Earlham picked up all nine first-place votes and was picked to win the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's tennis title in voting by league coaches.

The Quakers received the maximum of 81 points. Transylvania placed second in the poll with 72 points and was followed by Rose-Hulman (59), Franklin (54 ), Hanover (44), Manchester (31), Defiance (26), Anderson (21) and Mount St. Joseph (17).

Hanover had four players singled out by the conference as players to watch: Senior Jordan Myers, junior Brian Clark and sophomores Reid Clark and Andy Nice.