the 2009 NCAA Division II Mens and Womens Tennis
Championships official tournament page. Rollins College
and the Central Florida Sports Commission are proud to
once again host this prestigious event at Sanlando Park
in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
This year marks the fifth time in the past seven years
that Rollins and the Central Florida Sports Commission
have teamed to host the NCAA Division II National Tennis
Championships. The last time the event was held in
Central Florida was 2007 with Lynn University defeating
Valdosta State to claim the mens title and BYU-Hawaii
downing West Florida to win on the womens side.
The 2008 championship was held in Houston, Texas as part
of the Division II Spring Sports Festival. Armstrong
Atlantic took both mens and womens trophies home to
Savannah, Georgia as the men defeated Barry 5-0 and the
Lady Pirates downed Lynn 5-1.
The 2009 tournament will run Wednesday, May 13 through
Saturday, May 16. Live stats, recaps and complete
information can be found on the
Mens Tournament and
Womens Tournament links
to the right. Visitors information can also accessed
through this site.
Sanlando Park is located off Douglas Avenue at the end
of West Highland Street in the City of Altamonte
Springs. This is a 40 acre park that offers passive and
active recreation opportunities. There is picnicking, a
playground, and pavilions for passive recreation
seekers. And there is tennis, racquetball, wallyball,
basketball, sand volleyball, and jogging/walking
exercise trails for those looking for active recreation.
Rollins and the CFSC are happy to host your teams,
families and fans in vibrant Central Florida. If you
have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate
to contact us.