CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 7 Virginia men’s tennis team (22-5) opens play at the 2022 NCAA Men’s Tennis Team Championship by hosting the Charlottesville Regional May 6-7 at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.

The matches are scheduled to be played outdoors. Please monitor Virginia’s social media accounts for any weather-related changes.

1 p.m.       Penn (19-5) vs VCU (21-6)
4 p.m.       (7) VIRGINIA vs Fairleigh Dickinson (10-11)

4 p.m.       Second Round Match


  • All matches will stream live on the TennisOne App
  • Live scoring will be available through links posted on


  • $5 for general admission and $3 for students with a valid ID per day
  • Ages 2 and up are required to have a ticket
  • Tickets will be available for purchase online, over the phone, or at the Bryant Hall ticket office and can be picked up at the courts 


  • The Cavaliers bring a 17-match win streak into the championship
  • The ACC Champion Cavaliers earned the conference’s automatic qualification into the championship
  • UVA is the No. 7 seed in the tournament
  • Senior Ryan Goetz brings a 10-match win streak into the championship, including two wins in the ACC Championship
  • Goetz leads the team with 24 singles victories
  • Sophomore Jeffrey von der Schulenburg has won his last 12 completed matches
  • Senior Gianni Ross is playing in his fourth NCAA Championship. He is 18-2 this season with 16 of those wins coming in dual matches
  • Sophomore Chris Rodesch earned the ACC’s automatic qualification into the NCAA Singles Championship as the highest-ranked singles player in the conference at No. 30. Rodesch has 14 wins this season against ranked opponents
  • Rodesch and Goetz were the ACC’s automatic qualifiers into the NCAA Doubles Championship but will not be playing together as a doubles team in the Regional
  • Rodesch and Bar Botzer went 3-0 as a doubles team in the ACC Championship


  • This is Virginia’s 18th-consecutive NCAA Championship appearance and the 17th time hosting a regional
  • Virginia has won four NCAA titles, including three-consecutive from 2015-17
  • The Cavaliers have advanced to the NCAA Round of 16 in 15 of the last 16 championships, the quarterfinals in 14 of the last 16, the semifinals in 10 of the past 14 and six of the last 10 finals
  • Last season, UVA was the five-seed, falling in the Round of 16 against USC


  • This is the second straight year UVA will face Fairleigh Dickinson in the first round of the tournament
  • The Knights won the Northeast Conference championship for the 14th time in program history
  • Mehdi Dhouib is the NEC Player of the Year, Justas Trainauskas is the Rookie of the Year and Jeff Brandes the Coach of the Year
  • Penn is making its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championship, earning an at-large bif
  • Penn is ranked No. 36 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • The Quakers went 6-1 in the Ivy League including a 4-3 win against No. 25 Columbia
  • Edoardo Graziani has a 15-5 record at No. 1. He is No. 41 in the singles rankings
  • VCU is No. 31 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • The Rams bring a 14-match win streak into the postseason, including three 4-0 victories in the A-10 Championship
  • VCU’s A-10 title was their fifth consecutive
  • Both Matisse Bobichon and Rayane Stable have tallied 29 singles wins this year
  • Inigo Torre Martin, who plays primarily at No. 3, is 31-13
  • Charles Bertimon is ranked No. 90 in singles; he is No. 33 in doubles partnering with his brother Maxence Bertimon


  • The winner of the Charlottesville Regional will face the winner of the South Carolina Regional next Friday, May 13
  • As the No. 7 seed, Virginia will host the Super Regional should they advance
  • The eight super regional winners will then advance to the site of the finals in Champaign, Ill. with the quarterfinals through championship matches being contested May 19-22
  • NCAA Singles and Doubles will take place May 23-28 in that same location