2004 America East Championship
The 2004 America East Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championship will be held at The Connecticut Tennis Center in New Haven, Conn. The three-day event will be held Firday, April 30 through Sunday, May 2.

America East member institutions—University at Albany (women only), Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University and Vermont—will compete at the 2004 Tennis Championships.

Boston University has dominated women’s tennis winning each of the 13 championships it has entered. Vermont won the championship in 1993 when Boston University did not compete due to its commitment to the Rolex Championship. Last spring Binghamton won its first men’s championship since joining the conference in 2001.

Both the men’s and women’s championship formats consist of three doubles matches and six singles matches. Doubles matches are played first using eight-game pro sets with a 12-point tie-break at eight games all. The team that wins two or more of the three doubles matches receives one point in the team scoring. The doubles matches are followed by the singles matches using a best two-of-three sets format. Each singles match is worth one point. A minimum of four points is required to win the team match.

America East Women's Tennis Championship
April 30-May 2, Connecticut Tennis Center, New Haven, Conn.
Friday, April 30

Match 1 – #1 Boston University vs. #8 Albany, 9 a.m.
Match 2 – #2 UMBC vs. #7 Hartford, 9 a.m.
Match 3 – #3 Stony Brook vs. #6 Vermont, 12 noon
Match 4 – #4 New Hampshire vs. #5 Binghamton, 12 noon
Saturday, May 1
Match 5 – #8 Albany vs. #4 New Hampshire, 9 a.m.
Match 6 – #7 Hartford vs. #6 Vermont, 9 a.m.
Match 7 – #1 Boston U. vs. #5 Binghamton, 12 noon
Match 8 – #2 UMBC vs. #3 Stony Brook, 12 noon
Match 9 – Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Seventh Place), 3 p.m.
Match 10 – Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Fifth Place), 3 p.m.
Sunday, May 2
Match 11 – Loser Match 7 vs. Loser Match 8, 9 a.m. (Third Place)
Match 12 – Winner Match 7 vs. Winner Match 8 (Championship), 12 noon

America East Men's Tennis Championship
April 30-May 2, Connecticut Tennis Center, New Haven, Conn.
Friday, April 30

Match 1 – #2 UMBC vs. #7 New Hampshire, 9 a.m.
Match 2 – #4 Boston U. vs. #5 Hartford, 9 a.m.
Match 3 – #3 Binghamton vs. #6 Vermont, 12 noon
Saturday, May 1
Match 4 – #6 Vermont vs. #7 New Hampshire, 9 a.m.
Match 5 – #1 Stony Brook vs. #4 Boston U., 12 noon
Match 6 – #2 UMBC vs. #5 Binghamton, 12 noon
Match 7 – #7 Hartford vs. Winner Match 4 (Fifth Place), 3 p.m.
Sunday, May 2
Match 8 – Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Third Place), 9 a.m.
Match 9 – Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Championship), 12 noon