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Oregon men’s tennis cruises to victory in season opener

Oregon made quick work of Seattle University in their season opener, and played plenty of tennis while doing so. The Ducks defeated the Redhawks 6-1 in a morning match, and then turned around to top them again 7-0 in a second afternoon match. Oregon head coach Nils Schylander scheduled a …

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Men’s tennis looks to open winter season strong against Seattle U

Oregon men’s tennis is looking to make a strong first impression when the winter season opens at home next weekend with matches against Seattle U and UC Santa Barbara. After a rocky end to their fall season, the Ducks are hoping to complete the sweep of Seattle U once again, …

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Oregon ranked 49th in opening ITA rankings

The NCAA released the first ITA collegiate rankings of the 2016 season Tuesday afternoon, and Oregon men’s tennis landed in the 49th spot. The Ducks, who finished fifth in the PAC-12 last year with a 15-9 record, received the fifth best ranking for a PAC-12 team. As was the case …

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Pac-12 players to watch in men’s tennis this year

After a successful fall season in which they performed strongly at several invitational tournaments, the Ducks are now set to kick off their indoor tennis schedule at home on Jan. 16. The winter indoor schedule offers a different format from the fall: Oregon will compete head-to-head against schools in scored …

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Oregon men’s tennis suffers early exit at Kramer Classic

The Oregon men’s tennis team sent just three players to their final tournament of the fall season, the Kramer Classic in Los Angeles, California. All three suffered early losses and were eliminated before the weekend began. “We just didn’t play very well, that’s the bottom line,” Oregon head coach Nils …

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Ducks sweep doubles and singles titles at Easley Memorial Tournament

The University of Oregon men’s tennis team had an outstanding weekend at the Easley Memorial Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada and capped it off by sweeping both the singles and doubles championships on Sunday afternoon. The tournament featured Oregon as well as Boise State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Arizona and …

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ITA Regionals: Maasland reaches semifinals in both singles and doubles tournaments

This past weekend, Oregon senior Daan Maasland made a successful run through the preliminary rounds of the ITA Regionals, a five day event in Seattle, Washington. His great outing finally came to an end in a semifinal loss Sunday afternoon. Maasland, who was ranked 67th in the ITA preseason singles rankings, was ousted by …

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One month after Joey Swaysland’s career ends, he prepares for a new chapter

After almost a month since Joey Swaysland played his last collegiate tennis match, he looks hopeful in moving forward. Set to graduate this coming December, Joey is setting his sights on law school and no longer playing tennis.

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Men’s tennis coach Nils Schyllander adds fourth international player

On April 20, the Oregon’s men’s tennis program announced that Thomas Laurent, a junior player recruit out of Montpellier, France, will be joining the team for the 2015-2016 school year. Out of the 10 total roster spots, four of those spots currently belong to international players. The four international players on …

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Oregon men’s tennis loses in quarterfinal to Cal

The Oregon men’s tennis team’s season ended on Thursday after California won the quarterfinal match 4-3. The senior team of Daniel Sardu and Joey Swaysland took care of Filip Bergevi and Oskar Wikberg of Cal 8-4. Jayson Amos and Cormac Clissold won against Andre Goransson and Oskar Wikberg 8-5. Cal would have …

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Pac-12 Championships: Oregon’s men’s tennis wins against Arizona and moves onto semifinals

Oregon’s men’s tennis took down the Arizona Wildcats for the second time this season with the same result: A 4-1 win. The Ducks will advance on in the Pac-12 Championships to play the fourth-seeded California Golden Bears. In doubles action, the senior team of Daniel Sardu and Joey Swaysland beat …

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For Daniel Sardu, success with Oregon men’s tennis means more than records

The senior Daniel Sardu has put his stamp on the men’s tennis program after setting records in four different areas. Sardu from Sopra, Hungary ranks 10th in singles victories in one season with 22. From 2011 to 2013, Sardu and Aaron Clissold jumped Stewart Bartlett and Mark Evans for most doubles victories with 30 – …

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Oregon men’s tennis defeat Washington 4-1 on senior day

On senior day in Eugene, the Oregon men’s tennis team got the better of its rival in a 4-1 win against Washington. Seniors Daniel Sardu and Joey Swaysland were honored in between doubles and singles matches, and their careers were celebrated as they stepped on the court for one last home …

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Oregon men’s tennis beats Utah, 4-0

On Sunday, the Oregon men’s tennis walked away with a shutout victory against the Utah Utes, 4-0. In doubles, Cormar Clissold and Jayson Amos of Oregon took care of business against Utah’s Parker McGuiness and Jamey Swiggart to give the Ducks their first points in the match. Joey Swaysland and Brent Chin …

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Kevin Farin responds to being dismissed from Oregon men’s tennis

After an on-court altercation, the junior from Belgium was told to not return to the team and has since left the University of Oregon.

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Oregon men’s tennis dismisses Kevin Farin

Junior Kevin Farin was dismissed from the Oregon men’s tennis team “about a week, a week and a half ago,” according to the Oregon Athletic Department. Farin remains on the 2015 roster as of Monday morning. “We want to thank Kevin for all of his contributions to the program,” Oregon …

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Oregon loses to Cal 5-2, remains winless in Pac-12

Only a day after a close defeat against Stanford, the no. 51 Oregon Ducks men’s tennis team suffered a similar fate against no. 33 Cal on Saturday. They lost 5-2 on the outdoor courts of the Student Tennis Center. Daan Maasland and Simon Stevens won the first doubles match 6-3, …

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Oregon men’s tennis narrowly loses to Stanford, 4-3

Joey Swaysland was distraught, his head hanging low. With a 3-3 tie against Stanford, Swaysland had an opportunity to finish off his third set and win the match for the Oregon men’s tennis team. Instead, his opponent David Hsu, put together three strong rallies and came back to win the …

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Oregon men’s tennis blanked by No. 15 UCLA, 7-0

Against UCLA, the Oregon men’s tennis team was outmatched. The No. 51 ranked Ducks fell 7-0 to the No. 15 ranked Bruins in Los Angeles Friday, falling to 11-5 (0-1 Pac-12) this season. UCLA won the first doubles point by way of Joseph Di Gulio and Karue Sell as they …

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Oregon men’s tennis shuts out Pacific to finish non-conference play

The Ducks put on a show Monday with an overpowering 7-0 win over University of Pacific. Oregon ends its non-conference schedule with an 11-4 record and remains unbeaten (8-0) at home. Daniel Sardu and Jayson Amos continued to impress on doubles court three, making quick work of Alex Hamilton and …

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Oregon men’s tennis ends weekend in Idaho with 4-2 win over Boise State

The No. 71 Oregon Ducks wrapped up a weekend in Idaho with a win over No. 74 Boise State on Sunday at the Appleton Tennis Center in Boise, 4-2. The Ducks swept Utah State and earned their second neutral site win of the year on Saturday, 4-0. Sunday’s win brings …

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Oregon men’s tennis beats Utah State 4-0

In Oregon’s second neutral game of the season, they beat Utah State 4-0 in Boise, Idaho. Oregon won the doubles point when the No. 3 pair of Daniel Sardu and Jayson Amos beat the Aggies’ Jack Swindells and Jaime Barajas, 6-4. Then Kevin Farin and Simon Stevens clinched the point …

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Oregon men’s tennis topped by Pepperdine, 4-3

No. 43 Oregon came within a single point of clinching the match against No. 53 Pepperdine (3-0) on Saturday, but the Waves came back and won four singles matches in a row to take down the Ducks 4-3. Oregon’s Cormac Clissold and Daan Maasland, in their first doubles match of the …

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No. 45 Oregon men’s tennis wins second straight

No. 45 Oregon men’s tennis pummeled No. 65 Santa Clara on Sunday at the Student Tennis Center 6-1. The Ducks turned their two-stroke losing streak around with two important victories on the weekend. The win is Oregon’s second straight following its 7-0 rout of No. 66 Nebraska to begin its …

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Oregon men’s tennis posts clean sweep of Nebraska, 7-0

Coming off of two road losses and a bye week, the Oregon men’s tennis team returned to action at the Student Tennis Center on Friday and swiftly knocked out visiting Nebraska, 7-0. The Ducks maintain a perfect 6-0 record at home on the season with the victory. Oregon is now …

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Oregon men’s and women’s tennis adds live streaming of matches

On Friday, Jan. 30, the University of Oregon men’s tennis team celebrated a sweep against Nevada at home in Eugene, 7-0. The day was also marked by another positive event for Oregon tennis: It was the first time varsity tennis matches were streamed live online. “Live streaming has been extremely exciting and a great …

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Oregon men's tennis drops second straight at hands of No. 43 Louisville

The No. 44 ranked Oregon men’s tennis team dropped its second straight to No. 43 Louisville 4-2 in a nail-biter at Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in Louisville, KY on Sunday morning. The Ducks went winless this weekend after coming up empty in their match on Friday against No. 49 Indiana by …

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Oregon men's tennis falls 4-2 to Indiana

The original match start-time was scheduled for 11 a.m., but it was moved back to 3 p.m. for reasons unannounced. The Hoosiers earned the doubles point after swift work from Kevin Farin and Jayson Amos, Daan Maasland and Daniel Sardu, and the work of Daniel Bednarczyk and Sam Monette, and Chris …

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