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Oregon women's tennis recruiting class ranked No. 15

The Oregon women’s tennis team’s 2015 recruiting class received the No. 15 ranking by Tennisrecruiting.net on Monday. This marks the first time that the program has appeared in the site’s recruiting class rankings. Placement of each team took into account input from junior tennis experts from around the country. Recruiting classes were based …

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Oregon women’s tennis falls to Minnesota in home opener, 4-3

The Oregon women’s tennis team started the morning out with a strong doubles win, but slips in singles play led to the Ducks’ (1-1) loss to the No. 72 Minnesota Golden Gophers (3-2) at the Student Tennis Center on Saturday. The No. 1 doubles team of Alyssa Tobita and Nia Rose …

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Oregon women's tennis team beat UNLV 6-1 in dual opener

In its first dual meet of the season, the Oregon women’s tennis team traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada to play the UNLV Lady Rebels. The Ducks dominated the Lady Rebels with a 6-1 win at the Fertitta Tennis Complex, an improvement over their 4-1 loss to them last season. Three …

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Oregon women's tennis season preview

Last year, the Oregon women’s tennis team ended the season with a disappointing 7-15 record (1-9 in the Pac-12 Conference), but with a new coach and promising performances in the fall, this year the Ducks’ future looks brighter. The coaching change is one of the biggest differences between this year …

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Oregon women’s tennis excels at Bulldog Classic, finish tournament 21-8

This Halloween weekend, the Oregon women’s tennis team headed down to Fresno, California for the Bulldog Classic to participate in its last tournament of the fall. The Ducks ended the meet 20-8 overall and were 10-3 the first day and 11-5 during the second day. The typically three-day competition was …

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Oregon women’s tennis: Freshmen go undeafeted in WSU Invitational, win No. 1 doubles divison

In the first team event of the fall, the Oregon women’s tennis team headed to Pullman, Washington for the Washington State University Invitational. The tournament took place from Friday, Oct. 3 to Sunday, Oct. 5. Although the team suffered a few losses during the first day of single play, Sofia …

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Tennis twins have connection on and off the court

In the game of tennis, a connection with your doubles partner is key. For Oregon women’s tennis players Allie and Kadie Hueffner, they’ve had a connection since birth. The Hueffner twins, who graduated from Lincoln High School in Portland, have been playing tennis together since they were 7. The pair picked …

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UO women’s tennis team has its work cut out for it this season

Members of the Oregon women’s tennis team will once again have their work cut out for them this season. The Pac-12 is, after all, one of the stronger conferences in the country. The Ducks finished last year with a 13-10 overall record, but struggled in conference play finishing 1-9. Stanford …

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Oregon tennis battles in ITA All-Americans

Robin Cambier and Jeff Mullen make a good team. Like, best-in-school-history good.

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Oregon sports roundup: What you missed over break

While most students were relaxing, Oregon’s athletes were as busy as ever during Spring Break.

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Men's, women's tennis each pick up wins at home over weekend

Both squads used a weekend in Eugene to bolster their already strong regular season records.

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Women’s tennis splits weekend matches with No. 2 Stanford, Portland State

The Ducks were overmatched against the Cardinal, but rebounded with a dominant win over Portland State.

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Oregon Men’s, women’s tennis open season with wins

Oregon’s men’s and women’s tennis team both won their season-opening matches on Friday.

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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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Women's tennis travels, prepares for season

The Oregon women’s tennis team kicks off the official dual season in a week, and will begin preparations with a pair of tournaments this weekend. The Ducks will send athletes to the Doug Freeman Memorial in Las Vegas, Nev., as well as the John and Phil’s Toyota Championship in Albany, …

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Ducks unable to move up at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

The No. 25 Oregon Ducks stagnated during the second round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, finishing the day with a collective 1-over-par 289 at Boulder Creek Golf Club. Oregon, at 12-over 588 for the tournament, is tied with tournament host UNLV in ninth place, two strokes back of Missouri …

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Women’s tennis makes formidable run at rainy Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals

Frequent rain showers in Stanford, Calif. kept the women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals from gaining any solid traction over the weekend. The Oregon women’s tennis team frequently saw its matches delayed, but still managed some impressive wins on Friday and Saturday. In doubles play, senior Pavlina Smatova and sophomore Patricia …

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Women's tennis makes formidable run at rainy Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals

Frequent rain showers in Stanford, Calif. kept the women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals from gaining any solid traction over the weekend. The Oregon women’s tennis team frequently saw its matches delayed, but still managed some impressive wins on Friday and Saturday. In doubles play, senior Pavlina Smatova and sophomore Patricia …

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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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Oregon loses to Stanford, finishes season with one conference win

The Oregon women’s tennis team was swept by the No. 11 Stanford Cardinal, 7-0, to close Pacific-10 Conference play with a 7-15 record (1-7 Pac-10). Stanford is 17-1 overall (6-0 Pac-10) with two more matches remaining in its season. The Cardinal won all three doubles matches to secure the doubles …

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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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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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Pilots, Eagles, Vikings fall victim to all-conquering Ducks

Shawn Hatjes In the week of practice leading up to this weekend, the excitement was palpable amongst the women’s tennis players. Judging by the smiles on their faces on Sunday, the opening of dual match season proved to be a success, as the Ducks defeated Portland 6-1 on Friday and …

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Weather or not, here they come

Shawn Hatjes It’s 40 degrees and raining outside. About time to dust off that racket and go play some tennis, right? That is exactly what the women’s tennis team will be doing this weekend as it travels to tournaments in Las Vegas and Corvallis. The tournaments will kick off the …

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Ducks starting out strong

If you were to compare the Oregon women’s tennis rosters from this season and last season, you would notice very few similarities.   The Ducks return only three players from last season and welcome in five new faces.  Juniors Pavlina Smatova and Siobhan Cavan and sophomore Trudie du Toit round …

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