kept track of of who won by division, gender, and level and tallied up points based on the semi-finalists and how they finished.
Southern easily won the 18 & over division more than doubling up the second place Pacific Northwest section. And they did it in both men and women with two titles each. Caribbean, Texas, Intermountain, and NorCal also did well.
In 40 & over, Florida accumulated the most points with three titles, with Middle States and Pacific Northwest a few points back. Southern, Southwest, and Texas also did well.
The 55 & over division found Southern Cal running away with the points title nearly tripling Florida and Southern due to their four titles.
Putting it all together, the three leaders in each division also had the highest totals, Southern well ahead of Southern Cal and Florida very close. Pacific Northwest and Texas complete the top-5 just a bit back.
The USTA uses the results of Nationals to try to normalize ratings between levels, so it is often the case that players from sections that do well get bumped up more than those that didn't. So this may be an early warning that Southern, Florida, and Southern Cal may see a lot of bumps up this year.