BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- The eighth-ranked Concordia Clippers have been chosen to finish in first place, according to the recently released Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Tennis Preseason Coach’s Poll.
The voting was conducted by the conference's seven head coaches and announced Thursday morning. Concordia received 49 points, all seven first-place votes in the poll. Chestnut Hill is second with 39 points, while Post rounds out the top-three with 32 points. In 2015, the Clippers finished the season with a 21-5 overall record while finishing with a 6-0 CACC record.
Concordia captured its sixth straight CACC Championship title and earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Division II Men's Tennis Championships where the Clippers advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals match.
The Clippers head next to Adelphi University for a regional match on Saturday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. in Garden City. The link to the entire 2016 CACC Men’s Tennis Preseason Coach's Poll can be viewed by clicking here.
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