The sixty-four teams in each of the men's and women's divisions were announced, as well as the sites for the Regionals next weekend. Aside from the fact that the Illinois men's team was prohibited from hosting due to a recent NCAA ruling on their Native American mascot (details here), there isn't much controversy here. For the women's teams receiving bids, click here; for the men's selections here.
The 64 individual players and 32 doubles teams selected to compete for national titles at Stanford--Women here and Men here--also don't seem to contain any glaring omissions. But I do find it curious that last year's NCAA men's doubles champions, John Isner and Antonio Ruiz of Georgia, aren't seeded. Nor are the runnersup Mark Growcott and Ken Skupski of LSU. Isner is the second seed in singles, and has not only won the NCAA doubles title in 2005, he won it with a different partner in 2004. [UPDATE 5/8: I've been corrected by two readers (see comments). Isner and Bo Hodge were finalists in 2004.] I'd love to hear the argument for denying him seeding this year. Anybody want to take a stab at that one?
Many individual news stories from the college tennis programs participating in the NCAAs can be found at cstv.com.