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Ferris State Hosts NCAA D2 Midwest Regional Men's Tennis Starting On Monday!

Ferris State Hosts NCAA D2 Midwest Regional Men's Tennis Starting On Monday!

Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University men's tennis squad will open postseason action at home as the Bulldogs host NCAA Division II Midwest Regional play on Monday and Tuesday (May 13-14) in Big Rapids.

The FSU men's squad drew the second-seed in the Midwest Region and will face seventh-seeded rival Grand Valley State in first-round action on Monday (May 13) at 10 a.m. (ET). FSU was chosen to host one of two regional men's brackets and will take the court in the first regional matchup. On the other side of the Midwest Region bracket in Big Rapids, third-seeded Wayne State will face sixth-seeded Tiffin at 2 p.m. (ET) and the winners will then meet in the bracket final Tuesday at 10 a.m. (ET).

The matches are slated to be played outdoors at the Big Rapids High School courts if weather permits. If the matches are moved indoors, they will take place at the FSU Racquet and Fitness Center.

There is no admission charge for fans to attend the regional matches at either Big Rapids High School or the FSU Racquet and Fitness Center. In addition, if weather permits, a free live video stream will be offered for all matches via YouTube @FerrisAthletics with focused coverage on court one along with updates from other courts. Live results will be provided online via the iOnCourt app or at the links below.

The Bulldogs will host NCAA Regional men's action in Big Rapids for the first time since the 2016-17 season.

The winner of the four-team event on the men's side will move on to the NCAA-II round of 16 in Florida set for May 20-25 in Altamonte Springs, Fla.

The Bulldogs will be making their ninth consecutive tournament berth and it will be FSU's 27th all-time NCAA Tourney appearance.

The Bulldog men's team won this year's GLIAC Regular-Season Championship along with the league postseason tournament title. This year's regular-season title marked FSU's 22nd all-time crown and the Bulldogs captured their first conference tournament championship in three years. The Bulldog men are 17-4 overall and were a perfect 6-0 in GLIAC regular-season action.

Stay tuned to for additional postseason information or updates as they become available!