CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Virginia men’s tennis team (22-5) opens play at the 2024 NCAA Men’s Tennis Team Championship by hosting the Charlottesville Regional Friday and Saturday, May 3-4, at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.

Admission is free for the matches.

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


1 p.m.       VCU vs Princeton
4 p.m.       (3) VIRGINIA vs NJIT

10 a.m.     Princeton vs. Washington
1 p.m.       (5) VIRGINIA vs. LIU

4 p.m.       Second Round Match

1 p.m.       Second Round Match


  • The matches will be covered in the Cracked Racquets Cross Court Cast on their YouTube Channel
  • Individual court streams will also be available on
  • Live scoring will be available for all of the matches
  • The winner of the Charlottesville Regional will face the winner of the Raleigh Regional (NC State, South Carolina, Old Dominion, UNCW)


  • Virginia is ranked No. 2 in the latest ITA team rankings, but are the 3-seed in the championship
  • Senior Alex Kiefer enters the tournament on a 13-match win streak in singles. He has a 22-10 record overall and is 10-3 at No. 5
  • Dylan Dietrich was named the ACC Freshman of the Year, the seventh player in program history to earn the honor
  • Dietrich brings a 7-match win streak in singles into the tournament with a 19-5 record. He is 6-1 this season at the No. 3 singles court. He earned a place in the NCAA Singles draw
  • Senior Jeffrey von der Schulenburg leads the team in singles victories with a 24-14 record. He tied for the team lead in victories last season with 31
  • von der Schulenburg is the first alternate in the NCAA Singles Championship, looking to make his fourth appearance in the tournament. Should a player withdraw and he moves into the draw, he will be the only player on the team to have made four appearances in the NCAA singles tournament
  • Chris Rodesch is the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship with a 21-4 record. It is his second straight year being a seeded player in the draw after being a 9-16 seed last season. He is ranked No. 3 in the latest ITA Singles rankings
  • Senior Iñaki Montes has earned invitations to both the NCAA Singles and Doubles tournaments. Montes, who was named to the All-ACC First Team for the second time in his career, has 10 wins against ranked singles players this season
  • Montes and grad student James Hopper are a 5-8 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship
  • Montes and Hopper are ranked No. 5 in the latest ITA Doubles rankings. The ACC has four of the top six doubles teams in the ITA rankings
  • Virginia has not lost a match outdoor since the NCAA Round of 16 match against USC on May 17, 2021


  • The reigning NCAA Champions are looking for their seventh NCAA title and third consecutive
  • This is Virginia’s 20th-consecutive NCAA Championship appearance and the 19th time hosting a regional
  • The Cavaliers have advanced to the NCAA Round of 16 in 17 of the last 18 championships, the quarterfinals in 16 of the last 18, the semifinals in 12 of the past 16 and played in eight of the last 12 finals with six titles
  • Virginia is the No. 3 seed in this year’s championship. The Cavaliers were the No. 5 seed last year and No. 7 seed two years ago during those title runs


  • VCU (15-9) won its seventh consecutive Atlantic 10 championship and is No. 40 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • This is the third straight year the Rams will play in the Charlottesville regional
  • Last year, the team fell in the first round against Ole Miss. Two years ago, the Rams won their opener against Penn before falling to Virginia in the second round
  • No. 58 Mathis Bondaz earned the A-10 automatic bid to the NCAA Singles Championship while No. 41 Oscar Sansano and German Samofalov earned the doubles AQ
  • Virginia is 18-11 all time against VCU and has won the last nine meetings. The Rams last win against UVA was in 2000
  • Both the Tigers’ men’s and women’s teams will be competing at the Charlottesville Regionals
  • The NCAA Tournament appearance is Princeton’s second in the past three seasons and tenth in program history
  • Princeton (22-7) is ranked No. 32 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • No. 28 Paul Inchaupse was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year and earned an invitation to the NCAA Singles Championship
  • Princeton leads the all time series against UVA 9-5 but have not defeated the Cavaliers since 1987
  • NJIT (19-5) edged top-seeded Incarnate Word 4-3 in the final of the Southland Conference Tournament to earn its first ever NCAA tournament bid
  • This is the first meeting between the Cavaliers and the Highlanders