The Tribe sits at 16-8 on the season, following a come-from-behind 4-3 win over Old Dominion on Saturday. W&M enters the CAA Championship having won 14 of its last 17 matches.
UNCW, who is ranked No. 45 nationally, is the top seed in the CAA Championship and will receive a first-round bye. The College of Charleston is the No. 2 seed in the event followed by W&M, James Madison, Drexel, Hofstra and Delaware. CofC will face Delaware in the second CAA Quarterfinal at 9 a.m. on Friday, before James Madison and Hofstra meet at noon.
Parking on Friday will be available at no charge in the large parking lot across the street from William and Mary Hall. Lots adjacent to William and Mary Hall are reserved, and cars without passes will be ticketed. There will be signs posted directing spectators to the correct lot. Campus parking is not restricted after 5 PM on Friday through the weekend.
The CAA Semifinals are set for 10 a.m. on Saturday with the winner of the JMU and Drexel match facing UNCW, while the other two winners will also square off a 10 a.m. The CAA Championship match is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Sunday, April 20.
Both the quarterfinals and semifinals of the CAA Championship will be played at the Millie West Tennis Facility, located on Brooks Street behind William and Mary Hall, and the Caf Courts, located on Ukrop Way adjacent to the Commons Dinning Hall. The entirety of the championship match will be played at the Millie West Tennis Facility. In the case of inclement weather, matches could be moved indoors to the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center.
Match #2 - Men’s Quarterfinal – #2 CofC vs. #7 Delaware
Saturday, April 19
Match #9 - Men’s Semifinal - Match #1 winner vs. Match #2 winner
Sunday, April 20