The 2014 NCAC Men's Tennis Championships concluded on Sunday afternoon at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. The Kenyon men captured their eighth-straight NCAC championship after defeating DePauw, 5-3, in the championship match. As league champions, the Lords will receive the league's automatic bid into the 2014 NCAA Men's Tennis Tournament.
The Lords (3-0, 18-7) cruised past Ohio Wesleyan (0-4, 7-19) in the quarterfinals on Friday, and advanced to the championship match with a 6-1 triumph over Allegheny (2-1, 15-7) on Saturday. DePauw (4-0, 15-7) paved its path to the men's championship match with a 5-0 victory over Wabash (1-3, 12-16) in the quarterfinals and a 5-4 triumph over Denison (3-1, 14-7) in the semifinals.
Sunday's men's action also included Denison takind down Allegheny, 5-3, in the third-place match, while Oberlin and Wabash shared fifth-place in the final conference standings after defeating Ohio Wesleyan and Wittenberg, respectively, in consolation matches on Saturday. OWU and Wittenberg will share seventh-place in the final men's tennis standings.