the Top 125 singles players and the Top 60 doubles teams at the conclusion of the fall season.

At the top of the National Singles Rankings is Georgia’s Ethan Quinn who has put together one of the most impressive fall seasons by a freshman in recent history winning the ITA Men’s All-American Championships over teammate Phillip Henning for his first Collegiate National Championship.

Just behind Quinn is another freshman who made waves this fall in Stanford’s Nishesh Basavareddy. After winning the Consolation Singles Title at the All-American Championships, Basavareddy showed he was more than ready for the collegiate level winning the National Fall Championships just a few weeks later in San Diego.

These two players mark just two of the very talented group of freshmen, and or newcomers, who excelled this fall as five newcomers rank within the Top 26 of the November 16th National Singles Rankings.

Across doubles, the Men’s All-American Doubles Champions of Toby Samuel and Connor Thompson (South Carolina) just barely beat out the National Fall Championship Doubles Champions of Andrew Lutschaunig and JJ Tracy (Ohio State) for the No. 1 ranking.

Within the remainder of the Top 15, several teams from outside of the power five conferences are represented with UTSA, UPenn, and Columbia all having teams near the top of the National Doubles Rankings.

For more information on how these computerized rankings are calculated, head over to our ITA Rankings Explained page which provides information on the algorithm and other factors used to determine these National Team Rankings.


ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings sponsored by Tennis-Point
  • National Singles Computerized Rankings
  • November 16, 2022

*Fr/Nc = Freshman or Newcomer who was not eligible for a September preseason Top 125 Ranking

  • National Doubles Computerized Rankings
  • November 16, 2022
Rank Players School Record Prev.
1 Toby Samuel/Connor Thomson south carolina 7-0 37
2 Andrew Lutschaunig / JJ Tracy Ohio State 8-1 NR
3 Finn Bass / Juan Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi Baylor 9-4 14
4 Alexander Jong / Lui Maxted UCT 8-3 4
5 Berk Bugarikj / Patrik Trhac Utah 8-1 NR
6 Alan MagadanSebastian Rodriguez UTSA 11-4 NR
T-7 Edoardo Graziani/Kevin Zhu Penn 9-3 20
T-7 Cleeve Harper / Eliot Spizzirri Texas 5-4 16
9 Natan Rodrigues / Fabien Salle Louisville 15-4 48
10 Tanapatt Nirundorn / Togan Tokac Florida 8-3 NR
11 Joshua Charlton / Quinn Vandecasteele Oregon 9-3 5
12 Stefan Dostanic / Bradley Frye USC 7-4 2
13 Jordan Chrysostom / Ryan Fishback Virginia Tech 4-1 15
14 Andrew Fenty / Gavin Young Michigan 8-3 NR
15 Max Westphal / Theo Winegar columbia 10-5 21
16 Jack Clements / Louis Delcour South Alabama 8-1 NR
17 Ryan Goetz/Chris Rodesch Virginia 2-0 NR
18 Brian Cernoch / Ryan Seggerman North Carolina 4-3 T-26
19 Trent Bryde / Ethan Quinn georgia 3-3 NR
20 Stefan Latinovic/Nick Watson USL 9-2 NR
21 Rafa Izquierdo Luque / Joseph Wayand NC State 7-2 NR
22 Maxwell Benson / Dusan Milanovic Presbyterian 13-3 NR
23 Ryan Fishback / Alberto Orso Virginia Tech 6-4 NR
24 Gabriel Huber/Michael Minasyan Wisconsin 7-3 NR
25 Emile Hudd / Shunsuke Mitsui Tennessee 2-1 7
26 Oskar Brostrom Poulsen / Francisco Rocha Middle Tennessee 6-4 31
27 Yuta Kikuchi / Carl Emil Overbeck California 4-0 NR
28 Leyton Cronje/Bogdan Pavel UCF 3-0 24
29 Matisse Bobichon / Rayane Stable VCUs 7-2 NR
T-30 Juan Lopez de Azcona / Filippo Moroni WakeForest 5-1 NR
T-30 Karlo Kajin / Alejandro Sanchez González louisiana 8-2 NR
32 Nicolas Acevedo / Filip Krolo Florida Atlantic 6-1 NR
33 Trey Hilderbrand / Noah Schachter Texas A&M 6-3 25
34 Daniel De Jonge / Tim Zeitvogel Pepperdine 10-5 NR
35 Harry Rock / David Stevenson Memphis 2-0 NR
36 Rodrigo Crespo / Jonas Hartenstein North Florida 3-2 NR
37 Nate Bonetto / Axel Nefve Florida 3-0 NR
38 Martins Rocens / Fons Van Sambeek NC State 6-2 29
39 Benjamin KittayRyan Seggerman North Carolina 2-1 NR
40 Ronan Jachuck/Daniel Milavsky Harvard 5-3 NR
41 Kent Hunter / Shunsuke Mitsui Tennessee 3-2 NR
42 Carles Hernandez / Nemanja Malesevic Mississippi State 5-2 NR
T-43 Luc Boulier / Sam Landau Indiana 3-1 NR
T-43 Jonah Braswell/Lukas Greif Florida 4-2 NR
45 JJ Bianchi / Max Motlagh Boston College 1-1 NR
46 Pablo Alemany / David Stevenson Memphis 5-1 50
47 Jacob Bickersteth / Gavin Young Michigan 1-1 NR
48 Mathis Debru / Oliver Okonkwo Illinois 5-2 NR
49 Michael Heller/Andrew Zhang duke 5-2 NR
50 Max Damm/Randy Wilson Florida Gulf Coast 2-0 NR
51 Kevin Huempfner/Hunter Robbins Florida Atlantic 5-1 NR
52 Thomas Brennan/Alvaro Huete Butler 5-3 NR
53 Adham Gaber / Ezequiel Santalla Tulsa 4-5 NR
54 Younes Lalami / Brandon Perez Old Dominion 7-3 NR
55 Blake CroyderBritton Johnston georgia 5-1 NR
56 Will Mayew/David Mizrahi Louisville 10-5 NR
57 Jordan Hasson/Mark Mandlik Oklahoma 4-0 NR
58 Emile Hudd / Kent Hunter Tennessee 1-0 NR
59 Tadeas Paroulek / Zsombor Velcz Baylor 4-2 NR
60 Adrien Burdet / Alan Sau Arkansas 3-3 NR
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