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Oregon men's tennis sends group to EWU Fall Classic

The Oregon men’s tennis team kicked off the 2011 fall season over the weekend at the EWU Fall Classic in Cheney, Wash.

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Pac-10 Championships on tap for Oregon tennis

Heading into the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, six men and two women from their respective Oregon tennis squads have differing expectations for the singles and doubles tournaments that will commence today in Ojai, Calif. The tournaments are composed of four different brackets; there is a singles championship draw and singles invitational, …

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No. 22 Huskies prove too much to handle for Ducks tennis

The Oregon men’s tennis team saw its final home match of the regular season end in a 5-2 loss against the Washington Huskies on Saturday. Despite a strong start on Senior Day, the Ducks took only the No. 6 singles match when junior Sho Higuchi defeated Max Manthou 6-3, 4-6, …

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Men’s tennis suffers weekend sweep against California foes

Last weekend, Oregon men’s tennis wrapped up a brutal stretch in Pacific-10 Conference play. One weekend after falling on the road to No. 2 USC and No. 14 UCLA, the team returned to Eugene to host No. 10 California (Friday) and No. 9 Stanford (Saturday). Despite many close matches, the …

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Oregon falls to Denver in first loss of season

The Oregon men’s tennis team suffered its first loss of the season on Sunday, falling 5-2 to No. 40 Denver. Denver won four out of the six singles matches and took the doubles point from Oregon (6-1). Although the 5-2 margin of victory was fairly lopsided, many of the matches …

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Izquierdo, Faynot help men's tennis remain undefeated

The Oregon men’s tennis team remained undefeated over the weekend with impressive wins over Idaho and Weber State. Playing at a slightly unusual start time of 1 p.m. on Friday, the Ducks fell behind early, losing the doubles point by a score of 2-1 to Idaho. Freshmen Alex Rovello and …

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Men's tennis begins dual-meet season in Washington

Oregon men’s tennis begins its 2011 dual-meet season with a pair of contests in Washington state. The Ducks take on Eastern Washington at 4 p.m. Saturday, followed by a match against Gonzaga at 11 a.m. Sunday. Oregon beat the Eagles, 7-0, and the Bulldogs, 5-2, in matches last season. Both …

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Men, women struggle at Pac-10 tournament

As the Pacific-10 Conference tournament nears its end, neither the men nor the women have any players left on the board. On the men’s side, senior Alexander Cornelissen won his first two matches en route to the championship draw quarterfinals, but he fell to No. 1-seeded Robert Farah of USC …

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The season’s last stand

Shawn Hatjes This weekend’s Pacific-10 Conference Championships, which begin on Thursday, will also serve as the final tournaments of the season for both the men and women’s tennis teams.For the men, it is a bittersweet ending to a season that was filled with promise. The Ducks fell just short of …

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Women, men split weekend matches

As the regular season begins to wind down, it was another hit-or-miss weekend for the men’s and women’s tennis teams. The women (7-13, 1-5) lost 5-2 at the hands of Washington on Friday, but bounced back the next day for a 4-3 victory over Washington State. The men (12-7, 0-4), …

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Stopping a skid: Women end losing streak

Jack Hunter When it comes to Oregon tennis, this season has been a tale of two teams. While the men (11-6, 0-3) have met expectations for the most part, the women (6-12, 0-4) suffered an 11-match losing streak before finally defeating Montana State on March 27. “It just to the …

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Nebraska, Arizona schools hammer Ducks

It was another rough weekend for the men’s and women’s tennis teams, as they went winless in three total matches. The men played once over the weekend, traveling to Provo, Utah, for a neutral-site match against No. 36 Nebraska on Friday. Though the match began on a positive note with …

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Men lose to UW, beat Nevada; women swept

Shawn Hatjes It was a rough weekend for Oregon tennis, as the men and women lost four of their five combined matches. The men (10-3) defeated Nevada 5-2 on Sunday, but lost to No. 23 Washington on Friday by a score of 5-2. The women (5-7), meanwhile, lost all three …

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Men sweep weekend, women split at UNM

Another busy weekend for the men’s and women’s tennis teams was largely successful, as the two teams combined to win four of their five dual matches. The only loss came for the women in Albuquerque, N. M., on Saturday against Colorado.It was an unfortunate blemish on an otherwise positive trip …

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Women split weekend, men sweep three matches

Shawn Hatjes In a unique home weekend for both the men’s and women’s tennis teams, the results were somewhat mixed. The men defeated Idaho and Portland State by scores of 5-2 and 7-0 respectively, while the women lost 4-3 in a closely contested match with Sacramento State.The three weekend victories …

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Ducks squeak by Pilots in Portland

Another encouraging chapter was added to a promising men’s tennis season on Saturday, as the team defeated Portland 4-3 Saturday. The Ducks are now 2-1 in the early part of dual match season, their only loss coming to then-No. 22 Boise State. The day got off to a nice start …

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It’s all about chemistry

Shawn Hatjes If there is one thing that sums up the men’s tennis team in a nutshell, it is the way it welcomed a brand new transfer student. Freshman Aaron Clissold arrived in Oregon just about two weeks ago, and he already feels perfectly at ease. “Everyone on the team …

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Senior leadership raises expectations

The Oregon men’s tennis team finally has the nucleus that has been missing in years past: senior leadership. With three four-year seniors in Alex Cornelissen, Marcos Verdasco and Ric Mortera, expectations are high for the team. “This is the first year that it’s been all my guys since I took …

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