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Oregon’s season ends with loss to Texas A&M in regional final

On Saturday afternoon, the Ducks’ season came to an end as they lost to No. 12 Texas A&M 4-0 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The loss ends a 2017 season that saw the Ducks (19-7) advance to the regional final for the second year in a row. …

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Ducks tennis defeats Memphis, advance to regional final

For the second time in as many seasons, the Ducks earned an NCAA Tournament win, topping Memphis 4-2. Oregon will face Texas A&M on Saturday in the College Station Regional final, with the winner advancing to Georgia for the Sweet 16. No. 24 Oregon (19-6) started off its tournament run on …

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Ducks look to make historic run in NCAA Tournament Friday

The Ducks made history during the 2016 season when they beat No. 23 Tulsa in the first round for the first ever tournament win in program history. The 2017 Ducks, however, have their sights set to Georgia and beyond as they are set to begin the NCAA Tournament on Friday …

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Ducks eliminated from Pac-12 Championships after loss to Stanford

Oregon came into the Pac-12 Championships looking to punctuate their regular season performance. Instead, the Ducks will leave Ojai, California, after an early exit. On Thursday afternoon, the No. 4-seeded Ducks fell to No. 5 Stanford 4-2 in the quarterfinals after earning a first-round bye. Similar to their match on April 16 — …

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Ducks look to make some noise in upcoming Pac-12 Championships

With the Pac-12 Championships right around the corner, the Ducks still had one match left in their record-setting regular season — Washington. Because Oregon State doesn’t sponsor a tennis program, the Huskies are Oregon’s top rival in the Pacific Northwest. After waiting through an 80-minute rain delay to begin action, the Ducks went …

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Oregon upsets No. 15 Stanford 4-3

Oregon sophomore Ethan Young-Smith hasn’t been a consistent presence for the Ducks on the court this season. The last time he played was March 17 against Iowa. But he stepped up on Sunday afternoon against No. 15 Stanford to relieve teammate Simon Stevens due to injury. Despite being thrown into …

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Oregon men’s tennis drops 4-3 nail-biter to No. 15 Cal

In a match that came down to the wire, Oregon (16-5, 2-3) was edged out 4-3 by No. 15 Cal in the Ducks’ first home match of Pac-12 play on Friday afternoon. Tied 3-3, the match came down to a battle of the No. 1 singles court between Oregon’s Thomas …

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Amos makes history in Ducks’ 4-1 victory at Arizona

Jayson Amos now stands alone. The senior earned his 91st career singles win — good for the most in program history — in the Ducks’ 4-1 victory at Arizona on Sunday. The win was a big one for the Ducks. They cap their road conference schedule with a 2-2 record. Their …

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Ducks defeat Utah 4-0 for first Pac-12 win

The Ducks are in the Pac-12 win column. After dropping their first two conference matches, the No. 25 Ducks (15-4) swept Utah 4-0 to earn their first Pac-12 win. Unlike their losses at No. 5 USC and No. 10 UCLA, the Ducks claimed the doubles point to jump out to the …

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Jayson Amos set to break Robin Cambier’s record for most singles wins in Oregon history

When former Duck Robin Cambier broke the record for most singles wins in Oregon men’s tennis history in 2014, he was already thinking about which of his successors might top his mark one day. “When I got recognized, I said that I hoped one of my teammates would get the record,” said Cambier. …

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Pac-12 preview: Oregon men’s tennis will find out what they’re made of

The Oregon men’s tennis team is a confident group right now. They should be. The team wrapped up its nonconference schedule winning the San Diego Invite to improve to 14-2 in 2017. After starting the season outside the ITA rankings, the Ducks now find themselves No. 24 in the nation. The Ducks …

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Ducks open Pac-12 play with loss to No. 5 USC

The Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off conference play with a 5-0 loss against the No. 5-ranked USC Trojans. Oregon came into the Pac-12 opener winning the doubles point in 13 of 16 nonconference matches. The same success didn’t carry over against USC. The Ducks dropped the doubles point to …

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Amos closes in on history as Ducks top Tulane to win San Diego Invite

The Oregon men’s tennis team ended its nonconference schedule on a high note, winning the championship match of the San Diego invite over Tulane on Saturday. The Ducks (14-2) won their third match in as many days, after topping San Diego State and Iowa to advance to the championship. Fittingly …

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Laurent breaks Oregon record with 16th consecutive win to help Ducks beat UCSB

Thomas Laurent stands alone. The sophomore won his 16th consecutive singles match  — a new Oregon record — to help the Ducks (11-2) come back to defeat UC-Santa Barbara 4-3 in their first outdoor match of the 2017 season on Sunday. Though all eyes were on the No. 36-ranked Laurent’s quest …

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Thomas Laurent can break Oregon history with 16th consecutive win on Sunday

There is the old adage that “records are meant to be broken.” Thomas Laurent hopes for that to be the case when he aims for history on Sunday. Laurent is currently in a three-way tie for first place in Oregon history with 15 consecutive wins. With a win on Sunday in No. …

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Laurent ties UO record, Oregon men’s tennis sweeps Drake

In a battle of two ranked teams, No. 23 Oregon flexed its muscles against No. 45 Drake on Sunday afternoon at the Student Tennis Center. “I thought we played really, really well,” head coach Nils Schyllander said. “We came out very aggressive and didn’t leave anything out there.” Oregon (10-2) …

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Ducks sweep BYU to improve to 9-2 on the season

Oregon got back in the win column with a convincing 7-0 sweep of BYU on Friday night at the Student Tennis Center. “It was great to be back on the court,” said head coach Nils Schyllander. “It feels really good to get back out on Friday night and play and …

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Oregon’s five-game win streak snapped by Minnesota

Oregon’s five-match winning streak came to an end Sunday with a 5-2 loss to Minnesota (9-1). Oregon (8-2) grabbed the doubles point, but the Ducks lost on five of six singles courts. Felix Corwin defeated Oregon’s Simon Stevens 6-0, 6-3 on court No.2 to give Minnesota got its first point. …

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Oregon men’s tennis defeats Middle Tennessee State for fifth straight victory

Oregon men’s tennis is on a roll. After winning three matches in as many days last week, the Ducks hit the road and defeated Middle Tennessee State 4-0 to improve to 8-1 on the season. Playing at the Baseline Tennis Center at the University of Minnesota, the Ducks took the …

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Oregon men’s tennis tops Iowa, moves to 7-1 on the season

Three days. Three matches. Three wins. Playing in their third match in as many days, the Oregon men’s tennis team defeated Iowa 5-2, improving to an impressive 7-1 on the 2017 season. “I think it was a good performance this weekend,” said Simon Stevens. “It’s never easy to play three …

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Oregon men’s tennis sweeps Nebraska, improves to 6-1 on the season

The Oregon men’s tennis team knew this week would challenge them, with three matches on the schedule in as many days. So far, it’s two matches and two wins. A day after defeating Fresno State 4-0 for Nils Schyllander’s 200th career win, the Ducks swept Nebraska 7-0 in a dominant effort …

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Oregon beats Fresno State 4-0 for Schyllander’s 200th win

In his 11th year with Oregon men’s tennis, head coach Nils Schyllander has won his 200th career match. In the first match of a three in as many days, the Ducks downed Fresno State in a “clinch-clinch” format in singles after sweeping the three doubles matches. With the clinch format, …

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Oregon men’s tennis rolls past Cal Poly to improve to 4-1 on the season

The 2017 season is just getting started, but the Oregon men’s tennis team is wasting no time in performing at a high level. On Saturday afternoon at the Student Tennis Center, the Ducks took care of business, defeating Cal Poly, 4-0. In the first of four consecutive matches to be …

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Oregon men’s tennis falls short in Austin Regional, loses 4-2 to No. 9 Texas

The Oregon men’s tennis team headed into Sunday with a chance to put a punctuation mark on its strong start to the 2017 season. Instead, the Ducks will have to settle with a weekend split after falling to No. 9 Texas, 4-2. The loss especially hurts for Oregon (3-1), as a …

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Oregon defeats Rice 4-2 to advance to ITA regional final

Oregon men’s tennis moved to 3-0 to start the spring season with a 4-2 victory over Rice (4-2) in Austin, Texas. The Ducks will advance to the finals of the Austin regional at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Oregon lost the doubles point for the second straight match. Simon Stevens and Akihiro …

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Oregon defeats Utah State 4-3 for doubleheader sweep

A 2-0 start to the season was on the line. Oregon’s Jayson Amos was on court No. 3 with the dual tied at 3-3. He lost the first set 6-4 but fought in the second to take it 7-5. The third set started tied at 2, but Amos pulled away and …

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